Important information about the new OIG "safe harbor" regulation under the anti-kickback statute.
Important legal considerations for EMS systems as they tackle sepsis care in the prehospital environment.
A review of research related to workplace bullying in the healthcare industry and policy recommendations for EMS adminstrators.
New FLSA regulations require re-evaluation of overtime exemptions.
A reassessment of the current practice of including communicable disease exposures in incident reports is warranted in light of the confidentiality provisions of certain American employment laws.
A medical-legal analysis.
Common sense in purchasing and maintaining your medical equipment can prevent a disaster for you, your EMS agency and, most importantly, the patient.
Imagine waking up one morning and seeing your organization on the news feed with the headline: Ambulance Service Officer Indicted for Theft.
It’s very important in this day and age to find out why people leave your organization so you can take the appropriate action to fix what may be a serious workplace problem.
In critical incidents, it all boils down to common sense.