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RE: Pediatric Immunization Logic  nanthr-@msn.com
 Aug 23, 2004 14:33 PDT 

Do you know if it is one of a number designed to capture immunizations that
children have had from various sources into one registry and/or whether or
not it has a reminder system?

-----Original Message-----
From: Becky.-@med.va.gov [mailto:Becky.-@med.va.gov]
Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 5:14 PM
To: hard-@topica.com
Subject: RE: [HARDHATS] Pediatric Immunization Logic

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Nancy, I have been out of touch for a few months (audits, JCAHO, etc.) but
wanted to let you know that the State of Washington has started its own
immunization tracking package. Perhaps someone from the University of
Washington is involved with that package. Am assuming it is in MUMPS, but
since I haven't actually seen the package, am not sure. I do know, however,
that the UW Physician's Network also has an immunization module.

Hope this helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: nanthr-@msn.com [mailto:nanthr-@msn.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 4:56 AM
To: hard-@topica.com; Kevin Toppenberg; Paul Fu Jr.; Wayne Brandes
Subject: RE: [HARDHATS] Pediatric Immunization Logic

Sounds good. I am going to add you to our little group of volunteers. We
are going to try to "meet" soon to talk strategy and others are planning to
scour the Internet as well. I was hoping to use Skype to meet
(www.Skype.com), but it may be we will exceed the number that can have a
conference with that (5), so I am planning to look into TeamSpeak at
www.TeamSpeak.org unless someone has a better idea. I can run the server on
my machine.

-----Original Message-----
From: John Leo Zimmer [mailto:jl-@novia.net]
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 1:20 AM
To: Hardhats
Subject: RE: [HARDHATS] Pediatric Immunization Logic

On Tue, 2004-06-22 at 12:51, W Brandes wrote:

I recently completed a project that included putting
the CDC tuberculosis treatment guideline algorithms
into code-able form using decision tables,
from which an if-then cascade can easily be created.


Let's code the tuberculosis algorithm first.
It will be a useful addition in its own right...
especially in the third world.
(e.g. Sierra Leone or downtown Atlanta)

Then we could pattern similar decision tables with a successful
prototype already complete. The complex part will come in managing
combination products, like Pediarix, which gives five immunizations in
one needle. But we start with each ingredient and build the algorithm
for each.

Sounds like fun to me.

There are also systems for tracking childhood immunizations in many
states, including Iowa. I'll look into that tomorrow. There may be
software already available.


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