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A new Executive Order designed to shorten federal environmental reviews and permitting, if successful, would mean big changes for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) reviews and federal approvals of major projects.

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In August, President Trump signed an Executive Order (EO) that aims to complete environmental review and approvals of major infrastructure projects 1 within two years by instituting changes to those processes and new accountability requirements for lead agencies, their personnel, and other reviewing and permitting agency personnel. While the two-year requirement might seem daunting, agencies have already achieved that time-frame and even shorter ones for major infrastructure projects. Moreover, those reviews didn't “cut corners” and to the extent that they were challenged in court, the agencies prevailed.

How does the measure stack-up against those enacted by predecessors and how can agencies, and environmental practitioners prepare? Read on to learn more.

How Have Past Administrations and Congress Tried to Expedite Environmental Reviews and Permitting?

Since 1970, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) has required federal agencies to weigh the environmental consequences of their actions before making decisions. It can and often does take years to complete NEPA reviews, particularly for major infrastructure projects. Even though the NEPA implementing regulations have page limits for Environmental Impact Statements (EISs), stress that agencies focus on what is important, state that federal agencies should integrate the requirements of NEPA with other planning and environmental review procedures, and contain provisions for time limits, over the years agencies have produced EISs that greatly exceed the page limits and take too long to complete.

While there are various reasons that an EIS process can take too long, the excessively long ones lead to protracted internal reviews and requests from stakeholders to extend comment periods. In the end, a lengthy EIS does not make the process more legally defensible. Moreover, they can overwhelm and bog-down reviewing agencies, the public, elected officials, and ultimately, the judges. In addition, the amount of time involved in agency decisions regarding areas such as wetlands, endangered species, historic properties, and bridges can take too long because of staffing constraints, varying statutory responsibilities, differing missions, and policy differences. The new EO is the latest of many attempts by past administrations and congress to streamline the NEPA review and authorization processes:

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A funeral is a ceremony for commemorating the lives of the recently passed. Funeral customs consist of varying beliefs and practices used by a culture to commemorate the dead, including the construction of monuments, recitation of prayers, and execution of rituals. Customs vary between cultures, religious affiliations, and familial preference. One traditional practice involves giving sympathy flowers to the deceased. Flowers carry several symbolic meanings for each arrangement. Some of these meanings evolved from experience, tradition, and religions unbeknownst to the masses. Nevertheless, these beliefs and customs continue today in reverence to those who have died. Choosing the wrong flower arrangement could turn a well-intentioned sympathy gift into an offensive display; therefore, it is wise for people to know their intentions before sending flowers to a funeral home as an expression of their sentiments. Study the following meanings of these funeral flowers to prevent unwanted responses from the bereaved.

Lilies

Lilies are commonly associated with funeral services, mainly because their beauty and simplicity makes them suitable for such an occasion. Lilies evoke a feeling of peace and tranquility. Symbolically, these flowers promote the notion that the soul of the person has returned to a state of innocence. Be careful when selecting lilies, as their color and variety significantly changes the meaning behind the arrangement. For instance, white lilies symbolize purity and appear at funerals more often than other varieties. Stargazer lilies symbolize sympathy, which makes them an appropriate option for the loved ones of the recently departed. Oriental lilies symbolize eternal life, making them the perfect option at religious services commemorating the dead.

Gladioli

Gladioli flowers have a tall stem composed of multiple flowers that may grow up to 4 feet tall. The term gladioli derives from the Latin word gladius , which translates to sword. As a result, many people refer to them as the sword lily because of the way they look. The gladioli carry several symbolic meanings, including strength of character, sincerity, and integrity. The gladioli can be given in any range of colors, including white, red, pink, purple, orange, green, salmon, and yellow.

Carnations

Carnations are a popular choice for sympathy arrangements, especially since they have a long-lasting fragrance. Each color evokes or symbolizes an emotion. For instance, red carnations evoke admiration for a loved one that has passed. Pink carnations stand for remembrance of the deceased. White carnations symbolize untainted love and innocence.

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Ellen A Becker , Cheryl A Hoerr , Kimberly S Wiles , Debra L Skees , Corinne H Miller and Douglas S Laher
Respiratory Care January 2018, 63 (1) 102-117; DOI: https://doi.org/10.4187/respcare.05808
Ellen A Becker
Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL.
Cheryl A Hoerr
Department of Respiratory and Sleep Services; Phelps County Regional Medical Center, Rolla, MO.
Kimberly S Wiles
Allegheny Health Network Home Medical Equipment, Ford City, PA.
Debra L Skees
Department of Respiratory Services, Mercy Hospital-Allina Health, Coon Rapids, MN.
Corinne H Miller
Rush University Medical Center,Chicago, IL Galter Health Sciences Library, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL.
Douglas S Laher
American Association for Respiratory Care, Irving, TX.

INTRODUCTION: Changes to the reimbursement of respiratory care services over the past 26 years make it imperative that respiratory therapists (RTs) demonstrate cost savings to establish their value. Therefore, this systematic review evaluated the cost-related impacts from utilizing RTs to deliver care when compared to other care providers.

METHODS: The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines were used to guide the search process. The study addressed articles across all age groups and care settings that compared the cost of care provided by RTs to a comparison group. Studies were excluded if they were not written in English, described care provided outside of the United States, did not provide quantitative data, or lacked a comparison group.

RESULTS: A total of 4,120 articles emerged from the search process, of which 60 qualified for a full text review. Cost savings were evaluated for the 28 articles included in this review, noting the study design, the specific respiratory care practice, use of protocols, clinical setting, and age group. The most frequently studied topic was mechanical ventilation, which along with disease management represented by the most randomized, controlled trials for the study design. The clinical practice area notably absent was home care.

CONCLUSIONS: Although cost comparisons across studies could not be made due to the inconsistent manner in which data were reported, evidence demonstrated that care provided by RTs yielded both direct and indirect cost reductions, which were achieved through protocol utilization, specialized expertise, and autonomous decision making. The care provided was consistent with care provided by other disciplines. It is critical for the respiratory care profession to highlight key clinical practice areas for future research, to establish uniform reporting measures for outcomes, and to foster the development of future respiratory care researchers to affirm the value that respiratory therapists add to patient care.

Footnotes

The authors report that they each have served or are now serving on the AARC Board of Directors; Mr Laher is an AARC Associate Executive Director.

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