“Unimaginable.” “A life-changing experience.” “Unbelievable but rewarding.” “Trying and difficult.” “A learning experience.” These are the phrases several Monroe County nurses used to sum up the past 12 months.
A bill named after a Coast boy with Down syndrome has become law after Gov. Tate Reeves signed it today. Hudson’s Law, also known as the Down Syndrome Information Act, will require doctors to provide the most accurate and up-to-date educational information available to parents of children diagnosed with Down syndrome.
Lower patient volume, canceled elective procedures and higher expenses tied to the COVID-19 pandemic have created financial challenges for some hospitals, while others are seeing their finances begin to improve.
Google Cloud recently announced it would release its Healthcare Consent Management API to general availability to provide healthcare application developers and clinical researchers a simple way to manage individuals’ consent over health data use.
Starting July 1, minor revisions to three elements of performance will go into effect in the Certification Participation Requirements (CPR) chapter for all certification programs. These changes align with those made in the Accreditation Participation Requirements (APR) chapter.
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