Resources & Publications
Interim Report – Towards Recovery and Restoration: Policy Recommendations to Improve the Care of Individuals Living with Long-COVID
Today, the COVID Patient Recovery Alliance released an interim report, which offers more than two dozen federal policy recommendations and actionable steps Congress and the Administration can take to empower the health care sector to provide comprehensive, high-quality care and ongoing support to individuals suffering from long-COVID. Download the report here.
COVID Patient Recovery Alliance’s Letter of Support of CURES 2.0 Legislation
In mid-July 2021, the COVID Patient Recovery Alliance submitted a letter to Representatives DeGette and Upton, in support of the inclusion of long-COVID policies in their recent CURES 2.0 Act draft. The full letter may be accessed here.
National Institute of Health Webinar on Neurological Impacts of COVID
On July 14 and July 15, the National Institute of Health held a webinar on the neurological impacts of acute COVID-19 and long-COVID. Read the summary of the webinar here.
While most COVID-19 patients go on to fully recover, research shows a significant percentage of patients who get COVID-19 continue to experience a constellation of physical and mental complications weeks and even months after acute infection. This document breaks down all the questions to help you understand long-COVID.
Webinar Recording: The Emergence of Long-COVID and Key Implications
On May 6, 2021, Andrew Croshaw, Josh Trent, and Dr. Brett Giroir hosted a conversation that examined the emergence of long-COVID (or Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection, PASC). The discussion included implications health care stakeholders should consider including data and evidence generation, potential models of care delivery, patients’ costs and care needs, and potential socio-economic impacts. A recording of the discussion can be found here and slides can be found here.