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Virginia charts a pathway for ocular telehealth

By Michele Satterlund As technology innovations contin­ue to change the healthcare land­scape, Virginia’s policymakers have established a framework that expands access to ocular health­care while putting in place stan­dards to protect eye care patients. Senate Bill 1321, introduced by Sen. ...

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Get to know Generation Z

[Editor’s Note: Welcome to the next demographic group, Generation Z. These are the people who will be your clients, your employees and the members of your juries.] College admissions offices are already aggressively changing recruiting tactics to appeal to Generation ...

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Handling patient records in bankruptcy

When a health care business files for bankruptcy, legal requirements for the handling of patient records can quickly become the focal point. “Health care business” is defined broadly under a body of federal statutes known as the Bank­ruptcy Code. The ...

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