Streamlining the burden of this year's immunization campaign

September 17, 2015 Debra Caughron, RN, COHN-S/CM

In this webinar Debra Caughron will speak about her experience of streamlining the burden of the influenza season on her occupational health clinic at a global manufacturing company.

 

Using a combination of good preparation and technology, you will learn how you can reduce the time spent on administering the vaccines themselves and the paperwork needed to track and report on your immunization programs.

 

Attend this webinar and learn:

  • Tips and tricks for smoothing the immunization process. 
  • How to ensure the information can be efficiently entered into an occupational health software system. 
  • Best practices for reporting on influenza compliance – to inform management of your program’s impact and to meet reporting requirements to external organizations.
  • From examples from case studies.

About the Author

Debra Caughron, RN, COHN-S/CM

Debra Caughron, RN, COHN-S/CM is a Client Service Consultant at Medgate. She spent the past thirty six years working in health and safety at Deere & Company. From 2008-2014, her role was to lead enterprise-wide, cross-functional implementations teams for complex software developments. These programs span 25 countries and over 1,600 registered users. Previously, she served as an enterprise-wide Occupational Health systems specialist collaborating in the administration of occupational health pr

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