Immunization & Infectious Disease

Immunization & Infectious Disease

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What We Do
The Vermont Department of Health Immunization Program provides over $16 million in vaccines to provider practices, educates health care providers and the public regarding immunizations, implements the state immunization regulations, and conducts ongoing assessments of population health status to identify populations at risk for vaccine-preventable diseases. Program activities are developed based on best practices to ensure access to affordable vaccines, support vaccination in the medical home, and provide the public with information needed to vaccinate with confidence.
Who We Serve

The Immunization Program serves all Vermonters with targeted efforts for parents, health care providers, provider practices, and school nurses.

How We Impact

The Immunization Program ensures adults and children have access to all recommended vaccines at their medical home and works to effectively limit vaccine preventable disease. Together with population indicators, the following performance measures focus on whether Vermonters are better off as a result of this program. They do so by looking at the quality and efficiency of these programs and services.

Investment objective:Encourage the formation and maintenance of public-private partnerships in health care, including initiatives to support and improve the health care delivery system.

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