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HB 21, signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott on March 19, 2018, imposes a number or legal requirements on healthcare practitioners who prescribe controlled substances, particularly opioids.
This new law encompases 205 pages and imposes new obligations on practitioners that carry pentalties for noncompliance. The purposes of this article is to provide a summary of the provisions of HB 21,..
FMDA was formed in 1990, to help medical directors, attending physicians and other providers, practicing in post acute care, navigate their way through the continuum of care spectrum.
FMDA is the official state affiliate of the AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute & Long Term Care Medicine and members include physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and pharmacists. It is also a specialty society of the Florida Medical Association.
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These are the 7 published articles that we will be reviewing on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. (E.T.)
- 2017 Summary Hypertension Guideline
- 2017 Summary Hypertension Highlights
- HTN Guideline Resource for Practicing Clinicians
- Highlights From The 2017 Guideline HTN Guidlines Too Much Too Little
- 2017 High Blood Pressure Clinical Practice Guideline
- 2017 Blood Pressure Guideline Slides
- Highlight Reel -ACC/AHA HTN Guideline 2017
Please download and read these articles in advance by clicking on the title of each article.
Bylaws Change Embraces Pharmacists as Voting Members
Dr. Rick Foley appointed to represent pharmacists on the board of directors. Click here to read the press release.