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Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Illus. 27: Reference framework – measles - interventions implemented for measles immunisation and elimination – Moravia-Silesia (CZ) T i m e First Dose Second Dose Children with Measles A c t i o n L e v e l: “Policies and Interventions Aiming at …” the Individual / Immediate Setting the Population • Coverage with 1 st dose • Individual reminder • Documentation of immunisation for parents (passes, certificates etc.) • Documentation of immunisation for Primary Care Physician (IT, patient files etc.) • (Obligation to immunise) • Home-visiting interventions • Easy/cheap access to vaccination/Reduction of out of pocket costs for vaccination • Bonuses for parents • Education of agents in shared facilities about benefits/risks of vaccination • Pre-school nursery/kindergarten/school entry screening • Motivation of parents/teachers to identify non-immunised children • Offering vaccination • Coverage with 2 nd dose • Individual reminder • Documentation of immunisation (passes, certificates etc.) • Pre-school nursery/kindergarten/school entry screening • Motivation of parents/teachers to identify non-immunised children with second dose • Offering vaccination with second dose • Invitation/reminder/recall system • Strategies to immunise marginal groups/sub-groups (e.g. gypsies, unregistered migrants, refugees) • Special strategies for lower socio-economic groups • Establishment of campaigns: - Catch-up - Follow-up - Focal • Awareness raising campaigns • Educational measures about benefits/risks of vaccination • Local authorities offer information/counselling • Multi-media information resource availability (e.g. ehealth) • Agenda-setting in the media • Invitation/reminder system • Strategies to immunise subgroups - 318 - the Social System, the Legislative, Professions • Legislation/Law on Infectious diseases • Strategy for measles elimination • National/regional immunisation plan with defined targets • Implementation of WHOimmunisation guidelines • Sentinels • Incentives for Primary Care Physicians • Guaranteed reimbursement of vaccination for Primary Care Physicians • Educative measures concerning risks/benefits of immunisation • Education of multiplicators • Risk-communication • Drug Law • Licensing of vaccine • Producer is obligated to coldchain logistics (product liability) • Strategy for quality assurance in place and regular review and development of strategy • Serological survey • Information of doctors about second dose • Identification of contacts • Rapid communication of cases and coordination of health services • Improvement of skills in professionals to detect and to communicate cases • Participation in „Measles and Rubella Laboratory Network“ • Establishment of national reference laboratory • Obligation to report cases • Surveillance of uptake rates, vaccination register • Register of severe adverse reactions • Health reporting • Implementation of surveillance guidelines of WHO • Vigorous case investigation and laboratory confirmation Overall Goals: Measles eradication [Incidence] & Reduction of deaths by measles [Mortality] Strategic Points [Indicators] • >95% Coverage with 1 st dose • [Uptake rate 1 st dose] • Reduce complications [Hospitalisation rate] • Improve measles immunisation surveillance • Promote 2 nd opportunity for immunisation • Improve motivation of Primary Care Physicians and parents • Improve education of health professionals • Improve knowledge of population regarding risks/benefits of immunisation • Maintain public confidence in vaccine safety • Maintain high quality of vaccine • Establish evaluation of programmes • Identify non-immunised persons • >95% Coverage with 2nd dose [Uptake rate 2 nd dose] • Raise uptake rate of second dose • Identify persons notimmunised with 2nd dose • Prevent new infections • Improve quality of diagnostics • Strengthen/Improve measles surveillance

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Illus. 28: Reference framework – measles - interventions implemented for measles immunisation and elimination – Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg (HU) T i m e First Dose Second Dose Children with Measles A c t i o n L e v e l: “Policies and Interventions Aiming at …” the Individual / Immediate Setting the Population • Coverage with 1 st dose • Individual reminder • Documentation of immunisation for parents (passes, certificates etc.) • Documentation of immunisation for Primary Care Physician (IT, patient files etc.) • (Obligation to immunise) • Home-visiting interventions • Easy/cheap access to vaccination/Reduction of out of pocket costs for vaccination • Bonuses for parents • Education of agents in shared facilities about benefits/risks of vaccination • Pre-school nursery/kindergarten/school entry screening • Motivation of parents/teachers to identify non-immunised children • Offering vaccination • Coverage with 2 nd dose • Individual reminder • Documentation of immunisation (passes, certificates etc.) • Pre-school nursery/kindergarten/school entry screening • Motivation of parents/teachers to identify non-immunised children with second dose • Offering vaccination with second dose • Identification of contacts • Invitation/reminder/recall system • Strategies to immunise marginal groups/sub-groups (e.g. gypsies, unregistered migrants, refugees) • Special strategies for lower socio-economic groups • Establishment of campaigns: - Catch-up - Follow-up - Focal • Awareness raising campaigns • Educational measures about benefits/risks of vaccination • Local authorities offer information/counselling • Multi-media information resource availability (e.g. ehealth) • Agenda-setting in the media • Invitation/reminder system • Strategies to immunise subgroups - 319 - the Social System, the Legislative, Professions • Legislation/Law on Infectious diseases • Strategy for measles elimination • National/regional immunisation plan with defined targets • Implementation of WHOimmunisation guidelines • Sentinels • Incentives for Primary Care Physicians • Guaranteed reimbursement of vaccination for Primary Care Physicians • Educative measures concerning risks/benefits of immunisation • Education of multiplicators • Risk-communication • Drug Law • Licensing of vaccine • Producer is obligated to coldchain logistics (product liability) • Strategy for quality assurance in place and regular review and development of strategy • Serological survey • Information of doctors about second dose • Rapid communication of cases and coordination of health services • Improvement of skills in professionals to detect and to communicate cases • Participation in „Measles and Rubella Laboratory Network“ • Establishment of national reference laboratory • Obligation to report cases • Surveillance of uptake rates, vaccination register • Register of severe adverse reactions • Health reporting • Implementation of surveillance guidelines of WHO • Vigorous case investigation and laboratory confirmation Overall Goals: Measles eradication [Incidence] & Reduction of deaths by measles [Mortality] Strategic Points [Indicators] • >95% Coverage with 1 st dose • [Uptake rate 1 st dose] • Reduce complications [Hospitalisation rate] • Improve measles immunisation surveillance • Promote 2 nd opportunity for immunisation • Improve motivation of Primary Care Physicians and parents • Improve education of health professionals • Improve knowledge of population regarding risks/benefits of immunisation • Maintain public confidence in vaccine safety • Maintain high quality of vaccine • Establish evaluation of programmes • Identify non-immunised persons • >95% Coverage with 2nd dose [Uptake rate 2 nd dose] • Raise uptake rate of second dose • Identify persons notimmunised with 2nd dose • Prevent new infections • Improve quality of diagnostics • Strengthen/Improve measles surveillance

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