ACOG Projects


  • Adult Immunization Project 2015: The Increasing Immunization Rates through Obstetrician-Gynecologist Partnerships project is a four-year, CDC-funded cooperative agreement aimed at reducing barriers and improving adult immunizations in pregnant and non-pregnant populations.

  • Maternal Influenza Review Program: This pilot program identified potentially preventable issues and barriers (e.g. system failures, vaccine hesitancy, patient concerns around vaccine safety, etc) that contribute to morbidity and mortality in pregnant women caused by seasonal influenza. 

  • District XI Quality Improvement Project: This project was selected through a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant,  to participate in a project to help practices increase their immunization rates and build partnerships with the state health department’s immunization program.


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