Coronavirus (COVID-19): Resources to Support Serious Illness Population

Coronavirus

The spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting every aspect of our society, but it has unique implications for the serious illness care movement, as people with serious illness are particularly susceptible to complications from COVID-19. As a result, it is essential that patients and those caring for them have access to resources which can help them navigate this difficult time.

C-TAC has amplified our efforts on Capitol Hill since the COVID-19 spread as there are opportunities to advance key policies that can improve serious illness care for millions of people in alignment with our moonshot goal. C-TAC recently finalized policy recommendations which we shared with our champions in Congress and CMS. We will continue to work alongside our legislative and regulatory efforts to support policies designed to provide people living with serious illness with a variety of services during this crisis.

We are proud that others in the movement are already rising to meet this challenge. From communications guides for clinicians to self-care advice for caregivers, groups across the country are leveraging their talent and expertise to create tools designed to support the serious illness population.

The C-TAC team is developing a compiled list of resources on this page, organized by the audience which they aim to serve. We will continue to add new tools to this page, so stay tuned for updates!

Would you like to suggest a tool or resource for inclusion on this page? You can share it with the C-TAC team using the contact form at the bottom of this page. If you have any questions, please contact C-TAC Communications Manager Stephen Waldron at swaldron@theCTAC.org.

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