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May 2006 - Volume 2 - Issue 11

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Miami Children’s Hospital is one of America’s most prestigious pediatric medical centers, internationally known for its high quality of care, research and education. A primary reason for that exceptional reputation may well be Jacqueline Gonzalez, ARNP,...
It's difficult to believe that Frank Sacco wasn't always interested in health care. But no. He had been attending the University of Miami, and said that as part of the ROTC program, he "got assigned to the medical service corps, and just stayed in." Now,...
If one possible definition of a naturally born cynic is a person who views a "win-win" situation with some degree of suspicion, I suppose I’m guilty as charged.
The nursing shortage is reaching critical proportions across America, notes Kal Mistry, senior vice president of human resources for VITAS Innovative Hospice Care®, with corporate offices in Miami and hospice programs in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
In 2010, only a few short years away, the first of 78 million baby boomers will turn 65, an age when people often start to require increased medical attention for cardiovascular and/or other diseases and conditions. Aging patients need more complex and...
Few would buy a product – shoes, a TV, a car or a house – or a service – lawn mowing, a cab ride, an engine tune-up or a flight ticket - without knowing how much it would cost and developing a perception about the expected quality. Yet, "Healthcare is one...
One of the most gratifying aspects of clinical practice is the opportunity to help people in demonstrable and sometimes readily apparent ways. The researcher, on the other hand, may never witness the true fruits of his labor, but is constantly bolstered...
Health care providers who are participating in group practices need to understand how critical it is for the group practice to have a buy/sell agreement in place. A buy/sell agreement is a contract that restricts the owners of businesses with multi-owners...
For years the pie that is made up of spendable healthcare dollars has been cut up in ways which keep shrinking the portion that is available to the practitioner. Money is going instead to ancillary services and corporate profits. The subject of corporate...
When Hospital News Publisher Charles Felix asked me to write an occasional column on trends in long term care, I thought it a great way to continue our profession’s dialogue with physicians and hospitals. We are all part of the same continuum of care and...
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