NHS tackles prescription fraud to save millions

first_imgBy Dr. Ananya Mandal, MDOct 15 2018The NHS has taken measures to stop patients from wrongfully claiming prescriptions for free. Prescription frauds, according to sources, cost the NHS £256 million annually. These measures would help reduce these costs by half.Health Secretary Matt Hancock in a warning to such individuals who commit prescription fraud said, “The message is clear: the NHS is no longer an easy target and if you try to steal from it you will face the consequences.” At present patients are exempted from paying a fee of £8.80 if they state their inability. Whether they are actually eligible for the exemption is checked at random later after the prescriptions have been filled by the NHS Business Authority. Under the new strictures, pharmacists would have to check a digital database if the patient is exempted before filling the prescription.Some of the experts including those from Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the British Medical Association, who are opposing this plan are of the opinion that these measures would adversely affect people with low incomes. The Royal Pharmaceutical Society also added that some individuals who fail to pay for the prescriptions are actually doing so as a genuine mistake. The false claims for exemptions are fined with £100. Many indivudals who have been fined have actually either filed their forms incorrectly or forgotten to renew their exemptions the Royal Pharmaceutical Society said.The Royal Pharmaceutical Society also add that low income groups and those with long term illnesses would be affected by this. Sandra Gidley, chair of the society’s English Pharmacy Board in a statement to the BBC said, “£8.60 might not be a lot to you but if you’re on a very low income…finding £17 is well nigh impossible for some people. It is hoped stricter rules could wipe out more than £100 million in losses to fraud. The whole system is unjust and unfair.” She said, “Sometimes somebody has free prescriptions legitimately, they’ve got a medical exception – they’re something like a diabetic – and they might forget to renew it and the computer says no. You’re not going to stop a diabetic from getting their insulin, for example. So I think this is potentially fraught with problems.”Related StoriesUH College of Pharmacy PREMIER Center aims to tackle prescription drug misuseHow to get a cheaper prescription before leaving the doctor’s officeDrug overdoses among adolescents and young adults on the riseMr Hancock said in a statement, “Those who abuse the NHS and choose to line their own pockets with money that should be spent on patients and frontline care will no longer have anywhere to hide. The new technology and analysis, combined with intel and experience of counter-fraud specialists will form the starting point of this new fight against NHS fraudsters.” This new digitalized system of checking and dispensing would be started as a pilot project next year and costs related to prescription fraud are expected to be halved by April 2020.In 2016 the number of people fined with £100 for false claims almost doubled to around 900,000. England is the only part of United Kingdom that charges for prescriptions at present. This new effort to curb fraud would be headed by Health Minister Steve Barclay.last_img read more

Clinical study provides clear answer to debate on glucose management after stroke

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Feb 8 2019Hyperglycemia, or increased glucose, is common in patients with acute ischemic stroke and is associated with worse outcomes compared to normal glucose levels. Doctors all over the world have debated whether intensive glucose management, which requires the use of IV insulin to bring blood sugar levels down to 80-130 mg/dL, or standard glucose control using insulin shots, which aims to get glucose below 180 mg/dL, lead to better outcomes after stroke. Primary results from the Stroke Hyperglycemia Insulin Network Effort (SHINE) study, a large, multisite clinical study provide a clear answer to that question.The primary results show that intensive glucose management did not improve functional outcomes at 90 days after stroke compared to standard glucose therapy. In addition, intense glucose therapy increased the risk of very low blood glucose (hypoglycemia) and required a higher level of care such as increased supervision from nursing staff, compared to standard treatment. The findings will be presented at a plenary session at the International Stroke Conference in Honolulu on February 6, 2019 at 11:23 am HT/4:23 pm ET. Source:https://www.ninds.nih.gov/News-Events/News-and-Press-Releases/Press-Releases/NIH-study-provides-answer-long-held-debate-bloodlast_img read more

