Cerebral, currently under investigation for possible violations of the Controlled Substances Act, offers prescriptions for some of the conditions for which it offers therapy and counseling services, including attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and insomnia. File photo by Sponge/Wikimedia Commons May 9 (UPI) — The United States Department of Justice hasRead More →

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 140 former Justice Department officials, including two former attorneys general, are providing support President’s nominee Joe Biden to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The former officials, who have worked for both Democratic and Republican presidents, are urging congressional leaders to quicklyRead More →

TARGETED NEWS SERVICE (founded in 2004) provides nonpartisan news and information on “edited journalism” for news organizations, public policy groups and individuals; as well as “collected” public policy information, including press releases, reports, speeches. For more information, contact MYRON STRIPPEDeditor, [email protected], Springfield, Virginia; 703/304-1897; https://targetednews.com WASHINGTON, April 30 — TheRead More →

A former Mississippi pharmacist was sentenced today to 10 years in the Southern District of Mississippi for a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud TRICARE and private insurance companies by paying bribes to distributors for returning medically unnecessary prescriptions. This conduct resulted in more than $180 million in fraudulent billings, including moreRead More →

Oswego County Health Department website logo. OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Health Department will change its process for investigating Oswego County Health Department cases in response to changes to state health department support from New York. The changes take effect Friday, April 29, and include stopping most individuals andRead More →

A licensed Iowa veterinarian who wrote Tramadol prescriptions for fake dogs to obtain the controlled substance from local pharmacies pleaded guilty today in federal court in Cedar Rapids. Kristi Michelle Schreiber, 42, of Dubuque, Iowa, was found guilty of one count of acquiring a controlled substance through misrepresentation, fraud, deceptionRead More →

Precautions “can help protect yourself and others from COVID-19 ahead of the holiday weekend,” said the Tompkins County Health Department, which has announced dozens of new COVID-19 positive cases daily. Ithaca and Tompkins County area over the past few weeks. People gathering with friends and family for Passover and EasterRead More →

Tallahassee — The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) is responding to an outbreak of meningococcal disease in Florida. However, it can be prevented and treated. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself against meningococcal disease. So far, the number of cases identified in 2022 exceeds the 5-year averageRead More →

By Chynna Cowart The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), through the Division of Housing (DOH), has contracted with several community partners to provide more affordable housing options for Coloradans across the state. As average rental rates increase and the number of low-cost rental units available decreases, the scale ofRead More →

Date published: April 11, 2022 Targeted audience: General public Influenza is a highly contagious viral infection that can cause widespread illness and death each year. This year it is even more important to get the flu shot because we are more vulnerable to the flu. This is due to lowerRead More →

Kintegra is a healthcare organization with an integrated, patient-centered approach that focuses on care for the whole person, regardless of ability to pay. Kintegra’s approach to medicine combines primary medical care and behavioral health services within a family medicine framework. Kintegra opened Kintegra Family Medicine – Mocksville in September 2021Read More →

picture by: Austin Hornbostel/Journal-World Health Department IT Director Sonia Jordan speaks to her peers shortly after being named the winner of this year’s Kay Kent Achievement Award. Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health spent an hour Wednesday afternoon looking back on the past year, honoring a healthRead More →

Dimapur: The Nagaland Department of Higher Education will introduce a Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) in all affiliated higher education institutes in the state from this academic session. In its presentation at departmental review meetings with senior and technical departments at the Chief Secretary’s Office in Kohima on Saturday, the departmentRead More →

: The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Kashmir on Thursday held a meeting with “Wolters Kluwer”, a reputable organization that provides an online and mobile drug information service – Lexicomp – for professors, students, pharmacists, doctors and paramedics. ‘Lexicomp’ offers the latest, in-depth, evidence-based drug information inRead More →

Jasmine Mah, Dalhousie University and Melissa K.Andrew, Dalhousie University The emergency department (ED) can be a stressful and confusing place for people who are ill or injured. During the pandemic, with many hospitals not allowing friends or family to accompany patients to the ER, being alone can exacerbate the uncertainty,Read More →

Type of work: Full time Department: Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (21300) Categories: Faculty staff Applications are invited for nomination as Tenure Track Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (Ref.: 512171), to start as soon as possible, on a three-year fixed-term contract with the possibility of renewalRead More →

The Pentagon booking will transition to the Bravo Health Protection condition effective immediately due to a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases and positive test cases in the National Capital Region over the past two weeks. Both Armed Forces Retirement Home campuses, in Washington, DC, and Gulfport, Mississippi, will transition toRead More →

The Young Health Service emergency department was inundated with cases in January 2022. Picture: Supplied. The Local Young Health Advisory Committee (LHAC) has taken the unprecedented step of asking local residents to use the local hospital emergency department (ED) for emergencies only. LHAC president Fiona Douglass said in January theRead More →

