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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

MMS has compiled a collection of FREE resources to help physicians navigate the COVID-19 vaccine.

Surprise Billing, Patient Notice, and Price Transparency

Learn more about important information regarding physician responsibilities under new federal surprise billing and state patient notice and price transparency laws.

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Telehealth and Virtual Care Information

Access the latest resources on telehealth coverage and reimbursement, along with information on practicing telehealth across state lines.

Dismantling Racism in Medicine: Principles to Achieve Racial Equity

The MMS, Mass DPH and the state's four medical schools seek to foster a culture across medicine that is diverse, equitable, inclusive and actively antiracist.

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Provincetown Banner: Physician with Outer Cape Health Services lauded for LGBTQ health initiatives

May 25, 2022 – Dr. Andrew Jorgensen is the chief medical officer for Outer Cape Health Services in Provincetown, Wellfleet and Harwich Port. He was presented with the 2022 LGBTQ Health Award by the Massachusetts Medical Society on May 16.

Boston Herald

Boston Herald: Massachusetts COVID cases jump 25% over the weekend, doctors urge caution as infections rise

May 16, 2022 – "We urge those who are at high risk to limit their exposure to others," said MMS President Dr. Carole Allen. "We know doing so can be a tough decision to make when planning for graduations, parties, vacation, and other seasonal events." COVID ‘is still with us’: MMS urges caution amid rising cases

May 16, 2022 – The Massachusetts Medical Society is urging residents to be cautious and use preventative measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 as cases in the state continue to rise.

Gloucester Daily Times

Gloucester Daily Times: Counties on high alert as COVID-19 surges

May 16, 2022 – The surge is prompting groups such as the Massachusetts Medical Society to recommend that people who are at higher risk of infection limit their exposure to others and masking for indoor gatherings, regardless of a person’s vaccination status.

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