ACOG District XI Quality Improvement Project

From 2012-2015 ACOG National Collaborated with ACOG District XI (Texas) to complete quality improvement projects in 15 ob-gyn practices to increase adult immunization rates.

ACOG’s District XI was selected through a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant funded to ACOG to participate in a project to help practices increase their immunization rates and build partnerships with the state health department’s immunization program. This project built on the success of a similar grant funded project in District V (Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan), the results of which can viewed by clicking here.

This was a three-year project concluding August 2015.

All selected sites received free onsite training, education materials, and on-going assistance for specific vaccine-related issues from ACOG and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Topics included:

  • Coding (reimbursement)
  • Ordering immunizations (Private and VFC)
  • Storage and handling
  • Giving Vaccines (consent/refusal/VAERS)
  • Immunization schedule for vaccines
  • Resources in your state

Requirements to Participate:

  • Ob-gyn must be an ACOG member
  • Provide a point person for all communications
  • Agree to complete a brief pretest at beginning of participation and post-test (3 months later) survey regarding vaccinations.
  • Sign an agreement with ACOG to participate in the program.
  • Participate in 45-60 minute on-site training for practice site

This project is supported by Cooperative Agreement 5U66IP000667 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Updated 12/2/17

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