Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
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Risk Management Resources
Due to ongoing concerns of COVID-19 the Office of Risk Management is working remotely. We can be reached by email and phone at the addresses and extensions listed below:
Voicemail messages are checked remotely Monday-Friday excluding County Observed Holidays.
- Understanding the Difference Between a Surgical Mask and an N95 Respirator
- Required Labeling of NIOSH-Approved N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirators
- Handwashing and Hand Sanitizer Use at Home
- SDS eBinder Access Poster
- CDC Cloth Face Covering
- Voluntary Use of Filtering Facepiece Respirators (County Specific)
- Home and Virtual Office Ergonomics
PowerPoints as PDFs
- Hand Washing and Hand Sanitizer Use
- COVID-19 Myths Busted text
- How to Use MSDS online (SDS eBinder County Specific)
- Viruses (full PowerPoint)
Useful links and websites
We will handle entry of products into the system. With increased telework and procurement of cleaners and disinfectants we realize that department level entry may be difficult.
Health and Benefit Plan COVID 19 Resources
Mental Health Resources flyer
Employee Assistance Program (EAP):
The EAP provides 24/7 counseling and referral services to all employees and their family members Please click the link below for complete details on EAP benefits and services including COVID 19 resources
Aetna Open Access and PPO plans:
The Aetna plans require no cost share for COVID-19 testing or treatment. COVID-19 testing either in-network or out of network will be covered at 100%. In addition, the health care provider visit, urgent care visit, or emergency room visit that resulted in the request for the test will be covered at 100% as well. Please click the links below for more details on Aetna COVID 19 benefits and information.
Aetna Teledoc telemedicine:
Telemedicine and virtual care services give patients access to health care providers without having to leave home and, therefore, limit close contact with people who are sick. In response to COVID-19, any covered telemedicine visit copays are waived until June 4, 2020.
Please click this link for details.
For all Kaiser Permanente plans, cost sharing (deductibles, copayments and coinsurance) will be reduced to zero dollars ($0.00) for medically necessary screening and testing for COVID-19 including the visit, associated lab testing, and radiology services in a plan hospital, emergency or urgent care setting, or medical office. This cost sharing reduction will apply to all Kaiser Permanente and other plan (participating) providers. If a member is diagnosed with COVID-19, all treatment including but not limited to hospital, transportation and pharmacy services will be covered in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the coverage document for the member’s health plan.
Please click the link below for additional information
In addition Kaiser has implemented the following in response to the COVID 19 virus: Drive-up testing at 6 locations; Telehealth; Postponement of elective surgeries and procedures; Increased member communications including this video series link Coronavirus and COVID-19 informational video series
Delta Dental has provided information on the link below for members and patients.
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
The CARES Act now allows for over-the-counter medications to be reimbursed through your FSA without a prescription. You can contact Flexible Benefit Administrators for more information about this change here