Here find federal agency guidance for COVID-19 Response. The NIHB Policy Center has created resources for Tribal Administrators, and Tribal Health finance staff for billing and reimbursement.
NIHB hosted an informational call on Friday, October 30 to learn more about the Indian Health Service’s (IHS) COVID-19 Pandemic Vaccine Draft Plan which was released October 14. Agency representatives provided an overview of the plan, shared a summary of Tribal comments they have received on it, and outlined an expected timeline for finalizing the plan. Representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also joined the call to provide information on the process states are following to submit their vaccine plans, and an update on the progress to date.
Access the recordings of the Telehealth 101 Virtual Workshop hosted by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Office of Regional Operations (ORO), in collaboration with the North Dakota Department of Health and Spirit Lake Tribe of North Dakota held November 18-19, 2020.
Learn about the resources to support your telehealth adoption efforts as well as innovative strategies aimed at increasing access to quality health care services in rural and tribal communities.
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