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One Year Later: Five Post-COVID-19 Considerations For Healthcare Employers

Most healthcare employers have been dealing with COVID-19 for a year now. With vaccines widely available for this workforce, we offer five considerations for healthcare employers as they move toward a post-pandemic environment. Will COVID-19 vaccinations become an annual event? For years many healthcare providers have required employees to get a flu shot. Are we … Continue Reading

CMS Issues Guidance for Healthcare Services Preparing to Reopen Following COVID-19

As the public health emergency from the COVID-19 pandemic eases and some states begin to open the economy, physician practices and other health care services will begin to prepare to welcome their patients back to their offices to provide non-COVID-19 health care services. In anticipation of the re-opening, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services … Continue Reading

New York Expands Telemedicine Regulations

The authorized use of telehealth to deliver mental health services to New Yorkers has been expanded by amendments to the state Office of Mental Health’s (OMH) Telemental Health Services regulations increasing the types of professionals who may provide care and the places where care recipients can be treated. Our colleagues in the Health Law and Transactions … Continue Reading
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