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Advocates for the nation's emergency physicians & patients.
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Katie Thomas 1h
Vaccine skeptics often point to the federal government's compensation program to show they are unsafe. But a review by and shows that injuries are incredibly rare.
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ACEP 2h
"For 30 years I have worked nights, holidays and weekends, seeing every patient who comes through the door regardless of ability to pay (and treating more than 30% without compensation)."
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NCI Media Relations Jun 17
Article by on health benefits of humor quotes Dr Deborah Mayer of Office of Cancer Survivorship: “I don’t know if humor does extend your life, but it certainly can make your life better for as long as you live it.”
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Scott Pasichow Jun 15
Busy week for and . Started the week in Chicago representing us at Annual 2019 and ended it down in DC. Finding solutions to our everyday problems, that is
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Jeremy Faust MD MS Jun 16
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ACEP Jun 14
This week's is a special edition focused on taking patients and preventing . Check it out!
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ACEP Jun 14
The Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital Emergency Dept underwent a rigorous process to earn Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation. To date, SNLH is the only ED in the entire Pacific Northwest to earn this certification.
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ACEP Jun 13
What did you have for breakfast this morning? We had ! This week: wants input on simplifying reporting requirements. Watch for regulatory updates in a new blog by Jeff Davis, our eggsellent Director of Regulatory Affairs!
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ACEP Jun 13
ACEP urges policymakers to take patients and protect people from surprise bills. Testimony:
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ACEP Jun 13
“And you need to put on that helmet,” he told TODAY. “Otherwise, it’s just a recipe for disaster.”
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ACEP Jun 12
A "baseball-style" independent dispute resolution process - proven, simple, effective. A solution that has almost completely eliminated surprise bills, incentivizes appropriate rates and fair reimbursements. All without adding costs!
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ACEP Jun 12
says insurers should more clearly convey plan details, help patients understand limitations of their insurance!
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ACEP Jun 12
We agree, patients must be . Protect patients: people should only pay in-network amounts. This currently applies only to co-pay-coinsurance. This protection should apply to the deductible!
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ACEP Jun 12
Emergency physicians take care of patients in their moments of greatest need. I take care of anyone who comes into my ER, anytime, regardless of their ability to pay. This is my oath, this is the law.
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ACEP Jun 11
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Paula Whiteman, MD, FACEP, FAAP Jun 11
Never leave a kid in 🥵 🚘 ; How is this still a thing? ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ACEP Jun 10
Replying to @seungminkim
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Jeanmarie Perrone MD Jun 10
Please “help the cause”. Treatment works. Spread the word. There is hope for recovery from opioid use disorder. Emergency physicians can coax patients into care when the care team cares.
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ACEP Jun 10
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