WebForms and PDF Forms Gain Barcode Access

ADL will release a barcode feature for the PDF forms, which provides an alternative way to retrieve account information. This feature will be included in the next software update. Every ADL form will now contain an embedded barcode that is printed on the side of the form. With an attached scanner, a User can retrieve the document source and corresponding data by simply scanning the barcode provided on the form. This makes locating the account…

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COVID-19 Emergency Declaration Blanket Waivers for Health Care Providers

CMS is empowered to take proactive steps through 1135 waivers as well as, where applicable, authority grantedunder section 1812(f) of the Social Security Act (the Act) and rapidly expand the Administration’s aggressive efforts against COVID-19. Follow this link for more information: //www.cms.gov/files/document/summary-covid-19-emergency-declaration-waivers.pdf…

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NY State Issues Verbal Consent Procedure for Telemedicine

From the New York State Department of Health: “The world is currently experiencing a COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the response, a public health emergency has been declared. This declaration includes the expansion of availability of telehealth services for patients. Expanded telehealth may relieve the burden placed on providers due to the increased demand for healthcare while reducing the risk of disease transmission. To help facilitate and support this approach, NYS DOH is allowing informed,…

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ADL Data DEA EPCS Re-Certification 2020

The re-certification extends authorization to use DEA EPCS Certificates for another 2 years and allows physicians to use their Smartphone to comply with the required 2-Factor Authentication. This eliminates the need to carry a separate FOB or Id Cards. A copy of the report has been posted on the ADL Website. Approved Certification Process: //www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/ecomm/e_rx/thirdparty.htm Verify Physicians DEA Registration //apps.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/webforms/validateLogin.jsp…

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Preventing COVID-19 Flu in Nursing Homes

Steps for COVID-19 Flu Prevention in Nursing Homes: Actively screen visitors and strongly urge anyone who feels ill to stay home.Restrict Visiting hours  until further notice.No visitors under the age of 18, with exceptions on a case-by-case basis.Require visitors to use hand sanitizer upon entering the facility.Limit patients to their specific floor to avoid potential exposure may compromise their health.Actively screen employees.Anyone in close contact with someone exposed to COVID-19, should contact their health care…

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