CMS COVID-19 Stakeholder Engagement Calls-December 2020  

CMS hosts varied recurring stakeholder engagement sessions to share information related to the agency’s response to COVID-19. These sessions are open to members of the healthcare community and are intended to provide updates, share best practices among peers, and offer attendees an opportunity to ask questions of CMS and other subject matter experts.

Call details are below. Conference lines are limited so we highly encourage you to join via audio webcast, either on your computer or smartphone web browser. You are welcome to share this invitation with your colleagues and professional networks. These calls are not intended for the press.

Calls recordings and transcripts are posted on the CMS podcast page at:

COVID-19 Care Site-Specific Call

CMS-CDC Nursing Home Stakeholder Call

When: December 22, 2020; 1-2pm ET

Where: Participant Line: (833) 614-0820   (Conference ID: 7979889)

Overview: Please join CDC and CMS for this call with Nursing Homes focused on COVID 19 vaccination among residents and staff. During this call, you’ll receive:

  • Updates on Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program;
  • Critical clinical, safety, and infection prevention and control considerations associated with implementation;
  • Communication resources you can use to address resident and staff questions and concerns; and
  • General reminders for the holiday season.

A questions and answer session will follow updates.

Acute Hospital at Home Q&A Session

When: Tuesday, December 22, 2020 10:30 AM-11:00 AM

Where: Participant Line: (833) 614-0820  (Conference ID: 3985903)

Join CMS for an Acute Hospital Care at Home Q&A Session. This call provides an opportunity for health systems interested in participating as well as hospitals currently enrolled in the program to seek clarification from CMS subject matter experts.  Prior to the call, please review the publicly posted FAQs to verify if an answer to your question is available. Acute hospital care at home FAQs (PDF)

For the most current information including call schedule changes, please click here

To keep up with the important work the White House Task Force is doing in response to COVID-19 click here: For information specific to CMS, please visit the Current Emergencies Website.