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Now Live: All-In-One Appointments for Multiple Vaccines


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At Color, we work to remove friction from the process of accessing healthcare resources and make it easier for anyone, anywhere to receive the care they need. We know there is an exponential dropoff in the use of healthcare services as they become less convenient – especially for those who struggle to make it to appointments in the first place. Navigating multiple platforms to schedule a flu shot, a COVID-19 booster, and other immunizations can be a cumbersome experience. To streamline that process, Color’s platform now allows users to schedule multiple vaccines in one appointment! 

Pending your organization’s availability, users can now use Color’s platform to register for any combination of the following vaccines in one appointment:

  • COVID-19 and bivalent boosters
  • DTaP or Tdap (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis)
  • Flu (influenza)
  • Hepatitis B
  • HPV (human papillomavirus)
  • Meningitis (meningococcal)
  • Monkeypox (and other orthopoxviruses)
  • Pneumonia (pneumococcal)
  • Shingles (herpes zoster)

Heading into this fall season, the country is seeing a decrease in vaccination rates, with only about one-third of Americans having received COVID-19 boosters. In some parts of the U.S., flu vaccination rates have dropped to 39.2% from 43.7% in states with below-average rates of COVID-19 vaccination. Providing the opportunity for patients to receive multiple vaccinations in one appointment is one of our many solutions to increase access to healthcare services and, at Color, we believe that is the key to successful healthcare delivery across the nation.

Contact us if you’re interested in learning more about how Color can help your organization.

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