South Florida Hospital News
Wednesday August 5, 2020

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June 2016 - Volume 12 - Issue 12


The foundation of the Health of your Wealth is that financial success is not achieved alone. There are examples where people achieved wealth and lost it, because they thought they had the expertise to manage their own money or trusted the wrong people. 

Most of us have watched enough Law & Order to know that we all have certain basic rights. We have the right to remain silent. We have the right to an attorney . . .well, sort of, unless we’re dealing with a worker’s compensation claim

The old joke that the only thing that never changes in a hospital is its address has never been truer. New delivery care models, such as urgent care centers and patient-centered medical homes, are offering coordinated care and changing where patients are treated. 

Since the opening of the Miami office in June 2015, Robins & Morton has achieved great success with local clients as well as repeat clients totaling more than $555 million in construction and preconstruction projects.

High quality acoustics are an important factor for improving hospital and healthcare facilities, leading to improved service, a better patient experience, and a better financial bottom line.

The 40-year building recertification is basically a structural and electrical safety inspection. Under Section 8-11(f) of the Building Code, owners of 40-year-or-older commercial buildings in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties must have structural and electrical safety inspections 

The time to finish mitigation projects and to finalize preparations for the 2016 hurricane season is upon all of us in healthcare. Over ten years have passed since those of us who live in South Florida experienced a hurricane landfall,

With hurricane season fast approaching, the American Red Cross has steps people should take now to get ready for hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30.

With mosquito season now under way, that also means mosquitoes that could potentially transmit the Zika virus. People usually don’t get sick enough to go to the hospital, and they very rarely die of Zika. However, pregnant women — and those who are trying to get pregnant — face the biggest danger 

I joined ACHE as an active member in 2007 after graduating from Masters of Health Service Administration program at the University of Michigan. During the course of my healthcare administration career, I have had the blessing and pleasure of serving in the local chapters i

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