COVID-19

Telemedicine provisions during the COVID-19 pandemic

As we progress in the use of telemedicine to assist patients in minimizing the risk of contagion, one key concern has already been addressed, several states have loosened up most licensing requirements to facilitate emergency medical care beyond state lines….

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The COVID-19 pandemic continues

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact many communities across the United States. The common goal is to slow the spread of disease, and one-way medical offices have been helping is by canceling non-urgent elective procedures and using telemedicine instead of…

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Federal Government Announced to offer advance Medicare payment

On 3/28, The federal government announced a plan to offer advance Medicare fee-for-service payments to all Medicare Part A and B providers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and offer them some financial relief. This type of accelerated reimbursement is allowed…

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Rapid expansion of COVID-19

The rapid expansion of COVID-19 increases the demand for medical personnel. The levels of occupational stress may lead to mental and physical exhaustion, absenteeism, staff discontentment, anxiety, and patients will feel the heat. For doctors, burnout is one of the…

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Important tips for COVID 19

Many medical offices have established protocols for assisting patients in need of medical care. You should not be the last. Here we share some important tips: • Triage patients utilizing your available resources such as telemedicine or telephone encounters. •…

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Who Announcement

Since the outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China was made known, many have been following its development. On February 11, 2020, the World Health Organization announced an official name for the…

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