April 2, 2020, 5pm PTWebinar: Getting Started with Virtual DPC with Dr. Erika Bliss & Lauren Tancredi
Dr. Phil Eskew, of DPC Frontier & Proactive MD, answers COVID-19 legal & safety questions from the Direct Primary Care Community. Moderated by Nick Wells of Hint Health.
Jay Keese, of DPC Coalition, answers your questions about the COVID-19 stimulus package, changes in healthcare regulations, and the recent legislation's impact on Direct Primary Care.
From FEMA. An overview of the current government response including legislation, assessment of medical "hot spots", progress on testing, and FEMA/HHS reponse.
Provided by DPC Coalition. Summary of H.R. 748, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act passed by the US Senate. Including taxation, health regulations, funding and other things DPCs will want to know.
Provided by CMS. The most up-to-date guidance on telemedicine visits including service definitions, reimbursement rules, and usage of the 1135 waiver.
From CMS. An update on states with approved Medicaid waiver requests under Section 1135 of the Social Security Act. Provides the list of states and explanations of the reasons for waiver approval.
Authored by Phil Eskew DO, JD, MBA. This 1-pager discusses safety, human resources, and regulatory risks related to COVID-19. Includes suggested employee safety procedures and links to additional resources.
Authored by Phil Eskew DO, JD, MBA. A 1 page primer on Coronavirus for patients that lists key preventative measures that patients should taken during the pandemic.
A list of of changes to state physician licensing being implemented to get retired and inactive physicians back into service.
From US Department of Health & Human Services. Additional guidance on the use of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes guidance on locations, types of telemedicine tools, and enforcement of provisions.
From the AMA. Guide for implementing telemedicine in your practice, including tips on assessing vendors and clinical workflows.
Provided by the AMA. Contains recommended provisions and disclosures. Can be used as a foundation for building your own practice-specific agreement.
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