Immunization: It’s a Population Health Issue

Posted by Betsy Weaver, Ed.D. on Jul 13, 2015 4:37:58 PM

Decades after vaccines effectively wiped out serious diseases such as polio, measles and mumps in the United States, immunization—particularly for children—continues to be debated and even avoided. A notable minority of parents don’t keep up with their children’s vaccine schedule or forego immunization, citing concerns about vaccine safety, a link to autism (despite the lack of any definitive evidence), “too many” vaccines in the early childhood years, or their child’s distress at receiving an injection.

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Topics: Population Health Management, Quality of Care, Immunization

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