Indiana health clinics may see tougher rules
Indianapolis Star, February 9, 2009
Health clinics located in retail businesses would be subject to greater state scrutiny, have to install separate entrances, and train all staff in cardiopulmonary resuscitation under proposed Indiana legislation that aims to set new standards for the facilities. Among other measures, the state Senate bill also would mandate that a patient's primary-care physician receive a detailed report of the clinic visit and that prices be displayed outside the clinic's exam room.
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