Tag Archives: Policies

Inappropriate Treatment Policies: Central Issues and a Working Example

At 10:30 on Saturday, October 20, 2018, at ASBH 2018, check out "Inappropriate Treatment Policies: Central Issues and a Working Example." When a patient or surrogate asks for a treatment or other intervention that the attending physician believes is medically … Continue reading

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OIG Invites Comments on Potential Changes to Federal Anti-kickback and Beneficiary Inducement Policies to Promote Value-Based Care

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health Human Services (HHS) has issued a request for information (RFI) on ways to amend or add new safe harbors to the Anti-Kickback Statute and exceptions to the beneficiary inducement … Continue reading

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Apple to Require Apps on Its App Store to Have Privacy Policies

In an announcement on August 30, Apple told app developers that they would have to have a privacy policy on their apps by October 3, or they would not be able to be sold in the App Store: Upcoming privacy policy requirement. … Continue reading

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Study Rooms Policies and Reservation Information

Reserve a Study Room Here Study Rooms are available in the law library for law student use. Note: they are heavily used during exams—so be sure to familiarize yourself with how to reserve one for you or your group: Only … Continue reading

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Employers’ Prescription Drug Use Policies Coming Under Scrutiny

As reported on the Hunton Employment & Labor Perspectives blog, the ongoing opioid epidemic is causing employers to consider the best ways to ensure a safe workplace, but companies should be careful when addressing employees’ prescription drug use. Recent court … Continue reading

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