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Deck the Halls But Also Check for Holiday Safety

Perhaps the song “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” was never more literally applicable than during the 2020 holiday season. We all need some holiday cheer, but in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to encourage people to seek safer, more socially distanced ways to celebrate to try to reduce transmission of the virus. To help healthcare providers support a safer holiday, we've created a template you can use to share best practices with your patients. Use all or some of the content below in emails, text messages, your website, and social media. You can also download this content as a Word file here.

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5 Takeaways From the 2021 Telehealth Predictions Webinar

Elizabeth Woodcock, founder and principal of Woodcock Associates and executive director of Patient Access Collaborative, presented a webinar Dec. 10 on the topic, “Telehealth 2021: Reimbursement Updates & Predictions.” To watch the full webinar, click here.

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The 10 Patient and Carepartner Priorities You Must Pursue in 2021

The forecasts and predictions for what will define 2021 are rolling out. Be wary of forecasts, predictions, and trends from innovators and futurists who may not understand living life with a diagnosis or diagnoses as a patient. Be skeptical of forecasts, predictions, and trends from people and entities who do not understand the work that patients and their carepartners need to do to get the care they need. For a successful 2021 that authentically meets patients and their carepartners where they are, create strategies rooted in these top 10 real-world, essential priorities.

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How Keeping Patients Updated Can Help Allay COVID-19 Fears

The Mayan “Doomsday” calendar predicted the world would end in 2012. You’ve got to hand it to them--they were only off by eight years.

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