Public Testimony, Charge #8, ImmTrac Registry - Part One

Public Testimony, Charge #8, ImmTrac Registry - Part One

This is video I took of the first two people to address the Texas Senate Committe on Health and Human Services at the end of the discussion on Charge #8 -H1N1 Vaccine Distribution/ImmTrac Registry. The second person to give public testimony is Chuck Young, Treasurer and Founder of Texans for Accountable Government. I included text of Mr. Young's testimony at the end of the video in case the audio was not clear.

Keep track of your child's vaccines with ImmTrac

Keep track of your child's vaccines with ImmTrac

This video provides information for expectant parents and new mothers about the benefits of keeping track of their child’s immunizations through ImmTrac, the Texas immunization registry. It encourages parents to register their newborn in ImmTrac before leaving the hospital.

Public Testimony, Charge #8, ImmTrac Registry - Part Two

Public Testimony, Charge #8, ImmTrac Registry - Part Two

This is video I took of the final three people to give public testimony to the Texas Senate Committe on Health and Human Services at the end of the discussion on Charge #8 -H1N1 Vaccine Distribution/ImmTrac Registry.

Doctors Say “Improve ImmTrac and Emergency Response”

Doctors Say “Improve ImmTrac and Emergency Response”

TMA’s Legislative News Hotline for March 6, 2015 covers testimony by Kim Avila Edwards, MD, in support of a bill to improve ImmTrac, Texas’ immunization registry. Dr. Avila Edwards gave the House Public Health Committee several reasons why the bill, HB 465, is a good idea. And with memory of the Ebola crisis affecting patients in Dallas still fresh, Donald Murphey, MD, testified in support of a bill by Sen. Charles Schwertner, MD, which would improve Texas’ emergency response to infectious disease outbreaks.

(En Español) Keep track of your child's vaccines with ImmTrac.

(En Español) Keep track of your child's vaccines with ImmTrac.

This video provides information for expectant parents and new mothers about the benefits of keeping track of their childs immunizations through ImmTrac, the Texas immunization registry. It encourages parents to register their newborn in ImmTrac before leaving the hospital. http://tinyurl.com/TXImmTrac http://www.immunizetexas.com/

How to Register a Patient

How to Register a Patient

Introducing Informed Consent Action Network

Introducing Informed Consent Action Network

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Mantenga el récord de vacunas de su hijo con ImmTrac

Mantenga el récord de vacunas de su hijo con ImmTrac

This video provides information for expectant parents and new mothers about the benefits of keeping track of their child’s immunizations through ImmTrac, the Texas immunization registry. It encourages parents to register their newborn in ImmTrac before leaving the hospital.

Immunization Registry

Immunization Registry

Learn about a program that can help you keep up to date with your childs immunizations. 0 to 5 in 30 Minutes! is a product of Valley Public Television. The program is sponsored by First 5 Fresno County, First 5 Tulare County, and First 5 Madera County.

Menu 9. Immunization Registries Data Submission

Menu 9. Immunization Registries Data Submission

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