The COVID-19 public health emergency has created severe financial problems for medical practices throughout the state.
Physicians have had to make difficult decisions about their practices’ operational, financial, and clinical needs, while also navigating constantly evolving compliance, payment, and coverage issues.
But now that more practices can start seeing patients again, you can take decisive actions to restore your practice operations.
TMA’s practice viability experts have organized the information you need to successfully reopen your practice in one resource: Road to Practice Recovery: A Guide for Reopening Your Practice Post-COVID-19.
From evaluating staffing levels and managing patient appointments, to ensuring patient safety and communicating regularly with patients and staff, the guide provides the information practices need to head in the right direction more confidently.
Also check out:
- TMA’s “Road to Practice Recovery Snapshot,” which outlines what you should do now and in the future;
- An accompanying webinar that is accredited for 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™; and
- A podcast that offers tips to help you prepare for a post-COVID-19 surge of patients.
If that’s not enough, find more tools, resources, and links in TMA’s Practice Viability Toolkit, which can help you make informed decisions about your practice.
You also can refer to TMA’s COVID-19 Practice Viability webpage for even more information, including frequently asked questions, regarding operational challenges that affect your practice’s viability.
Find the latest news and government guidance on the coronavirus outbreak by visiting TMA’s COVID-19 Resource Center regularly.
Last Updated On
May 08, 2020