Vaccine Poster – Have you Received? Notify us Now.

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 987 views

Vaccine Poster – Have you Received? Notify us Now.

Influenza, or the flu, as commonly referred to, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses.  It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death.  According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there are as many as 200,000 hospitalizations and approximately 36,000 people die from flu-related causes each year.  This poster was developed as a tool to remind providers and their clinical staff of the importance for engaging patients and encouraging them to take advantage of these life-saving vaccines as part of a comprehensive vaccine preventable disease program.  This tool also serves as a trigger to include complete vaccine history in the individual electronic health record.

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Richmond, Virginia

Vaccination Reminder Poster

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,224 views

Vaccination Reminder Poster

This poster was developed as a tool to remind providers of the importance for engaging patients and encouraging them to get the flu shot.

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Secret Agent for the Flu Poster

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 975 views

Secret Agent for the Flu Poster

This poster was developed as a reminder to get your flu shot.

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Portland, Oregon

Prevention EHR Retention Brochure

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,062 views

Prevention EHR Retention Brochure

Retention is crucial for continued provider success in utilizing EHRs to ensure that patients receive potentially life-saving preventive services.  It’s normal for practices to encounter challenges when implementing a whole new way of managing and documenting patient care. This communication piece will help you communicate the important message that by sticking with the project, practices will not only improve their quality of care, but be well positioned to qualify for Medicare payment incentives.

If any QIO would like to customize this Prevention EHR Brochure, they may contact Anthony Culver at aculver@tnqio.sdps.org.

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Richmond, Virginia

PQRI and E-Prescribing Program Web-based Training Course

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,325 views

PQRI and E-Prescribing Program Web-based Training Course

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicare Learning Network is pleased to announce that the Physician Quality Reporting Initiative (PQRI) and Electronic Prescribing Incentive Program (E-Prescribing) Web-based Training Course is now available.

The course provides information to physicians, health care professionals, and medical administrative staff on the completion, submission and maintenance of the documentation required to successfully participate in PQRI and E-Prescribing programs. The course offers continuing education credits; please see the course description page for the details.

The course can be accessed by going to the Web-based training module page, and selecting the Physician Quality Reporting Initiative and Electronic Prescribing Incentive Program WBT from the list provided on the left. It may take several moments for the list to load.

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Baltimore, Maryland

PPV Prevent Pneumonia Mouse Pad

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,226 views

PPV Prevent Pneumonia Mouse Pad

An estimated 40,000 cases of invasive pneumococcal disease occur annually and kill approximately 1 out of 20 people who are affected, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  Anyone can get pneumococcal disease, but some individuals are at greater risk for serious illness and/or death, including those over the age of 65. This mouse pad was developed as a tool to remind providers and their clinical staff of the importance for engaging patients and encouraging them to take advantage of this life-saving vaccine as part of a comprehensive vaccine preventable disease program.

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Richmond, Virginia

Pneumonia Vaccine Reminder Pamphlet

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,474 views

Pneumonia Vaccine Reminder Pamphlet

This pamphlet is intended to be placed in Physician office waiting rooms so patients can pass it along to their physicians, thus reinforcing the need to get the pneumonia vaccination.

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Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc.

Easton, Maryland

Personal Health Record

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,063 views

Personal Health Record

Keep track of your health with your personal health record.  Collects personal information (name, birth date, doctor), vaccine/exams received (on what data and where), health stats (weight, blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol), medications, drug allergies, procedures, notes and emergency contact information.

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Richmond, Virginia

Mammography Campaign Materials

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,259 views

Mammography Feud
Mammography Postcard
Mammography Bookmark
Newspaper Ad
Provider Reminder Letter_1
Provider Reminder Letter_2
Provider Reminder Letter_3
Q & A Sheet
Radio Scripts
Reminder Flyer
TV Storyboards
Waiting Room Card

These mammography campaign materials consist of postcards, waiting room materials, flyers, newspaper/radio ads, provider letters, etc. that emphasize the need to get a mammogram and enourage individuals to contact their doctor to set up an appointment.

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Primaris

Columbia, Missouri

Immunization Campaign Materials

May 6th, 2011 by Karen Hirko | 1,004 views

Break Room Poster
Button – “Ask Me Whether It Was Worth It”
Call Waiting Script
E-Mail Copy
Flyer – How many of life’s important moments…
Myth Sheet
Postcard
Radio Script
Sample Provider Letter
Tip Sheet
Waiting Room Poster
Web Icon
Work Button

These immunization campaign materials consist of postcards, flyers, newspaper/radio ads, tip sheets, sample provider letters, etc. that promote influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations.

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Columbia, Missouri