Tuesday, November 30, 2010

News On FDA Home Use Device Initiative

Updated May 12, 2016

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FDA Home Use Devices Initiative Webpage

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The FDAnews reports, "The FDA may suggest devicemakers create different written instructions for the patient, prescriber of the device and the person training the consumer on how to use the device, Mary Weick-Brady, a senior policy analyst at CDRH, said."

New sets of instructions for patient, prescriber, and trainer will have ramifications for home care providers.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Hiring Felons As Senior Care Providers



According to KGO-TV's Michael Finney, "An alarming number of senior care providers in people's homes have felony convictions."

His news report is important for the following highlights:
  • Background checks conducted by the state under a new law passed last year have found nearly 1,000 convicted felons working or seeking jobs as caretakers for seniors and disabled in California.
  • Anybody can go out and call themselves a home care worker, put an ad in the paper, and they're not required to have a criminal background check, 
  • In 2008, the Legislature passed a law that provides at least some protection, but little is done to enforce it.  
Source:
Felony rates for home care providers alarming

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