Telehealth use has increased rapidly in the past five years, but social distancing measures necessitated by COVID-19 have placed it at the forefront of clinicians’ minds for care continuation and infection mitigation. Also because of COVID-19, CMS announced a major expansion of permitted uses of telehealth for providers who accept Medicare during the public health … Continue reading A Telehealth Primer for Clinicians
As the number of reported COVID-19 infections in the U.S. has increased significantly to 1701 cases as of this writing, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released important documentation on community-level mitigation strategies for COVID-19. This includes CDC’s latest guidance to healthcare providers and assisted and independent living facilities on methods to … Continue reading COVID-19: Community Mitigation Strategies for Healthcare Providers
As of this writing, reports indicate there are 340 known cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 14 deaths. Worldwide, over 100,000 cases have been diagnosed with over 3500 deaths. The U.S. is in the midst of a rapidly growing public health emergency, one which HHS Secretary Alex Azar acknowledged has existed since January … Continue reading COVID-19: What Happened to the Tri-Agency Taskforce?
Whether fresh out of residency or making a lateral career move, licensed clinicians should always understand employment or shareholder agreements before signing–your career may depend on it. Although reading and understanding the entire agreement is crucial, a few items warrant special attention before putting the proverbial pen to paper. 1: Non-Compete Clauses Non-compete clauses are … Continue reading Clinician Contracts: 5 Things to Remember Before Signing