Clinical protocolStanding orders, risk stratification forms and hospital transition protocols

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    Flu Vaccine Standing Orders

    See an example of standing orders to administer the flu vaccine, developed by one LEAP site. The standing orders include a statement of purpose, guidelines, and recommendations by age of patient. As noted in the standing order, the listed vaccines can be administered by any appropriate staff members by following the protocol, without need for a physician evaluation or order.

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    Standing Orders for clinic staff

    See an example of standing orders from one LEAP site, which allow team members to order labs and perform some services for some patients automatically without provider pre-approval. This helps provide high quality care for patients, particularly those with diabetes, hypertension, COPD, asthma, and depression. Furthermore, team members can perform labs at community health fairs based on these standing orders.

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    Standing Orders for non-physician personnel

    See an example of standing orders from one LEAP site, which allow team members to refill medications, draw labs, administer vaccines, and perform other services without direct order from a physician.

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    Diabetes Protocol for Medical Assistants

    See an example of standing orders from one LEAP site, where the Care Team MA can perform tasks related to diabetes care without first consulting a provider.

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