Effective Public-Private Partnerships
Immunization partnerships work to support health care professionals in delivering immunization services in a high-quality, low-cost manner, and can provide effective strategies for increasing immunization coverage. In recognition of the important role that partnerships play in the delivery of immunizations to children, the AAP has chosen to highlight the following successful projects! Interested in having your immunization-focused partnership highlighted by the AAP? E-mail a project abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAP Chapters: Healthy People 2010 Immunization Projects (Exit Site)
African American Immunization Collaborative Project (PDF 1,290KB)
Los Angeles County Immunization Program & Various Community Partners
Aurora Health Care and Wisconsin Department of Health & Family Services Immunization Registry Partnership (PDF 95KB)
A partnership between Aurora Health Care & Wisconsin Department of Health & Human Services.
Healthy Shot/Finger Lakes Area Immunization Registry (FLAIR) (PDF 205KB)
A partnership between the New York AAP Chapter 1 & Healthy Shot for Kids/FLAIR.
Project L.O.V.E (Love Our Kids...Vaccinate Early!) (PDF 328KB)
A partnership between Project L.O.V.E. & Various Community Partners.
Reaching Our Goals: Immunization Provider Education (PDF 140KB)
A partnership between the Illinois AAP Chapter & Chicago Department of Public Health.
The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI) (PDF 182KB)
A community-based initiative that includes private health plans, Arizona Immunization Program Office, voluntary service organizations, businesses, pharmaceutical companies, other governmental/public health agencies, and professional provider organizations.
Training on Immunizations for Practitioners and Staff (TIPS) in Seattle-King County (PDF 113KB)
The TIPS project is intended to provide peer-based immunization education program targeting immunization providers in their practice setting. It is an enhancement of Vaccine For Children (VFC) program site visits, designed to provide education to all staff and be tailored to issues identified at VFC site visits and by the practice.
Immunization Project of Texas Children's Hospital (PDF 84KB)
This immunization project is designed to help Texas Children's Hospital Integrated Delivery System achieve its vision of committing to a community of healthy children by providing the finest possible pediatric patient care, education and research. Information about the Raising Immunization Through Education Project and the Houston-Harris County Immunization Registry is provided.
Scientific Technologies Corporation (STC) (PDF 118KB)
STC is an international public health professional services company with expertise in statewide immunization registries; emerging, communicable, and chronic disease surveillance and reporting; bioterrorism planning, early warning detection, and emergency preparedness; and epidemiologic investigation and contact tracing. Information on the following collaborative projects is provided:
Last Updated: 3/3/2013