Georgia Vaccine Protocol Agreement

(11) require the vaccine recipient as a precondition for the administration of the vaccine to remain under surveillance of the drug pharma- or maintenance immediately after the administration of the vaccine for less than 15 minutes; 3. The actions or omissions of a pharmacist or nurse in accordance with a vaccination protocol, including the administration of a vaccine or adrenaline. (17) Be renewed or updated every two years by the doctor and health care professional or pharmacist. A vaccination protocol that is not renewed every two years expires. (m) In this “Code” section, there is no interpretation of a doctor`s agreement on the vaccination protocol. A public or private health care system, health plan, hospital, insurance company or similar organization cannot require a physician, pharmacist or nurse to issue a vaccination protocol agreement as a condition for participation or reimbursement of that facility. (j) a delegated physician may not simultaneously conclude a vaccination protocol with or a combination of more than ten pharmacists or nurses; However, provided that, notwithstanding the geographic restrictions on subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a delegated physician with more than ten pharmacists or nurses or a combination of it may, at any time, conclude a vaccination protocol or any combination of it, as long as pharmacists or nurses are in the same area of public health as stipulated in section 31-3-15 of the code. (3) vaccines containing a live attenuated virus for a child under the age of 13; (12) contain procedures for monitoring the onset of an adverse event or complication, including the administration of epinephrine when prescribed by vaccine prescription in a vaccination protocol; (3) require the pharmacist/nurse to take an appropriate case history and determine whether the patient has undergone a physical examination in the past year and is not administering a vaccine to a patient with a condition for which such a vaccine is contraindicted; (14) desire, that the pharmacist or health professional maintain individual liability insurance coverage or be covered individually by his employer`s liability insurance coverage amounting to at least $250,000 to cover the rights arising from the administration of vaccines by the pharmacist or health professional in accordance with a vaccination protocol and to provide the physician with proof that he is submitted to the committee with the vaccination protocol. The pharmacist or nurse keeps, upon request, a copy of the proof of insurance, including the name of the insurer and the insurance number, on its main site for inspection by the Georgian Drug and Narcotics Agency; (8) “vaccine”, a specially manufactured antigen that, after administration to a person, gives rise to immunity against influenza, pneumococcus, shingles or meningitis. No attenuated life should be administered according to this section of the code, unless the patient or his or her parent, if a minor signs informed consent, does not have a contraindication for this vaccine.

The informed consent form indicates the vaccine`s contraindications. (10) “vaccination protocol,” a written document agreed upon and signed by a physician and a pharmacist or a physician and a nurse, by which the doctor prescribes a vaccine and an epinphrine, provided that the doctor determines it by a vaccine mandate to be administered by a pharmacist or nurse.

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