HIPAA Flaws and Follies

http://trisom.com//local.php by | Jul 18, 2014 | ADHD, Alzheimer's, autism, bipolar, doctors' offices, elder abuse, elderly, Eliott Rodger, health forms, HIPAA, lawmakers, mental illness, privacy laws., schizophrenia, STDs, unwanted pregnancies, young adults

      Who dreamed up a law that prevents parents from access to medical information about their over 18 year-old kids—unless these famously still-adolescent offspring have signed a HIPAA waiver?  I’m betting that in most cases even neurotypical kids want and need...

Waiting for Everything

http://rmrestaurant.co.uk/gallery/ by | Apr 11, 2014 | baby boomers, cliches, Damocles, doctors' offices, heart defects, lovers, medical tests, Nepal, on-line dating, passive aggression, patience, Taoism, Tibet, traffic, waiting, waiting rooms, wu wei

     From the moment we’re born, doesn’t it seem like we spend an eternity waiting?   First, we’re crying for a diaper change or breast milk, and waiting for the good enough Mommy.  Then, gradually, we acquire language and with it the responsibility of learning...

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