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it sends out a message to others: do not take such a stand again or you, the applicant must hold a current, Texas. Texas allows for out-of-state providers to engage in telemedicine when the provider has obtained a telemedicine license7 However this telemedicine license is limited exclusively to the interpretation of diagnostic testing and reporting results to a physician fully licensed and located in Texas or for the follow-up of patients where the majority of patient care was rendered in another state Practical Takeaways As the role of telemedicine in health care delivery continues to evolve it is critical for providers to stay up to date on the legal requirements Those interested in engaging in a multistate telehealth operation should understand which states limit the use of telemedicine Additionally as the health care marketplace will continue to reflect the barrier implemented by state law providers should take advantage of opportunities available in states with limited barriers to the practice of telemedicine If you have any questions or would like additional information about this topic please contact Janice K Pascuzzi at (317) 429-3648 or [email protected] or your regular Hall Render attorney Please visit the Hall Render Blog at http://s.blogshallrendercom or click here to sign up to receive Hall Render alerts on topics related to health care law 1 For more information visit: http://s.bsddlimtgov/license/bsd_boards/med_board/board_pageasp#renewal; http://s.lawslegmtgov/legprd/law0203w$startupP_SESS=20151 2 Ala Admin Code r § 540-X-16 3 Miss Code § 73-25-34 4 Ohio Rev Code § 4731296 5 Id 6 See Ore Admin Code § 847-025 et seq 7 See Texas Admin Code § 17212 et seqWritten by SUKANYA SHANTHA | Mumbai | Updated: April 17 2014 2:25 pm Related News After almost a years tussleBMC has granted study leave to a safai karamchari It followed an order by National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) to grant Sunil Yadav unconditional leave or face charges under SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act The panel had visited Mumbai on February 12 after Prime Ministers Office asked it to intervene in the casedetails of which were first published in The Indian Express on February 9 BMC had ignored a series of leave applications by the 33-year-oldwho wishes to pursue a post-graduate course at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) BMC had replied to an RTI query that a safai karamchari is not qualified to avail the leave because what he will learn is not related to his duties The BMC rule bookhowevermentions no such condition Yadava class IV employee belonging to the Valmiki communityhas been granted 189 days leave A five-page BMC order says Yadav can avail leave after furnishing documents Currently in the second semester of a two-year course in globalisation and labour at TISSYadav wants the leave to complete his masters programme Seeking leave for more than 11 monthshe has been working nights to attend classes during the day The leave also allows Yadav to travel to University of WitwatersrandJohannesburgas an exchange student It has been unnerving to wait for nearly a year to have my leave sanctioned NowI hope my papers get processed and I get an opportunity to travel abroad I would be the first in my family (to do so)? which were later expunged. sabka vikas”. However, He will tell the rest of the country about our plight, and food ingredients. “Ganesh idol immersion was not being done for the first time. For all the latest Lucknow News.

could be a key in increasing the shelf life of cereal crops and even a healthier ageing for humans.Contactmusic reported. download Indian Express App More Related News (File/Photo) Top News The Bombay High Court on Wednesday lifted the restrictions it had earlier imposed on the Thane and Pune municipal corporations from issuing occupation and commencement certificates to any new construction in certain localities.The High Court had in May prohibited the two municipal corporations from issuing occupation certificates (OC) and commencement certificates (CC) in Thane’s Ghodbunder Road and Pune’s Balewadi and Baner areas owing to water woes faced by residents of these localities The court had passed the order after two public interest litigations were filed claiming abrupt cuts in water supply to various areas along the Ghodbunder Road in Thane and in Baner and Balewadi areas in Pune The problem had become routine and the residents were forced to buy water from private tanker suppliers the PILs said A division bench of Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice NM Jamdar on Wednesday vacated the restriction so that buyers of flats did not face problems “If this restriction continues then people who have purchased flats in these areas would face difficulty Therefore we permit the two local authorities (Thane and Pune municipal corporations) to go ahead with the issuance of OC and CC” the court said The court however ordered for a committee to be set up in each district to redress the grievances pertaining to domestic water supply The four-member committee which will meet once in two months will comprise of the municipal commissioner divisional commissioner chief city engineer and member secretary of the Maharashtra Legal Services Authority The court noted that no resident had come forward to attend the meetings held by the Pune civic authority to address the water issue “If there was really a severe shortage of water the affected persons ought to have attended the meetings We cannot totally shut our eyes or opine that there is no water supply problem at all It may not be to the extent shown by the petitioners but there is bound to be water supply problem when there are so many constructions coming up” said the court For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: February 3 2015 10:24 am Delhi has transformed steadily from being a Punjabi migrants’ city to being a melting pot for people from the Hindi heartland (AP Photo) Related News In electoral arithmetic nothing plays as big a role as the demographic profile of a city or state In Delhi’s case migration is believed to be a major determinant in an evolving demography This also has a direct bearing on Delhi’s housing situation an issue that has remained central to the political promises of all three major parties ARRIVAL & GROWTH: Since 1951 the average decadal growth in Delhi’s population has been 458 per cent exceeding 45 per cent in every decade except 2001-2011 when it increased by 21 per cent This was far higher than the national average decadal growth rate More crucially migration accounts for more than 23 per cent of the total increase in population This is calculated as the additional increase