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
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 […]
New and resumed interactions that accompany the start of a new school year create new bullying risks. The federal government and many states have laws and other rules that make bullying illegal or civilly actionable […]
Practicing water safety is critical!
While living in a well-run assisted-living or other support of residential living arrangement can provide many positive social, safety and healthcare benefit for patients with declining physical or cognitive abilities, most elderly and disabled individuals dread […]
Well-intentioned but misdirected “quality@ and safety regulations and third party imposed credentialing, rating and quality standards drive up operating costs of hospitals, physicians and other health providers, payers and plan sponsors. See e.g., here. Beyond […]
Nothing ruins a great holiday or other party, celebration or vacation than the tragedy of an, accidental injury, death or other loss.
Help your employees, family and friends avoid having an avoidable accident run their holiday fun by sharing this poem from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA).