Operations & Management




CDC Update final

CDC Issues Updated Guidance: Discontinuation of Transmission-Based Precautions and Disposition of Patients with COVID-19 in Healthcare Settings
April 30, 2020

Updated strategies for discontinuation of transmission-based precautions for COVID-19 or suspected COVID-19 patients. Includes test-based and symptom-based strategies that take into account regional prevalence.


ASA

The ASA and APSF Joint Statement on Perioperative Testing for the COVID-19 Virus
April 29, 2020

Updated recommendations on screening and testing to detect SARS-CoV-2, including precautions and timing of procedures. Notably, ASA/APSF recommend droplet precautions for OR staff for all operative even for negatives. 


CDPH

California Department of Public Health Release: "Resuming California’s Deferred and Preventive Health Care"  
Sonia Y. Angell, MD, MPH, April 27, 2020

Considerations and guidelines that should be reviewed and met prior to resuming health care for non-emergent and non-COVID-19 health care, including elective and non-urgent procedures at hospitals, and outpatient care.


CASA

CSA and CASA Issue Joint Statement on Resuming Elective Scheduled Surgeries in California Ambulatory Surgery Centers 

Guidelines that address phasing in procedures, assess how to prioritize them, how to ensure facilities are adequately prepared and how they will put into place new protocols to protect the public health and safety of patients and staff.


ASA

ASA Releases a Joint Statement for Resuming Elective Surgeries After the COVID-19 Pandemic

A roadmap for resuming elective surgeries in a Joint Statement with the American College of Surgeons, AORN, and the American Hospital Association.



MGMA

Medical Group Management Association: COVID-19 Action Center

As the country works to combat the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), MGMA will keep medical group practices apprised of the latest developments that could affect patient care and practice operations.



CMA

CMA: COVID-19 Webinar Series

The California Medical Association (CMA) has launched a series of five free webinars to guide physicians through some of the most pressing COVID-19 issues. Topics include employment and staffing, telehealth reimbursement and implementation, financial assistance, and tax ramifications.


Toolkits and Practice Information



CMS Allows ASC's to Enroll as Hospitals
CMS Guidance


California DCA Language for Temporary
Licensing and Supervision Exceptions
DCA

AMA Resource Center



Other Operations Resources

 







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