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January 2009 - Volume 5 - Issue 7

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A lot of time is spent teaching those in leadership positions to lead. While the real issue rests with followers not knowing how to follow. In other words, they don't know how to - or don't really want to - work together. While vision and strategy are...
During these trying economic times, it’s comforting to know that some businesses are booming. Physicians Advantage Services (PAS) is a shining example. The family-run company, which helps doctors manage their practices, is thriving – so much so that it...
Historically, hospitals have been seen as somewhat recession-proof. The current economic crisis is shattering that myth. Hospitals are facing multiple – and growing – challenges; fewer paying patients, increased numbers of uninsured and under-insured...
Medicaid reform, adequate funding for services, patient and provider safety, nursing shortages – these are highlights of the state legislative issues that the South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association (SFHHA) will be involved in throughout 2009....
Yes, according to the Chinese, 2009 is the Year of the Ox, one of the most patient signs in the Chinese zodiac (and I think this year will call for more than the average amount of patience.) But as far as we’re concerned, especially around the Felix...
Florida is currently one of two states which does not permit Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners (ARNPs) to prescribe controlled substances, but that may change in 2009. In December, Senate professional staff presented the findings of Interim Report...
In December, Memorial Regional Hospital South celebrated two years as a key part of the Memorial Healthcare System ((MHS). Anyone involved with the facility when it was Hollywood Medical Center would not recognize our hospital. Every aspect of the...
Memorial Hospital Miramar will celebrate a milestone this year – four years of servicing Miramar and the surrounding communities. What remains uncertain are the challenges that we will face in the healthcare industry. These may include the emerging...
It’s now official – our economy has been in a recession period since the end of 2007. Recessions create many challenges in health care, and result in changes that have both short and long term consequences.
When patients and their families are dealing with a terminal illness, the physical and emotional challenges are burden enough. But sometimes the financial stresses associated with serious illness are more than a family can bear. That is especially true...
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