Regs & Eggs
Welcome to Regs and Eggs with Jeffrey Davis, ACEP’s weekly blog focused on federal regulatory (‘reg’) affairs! Every Thursday morning, there will be a new post about proposed or final regs, demonstrations, grant opportunities, other announcements from federal agencies, and ACEP's work to advocate for you.
If the weekly Regs and Eggs aren’t enough for breakfast, you can check out ACEP’s Regulatory Affairs overview for more updates.
May 26, 2022 • Advocacy Info • Violence in the ED
Surgeon General Issues Advisory Addressing Health Worker Burnout: Gamechanger?
Regs & Eggs - May 26, 2022
March 10, 2022 • Advocacy Info • Violence in the ED
OSHA is Continuing to Make COVID-19 Safety Its Top Priority: At What Cost?
Like it or not, a wave of “highly focused” inspections conducted by the Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) is coming.
February 3, 2022 • Advocacy Info • CMS Info • ED Management • HHS • Violence in the ED
Update on ACEP Actions to Address Physician Mental Health Needs and Wellbeing
I’m sure many of you, like me, follow Dr. Glaucomflecken on Twitter. Dr. Glaucomflecken is an ophthalmologist and comedian who posts hilarious, but extremely poignant, short videos (featuring himself)...
March 4, 2021 • Advocacy Info • Violence in the ED
Exciting Developments in the Effort to Address Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department
Unfortunately, as you well know, violence in the emergency department (ED) is a common occurrence. In fact, an ACEP survey from 2018 showed that nearly half of emergency physicians have experienced v...
June 18, 2020 • Violence in the ED
Addressing Violence in the Emergency Department—Yes, It’s Still a Priority
Although most of ACEP’s federal advocacy efforts in recent months have focused on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve still been advancing efforts on other critical issues for emergency physi...
June 20, 2019 • Violence in the ED
Share Your Experience with ED Violence and Help Shape New Federal Requirements
Unfortunately, as an emergency physician, you or someone you know has likely been physically or verbally assaulted in the ED. In fact, an ACEP survey from last year showed that nearly half of emergenc...