Bacteria from seawater provide new leads to treat malignant melanoma

first_img Source:https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/presspacs/2019/acs-presspac-march-6-2019/seawater-bacteria-provides-leads-to-fight-melanoma.html Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Mar 7 2019Malignant melanoma can be a particularly dangerous form of cancer, and more therapeutic options are needed. Now, researchers report in ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters that a bacteria from seawater has inspired promising leads for an entirely new way to treat the disease.In melanoma, cancer cells form in melanocytes, the cells that color the skin. While new cases of most types of cancer are declining, those of melanoma — the deadliest form of skin cancer — continue to climb, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If melanoma metastasizes, or migrates to other locations in the body, prognosis is poor and treatment options are limited. New chemotherapy agents were recently approved that target melanomas with so-called “BRAF” mutations, but some of these tumors are already showing resistance to these therapies. William Fenical, James J. La Clair, Leticia Costa-Lotufo and colleagues decided the best solution would be to take aim at a completely different biochemical pathway in melanoma.In 2014, the researchers discovered that seriniquinone, a natural product isolated from a rare marine bacteria, showed potent and selective activity against melanoma cells in a test tube. Even better, it was the first small molecule ever shown to target a particular protein involved in cancer proliferation. In their new work, the team identified the structural components of the natural product that were key to its activity, and then modified other parts of the molecule to make it more water soluble nd easier to purify. Both these steps are necessary to make it more suitable as a drug. The researchers are now further refining these seriniquinone derivatives to optimize activity against melanoma.​last_img read more

NIHs All Of Us Research Program to host special symposium on May

first_imgWhen: Monday, May 6, 2019; 10-11:30 a.m. EDTWhere: Masur Auditorium, NIH Clinical Center (Building 10), NIH Campus, Bethesda, MarylandPlease see NIH Visitor Information for a map and details about campus access.The event also will be streamed via NIH Videocast and Facebook Live.Contact: Members of the press interested in attending should contact Katie Rush or Veronica Anderson at AllofUsPress@mail.nih.gov with any questions or to discuss interview, filming and photography opportunities. Source:https://allofus.nih.gov/news-events-and-media/announcements/nih-all-us-symposium-highlight-progress-toward-building-largest-most-diverse-health-research-program-its-kind Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Director, National Institutes of Health Eric Dishman, Director, All of Us Research Program Gary H. Gibbons, M.D., Director, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Director, National Institute on Drug Abuse Elizabeth Cohn, Ph.D., R.N., Rudin Professor of Nursing, Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, City University of New York David Glazer, Engineering Director, Verily Deven McGraw, J.D., General Counsel and Chief Regulatory Officer, Ciitizen Ana Pavón, Program Coordinator, PASOs-Midlands Robert A. Winn, M.D., Associate Vice Chancellor for Community Based Practice; Director, University of Illinois Cancer Center; and Professor of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicagocenter_img with Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Apr 30 2019What: The All of Us Research Program at the National Institutes of Health is hosting a special symposium, “From Data to Discoveries: Creating a Research Program for All of Us.” Marking one year from the program’s national launch, speakers will identify the building blocks of a meaningful research program, including an engaged and diverse participant community, and forecast the program’s scientific possibilities. Also at the event, the program will introduce the beta version of the All of Us Data Browser, an interactive tool available to the public that provides summary statistics from the program’s growing database, with information from participants’ surveys, physical measurements and electronic health records.Related StoriesSchwann cells capable of generating protective myelin over nerves finds researchAMSBIO offers new, best-in-class CAR-T cell range for research and immunotherapyBridging the Gaps to Advance Research in the Cannabis IndustryWho: Speakers include:last_img read more

