This Week in Occupational Licensing Regulation, July 30th

This Week in Occupational Licensing Regulation, July 30th

News and Commentary

In an article in Mondaq, Victoria L. Ferrise and Jacob Davis cover the introduction of licensing requirements for Ohio hospitals.

In an article for the American Action Forum, Isabel Soto discusses the White House Task force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment established by the recent executive order from the Biden Administration. She argues that unionization “bring slower economic growth, higher burdens for businesses, and less worker flexibility.” She proposes alternative policies to achieve the desired goals of unions. These include portable benefits, worker training, and occupational licensing reform.

In a piece in Discourse Magazine, Darcy Nikol Bryan discusses how innovation in healthcare automation can benefit healthcare patients and workers, particularly those experiencing burnout.


New Research

In an article in the Journal of Nursing and Regulation, Spetz et al. examine regulatory barriers that may prevent advanced practice registered nurses from providing opioid use disorder treatments. They find that “requirements that physicians oversee APRN prescribing of buprenorphine may have slowed the growth of the opioid treatment workforce.”

In a policy brief at the Mercatus Center, Kofi Ampaabeng and Luke Ashton provide a data-based snapshot of healthcare regulation in the US Southeast.

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