Reading articles about contemporary issues in health law is a great way to keep up with developments in the field.
Federal and State Agencies have the most impact on health law, so it pays to keep track of the more important agency websites.
However, first, always keep track of proposed and upcoming regulations (federal and state).
Other agencies include, but not limited too, HHS, Veteran Affairs, FDA, Medicare, Medicaid, CDC, Indian Health Services, NIH, and many more.
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Interested in monitoring a particular issue in health law? Try creating a search alert across various legal research databases and Google! Have new developments sent to you.
Lexis+ allows users to request a periodic email digest with new cases, statutes, regulations and more after building and conducting a search. This can be further limited by jurisdiction. For more information on creating an alert, visit Lexis+ Creating a Search Alert help page.
WestLaw Edge includes many options for developing customized alerts including:
Bloomberg also allows users to create alerts based on searches conducted in the database. Users can send these updates to their email inbox or "Alert Inbox" within the Bloomberg database. For more information, visit Bloomberg Law Product Help & Walkthrough.
Google alerts allows a user to build multifaceted searches and receive email notifications for "interesting new content." You can choose how frequently you receive updates and more with Google Alerts.
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