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HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra has extended the public health emergency.

The Department of Health and Human Services has extended the COVID-19 public health emergency yet again, giving long-term care operators and staff members some more time to prepare for its inevitable end.

HHS instituted the PHE in January 2020 and must renew it every 90 days to ensure certain pandemic-related waivers and flexibilities in the healthcare sectors. The latest renewal is effective as of Oct. 13, 2022, and will continue through Jan. 11, 2023.

To help them stay up-to-date with the changes, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has directed healthcare providers to an evergreen document, last updated Oct. 13, that contains current waivers and flexibilities under the PHE. Terminations and other changes for long-term care operations are noted, and all were made on or prior to the last renewal on Oct. 2, 2022. In the latest major change, a nurse aide waiver was allowed to expire on Oct. 6, under conditions set during a sweeping phase-out of pandemic allowances in April.

Continued allowances for long-term care and skilled nursing facilities include the waiver of a required three-day hospital stay to access skilled nursing services benefits, the waiving of level one and level two pre-admission screenings, and certain residents rights of transfer to allow cohorting of residents with confirmed respiratory illness, or separating residents to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

CMS has continued to remind long-term care providers to prepare for the end of the PHE, asking operators to begin working to reestablish previous health and safety standards and billing practices “as soon as possible.”

The end of the PHE will have a far-reaching impact on healthcare beyond the long-term care sector. The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that up to 15 million people will lose Medicaid coverage, according to CNBC News. Pharmacies also have had their role “vastly expanded” to allow them to provide vaccinations. And the Biden Administration is relying on pharmacies to get recently updated COVID-19 booster vaccines to as many qualified Americans as possible, the news outlet reported.

Although President Joe Biden recently declared the pandemic to be over, “the extension of the public health emergency indicates the administration does not believe the U.S. is out of the woods yet,” it noted.

Related articles: 

CMS prompts nursing homes to prepare for end of PHE waivers, flexibilities

Extend PHE while updating COVID protocols, nursing home advocate urges feds 

Public health emergency extension needed so operators can respond to ‘ever-evolving pandemic,’ AHCA/NCAL says

COVID-19 public health emergency extended again 

Reports: Feds will extend public health emergency

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Killexams : A Reflection for World Mental Health Day

During the past week, which was Mental Illness Awareness Week, and on the cusp of today's World Mental Health Day, I find myself reflecting on how grateful I am for where I am today. That would not have been possible if I had not had access to the intensive treatment I needed for my diagnoses of anorexia, depression, and borderline personality disorder.

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The ability to access treatment came from various sources. When I was first hospitalized for anorexia for six months in 1987, it was prior to managed care, so insurance paid without an issue. It was the same circumstance the following year when I relapsed and was re-admitted for four months. Then I was diagnosed with depression and admitted to a day program in New York City, also paid for by insurance. The depression didn’t abate, though, and I attempted suicide and was re-hospitalized. It was during that admission when I was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and subsequently transferred to a private psychiatric hospital north of New York City which had a long-term unit for individuals diagnosed with BPD. This unit was revolutionary for 1990. The staff treated their patients with a then-new therapy called dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Insurance paid for me to stay there for 10 months but then balked at paying for additional time.

The staff on the unit believed I was still a danger to myself, though, so the plan was to transfer me to Creedmoor, a state hospital in Queens, NY. My mother stepped in to thwart this plan and a compromise was reached. The insurance agreed to pay for me to live in a 24/7 supervised residence and attend a BPD day program which also specialized in DBT. I attended the day program for 18 months but stayed at the residence for three years.

After I left the day program, I saw, C., the therapist I’d been seeing there in her private practice. An old boss of mine called me asking me if I wanted to work for her, and I accepted. Before I lost my job after the second hospitalization for anorexia, I was a Consumer Promotion Development Manager. This is someone who (prior to the Internet) worked on financial incentives for a product, such as couponing in the free-standing inserts in newspapers, sweepstakes, etc. My old boss worked at one of the largest packaged-goods companies in the world, but after a year the pressure proved too much for me and I left. I recall paying C. out-of-pocket for therapy, but it was a reasonable fee for the time and I was working, so it wasn’t a hardship.

