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A Potpourri of COVID-19 Takeaways for Healthcare Providers

While the COVID-19 virus surges and possibly re-surges in states all around us, Kentucky’s cautious management of this crisis has created opportunities for healthcare providers to ease back into business and shift into recovery. Whether Kentucky can continue to contain the virus is uncertain, but as healthcare providers retool and spend the federal dollars infused by the CARES ACT, here are the areas to watch. More >

Reimbursement Relief for Healthcare Providers Treating the Uninsured

Posted In COVID-19, Health Care Law

Reimbursement relief is on the way for healthcare providers who have conducted COVID-19 testing or provided treatment for COVID-19 individuals who are uninsured. The COVID-19 Uninsured Program Portal allows for providers to submit claims for reimbursement beginning May 6, 2020 for COVID -19 services on or after February 4, 2020. These reimbursements will be made at Medicare rates. More >

FCC is awarding funds for the COVID-19 Telehealth Program

Posted In CARES Act, COVID-19, Health Care Law

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was passed into law in March 2020 set aside $200 million in funds for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to establish the COVID-19 Telehealth Program. The program’s intent is to keep physicians and patients safe while continuing care remotely. The support provided through telehealth is intended for treatment of both coronavirus and other ongoing health conditions during the pandemic. More >

Kentucky Sets Detailed Timeline for Phased Reopening of Healthcare Providers

Posted In COVID-19, Health Care Law

The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) has released a four-stage plan for reopening Kentucky’s health care services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic with the first phase beginning on April 27, 2020, and the fourth and final stage being implemented on May 27, 2020. The intention is to gradually loosen restrictions on services while providing requirements that must be met in order to mitigate against the COVID-19 pandemic.  More >

Healthcare Providers: It’s Time to Resume Non-Emergency Services

Posted In Coronavirus, COVID-19, Health Care Law

Governor Beshear has announced that as of April 27, providers may resume non-urgent/emergent healthcare services and diagnostic radiology and lab services in: hospital outpatient settings, healthcare clinics and medical offices, physical therapy settings and chiropractic offices, optometrists, and dental offices (with enhanced aerosol protections).  More >

Kentucky Healthcare Providers: SB 150 Gives Some Liability Buffer and More

Posted In COVID-19, Health Care Law, SB 150

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, there is still good news to be found for healthcare providers. On March 30th, Gov. Beshear signed Senate Bill 150, a broad coronavirus response measure that touches on everything from licensing fees to alcohol sales.  Tucked into the bill is a provision that limits the liability of healthcare providers who treat COVID-19 patients in good faith. More >

CMS Expands Accelerated and Advance Payment Program for COVID-19 Emergency

Posted In COVID-19, Health Care Law

As part of the CARES Act, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has expanded the Accelerated and Advance Payment Program to a larger group of Part A providers and Part B suppliers. The full fact sheet on the expansion is available from CMS here, but we’ve summarized the significant points below. More >

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