An update to New York State Executive Order 202.61 says healthcare personnel who order and administer COVID-19 tests must now document and report if the patient attends, works or volunteers in a school.
On June 4, MLMIC and HANYS will host “Emerging From COVID-19: Guidelines for Re-opening Healthcare.” This webinar will provide a strategic roadmap to help medical practices safely and efficiently return to normal operations.
On May 28, MLMIC will host “Million Dollar Claims: A Closer Look,” a complimentary webinar examining major causes of million-dollar claims in New York State.
Immunity Protection in Executive Order 202.10 is No Longer Needed, Enacted Public Health Law Provides Broader Immunity
Under the newly enacted Article 30-D of New York Public Health Law, physicians are granted broader immunity during the COVID-19 pandemic.