A Physicians' Guide to COVID-19
CDC Information Resources for Clinics and Healthcare Facilities
Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation
Illinois Department of Public Health
IDFPR Relaxes Rules for Retired Physicians and PA's
Physicians and physician assistants whose licenses are expired, inactive or non-renewed for less than three years can have them restored temporarily for no fee or continuing education requirement to work under the direction of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency, Illinois Department of Public Health or in a long-term care facility, hospital or federally qualified health center.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information is changing on a daily basis. The Kane County Medical Society is providing links to important information and data to help keep you informed.
Kane County Medical Society physicians are urged to follow and heed information coming out of the Illinois Medical Professionals Action Collaborative Team (IMPACT) whose mission it is to identify and meet the needs of Illinois’ healthcare workers and communities.
In a recent statement on November 9, 2020, IMPACT urgently addressed the concern that many healthcare workers as well as citizens are experiencing COVID-19 fatigue and are letting their guard down right at a time when everyone needs to be more vigilant than ever. Read the full statement here.
Please follow IMPACT’s important announcements on Facebook, Twitter @Impact4hc and LinkedIn.
On Wednesday, June 24th Dr. Vidya Mandiyan, MD and Deborah Rehder, PharmD presented "Lessons from a COVID-19 Hotspot" highlighting patient cases and treatment options being used as the virus continues to unfold. A recording of the presentation along with the accompanying slides is available. To access the presentation, click on the program title.