Accepting Applications – $2,500 Grant

The North Carolina Society of Health Care Attorneys is currently accepting applications for a $2,500 grant, which will be awarded to a clinic or project at a law school in the area of health care. More than one project or clinic from a single law school may submit an application. For an application and more information, please contact Hilary Bowman, NCSHCA Gift and Grants Committee Chair, or Liz Taylor, NCSHCA Assistant Executive Director.

New Bills With Health Law Impact

On behalf of the Legislative Committee of the Health Law Section Council, we are providing the following information to alert Health Law Section members regarding several recently filed bills at the North Carolina General Assembly that may affect your clients or your practice. Find the text and status of the bills at the links provided:

  • House Bill 88 and Senate Bill 73, each filed on Feb. 14, make substantial changes to the Nursing Practice Act.
  • House Bill 62, filed Feb. 8 and currently in the Committee on Health, creates certain communication requirements by health care professionals to their patients during drug-induced abortions.
  • House Bill 36, currently in the Committee on Health, affects the practice of optometry.
  • House Bill 57, currently in the Committee on Health, affects the interstate practice of physical therapy.
  • Senate Bill 42, currently in the Committee on Health Care, directs the Medical Care Commission to repeal certain hospital facility construction rules, and adopt the American Society for Healthcare Engineering’s Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Hospital and Outpatient Facilities.

Article source: http://ncbarblog.com/2017/02/new-bills-with-health-law-impact/

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