Category: Regulatory

Health, Public Policy, Regulatory

8 Reasons to Ask Your Doctor for Your Electronic Health Records

How EHRs Can Help You Take Control and Improve Your Health Care As medicine continues to advance and people live longer, a larger segment of the population will be pushing the boundaries of our health system. Medical professionals are squeezed for time as they try to keep up with regulations and documentation. In order to […]

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Health, Health, Legislative, Public Policy, Regulatory

Worried about how Obamacare will affect your health insurance costs? You should be.Worried about how Obamacare will affect your health insurance costs? You should be.

Although the Obama Administration and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) are claiming that rates under Obamacare will be less than originally predicted, there’s a growing amount of evidence that your healthcare costs are going to skyrocket.

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Fatherhood, Health, Legislative, Masculinity, Public Policy, Regulatory, Work

Is ObamaCare Bad for Men and Boys? Sure Looks That Way…

Despite claims by many that the economy is “turning around” and unemployment is dropping, the fact remains that millions of Americans are in serious financial straits. As individuals, families, and employers look for ways to cut expenses, more and more of them are increasing their health insurance deductibles as a way to save money by […]

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Editorials, Growing Up, Health, Legislative, Lifestyle, Masculinity, Mental Health, Parenting, Prison, Public Policy, Regulatory

Literary Convention and the Slaughter of Innocent ChildrenLiterary Convention and the Slaughter of Innocent Children

As we try to absorb the tragic events at the school shooting in New Town, Connecticut, various sages have come out of the background to tell us what it all means, and what we can do about it. Gun control advocates – long ignored by our political leaders – have told us, reasonably enough, that […]

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Advocacy, Editorials, Legislative, Policy, Prostate, Public Policy, Regulatory, Well-being

U.S. Preventive Services Task Force: Men Not Smart Enough To Make Own Healthcare Decisions

In what may go down as one of the most controversial—and most damaging—pieces of healthcare policy in decades, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force just issued a recommendation that men should no longer get routine screenings for prostate cancer. They believe that the test—called PSA, for the prostate-specific antigen it measures—does more harm than good. […]

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