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March 2007 - Volume 3 - Issue 9

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Recruitment and retention of adequate numbers of well-qualified health care professionals continues to be a problem for hospitals across the country, and the growing crisis is taking a toll on the entire health care system. For hospital human resource...
In his latest book, The World is Flat, Thomas Friedman, the New York Times Foreign Affairs columnist, describes the dazzling and rapid technological and social shifts spearheaded by the Internet that effectively leveled the economic world, and...
That Was the Week That Was … (a.k.a. The Big Chill)
"In my personal opinion, it's the most important awards program." That is Mariluz Rios' thought of the Miami Chamber Health Care Heroes Awards Program. She admits she might be prejudice because she is one of the co-chairs of the event; however, she also...
President Bush recently unveiled several health care reform proposals in his 2007 State of the Union Address. South Florida Hospital News asked healthcare organizations and healthcare professionals to express their thoughts on his proposals. Here are some...
Across the nation, the recruitment of clinical workers has become a major challenge for healthcare providers. On the Treasure Coast, unemployment remains low, which means competition for professional and service workforce is high. That’s why Martin...
At a fundraising gala several years ago for the International Kids Fund (IKF), Rolando Rodriguez introduced a video about an infant named Sofia. Sofia was diagnosed with a congenital cardiac anomaly in the first month of her life, and although the defect...
CAEAR Coalition, a national non-profit organization that advocates on behalf of HIV/AIDS Service Programs that receive funding through the Ryan White CARE Act, held its 6th Annual Partnership Awards Dinner on Monday, December 4, at The Palms South Beach...
Camp Coral, established in 1991 by HospiceCare of Southeast Florida, is a complimentary overnight camp providing a safe setting to assist children with their grief and dealing with a death of a loved one. Camp Coral is entirely run by HospiceCare staff...
Recently I heard that organized medicine is launching an initiative in the Florida legislature to help both doctors and those less fortunate among us.
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