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Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern - Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern – Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

This is the fourth in an ongoing series by Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy summer interns, undergraduate and graduate students interested in emerging ethical issues. “How to become a clinical ethicist” is a phrase I’ve Googled more times than I’m willing to admit. My interest began after I attended a lecture on bioethics …

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Hopkins could leave the CareFirst network, leaving patients in the lurch

Hopkins could leave the CareFirst network, leaving patients in the lurch

Johns Hopkins has warned nearly 300,000 patients that their doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers may no longer accept CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield health insurance as of December 5, jeopardizing patients’ access to care. Hopkins and CareFirst are at an impasse over the rates the insurance company pays for care at Hopkins, a major provider of …

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A new mental health crisis network and coverage model could emerge from the SC task force

A new mental health crisis network and coverage model could emerge from the SC task force

The combination of mental health beds, crisis services and a psychiatric emergency room in one region of South Carolina could create a model for the entire state, health officials said. The Department of Health and Human Services is leading a task force that includes the Medical University of South Carolina and other health care systems …

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