While I was seeing C., I made another suicide attempt and had several more psychiatric hospitalizations, both for depression and my eating disorder. Since I was no longer working, I had to go on Medicaid, but C. didn’t accept Medicaid, so my mother was helping me out. C. encouraged me to return to graduate school and obtain my Master’s degree in Social Work, so by 2002, when my mother passed away, I was working and paying for therapy with C. on my own. I had health insurance, but C. didn’t accept insurance. Starting social workers didn’t make much money in 2000, so therapy was a major expense.

In 2005, I quit therapy with C and stopped all my meds. I’d just had enough. I’d been in therapy for almost 20 years and I wasn’t getting any better. Going off my meds abruptly wasn’t a smart idea, though, and I quickly spiraled into a suicidal depression. I had also been participating in a women’s group and the social worker who led it gave me a referral to a psychiatrist for an evaluation for medication management.

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That psychiatrist turned out to be Dr. Lev (not her real name) and that one session for a medication evaluation turned into 11 years of transference-focused psychotherapy (TFP). TFP is an evidence-based treatment for BPD. As Dr. Lev is a psychiatrist and doesn’t accept insurance, you can imagine the sessions were costly. TFP requires two sessions a week. Through a combination of Dr. Lev's generosity — she lowered her fee so I could work with her and at times let me carry a balance, which I always paid back — and that of my brother, who paid for my therapy when I couldn’t, I managed to continue to work with Dr. Lev for the time I needed to recover. I am incredibly grateful to both of them. Our work together saved my life and gave me a life worth living.

What to Do If You Need Insurance Coverage for Therapy Not Covered by Your Insurance

  1. Ask your insurance company for a peer-to-peer (P2P) review. This is when a doctor (hopefully, a psychiatrist) from your insurance company has a consultation with your psychiatrist. Your psychiatrist explains to the doctor representing the insurance company why the treatment he or she is recommending is 1) medically necessary for you and why 2) you cannot access it from any other provider in your geographic area.
  2. Request a single-case agreement (SCA). This is if the care that your provider believes is medically necessary is not covered by your plan. (For example, residential treatment for eating disorders is not typically covered by Medicaid.) You are requesting that an exception to your plan benefits be made, due to 1) medical necessity and 2) the fact that none of your covered benefits will provide you with the care you need for this specific condition in your geographical area.

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Killexams : Admissions and Outcomes

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Killexams : Telangana PG Medical Admissions: HC inquires State about In-service quota rules

Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court has asked the State Government if the doctors employed under Telangana Vaidya Vidhana Parishad (TVVP) and insurance medical services department were eligible for In-service reservation for getting admitted to PG medical courses.

While considering a plea posing the question, the HC division bench comprising of Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavili and Justice Namavarapu Rajeswara Rao has asked the Advocate General for appearing in Court on Wednesday and clarify the stand of the Government in respect to the GO Ms. No. 155.

The plea was filed by some doctors working under TVVP. They complained that the Kaloji Narayana Rao Medical and Health University barred them from availing the competent authority quota for PG medical admission even though they met all eligibility standards and cleared the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Postgraduate (NEET-PG) Examination.

The petitioner doctors prayed to the Court for ruling that the act of Kaloji University and other authorities in labelling them as 'Not Eligible as Service Candidate' and barring them from exercising the online options for admission to 2022-2023 Convenor Quot- PG Medical Degree/Diploma seats under the service quota was unlawful.

Also Read: 20 percent inservice reservation gets HC nod in Maharashtra despite objection from PG medical aspirants

As per the latest media report by Deccan Chronicle, during the previous hearing in this matter, the counsel for the University had argued that under the concerned GO, TVVP and IMS Department, only those doctors were eligible for availing the in-service reservation who worked for the State for six years regardless of their location.

On the other hand, the counsel for the petitioners, Sama Sandeep Reddy argued that the special provision of in-service reservation allowed benefits to the in-service doctors while seeking PG medical admissions. The counsel contended that the interpretation of the University made no sense since one cannot compare the service provided by a doctor in a tribal or rural region to that of metropolitan areas.

The petitioners' counsel contended that in such a case, the doctors will not want to practice in the tribal or rural regions and work in the comfortable city areas instead.

