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Covid-19 Law & Ethics Round Up for August 4, 2020

Reopening Primary Schools During the Pandemic An important perspective published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Indiana is one of the earliest states to start the new school year. However, school districts around the country are struggling with the Read More
Published on :  | By Ross Silverman

Covid-19 Law & Ethics Round Up for July 29, 2020

The Looming Eviction Crisis A federal eviction moratorium is ending, putting 12 million renters nationwide at risk of eviction. Indiana’s moratorium is scheduled to end on July 31, and the Indiana Housing Now program, which drew upon CARES Act dollars Read More
The Moral Determinants of Health – legendary health care researcher Donald Berwick authors a Viewpoint in the Journal of the American Medical Association arguing for health professionals and systems embracing the moral determinants of health, including a “strong sense of Read More
Legal Authority of State Stay-at-Home Orders – Hall, Mello, Studdert – this New England Journal of Medicine article discusses two recent state Supreme Court cases (one from Wisconsin and one from Michigan) as a way to examine how legal challenges Read More
Ethical framework for managing the health services response to Covid-19 proposed by UK experts  The authors of “Ethical anchors and explicit objectives: ensuring optimal health outcomes in the Covid 19 pandemic” attempt to fill a gap caused by what they Read More
This article from Bloomberg Law discusses some of the ways federal and state privacy, security and reimbursement rules have changed to accommodate telehealth and expand access to services during the pandemic, and discusses some of the steps health systems will Read More

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