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COVID-19 Practice Management Resources
These resources are intended to help practices manage the non-clinical aspects of the pandemic. Any new clinical guidance for physicians will be posted on ACP’s COVID-19 resource page.
- On July 15, Secretary Becerra renewed the PHE declaration extending the PHE for another 90 days, until October 13, 2022. The 2022 Budget Act included a 151-day grace period for some telehealth flexibilities. For more details about which flexibilities will end when, go here.
COVID-19 Coding & Billing
COVID-specific codes for diagnosis, testing, vaccines, PPE, and cost-sharing. ACP Membership required.
Telehealth Guidance & Resources
How to code and bill for telehealth during the COVID-19 emergency, including video visits, remote monitoring, telephone calls, workflow modifications, CPT and ICD10 codes, modifiers, allowed technologies, and testing.
State and Private Payer Policies
Keep up with payer and state-specific policy updates and flexibilities, including testing, cost sharing, prescriptions, and “provider” enrollment.
Practice Management Issues
Managing supplies, testing, personnel, medico-legal concerns, and looking toward re-opening.
Practice Financial Assistance
Information about how to access financial assistance, including new payroll assistance, loans, and grants; manage personnel shortages; and access supplies and testing.
COVID-19 Recovery: Team-Based Care Toolkit
This ACP-developed toolkit features team-based resources to help physicians, their teams, and their patients optimize team-based care during and after a pandemic. Topic areas include steps to optimal team-based care, effectiveness of team-based care in a pandemic, using telehealth to manage high-risk chronic conditions, informing patients about changes in practice, and sustaining teams and positive changes.
Resident Well-being Learning Series
ACP’s online Resident Well-being Learning Hub connects residents with evidence-based strategies to foster well-being and mitigate burnout, which is increasingly important as residents continue to work under the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects. Ideal for a residency program, these three modules can be reviewed individually prior to small group discussions and are aligned with the new ACGME requirements for resident training in well-being.