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September 2005 - Volume 2 - Issue 3

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When Edward Banos, CHE, became chief executive officer of North Shore Medical Center in Miami in 2004, he didn’t just bring management skills and a commitment to health care. He also brought a unique perspective to the position, a perspective formed...
One of the unexpected perks that comes with publishing a healthcare newspaper is that once in awhile I’m invited to be a guinea pig of sorts.
As the long Miami summer enters its final stretch, and students and parents turn their thoughts to the return of school days, it is appropriate to reflect on the progress of scientific research, and how it differs so dramatically from the academic process...
When NetGroup executives began searching for a new name for their mail-order medical supply business, the solution was closer than they realized. "A name change was well overdue for the company founded 10 years ago in the home of Bruce and Judy...
More than ever before, detailed healthcare information is available to the general public, providing consumers with multiple sources for making decisions about the type of care they receive and where. In today’s increasingly competitive environment for...
In today’s fast paced, frenetic world it is easy to forget the ideals that propelled us into the healthcare fields. When conversing with a young college pre-med student and we ask - Why do you want to enter the medical field?
Florida PACE Centers is an innovative program of personalized health and support services for seniors age 55 and older, many of whom are frail elderly, meet nursing home criteria and live at home. Based on a concept that was initially introduced 35 years...
You’ve probably heard information about the "new HSAs," but may be unsure of what they are and/or the requirements. Basically, they are a way to set aside tax-free funds for medical purposes, for eligible individuals.
The population of racial and ethnic minorities in the U.S. is larger than ever, and it’s continuing to grow at a rapid pace. This increasing diversity is having a significant impact on the health care industry – opening up new opportunities for health...
Beware. A new technology is gaining popularity in the United States which may potentially pose a threat, particularly to healthcare employers. The technology is the camera cell phone. If you think that this emerging technology should not be a concern, thi
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