New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist Episode NOW on Demand with host Dr. Nick & guest Maggie Ehrenfried, Managing Director, Development at LifeNet International.
By Art Gross – The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, better know as HIPAA, was passed by Congress in 1996 and called for the protection and confidential handling of protected health information (PHI).
By Janet Woodcock MD & Theresa M. Michele MD – Skin cancer incidence rates continue to rise, making risk from excess sun exposure an important public health priority. Yet despite what we know about prevention, skin cancer remains the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States.
New Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist Episode NOW on Demand with host Dr. Nick & guest Dr. Tia Powell, the Director for the Center for Bioethics at Montefiore Medical Center & an expert in Dementia & author of the book: Dementia Reimagined: Building a Life of Joy and Dignity from Beginning to End.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, This week, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a presidential candidate, unveiled the 2019 version of his “Medicare-for-all” bill recently. But even more than two decades after first proposing a…
By Garrett Grigsby & Robert P. Kadlec MD – The very word ‘pandemic’ conjures images of global disease and death. Educational campaigns highlighting the centennial of the 1918 Influenza pandemic are a jarring reminder that more than 50 million people died due to…
By Keith Boone – I’ve been seeing a lot of tweets recently complaining about misuse of HIPAA (about a half-dozen). Mostly from people who know better than doctors what the regulations and legislation actually says.
By Ed Simcox – This past October, in partnership with the American Society of Nephrology, my office launched the first KidneyX prize, ‘Redesign Dialysis’. Now, less than 5 months later, the first phase of the prize has come to a close.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, This week, Like those of his recent predecessors, President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for the fiscal year that starts in October will not be adopted by Congress.