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LeadingAge Ohio All Member Q & A Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Colleen Lavelle
39:48
what kind of emergency response plan did you have in place in case of adverse reaction?
judy budi
41:01
Montgomery County Public Health held a vaccine clinic for home health yesterday and again on Wednesday. Hopefully other home health employees are getting access to vaccine from the local health department.
Allison Salopeck
41:32
Regardless of their location, you can include them in whatever community they spend time in.
Rachele Rosa
42:24
the pharmacy brings with them an emergency kit in case of adverse reactions and this does include an epi pen.
Arlene Jaroscak
44:24
Which vaccine did you receive, Pfizer or Moderna?
Kathryn Brod
44:38
Pfizer
Rachele Rosa
44:41
Jennings received Pfizer
Rachele Rosa
51:17
Hi Mike, that was a thought, however..it will not allow you to sign up more than 1 person every 15 minutes. so do your own schedule with the understanding that they will need to be monitored for 15 min after
judy budi
51:29
what % of Jennings staff got the vaccine?
Allison Salopeck
53:21
Jennings had 108 staff vaccinated- this is about 60% of the number who is included in the nursing home bi-weekly testing
Michael Ray
57:09
Can they recap separately the % of participation for residents and for staff?
Stephanie Finkenthal
58:35
I gave them the copied cards
Barbara Thomas
59:07
Thank you Alison for sharing that there was not a lot of emphasis on the insurance card infor. We have lots of folks stressing to get it all right.
Seth Vilensky
01:00:30
what is happening with agency nursing staff? Seems important to get them vaccinated...can facilities vaccinate them?
Barbara Thomas
01:02:38
If this has already been mentioned, I'm sorry... did you have any way to ask staff to track any physical symptoms from the shot and what level of discomfort? (ie aches, fever, sore arm
Barbara Thomas
01:05:24
Back to symptoms following the shots... did you have a higher percentage of call offs the next day after the 93 staff who took the shot?
Stephanie Finkenthal
01:05:53
hand outs were available -
Barbara Thomas
01:07:21
One call off??? Wow, that is worth wide sharing. There is a big fear by health care organizations including hospitals that they will have a large number call off due to the expected symptoms
judy budi
01:09:41
In fact Springdale Health Department has enough vaccine they are offering to vaccinate our residents with intellectual disabilities in Cincinnati so your suggestion to connect with Public Health is right on.
Karen Lowe
01:11:22
Hi Mary, the recording will be available on our COVID hub.
judy budi
01:11:38
Thanks to the panelists and to LAO for keeping us informed
judy budi
01:12:20
At Bethany CVS accepted copies of the Face Sheet with the insurance numbers.
Karen Lowe
01:13:02
If you would like to ask a question live, you may click "raise hand" and I can unmute your line.
Kathryn Brod
01:13:36
Stephanie and Susan … anything to add?
Susan Wallace
01:14:10
Nope! This is great.
Colleen Lavelle
01:14:51
will ongoing testing be required for those who receive the vaccine?
Barbara Thomas
01:15:00
We absolutely expect our staff or residents who do not get the vaccine will be wearing masks for a long period in any of our public spaces.
Michael Ray
01:17:37
I have heard of two providers who were paying their employees to take the vaccine ($100 to $150). Any feedback on that idea?
Barbara Thomas
01:19:04
We are doing drawings ….vs. personal incentive
Michael Ray
01:19:16
What are the cons to giving a financial incentive?
Robert Burns
01:19:33
Has there been any discussion or consideration for providing each person who has completed the two-step vaccination process a proof of vaccination card?
Barbara Thomas
01:21:35
Do you envision Re-opening your IL or SCC dining rooms for all those who have been vaccinated