How the End of COVID PHE Will Impact Healthcare Providers


When the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) ends on May 11, 2023, providers face the most significant healthcare policy changes since the early days of the pandemic. PHE policies gave practitioners new flexibilities to deliver telehealth and other virtual services, funding to replace lost revenue, and reimbursement for COVID-related testing and treatment services provided to uninsured patients.  


What will change when PHE ends?  A lot. 


In this webinar, R1 experts will share the most important information for providers to know about the impacts of winding down the PHE. 


In this webinar, we will cover: 

  • An overview of PHE waivers and flexibilities, including ending dates 
  • What the end of the PHE means for telemedicine practitioners and patients 
  • Policies that have been extended beyond May 11 
  • How states are taking action in response to the PHE’s end 
  • How private payer policies are changing 


Gia Byra, JD, Regulatory Senior Manager 

Kathryn Beard, JD, Regulatory Manager 

Connor McLarren, JD, Regulatory Manager 

Seema Imam, JD, Senior Regulatory Analyst 

Peter Luck, JD, CHC, Regulatory Analyst 

Victoria Mazur, JD, Regulatory Analyst 

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