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The Intersection of Public Health and Medical Care: How a Public Health Consultant Can Support Bridging the Gap

Sponsored Content Over the past twenty years the global burden of mortality and morbidity has shifted from communicable diseases to noncommunicable or chronic disease and its associated risk factors.

South Dakota Enacts Data Breach Notification Law

Effective July 1, healthcare providers, business associates, and other businesses maintaining patient information in South Dakota, will have a new law with which to adhere.

When Physicians Need a Hand: Peer Support Program Offers Help Through Difficult Times

Physicians are aware that the practice of medicine carries risk, and that adverse outcomes can and do happen to patients. Physicians just don’t think they’re going to be a part, or cause, of them.

Battling Worker Fatigue

You look tired.” Everyone knows this is never a compliment. But did you also realize it can be an actual danger to yourself and others in your workplace?

Workplace Violence in Healthcare

According to the 2011 to 2013 Bureau of Labor Statistics data, US healthcare workers suffered 15,000 to 20,000 injuries each year related to workplace violence that required time away from work for treatment and recovery.

Barriers to Effective Communication

To ensure an effective physician-patient relationship and provide quality care, you must be able to communicate with your patients.

Service Animals in the Medical Practice

Many physicians and their staffs actively discourage the presence of animals within the office for cleanliness and hygiene reasons—as well as the potential safety threat from an uncontrollable animal. However, medical practices that prohibit all animals from their premises under any circumstances risk facing allegations that they have violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

2017: The Year in Review

In keeping with our annual tradition, we have dedicated the next few pages to some of the year’s top stories.

New Toolkit Helps Tribes Take More Control of Research

American Indian tribes have long been a popular focus for population research studies. Too often, however, the findings are never even shared with the tribe, let alone used to improve tribal health.

Is Your Practice Prepared?

Lawsuit Highlight's ACA's Anti-Discrimination Rule

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