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BREXIT in Six Agreements

Breaking up is not only hard to do; it can be labour-intensive and resource depleting. In the case of Britain’s split from the European Union there are at least six agreements which Theresa’s May’s government has to negotiate; conclude; and bring into force before Britain’s legal decoupling from the EU and its Common Market can be fully realised. 58 more words


AAP shares Hygiea Foundation d/b/a True North Health Center's innovative CQI tool

I still recall the day in 2010 that the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) reached out and requested and then subsequently posted our (Hygeia Foundation d/b/a True North Health Center) quality improvement tool… 227 more words


Caribbean implications as the UK bids Europe farewell - By David Jessop

Caribbean implications as the UK bids Europe farewell – By David Jessop

By David Jessop  – Published on June 25, 2016

On June 23, by a small majority, the British people voted to remove themselves from the… 1,258 more words


Expanded Panama Canal Seen Greatly Increasing Insurance Risk

The first trial run with a Post-Panamax cargo ship in the new sets of locks on the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal, in Panama City, Panama June 9, 2016. 418 more words

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Relax, it’s only MACRA

by Bob Doherty, MD, FACP

Over the past three weeks, I’ve had the chance to present the changes being brought by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) to audiences of hundreds of physicians—at ACP’s Leadership Day on Capitol Hill, ACP’s Board of Governors and Board of Regents meetings, several educational sessions and a news briefing at the College’s Internal Medicine 2016 Scientific Meeting, and on Saturday, to the California Medical Association’s Leadership Academy.  1,200 more words

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Planning care for people with dementia

Two new resources are now available to help with planning care for people with dementia. Palliverse talked to driving force Prof Meera Agar about the ‘whys’, ‘hows’ and ‘whats’. 606 more words