Do you have a position on Question 1 on this November’s state-wide ballot, which would place limits on the ratio of patients to nurses in Massachusetts hospitals?
I’m an almost 68 year old man with very low testosterone. My doctor prescribed Androgel which I apply to my skin once a day. I was just informed by my pharmacy that I can no longer get a 3 month supply because Androgen is a “controlled substance.” This is ridiculous. I would not take this […]
From the Senate President’s office: the Senate on Tuesday unanimously passed a bill to expand treatment and support for individuals with autism or a developmental disability across the Commonwealth.
The costs of college and graduate education have soared out of control. I’m a strong advocate for giving people less expensive ways to learn what they need to know in order to work. Overly broad professional licensure requirements can contribute to unnecessarily high education costs and generally to higher costs for consumers. We only let […]
Hi Will – as an independent consultant, I purchase my own heathcare and was pleased to see that with this year’s Health Connector options, I could actually save some money…. Then I read this article – sounds like MA has made many of the same mistakes as the Feds. I’m now in a position where, […]
There are two competing email campaigns going on right now — one waged by a group of nurse anesthetists and the other by a group of physician anesthesiologists. Samples of the emails appear further below. A pair of bills are pending which would allow trained nurses to administer anesthesia without the supervision of a physician. […]