Identifying Childhood Immunizations

World Immunization Week April 24-30

World Immunization Week is an important health observance promoting the use of vaccines to protect people of all ages against disease. Immunization saves millions of lives and is widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions.

Unfortunately, there are still 19.4 million unvaccinated and under-vaccinated children in the world, per an assessment from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Arcadia Analytics can help identify your patients in need of immunizations

Most quality programs include measures of immunization due to their importance in preventing life-threatening diseases.  “Vaccines remain the most important development in the history of medicine”, says Arcadia chief medical officer Rich Parker, MD.  “However, in order for vaccines to be effective, they have to be given on the correct schedules which requires a certain degree of organization, both at the IT level and the societal level”.

According to the WHO, vaccines prevent an estimated 2-3 million deaths each year.

A Quick Guide to Identifying Childhood Immunizations

In our latest Arcadia Analytics Quick Guide, our training team explains how the immunization registry in Arcadia Analytics can assist your practice in identifying children in need of vaccinations.

Arcadia Analytics can also be used to identify patients with an upcoming appointment, so you can provide vital services to patients that are already scheduled to visit your clinic.

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Our training team is here to help!  Download a copy of this Quick Guide or send your training questions to

Jennifer Polello, MPHA, MCHES, PCMH CCE

Jennifer is the Director of Product Training at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, with over 20 years of experience across the healthcare continuum in the areas of public health, chronic disease management, quality improvement, health policy, clinical informatics and project management.  Her extensive knowledge and leadership has enabled Arcadia client success on complex enterprise clinical transformation and care coordination projects.   She is an expert facilitator, leading teams of clinicians, nurses and physicians through the transformation and improvement process of patient care in the ambulatory setting through multiple projects throughout her career.

Jennifer has worked on regional health information exchange (HIE) projects and assisted in the design of a clinical decision support tool for patients with type 2 diabetes.  She has also created and implemented online learning modules for clinical transformation and adoption of electronic medical record systems.  Jennifer has a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Administration from Washington State University and is a PCMH Certified Content Expert.  She brings that knowledge and experience across multiple clinical settings to enhance the training and implementation of Arcadia’s core products.     Under Jennifer’s leadership, Arcadia Analytics clients have been able to use training as a way to move closer to their strategic goals.

April 25, 2017

Ask Dr. Parker: Current Challenges and Opportunities for ACO Leaders?

In his latest advice column for population health leaders, Arcadia chief medical officer Rich Parker, MD shares challenges and opportunities for ACO leaders in a time of uncertainty.

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