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Immunization Technical Assistance

Adolescent immunizations

One of the CCO incentive metrics is immunizations for adolescents, which includes HPV, Tdap and meningococcal vaccines by age 13.

Recorded presentations

Webinar: Help adolescents get back on track with immunizations. You are the key to HPV cancer prevention 

Oregon has seen reduced adolescent immunization rates across the state during COVID-19, while in-person adolescent well visits were put on hold. As those visits begin to resume, this recorded webinar (hosted by the Oregon Pacific Areas Health Education Center) will help all immunization providers make an effective recommendation for HPV vaccination and answer parent's questions. The recording, along with other upcoming or recorded OPAHEC webinars, is available on the OPAHEC website or the OPAHEC YouTube channel.  

Resources for providers working with vaccine-hesitant parents

  1. Boost Oregon: A parent-led community that educates Oregonians about the safety and benefits of childhood vaccinations.
  2. CDC: Provider resources to help health care professionals start or continue vaccine conversations with parents
  3. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center: Complete, up-to-date and reliable information about vaccines to parents and healthcare professionals.

Quality improvement technical assistance

Training and quality improvement support for childhood and adolescent immunizations may be available through the Oregon Immunization Program's Immunization Quality Improvement for Providers (IQIP) program. More resources are available on the Immunization Providers page.


Anona Gund:

CCO incentive measure technical specifications and guidance documents are available from the Office of Health Analytics.

Childhood immunizations

The Transformation Center has previously provided technical assistance in this area and applicable resources are available in the resource table below.