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Health Care Policies

The Dangers Of Straying From Standardized Guidelines Within Public Healthcare


Health Care Policies Standardized Guidelines

Discrepancies in the creation of healthcare policies and their interpretation can lead to different levels of care in one organization. This increases that organization’s risk exposure. There are potential outcomes here that healthcare providers need to avoid. The Joint Commission set the following leadership accreditation standard as an essential requirement.

“Patients with comparable needs [must] receive the same level of care, treatment, and services throughout the hospital” (Schyve, 2009). Patients may be concerned it is …

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Health Care Policies

The New NIH Final Rule Is Getting Tough On Non-Compliant Researchers


Health Care Policies: NIH Final Rule

New requirements on final clinical trial registration and reporting were released on September 16th. These new rulings could have a massive impact on the fate of trials. In some cases, the NIH may freeze grant funding if they fail to make the grade. The NIH is currently the largest public funder for these clinical trials, with an annual spend of $3 billion. This should appear as no shock to the many companies and research …

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Brexit Health Care Policies

The Impact of Brexit On the Life Sciences Industry


Health Policies For The Life Sciences Industry

The historic UK referendum on the nation’s relationship with the EU led to a surprising result. The majority of the people wanted to leave.

This severing of ties – now more commonly referred to as Brexit – has cast some doubts over the ongoing UK/EU relationship concerning healthcare and the life sciences industry.

There is plenty of debate over the way in which Brexit will have an impact on this industry. At …

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