Businesses – small and large – are among those most affected by COVID-19. Though the financial impacts of the pandemic are not yet fully known, there are many programs and resources to help urology practices manage effectively in 2020.
Info and Resources
- ACS Webinar: Economic Survival Strategies in the COVID WorldNEW
- ACS Webinar: Contractual Considerations and Hospital Relations
- ACS Webinar: Financial Resources and Survival Tips for Surgical Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- AMA: CARES Act - Medicare Advance Payment Program
- AMA: CARES Act - Medicare Advance Payment Program FAQ
- American College of Surgeons: Financial Assistance Resources for Surgeons
- CMS Issues Additional Waivers and Rule Changes for COVID-19
- CMS Releases Interim Rule Related to Changes due to COVID-19
- CMS Reevaluates Accelerated Payment Program and Suspends Advance Payment Program
- HHS Distributing $30 Billion to Eligible Health Care Providers
- Important Information about the SBA Paycheck Protection Program
- Provider Relief Fund: Submission Information
Managing Your Urology Practice through the COVID-19 Pandemic
How are urology practices managing their staff needs, business needs and patient needs during the COVID-19 outbreak?
Maryland urologist Dr. Jonathan Rubenstein discusses how his practice is functioning - and protecting themselves - during the pandemic, and shares important information about what to do if someone in your practice is exposed and tests positive.
COVID-19 and Your Urology Practice: Balancing Patient Care and Business
New Jersey urologist Dr. Mark Fallick discusses the changes his practice has made in response to the pandemic, including how practitioners continue providing care for patients while balancing the needs of their business.