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By Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter For half a century, a North Carolina veteran has lived without his honor. John Spencer was wounded in Vietnam, only to be separated from the military by virtue of a “discharge other than honorable”. Decades later, law students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Military and Veterans …

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., A member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, today joined Senator Roger Marshall, R-Kan and several other colleagues in detonating the Biden administration’s plan to to make coronavirus vaccination mandatory for the US military. Senators have introduced legislation that would prevent the Defense Ministry from taking adverse action …

The hospital discharge plan A patient’s care shouldn’t stop the minute they leave the hospital. Whether your hospital stay is planned or the result of an accident or emergency, you may need extra support to help you get back into your daily life. All hospitals should have a process in place to facilitate the transition …

The United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin recently issued summary judgment to a health care organization over allegations of wrongful dismissal of a physician and tortious interference over allegations that the organization health care provider reportedly fired the doctor after criticizing his COVID-19 policies. Hartsuch v. Ascension Medical Group – Northern …

Effective today, October 29, 2021, Iowa enacted new law codifying extremely broad health and religious exemptions to employers’ mandates of COVID-19 vaccination for their workforce, ensuring compensation for the worker. unemployment – and arguably creating a new “public policy” that will serve as the basis for allegations of wrongful discharge. Nyemaster has discussed the details …

The results of a new study suggest that the national trend of decreasing hospital stays after surgery may come at the expense of an increasing proportion of complications occurring after patients leave the hospital. The results of one of the few studies exploring the relationship between length of stay (LOS) and post-discharge complications for surgical …

Are we looking for a shorter length of stay at the expense of post-discharge complications? Credit: American College of Surgeons The results of a new study suggest that the national trend of decreasing hospital stays after surgery may come at the expense of an increasing proportion of complications occurring after patients leave the hospital. The …

(MENAFN – GetNews) “Global Zero Liquid Landfill Market Analysis and Forecast to 2030” Global Zero Liquid Landfill Market, By Type (Conventional ZLD System & Hybrid ZLD System), By Application (Energy & Electricity, Food & Beverage, Chemical & Petrochemicals) , textiles and pharmaceuticals) and by region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa) …

The last released Portable Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Device Market A study assessed the future growth potential of the global portable electrostatic discharge (ESD) device market and provides useful information and statistics on the market structure and size. The report is intended to provide market intelligence and strategic insights to help policymakers make sound investment decisions …

Key points to remember The relationship between length of stay (SD) and post-discharge complications for surgical patients has been under-explored as inpatient stays have declined over the past two decades. Serious complications after discharge were lower with longer hospital stays. Median life after surgery fell by a third over a five-year period (2014-2019), while complications …