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Education and Outreach Becoming More Critical in COVID Vaccine Rollout

It’s encouraging that in the ongoing battle against the pandemic, we’re continually seeing greater vaccination coverage and momentum in the vaccine rollout. For the last two weeks straight, the U.S. has dispensed more than 3 million doses of the COVID vaccine daily. The following is a look at some other ways we’re succeeding in fighting the pandemic and also some areas identified for increased education and outreach efforts.

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Patients More Comfortable Returning to Care With COVID Vaccine Rollout

In much-welcomed news for healthcare organizations, there’s new evidence that the ramped-up deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine isn’t just helping get more shots in arms but that it’s also helping patients feel safer about returning to the doctor.

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COVID-19 Relief Bill, PPP Funding Options for Providers

Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill into law. But what does it mean in terms of financial relief for healthcare organizations and what kind of funding options are currently available to providers? Let’s unpack the new legislation a bit and see what resources may be available to providers. We’ll also take a look at the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and funding relief options is offers providers.

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5 Ways to Connect With Patients in Post-Vaccine COVID World

We are witnessing the dawn of a new world. One where we are seeing increases in the numbers of individuals who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. What does this mean for healthcare, the patient experience, improving lines of communication, and patient engagement? Glad you asked! Here are five new ways to approach connection with patients while simultaneously addressing awareness and support for COVID-19 vaccination, building transparency, and educating and empowering patients to have meaningful conversations with their doctor about immunization.

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Don’t Leave It to Luck: March Is an Opportune Time for Recall

Timing can be everything when it comes to preventive care. Patients want to be quickly alerted of potential health concerns before they become problems. Similarly, healthcare organizations want to be able to administer exams and tests early on so patients can avoid diseases and other major health issues.

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CDC Tips for Before and After Patients Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine is accelerating across the country with 75.2 million doses distributed to the states and 64.1 million doses administered to patients, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Making Progress Against the Virus

Though a host of challenges remain, there’s much cause for optimism as the global fight against COVID-19 intensifies and vaccine rollout efforts accelerate in February 2021.

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Preparing Patients for the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: What You Need to Know

Cindy Williams, vice president and chief pharmacy officer at Riverside Health System, and Leslie Baker, chief experience officer of Adjuvant.Health powered by Allied Physicians Group, presented the webinar “The COVID-19 Vaccine Is Being Distributed: Now What?” on Jan. 27.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Prioritization Phases and Approvals

The situation is changing so rapidly when it comes to America’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution and prioritization strategy that if you blink, you might miss something important.

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Healthcare Awareness: Inviting Patients Back for Critical Preventive Care

For the better part of a year, health organizations’ focus, and rightly so, has been on the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping patients safe, and more recently, distributing the vaccine. But it’s also important to recognize that due to fear of the coronavirus, many patients have avoided getting the care they need. Roughly 87 percent of healthcare leaders cited safety as the reason patients have deferred care during the pandemic.

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