Appendix

AGENDA

Workshop on Overcoming Barriers to Immunization

Wednesday, December 8, 1993

8:45–9:00

OPENING REMARKS: WORKSHOP PLAN

Lorraine V. Klerman, Chair, Workshop Steering Committee

School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham

9:00–10:15

RECOGNIZING AND RESPONDING TO NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION NEEDS

The Problem of Underimmunization

Walter Orenstein, National Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The President's Immunization Initiative

Anthony Robbins, National Vaccine Program Office, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Health

Immunization and Health Care Reform

Kay Johnson, March of Dimes

10:30–12:15

CURRENT ASSESSMENTS OF BARRIERS TO IMMUNIZATION

Henry Shinefield, Session Chair

The Permanente Medical Group

State and Local Perspectives, Urban and Rural Settings, Public and Private Providers

James Feist, Bozeman, MT

Tracy Lieu, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA



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Overcoming Barriers to Immunization: A Workshop Summary Appendix AGENDA Workshop on Overcoming Barriers to Immunization Wednesday, December 8, 1993 8:45–9:00 OPENING REMARKS: WORKSHOP PLAN Lorraine V. Klerman, Chair, Workshop Steering Committee School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham 9:00–10:15 RECOGNIZING AND RESPONDING TO NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION NEEDS The Problem of Underimmunization Walter Orenstein, National Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The President's Immunization Initiative Anthony Robbins, National Vaccine Program Office, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Health Immunization and Health Care Reform Kay Johnson, March of Dimes 10:30–12:15 CURRENT ASSESSMENTS OF BARRIERS TO IMMUNIZATION Henry Shinefield, Session Chair The Permanente Medical Group State and Local Perspectives, Urban and Rural Settings, Public and Private Providers James Feist, Bozeman, MT Tracy Lieu, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA

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Overcoming Barriers to Immunization: A Workshop Summary Lance Rodewald, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY David Smith, Texas Department of Health Peter Szilagyi, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY David Wood, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA Comments/Questions: Fernando Guerra, San Antonio Metropolitan Health District General Discussion 1:30–2:15 THE BRITISH EXPERIENCE IN IMPROVING IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE: LESSONS FOR THE UNITED STATES David Salisbury, Department of Health, United Kingdom 2:15–3:30 OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IMMUNIZATION: PROVIDERS' RESPONSE Robert Ross, Session Chair San Diego Department of Health Services Standards for Pediatric Immunization Practices and Their Implementation Roger Bernier, National Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Opportunities for Action: Missed Visits and Missed Opportunities Elizabeth Holt, Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health Efforts in the Public Sector: Health Departments, Community Health Centers Magda Peck, CityMatCH Rita Goodman, Bureau of Primary Health Care, Health Resources Services Administration 3:45–5:30 HMO Response to the PHS Challenge David Siegel, Health Alliance Plan, Detroit, MI

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Overcoming Barriers to Immunization: A Workshop Summary   Efforts by Vaccine Manufacturers Thomas Vernon, Merck & Company, Inc. Influencing Private Practice Susan Lett, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Alan Kohrt, Honesdale, PA Comments/Questions Edgar Marcuse, Children's Hospital and Medical Center, Seattle Phyllis Freeman, Law Center, University of Massachusetts General Discussion Thursday, December 9, 1993 8:30–11:00 OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO IMMUNIZATION: ASSISTING FAMILIES Patricia Mullen, Session Chair University of Texas Health Science Center/Houston Theories of Consumer Behavior: The Health Belief Model Irwin Rosenstock, University of Michigan (Emeritus) Informing Parents: Using Registries and Reminders Jeffrey Goldhaggen, Cleveland All Kids Count Project Steven Black, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA Eugene Dini, National Immunization Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Working with the Community Christopher Koepke, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia Carmen Paris, Philadelphia Department of Public Health Penalties and Incentives Linking AFDC Benefits to Well-Child Care Rose Ann Meinecke, Maryland Medical Care Policy Administration WIC-Based Programs to Promote Immunization Herminia Luna, Chicago Department of Health

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Overcoming Barriers to Immunization: A Workshop Summary Comments/Questions Kay Johnson, March of Dimes General Discussion 11:15–12:30 NEAR-TERM OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVING IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE Lorraine V. Klerman, Session Chair Observations of the Workshop Organizers Public Health: Fernando Guerra, Robert Ross Private Practice: Edgar Marcuse Managed Care: Henry Shinefield Public Policy: Phyllis Freeman Parents and the Public: Kay Johnson, Patricia Mullen General Discussion 12:30 ADJOURN