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OBJECTIVE This article outlines some factors that influenced the sustainability capacity of a coordinated approach to chronic disease prevention in state and territory health departments. DESIGN This study involved a cross-sectional design and mixed-methods approach. Quantitative data were collected using the Program Sustainability Assessment Tool (PSAT),… (More)
This article addresses many of the legal ramifications of marketing hospital laboratory services to clients other than hospital patients.
In 1988, a total of 796 cases of childhood lead poisoning were identified through surveillance by the New York City Bureau of Lead Poisoning Control (BLPC), an estimated 0.3 cases identified per 100 children screened. Sixty-two percent of the case-group children had blood-lead levels between 25 and 34 micrograms/dl. One- and two-year-old children accounted… (More)
In this article, the author focuses on two recent decisions of the Supreme Court affecting Medicare Part B claims. These decisions are of importance to patients covered by Part B and to parties taking assignments from such patients, including pathologists and other physicians.
Tailored health interventions have been found to be effective in various areas of health promotion because of their delivery of customized content, which focuses the prevention messages more closely on the individual's risk behavior. However, the use of tailored interventions in the prevention of STD/HIV has been limited, and there is a void in the… (More)