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- Unlicensed physician charged with Medicaid fraud
Authorities have arrested a man, Wellington Liranzo, on charges of Medicaid provider fraud and practicing medicine without a license at the Prime Care Family Health Center in Orlando.
- Survey: Physician assistants improve healthcare
An overwhelming majority of patients believe physician assistants (PA) improve quality of healthcare, according to a study conducted by Harris Poll for the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
- CDC releases updated Ebola treatment guidance
After two nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas were infected with Ebola while treating a patient with the virus, the CDC released stricter infection control guidelines for healthcare workers focused on personal protective equipment (PPE).
- Editor’s Note
Dear readers,Keeping private information safe seems to be an ongoing battle. I feel like every few weeks I hear news about another data breach or stolen laptop with sensitive data. So how do you keep your information protected? I’m working on a story for the Credentialing and Peer Review Legal Insider newsletter about how MSPs and medical staff leaders keep information safe, especially anything pertaining to peer reviews. If you would like to share thoughts with me, please email me.Son Hoang, editor, Medical Staff Leader Insider
- Poll finds Americans misinformed about Ebola risk
A recent national poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health found that about 90% of Americans incorrectly believe Ebola can be spread through the air if an infected person sneezes or coughs.
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