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3<INDICATOR name="ImmChild2">
4        <NAME>ImmChild2</NAME>
5        <DESCRIPTION>childhood immunizations, DTaP, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, MMR, measles, mumps, rubella, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella, chicken pox, pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, PCV, Healthy New Jersey, HNJ2020, 2020</DESCRIPTION>
6        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>ImmChild2.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
7        <TITLE>Childhood Immunizations</TITLE>
8        <DEFINITION>Percentage of young children who received effective vaccination coverage levels for universally recommended vaccines by a given age</DEFINITION>
9        <NUMERATOR>Number of children of a given age* who received the recommended doses of universally recommended vaccines
10(*19 to 35 months of age for all except Hepatitis B birth dose between 0 and 3 days old)</NUMERATOR>
11        <DENOMINATOR>Total number of children of a given age*
12(*19 to 35 months of age for all except Hepatitis B birth dose between 0 and 3 days old)</DENOMINATOR>
13        <DATA_NOTE>This is a Healthy New Jersey 2020 (HNJ2020) objective.</DATA_NOTE>
14        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>12/04/2018</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
15        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Immunizations are the one of most cost-effective health prevention measures. Development of vaccinations was cited by the U.S. Public Health Service as one of the [https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00056796.htm Ten Great Public Health Achievements in the 20th Century]. Vaccines play an essential role in reducing and eliminating disease.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
16        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>IID-8</HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>
17        <OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>'''Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objective IMM-1''': Increase effective vaccination coverage levels for  universally recommended vaccines among young children:[[br]]
18'''IMM-1a''': Four (4) doses diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis (DTaP) vaccine by age 19 to 35 months to 95%.[[br]]
19'''IMM-1b''': Birth dose of hepatitis B vaccine (0 to 3 days between birth date and date of vaccination, reported by annual birth cohort) to 75%.[[br]]
20'''IMM-1c''': Four (4) doses of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) among children by age 19 to 35 months to 90%.
21
22'''Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objective IMM-2''': Increase the percentage of children aged 19 to 35 months who receive the recommended doses of DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) to 80%.[[br]]
23Recommended doses are: 4 DTaP, 3 Polio, 1 MMR, full series of Hib (3 or 4 doses depending on type), 3+ HepB, 1+ Var, and 4+ PCV.</OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>
24        <HOW_DOING>The vaccination coverage rate for DTaP slowly increased through 2015 before declining in recent years. The coverage rate for the hepatitis B vaccination birth dose had increased about 80% between 2010 and 2016, but decreased 10% between 2016 and 2017.  The PCV vaccination coverage rate has not changed much since 2010.
25
26The proportion of children in the U.S. and in New Jersey who received the recommended doses of DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) was increasing every year until 2016. It decreased again in 2017.</HOW_DOING>
27        <STATE_VS_US>New Jersey's coverage rate for the full recommended vaccine series is about the same as that of the nation as a whole.</STATE_VS_US>
28        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Department of Health's [https://www.state.nj.us/health/cd/vpdp.shtml Vaccine Preventable Disease Program] (VPDP) conducts annual assessments of private and public health care providers' immunization records, as well as, Local Health Departments conducting audits of the immunization records in licensed preschools/daycares and schools to obtain current state immunization coverage levels from the vaccination records submitted by attendees on entry. New Jersey also implemented the On Time Every Time: Keys to Prevention Immunization Initiative to encourage providers to vaccinate a child with all of the childhood immunizations by 12 months of age. New Jersey has a coalition that works to maintain or improve immunization coverage levels and to increase public awareness of immunizations.
29
30The [https://njiis.nj.gov/njiis/ NJ Immunization Information System] (NJIIS) provides a mechanism for medical providers to keep track of patient immunizations, and to send reminder cards/letters to NJ parents whose children are due for immunizations. NJIIS also archives adult immunizations such as pneumovax, tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis (TdaP); influenza; smallpox; Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV), and Hepatitis A and B.
