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The FluWise Patient Engagement Digital Toolkit was created to help you promote your flu clinics and engage your patients to bring them into your office for their flu shot. It includes social media posts, push notification and voice messaging templates, email and letter templates, patient education resources and MORE!
Keep up with the latest flu surveillance reports, strain composition, recommendations, news and highlights, package inserts, print materials, storage guidelines, web tools and more.
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Health systems’ supply chains play an important role in providing clinicians with the freedom to focus on care and not on supply chain activities. Here are four ways supply chain can provide clinicians with a holistic flu program, encompassing prevention, diagnostics and treatment.
|Assess your flu vaccine utilization from the previous flu season and account for any unexpected business changes that may add or subtract from your current usage
Finalize your pre-book and submit
|Select tentative dates for your Flu Vaccination Event
Review your pre-book and make adjustments if necessary
Order flu vaccination supplies (needles, syringes, gloves, alcohol prep pads, etc.)
|Get ready – most flu shots are given in the fall months, so be ready to administer flu vaccines on request
Finalize your Flu Vaccination Event dates after you have scheduled delivery of your vaccine. This will help minimize the need to reschedule due to unexpected delays
|Don’t stop vaccinating – flu activity may not peak until February or March. The CDC recommends continued flu vaccination efforts throughout the season
Plan ahead – the CDC will soon be announcing the strain composition for the upcoming flu season
It’s never too early to start planning next year’s flu pre-book