Should Institutions Disclose the Names of Employees With COVID‐19?
Amid the pandemic, many institutions are notifying employees if a colleague has tested positive for the virus, but some believe the person's identity should be revealed. Are you for or against institutions disclosing the names of employees with COVID-19?

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Should Hospital Mergers Be Allowed if Specific Services Will Be Impacted?
When mergers between religiously controlled hospitals and nonsectarian hospitals occur, most reproductive health services would be eliminated. Are you for or against allowing hospital mergers to occur if specific services will be impacted?

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Should Patients Have Access to Electronic Health Records on Their Smartphones?
In 2022, new federal rules will allow patients to access medical records on their phones. This will give patients more control over their health, but privacy could be compromised. Are you for or against giving patients access to data on their phones?

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Should Hospitals Cancel On-Site Training for Nursing and Medical Students Due to COVID-19?
During the COVID-19 outbreak, many clinical rotations are being canceled. This may stem the spread of disease, but could also delay students from entering the workforce. Are you for or against canceling on-site training for nursing and medical students?

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Should Physicians Screen for Patients Who Are More Likely to Sue?
Being named in a lawsuit can have serious consequences. Some doctors interview potential patients to weed out those who may sue, but this can be uncomfortable and will not eliminate all risk. Are you for or against screening patients for litigiousness?

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Should All Medical Conferences Be Canceled Due to COVID-19?
Each day, more medical conferences are being canceled, postponed, or going virtual due to COVID-19. But despite the risks, some meetings are still proceeding as scheduled. Are you for or against canceling all in-person medical conferences due to COVID-19?

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Should Employers Be Allowed to Implement Nicotine-Free Hiring Policies?
More employers are rejecting job applicants who smoke, citing higher healthcare costs. These policies may encourage smoking cessation, but some consider them discriminatory. Are you for or against employers implementing nicotine-free hiring policies?

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Should More Physicians Adopt a Direct Care Model?
Direct primary care models facilitate personalized patient care without the hassle of insurance. However, patients may wind up spending more money on healthcare in the long run. Are you for or against the proliferation of direct primary care models?

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Should Physicians Screen Children for Adverse Childhood Experiences?
Research has shown that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can increase risk for physical illness. California is now paying doctors to screen children for ACEs, but some think universal screening is premature. Are you for or against screening for ACEs?

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Should Routine Use of Lead Aprons for X-Ray Shielding Be Discontinued?
New evidence supports discontinuing the use of lead aprons for x-ray shielding in routine practice. Some hospitals have changed their policies, but many individuals are reluctant to comply. Are you for or against discontinuing routine x-ray shielding?

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