During this current state of recovery, our thoughts are with all of you. TMLT is here to provide any guidance you may need to navigate these uncertain times.
Whether you have questions regarding your coverage, your records, or risk management, we are here to help. Reach out to our customer service department by phone at 800-580-8658 ext. 5050 or email at email@example.com.
As we work through the recovery, please know that everyone at TMLT is in your corner and wishing you, your team members, and your patients the very best in these difficult times.
— The employees of TMLT
TMLT POLICIES AND EMERGENCY RELIEF WORK
TMLT polices extend coverage for physicians performing emergency relief work related to Hurricane Harvey. However, if you are employed by a group, your group may restrict coverage only to work done on behalf of the group. Please check your policy to see if this restriction is in place, and work with your group to expand coverage.
Contact your TMLT underwriter for more information.
- Financial assistance available to rebuild practices damaged by Hurricane Harvey
- Relief program launched to re-open hurricane-devastated medical practices
- Texas Medical Association Disaster Preparedness Resource Center: Hurricane Harvey
- Family Practice Management — Preparing for and recovering from a natural disaster
- HealthIT.gov — FAQs on recovery plan
- Legal delays in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey
- AHIMA — Health Information Relief Operation Fund
- CMS Policy for Handling Lost or Destroyed Documentation and Provider Attestation Form
- CMS Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT) Process for Handling a Provider’s Allegation of Medical Record Destruction
- Preservation of records
- Five Steps to Recovering Flood-Damaged Records
IN THE NEWS
- Teladoc is providing free medical care for Hurricane Harvey victims
- Houston physician canoes to hospital for surgery
- In Houston, most hospitals "up and fully functional"
- In a Houston emergency room, it was a week like no other
- After Harvey hit, a Texas hospital decided to evacuate. Here's how patients got out
- Houston stadium becomes makeshift hospital during Harvey recovery