A CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) Waiver simply allows you to do point of care (POC) testing in your practice. That POC testing must be done with tests that have received the designation of being CLIA Waived.
A CLIA Waiver has nothing to do with drawing blood or collecting specimens to send to the lab. It has nothing to do with administering vaccines, medication or other procedures in your office.
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