HHS affirms records fee limits; No answers on whether seniors without vision problems need eye exams;

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> The Department of Health and Human Services released new guidance reinforcing limits on fees doctors may charge patients for medical records. Guidance

> Research found insufficient evidence to assess whether primary care providers should offer regular vision screening to elderly patients who report no vision problems, according to the Scientific American. Article

Provider News

> As nurses get a bigger seat at the leadership table in hospitals, they must become better-versed in healthcare policy, argues an article in Minority Nurse. Article

> As electronic health records become a part of healthcare's "new normal," particularly in the emergency department, experts are concerned the new status quo is introducing new categories of medical error, according to Kaiser Health News. Article

Health IT News

> The University of California-San Francisco hospital at Mission Bay is using a small army of robots to ferry food, linens, medications and more around the vast medical complex, reports Kaiser Health News. Article

And Finally… Better late than never. Article