Biden Administration to End COVID-19 PHE on May 11

Originally published in the February 2, 2023, issue of MGMA’s Washington Connection
Reprinted with permission from MGMA

The Biden Administration announced that it plans to end the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) on May 11, 2023. This decision comes after multiple renewals over the past three years. MGMA appreciates that the Administration heeded our call to provide at least 90-days’ notice prior to concluding the PHE. The end of the PHE will have ramifications for a variety of flexibilities afforded by the pandemic over the last several years, such as HIPAA penalty waivers, controlled substance prescription waivers, and COVID-19 testing and treatment coverage.

For more information on the flexibilities that will conclude along with the PHE, download MGMA’s member-exclusive resource.

Urgent Practice Data Survey – Week of May 11, 2020


Urgent Practice Data Survey
An NCMGMA, NCMS and Curi Collaboration

Monday, May 11, 2020

NCMGMA, NCMS, and Curi are working together to gather vital practice information from administrators and clinicians across North Carolina relative to the COVID-19 crisis. To support this effort, we are sending a brief e-survey every Monday. This week’s survey again includes a more detailed telehealth component, and we hope you’ll be diligent in answering these questions in addition to our other weekly questions so we can report out this data.

As a reminder, we encourage everyone to complete the entire survey each week, including the detailed financial component questions you may have answered last week, as we are analyzing these data points for changes over time. Please remember all answers are completely anonymous.

We ask that you please complete this survey when you receive it in your inbox.


About the NCMGMA, NCMS and Curi Survey

Each week on Monday, the same set of questions will be sent to your inbox. The idea is to capture weekly snapshots of North Carolina’s healthcare practices as we move through the coronavirus pandemic. The information and data you share will be compiled and used anonymously to better understand the most acute and immediate needs, and to establish any trends to inform our policymakers on behalf of the physicians, PAs, practice administrators and the patients of North Carolina.

We know this is a stressful and uncertain time, but by taking less than 5 minutes each week to complete this survey, you are allowing us to better respond to and represent your needs. Please click the link above to take this short survey and help us work together to battle back against this healthcare crisis.

Join the Weekly Survey E-list

If you aren’t already on the e-list and would like to be added, please email the NCMGMA offices at and we will put you on the list.

Thank You for Your Participation

Thank you for your time and for your commitment to your communities. We’re in this together and are proud to support you and your practice through this tumultuous season.

– Your Colleagues at the NCMGMA, NCMS, and Curi