Patients assessed and given influenza vaccination
This measures the percentage of patients who are assessed by their health care providers and given a flu vaccine, which can reduce a person's risk of catching influenza, a serious and dangerous lung infection. Flu vaccination is the best way to reduce your risk of catching influenza. Because the types of flu change from year to year, it's important to receive a flu shot every year, preferably in the fall, before the annual flu season begins.
January 2012 - September 2012 data
For the above graph: Higher ↑ performance is better.
Why is there only one graph?
Because this is a new measure, only a limited amount of data is available. As past data on this measure becomes available, we will add another graph showing our performance over time.
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