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November 2005 - Volume 2 - Issue 5

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A recent survey by Deloitte & Touche USA disclosed that 29 percent of hospital CEOs believed that their hospitals could fail in the next five years. Although down from 32 percent two years ago, the outlook – and the challenge to survive and thrive is...
Mother Nature is never shy about testing human nature. Just ask Anthony M. Degina, Chief Executive Officer of Plantation General Hospital, and Earl H. Denning, Chief Executive Officer of Westside Regional Medical Center. Their health systems in...
Hurricane Katrina struck a devastating blow to health care in New Orleans and environs, crippling most hospitals, destroying virtually all nursing homes, shutting down two medical schools, and wiping out thousands of physicians’ practices. These impacts...
I’m not sure who first came up with the cliché about what to do when the world hands you lemons, but I thought about it as soon as I realized this is National Hospice Month. My experience with the concept of Hospice is both personal and profound. Several...
In 1970, the "HCFA-10" was established to designate 10 rehab diagnoses that would qualify a facility as an inpatient rehabilitation hospital. In 1984, the "HCFA-10" was incorporated in a "75 Percent Rule" which proposed that 75 percent of a rehabilitation...
Setting … service … clinical outcome. Guests at the Grand Opening of RehabXperience got to see it all on October 20 when the new rehabilitation and pain center held an open house at its new Sunrise facility. According to Medical Director Colette Amit,...
The drug problem in South Florida/Miami is staggering. In an effort to understand better the problem, the scope and new treatments, the following is an interview with Leonardo Lado, M.D., an innovator in regional drug treatment and licensed treating...
Many hospitals today are undergoing major expansions, renovations, or building replacement facilities. Your hospital is probably one of the many that are going through the pains of a major construction project. One of the important decisions that you will...
Dear Business Muse: We have a stable practice, but are being overwhelmed by increasing paperwork and decreasing reimbursements. Our costs seem to be increasing faster than our receipts. Any suggestions? Provider - Boca Raton, FL Dear Reader: In the...
Both on campus and off campus medical space showed positive absorption in the Second Quarter of 2005. With occupancy rates strong and rental rates increasing, medical office space in prime areas is becoming more difficult to find. The trend in outpatient...
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