Florida teen arrested again for impersonating a doctor; Task Force says widespread autism screening is not necessary;

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> Two nursing organizations have joined forces to improve communication between school nurses and pediatric healthcare providers to help children with ADHD, according to Associations Now. Article

> Florida police arrested Malachi Love-Robinson, a teenager, for impersonating a physician for the second time in a little more than a year, the Sun Sentinel reports. Article

> The United States Preventive Services Task Force disagrees with guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, saying there isn't enough evidence to support widespread screening for autism in young children, according to Medscape. Article

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> The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT's rule implementing Stage 3 of Meaningful Use, which requires certified electronic health record technology to include sexual orientation and gender identity fields, is a "historic" advance in health for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, according to a team of researchers from Boston, the District of Columbia and San Francisco. Article

> For providers looking to move to a new electronic health system, IT support is growing as a key factor in choosing a new vendor, according to a Black Book survey. Article

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