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Decades Quiz 3

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1980
WHO declared smallpox was eradicated
1980
87% of hospitals offered outpatient surgery
1981
the first vaccine against Hepatitis B discovered
1981
Cyclosporine A discovered, immunosupressant for organ transplants
1981
first child born from in-vitro fertilization
1981
IBM introduced PC
1981
first cases of HIV reported
1981
OBRA requires states to make addittional Medicaid payments
1981
Sandra Day O'Connor first woman Supreme Court Judge
1982
Seven people died after consuming Tylenol; resulted in protective seals
1982
First permanent artificial heart, Jarvik-7, implanted
1982
states allowed to expand Medicaid to disabled children (Katie Budette)
1983
first biosynthetic human insulin introduced
1983
Cobe labs introduced Model CML, a single pumphead membrane
1983
Gall and France both identify that HIV causes AIDS
1983
Inpatient acute hospital PPS enacted by Congress to reduce cost and increase efficiency
1985
Telemedicine begins as MRI was transmitted via satellite
1985
COBRA passed by Reagan
1986
Insulin pen introduced
1986
Carol McCarthy first female president of AHA
1986
EMTALA - Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act
1989
first liver transplant from live donor at University of Chicago Medical Center
1989
Dr. Antonio Novello first female US Surgeon General
1989
OBRA prohibits physicians from referring patients to clinics where they have financial interests
1990
Bush passes ADA
1990
Human Genome Project began
1990
Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources, Emergency Act, and Safe Medical Devices Act passed
1991
Nicoderm created
1991
first robotic surgery device created
1991
Magic Johnson retired after being test positive for HIV
1992
clinical trials began combining drugs for efficiency to treat HIV
1992
silicone breast implants banned
1992
vaccine for Hepatitis A developed
1992
first mobile ventilator created
1992
Mammography Quality Standards Act passed
1993
Dr. Jocelyn Elders first African-American Surgeon General
1993
FMLA passed
1993
Clinton attempted healthcare reform
1994
cholera outbreak in South America
1994
FDA approved calcipitol for topical treatment for psoriasis
1995
a new form of Creytzfelft (Jacob Disease) diagnosed
1995
Robert Gallo discovered chemokines
1995
FDA began inspection of mammography facilities to ensure compliance
1995
Clinton created National Bioethics Advisory Commission to protect research patients
1996
first successful cloning (Dolly the Sheep)
1996
HIPPA passed
1996
JC implemented Sentinel Even Policy
1997
Balanced Budget Act passed
1997
President Clinton offered apology to Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment men
1998
FDA approved Viagra
1998
vaccine for Lyme disease and rotavaris developed
1999
West Nile recognized in US
1999
California passed first nuse-patient ratio law
1999
Institute of Medicine released: "To Err is Human"
2000
Needle Stick Prevention Act passed
2001
FDA licensed first nucleic acid test for screening blood of plasma donors
2001
Leukemia drug blocks tumor growth without harming healthy cells around it
2001
miniature, self-contained artificial heart developed
2001
Anthrax scare
2001
Healthcare Financing Administration becomes Centers for Medicaid and Medicare
2001
JC introduced patient safety standards
2002
New blood test to detect normal DNA from cancerous DNA
2003
Calico cat name "CC" cloned
2003
first hospital to hospital telerobotic assisted surgery performed
2003
SARS broke out in Hong Kong
2003
Bush signed Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act
2005
Brian Gate Neural Interface System allowed paralyzed patients to direct their thoughts to a cursor on a computer screen
2005
CMS introduced Hospital Compare Application for hospital comparison
2005
Hurricane Katrina
2005
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act
2006
JC began unannounced hospital visits
2009
Male HPV vaccine released