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May 2014 - Volume 10 - Issue 11

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Meaningful Use can seem complicated, and with the changes for 2014, it’s easy to become confused. To avoid mistakes, review our summary of common misconceptions about both Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use.

The Women's Healthcare Executive Network (WHEN) of South Florida is a non-profit professional organization that provides opportunities for women working in the healthcare industry to enhance their leadership skills.

Grace Walker joined the oncology unit here at Broward Health Medical Center (BHMC) in 2005 as a newly graduated RN. She received her Associates degree from Broward College and also had prior healthcare experience as a patient care associate.

From a young age, Stacy Hanners knew that she wanted to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a nurse. At Jupiter High School, she participated in a program called HOSA – Future Health Professionals

Healthcare is a field that is constantly changing, adapting, and innovating ways to keep our world healthy. Nurses are now stepping out of their comfort zones and acting as catalysts like never before

A group of Barry University’s senior nursing students participated in a study abroad trip in March, spending 10 days on the island of Grenada.

With development and widespread distribution of the Institute of Medicine’s “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” (2011), focus on the need to increase the level of nursing education to meet demands of today’s and tomorrow’s health system needs has never been stronger.

Stress management has become an increasing concern of United States employers, especially healthcare employers. Healthcare employers, especially, have made significant strides in promoting wellness and stress management programs within their organizations.

The one undeniable result of healthcare reform is that the industry will be permanently changed by regulators and the public's demand for increased accountability and transparency.

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