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Setting the Course: A Strategic Vision for Immunization Finance - Part 1 Summary of the Chicago Workshop Appendixes

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Setting the Course: A Strategic Vision for Immunization Finance - Part 1 Summary of the Chicago Workshop Appendix A Workshop Agenda Institute of Medicine Committee on the Immunization Finance Dissemination Workshops Financing the U.S. Immunization System: The Need for a Strategic Vision FINAL AGENDA JUNE 15, 2001 Auditorium School of Public Health and Psychiatric Building University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois 8:00 AM Registration 8:30 AM Welcome and Introductory Remarks • David R. Smith, president, Health Sciences Center, Texas Tech University • Susan Scrimshaw, dean, University of Illinois School of Public Health • Rosemary Chalk, senior program officer, Institute of Medicine

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Setting the Course: A Strategic Vision for Immunization Finance - Part 1 Summary of the Chicago Workshop 8:45 AM Immunization Finance in the 21st Century (David R. Smith, moderator) • The Impact of Immunizations in the 21st Century Samuel Katz, professor emeritus, Department of Pediatrics, Duke University • Financing the National Immunization System: Recommendations from the Institute of Medicine David R. Smith, Health Sciences Center, Texas Tech University • Allocating Federal Funds to States and Cities: The Role of the National Immunization Program Lance Rodewald, director, Immunization Services Division, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention • The National Medicaid Childhood Immunization Improvement Initiative Rachel Block, director, Finance Systems and Quality Group, Center for Medicaid and State Operations, Health Care Financing Administration • State Finance Strategies in the 1990s: Immunization Policies, Practices, and Program Financing Gary Freed, professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan • Discussion 10:15 AM Break 10:30 AM State and Local Roles in the National Immunization System (Garth Splinter, moderator) • State Immunization Finance Strategies in Michigan and Illinois John Lumpkin, director, Illinois Department of Public Health Gillian Stoltman, director, Division of Communicable Disease and Immunization, Michigan Department of Community Health

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Setting the Course: A Strategic Vision for Immunization Finance - Part 1 Summary of the Chicago Workshop   • The Persistence of Pockets of Need in Metropolitan Areas—The Englewood Neighborhood in Chicago Jorge Rosenthal, epidemiologist, National Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Julie Morita, medical director, Department of Public Health, Chicago • A Tale of Two Cities: The Status of Immunization Infrastructure in Chicago and Detroit John Wilhelm, commissioner, Chicago Department of Public Health Melinda Dixon, medical director, Detroit Health Department • A Congressional Perspective Representative Danny Davis (D, 7th district, Illinois) • Discussion Noon LUNCH 1:30 PM Integrating Immunizations in Private Health Care Services (William Kissick, moderator) • Improving Immunization Coverage Rates for Adults— Can We Do Better? William Schaffner, professor, Department of Preventive Medicine, Vanderbilt University • Achieving Public Health Goals Within Health Plan Services—Examples of Collaboration in Financing, Data Collection, and Quality Measures Jim Bridges, medical director, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Southeast Michigan Carol Wilhoit, medical director for quality improvement, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois • Discussion

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Setting the Course: A Strategic Vision for Immunization Finance - Part 1 Summary of the Chicago Workshop 2:30 PM Roundtable 1: Unresolved Problems and Significant Challenges (Susan Scimshaw, moderator) Ed Mihalek, Chicago Department of Health Victor Gonzalez, UniCare Health Plans and Chicago Board of Health Paul Giblin, Children’s Hospital, Detroit Howard Weinblatt, Integrated Health Associates, Ann Arbor • Discussion 3:30 PM Roundtable 2: Next Steps and Future Strategies (David R. Smith, moderator) Whitney Addington, The Urban Health Institute of Chicago Garth Splinter, University Hospital Trust, Oklahoma City Robyn Gabel, Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition • Discussion 4:30 PM Closing Remarks and Adjourn