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CRLA provides the Department of Health and Human Services with key recommendations about the importance of interpretation and translation for indigenous communities in relation to the non-discrimination provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Read More
ICE issued a clarification confirming that immigrant parents can enroll their children and other eligible family members in health insurance programs under the Affordable Care Act without triggering immigration enforcement activity.
Illinois Primary Health Care Association’s (IPHCA) Awards of Excellence were awarded to various recipients at the October 4, 2013 closing luncheon of the Illinois Primary Health Care Association’s Annual Leadership Conference, held at The Abbey Resort in Fontana, Wisconsin.
For more information on who recieved awards click here.
At the 26th Annual East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, MCN will engage with clinicians involved in all aspects of patient care. The forum begins Thursday October 17 and runs through Saturday October 19. Amy K.
The CDC is partnering with the Smithsonian Institution to bring an important exhibit about the Race and Place related to Health Care as a Human Right. The exhibit begins on September 28th, 2013 at the museum in Atlanta.
MCN's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ed Zuroweste, will present an Wednesday, September 25, 2013 | 1pm ET
October 1, 2013 marks the day in which health care providers and other agencies begin enrolling individuals into the new Health Insurance Marketplace as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
An update to EPA’s comprehensive manual for healthcare providers on toxicology, diagnosis, and treatment for patients with specific pesticide exposures is now available. The Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings, 6th Edition provides clinicians with the tools to conduct environmental and occupational exposure screenings for patients with suspected pesticide-related illnesses or injuries, to report pesticide exposures to appropriate agencies, and provides access to the most up-to-date pesticide information and resources.