The COVID-19 pandemic has forced health care employers across the country to contemplate vaccine mandates for their employees. Brian Dean Abramson, author of Vaccine, Vaccination, and Immunization Law, speaks to Denise M. Hill, Associate Professor of Practice in Public Administration at Drake University and author of AHLA's recent publication, Vaccine Mandates in the Health Care Workplace: A Legal Analysis for Employers, about the factors employers should consider when deciding whether to implement vaccine mandates at their workplaces. They discuss how to structure a vaccine mandate that accounts for employees who don’t want to be vaccinated, the impact of recent case law and state actions, and ways to engage with vaccine hesitancy.
Watch the full conversation here.
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