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CMS Announces Actions to Address spread of Coronavirus

Visit this website daily for the latest information that APDA has to share about COVID-19. As concerns arise with the emerging coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, we are working to bring our members and Portable Diagnostic partners the necessary guidance to prevent the spread of this disease. Please click on the link below to read the full article, leave a comment and join the blog

 
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CDC NEWS AND UPDATES

April 2, 2020 TRUMP WANTS MASKS AND TEMP CHECKS FOR ALL AND SEPERATE COVID-19 UNITS
April 2, 2020 NEW CDC and CMS LONG TERM CARE FACILITY GUIDELINES

March 31, 2020 ACCELERATED AND ADVANCE MEDICARE PAYMENTS

March 25, 2020 COVID-19 WAIVER 1135 - Medicare Provider Enrollment Relief FAQs

M
arch 18, 2020-New Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of PPE

March 18, 2020-EEOC Clarifies Employer Rights 
What You Should Know about the ADA, Rehabilitation Act and Covid-19

OSHA STANDARDS-PPE, Employee rights, employer responsibilities, preventing worker exposure, 

COVID 19 AND THE WORKPLACE - Department of Labor 
FAMILY MEDICAL LEAVE ACT Q & A


March 12, 2020 ICD10 CODING FOR COVID-19- How to use ICD 10 CM new codes for COVID-19

DIRECTORY TO LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS


THINGS YOU SHOULD DO NOW-PREPARING FOR COVID 19-PROTECT PATIENTS & EMPLOYEES-PPE & SUPPLIES-EDUCATION & CONTROL

ADHERE TO STANDARD AND TRANSMISSION BASED PRECAUTIONS-Standard Precautions assume that every person is potentially infected or colonized with a pathogen that could be transmitted in the healthcare setting. Read More

CMS MLN CONNECTS - Nursing home visitor guidance & COVID 19 Updates

CDC CORONAVIRUS-Information on PPE supply, prevention tools, World Health Organization

COVID 19 FAQ FOR EMPLOYERS-Employee leave, wage & hour issues, workplace safety issues, w/c


March 11, 2020 ACR Recommendations for the use of CXR and CT for suspected COVID-19 infection

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By: Visitor
On: 03/24/2020 22:03:46
This is a great article-so helpful to the industry

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