Non Essential, Elective Invasive Procedures & Updated Attestation Form Required- Phase 2 Begins June 8th

The MOA is sharing the following information to its members as Phase 2 begins tomorrow, Monday, June 8, 2020*. 

As per the Governor’s announcement, Phase 2 will allow physicians to incrementally resume in-person elective, non-urgent procedures and services, including routine office visits, subject to ongoing compliance with public health and safety standards.

To review the safety standards for non-essential, elective, invasive procedures and required updates to and posting of the Attestation Form, please see the links below.  

Please contact the MOA (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 860-690-1146)if you have questions and we will work to assist you and your staff. 

 

Health and Human Service Providers Reopening Approach

https://www.mass.gov/doc/eohhs-health-and-human-services-phase-2-reopening-approach/download  

 

Phase 2 Attestation Form – Required to Update – Three additional conditions for Phase 2.

Please Note:  Hospitals and other providers must sign and maintain an updated attestation form for Phase 2 that includes all of the standards from Phase 1, with a small number of updates specific to Phase 2 care delivery.  Submission of the attestation form to DPH is not required however a copy of the signed attestation form must be prominently posted at all of the facilities, clinics, office locations and hospitals.  https://www.mass.gov/lists/reopening-health-and-human-services-in-massachusetts#reopening-phase-2-attestation-forms-

 

Reopening Health and Human Services

https://www.mass.gov/doc/reopening-massachusetts-health-and-human-services-phase-2-one-pager/download

*Moving into Phase 2 is contingent on Massachusetts maintaining sufficient statewide hospital bed capacity (>30% ICU and >30% inpatient bed capacity, statewide).