Age-specific strategies for immunization reminders and recalls: a registry-based randomization trial

07/2/2014 | American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Reminder and recall strategies have been found to be effective in increasing immunization rates. A study of Michigan children used a statewide immunization information system to develop a randomized trial to determine the optimal age at which reminder/recall notices should be sent. The findings showed that although recall notifications can positively affect immunization activity, the effect may vary by targeted age group.(Available for CME credit.)

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