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The provision of telemedicine raises additional, often heightened, duties to the standard of care. Notwithstanding the promise of more efficient health care, telemedicine providers must remain particularly diligent in dedicating time to obtaining and documenting informed consent. In his article, Mike Lavoie discusses best-practice tips for the risk conscious provider in obtaining informed consent prior to treating patients via telemedicine.
Article Discusses Accommodation of Medical Marijuana Users in the Workplace in Massachusetts.
Directly or indirectly, the internet has affected almost every life in America. Principally, access to the world-wide web has profoundly changed the way American consumers access goods and services. Yet, business providers of those goods and services have been slow to recognize and appreciate that not all consumers can or do access the web as quickly and efficiently as others
New Massachusetts equal pay law effective July 2018, redefines comparable work standard but maintains old wage definition