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Follow a few simple steps to ensure safety with vaccines

give. Federal law also requires that every patient who gets a vaccination in your office receive an official and current VIS. ... Refrigerators. Do your refrigerators have signs indicating their use? You should store vaccines and other medications
March 2008

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP's and Annals of Internal Medicine's third virtual COVID-19 vaccine forum on Jan. ... 22 focused on the allocation and distribution of available vaccines. Four invited experts offered their perspectives, including Capt.
March 2021

A second vaccine against pneumonia recommended for seniors

For over 30 years a pneumococcal vaccine called Pneumovax 23 has been recommended for everyone 65 and over. ... The generic name for Pneumovax 23 is PPSV23, 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine.
May 2022

General internists crucial to raising adult immunization rates

Patients need to clearly hear that their physician recommends that they should receive vaccines and stresses their importance, for example by saying, “You should receive the pneumococcal vaccine today because it ... registries. Clinicians who do not
October 2015

Be proactive about managing hepatitis B

If all tests come back negative, the patient has never been exposed, and the vaccine can be administered, Dr. ... 2017;167:794-804. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Hepatitis B vaccination—United States, 1982-2002.
April 2018

Medicare, many insurers announce coding rules for H1N1

The vaccine administration will be covered for members whose benefit plans cover vaccines. ... vaccine. Medicare will pay for seasonal flu vaccinations even if the vaccinations are rendered earlier in the year than normal.
November 2009

Army physicians on the front line of infectious disease research

In addition to the influenza vaccine in 1945, vaccines attributed at least in part to the collaboration of military physicians and scientists include ones for rubella in 1969; adenovirus types 4 ... WRAIR is also focused on development of a preventive
February 2010

Clearing up confusion over Medicare coverage for vaccines

Unfortunately, vaccines often have specific storage requirements, such as freezing, that may make it unfeasible to rely on patients to transport the vaccine. ... A: For vaccines that are covered under Medicare Part B, physicians receive payments for both
March 2008

Allergy may not be absolute obstacle to COVID-19 vaccine Allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines are rare but remain a source of concern. ... Kelso said. While physicians and other clinicians overseeing
April 2021

Getting patients to ‘yes' on COVID-19 vaccines

biggest anticipated obstacles to widespread vaccination: vaccine hesitancy. ... 16 “ACP and Annals of Internal Medicine COVID-19 Vaccine Forum II, Promoting COVID-19 Vaccination: What Physicians Need to Know.”.
January 2021

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