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VACCINATION COMPLIANCE PROJECT 1. LRRC Inc. LRRC – Social Service Division Opened in March 2005 CHEMED Health Center Opened in February 2008 Designated.

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1 VACCINATION COMPLIANCE PROJECT 1

2 LRRC Inc. LRRC – Social Service Division Opened in March 2005 CHEMED Health Center Opened in February 2008 Designated as a FQHC Lookalike in January 2009 Designated as a FQHC 330 New Access Point in March 2009 LRRC / CHEMED – COMPANY OVERVIEW 2

3 ABOUT LRRC o Lakewood Township o Ocean County o New Jersey THE LRRC PROVIDES A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF SOCIAL SERVICES FOR 3

4 LAKEWOOD BIRTH STATISTICS 4

5 TOTAL ESTIMATED POPULATION AND PROJECTIONS  Lakewood was ranked in the bottom 10% of median income of New Jersey Municipalities.  In Ocean County, Lakewood Township ranked the second lowest in per capita income. 5

6 o CDC Vaccinations Immunization Compliance o Affordable & Fair Housing o Healthcare Plans o Nutrition Supplementation Programs o Utilities Bill & Equipment Assistance o Credit Counseling o Disability Insurance o Employment Counseling o Custom Resumes o Census 2010 o Lead Abatement / Poisoning Prevention o American Recovery & Reinvestment Act LRRC PROGRAMS 6

7 LRRC PROGRAM AREAS 7

8 PROGRAM AREAS 8

9 LRRC 2009 STATISTICS 9

10 VACCINATION COMPLIANCE GRANT Public education & outreach Day care centers, pre- schools & physicians Reasons for non compliance Scientific data demonstrating vaccine safety Practical solutions to barriers Provide permanent solutions to obtaining healthcare insurance 10

11 LRRC STAFF INTERNAL IMMUNIZATION TRAINING o CHEMED Licensed Pediatrician Staff Trainings o NJ ITA Coalition Technical Assistance o NJ IAC Coalition, Weekly Express Subscriptions o Vaccines For Children's Conferences o New Jersey Immunization Information System Trainings o Internet Webinars & Conferences o National Immunization Conferences o CDC Website & Links o NJDOHSS Website & Links o CHEMED Licensed Pediatrician Staff Trainings o NJ ITA Coalition Technical Assistance o NJ IAC Coalition, Weekly Express Subscriptions o Vaccines For Children's Conferences o New Jersey Immunization Information System Trainings o Internet Webinars & Conferences o National Immunization Conferences o CDC Website & Links o NJDOHSS Website & Links 11

12 PUBLIC VACCINATION AWARENESS EVENTS Lakewood Township Health & Safety Fair Attendees Lakewood Township Health & Safety Fair, 2009, 4,500 Attendees Minority Multicultural Event for Lakewood Twp. School Children, Attendees Latino Spring Feast Health Fair, Attendees Lunch & Learn Event for Landlords & Property Managers,

13 Public Education Components Vaccine Materials Mini Library for Clients Preschool & Daycare Outreach Trained social services staff Outreach calls Client Vaccination Compliance Surveys Licensed Nurses, specializing in pediatrics, information hotline 13

14 CUSTOM DATABASE In-house created Database Secure, web-based access to data Keeps track of:  Families & children  Missing vaccinations  Complete log of our outreach efforts  Reasons for non-compliance It facilitates compliance with the CDC grant requirements Provides quarterly and annual statistics Potential to integrate database with NJIIS 14

15 CUSTOM DATABASE Immunization Records 15

16 CUSTOM DATABASE Dashboard – Reports – To Do List 16

17 CUSTOM DATABASE Tracking Referrals 17

18 BI-LINGUAL PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN 18

19 VACCINATION COMPLIANCE SURVEYS 19

20 1,422 families informed of New Jersey Chapter 14 Immunization law 1,422 families informed of New Jersey Chapter 14 Immunization law EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH 20

21 LRRC & CHEMED EVENTS 21

22 REASONS FOR NON COMPLIANCE Sick child Lack of reminder Lack of education Late scheduled appointments Vaccine out of stock Fear of side effects / illnesses Religious beliefs Lack of healthcare insurance coverage 22

23 REASONS FOR NON COMPLIANCE 23

24 Hib 1,178 Hib 1,178 Rota 38 VZV 795 VZV 795 Pneumo 1,081 Pneumo 1,081 DTP 1,575 Meningo 25 Polio 851 Polio 851 Flu 286 HepA 780 HepB 995 HepB 995 MMR 543 MMR 543 MISSED VACCINATIONS 24

25 IMPLEMENTED SOLUTIONS Developed & regularly updates list of low cost/free vaccination providers Referred parents / guardians to LRRC social services case management staff to evaluate eligibility for permanent healthcare coverage CHEMED FQHC hosted 6 flu clinics LRRC in conjunction with, Ocean County Health Dept. hosted 2 Flu clinics LRRC in conjunction with, Ocean County Health Dept. hosting weekly H1N1 Clinics LRRC Social Services staff provided education & answered questions CHEMED Nursing Staff provided technical medical information & answered questions 25

26 OUTREACH CAMPAIGN Results to date 1,634 families compliant with CDC immunizations schedule 1,634 families compliant with CDC immunizations schedule 1,125 families agreed to immunize their children after outreach by LRRC 1,125 families agreed to immunize their children after outreach by LRRC 26

27 OUTREACH CAMPAIGN 1,224 families completed LRRC Vaccination Compliance Survey 2,759 families contacted to date 2,759 families contacted to date 3,288 families 6,118 children in the LRRC Custom Database 3,288 families 6,118 children in the LRRC Custom Database 27

28 LOOKING AHEAD Interface LRRC immunization database with the New Jersey Immunization Information System Breakout non compliance by individual immunization Create protocols to address the top reasons for non compliance with immunizations Define non compliance data to determine if socioeconomic status is a major factor Potential to integrate database with NJIIS 28

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