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CMS Interim Final Rule on the Vaccine Mandate

On November 4, 2021, the Centers for Medicare, and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued an Interim Final Rule with Comment Period (IFC) outlining how the federal COVID-19 vaccine requirement for health care providers, including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), will be implemented. The rule was published following a September 9, 2021, announcement by the Biden administration that the COVID-19 vaccine will be required for Medicare and Medicaid certified facilities.

Under the Interim Final Rule with Comment Period, health centers have until January 4, 2022, for staff, students, volunteers, and trainees to be vaccinated and implementation will occur in two phases. By December 6, 2021, staff must have received their first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Health centers must also have policies and procedures in place to implement the rule by December 6. By January 4, 2022, staff must have completed their vaccinations.

 

 

Help Patients Get a FREE Smartphone

TPCA Members, help your eligible patients get wireless service and a smartphone FREE for the duration of the EBB program! You can identify and enroll eligible subscribers through Sano Connect, a product of Sano Health, LLC.


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TPCA's HIT Manager.

2021 CHC Site Guide

Looking to learn more about Tennessee's Community Health Centers? View profiles on each of TPCA's members, their services, and patients in our 2021 CHC Site Guide.


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TPCA Blog

The 340B Drug Pricing Program is a key element of community health centers' ability to expand access to affordable medications and other services to patients.

Check out the latest TPCA 340B legislation blog posts.