Identify missed opportunities in adolescent immunizations and data to improve care. The King County Health Improvement Partnership (K-CHIP) will support three cohorts of clinics to increase adolescent vaccination coverage.
Over a 6-month period, clinics will identify opportunities to increase adolescent vaccinations; implement improvements; receive regular data and coaching; and participate in a community of clinics working toward the same goals.
|Sarah Rafton, MSW ||
|Doug Opel, MD, MPH ||
|Christiann Stapf, MSW || Public Health – Seattle & King County|
| Jeff Duchin, MD || Public Health – Seattle & King County |
|Anisa Ibrahim, MD, FAAP ||
|Ed Marcuse, MD, MPH, FAAP ||WCAAP Vaccine Committee |
|Sheryl Morelli, MD, MS, FAAP ||WCAAP Health Care Transformation Committee |
|Sara Rigel, MPH, CHES ||Public Health – Seattle & King County – School-Based Health Center Program |
|Laura Widdice, RN ||Renton School District |
|Jasmin Zavala, MD, MPH ||SeaMar |
|Sherri Zorn, MD, FAAP ||WCAAP Vaccine Committee |
|Michele Roberts ||Department of Health – Immunization Program |
|Kathy Bay ||Department of Health – Immunization Program |
|Suzanne Swadener ||Health Care Authority |