CDC ACIP: Registration for June 2014 Meeting

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The next ACIP meeting is June 25-26, 2014. Registration is now open, although registration is not required to watch the meeting via webcast.

Additional information is now available.

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CDC Immunization Netconference: Registration Closed

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Registration is closed for the next Current Issues in Immunization Netconference on the 2014 childhood and adult immunization recommendations and on adult immunization practice standards. Netconference capacity has been reached.

To access the recast after the March 12 event, see Current Issues in Immunization Netconference (CIINC).

CDC’s “You Call The Shots” Update

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You are subscribed to CDC’s “You Call The Shots” email subscription service. The flu module has recently been updated and is now available.

CDC Netconferences: Immunization-related Update

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Registration is now open for the next Current Issues Netconference, which will focus on the 2014 childhood and adult immunization recommendations and on adult immunization practice standards.

For more information and to register for the March 12 netconference, see Current Issues in Immunization Netconference (CIINC).

CDC ACIP Meeting Information

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This email serves to inform you that the final agenda for the February 26-27 ACIP meeting is now available.

CDC Registry IIS CVX and MVX Code Changes

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You are subscribed to one of CDC’s IIS (Registry) email subscriptions services. The following information is now available at http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/code-sets.html

Two CVX codes were added to the table.

One is for the vaccine component of the H5N1 Influenza vaccine, approved in 2013. The other is for the adjuvant that is mixed with this vaccine, prior to administration.

In anticipation of a situation where vaccine and adjuvant are not packaged together, it is vital that the capacity to record each separately be developed.

Influenza H5N1 vaccine, adjuvanted 2013 will have a CVX of 160.

The AS03 adjuvant will have a CVX of 801

The Product name to CVX table was also updated to reflect the new vaccine.

Implementation Guidance:

  • Systems should work towards recording vaccine and adjuvant separately.
  • Each component should be sent in a separate Order Group in HL7 messages.
  • Systems should work towards displaying as a single event.
  • Systems supporting clinical decision support should develop the capacity to consider specific adjuvant and vaccine administered when evaluating administered vaccines and forecasting next dose.

CDC Vaccine Price List Update

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