Monthly Archives: April 2015


In March, the U.S. Supreme Court heard a case from Ohio that could redefine the role of teachers and other mandated reporters, such as social workers and healthcare providers, who are required by law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. At issue in Ohio vs. Clark is whether teachers […]

Are Healthcare Workers Agents of Law Enforcement?


FDA and CDC officials will meet in May to review the design and cleaning of endoscopes, a group of medical instruments which have been linked to bacterial infections. As many healthcare providers know, endoscopy helps to save lives by detecting, diagnosing, and even treating diseases of the colon, liver, bile […]

Endoscopes, Infections, and Patient Consultations