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Medicare Raises Payment for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

Medicare Raises Payment for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines News & Analysis Health Agencies Update Vaccination Priorities Delay Shots NIH Launches Program to Investigate for Higher-Risk People of Color COVID-19 in Children The National Institutes of Health (NIH) re- Prioritizing older people or older people cently launched a research program to fig- and essential workers for COVID-19 vacci- ure out why some children with COVID-19 nation, as many states have done, slows develop severe illness and how to identify eligibility for adults in some racial and eth- nic groups and for those with family those most at risk. Although they account for about 13% of incomes below the federal poverty level, allUSCOVID-19cases,currentdatashowthat according to a recent analysis by Agency mostchildreninfectedwithSARS-CoV-2don’t for Healthcare Research and Quality developseriousillness.Butsomegoontode- (AHRQ) researchers. velopmultisysteminflammatorysyndromein Using data from AHRQ’s Medical children (MIS-C), a life-threatening condi- Expenditure Panel Survey, which does not tion marked by severe inflammation of 1 or include nursing home residents or incar- more organs, including the heart, lungs, kid- cerated adults, the researchers examined neys, and brain. As of March 1, 2617 cases of how 3 different scenarios for prioritizing Placing certain people first in line for COVID-19 MIS-C had been reported to the US Centers vaccines affected various groups’ eligibility http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Medicare Raises Payment for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

JAMA , Volume 325 (16) – Apr 27, 2021

Medicare Raises Payment for Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

Abstract

News & Analysis Health Agencies Update Vaccination Priorities Delay Shots NIH Launches Program to Investigate for Higher-Risk People of Color COVID-19 in Children The National Institutes of Health (NIH) re- Prioritizing older people or older people cently launched a research program to fig- and essential workers for COVID-19 vacci- ure out why some children with COVID-19 nation, as many states have done, slows develop severe illness and how to identify eligibility for adults in some...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2021 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2021.5882
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Abstract

News & Analysis Health Agencies Update Vaccination Priorities Delay Shots NIH Launches Program to Investigate for Higher-Risk People of Color COVID-19 in Children The National Institutes of Health (NIH) re- Prioritizing older people or older people cently launched a research program to fig- and essential workers for COVID-19 vacci- ure out why some children with COVID-19 nation, as many states have done, slows develop severe illness and how to identify eligibility for adults in some racial and eth- nic groups and for those with family those most at risk. Although they account for about 13% of incomes below the federal poverty level, allUSCOVID-19cases,currentdatashowthat according to a recent analysis by Agency mostchildreninfectedwithSARS-CoV-2don’t for Healthcare Research and Quality developseriousillness.Butsomegoontode- (AHRQ) researchers. velopmultisysteminflammatorysyndromein Using data from AHRQ’s Medical children (MIS-C), a life-threatening condi- Expenditure Panel Survey, which does not tion marked by severe inflammation of 1 or include nursing home residents or incar- more organs, including the heart, lungs, kid- cerated adults, the researchers examined neys, and brain. As of March 1, 2617 cases of how 3 different scenarios for prioritizing Placing certain people first in line for COVID-19 MIS-C had been reported to the US Centers vaccines affected various groups’ eligibility

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 27, 2021

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