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COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

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COVID-19 vaccine distribution updates - view recordings & materials

COVID-19 Vaccines for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised People - CDC recommends people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised should receive an additional dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine after the initial 2 doses.

Indiana Allocation Plan, October 2020
Latest update from ISDH, December 18, 2020
Latest update from ISDH, December 31, 2020

FDA COVID-19 Vaccine EUAs:
 
Pfizer/BioNTech - issued December 11 for individuals 16 and older Pfizer vaccine resources
Moderna - issued December 18 for individuals 18 and older
Additional FDA COVID-19 Resources
 
Vaccine Administration Reimbursement Information:

IHCP Bulletin December 15, 2020

IHCP Bulletin December 17, 2020

IHCP Bulletin January 14, 2021 - Pharmacists  may now submit vaccination pharmacy claims ordered and administered by a pharmacist under the pharmacy's NPI and the pharmacist as the prescriber

IHCP Bulletin January 21, 2021 - Reimbursement updates for COVID-19 vaccine administration

CMS Toolkit: Coverage and Reimbursement of COVID-19 Vaccines, Vaccine Administration, and Cost Sharing under Medicaid, CHIP, and Basic Health Program - Last updated December 17, 2020

CMS FAQ Medicare Fee-for-Service Billing

CMS COVID-19 Vaccines and Monoclonal Antibodies Medicare Part B Payments

NCPDP Billing Guidance for COVID-19 Vaccines

Reimbursement for Uninsured Patients - testing, treatment and vaccine adminstration

NACDS Summary of CMS' Fourth Interim Final Rule - information related to COVID-19 vaccine administration and testing

CPT Codes for Vaccine Administration

UnitedHealthcare Guidance

Additional Resources:

Vaccine Finder - provider factsheet on vaccinefinder.org

MedFinder - provider factsheet on medfinder.org, a site that helps patients find pharmacies with influenza anti-viral drugs

USP Operational Considerations for Sterile Compounding During COVID19 Pandemic - updated December 15, 2020 with information regarding COVID-19 vaccine

APhA: Authority to ImmunizeReimbursement for Administration

CMS COVID-19 Partner Resources - resources from CMS, HHS, CDC and others

APhA and Washington State University’s Pharmacy-based Immunizations for Pediatric Patients

Preventing Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration (SIRVA) - Vaccine administration resource from APhA

ASHP COVID-19 Vaccine Security, Storage and Handling Resource Guide

CPESN Best Practices

CDC Resources:

HHS Resources:

Expands the scope of PREP Act immunity to cover potentially more healthcare providers who could administer COVID-19 and other vaccines by modifying and clarifying what CPR and other training is required for certain pharmacists, pharmacy interns, and pharmacy technicians to order or administer childhood or COVID-19 vaccines pursuant to the PREP Act declaration.

Secretary Xavier Becerra amends section V of the Declaration to revise subsections (d) and (f); clarifying that pharmacy technicians are considered Qualified Persons covered by the Declaration. This amendment will expand their scope of authority to also administer the seasonal influenza vaccines to adults within the state they are authorized to practice. As qualified persons, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy interns will be afforded liability protection in accordance with the PREP Act and the terms of this amended Declaration.
 

Childhood Covid-19 Vaccine Resources