78 cases received compensation, while 42 cases were denied. Therefore, this report probably only represents a tiny fraction of the actual number of people harmed or killed by vaccines, since it is so difficult to fight the government in court to win a settlement. As you can see from the report below, it takes years to reach a settlement, with the longest case below being settled after 11 years.These services may include preventative care, acute care, specialized services, laboratory services, surgery, outpatient care, etc., and are provided to persons who come to the facility to receive services and depart from the facility on the same day.An individual health care provider was defined as a licensed health care professional.) The trend towards losing nurses over the mandatory flu vaccine has continued this flu season, in 2013-2014.For example, Dreonna Breton, a registered nurse in Pennsylvania, lost her job recently due to refusing the vaccine based on medical reasons.An ensure law was identified if the facility is required to arrange for vaccination of, or make certain that any HCW/patient has been vaccinated against, any vaccine-preventable disease, unless a medical, religious, or philosophical exemption to the law is specified or the vaccination is refused.Hepatitis B requirements were divided into "screening" and "reporting" laws.
How effective are flu vaccines, especially since virus strains keep changing?
(See: Brave Nurses Lose Jobs to Stand on Principle and Refuse Forced Vaccinations) Unfortunately, many of our nation’s best nurses were already lost at the beginning of the 2012-2013 flu season as new mandates in Obamacare kicked in, requiring medical care facilities to have a 90% compliance to the flu vaccine as a requirement to receive full reimbursements for Medicare and Medicaid.
(See: Are Mandatory Flu Vaccines for Healthcare Workers part of Obamacare and Linked to Financial Reimbursement to Healthcare Facilities?
Beginning with the 2012 -2013 flu season, Johns Hopkins Medicine mandated influenza vaccination.
Making the flu vaccine mandatory is a step that has also been taken by many of the health care systems in Maryland and in many hospitals throughout the nation.