The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is to end on May 11, 2023. The ending of the Public Health Emergency may impact an individual’s coverage of COVID-19 tests.
Check out this important update From Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
What are the most important factors that have increased or decreased burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic? A recent JAMA study and corresponding Advisory Board article discuss this question, reporting on survey results that clinicians shared regarding factors such as chaos, work control, EHRs, feeling valued, and others.
Why Providing Care Across State Lines Is No Longer as Simple as It Was Early in the Pandemic
It's that time again! Reporting portal open for HRSA Provider Relief Fund Payment Reporting in 2023
Providers who received one or more General and/or Targeted PRF payment(s), and/or American Rescue Plan Rural payments exceeding $10,000, in the aggregate, from July 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 must report on their use of funds in RP4.
Every U.S. household can order one set of 4 free COVID test kits once again!
How many people infected by COVID-19 go on to experience symptoms of Long COVID after 3 months or more?
A recent study in JAMA pools results from 54 studies of people worldwide who had symptomatic COVID, investigating those who experienced Long COVID for symptoms and duration.
To learn more, check out the ADL's October 15 Highlighted Resource:
Estimated Global Proportions of Individuals With Persistent Fatigue, Cognitive, and Respiratory Symptom Clusters Following Symptomatic COVID-19 in 2020 and 2021
You can also read a news item about the study in MedPageToday, summarizing the information and including commentary from the study's main author:
Long COVID Persists in People With Symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Infection
As a new school year starts, mental health for children and adolescents becomes a more important concern.