Helping Your Practice Navigate COVID-19 Economics
The COVID-19 public health crisis is multi-faceted for our members. While saving lives is the most important priority, the ability for your practice to remain open to help you continuing serve your patients is also vital. This page is dedicated to business practices that can help your health facility survive and thrive during this public health crisis.
MSDC Partners with DrFirst to Provide Telemedicine Help to Physicians
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Learn more about the DC Health regulations for telemedicine during the COVID-19 public health emergency here.
Want to keep telemedicine allowances for your practice and patients post-public health emergency?
The American Medical Association created a quick tips for telemedicine guide for physicians.
Download and edit this sample telemedicine consent form when you set up appointments with your patients.
The DC Department of Health Care Finance has made permanent its telemedicine emergency rules including telehealth treatment at the patient's home.
The DC Department of Health Care Finance now has a composite page of all actions and guidance related to COVID-19 - see the page here.
CMS is recording all calls and webinars with providers outlining changes during COVID-19. You can access those recordings here.
The American Medical Association has created a comprehensive coding guide for various COVID-19 related situations - see here.
The AMA has also created a flowchart for the various codes for COVID-19 testing - see here.
The ACP has created a billing and coding toolkit for COVID-19 testing and treatment - see here.
MedChi (the Maryland Medical Society) has a helpful guide to telemedicine in The Old Line State - see here