NHN Resource Library
Check back often for the latest resources related to COVID-19.
COVID-19 Resource List
NHN curated some key resources that may be of assistance to employees and patients. This guide includes quick links to social determinants such as transportation, financial assistance, utilities and more. (Updated 6/1/2020) This document highlights a sample of resources available in the Community Relay online directory. We encourage you to visit the Community Relay site for full search capabilities.
Please reference this Telehealth/telemedicine overview for general descriptions, guidance on who can provide services and the latest billing codes and documentation. Updated 6/1/2020.
Cybersecurity Guides Available
The American Hospital Association and American Medical Association released cybersecurity guides for providers working from home. The resource offers actions you can take to strengthen home- or hospital-based computers, networks, mobile devices and medical devices.
Department of Health and Human Services Updates
Review the latest updates from the DHHS regarding COVID-19 Public Health and Medical Emergency Declarations and Waivers.
COVID-19 Patient Resources Available in Multiple Languages
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers educational resources in several languages. Topics include emergency preparedness and response, diseases and conditions, data and statistics, environmental health, healthy living, injury, violence and safety, life stages and populations, travelers’ health, and workplace safety and health among others. The information comes in various formats available for sharing and downloading. All of the resources are free to print and share.
A quick-start physician guide to COVID-19, curated from comprehensive CDC, JAMA and WHO resources, that will help prepare your practice, address patient concerns and answer your most pressing questions.
The American Medical Association released this coding advice during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Please note that information provided by the American Medical Association does not dictate payer reimbursement policy and does not substitute for the professional judgement of the practitioner performing a procedure, who remains responsible for correct coding.