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Just a line to say I’m living that I’m not among the dead. Though I’m getting more forgetful and mixed up in the head. I got used to my arthritis, to my dentures, I’m resigned. […]
OCR Says Widely Used COVID-19 Practice Of Allocating Respirators & Other Scarce COVID-19 Care Based On Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Violates Civil Rights Laws
Healthcare providers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) is presenting free heath care provider training on “Guidance for Certifying Deaths Due to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)” today (April 16, 2020) at 2pm ET. […]
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Finding reported in the new Mobile Health Applications for Self-Management of Diabetes Report from the Agency For Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
The findings raise questions about whether patient, health plan, employer or other amounts invested to acquire and use in these applications as tools to help diabetes patients better manage their disease provide sufficient return on investment.