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Member News Alert – April 22

Healthy at Work: Submit Proposals for Reopening Businesses
Gov. Beshear on Tuesday announced the Healthy at Work initiative, which is a phased approach to reopening Kentucky’s economy.

Healthy at Work is based on criteria set by public health experts and advice from industry experts. Phase 1 is a state-readiness evaluation. Phase 2 is an individual business-readiness evaluation.

During Phase 2 of Healthy at Work, the Department for Public Health will evaluate individual businesses’ ability to safely reopen. Businesses closed due to COVID-19 may begin submitting reopen proposals via the online reopen application. The Department for Public Health will evaluate these proposals based on White House guidelines and other government benchmarks.

For questions and additional information, please email

Reminder: COVID-19 and Healthcare Providers: Relief, Business and Employment Concerns Online Enduring CME Activity
An online CME opportunity is now available from KMA and McBrayer, PLLC for physicians that provides a comprehensive explanation of the provisions of the CARES Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The activity details how these two new laws and guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Labor affect healthcare organizations as businesses, employers, and providers of healthcare and emergency response.

For more information and to complete the activity, click here.

Please Complete: COVID-19 Physician Survey
KMA has created a survey for physicians regarding a number of aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on practices and patient care. The short, multiple choice survey can be completed anonymously if preferred and should take less than 5 minutes to finish. KMA will share the results of the survey with members.

If you have not already, please take a few minutes and complete the survey here.

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