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Psychiatric Care in Crisis

Bill of Health

By Zainab Ahmed Psychiatric care in the Emergency Department is all-or-nothing and never enough. The ED acts as a safety-net for a failing health system, one that places little value on mental health services, either preventative or follow-up. Upon discharge, our patients are, once again, on their own.

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Concerted Effort to Define Responsible Use of AI in Healthcare is Sorely Needed

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by Amy Hester, PhD, RN, BC, FAAN, Chairwoman and CEO at HD Nursing The growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) across a number of industries, particularly in healthcare, has shown both great promise as well as cause for alarm. Government’s AI Executive Order: A Step Forward or Falling Short?

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OIG Advisory Opinion Alert: Yet Another Favorable Decision for Medical Device Manufacturers

Healthcare Law Blog

On Thursday, March 16, the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services (“OIG”) issued OIG Advisory Opinion (“AO”) No. Millions of people in the US suffer from heart failure each year, resulting in billions of dollars in healthcare costs.

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Telehealth for Behavioral Healthcare

Verisys

COVID has impacted every aspect of daily life, and these changes have affected people’s mental health, making telehealth services for behavioral health more important than ever. Others may become susceptible to mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety. The use of telemedicine in the U.S.

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Health Provider News – February 10, 2023

Hall Render

Dunleavy proposes extending Medicaid coverage for new mothers ARIZONA Banner Health pays $1.25M penalty over HIPAA failures from 2016 breach Arizona nursing school at risk of losing accreditation St. billion since pandemic U.S. billion since pandemic U.S. billion since pandemic U.S. billion since pandemic U.S. billion since pandemic U.S.

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SQA Regulatory Surveillance Summary | Monthly Update 2023 – January

SQA

Relevant matters are hereby announced as follows: As of 01 December 2022, the Electronic Certificates of Documentation for Export of APIs to the EU and Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product will be put into use. Efforts should be made to promote and guide the use of electronic certificates.

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The BFDs – The Ten Best Prescription Drug/Medical Device Decisions of 2023

Drug & Device Law

Executive Health Resources, Inc. , Executive Health Resources, Inc. , United States Department of Health and Human Services , 58 F.4th In 2023, these include United States ex rel. Polansky v. UnitedHealthcare, Inc. , 3d 239 (Cal. Croda Inc. , 3d 191 (Del. C-8 Personal Injury Litigation , 87 F.4th

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