New Indian Express adds that after considering the submissions made by both the parties, the HC bench has asked the Advocate General for appearing in the Court on October 12 and help the court to clarify the State Government's position in this regard.

The case will be heard next on October 12, 2022.

Also Read: MP HC upholds In-service Reservation for doctors serving in Rural areas, rule to be implemented from Next year

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Killexams : Covid-19: Booster vaccines rolled out as hospital admissions rise

Why is another covid-19 booster vaccine being rolled out?

Booster doses are being given to enhance the immunity of people who have a higher risk of developing severe covid-19. While many people will already have had three or four vaccine doses over the past couple of years, the protection these provide decreases over time. Data suggest the protection from covid-19 vaccines could wane within around six months,1 and fall even more rapidly for clinically vulnerable groups like patients with cancer.2

In a statement on the booster programme, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) said, “Although there are uncertainties regarding the size and timing of potential future waves of covid-19, winter remains the season when the threat is greatest.”3

Booster doses are not uncommon when you look at other vaccination programmes, with boosters provided for conditions such as diphtheria, tetanus, and polio.4

Does the booster vaccine protect against new variants?

The main vaccine being used for the autumn covid-19 booster programme is the new bivalent vaccine which combines the original wildtype virus vaccine with the BA.1 specific omicron vaccine. In its approval of the Moderna mRNA bivalent vaccine, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency said study data showed the vaccine triggered a “strong immune response” against both BA.1 and the original virus, as well as a “good immune response” against other omicron sub-variants BA.4 and BA.5.

Are covid-19 hospital admissions rising?

Yes, the number of people admitted to hospital with covid-19 in England increased by almost a third from the end of September to the beginning of October.

Government showed that between 27 September 2022 and 3 October 2022, 7904 people were admitted to hospital with covid-19, an increase of 33% compared with 5930 in the previous seven days. There were also 9631 patients in hospital with the virus on 5 October, a rise of 37% compared with 7024 on 28 September.5

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has also reported that the number of suspected outbreaks in England increased to 370 in the week commencing 3 October, up from 270 the week before. Covid-19 hospital admission rates are the highest in the north east of England, with a rate of 15.84 per 100 000 population.6

UKHSA director of public health programmes Mary Ramsay said, “We’re seeing sustained increases in covid-19 cases and hospital admission rates so we continue to urge those eligible for vaccinations to come forward, whether that’s a first dose or a booster.” She added that there are also “early indications” that deaths with covid-19 are starting to rise.

This new wave of infections is not only affecting the UK. In a joint statement,7 the European commissioner Stella Kyriakides, the World Health Organisation regional director for Europe Hans Kluge, and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control director Andrea Ammon said, “We are unfortunately seeing indicators rising again in Europe, suggesting that another wave of infections has begun. In light of this, we reconfirm the need to protect people’s health, especially the most vulnerable, using all the available tools, including vaccination.”

Who can get the booster?

Around 26 million people in England are eligible for the autumn covid-19 booster. The booster is available for all adults aged 50 years or over and people aged five and over who are in a clinical risk group or are a household contact of someone with immunosuppression. People aged 16-49 who are carers, residents and staff of care homes for older adults, and patient facing health and social care workers can also get the booster dose.8

Are people taking up the booster offer?

According to UKHSA, around 30% of eligible people in England have had their autumn 2022 booster so far, after the programme launched at the beginning of September.

London GP Azeem Majeed, head of primary care and public health at Imperial College London, told The BMJ, “Anecdotally, we are seeing more resistance to taking up booster doses compared with previous rounds of the vaccination programme with many patients saying they feel they have had enough covid-19 vaccines. I do feel the government should do more to encourage take-up as we need to have high coverage before winter.”

He added that the booster programme is “essential” for improving individual and population health outcomes and for reducing pressures on the NHS this winter.

To patients reluctant to get another vaccine Majeed advises them of the benefits of boosters in terms of a reduction in the risk of serious illness, hospital admission, and death. “I also direct them to online sources of information from organisations such as the NHS and UKHSA they can review later,” he said. He also works with local community groups which hold events to promote vaccine uptake.

