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November 2006 - Volume 3 - Issue 5

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Florida, the third most populated state in the U.S., has a history of events of bioterrorism, natural disasters, and other public health emergencies, including the nation’s first man-made anthrax outbreak and death in 2001. The state has also suffered...
The Residences at Riverwalk. Two years ago, this sleepy waterfront land along the Miami River was nothing but an empty lot. But today, it is one of the premier locations for elegant living in South Florida. Situated on the north bank of the Miami River in...
When Carol called me "positively ubiquitous" last week, I must confess I had to check my dictionary. (She has a "bad" habit of throwing $100 words at me just to catch me off guard! So, yes, I am a 55-year-old guy who needs a dictionary to communicate with...
Whenever a hospital gives a physician anything of value, including payment for any service a doctor might provide, Federal and State laws require that the "value" given must be consistent with "fair market value." The rules apply to a laundry list of...
A year ago Kathleen Schneider, M.D., was an emergency medicine physician on the staff of five Milwaukee hospitals. Today she is medical director for VITAS Innovative Hospice Care® of Milwaukee. She knows first-hand that the two fields don’t overlap much....
It was a defining moment for Jennifer Kast that would ultimately improve access to care for Hospice of Palm Beach County patients and their families.
A successful health care organization blends clinical excellence with solid, progressive business practices. Good management, after all, fosters a work environment that produces high quality care; and administrators and clinicians, working with mutual...
In response to a growing need for service in South Palm Beach County, Hospice of Palm Beach County is proud to announce the opening of its newest office located inside the AMTEC Center at 6413 Congress Avenue in Boca Raton. The new office will allow...
The United Hospital Fund of New York recently completed a study that was reported in The Millbank Quarterly in June 2006 demonstrating that caregivers of patients with chronic conditions "receive inadequate support from healthcare providers." This study...
Heart disease today remains the leading cause of death and disability in this country. It claims the lives of more than 2,600 Americans every day – an average of 1 death every 33 seconds. For the Florida Heart Research Institute, education, prevention and...
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