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BMC Health Services Research

, 16:211

Organization, structure and delivery of healthcare

Abstract

BackgroundIt is an important goal to vaccinate a high proportion of health care providers HCPs against influenza, to prevent transmission to patients. Different aspects of how a HCP vaccination campaign is conducted may be linked to different vaccination rates. We sought to characterize organizational factors and practices that were associated with vaccination campaign success among six sites within the Veterans Health Administration, where receipt of flu-vaccination is voluntary.

MethodWe conducted a total of 31 telephone interviews with key informants who were involved with HCP flu vaccination campaigns at three sites with high-vaccination rates and three sites with low-vaccination rates. We compared the organization and management of the six sites’ campaigns using constant comparison methods, characterzing themes and analyzing data iteratively.

ResultsThree factors distinguished sites with high flu vaccination rates from those with low vaccination rates. 1 High levels of executive leadership involvement: demonstrating visible support, fostering new ideas, facilitating resources, and empowering flu team members; 2 Positive flu team characteristics: high levels of collaboration, sense of campaign ownership, sense of empowerment to meet challenges, and adequate time and staffing dedicated to the campaign; and 3 Several concrete strong practices emerged: advance planning, easy access to the vaccine, ability to track employee vaccination status, use of innovative methods to educate staff, and use of audit and feedback to promote targeted efforts to reach unvaccinated employees.

ConclusionSuccessful HCP flu campaigns shared several recognizable characteristics, many of which are amenable to adoption or emulation by programs hoping to improve their vaccination rates.

KeywordsHealth care provider Influenza vaccine Organizational factors Positive deviance method Qualitative study Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-s12913-016-1462-y contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Zayd Razouki - Troy Knighton - Richard A. Martinello - Pamela R. Hirsch - Kathleen M. McPhaul - Adam J. Rose - Megan Mc

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