Immunization Information Systems Progress -- United States, 2006

Urquhart, G.; Rasulnia, B.; Kelly, J.
March 2008
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;3/21/2008, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p289
This article highlights selected data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's 2006 Immunization Information System Annual Report (IISAR), survey of grantees in 50 states, five cities and the District of Columbia that receive funding under the Public Health Service Act. The data indicated that 65% of all U.S. chidren aged belween 6 years participated in an IIS in 2006. The 2006 IISAR, a self-administered, Internet-based questionnaire, was made available to immunization program managers as part of an annual reporting requirement.


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