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
Learn about new funding opportunities for projects to develop or test health data functionalities to support clinical care, research, and improved health care outcomes in a special briefing tomorrow (April 15, 2020) at 1:30 p.m. Eastern,
Having ready access to health records and documents helps veteran and other patients and families and their heath care providers stay informed about the patient, his or her medical history, condition, symptoms, health care team […]
Check your immunizations this week!
Many families struggling to deal with the financial challenges created by medical conditions or disabilities often find themselves short in cash to pay their taxes. With the April 15 tax filing due date just a […]
Home Chart Dementia Symptoms To Improve Care
Safely disposing of unused medication is critical to avoid medication errors in the patient’s home without facilitating others abuse or contaminating the environment. Many Americans have unused prescriptions in their homes. Over-prescribed, adverse effects and […]
Take my hand and come with me, I want to teach you about ADHD. I need you to know, I want to explain, I have a very different brain. Sights, sounds, and thoughts collide. What […]
Patients and families and others working to locate and select the right health care provider to provide and other tips for getting the post benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment for themselves or […]
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.