CAMP is working hard to ensure the safety of our employees, clients, patients, and communities during this uncertain time. We continue to closely monitor the impacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are staying abreast of the CDC and CDPHE recommendations. We will continue to update our actions on this page.
In the weeks ahead, we know that you will need CAMP to support you and your business and we want to assure you that we will be there. As with many organizations, we are reducing in-person meetings and travel and the way in which we provide support may look different.
For any questions regarding CAMP's status at this time, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 8 - As we are now into Stage 3 of the Safer at Home Colorado response, CAMP continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation throughout Colorado with fewer restrictions. CAMP CEO sent Memo to staff regarding following requirements set forth by hospitals and clinics in which we work. CAMP staff will continue to follow the Safer at Home guidelines, but all additional restrictions by CAMP are lifted at this time.
June 1 - Colorado Governor issues Executive Order Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors.
May 25 - Colorado Governor issues extension to Safer at Home through June 1, 2020.
April 26 - Colorado Governor issues Safer at Home Executive Order, set to expire May 27, 2020.
March 25 - Received communication from CDPHE regarding Public Order 20-24, dated March 22, 2020. This memo provided further clarification that the order does not prohibit servicing and inspection of radiation producing equipment in health care facilitites. As we have already been practicing within CAMP, this states individuals should at all times and to the greatest extent possible comply with Social Distancing Requirements.
March 20 - CAMP CEO sent communication to staff and clients regarding precautions all CAMP staff should be taking while on-site at client facilities. If facilities require more, we will always adhere to the most stringent requirement.
March 19 - Received and shared Memo from FDA regarding MQSA (Mammography Quality Standards Act) inspections and regulations during this time period.
March 18 - Received and shared Memo from CDPHE regarding field services and inspections on a case-by-case risk assessment basis.
March 17 - CAMP CEO and Chief Client Relations Officer sent Memo to clients regarding ACR and CDPHE allowances and how CAMP is working to limit physicist on-site visits over the next three weeks.
March 16 - CAMP CEO sent Memo to staff regarding guidelines for healthcare workers to support limitations intended to help 'flatten the curve.' This includes the use of protective gear while on-site, washing hands, cleaning equipment, etc. as well as more information on CAMP travel restrictions and limited social interaction. We are encouraging staff to work from home whenever possible and take advantage of minimal risk testing times to complete work if available.
March 16 - Memo from CDPHE regarding allowances for inspections due in March, April, May, and June 2020.
March 15 - Share information from Colorado Health Department regarding travel to/from Eagle, Summit, Pitkin, or Gunnison counties. Any staff who have traveled to these areas will be under work restrictions following guidelines. Postponed scheduled work in Summit county to reduce risk of exposure.
March 13 - Adjusted therapy schedule to allow for more remote and less on-site coverage.
March 13 - Sent Memo to hospital facilities regarding current actions CAMP is taking to minimize risk to staff and clients. All employee travel for conferences and all company gatherings and in-person meetings are cancelled or transitioned to Skype meetings for now. All staff will sign a fever attestation. No staff will report to work with a fever.
March 13 - Changed scheduled company meeting to a Skype meeting and postponed company family day and party.
March 9 - CAMP wide messaging from our CEO regarding proactive steps CAMP is taking to stay on top of this situation. CAMP reminds all staff to stay at home when they are sick (fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headaches, chills, or fatigue), wash hands frequently, cover thier mouths when sneezing, avoid people with respiratory symptoms, and clean frequently touched surfaces. Employees are encouraged to use telephone and remote conferencing instead of face-to-face meetings when possible.