Click here to view the PDF of the newsletter. All source links are included in the PDF version. In This Issue: Where is the Public and the Health in Drug Policies? CalACEP an Ally for Independent Emergency Doctors A collision of epidemics: Coronavirus disrupts addiction treatment Lev Featured on Episode of Frontline Podcast Fenton Receives ACEP Meritorious Service Award Where … Read More
Click here to view the PDF of the newsletter. In This Issue: Building a telehealth program in the Emergency Department during COVID-19 COVID-19 Testing in the Coachella Valley Congress Must Pass MAT Act to Save Lives Add Fentanyl to your Toxicology Screen IEPC Members respond to Legislative Call to Action Podcast: ACEP Frontline Emergency Care at Risk Building a telehealth … Read More
In observance of the Labor Day holiday, the IEPC Administrative offices will be closed on Monday, September 7, 2020. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Thank you for your hard work advocating against AB 890; unfortunately, it continues to move. The legislative session is nearing a close and there is only one more opportunity to amend the bill. Please contact your state Senator and Senate Pro Tem Toni Atkins and urge them both to exempt emergency care from AB 890. AB 890 would allow a nurse … Read More
Click here to read about Dr. Lev’s first hand experiences during the corona virus pandemic
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Click here to read the article IEPC Signs ACEP Letter to Protect Emergency Physicians From Unintended Damages in Surprise Billing Legislation
Click here to read the four reasons Dr. Shook loves IEPC.
Click here to read "Why New Grads are Choosing Independent Emergency Groups"
Click here to view the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s director’s letter. The group met with First Lady Melania Trump at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s annual forum