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Vaccine Credentials: Context and Working Definitions for IIS

The American Immunization Registry Association has released version 2 of the Vaccine Credentials “Working Guide” that aims to gather and document common terminology and references related to consumer access and vaccine credentials. This guide includes info...

Landscape Analysis Report: Capture and Utilization of Adult Vaccination Data in IIS

As part of efforts to support increased capture and utilization of adult vaccination data in IIS, AIRA developed a Landscape Analysis Report to document the challenges, current approaches, and opportunities to capture adult vaccination records. This report was...

AIRA Adult IIS Literature Review

AIRA Adult IIS Literature Review

Issued on February 26, 2021 by AIRA

An Environmental Scan on Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities: Expanding Immunization Information Systems for Adults in the United States

Evaluation of the Impact of an Innovative Immunization Practice Model Designed to Improve Population Health: Results of the Project IMPACT Immunizations Pilot

Article | This study evaluates the impact of using IIS data to identify unmet vaccination needs in adults seeking the influenza vaccine. The study found a 41.4% increase in the number of vaccines administered, and significant improvements in routinely recomme...

IIS Customizable Brochure Targeted to Adult Providers

Customizable brochure targeted for adult immunization providers on the benefits of using an IIS

Low Adult Vaccination Rates Pose Health Risk

Issued on September 30, 2015 by UBM Medica Network, LLC

New Article | Announcement for the launch of the Adult Vaccine Access Coalition (AVAC) supported by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

Comments about Forum’s “Priority Setting for Health Care Performance: Getting to Measures that Matter for Adult Immunizations”