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The patient has authorized the use or disclosure of his/her PHI. The patient does not object to the disclosure, and the disclosure is to persons involved in the care and treatment of the individual, or for facility directory purposes. Notification and communication with family: It is the policy of SSL/SBA to use and disclose your PHI in order to notify or assist in notifying a family member, your Personal Representative, or any person responsible for your care, including your location, your general condition, or in the event of your death.

SSL/SBA shall disclose your PHI to our physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, billing clerks, administrative staff and other employees involved in your care and treatment. SSL/SBA shall disclose to your health insurance provider, Medicare, Medicaid, or any other payer of health care claims, the minimum amount of your health care information that is necessary to process your insurance claim.

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6 of Prescription and Over-the-counter Medications and Dietary Supplements Among This can potentially lead to health issues resulting from unintentionally using a prescription medication in a manner other than how it was prescribed, or from intentional nonmedical use.

ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION and Effects of Polypharmacy on Clinical Outcome among Patients Aged 80+: A One, page: e0142123, volume: 10, issue: 11, source: PubMed, abstract: OBJECTIVES: Polypharmacy is a problem of growing interest in geriatrics with the increase in drug consumption in recent years, is defined according to the WHO criteria and identified the effects of polypharmacy on clinical outcome among patients attended a structured clinical examination and an interview carried out by a geriatrician and trained nurses.

The high rates of multiple comorbid chronic illnesses in older populations, age-related changes in drug metabolism, and the potential for drug interactions make medication and other substance misuse more dangerous in older people than in younger populations.

percent reported past-year nonmedical use of prescription medications. Among youth ages 12 to 17, 4.

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