02/19/22 at 08:30. 11700 Winshire Block. Fraud. The victim informed the department that he had learned that an unknown person had applied for unemployment benefits using his personal identifying information. Unemployment claim information was obtained and provided to detectives for their follow-up investigation. 02/21/22 at 0920 Hours. 100 Gessner block.Read More →

Since the end of the 19th century, Americans have been shopping in department stores for clothing, food, household items, and more. Department stores have always been flagship stores in strip malls or malls, but today more of these retail outlets are stand-alone destinations for one-stop shopping for everything from cosmeticsRead More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Today, Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) Secretary Jen Smith virtually joined State Representative Dan Miller, Prevention Point Pittsburgh, stakeholders and advocates to discuss the Illegal fentanyl in Allegheny County and throughout Pennsylvania, and the importance of harm reduction strategies. The virtual roundtable included information onRead More →

LANSING — The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and District No. 10 Health Department have withdrawn their public health advisory on masking in indoor public places. According to a press release from DHD #10, Michigan has entered the post-surge recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cases and hospitalizationsRead More →

02/14/2022 Hit and run Patrol responded to West Bristol Rd. at 2 a.m.n/a St. Pike for a hit-and-run and injury report. Unit #1 ran a red light and hit unit #2. After hitting Unit #2, Unit #1 fled the area. After further investigation, the driver of the Unit 1 vehicleRead More →

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Springfield Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic during the February vacation. The clinic will be at Bounce! Trampoline Park at 1250 St. James Avenue. This clinic will take place fromRead More →

Federal prosecutors have reportedly stepped up an investigation into the activities of short sellers, serving subpoenas and seizing the hard drives and cellphones of prominent “activist” short sellers. What happened? In a story originally reported by Bloomberg News last year, federal investigators subpoenaed nearly 30 hedge funds and other shortRead More →

This morning Pharmacy Guild of Australia National President Professor Trent Twomey and Queensland Branch President Chris Owen provided evidence in support of a trial on the full scope of community pharmacists in North Queensland when investigating the provision of primary, allied and private healthcare, aged care and NDIS care servicesRead More →

On February 4, 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), U.S. Department of Treasury, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released sub-regulatory orientations which provides greater flexibility and clarifies a few points about the required coverage of over-the-counter COVID-19 tests, which went into effect for employer healthRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo: CC BY-SA 3.0 Headquarters of the United States Department of Justice Assistant United States Attorney General Kristen Clarke in a letter last Friday informed Samaria Rice and her attorney that the Justice Department will not reopen a federal civil rights investigation into the assassination of TamirRead More →

Type of work: Fulltime Department: Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (21300) Categories: Academic staff Applications are invited for nomination as Post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (Ref.: 503945), to start as soon as possible for two to three years. Applicants should possess a research doctorate in pharmaceuticalRead More →

(CBS News) – Federal prosecutors have reached plea agreements on federal hate crime charges with two of the three white men convicted of murdering black man Ahmaud Arbery, court documents show. Arbery’s parents are “vehemently against” the deals, their lawyer said. Arbery, 25, was shot while jogging in a neighborhoodRead More →

(CBS News) – Federal prosecutors have reached plea agreements on federal hate crime charges with two of the three white men convicted of murdering black man Ahmaud Arbery, court documents show. Arbery’s parents are “vehemently against” the deals, their lawyer said. Arbery, 25, was shot while jogging in a neighborhoodRead More →

A government report published on Tuesday does not name specific companies but mentions at least one “large service provider”. One of the most common violations was limitations or exclusions or therapy coverage for autism, Modern Healthcare reported. Modern Health Care: Federal Government Investigating Violations of Mental Health Parity Laws ThirtyRead More →

SOUTHAMPTON’s largest hospital is seeing ‘unprecedented’ levels of demand despite a drop in emergency room admissions last month. Southampton University Hospital said it faced “significant pressure” with five hospital wards reserved for Covid patients. Now the Trust is urging residents to help the hospital by thinking about how best toRead More →

ROCKINGHAM — With the threat of inclement weather, the Richmond County Health Department announced it will not be conducting drive-through COVID testing on Friday. Testing will be halted both behind the Rockingham Health Department and in the parking lot of Cole Auditorium in Hamlet. Saturday schedules will be determined later,Read More →

The LaGrange Fire Department responded to a call from Walmart of New Franklin regarding a fire in the store’s pharmacy department. The store was evacuated for about an hour after smoke was discovered when the store’s heater was turned on. According to Deputy Chief Willie Bradfield, who visited the scene,Read More →

WILMINGTON — As the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations hit an all-time high, Clinton Memorial Hospital is once again at full capacity. Our beds are full with both patients who are being treated for COVID-19 and those who have other acute and chronic conditions that require immediate medical attention.Read More →

