This webinar was held on July 22, 2020.
Before reopening for in-person visits, primary care practices must address a wide variety of safety considerations, including infection control protocols; modifications to offices, waiting areas, and exam rooms; staffing and workflow issues; and other strategies that minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for both patients and staff. During this 30-minute webinar, HMA primary care experts discussed best practices for successfully reopening primary care practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Understand key clinical, physical office, and financial considerations for reopening primary care practices to in-person patient care.
- Learn about the availability of decision-support tools and resources to assist primary care practices with reopening.
- Find out about infection control protocols and other best practices to ensure the safety of patients and staff during reopening.
- Learn how the “new normal” of operating during the COVID-19 pandemic variously impacts clinicians, administrative staff, and leadership, including a look at new protocols and workflows.
Karen Hill, PhD, ANP-C, MSN, RN, Senior Consultant, San Francisco, CA
Brittany LaBarreare, Senior Consultant, Austin, TX
Gail Mayeaux, Principal, Albany, NY
Deb Peartree, Senior Consultant, Albany, NY