On Monday, July 6, 2020, health care providers were able to continue to provide in-person procedures and services as authorized in Phase 2, with the addition of certain group treatment programs and day programs. All providers must maintain compliance with public health and safety standards. Prioritizing telehealth, meeting public health and infection control standards, adhering to prioritization policies, ensuring equitable access to care, and monitoring patient volume must continue. Moving into Phase 3 for the health care system was contingent on Massachusetts maintaining sufficient statewide hospital bed capacity at newly revised thresholds.
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Reopening Health and Human Services in Massachusetts Phase 3
Health and Human Services reopening plans and guidance for Phase 3