By Scott Gottlieb MD – It is incumbent upon FDA to ensure that we have the right policies in place to promote and encourage safe and effective innovation that can benefit consumers, and adopt regulatory approaches to enable the efficient development of these technologies.
Online Legal Education Program for Non-Lawyers Helps Health Care Professionals Advance Their Careers
Emory University School of Law is now making its Juris Master degree for non-lawyers available in an online format designed specifically for health care professionals. The Juris Master (JM) program includes a concentration in Health Care Law, Policy.
Career site Nurse.org released a new report featuring “real-world” salary rankings by state for registered nurses. The list considers base pay along with cost of living — a more meaningful salary comparison for nurses looking to advance their careers by relocating.
Tune in this week for these highlighted shows. Don’t miss, Healthcare de Jure, HIPAA Chat, This Just In with @HITAdvisor Justin Barnes, and The ABCs of MIPS with Tom Lee. And airing in syndication, PopHealth Week with Gregg Masters and Fred Goldstein.
Follow and join the conversation with #NHTD, #HIVTestingDay and #DoingIT. Next Tuesday, June 27th, is National HIV Testing Day, a day to promote HIV testing. On this day, the federal government, health departments, and other organizations raise awareness about the importance of HIV testing and early diagnosis of HIV. Whether you are an individual or an organization, […]
By David O’Keefe – Students across the country are cramming for finals, planning graduation parties, and preparing themselves for their first “real world” jobs. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects nearly 2 million students will graduate with their bachelor’s degree as the Class of 2017.