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5 Things Healthcare Leaders Should Know about the New COVID-19 Relief Bill

There’s no denying that the healthcare industry in the United States has been hit especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to many physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals being on the front line caring for patients who contracted the virus, many provider organizations sustained large drops in revenue.
A study reported by Health Affairs in September 2020 found that primary care practices are expected to lose $67,774 in gross revenue per full-time-equivalent physician. Similarly, a poll conducted by the American Medical Association (AMA) found that 81 percent of physicians disclosed revenue remained below pre-pandemic levels and 70 percent of respondents reported providing fewer total visits (in-person and telehealth) than pre-pandemic.

Multiple federal financial assistance programs were enacted in 2020 to aid U.S. businesses in remaining financially viable during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the following:

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COVID-19: Football Regulatory Issues

Following the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19 at all levels of football, FIFA has worked on a series of recommendations and guidelines to address some of the key practical issues arising from the pandemic, especially with regard to player contracts and the transfer system generally. This has been done in consultation with different stakeholders through a task force chaired by the FIFA Vice-President and chairman of the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee, Vittorio Montagliani, and including representatives of clubs, players, leagues, national associations and confederations.

A set of principles has been unanimously agreed by the task force and was endorsed by the Bureau of the FIFA Council today.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly changed all the factual circumstances around football for this season. So, FIFA, together with the stakeholders, has come up with some practical ideas and proposals to tackle these new circumstances. Whilst this will not solve each and every problem, it should serve to bring a measure of stability and clarity to football for the foreseeable future. We hope that this collaborative effort, under the leadership of FIFA, can provide a positive example of how football can come together and show unity, solidarity and a spirit of compromise in order to face the challenging times ahead. But before these times come, one thing must be clear to everyone, especially now: health comes first, well before football,” said FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

Below is a summary of the main guidelines approved, which FIFA both hopes and expects will be followed around the world.

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Economic impact of Covid-19 across the sports industry

Economic impact of Covid-19 across the sports industry, by @sportsvalue_Read full report here 👉 ow.ly/HBBy30quXup

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