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June 2013 - Volume 9 - Issue 12


As Broward Health Medical Center (BHMC) turns 75, the county’s first hospital is celebrating a proud legacy of achievement.

New construction or renovation is generally commenced only after much deliberation, and after expenditures are carefully scrutinized;

Hurricane season is upon us again and the appropriate precautions and emergency plans will be dusted off and reevaluated.

A new study that involves an eye test may help in earlier detection of Alzheimer's disease. Produced by a company called Cognoptix in Massachusetts ...

Sometimes amid difficult circumstances, heroes emerge. And while I’m certainly hoping our resolve isn’t tested like others during this hurricane season, we have our own little “trauma” going on in the Felix household.

Imagine receiving a check for $250,000 that you didn’t know you had coming – all due to the skill and diligence of an attorney who has a passion for doing right by his clients.

For many practices, it can be difficult to collect all that they are owed. While this is often blamed on “billing errors,” the fact is, there can be many reasons why a business isn’t being paid.

The change to accountable payment from the traditional fee-for-service model will require new strategies to maintain high-quality care delivery in an environment that no longer rewards volume treatment.

On January 25, 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services published the final rule implementing and incorporating the provisions of the Health Information Technology ...

When you’re a busy health care professional, it’s easy to put your own needs aside when caring for patients.

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