This 5 page guide from the Yale Program in Addiction Medicine for clinicians provides strategies for working with patients with addictions during the Covid-19 public health emergency.
The American Medical Association’s website describes policy options for clinical responses to the Covid-19 public health emergency. It includes information on testing, telemedicine options, ensuring access to care, and other recommendations for policy makers from AMA.
The Kaiser Family Foundation’s Covid-19 resources page includes data and information on federal and state responses to the public health emergency. The site has data and charts summarizing the following:
The Covid-19 resources page of the World Health Organization includes advice for the public including “mythbuster” materials that refute common misbeliefs about the virus.
The Covid-19 resources page of the Cochrane Collaboration. Cochrane provides high-quality, relevant, and up-to-date synthesized research evidence to inform health decisions.
This webpage includes continuously updated Covid-19 information from the American Academy of Pediatric’s Red Book Online, which provides information for clinicians about infectious diseases.
The Covid-19 clinician’s resource page from the American Academy of Pediatrics includes clinical guidance, coding information, telehealth resources, information to share with patients and caregivers, and practice management resources.
The Covid-19 resources page of the American College of Physicians includes clinical guidance on Covid-19, resources for telehealth and practice management and links to webinars and relevant journal articles.
The Covid-19 website page for the American Academy of Family Physicians includes information for family physicians on resources to help sustain their practices during the public health emergency as well as telehealth guidance and regular updates on developing policies, guidance and news.
The Covid-19 resources page of the College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists includes guidance for evaluating patients for the virus as well as frequently asked questions and guidance on implementing telehealth for OB/GYN services.