Increasing Childhood Immunizations QI Project
KAAP invites you to participate in a quality improvement project to understand and improve your individual provider immunization rates. This FREE activity is:
- eligible for 25 MOC Part 4 points from the American Board of Pediatrics,
- includes 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM and
- a $1,000 provider stipend, awarded at project completion.
Over six months, participants will pull vaccine data reports every other month, attend four virtual trainings, and implement evidence-based process changes.
The project kicks off on April 5 and runs through October 2023.
Current Immunization Schedules
KAAP has created immunization schedule wall clings for ages birth to 18 months, and ages 2 to 6 years. View them here. To request clings be mailed to your practice, email Mallory Laur at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KAAP Vaccine Outreach Toolkit
KAAP has new resources to help pediatricians promote vaccination within the practice and get kids caught up on needed immunizations. View the toolkit.
Flu Resources – AAP Flu Vaccine Recommendations
- Reduces your out-of-pocket costs because you don’t have to buy vaccine with your own money for those children that are eligible to receive Vaccine for Children funded vaccines.
- Saves your patients out of pocket costs because the vaccines are free.
- Allows you to charge an admin fee to offset your cost of doing business.
- Covers all ACIP recommended vaccines.
- Enhances all services you provide relative to EPSDT.
- You no longer have to refer patients to public health to get their vaccines.
- Helps to build your business by providing badly needed government services to patients in need.
- Provides a medical home
Promoting Adult Immunizations in Pediatric Practice – KAAP received a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation to work with practices to promote adult immunizations in the pediatric practice. We are still looking for a couple of pilot sites to participate! Pilot sites will receive a free one hour training with CME and lunch, materials to promote adult immunizations and where they can get immunized in your community, and a stipend.