AMA policy recognizes that physical or verbal violence between law enforcement officers and the public, particularly among Black and Brown communities where these incidents are more prevalent and pervasive, is a critical determinant of health and supports research into the public health consequences of these violent interactions. Recognizing that many who serve in law enforcement…

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MLMIC is pleased to announce their new publication, The Scope.  It combines the best of Dateline and Case Review into a single publication, offering the latest health, legal, risk management, and insurance information. The premiere issue features the following topics: Transitioning Medical Practices Post-COVID-19 MLMIC Releases Million Dollar Claims – A Closer Look Million Dollar Claims – Diagnostic Errors Explored Case…

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All regions have met all seven metrics required to reopen, except New York City. The Mid-Hudson Region and Long Island met all seven metrics to begin Phase 1 reopening. Please view the NY Forward Business Reopening Loopup Tool to determine whether a business is eligible to reopen. Search by county and business category. CLICK HERE…

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Final Rule continues to strengthen the popular private Medicare health and drug plans The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today finalized requirements that will increase access to telehealth for seniors in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, expand the types of supplemental benefits available for beneficiaries with an MA plan who have chronic diseases, provide support…

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