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March 2005 - Volume 1 - Issue 8

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In recent years, America’s hospice programs have experienced an epidemic of late admissions and very short-stay patients – patients who are referred for hospice care mere days before their deaths, typically in a state of acute medical, emotional and...
South Florida is a true microcosm of the world. Ask anyone who lives here, and they’ll tell you about the rich and diverse mix of nationalities, races and faiths that is represented among their friends, neighbors and co-workers. A plethora of...
During the November elections, Florida residents went to the polls and voted to add two amendments to the Florida Constitution. Amendment 7 ("Right to Know") allows patients or representatives "to know and have access to records of a health care...
The 40-year-old Medicaid program has been tweaked and bandaged and patched into a bureaucratic maze that poorly serves the needy people it was created to serve and the hospitals and other health care providers it relies on to provide that service. At the...
I celebrated a birthday last month and to mark the occasion I decided to give myself a present in the form of a "54,000 mile health check up."
The past month has been a whirlwind for Paul Barach, M.D., M.P.H., director of the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Center for Public Safety. The center opened January 13 on the fourth floor of the Institute Building at Jackson Memorial Hospital and...
With Expert Help from The Doug Williams Group, Hospital Staff Raises the Bar
Some kids may think their father’s have cool jobs, but Dean Leaman knew his father’s job was cool - literally.
In the United States alone, estimates attribute between 250,000 and 500,000 deaths per year to sudden cardiac death (SCD) a phenomenon related to fatal disturbances in cardiac rhythm. These disturbances are due to malignant arrhythmias, errors in the...
An effort by Workforce Alliance, Inc. of Palm Beach County to encourage more people to pursue careers in the biotechnology industry has taken on an international flavor. Workforce Alliance administers the unique program involving federally-funded college...
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