Educate clinicians and patients on the link between immunizations and chronic disease management. ... Look into partnering with existing organizations and campaigns to help increase immunization rates.
ACP launches new services for quality improvement | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
The ACP Advance chronic care QI programs and resources span various clinical conditions and focus areas including adult immunization, atrial fibrillation, chronic pain and safe opioid prescribing, and diabetes.
3%; P=.0001). The National Vaccine Advisory Committee, a group that advises the various federal agencies involved in vaccines and immunizations, arrived at even bleaker figures in 2009, reported the April ... ACP's tools for its Adult Immunization
Editor's note: Val Jones, MD, guest authored this post, which originally appeared on her blog, Better Health . Over 10,000 Americans (mos...
We need no longer worry that our children may succumb to polio in the spring, because of immunization. ... We are so familiar with the stunning advantages of living in a world protected by immunization, that we take them entirely for granted.
Each year, rates have barely increased, showing how crucial it is for physicians to focus on immunizations. ... ACP is excited to promote the development of physician immunization advocates around the U.S.
We don't have the same commitment to a comprehensive adult immunization program. ... Beyond that, both patients and providers, including internists I'm afraid, can use more education and familiarity with adult immunizations and the adult immunization
Hints for preventive care in inflammatory bowel disease | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
That mnemonic, which stands for Immunizations, Bones, Dysplasia and Depression, Hepatobiliary, Infections, Nutrition, Tobacco, and Skin cancer, can help clinicians remember what to look for when they see a patient with
Vaccination levels for most recommended vaccines were above 90% of national immunization goals in 2009, reported the CDC's National Immunization Survey. ... But, researchers wrote, high immunization rates aren't the same as high confidence in the vaccines
Family Physician: So you are hiring a homeopath? Internist: No, they wouldn't set foot in our office because of the "evil" immunizations we use.