Doctor holding needle and wiping childs arm with cotton swab prior to innoculation.

Three ways to improve U.S. immunization programs

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Laura Mueller Essential Insights contributor, healthcare writer

Laura Mueller

Essential Insights contributor, healthcare writer

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Rebecca Brady, MD Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Rebecca Brady, MD

Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Brad Tice, RPh, PharmD, MBA, FAPhA Product Leader Medication Therapy Management Cardinal Health

Brad Tice, RPh, PharmD, MBA, FAPhA

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1. Increase access

Pediatrician laughing with child in hospital bed.

~20 million

2. Educate parents, but harness the “default effect”

3. Put data to work

Medical vials and syringe for immunizations.

National Immunization Awareness Month

Child with glasses receiving immunization from doctor.

Immunizations web page from the American Academy of Pediatrics