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Reporting H1N1 Vaccination Clinics

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    Posted by: Maria Brewer, Hendricks Regional Health

    Date: January 13, 2010, 4:37 pm

    Has anyone else reported H1N1 Vaccination clinics? We are trying to find a way to account for H1N1 Vaccination clinics that were provided to the community. While we provided the H1N1 vaccination for free, we did charge an administration free.

    However, if the patient did not have insurance or if the insurance didn’t cover it, the administration fee was written off. Do we count the cost of the vaccines for all that were given, or can we only report the administration fees that were written off?


    Response: Tina Heater, Saint Francis Medical Center – Grand Island

    Date: January 13, 2010, 5:13 pm

    I would say count the cost of the vaccine, and staff time to administer, then offset by the administrative fee that was collected.

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