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A Message From The Ohio Board of Nursing - Important Public Meeting!
Board Committee on Practice: LPN IV Therapy:
The Board of Nursing will reconvene its Committee on Practice (Board Committee) Thursday January 22, 2015 at 12:00 p.m. at the Board of Nursing office located at 17 South High Street, Suite 400 in downtown Columbus. This is a public meeting. The Board Committee will continue its discussion of the statute pertaining to LPN IV therapy. Attached Here is the meeting information that will be discussed by the Board Committee. The information is being disseminated at this time for public review and comment. Interested parties are invited to attend the Board Committee meeting, and to provide written comments that will be forwarded to the Board Committee. To ensure timely review and processing, written comments should be received by the Board by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday January 20, 2015.
Comments may be sent by email to: email@example.com, or by regular U.S. Mail to: Ohio Board of Nursing, 17 South High Street, Suite 400, Columbus, OH 43215. Please use the phrase "Board Committee" in the subject area of the email, or "Attention Board Committee" on the mailing envelope.
In March and September 2014, the Board Committee was convened to discuss the need to clarify the current statute pertaining to LPN IV therapy that is located in Ohio Revised Code Sections 4723.18 and 4723.19.
The Board Committee on Practice is a committee of the Board comprised of Board members that convenes as needed to hear and discuss specific nursing practice concerns and issues. It is a forum through which the Board disseminates specific information and hears information from interested parties and clinicians. (source OBN email notification)
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PA/MA Presents: Free Webinar Series
Upon completion, participants will receive one hour CE Credit. LPNAO members will also be notified by email of the upcoming CE programs.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
is the most comprehensive law ever passed to protect the civil rights
of individuals with disabilities. The ADA will enable people with
disabilities to participate more fully in their communities, compete
more effectively for jobs, travel more easily in their hometowns and
across the nation, and gain more complete access to the goods and
services that most Americans take for granted. United Spinal Association is proud to have played a role in the passage of this landmark law.
How Health Care Reform is Helping America’s Nurses
and Keeping their Patients Healthier
Nurses know better than anyone why health insurance reform was so desperately needed. They see
firsthand the heartbreaking consequences when insurance companies defer treatment or deny coverage.
They know that insurance premiums and prescriptions can consume a family’s entire budget. Every day
they interact with patients who couldn’t afford to see a doctor and had to go to the emergency room for
something as simple as a sore throat.
President Obama knows nurses play an essential role in our health care system, and thanks to the new
health care law, nurses are gaining new tools and resources to help them help their patients. Here are just
a few of the ways health reform is helping make nurses’ jobs easier and their patients healthier:
• The new health care law takes power away from insurance companies and gives it back to doctors,
nurses and other health professionals. It is ending the worst insurance company abuses, like refusing
to cover people with preexisting conditions, placing annual and lifetime caps on families’ coverage and
canceling people’s insurance when they get sick and need it the most. That way, Americans can make
health decisions based on what their doctors and nurses are telling them—not what their insurance
company says it’ll pay for.
• Thanks to the new health care law, nurses won’t have to watch their patients skip or postpone important
check-ups—such as immunizations and health screenings like mammograms or colonoscopies—because
they cost too much. That’s because insurance companies will have to cover the cost of the preventive
services recommended by experts—and patients won’t have to pay anything out of pocket. This lets
nurses do their job of keeping people healthy, instead of treating them only when it’s too late—when
they’re sick or their condition gets worse.
• The new health care law helps fix America’s critical nursing shortage by attracting more students to
nursing. College students’ federal loans will be forgiven after ten years if they make their payments and
decide to pursue nursing as career. Nursing schools are getting help to promote career advancement
within the field, and students who decide to teach nursing can get some of their loans forgiven too.
There are also new incentives for nurses to enter primary care, which by 2016 will help more than
12,000 more Americans become primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
• The new health care law brings more primary care to underserved communities, including rural and
urban neighborhoods. It’s helping build new community health centers and expanding preventive and
primary health care at existing centers. That means health centers in these underserved communities
can serve nearly twice as many patients.
• Thanks to the new law, nurses will get to spend more time focusing on patients and less time worrying
about paperwork. The new law simplifies insurance company paperwork and encourages the use of
electronic medical records.