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Post COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Guide

Download our free guide and make sure your practice remains in compliance as regulatory changes put in place during the pandemic continue to unwind.



The Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Alex Azar, declared the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak a public health emergency on January 31, 2020.

Since then, many policies and procedures for coding, billing, and patient care have changed in order to make prevention, diagnosis, and treatment accessible during this healthcare crisis. This is especially true when it comes to federal programs like Medicare.

On May 11, 2023 the HHS Public Health Emergency formally ended, setting in motion a countdown for the end of these special allowances.

For practice managers, patient-facing or not, this onslaught of changes has far-reaching implications for the success of your practice.

To learn more, download our free guide including:

  • Changes to COVID-19 Testing, Vaccination, Treatment, and Delegation
  • Changes To Telehealth, Remote Evaluations and Monitoring, Virtual Check-Ins, and E-Visits
  • Credentialing and Provider Location & Licensure
  • Other Administrative Processes

We've also included checklists you can share with your patients, patient-facing providers, and administrative staff to help keep everyone on the same page. We hope you find it helpful as you navigate today's challenging policy landscape.


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