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Organizational Support for Immunization Information Systems

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CDC/NCIRD currently has a Cooperative Agreement with these organizations to forge new, and strengthen existing, partnerships with IIS stakeholders; promote the use of IIS as a standard practice in the delivery of health services, and educate stakeholders about the use and benefits of IIS. The following materials have been developed under this agreement:


Organizations Collaborating With or Supporting IIS:
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This page last modified on November 17, 2006
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