THOT Members Respond to COVID-19

Ask Congress to include funding for the HRSA Uninsured Program in its next COVID funding bill

THOT encourages Congress to add funding for COVID-19-related services for the uninsured to COVID legislation.

As of March 16, 2022, the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) announced that due to a lack of federal funding, HRSA’s Uninsured Program will no longer be available for testing, treatment, and vaccine services related to COVID-19 for uninsured individuals. Claims for testing and treatment received after March 22 will not be processed or reimbursed; claims for vaccine administration received after April 5 will not be processed or reimbursed.

Download the Issue Overview

UHS opens a Post-COVID Recovery Clinic

See more here: COVID long-haulers who weren’t hospitalized struggle to recover


See resources below for Governor’s Disaster Declarations; DSHS’ COVID-19 website; DSHS case count information and a link to the CDC.

Read THOT’s Letter to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Latest Topics

Strategies for Supporting the Nurse Workforce: Results From a National Survey How Parkland Health Puts These Strategies Into Action

A recent national survey of nurses identified three key opportunities for hospitals [...]

May 6, 2024|

Teaching Hospitals of Texas Applauds Governor Abbott’s Direction to THECB to Create Task Force Focused on Healthcare Workforce Shortages

With direction from Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s [...]

April 19, 2024|
Go to Top