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While academic and government researchers may collectively exhale in response to the recently published Final Rule, privately funded programs cannot . Lobbyists and patient advocates were unsuccessful in their efforts to convince HHS to expand the regulations on human subjects to include Industry (Biotech and Pharmaceutical). The procedures and regulation of industry-sponsored human subject research are more stringent and remain unchanged.

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The key takeaway for any researcher: It is your responsibility to ensure that all biospecimens intended or used in the course of your research were obtained in compliance with the appropriate Federal Regulation.

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Over the last 18 years, I’ve witnessed firsthand how managing the non-scientific details of biomarker development—from enrollment strategies to assembling collection kits to building cold storage facilities—can be unnecessarily distracting to biomedical research teams. Often, researchers take on such tasks without realizing that they can easily outsource them and remain focused on their research. Here are the top 10 bioservices to consider outsourcing:

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At ProMedDx, we recently opened the doors to our first Clinical Collection Center. This new addition to our suite of innovative bioservices offers us the agility to collect and deliver precise biologics, fresh to your lab, to accelerate the pace of your biomedical research.

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The Homemaker Services Program primarily provides elderly individuals with assistance with the instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). Sometimes referred to as chore services, these tasks include housekeeping, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and assistance managing prescriptions. Limited assistance is also provided with some activities of daily living (ADL), such as bathing and grooming. To be clear, this program is not intended to cover all of a participant's personal care needs.

The Homemaker Program is under the oversight of the Idaho Commission on Aging (ICOA) and is managed locally by the Area Agency on Aging network. The goal of this program is to provide assistance to individuals in their homes so that persons who might otherwise require residential care, such as a nursing home facility, can remain living at home.

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Age - Applicants must be at least 60 years of age.

Residency – Applicants must be Idaho residents, and be living independently (as opposed to in adult foster care, assisted living or in a nursing home).

Functional Ability - Program candidates are evaluated based on their ability to manage their activities of daily living and their instrumental activities of daily living. Consideration is also given to the availability of the applicant's friends and family to help provide assistance.

Financial Criteria -The Homemaker Program does not have strict financial income or asset requirements. However, individuals whose income exceeds the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) will be required to pay a share of the cost of providing services. Persons under the federal poverty level receive services free of charge. As of 2018, for an unmarried, widowed, divorced or otherwise single applicant, the federal poverty level is $1,012 / month or $12,140 / year. For married couples or two-person households, the limit is slightly higher at 1,372 / month or $16,460 / year.

The Homemaker Services Program is available to residents of Idaho statewide. One can begin the application process by contacting their local area agency on aging . Candidates should expect an initial telephone screening followed by a more thorough examination of their financial situation. While it is not required to share personal financial information, failure to do so will require the participant to pay the full cost for services. Limited additional information is available about this program on the ICOA website .One can also call the Idaho Commission on Aging at (877) 471-2777 for additional information.

If patients can get access to their own health care information, this will enable improved health care analytics and open up new lines of innovation that could enable cheaper, more effective, and more accessible health care, and all without providing third parties any access to such information except with the clear consent of the patient. As Attorney General, I would work to enforce the right of Coloradans to access their information, drive the development and deployment of appropriate standards, and oversee the use of such information by health care intermediaries, thereby facilitating important health care innovation .

Finally, we need to develop innovative policy solutions , like a reinsurance program that would address the high costs of rural health care. One study suggests that an appropriate reinsurance program would reduce premiums by 20% in the individual insurance market. The essence of this proposal is that, under the Affordable Care Act, states can take steps that would reduce federal spending (in this case, tax credits that support health insurance) and, through a waiver process, receive federal support on account of such savings.

Another set of innovative solutions includes considering a “public option” model where Coloradans can buy into Medicaid or a co-op plan that would allow small businesses to band together. As Attorney General, I would work with the Legislature and the Governor to consider, develop, and implement appropriate solutions (including public-private partnership models) that would bring needed relief to the many Coloradans —particularly in the 14 Colorado counties with only one provider on the health care insurance exchange—who are suffering under the weight of rising health insurance costs.

A final opportunity to lower health care prices is to address the level of health care fraud in Colorado. The Attorney General’s office is charged with bringing cases to address health care fraud. And the AG can also work with others in the state to help improve our oversight process. Unfortunately, Colorado has fared poorly on this front, with only 3 of 28 states in a recent audit performing worse than we did on Medicaid waste. As the Denver Post put it in a recent editorial : “Colorado’s $10 billion Medicaid program is throwing away money and not doing a good enough job trying to get it back.” As Attorney General, I will work hard to turn this record around and prosecute those entities than commit health care fraud and take away money that should be spent helping out those in need.

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