Grant: $791,481 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Sep. 15, 2009
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Award Description: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Program Operations funds awarded to the State of Utah Department of Health Immunization Program will be contracted to local health departments (LHDs), TriSano, KIPHS, Inc. and Custom Data Processing (CDP) software developers, Utah Statewide Immunization Information System (USIIS) developers, the Forth Street Clinic, the Teen Mom Program at the University of Utah, the Be Wise Project, and the Adolescent 101 Project. The intent of the LHD contracts is to increase the number of children and adults immunized with appropriately handled vaccine by reducing cost and convenience barriers to vaccination. The intent of contracts with software developers is to improve the state immunization registry and interconnections with local health departments electronic medical records systems, improve automated surveillance systems, develop a Perinatal Hepatitis B system to help better track case and develop an emergency Immunization Management system. Contracts developed with the Forth Street Clinic, the Teen Mom Program at the University of Utah, the Be Wise Project, and the Adolescent 101 Project will greatly enhance our ability to reach out to adolescent and adult high risk populations.
Project Description: Began writing a statement of work to support contracts with each of the 12 local health districts. Contracts will fund one or more of the immunization activities as described in the budget justification. Began development of system and tools to monitor LHD contracts on a quarterly basis. Started development of contracts and work plans for TriSano, KIPPS and CDP. Started development of contracts and work plans for Forth Street Clinic, the Teen Mom Program at the University of Utah, the Be Wise Project, and the Adolescent 101 Project.
Jobs Summary: None at this time. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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