South Florida Hospital News
Tuesday April 25, 2017
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May 2013 - Volume 9 - Issue 11

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Professional nursing currently faces a multitude of challenges. At one time, industry changes for nursing were almost exclusively linked to the acute care environment.

Healthcare reform continues to accelerate. Changes have taken place impacting how we do business and how the public views us.

Most people don’t realize how much of an asset nurses are particularly in the community health setting. This practice of nursing is a blend of primary health care and public health nursing.

The Judge issued an injunction on the new PIP law - What happens now?

I guess looking on the bright side, if we weren’t married Carol might be calling an attorney right now. I can see it now — Felix vs. Felix — The Case of the Flying Bicycle Pedal.

An article in Futurescan 2012: Healthcare Trends and Implications 2012-2017 outlines the huge shift in favor of hospital-owned medical practices.

Physicians and health care professionals must comply with a number of federal and Florida laws restricting patient referrals and financial relationships among medical practices, hospitals, and other businesses.

If you’re like some people, you may have a sense that Life insurance is a good thing — but may not be certain why.

What do 70,000 Florida companies have in common? They have all chosen to partner with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO).

Generally, in Florida, an employer cannot be held liable for tortious or criminal acts of an employee unless the acts were committed during the course of employment and to further a purpose or interest of the employer.

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