Lee et al.’s paper, “Evaluation of Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination Among Newly Arrived Refugees (2017) evaluated the the overall connection of vaccination information for refugees vaccinated overseas with the US Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. The authors followed the documentation from when the refugees were first vaccinated to when they arrived in the United States. By analyzing data from 14 states, Lee et al. were able to determine which refugees were vaccinated, why, and how their health files were connected to a larger bureaucratic system. The authors wanted to determine the overall accessibility of information between refugee health clinics and state information immunization systems. Lee et al. concluded that the vaccination documentation was available when needed and further collaboration between refugee health clinics and states would allow for yet more accessibility.