CPR along with the Disability Law Center announce an updated guide to crisis standards of care for individuals with disabilities, their families, and health care agents titled: Health Care Rationing and Accommodations: What Massachusetts Patients with Disabilities Need to Know During the COVID-19 Pandemic. This resource explains heath care rationing, the triage process, and the most recent changes to the Massachusetts Crisis Standards of Care. It also describes a range of protections and reasonable accommodations that are available to individuals with disabilities in the event crisis standards are invoked.
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