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

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 >

Kentucky Board of Nursing Issues Advisory on Nurse Practitioner Prescribing During State of Emergency, Pushes Telehealth

Following the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure’s Advisory, the Kentucky Board of Nursing issued advisory guidance regarding prescribing practices for Nurse Practitioners.

The guidance begins with a reminder of prescribing limits per the schedule of the drug prescribed, then immediately states that APRNs may utilize telehealth when prescribing controlled substances per 201 KAR 20:520. The good faith examination required to establish the provider-patient relationship under KRS 218A.010(4) can now, under the present emergency, be accomplished via telehealth. The definition of telehealth includes interactive audio, video, or other electronic media, and, as the Board points out, telephones.
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UPDATED 4/1/20 - Healthcare Providers and First Responders: How New Paid Leave Laws Affect Your Workforce

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“Families First”), which requires most employers to provide ten days of paid sick leave and paid FMLA benefits to employees under certain circumstances. Healthcare providers, however, are dealt with differently than other workers.  How Families First will manifest itself for healthcare workers is unclear but here are some takeaways: More >

EMS PROVIDERS: WHAT TO DO ON THE FRONT LINES OF COVID-19

Emergency Medical Services (“EMS”) providers play a critical role in the provision of front line healthcare for patients with known or suspected COVID-19 and are faced with the unique challenges of varying or enclosed treatment spaces, immediacy in decision-making, and often limited patient information.  It is imperative for EMS providers to stay up to date on COVID-19 protocols and guidance, and the McBrayer team is available today to ensure that you stay prepared throughout this public health crisis. More >

Need Extra Clinical Support? Here's How

Are you a healthcare provider hoping to hire additional clinical support during COVID-19? It may be time to consider a professional services agreement or lease. More >

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