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Killexams : Madras HC to govt: Consider 7.5 per cent quota for aided school students too in medical admissions

By Express News Service

CHENNAI:  The Madras High Court has said the Tamil Nadu government can ‘revisit’ the 7.5% reservation for government school students in medical admissions to explore the possibility of extending the quota to aided school students too as both categories of students share similar economic and social factors.

“...it is open to the State government to revisit this issue of extending the benefit of 7.5% reservation to students of private aided schools,” Justice R Suresh Kumar said in an order passed on Thursday while dismissing a petition filed by a student seeking orders to extend the quota to aided schools.

The judge said the dismissal order or a division bench’s order dated April 7, 2022, on the validity of the special reservation to government school students would not come in the way of the government reconsidering extension of the benefits to aided schools.

“Insofar as economic criteria or social backwardness are concerned, there are similarities between students of government schools and those in private aided schools,” the judge said. The same criteria, as that of government schools, can be invoked in case of aided schools too as several crores of rupees are spent from the State’s Exchequer as aid to these institutions, the judge said.

‘Court’s observation can only be taken as an aid to re-visit issue’

“Only based on the aid, these schools are being run imparting education to majority of students belonging to non-affluent socioeconomic background. Therefore, the benefit of 7.5% reservation can be extended to these students,” the judge said. The judge, however, made it clear, “It is purely a policy decision of the State government.

The court’s observation can only be taken as a further aid to re-visit the issue.” The court’s observations came on a petition filed by S Varsha seeking orders to the government to extend the reservation to aided schools too because she, after completing education in an aided school, could not get admission to MBBS despite clearing NEET twice. The judge said the relief cannot be granted since the first bench of the court in its order dated April 7, 2022, had dismissed pleas seeking similar relief.

‘Only an aid to revisit quota issue’ 
“It is purely a policy decision of the State. The court’s observation can only be taken as a further aid to re-visit the issue,” the HC judge said 

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Killexams : HC directive to Health varsity on admissions

Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Thursday directed the Kaloji Naranayan Rao Health and Medical University not to finalise PG medical seats under the NEET-PG convenor quota admissions till Monday. A vacation bench comprising Justice K. Lakshman and Justice Chillakur Sumalatha sought counters from the state and the university on the grievance raised by four doctors working in government hospitals in rural and tribal areas.The doctors approached the High Court complaining about discrepancy in service quota eligibility in the PG medical seats for in-service candidates. They requested the court to declare the action of the University and others notifying them as ‘not eligible as service candidate’ and preventing them from exercising web options for admission in the convenor quota as illegal.

Sama Sandeep Reddy, counsel for the petitioners, told  court that there was a special provision to provide reservation for in-service doctors in the PG medical admissions in government and private medical colleges as per GO 155 of 2021. Despite this, the petitioner doctors were being denied their admissions. Rain continue to lash city for second day

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Killexams : TN Govt. can consider extending 7.5% reservation in medical admissions to government aided school students too: Judge

Court says, the issue can be revisited by the government though the first Division Bench of the High Court had already rejected such a plea

Court says, the issue can be revisited by the government though the first Division Bench of the High Court had already rejected such a plea

The State government can include the students studying in government aided private schools in the 7.5% reservation given to government school students in medical admissions since a majority of the students in the aided schools were also from non-affluent families, a single judge of the Madras High Court has suggested.

Justice R. Suresh Kumar dismissed a writ petition filed by an aided school student, who could not obtain a medical seat, on the ground that the issue had already been decided in April this year by the then Chief Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and Justice D. Bharatha Chakravarthy who rejected the plea to extend the reservation.

However, he observed that despite the law laid down by the first Division Bench, it would be open to the government to revisit the issue of extending the reservation to government aided school students too. He said, there were many similarities between the students of government and aided schools in economic as well as social backwardness.

“The government schools may form a category of its own, however the same criteria can be invoked for the schools which are being aided fully by the State Government... However, it is purely a policy decision to be taken by the State Government. Therefore, this court’s observation can only be taken as a further aid to re visit the issue,” he wrote.

In April, the first Division Bench had rejected the plea to extend the reservation to government aided school students too on the ground that a commission appointed by the government itself had found that the government aided school students were placed in a better position than the government school students.