The federal government has denied the RATs are being diverted after several pharmacies claimed their orders were “seized”. The Federal Government has denied claims by retailers across Australia that their orders for rapid antigen tests were being ‘seized’ as the national shortage continues. “No warrant has been issued by theRead More →

Third Party Risk Management, Business Continuity Management/Disaster Recovery, Critical Infrastructure Security Meanwhile, a Florida specialty pharmacy faces lawsuits over a hack Marianne Kolbasuk McGee (HealthInfoSec) • January 13, 2022 The Maryland Department of Health is still dealing with some IT service outages following a ransomware attack in December. Maryland officialsRead More →

Georgia’s Department of Public Health is urging residents to avoid gatherings over the New Year’s holidays and get tested for COVID-19 before attending events if they cannot be avoided. Spokesman Logan Boss of the Northwestern Georgia 10 County Health District said testing before going out to celebrate the holidays isRead More →

For immediate release: December 30, 2021 (21-265) Contact Person: Sharon Moysiuk, Communications 360-549-6471Public Inquiries: Healthcare Systems Customer Service 360-236-4700 The state disciplines health care providers OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health has disciplined or withdrawn charges against the following health care providers in our state. The department’s healthRead More →

Department: Department of Natural Medicines – Faculty of Pharmacy Deadline: Dec 31 2021 Start date: By consent Type of employment: full time | part time Working area: Pharmacy Dean of Faculty of Pharmacy, Masaryk University announces selection procedure for two positions Assistant of the Department of Natural Medicines In theRead More →

For immediate release: December 23, 2021 (21-257) Contact Person: Sharon Moysiuk, Communications 360-549-6471Public Inquiries: Health Systems Customer Service 360-236-4700 The state disciplines health care providers OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health has disciplined or withdrawn charges against the following health care providers in our state. The department’s healthRead More →

Job description: Under the supervision of the Correctional Services Health Administrator, the RN will provide qualified and diverse nursing care to inmates. Perform health assessments and make independent nursing judgments on the needs of inmates and provide treatment according to physician-approved protocols. Educates inmates about chronic conditions, traumatic issues andRead More →

Free, at-home COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy is now available through the Florida Department of Health and DeliveRxd. Free, at-home COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy is now available through the Florida Department of Health and DeliveRxd. Those who want this option do not need to be homebound or bedridden. In addition, DeliveRxdRead More →

Dear teachers and staff, I am writing to share that Nancy Freitag, PhD, Vice-Rector for Faculty Affairs, has accepted the post of Head of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UIC at the College of Pharmacy, effective March 1, 2022. Nancy is a very researcher. active and an excellent administrator.Read More →

Type of work: Fulltime Department: Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (21300) Categories: Academic staff Candidates are invited for appointment as Postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy (Ref .: 509153), to be started at the earliest for two years, with the possibility of renewal. Applicants must have aRead More →

??College of Pharmacy?? the College of Pharmacy at Taipei Medical University invite applications for the post of Full Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy. Type of Contract : Full time job description Taipei Medical University is looking for a motivated member with aRead More →

View larger image Hillary Williams, MD December 6, 2021 | Hillary Williams, MD, a movement disorder specialist, joined the Department of Neurology at the University of Arkansas College of Medicine for Medical Sciences (UAMS) as an assistant professor. Williams is an Arkansan native who recently completed a two-year movement disordersRead More →

WASHINGTON, December 4 — The US Department of Justice issued the following press release on Dec 3 2021: At December 2, a federal jury in Greeneville, Tennessee, sentenced Pierre Bolos, 44, of Tampa, Florida, on 22 counts of postal fraud, conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud and bringing an ill-labeled drugRead More →

Vishav Bharti Tribune press service Chandigarh, November 27 Over 3,200 regular positions in various categories, including doctors and nurses, have been vacant in the Department of Health for several years. To put this in perspective, consider this: Thousands of unemployed and contract workers have long protested, demanding regular jobs. AccordingRead More →

The Forsyth County Public Health Department began distributing the anti-overdose drug Naloxone upon receipt, in response to the growing number of opioid overdoses locally and nationally. “There are no questions asked. If people need more than one, they can get more than one, ”said Amanda Clark, health and addictions educatorRead More →

Before global private equity firm HIG Capital bought a large Massachusetts mental health care provider through a subsidiary, its due diligence revealed warning signs that something fishy was going on. . There were “documentation problems” and “poor quality of supervision”. This did not deter HIG, which had around $ 21Read More →

Dublin Children’s Hospitals are canceling upcoming appointments due to overcrowding in emergency departments. Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) in Crumlin, Tallaght and Temple Street told Dublin Live they were canceling some elective elective inpatient and daytime procedures this week due to overcrowding in emergency departments. Ms Eilísh Hardiman, Executive Director ofRead More →