New York State COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Declared Null and Void

Jai HookerLegislative Updates

On Friday, Jan. 13, 2022, a New York State Supreme Court Judge for Onondaga County struck down the New York State Department of Health regulation mandating certain healthcare professionals be “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19, declaring the regulation to be “null, void, and of no effect.” (Medical Professionals for Informed Consent, et. al. v. Bassett, et al.)

Long COVID: Assessing and Managing Workforce Impact

Tasha PattersonSurveys, White Papers

Long COVID: Assessing and Managing Workforce Impact shares effective solutions and strategies for employers as they help employees with long COVID remain on the job, return to work in an effective and productive capacity, or access leave if they are unable to work.

2022 DMEC Long COVID Pulse Survey Results

Tasha PattersonSurveys, White Papers

In October 2022, DMEC surveyed 242 organizations across a variety of industries about current long COVID caseloads, accommodation practices, and strategic planning for long COVID management. This report highlights the survey results.