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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 October 13, Secretary Becerra renewed the PHE declaration extending the PHE for another 90 days, until January 11, 2023. This is expected to be the last extension. The 2022 Budget Act included a 151-day grace period for some telehealth flexibilities. Learn more about which flexibilities will end when.
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.