Save the Date: The AMR Challenge Year Launches Next Week

U.S. Leads Yearlong Effort to Combat Antibiotic Resistance

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UNGA ARX Five Commitment Areas Instagram Next week the U.S. will announce The AMR Challenge, and you can watch HHS Secretary Alex Azar launch the Challenge at the kick-off event. The AMR Challenge is an ambitious global initiative to combat the growing threat of antibiotic resistance (AR or AMR). The AMR Challenge encourages global leaders to make formal commitments in at least one of five key action areas to further progress against antibiotic resistance. The first commitments will be revealed next week.

The AMR Challenge will begin at a side event at the 2018 United Nations General Assembly on September 25. The AMR Challenge is led by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and builds on national momentum to combat antibiotic resistance.

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Reminder: Closing the Gap between Urban and Rural HPV Vaccination Rates – September 18

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Release Note (9/12/2018)

Existing CVX code has been updated:

  • CVX 146 (DTaP,IPV,Hib,HepB) has had a status update from Pending to Inactive. To our knowledge this vaccine is not being developed for use in the United States.

New NDCs have been added to the crosswalk, Unit of Use, Unit of Sale and Linker value sets. The NDC pairs listed below are sequenced as “Unit of Use/Unit of Sale”:

  • 66019-305-01/66019-305-10 for FluMist Quadrivalent (2018-2019 flu season) by MedImmune (CVX 149)
  • 70461-318-04/70461-318-03 for Flucelvax Quadrivalent (2018-2019 flu season) by Seqirus (CVX 171)
  • 70461-418-11/70461-418-10 for Flucelvax Quadrivalent (2018-2019 flu season) by Seqirus (CVX 186)

The NDCs 50090-3469-9/50090-3469-0 for HEPLISAV-B by A-S Medication Solutions (CVX 189) were announced with the last release but were not fully published. This release includes these NDCs.

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Current Issues in Immunization Webinar – 2018 Recommendations for DTaP/Tdap and Hepatitis Vaccines

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