OSHA Withdraws Temporary COVID-19 Vaccine-or-Testing Rule

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Agency leaves door open to future permanent standard on COVID vaccination-or-testing The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is withdrawing its emergency temporary standard (ETS) to require all large businesses in the United States to implement a COVID-19 vaccine-or-weekly-testing policy for employees by February 9, 2022. However, OSHA has decided to propose that the make the temporary […]

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OSHA Withdraws Temporary COVID-19 Vaccine-or-Testing Rule

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Agency leaves door open to future permanent standard on COVID vaccination-or-testing The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is withdrawing its emergency temporary standard (ETS) to require all large businesses in the United States to implement a COVID-19 vaccine-or-weekly-testing policy for employees by February 9, 2022. However, OSHA has decided to propose that the make the temporary […]

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OSHA Withdraws Temporary COVID-19 Vaccine-or-Testing Rule

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Agency leaves door open to future permanent standard on COVID vaccination-or-testing The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is withdrawing its emergency temporary standard (ETS) to require all large businesses in the United States to implement a COVID-19 vaccine-or-weekly-testing policy for employees by February 9, 2022. However, OSHA has decided to propose that the make […]

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Did You Miss? Emerging Legal Trends in Home Care & Hospice: Marketing; Compliance, Fraud and Abuse, & Pitfalls

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Day: January 18, 2022 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time Register now for the webinar Register for the Series Good and effective marketing strategies can increase patient census, and can help with patient and staff satisfaction, however, improper marketing activities can lead to significant financial penalties, exclusion from participation in federal and state programs, […]

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Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Covid Rule for Biz, Upholds Health Worker Mandate

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The Supreme Court handed down a split decision on two Biden administration workplace rules to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, blocking an OSHA rule requiring businesses with at least 100 employees to compel their workers to get vaccinated or wear masks and test negative at least once per week, but upholding a […]

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Emerging Legal Trends in Home Care & Hospice: Marketing; Compliance, Fraud and Abuse, & Pitfalls

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Day: January 18, 2022 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time Register now for the webinar Register for the Series Good and effective marketing strategies can increase patient census, and can help with patient and staff satisfaction, however, improper marketing activities can lead to significant financial penalties, exclusion from participation in federal and state programs, […]

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Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Covid Rule for Biz, Upholds Health Worker Mandate

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The Supreme Court handed down a split decision on two Biden administration workplace rules to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, blocking an OSHA rule requiring businesses with at least 100 employees to compel their workers to get vaccinated or wear masks and test negative at least once per week, but upholding a […]

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Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s Covid Rule for Biz, Upholds Health Worker Mandate

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The Supreme Court handed down a split decision on two Biden administration workplace rules to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, blocking an OSHA rule requiring businesses with at least 100 employees to compel their workers to get vaccinated or wear masks and test negative at least once per week, but upholding a […]

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Emerging Legal Trends in Home Care & Hospice: Marketing; Compliance, Fraud and Abuse, & Pitfalls

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Day: January 18, 2022 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time Register now for the webinar Register for the Series Good and effective marketing strategies can increase patient census, and can help with patient and staff satisfaction, however, improper marketing activities can lead to significant financial penalties, exclusion from participation in federal and state programs, […]

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Supreme Court Casts Doubt on Biden Admin’s Vaccine/Testing Regulations

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On Friday, January 7, the Supreme Court debated the issue of whether or not two recent rules from the Biden administration designed to halt the spread of the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 are constitutional, with the rules coming under fire from the court’s six-member majority. The Court heard the arguments on an expedited basis because one […]

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Supreme Court Casts Doubt on Biden Admin’s Vaccine/Testing Regulations

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On Friday, January 7, the Supreme Court debated the issue of whether or not two recent rules from the Biden administration designed to halt the spread of the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 are constitutional, with the rules coming under fire from the court’s six-member majority. The Court heard the arguments on an expedited basis because one […]

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Emerging Legal Trends in Home Care & Hospice: Marketing; Compliance, Fraud and Abuse, & Pitfalls

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Day: January 18, 2022 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern Time Register now for the webinar Register for the Series Good and effective marketing strategies can increase patient census, and can help with patient and staff satisfaction, however, improper marketing activities can lead to significant financial penalties, exclusion from participation in federal and state programs, […]

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