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The Epidemiology of U.S. immunization law; a national study for the National Immunizations [i.e., Immunization]] Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention : Medicaid coverage of immunizations for non-institutionalized adults
  • Published Date:
    November 2003
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  • Corporate Authors:
    George Washington University, Center for Health Services Research and Policy. ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; National Immunization Program (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
  • Series:
    Report (George Washington University. Center for Health Services Research and Policy)
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  • Description:
    "This review is the second in a series of studies produced under a cooperative agreement funded by the National Immunizations Program (NIP), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which describes the different health insurance coverage options available to individuals and families in the United States for acquiring medically appropriate immunizations. This report is a descriptive, nation-wide, point-in-time analysis detailing the provision of immunization services to adult beneficiaries of Medicaid. Children are excluded from this study because all Medicaid-enrolled children under age 21 are legally entitled to all ACIP recommended vaccines as a matter of federal law. In the case of adults however, states have broad discretion over coverage choices. The purpose of this project is to facilitate planning for future national immunization policy by providing the NIP with up-to-date information regarding the accessibility of immunizations throughout the life span, and to identify possible gaps in coverage among the various health care delivery systems." - p. 2

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