Two-Dimensional (2D) Vaccine Barcoding - For Providers
This page has information and training resources for providers who participated in the 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot, as well as general information for providers unfamiliar with the pilot and guidance from the AAP for those providers interested in implementing barcode scanning in their clinics.
Although developed at the initiation of the project or after the start of the project to address ongoing challenges, most of the content of these materials address 2D barcoding issues beyond the scope of the pilot.
- Implementation Pilot for 2D Vaccine Barcode Utilization Immunizer Site Training[23 pages]
Training presentation for the Pilot providers participating in the 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot.
- 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot: Immunization Providers - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)[6 pages]
Answers to the most common questions from providers participating in the 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot.
- 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot Immunizer Training: Troubleshooting Guide and FAQ[2 pages]
Troubleshooting guide and FAQ for providers participating in the 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot.
These training videos show how to use 2D barcode scanners. There are four chapters or videos: features and benefits, scanning instructions, scanner maintenance, and next steps.
2D Vaccine Barcodes Chapter 1: Features and Benefits
2D Vaccine Barcodes Chapter 2: Scanning Instructions
2D Vaccine Barcodes Chapter 3: Scanner Maintenance
2D Vaccine Barcodes Chapter 4: Next Steps
- Implementation Pilot for 2D Vaccine Barcode Utilization Pilot Overview for Immunizers[10 pages]
Describes the rationale, purpose, and timeline for the 2D Vaccine Barcoding Pilot
- Implementing Automated Identification of Vaccine Products (AIVP) or Two Dimensional Bar Code Technology in the Clinical Practice Setting[12 pages]
Authored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), this document provides information and guidance to practitioners interested in implementing 2D barcoding in their clinics.
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