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The current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is very challenging, fluid and rapidly changing. NPA would like to help by providing you with important and accurate information that helps you prepare your practice and address patients’ concerns. In addition, we are providing resources and encouraging you to practice self-care during this very challenging and stressful time.

Find additional resources specific to guidance from insurance companies HERE

Find additional telepractice resources for assessment HERE

Resources for Your Practice and Telehealth During Covid-19

APA Practice Resources Hub

APA Commission on Accreditation COVID-19 updates

APA COVID-19 Education FAQs

Notification of Enforcement Discretion for Telehealth Remote Communications During the COVID-19

NE Medicaid Provider Bulletins

This link MAY be relevant to practices who work with Medicare:

Fact Sheet: Expansion of the Accelerated and Advance Payment Program for Providers and Supplier During COVID-19 Emergency

Navigating the Insurance Maze - Barbara Griswold, LMFT

APA news – “Psychologist leads innovative approach to tackle psychological toll of COVID-19” (NPA Member David Cates Ph.D.)

APA COVID-19 and Psychology Services: How to protect your patients and your practice (online version)

APA - COVID 19- and Psychology Services "How to Protect your Patients and your Practice.pdf download

Guidance for Practitioners: Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Trust Risk Management Services

APA Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology

APA’s Comparing the Latest Telehealth Solutions

APA’s What the COVID-19 telehealth waiver means for psychology practitioners

APA’s Office & Technology Checklist for Telepsychological Services.docx

APA’s Informed Consent Checklist for Telepsychological Services.docx

ASPPB Licensure Related Matters and COVID-19

ASPPB’s Temporary/Telepsychological Practice and COVID-19.pdf

ASPPB’s A Practical Guide to Providing Telepsychology with Minimal Risks.pdf

American Professional Agency FAQ on Telehealth.pdf

Is Zoom HIPPA Compliant?

Missouri Provides Waiver Expanding Use of Telehealth

APA Telepsychology Best Practices 101 Series – Free for a limited time

APA Electronic Resources Available for Distance Learning

APA Offers Free Access to Publication Manual and Other Resources

Free one hour CEU related to Pandemic: “Making Sense of the Pandemic: Psychological Impact on Clients and Communities”

Pearson – Staying Connected Through Telehealth

BlueCross BlueShield NE - Happening Now: COVID-10 and Telehealth

How to guide – Nebraska Total Care – bill with modifier GT. Reimbursement as in-person.pdf

Coronavirus and Pandemic Resources

Nebraska Information – Department of Health and Human Services

CDC – Manage Anxiety and Stress – Covid-19

APA – Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe

APA – Pandemics: General Resources

Stop the Spread: A Patient Guide to the Novel Coronavirus.pdf

World Health Organization

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Coronavirus: Safety and Readiness Tips for You (American Red Cross)

Resources for Self-Care and Talking with Children

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Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource (NASP)

Talking With Children: Tips for during Infectious Disease Outbreaks (SAMSHA).pdf

Psychological Coping during a Pandemic (Developed by our friends at the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta).pdf

APA – “Speaking of Psychology: Coronavirus Anxiety”

APA – “Keeping your Distance to Stay Safe”

Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health During an Infectious Disease Outbreak (SAMSHA).pdf


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