Inclusa’s Continued Response to COVID-19
As we all navigate the challenges and uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, Inclusa’s commitment to members, providers, colleagues, and community partners remains the same. We continue to monitor and respond to the evolving situation and are dedicated to helping you stay updated. Below are some reminders about our current operations, as well as available resources we encourage you to explore.
- We continue to update our COVID-19 Home page with news and access to resources, including a new COVID-19 Vaccine section. Also see the sections with specific information for Providers and Members & Families.
- Inclusa is actively involved in activities related to the COVID-19 vaccine, and we want to ensure that all Inclusa members and providers, if they desire, can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. This includes special outreach when needed to supplement information from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) about the DHS Vaccine Plan, such as our communication in January to non-licensed providers with information on working with local health departments and tribal health centers to receive vaccinations.
- Inclusa colleagues continue to work remotely where possible, to support the social/physical distancing practices necessary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
- Essential in-person visits and meetings will continue in 2021. Prioritized member visits and appropriate provider meetings are considered essential. Alternative communication and meeting methods (such as Zoom videoconferencing) will continue to be utilized as appropriate to support nonprioritized interaction, in alignment with recommendations set forth by DHS.
- All nonessential Inclusa-related, in-person visits and meetings remain suspended until further notice.
- Inclusa continues to require the use of cloth face coverings for all colleagues when interacting in person on behalf of Inclusa with members, providers, and community members, and for all visitors to Inclusa offices.
Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are ever grateful for the continued partnerships that have been an essential part of reducing risk and supporting the health and safety of members, providers, colleagues, and others with whom we work collaboratively. We have been, are, and will continue to be all in this together!