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Context Matters: Practitioner Perspectives on Immunization Delivery Quality Improvement Efforts.

Gingold, Janet A; Briccetti, Christine; Zook, Kathleen; Gillespie, Catherine W; Gubernick, Ruth S; Moon, Rachel Y; Fu, Linda Y.
Clin Pediatr (Phila); 55(9): 825-37, 2016 08.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26743455
Uneven adherence to immunization guidelines might leave some communities vulnerable to outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases. To examine factors related to implementation of immunization delivery best practices, we analyzed responses to monthly surveys and debriefing interviews from 16 diverse pediatric practices engaged in a year-long virtual learning collaborative. The collaborative provided a toolkit, online learning sessions, performance feedback, and conference calls with a quality improvement coach. Participants used iterative plan-do-study-act cycles to implement self-selected changes in immunization practices. Descriptive statistics were applied to quantitative data; qualitative data were analyzed using a framework approach. Impediments to implementing guidelines included difficulties with electronic record systems, rigid management structures, competing priorities, and parental resistance. Facilitators included linkage with regional immunization registries, positive social interactions, and performance feedback. Findings suggest that improving immunization delivery requires not only awareness of recommendations and training in improvement methods but also efforts to ameliorate contextual factors that impede immunization delivery.
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