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LeadingAge Ohio All Member Q & A Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne Shelley
44:35
yes
Jennifer Taylor
01:07:19
https://willow-brook.org/coronavirus-updates/
Anne Shelley
01:07:40
Thanks Jen!
Anne Shelley
01:10:40
Dr Peter Hucek
Stephanie DeWees
01:13:41
https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/toolkits/long-term-care/faqs.htmlWhat if the HCP or resident is onsite at a LTCF for the 1st dose but not the 2nd dose?Each person getting the COVID-19 vaccine will receive a vaccination record card to make sure they receive the correct vaccine for the second dose.People who receive the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at a LTCF but are not onsite to receive the second dose may bring their vaccination record card to another provider administering vaccine in their area to complete the vaccine series. It is important that the same vaccine is administered for the second dose. (e.g., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna).Pharmacy partners may also work with your facility to allow HCP and former residents to come to the facility during future clinics, or go to their local retail pharmacy store to get vaccinated, but this will need to be coordinated locally and may vary across facilities. Please reach out directly to pharmacy partners with additional questions.Will there be addition
Stephanie DeWees
01:15:03
Will there be additional opportunities for LTCF residents to be vaccinated outside of the Pharmacy Partnership for LTC Program?Yes. After the initial phase of vaccinations, facilities may continue working with the federal pharmacy partner they were matched with or shift to another pharmacy provider that is enrolled with the jurisdiction to provide ongoing COVID-19 vaccination. In addition, states are working to ensure facilities that did not sign up for the program receive vaccine through local health departments or other channels.Will there be additional opportunities for LTCF staff to be vaccinated outside of the Pharmacy Partnership for LTC Program?Yes. Staff in LTCFs are HCP and have many options to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in their state or jurisdiction, including Points of Dispensing (PODs) and health department clinics. In addition, states are working to ensure facilities that did not sign up for the program receive vaccine through local health departments or other channels.
Stephanie DeWees
01:18:32
https://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/letters/covid19-mrna.html
Anne Shelley
01:18:43
From Stephanie DeWees to All Panelists: 11:59 AMhttps://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/toolkits/long-term-care/faqs.htmlWhat if the HCP or resident is onsite at a LTCF for the 1st dose but not the 2nd dose?Each person getting the COVID-19 vaccine will receive a vaccination record card to make sure they receive the correct vaccine for the second dose.People who receive the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at a LTCF but are not onsite to receive the second dose may bring their vaccination record card to another provider administering vaccine in their area to complete the vaccine series. It is important that the same vaccine is administered for the second dose. (e.g., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna).Pharmacy partners may also work with your facility to allow HCP and former residents to come to the facility during future clinics, or go to their local retail pharmacy store to get vaccinated, but this will need to be coordinated locally and may vary across facilities. Please reach out directly to
Anne Shelley
01:19:07
From Stephanie DeWees to All Panelists: 12:04 PMWill there be additional opportunities for LTCF residents to be vaccinated outside of the Pharmacy Partnership for LTC Program?Yes. After the initial phase of vaccinations, facilities may continue working with the federal pharmacy partner they were matched with or shift to another pharmacy provider that is enrolled with the jurisdiction to provide ongoing COVID-19 vaccination. In addition, states are working to ensure facilities that did not sign up for the program receive vaccine through local health departments or other channels.Will there be additional opportunities for LTCF staff to be vaccinated outside of the Pharmacy Partnership for LTC Program?Yes. Staff in LTCFs are HCP and have many options to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in their state or jurisdiction, including Points of Dispensing (PODs) and health department clinics. In addition, states are working to ensure facilities that did not sign up for the program receive vaccine through local heal
Stephanie DeWees
01:22:11
https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/toolkits/long-term-care/faqs.htmlWhat if the HCP or resident is onsite at a LTCF for the 1st dose but not the 2nd dose?Each person getting the COVID-19 vaccine will receive a vaccination record card to make sure they receive the correct vaccine for the second dose.People who receive the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at a LTCF but are not onsite to receive the second dose may bring their vaccination record card to another provider administering vaccine in their area to complete the vaccine series. It is important that the same vaccine is administered for the second dose. (e.g., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna).Pharmacy partners may also work with your facility to allow HCP and former residents to come to the facility during future clinics, or go to their local retail pharmacy store to get vaccinated, but this will need to be coordinated locally and may vary across facilities. Please reach out directly toFrom Stephanie DeWees to All Panelists: 12:04 PMWill there be add
Stephanie DeWees
01:28:20
Larry you are a great leader!