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DON'T LOSE YOUR
PROVIDER STIMULUS CHECK
WASH YOUR HANDS
Wash hands with soap and water or alcohol based hand sanitizer.
COVER A COUGH OR SNEEZE
Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or flexed elbow.
Avoid touching your face especially eyes, nose and mouth.
Continually disinfect surfaces and high traffic areas in your home.
KEEP YOUR DISTANCE
Avoid close contact with people and do not gather in groups.
3 feet distance at all times.
If you are not feeling well, do not risk the safety of others.
You likely received a direct deposit in your operating account last week labeled “HHS Stimulus” or “HHS Payment”. This is a grant (“free” money) to help providers hurt by COVID. There is only one catch: This money is yours- But the fine print says that to keep it, you have “attest” that you received it and read the rules.
To complete the attestation, billing entities must provide their Taxpayer Identification Number. The Portal will guide you through the attestation process to accept or reject the funds.
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Any germ that makes it's way on to your phone or case can easily transfer to your skin. Learn how to help disinfect your phone from coronavirus without damaging the screen.
This video demonstrates how to safely don and doff personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for a suspected or confirmed patient with COVID-19 (coronavirus).
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Return To Work Guide
Are you one step closer to re-opening your business and bringing your employees back to work safely or if you have already welcomed employees back, congratulations on taking the hardest step. Now we are here to give you extra tools to ensure your success. As we begin to enter this transitional phase of entering back into society and welcoming employees back into the workforce, we are met with many challenges and concerns. At Ravin Consultants, we have created and tested a holistic plan to address key areas of concern to remove the confusion, set safe boundaries, and create a workplace that is prepared and productive. Our Return to Work Guide includes forms, acknowledgements, notices, reference guides and new policy and procedure templates.
Download this informational guide to learn more about our customizable Return to Work plan to allow your employees to come back to work safe and informed or start the process today and buy our instant downloadable Return to Work Guide NOW!
Some employers who want to open up their businesses and bring their employees back to work are getting pushback. While most workers are eager to return to work, companies are finding that some employees insist upon remaining at home, even if that isn’t in the best interests of the business. They don’t want to come in, but they don’t want to quit either. What should you do? This is one of several dilemmas employers must tackle as states reopen.
Our plan addresses the following:
Timing of reopening – how to decide who will come back and when
Information employees will need to review in advance
Paperwork they will need to complete in advance
Procedures for requesting accommodations
New screening procedures for entering the worksite
New policies and procedures for safety (equipment, protocols)
Key customizable areas:
Health Screening Tools Employees/Visitors
Food Safety Precautions