AHLA Publishes the First Edition of Vaccine Mandates in the Health Care Workplace: A Legal Analysis for Employers



The American Health Law Association (AHLA) publishes Vaccine Mandates in the Health Care Workplace: A Legal Analysis for Employers. This book is an indispensable examination of laws related to vaccine mandates, providing guidance to health care employers, stakeholders, and the attorneys and staff who advise them.

Analysis in Vaccine Mandates in the Health Care Workplace: A Legal Analysis for Employers includes employers' authority to mandate vaccination as well as safety obligations, reasonable accommodation issues such as disability and religion, preparing for potential COVID-19 liability and lawsuits, overcoming employees' vaccination hesitancy, and more. Practical tools are provided to the reader as well through checklists on vaccine mandate policy considerations and key issues for organization decision-making.

"This instant PDF download is for anyone grappling with the right of health care employers to mandate COVID-19 vaccination of their workers," comments Rob Anderson, AHLA's Senior Director of Publishing. "AHLA is proud to be publishing this formative book featuring practical tools for health law professionals."

Vaccine Mandates in the Health Care Workplace: A Legal Analysis for Employers is available for sale as an instant download through AHLA's store for both members of AHLA and the broader health law professionals community. For a high-resolution image of the book cover, author headshot, or interview inquiries, please contact AHLA.