Los Angeles County announced its first coronavirus case of community spread

As of this publication, Los Angeles County announced its first coronavirus case of community spread, with the total number of cases rising by five to 19, out of 10.16 million (2017) persons in L.A. county. To read more click here and go to California News.

Would you like to know more about how AB 5 will affect your business or industry? Starting April 7 through June 6; from El Cajon to Los Angeles to Ventura to San Francisco and points in between, California’s Employment Development Department (EDD) will be hosting a series of seminars discussing Assembly Bill 5 and the impacts it has throughout the year. To read more click here and go to California News.

Do you know how to process patients that may present in your office with Coronavirus symptoms? MOASC has been in communication with the Department of Health who has provided the following CDC flow chart. To read more click here and go to MOASC News.

Yesterday, President Trump introduced a new rule requiring all healthcare systems to provide Americans secure access and control of their own health records. Press Secretary, Stephanie Grisham released a statement, which reads in part” Patients will be empowered to share their record with family members and care providers and more easily choose the doctor and treatment that is right for them. No longer will Americans spend hundreds of dollars on redundant medical tests or countless hours collecting copies of their medical record, which are often still transferred using a fax machine or CD-ROM. To read more click here and go to National News.

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March 10, 2020



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