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Reminder Cards and Immunization Rates Among Latinos and the Rural Poor in Northeast Colorado
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine
Objective: Immunization rates are static in the United States. Risk factors for not being up to date (UTD) include ethnicity and lower socioeconomic status. Reminder cards increase immunization rates in urban settings. Their effect in poor, Latino, and rural children is unknown. Background: Language-appropriate reminder cards were sent to active patients not UTD listing the vaccines missing; the card served as the physician order for the vaccine. Missed opportunities were addressed throughdoi:10.3122/jabfm.2007.06.060071 pmid:17954866 fatcat:ocd4ndu2cndpleqmefpqhp3kv4