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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: Time for Sport to ‘Build Back Better’

World Players Association sets guiding principles to support the recovery and rebuilding of the global sport industry

(Nyon, Switzerland, 14 October 2020) – The World Players Association today launched six key principles to guide the global sport industry in the herculean task of recovering and rebuilding from the COVID-19 pandemic. The multi-billion-dollar industry – which accounts for up to one percent of global gross domestic product – has been acutely impacted by the crisis due to the widespread restrictions on mass gatherings and the closure of international and domestic borders.

Since being initially shut down in February 2020, the global sport industry has understood that it must lead by example given that COVID-19 is, first and foremost, a public health crisis. Sports bodies, leagues and player associations have worked closely with governments to negotiate incredibly complex health and economic protocols and agreements that have enabled professional leagues of wide-ranging scale to return to play. The pandemic has also revealed underlying vulnerabilities in the economy of professional sport, including low levels of liquidity despite almost three decades of unprecedented growth.

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Futbolun Kaderini “Futbol Şûrası” Belirlesin

TFF. Yönetim Kurulu Küresel Salgın Koronavirüs (Covid-19) sürecinde Profesyonel Futbol Liglerinin devamı konusunda alacağı tarihi kararı ; Yasal Düzenlemelerdeki yetkilerine dayanarak en kısa zamanda Genel Kurulu Olağan Üstü toplantıya çağırarak veya kanunun TFF yönetimine vermiş olduğu yetkiye dayanarak; Futbolun içerisinde yer alan tüm paydaşların yer aldığı, “Futbol Şûrası” ndan çıkacak ortak sonuç, futbol kamu vicdanın kararı olarak Türk Futbol tarihine geçecek ve futbol ile ilgili herkesimi memnun edecektir.

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The sporting goods industry severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis

Today, FESI is unveiling the results of a flagship survey conducted among its members to assess the impact of the current COVID-19 crisis on the sporting goods industry. The survey shows that the entire sporting goods sector is strongly impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak with 45% of the companies declaring a loss of turnoverranging between 50% and 90% since the beginning of the crisis. A new broader survey exercise examining the effectiveness of economic and policy responses for the sector will be conducted shortly.

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