Hospitals, senior living residences and skilled nursing facilities have been paying closer attention to diet and cuisine than ever before, adopting many of the systems that have made the hospitality industry successful.
Ever since news broke back in December about the U.S. opening up relations with Cuba, the health care sectors - in both countries - have taken notice.
Congratulations to all nurses who are returning to school to further your education! You come to us in our academic institutions as licensed registered nurses with years of experience or maybe just a few weeks of experience.
In our series focusing on the economic realities of providing care in today’s hospitals, we take a look this month at the costs of running and maintaining trauma centers
Here’s the scenario: Sundays in South Florida, living la dolce vita. First, of course, it’s breakfast at our local Palm Beach Bagel. Then Carol generally takes over the screened porch
Today's healthcare world is replete with mergers and acquisitions, hospitals buying up physician practices and surgery centers, and other organizations expanding rapidly.
In the field of medicine there exists a long tradition of service to humanity. Few families embody this tradition like the DeGennaro family. The family patriarch, Dr. Vincent DeGennaro, M.D., is one of the most respected physicians
Joining the South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum was a decision that changed the course of my life. Being involved with this volunteer-based organization has allowed me to mature and grow professionally
In a previous article, I provided information regarding a ruling by Judge Jorge E. Cueto of Florida’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court in which Judge Cueto ruled the state’s workers’ compensation “exclusive remedy” provision
Currently, the healthcare services have been impacted and transformed by the implementation of the biomedical informatics resources which have enhanced and expedited the delivery of healthcare services