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HEDIS1Adolescents IMADescription of the measure Percentage of adolescents who have had the following vaccines by their 13th birthdayOnedose meningococcal vaccineOnedose Tdap andTwoor threedoses human Download

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1 HEDIS 1 : Immunizations for Adolescent
HEDIS 1 : Immunizations for Adolescents (IMA) Description of the measure Percentage of adolescents who have had the following vaccines by their 13th birthday: ❑ One dose meningococcal vaccine ❑ One dose Tdap, and ❑ Two or three doses human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Exclusions Anaphylactic reaction to the vaccine or its components Tips for best practice ❑ Submit appropriate billing codes ❑ Register with the state immunization registry ❑ Train office staff to prepare the chart prior to every visit to identify immunizations that are due ❑ Implement a routine process for patient reminders Tips to improve vaccine acceptance ❑ Try to make the parent feel comfortable; take the extra time to understand the reasons for not vaccinating ❑ Scientific evidence may not always win parents over; try a personal approach using personal stories or examples ❑ Use a presumptive approach: “Your child needs the following immunizations today”, or “Your child is due for three vaccines. We will be giving Tdap, Meningococcal and HPV today.” Tips for parent education ❑ The immune system of an 11 - 12 - year - old responds better to the HPV vaccine than that of an older teen ❑ The protection from the Tdap vaccination begins to wear off as children get older, putting teens at risk for serious illness and thus needing a booster shot 2 ❑ The incidence of meningococcal disease increases in adolescence and early adulthood 3 , and thus a meningococcal vaccine is recommended ❑ HPV vaccination prevents different types of cancer such as cervical, penile, vaginal, mouth and throat cancers due to HPV 1 HEDIS is a registered trademark of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) 2 http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/diseases/teen/tdap.html 3 http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/index.html MCC - ALL - PRV - 16164 - 20 Vaccine CPT code Tdap 90715 Meningococcal 90734, 90644 HPV 90649, 90650, 90651

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