31
32Located statewide are 45 Community Public Health Clinics, 78 Federally Qualified Health Centers and 127 Local Health Departments that provide immunizations services for those who meet the [https://www.state.nj.us/health/cd/documents/vpdp/vfc_brochure.pdf Vaccines For Children] (VFC) Program eligibility criteria of being either Medicaid eligible, NJ FamilyCare insured, uninsured, or underinsured.</WHAT_DOING>
33        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>New Jersey [https://www.state.nj.us/health/cd/documents/vpdp/vfc_brochure.pdf Vaccines for Children] (NJVFC) is a federally-funded, state-operated vaccine supply program that provides pediatric vaccines at no cost to doctors who serve children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of inability to pay. Physicians may charge office visit and administration fees based on a government fee schedule. There are over 1,000 medical offices enrolled in the NJVFC program and the majority are private providers.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
34        <RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>NJDOH Communicable Disease Program:  [http://nj.gov/health/cd/]
35
36NJ Immunization Information System: [https://njiis.nj.gov/njiis/index.htm]
37
38NJDOH Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Project: [http://nj.gov/health/cd/topics/hepatitisb_perinatal.shtml]
39
40National Immunization Survey: [https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/imz-managers/nis/index.html]</RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>
41        <ORG_UNIT_NAME>NJDHSS_Imm</ORG_UNIT_NAME>
42        <OWNER_USER_ID>mbaron</OWNER_USER_ID>
43        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
44        <STATUS_DATE>12/28/2018</STATUS_DATE>
45        <NOTE>MB - just winging it based on old ImmChild indicator
46Steven Bors and Jennifer Smith verified that the data are correct 1/2/14 (Angela Sorrells gave us incorrect 2010 data!)
47Natalie Kratz provided 2012-2013 data and MLB entered 5/22/15
482014 entered 3/18/16, 2015 entered 10/14/16
4910/14/16-sent to Natalie and Jeni for review
50
51CIs: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/imz-managers/coverage/childvaxview/data-reports/index.html</NOTE>
52        <SORT_ORDER>320</SORT_ORDER>
53        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
54        <MODIFIED_DATE>12/28/2018</MODIFIED_DATE>
55        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
56        <PUBLISHED_DATE>12/28/2018</PUBLISHED_DATE>
57        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE name="IID-8">
58                <NAME>IID-8</NAME>
59                <TITLE>Increase the proportion of children aged 19 to 35 months who receive the recommended doses of DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and PCV vaccines</TITLE>
60                <FOCUS_AREA_NAME>IID</FOCUS_AREA_NAME>
61                <OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>IID-8</OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>
62                <DESCRIPTION>Increase the proportion of children aged 19 to 35 months who receive the recommended doses of DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and PCV vaccines</DESCRIPTION>
63                <US_TARGET>80 percent</US_TARGET>
64                <STATE_TARGET>80 percent</STATE_TARGET>
65                <SORT_ORDER>709</SORT_ORDER>
66                <MODIFIED_DATE>10/30/2013</MODIFIED_DATE>
67                <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
68        </HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
69        <DATA_SOURCES/>
70        <RELATIONS>
71                <RELATION name="SystemFactors">
72                        <NAME>SystemFactors</NAME>
73                        <TITLE>Health Care System Factors</TITLE>
74                        <TEXT></TEXT>
75                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
76                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
77                                        <NAME>HepBVaccine</NAME>
78                                        <TITLE>Hepatitis B Vaccination</TITLE>
79                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>HepBVaccine.RaceEth</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
80                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
81                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
82                </RELATION>
83        </RELATIONS>
84        <INDICATOR_VIEWS>
85                <INDICATOR_VIEW>
86                        <NAME>ImmChild2.Recom</NAME>
87                        <TITLE>Percentage of young children who receive</TITLE>
88                        <SUB_TITLE>4 doses of DTaP by age 19-35 months, birth dose of hepatitis B, and 4 doses of PCV by age 19-35 months, New Jersey,</SUB_TITLE>
89                        <PERIOD_TITLE>2010-2017</PERIOD_TITLE>
90                        <Y_TITLE>Percentage of Children</Y_TITLE>
91                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
92                <INDICATOR_VIEW>
93                        <NAME>ImmChild2.Trend</NAME>
94                        <TITLE>Percentage of children aged 19 to 35 months who receive the recommended doses of</TITLE>
95                        <SUB_TITLE>DTaP, polio, MMR, Hib, hepatitis B, varicella and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV), New Jersey and the U.S.,</SUB_TITLE>
96                        <PERIOD_TITLE>2010-2017</PERIOD_TITLE>
97                        <Y_TITLE>Percentage of Children Age 19-35 Months</Y_TITLE>
98                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
99        </INDICATOR_VIEWS>
100</INDICATOR>
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