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Top 10 Tips for Keeping Your Medical and Dental Office Safe During COVID-19

Updated September 1, 2022: While overall COVID transmission rates are down, the Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5 continue to circulate the globe. COVID-19 has caused infection surges in some locations, while in other areas, restrictions have been lifted, highlighting how location-specific protocols can shift as the pandemic unfolds. What does not change is that many healthcare providers are concerned about the risks involved in keeping their practices safe during the ongoing pandemic, and that certain office practices are consistently prudent. 

COVID-19 and Patient Safety in the Medical and Dental Office

Updated September 1, 2022: While COVID restrictions have been lifted in most parts of the country and vaccination efficacy continues to decline, healthcare professionals must continue to monitor SARS-CoV-2 variants circulating within their communities.

What We Owe Long COVID Patients

Updated June 2, 2022: Long COVID presents varying and unpredictable symptoms and has no known cure, so with very little information, health-care providers are facing an uphill battle when it comes to providing adequate care to these patients.

Long COVID—What Physicians Should Know

Updated March 31, 2022: Healthcare providers should remain aware of the biggest risks associated with long COVID, what factors can lead to malpractice suits, and how to reduce risk.

A Message From Our Chairman

Richard E. Anderson
MD, FACP

Unwavering Service to Our Members

After the Allies defeated Rommel’s army in Egypt in 1942, Churchill spoke these words to the House of Commons: “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” His words still resonate today in the midst of a different kind of struggle.

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