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Killexams : Doctor in College Admission Scandal May Lose Medical License After Prison Stint

A radiation oncologist embroiled in the 2019 "Operation Varsity Blues" college admissions scandal may lose his medical license after being convicted, fined, and sentenced to 8 weeks in prison.

The California Medical Board in September filed a first amended accusation against Gregory Colburn, MD, of Palo Alto, for unprofessional conduct and ethical violations tied to his involvement in the scheme. As a result, Colburn could see his license suspended or revoked. His professional experience includes serving as a medical director at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Colburn, 65, and his wife Amy, 53, each pleaded guilty in December 2021 to one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and honest services mail and wire fraud. The federal plea deal, finalized in April, requires the couple to each complete a year of supervised release, pay a $12,500 fine, and perform 100 hours of community service.

Prosecutors said the Colburns paid college consultant William "Rick" Singer $25,000 to work with others to inflate their son's SAT scores. Singer used the money to bribe Igor Dvorskiy, who acted in a corrupt manner as a test administrator. Dvorskiy then allowed Mark Riddell, a test proctor, to correct answers on the son's SAT to Improve his final score. All three were convicted.

The Colburns are among nearly 60 people, many of them well-to-do parents and athletic coaches, who have been charged in the scandal. Others who have been sentenced include actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, as well as Loughlin's husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli. The scheme involved not just falsifying test scores but also paying off athletic coaches to help students gain admission to top US universities.

The California Medical Board will now deliberate on whether to revoke, suspend, or otherwise restrict Colburn's medical license. The board also may require Colburn to pay for related investigation and enforcement costs or for monitoring if he's placed on probation.

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Killexams : Bihar MBBS Admissions: State silent on implementing 33 per cent reservation for female students

Patna: Even though more than a year has passed since the Bihar State Government had announced its plans for reserving one-third i.e. 33 percent MBBS seats in the State for the female students, the decision in this regard is yet to be implemented.While the admission process for the All India Quota seats of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) has already commenced, there is still no...

Patna: Even though more than a year has passed since the Bihar State Government had announced its plans for reserving one-third i.e. 33 percent MBBS seats in the State for the female students, the decision in this regard is yet to be implemented.

While the admission process for the All India Quota seats of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) has already commenced, there is still no word from the concerned Government authorities for reserving one-third MBBS seats for the girls.

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB), which has the responsibility conducting MBBS admission process in the State, is soon going to issue a notification for admission in the 85 per cent State quota seats. However, the State has not yet communicated to the Board regarding the reservation of seats for the female students.

Medical Dialogues had last year reported about the announcement made by the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar regarding reserving one-third i.e. 33.3% seats in medical colleges in the State for women. The Chief Minister had made the suggestion to the effect upon perusal of presentations by the departments of health and science and technology about setting up of medical and engineering universities in the state

In this regard, he ordered the concerned officials to take necessary measures to reserve a minimum of one-third of seats for women at the time of admission in medical courses.

Also Read: One-Third Seats to be Reserved for Girls in Bihar Medical Colleges, Announces CM Nitish Kumar

"This would be a unique endeavor and go a long way in ensuring a higher enrolment of girls in these technical institutes of higher learning. Girls will, thus, also feel encouraged to take more interest in pursuing such courses", the Chief Minister had said at that time. 

Even though it has been more than a year since the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had made such an announcement, the decision still awaits proper implementation since the State Government has kept mum in this regard.

As per the latest media report by Live Hindustan, the Officer on Special Duty (OSD) of the BCECEB of Bihar has informed that it has not received any communication from the State Government regarding the 33 per cent reservation for girls in the State medical colleges. The Board has already issued notification regarding NEET counselling in the All India Quota seats and soon it will also issue notice for admitting students in the State quota seats.

Therefore, if the State does not issue any order, the female students in Bihar will have to wait further for availing the benefits of reservation and the reservation will not be applicable for the MBBS admission this year i.e. session 2022-2023.

Also Read: 20 percent inservice reservation gets HC nod in Maharashtra despite objection from PG medical aspirants

Sat, 08 Oct 2022 18:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://medicaldialogues.in/news/education/bihar-mbbs-admissions-state-silent-on-implementing-33-per-cent-reservation-for-female-students-100346
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