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Kentucky Healthcare Guidance
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The COVID-19 response in Kentucky involves stakeholders at every level of the healthcare system. The following documents and links reflect the most current guidance for healthcare providers, laboratories and local public health.
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COVID-19 Case Reporting
Note: The CDC/KDPH COVID-19 Case Report Form replaces the EPID 200 and CDC Case investigation form.
Vaccine Provider Enrollment
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- Pfizer has 2 hotlines available for vaccine questions that are staffed 8 am-11 pm EST, 7 days a week.
- General Product Questions: storage & handling, basic dilution and administration 877-829-2619.
- Medical Information: efficacy, safety, stability, dosage, mechanism of action, and vaccine ingredients 800-438-1985.
- § Pfizer’s Shipping and Handling hotline will be staffed 8 am-8pm EST, 5 days a week. Shipping and Maintaining the Cold-Chain: dry ice, ordering, vaccine quantities, obtaining diluent 800-666-7248.
CDC Vaccine Toolkit – For Healthcare Providers
- CDC’s COVID-19 Vaccination Communication Toolkit for Medical Centers, Clinics, and Clinicians
- CDC COVD-19 Vaccine Information
- Preparing for COVID-19 Vaccination
- What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know
- COVID-19 Vaccination Training Programs and Reference Materials
- Storage and Handling Toolkit
- COCA call: What Every Clinician Should Know about COVID-19 Vaccine Safety
- CDC Pfizer portal
- CDC Moderna portal
Lab Services Form To be completed by labs offering COVID-19 services.
Long Term Care Guidance
SAMHSA OTP Guidance: SAMHSA issued guidance allowing states with and without emergency declarations to allow Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) to provide 28 days of take-home medication to stable patients and 15 days of medication to less stable patients whom the OTP believes can responsibly manage this amount of medication.
SAMHSA 42 CFR Part 2 Guidance: SAMHSA issued guidance which allows providers to share patient SUD diagnosis information that would normally be protected under 42 CFR Part 2 in instances of a bona fide medical emergency. Usage of the medical emergency exception must be documented by providers.
CMS Guidance to Catastrophic Coverage Plans: CMS issued an FAQ clarifying that catastrophic coverage plans must include coverage of COVID-19 diagnosis and treatment under the Essential Health Benefits. CMS will waive enforcement actions against any such plan which provides COVID-19 services before patients pay the plan’s deductible, and encourages plans and states to provide such pre-deductible coverage.