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One question has come up about social determinants of health (SDOH) assessments with the Medicare annual wellness visit: If the provider taking the assessment finds the patient has social issues that should be addressed – e.g. housing status, transportation to health care appointments – is the provider obliged to address them, or simply document them? An expert responds.
We asked an antitrust attorney how exceptions in the new FTC noncompete rule -- for exception, the one for "senior executives" -- might apply in real-world scenarios.


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