The “End” of the Public Health Emergency


Free Webinar With CHeST

April 20 @ 12pm ET

In March 2021, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic, which allowed for many temporary changes to health policy in the United States. The public health emergency has been extended several times, but the Biden Administration recently announced that the public health emergency will end on May 11, 2023. As the public health emergency concludes, many of the flexibilities implemented during the coronavirus pandemic to improve access to vaccines, tests, and treatments for COVID-19 will expire. The end of the public health emergency will also affect how patients access care generally, with changes to telehealth and medication prescribing rules.

Join the COVID-19 Health and Safety Taskforce (CHeST) at 12pm-1pm ET on April 20, 2023, for an educational webinar titled “The ‘End’ of the Public Health Emergency,” as we explore the coming changes and what they mean for patients.

Space is limited, so register today!