Tweet Patients on Medicare with chronic conditions and disabilities will no longer have to show improvement to get skilled care and therapy services, according to a proposed settlement of a class action suit, Jimmo v. Sebelius. The settlement clarifies the standard for Medicare coverage, ending the practice of denying coverage to patients deemed no longer
Tweet Tomorrow and Thursday, you have your chance to hear about a Brooklyn Health Needs Assessment that analyzed opinions from more than 700 North and Central Brooklyn residents on their healthcare. Many people involved in this process are dedicated to getting the public’s point of view on what is needed in hospital and healthcare across
Tweet How do young people cope with chronic, debilitating conditions, like rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia? Patient POV interviewed Lisa Jaffe Hubbell, a young woman, who only last month acknowledged to herself, that she is disabled, and is unlikely to regain function. Lisa is also a successful writer and blogger, who blogs regularly at Landguppy Productions.
Tweet This week, I will be attending a two-day meeting on immigration and healthcare. It’s not an area that I know a lot about and I am interested in your thoughts on the topic. Presidential candidates are not discussing the issues. One worry that I have concerns privatizing of many public healthcare programs that have
Tweet “Warning Signs” is a new concept for Patient POV. In it, I plan to point to unanticipated changes in health care that warrant a closer look. In some cases, all we see is a snapshot of something awry in one locale, but the change is ominous, has the potential to spread, and the public