South Florida Hospital News
Monday June 14, 2021

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June 2014 - Volume 10 - Issue 12

In today’s world of social media, the temptation is great to focus marketing efforts primarily on this medium. Although communication through electronic formats, such e-newsletters, Facebook, LinkedIn, and others is essential and effective

Hurricane season is once again upon us, and with it comes the inevitable stream of dire warnings about just how important comprehensive Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plans are.

As we enter the 2014 Hurricane Season after several years of no storms hitting the coasts of Florida, there is a tendency to become complacent about our buildings' emergency preparedness.

Today, this country’s 76.4 million Baby Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, are impacting our society in ways like no group has ever before.

 “Shutter” to Think … that it’s hurricane season again. Just when I’ve finished the last cans of soup and baked beans before they expire, Carol says it’s time to load up once again.

This is my second year as a Board Member for the South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum (SFHEF), and I currently hold the position of Treasurer.

Directors of health care organizations have important responsibilities related to corporate compliance. The risks of noncompliance have grown dramatically over the last decade

Over the past year, we have seen a number of high-profile cases involving privacy breaches that included personal health information (AvMed), credit-card data (Target), and Social Security numbers

Collections have become more important for medical practices over the last few years because of the increases in patient responsibility, and there are no signs that this is slowing.

Throughout human history, where mankind ventures, things invariably get left behind. This includes the ocean floor, outer space and, regrettably, the inner space of the human body.

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