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The HHS Conscience Rule and What It Means for Your Clients

By / May 14, 2019 / , / 0 Comments

On May 1st, Trump  announced the final Conscience Rule or the rule that provides protection for medical personnel, entities, and insurers for refusing services that conflict with their personal beliefs or conscience. According to the Final Conscience Regulation Fact Sheet, “The rule ensures that, among other things, healthcare professionals will not feel compelled to leave […]

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Fair Housing Month

By / April 12, 2019 / , , / 0 Comments

April is Fair Housing month, and this year HUD launched a campaign that is focused on anti sexual harassment in housing to protect people from experiencing sexual harassment from a landlord, property manager, or maintenance worker.  According to a recent study published by the Missouri Law Review, 1 in 10 low income women  experienced sexual […]

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Why Person-Centered Care Matters

By / April 2, 2019 / , , / 0 Comments

As you could probably make an educated guess, person-centered care is–that’s right–care that is centered around the person receiving treatment. Person-centered care places value on the patient’s desires, familial situations,  and what they care about most. By considering the patient as an individual, the care team and the patient work together to come to the […]

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#DiabetesAlertDay

By / March 26, 2019 / , / 0 Comments

Diabetes Alert Day, put on by the American Diabetes Association, occurs every 4th Tuesday of March in an effort to help people prevent or manage their  typer 2 diabetes. According to National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, approximately 30.3 million  or 9.4% of Americans are affected by type 2 Diabetes. In addition, […]

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