Inclusa continues to follow the guidance of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), alongside local public health agencies across Wisconsin. Providers licensed by the State of Wisconsin should continue to watch for operations guidance in relation to COVID-19 from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Division of Quality Assurance (DQA).
The DHS and CDC websites are updated regularly as circumstances are changing and evolving. Also be sure to connect with your local health department, the first line of contact for situations that impact your community’s health.
In addition, the following are the most recent memos issued by DHS:
- Department of Health Services (DHS) | REVISED Recommendations for Long-Term Care and Assisted Living Facilities
- Department of Health Services (DHS) | AFH Guidelines – Letter
- Department of Health Services (DHS) | Adult Day Services Guidelines – Letter
“For more than 20 years, Inclusa has lived the vision of empowering people to explore and achieve life’s possibilities. This enduring vision guides us as we face the difficult challenge of responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19). […] In the interest of full transparency, we want to share with you the decisions we have made to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.”
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Inclusa continues to monitor the developing COVID-19 situation in Wisconsin. Inclusa is taking a proactive approach early in the progression of this virus so we can do our part to limit the spread and hopefully reduce the impact this virus could have.
As a result, all Inclusa offices will be open by appointment only. In addition, all face-to-face visits by Inclusa colleagues with providers and members will be suspended, effective immediately and until further notice. If you have questions or concerns related to impacts on members, please contact the Member’s team or Inclusa’s main office.
To reach Inclusa’s main office, call: 877-622-6700
Please utilize these resources as your most up to date information related to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19:
The direct support workforce crisis is having a major impact on provider agencies across the country. To develop a deeper sense of what providers are experiencing and how they’re responding, APSE is assisting ANCOR in collecting data about the workforce shortage and the repercussions on the services you provide.
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