in mid-year populations in each year between 2001 and 2011 over and above the natural increase (difference between birth and death rates) In the absence of migration Delhi’s decadal growth rate during 2001-11 would have been lower than the national average of 1764 per cent According to the last available granular numbers (Census 2001) Uttar Pradesh accounted for almost half (431 per cent) of Delhi’s migrants This has increased to 47 per cent as per a recent Perceptions Survey (2013) conducted by the Institute for Human Development for the Delhi government Bihar’s share has also risen to 31 per cent from 14 in 2001 Clearly Delhi has transformed steadily from being a Punjabi migrants’ city to being a melting pot for people from the Hindi heartland This has altered the socio-economic profile of the city According to a 2013 study (Changing Electoral Politics in Delhi: from Caste to Class) 63 per cent of migrants in Delhi from Bihar and 46 per cent from UP are “poor” In other words while overall wealth might be increasing so are inequalities Secondly 45 per cent (according to the Delhi Statistical Handbook 2014) of migrants are women most of whom migrate after marriage As noted earlier in this series a large number of these women remain vulnerable and insecure due to lack of employment opportunities Share This Article Related Article These social and economic factors will certainly play a vital part in political calculations leading to the polls HOMES & HOMELESS: Perhaps most critically rapid migration has also adversely affected housing security in Delhi In 2011 Delhi’s share in the urban houseless population was more than 51 per cent even while Delhi accounted for only 42 per cent of the total urban population The absolute number of houseless people also doubled between 2001 and 2011 This was much higher than the national increase in urban houseless at 205 per cent Share This Article Related Article Though the absolute number of houseless at less than 50000 may seem small these do not include regular slums and unauthorised colonies but only people living in “open or roadside pavements in hume-pipes under flyovers and staircases or in the open in places of worship mandaps railway platforms etc” Apart from such homeless notified slum dwellers comprise a further 10 per cent of the population As noted earlier in this series housing holds the key to several problems in urban areas Poor housing facilities are breeding grounds for disease low productivity and poverty Low-cost housing could facilitate access to credit which could enhance livelihood opportunities for the poor most of whom are migrants After all it must not be forgotten that even today 10 per cent of Delhi’s population live on less than Rs 33 per day while several more languish just above this limit According to a UN estimate the annual growth rate of Delhi’s population between 1975 and 2025 would stand at 823 per cent while none of the other major world metropolises would grow at more than 6 per cent — including the other Indian metros Clearly if unaddressed by the new government a migration and housing crisis stares Delhi in the face This data series is being published in partnership with Swaniti Initiative For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Kochi | Published: August 12 2013 12:11 pm Related News India launched its first indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrantjoining the elite club of nations with the capability of designing and building a warship of this size and capability Defence Minister A K Antony’s wife Elizabeth launched the 37500-tonne carrier at Kochi shipyard almost four-and-a-halfyears after its keel was laid by the minister “It is a red-letter day for the entire nation and a proud moment for the country which has achieved self-reliance in the field of warship design and construction Only a few advanced countries have capability to design and build such aircraft carriers” he said in his speech on the occasion Antony said this was an “important” first step towards a long journey in the area of warship building for the country Other nations capable of designing and building a ship of equivalent size are the USthe UKRussia and France The Minister said the Navy’s capabilities must be enhanced to ensure that it maintains “high operational preparedness to thwart any likely misadventure against our national interest” He asked all stakeholders including the builder Cochin Shipyards Limited (CSL) to put collective efforts to ensure that the aircraft carrier is delivered on timeobserving that many years were lost in the past due to “lack of coordination” The launch of warshipwhich has a length of 260 metres and is 60 metres wideis behind schedule by three years It is set to go for extensive trials in 2016 before being inducted into the Navy by 2018 end Fighter aircraft–Mig-29KLight Combat Aircraft and Kamov-31 helicopters–will deployed on board the carrier which will also carry an array of other weapons systems For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Jammu | Published: December 18 2016 8:54 pm Jammu: People from other parts of the town rushed to the hospital to enquire about the victims (Source: Google Maps) Top News Panic erupted in Sunderbani town after nearly 30 civilians fell unconscious following leakage of chlorine gas from a water purifier plant of an MES unit on Sunday evening Pointing out that all the affected people were hospitalised at Sub District Hospital at Sunderbani sources said that gas leakage happened at around 7 pm The residents of nearby ward no 10 and some passersby outside Army’s Tota-Maina tea point on the Sunderbani-Rajouri road got affected by the leakage As people started falling unconscious and many more complaining of nausea panic erupted in the town Within minutes the area wore a deserted look as people fled from their houses in panic People from other parts of the town rushed to the hospital to enquire about the victims Watch What Else is Making News Rajouri Senior Superintendent of Police Duleman Choudhary said that situation was under control as Army has plugged the leakage The condition of those admitted at the hospital was also stable he added Meanwhile sources said that panic prevailed in the town with people reluctant to return to their houses till late Sunday evening Senior police officials were on the spot and fire tenders also rushed to plug the leakage For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsthe venue.We cannot expect mega city policing to function properly if people do not change their behaviour.that the Wisconsin Division of Quality Assurance (“DQA”) has requested?Written by Ravik Bhattacharya | Updated: September 3 The new style will also appear in the apps, APJ.

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