CDC Hepatitis B Coordinators List Update-9/30/2012

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You are subscribed to CDC’s Immunizations’ Hepatitis B Coordinators email subscription service. This email is to inform you that the contact information for the state of Oregon has been updated and is now available.

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CDC Vaccine Price List Update-September 30, 2013

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CDC ACIP: Home Page Update

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CDC Immunization Works! Newsletter September Issue

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New CDC Code Set — IIS CVX-VIS mapping table

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http://www2a.cdc.gov/vaccines/iis/iisstandards/vaccines.asp?rpt=cvxvis

The CDC develops and maintains CVX codes, generic codes for vaccines, and codes for Vaccine Information Statements (VIS). This CVX-VIS mapping table shows the relationship between the vaccine’s CVX codes and the VIS codes. This table is intended as a guide, the decision of which VIS to give for a vaccine is determined by the immunization provider. For additional information see the CVX tables and the VIS Lookup table.

Questions regarding this table should be directed to the IIS Technical Assistance Team (or use mailing address).

CDC Vaccine Information Statements Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) email subscription service. A “Provider Information” document to supplement the 2013-14 influenza VISs has been posted and is now available. This document summarizes information from the current ACIP influenza recommendations, and is intended as a quick reference for providers to use when discussing influenza vaccine with their patients, or answering patients’ questions. It provides detailed information on topics dealt with more superficially on the influenza VISs themselves.

CDC What Vaccines Do You Need? (interactive quiz) Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s What Vaccines Do You Need? (interactive quiz) email subscription service. The quiz has recently been updated and is now available.

Dear Subscribers,

The new and improved Adolescent and Adult Quiz is now live! Thank you for your continued efforts in supporting and working to promote adult and adolescent immunizations. It is important to keep in mind that adults and adolescents also need vaccines. Many adults are not aware of this and vaccination rates among adults are especially low. Vaccines may be recommended for adults based on their age, lifestyle, or health condition that could put adults at higher risk for severe complications due to vaccine preventable diseases. You may access the quiz at: http://www2a.cdc.gov/nip/adultimmsched/

The Adolescent and Adult Immunization Quiz has been updated to make it easier for the public to determine which vaccines they might need.

Some highlights include:

  • Updated with latest vaccine recommendations
  • Revised questions related to the patients’ health and lifestyle that may impact their vaccine needs
  • The patient is able to print their list of suggested recommended vaccines and take to their healthcare provider to discuss which vaccines they should get

If there are questions or you need more information about the quiz, contact CDC-INFO in English or Spanish at 1-800-CDC-INFO or 1-800-232-4636 or email at cdcinfo.