This GNYHA document summarizes the steps New York’s hospitals have taken, and the lessons learned from previous infectious disease outbreaks, to respond to COVID-19.
GNYHA Statement – Hospital Preparedness for Coronavirus
March 10, 2020
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COVID-19 Public Health Emergency to End May 11; Many Waivers & Flexibilities Impacted
The Biden Administration has announced that it will end the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) on May 11. While Congress and the Biden Administration have extended some of the waivers and flexibilities implemented during the PHE, others will sunset when the PHE ends or later this year. Notwithstanding the end of the Federal PHE, the...
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COVID-19 Diagnosis and Testing Cost-Sharing Waivers/Vaccine Coverage Mandate Extended
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Continuing Care COVID-19 Updates
GNYHA highlights key Federal, State, and local resources as continuing care providers—faced with COVID-19, influenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and other seasonal illnesses—continue to maintain safe and high-quality environments. Fortunately, providers can prevent infection or serious illness among residents and staff by following infection control recommendations and providing up-to-date vaccinations to residents and staff. Specifically,...
December 5, 2022