How To Boost Vaccine Rates For Low Income Families

But public health officials are optimistic that immunization registries, which are already operational to various extents in all states except New Hampshire — which is in the process of launching one — can help reduce the disparities in vaccination rates based on income, geography and race or ethnicity. Officials would like to not only identify patients who are due for vaccinations, but also to reveal population groups whose immunization rates could be improved using targeted campaigns.

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