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CMS COVID-19 Stakeholder Engagement Calls

CMS hosts varied, recurring stakeholder engagement sessions to share information related to the agency’s response to COVID-19. These sessions are open to members of the healthcare community and are intended to provide updates, share best practices among peers, and offer attendees an opportunity to ask questions of CMS and other subject matter experts.

Conference lines are limited so you are highly encourage to join via audio webcast, on your computer or smartphone web browser. You are welcome to share this invitation with your colleagues and professional networks. These calls are intended for healthcare professionals only.

Calls recordings and transcripts are posted on the CMS podcast page.

CMS COVID-19 Office Hours Calls (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 – 6:00 PM Eastern)

Office Hour Calls provide an opportunity for hospitals, health systems, and providers to ask questions of agency officials regarding CMS’s temporary actions that empower local hospitals and healthcare systems to:

  • Increase Hospital Capacity – CMS Hospitals Without Walls;
  • Rapidly Expand the Healthcare Workforce;
  • Put Patients Over Paperwork; and
  • Further Promote Telehealth in Medicare

April 30, 5:00 – 6:00 PM Eastern
Toll Free Attendee Dial In: 833-614-0820; Access Passcode: 7476619; Audio Webcast link

Lessons from the Front Lines: COVID-19 (Fridays at 12:30 – 2:00 PM Eastern)
Lessons from the Front Lines calls are a joint effort between CMS Administrator Seema Verma, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, MD, and the White House Coronavirus Task Force. Physicians and other clinicians are invited to share their experience, ideas, strategies, and insights with one another related to their COVID-19 response. There is an opportunity to ask questions of presenters.

May 1, 12:30 – 2:00 PM Eastern
Toll Free Attendee Dial-In: 877-251-0301; Access Code: 9545128; Web Link

Keep up with what the White House Task Force is doing in response to COVID-19. For information specific to CMS, please visit the Current Emergencies Website.