These four temporary healthcare policy changes will apply immediately across the country.
Keith A Reynolds
The organization is pushing doctors to use more telehealth options during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
"Please stay at home for us," physicians, nurses and hospital workers say in open letter.
In a news briefing and letter to congressional leaders, hospital executives sound the alarm as they 'fight a war' against coronavirus.
The survey found a vast majority of physician respondents were concerned about the virus affecting them or their patients directly.
The agency recommends a tiered framework to determine if an elective surgery should be performed.
The organization presents recommendations for further actions pertaining to healthcare capacity, testing, personal protective supplies, and coverage.
The organization is pushing for a series of provisions to be included in the third economic stimulus bill currently being written in Washington D.C.
The study looked at spending on hospital admissions for pneumonia and found out-of-pocket costs for insured patients can reach $1,396.
As the coronavirus ravages the world, elective surgeries should be avoided, the Trump adminstration said Tuesday.