General Motors reports 52 bn loss on charge for US tax reform

General Motors sees another solid year of sales this year, despite posting a loss last year largely due to the US tax reform, as it launches the revamped Chevrolet Silverado Citation: General Motors reports $5.2 bn loss on charge for US tax reform (2018, February 6) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-02-motors-bn-loss-tax-reform.html GM reported a net loss of $5.2 billion in the fourth quarter due to a $7.3 billion non-cash charge from the remeasurement of deferred tax assets because of US tax reform—a change other major companies also have had to contend with. Revenues in the final quarter fell to $37.7 billion, down 5.5 percent from the same period a year earlier.The tax impact also led to an annual loss of $3.9 billion, after solid profits in 2016.But GM pointed to strong sales in the US, China and South America that helped it achieve higher operating earnings compared with the fourth quarter of the prior year.The automaker reported a dip in North American car sales overall, where the US market in 2017 retreated from the record-setting performance of 2016 but remained at a high level. Car sales rose significantly in China and South America, offsetting the near complete absence of sales in Europe after the company sold its the Opel/Vauxhall brands in Europe to the PSA Group.US tax reform has led to a number of losses among large corporations such as Goldman Sachs and Caterpillar in the fourth quarter. Still, there is broad consensus among US companies, including GM, that tax cuts will benefit the economy long-term.Solid year expectedExcluding those items, GM’s earnings translated into $1.65 a share, better than analyst forecasts.GM said last month that it expects another solid year in car sales in 2018 when it will launch revamps of best-selling vehicles such as the Chevrolet Silverado. Pickups and other large vehicles, which have big profit margins, have become the backbone of US car sales amid a period of relatively low gasoline prices.GM also has scored points with Wall Street for making strides in its autonomous driving program. It is targeting 2019 for deployment of autonomous vehicles commercially, though it has not said when its overall spending on autonomous technology will be profitable.The automaker plans to invest $1 billion in 2018 on autonomous car technology, an increase from the $600 million last year. “We believe this is a huge opportunity if you’re first at scale,” GM chief financial officer Chuck Stevens told CNBC Tuesday morning.GM shares rose 2.4 percent to $40.50 after the results were announced. A huge one-time charge for US tax reform pushed General Motors quarterly earnings into the red, but the automaker said Tuesday that earnings were better-than-expected when the tax hit is excluded. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. GM takes $7 bn charge due to US tax reform, sees solid 2018 © 2018 AFP Explore further read more

China probes suspected customer data leak at Accor partner

first_img Explore further Shanghai police said they were investigating a suspected data leak at NASDAQ-listed Chinese hotelier Huazhu Group, the local partner of France-based AccorHotels. Huazhu, one of China’s biggest hoteliers, said the release of the data had caused a ‘vicious impact’, and that it was conducting an internal investigation This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. © 2018 AFPcenter_img China’s Alibaba under fire over use of customer data Huazhu, one of China’s biggest hoteliers, released a statement on Tuesday saying it had alerted police to reports that the company’s internal data was being sold online, asking them to investigate.Chinese media reports said the data included guest membership information, personal IDs, check-in records, guest names, mobile numbers, and emails.Police in Shanghai said in a statement that they were looking into the case.Huazhu’s website said it operates more than 3,000 hotels in more than 370 cities in China, including the AccorHotels brands Ibis and Mercure.Shanghai-based Huazhu formed a long-term alliance with Accor in 2014 to help the French hotel group develop the Chinese market.Huazhu said the release of the data had caused a “vicious impact”, without giving specifics, and that it was conducting an internal investigation.The sale of personal information is common in China, which last year implemented a controversial cybersecurity law that requires services to store user data in China and receive approval from users before sharing their details.Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba came under fire earlier this year over its handling of user data in an episode that underscores growing concerns for privacy in the hyper-digitised country.Alibaba’s online-payments affiliate Ant Financial was forced to apologise after users said they felt misled into allowing its Alipay service to share data on their spending habits with Ant’s credit-scoring arm and other third-party services. Citation: China probes suspected customer data leak at Accor partner (2018, August 29) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-08-china-probes-customer-leak-accor.htmllast_img read more

