In this webinar, we review the temporary flexibilities and waivers impacting telehealth that expired on May 11, 2023, and examine the ever-evolving telehealth policy landscape and its emerging models of care.
Underlying conditions were responsible for many COVID deaths but few were identified by name during the pandemic. We will explore the relationship of chronic diseases to COVID as well as some of the resources that help to educate people on the need to pay attention to their conditions and prevent added vulnerability. This training is part of our Nurse-Led Vaccine Confidence Forum.
Shoshi Preuss, Colorado Community Health Network, will provide an overview of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE), including the temporary flexibilities it provided for Medicaid, the anticipated end date, and changes that will occur when it ends.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted the lives of individuals with disabilities, deepening, and widening existing inequalities. The purpose of the presentation is to discuss briefly discuss the COVID-19 pandemic response for individuals with disabilities and highlight lessons learned focusing on new disability-inclusive initiatives, guidance, and policies.
Join speakers Linda Mendonca, President of the National Association of School Nurses, and Tammy Alexander, VP of State Relations at the School-Based Health Alliance. Their presentation will explore the impact of the COVID pandemic on school-based health.
The presentation will cover a framework for understanding long COVID, describe the most common presentation and risk factors for long COVID, and discuss strategies for diagnosis and management of long COVID patients.