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November 2013 - Volume 10 - Issue 5


Necessity is the mother of invention, and nowhere is this more obvious at EMAS3, Inc., where owner Hank Hall has created software programs that help patients and medical professionals keep medication records accurate and up-to-date.

Advances in computer sciences technology are resulting in a profound change in the business of practicing medicine. The ability to collect and analyze information concerning the cost of care ...

There is no more “business as usual” in healthcare. Change and innovation characterize the dramatic paradigm shift in the healthcare industry as physicians focus on balancing quality and costs.

Many home health agencies these days offer care and rehabilitation of all kinds, so if the time comes when you have to make use of such services, it may be difficult to decide on which one to choose.

No, I wish I could say I was only turning 42 … actually Carol and I just celebrated our 42nd wedding anniversary. Yes, we are probably the original Mr. and Mrs. T-Rex

More than a month into the rocky rollout of the Affordable Care Act, one thing is abundantly clear – America is in for some significant changes to our health care system.

Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan, who appeared on NBC’s “Meet the Press” the Sunday following the Boston bombing attacks, voiced what many Americans must have been thinking:

One of the ways in which the Affordable Health Care Act hopes to bring health care costs down is through the establishment of accountable-care organizations, or ACOs.

Oftentimes in Florida, medical malpractice or premises liability lawsuits against hospitals or physicians’ offices can last several years while the parties prepare to take the case to trial.

During a recent dinner presentation, a hospital CEO from another state commented about her NFP’s strong profit orientation and how its sustainment necessitated a critical review of all processes.

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