How artificial intelligence can help in the fight against human trafficking

first_img This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. For Lopresti, the time is ripe to move beyond our reliance on good—but fortuitous—observations to uncover crimes of human trafficking. It’s time, he says, to leverage technology to support trained law enforcement in tackling this complex issue.”Finding a solution to the problem of human trafficking is not just a technical one. It also involves social policy and political,” he says. “As a researcher, if you don’t understand this, you could come up with a solution that you think is elegant mathematically but is totally irrelevant in the real world. So that’s why we wanted to be in the same room with the social scientists and the policy makers.”Since 2015, Jennifer Gentile Long, a graduate of Lehigh and chief executive officer of Aequitas—a resource for prosecutors working on cases of human trafficking and gender-based violence— and Lopresti have collaborated on computer-science-based efforts to help AEquitas manage and make use of the large amount of text data in legal documents to support the organization’s work in helping prosecutors build stronger cases.The conference, which was co-hosted with the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, the Alan Turing Institute, Tech Against Trafficking, University of Nottingham Rights Lab, and Arizona State University Global Security Initiative, kicked off what organizers plan to be a multiyear collaboration around the issue.”It was amazing to see experts in all these fields come together and try to coordinate efforts so that people are working toward solutions, not working haphazardly,” says Long. “They are making a true impact on this crime—identifying victims at points where they are missed, providing opportunities to leave and find safety, identifying perpetrators, and looking at policy in a coordinated effort. And it’s so great to see Lehigh, in a way, sitting at the head of the table.”During the conference’s closing session, survivors of human trafficking shared their stories with attendees.”It reminded everyone,” says Lopresti, “that even though we are talking about information, data, and policy, which all seem abstract, the data is real people. You can’t treat a problem like this abstractly.””Technology alone can’t solve the problem,” adds Long, “but when we combine it with training efforts to develop highly skilled, trauma-informed investigators and prosecutors, we can enhance victim identification and safety.”Mining the data for hidden evidenceLopresti’s participation in the global discussion around modern slavery follows his work outside the university on a local level, through his involvement with the Regional Intelligence and Investigation Center (RIIC) in Allentown, Pa., a city of more than 120,000 located near Bethlehem, where Lehigh University is located.Launched in 2013, the RIIC has “revolutionized” the way area police departments “analyze and share collected data to solve crimes,” according to the office of Lehigh County District Attorney James Martin.”I had no idea in our own backyard this was happening,” Lopresti says. “But the same reason that drives Amazon to build a big warehouse in this region of the country—accessibility to large populations—is why this region, known as the Lehigh Valley, is also a hub for human trafficking, drug trafficking, gangs, and some very serious criminal activity.”Lopresti, who is an expert in document analysis and pattern recognition, is working with RIIC Director Julia Kocis , prosecutors, law enforcement officials and other Rossin College computer science and engineering faculty members—Jeffrey D. Heflin, Sihong Xie, and Eric P.S. Baumer—to help overcome the challenges of turning vast amounts of data, primarily from police incident reports, into something useable, despite limited resources.”If an expert sits down and reads enough of these, he or she will find a common thread—this person is related to this place, which is related to this activity, which is related to this other person,” he says. “The trouble is, they’ve got millions of these reports and just don’t have enough time to read through them. We’re developing natural language techniques, text mining and data mining techniques that are oriented to processing lots of data to identify patterns of behavior that would reflect illegal activities related to human trafficking.”Kocis presented their work at Code 8.7, emphasizing the “wealth of evidence that’s evidence hiding within freeform text and unstructured data that AI techniques can help identify.” According to the Lehigh County DA’s office, “Efficient access to this information will place law enforcement in a better position to help victims, investigate and prosecute traffickers and deter buyers.” “It is often misidentified as a single, isolated crime, like prostitution or a drug offense,” says Dan Lopresti, professor and chair of the department of science and engineering at Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. “And unless you put together the pieces, you don’t realize there is a much bigger picture.”A group of computational researchers, experts in artificial intelligence (AI) and other members of the technology community is joining forces with policy experts, law enforcement officials, activists and survivors to help put the pieces together.”Imagine the techniques that Google and Facebook are using to make a profit—understanding people, the way they connect, what their interests are, what they might buy or the activities they engage in,” says Lopresti. “We can apply those same techniques—data mining, text mining, what’s called graph mining—AI that’s being used for legitimate and really profitable purposes, to track these illicit behaviors.”Although traffickers have embraced the internet and social media platforms to recruit potential victims and advertise to customers, Lopresti says, the same networks provide opportunities for rooting out criminal activity.As a member of the Executive Committee of the Computing Research Association’s Computing Community Consortium (CCC), Lopresti helped organize a two-day conference at the United Nations in February called Code 8.7: Using Computational Science and AI to End Modern Slavery. The conference brought together top researchers, policy makers, social scientists, representatives of the tech community and survivors for a deep dive into the topic.The name Code 8.7 refers to Target 8.7 of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals which seeks to end forced labor, modern slavery, and human trafficking by 2030, and the worst forms of child labor by 2025. The crime of human trafficking—defined by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as modern-day slavery that “involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act—is notoriously difficult to prosecute. Provided by Lehigh Universitycenter_img Explore further Citation: How artificial intelligence can help in the fight against human trafficking (2019, April 9) retrieved 17 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2019-04-artificial-intelligence-human-trafficking.html New data dashboards launched to inform policymaking on modern slavery and child laborlast_img read more

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