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January 2013 - Volume 9 - Issue 7

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Hundreds of Florida International University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) nursing students have taken to the streets of Miami, side by side with medical students, to provide healthcare to underserved households through the Green Family Foundation’s NeighborhoodHELP™ program.
With 67 years of experience bringing healthcare and professionals together, the South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association (SFHHA) begins the new year in a changing, complicated healthcare environment.

"What do I look like, Harry Houdini?" Michael A. Petruccelli responded with a laugh when asked his thoughts on what changes in health care would occur in 2013.

The first step to recruiting and retaining physicians is to understand their priorities and values as well as the unique advantages your organization has to offer.

Recently, I have started down the slippery slope toward bankruptcy and/or total disability and I thought you all might appreciate it if I gave you plenty of advance notice.

In today’s unsettled economic and regulatory landscape, health care organizations should zealously protect their workforce and proprietary information.

Most medical practices don’t know about the significant liability they have regarding their 401k plans and, even worse, almost none know how the government is dramatically increasing its enforcement actions.

The U.S. is facing an aging workforce that is not only declining in health but growing in numbers. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in the December 13, 2012 issue of Preventing Chronic Disease that “with the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), worksite wellness programs will become part of a national public health strategy.”

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services recently announced its call for nominations for the 2013 Heroes in Medicine Awards.

A hospital has many responsibilities in caring for patients, including utilizing reasonable care to ensure for their safety. This duty includes attention for the patient’s safety as their mental and physical conditions, if known, may require.

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