South Florida Hospital News
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May 2017 - Volume 13 - Issue 11


As the largest not-for-profit grantmaking organization dedicated solely to health in South Florida, the Health Foundation of South Florida has been working to make the region a healthier place for all residents within Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Increasingly around the country and in South Florida, employers and other stakeholders are looking to hire data analytics professionals who can critically analyze data to help them grow and manage their businesses and to be more effective. 

As a nurse, Patricia Rosello possessed the skillset and talents to not only provide excellent patient care, but to also lead an institution as CEO. Today, Rosello serves as CEO for Baptist Outpatient Services, a division of Baptist Health South Florida

The Good in this case was actually getting to perform my special friend Peter’s wedding to the lovely Celeste; the Bad was definitely attempting to fly to Vegas for the wedding via the Delta meltdown; and the Ugly, without a doubt, was having to take two red eye flights in a 36-hour period.

Approximately one-third of American women list their obstetrics and gynecology provider (ob­gyn) as their primary physician. Ob-gyns serve a wide range of women's health needs and serve as a transitional gateway during the critical onset of mental issues. 

When you’re seeking a financial advisor to invest with, trustworthiness is the most important trait to look for. A professional advisor will demonstrate trustworthiness. The benefit of a trustworthy advisor is the knowledge and confidence you’ll have when making financial decisions.

More than 27 million patient records were compromised in reported healthcare data breaches in 2016 – and cyber criminals are to blame for the vast majority.

When Jack Michel, M.D., joined Larkin Community Hospital in South Miami in 1998, his first few years were spent streamlining operations to ensure quality of care in the 112-bed medical/surgical/psychiatric facility.

As all Florida businesses large and small realize that their workers’ compensation premiums have increased almost 15% as of December 1, 2016, most of them remain completely unaware that this increase is only the beginning of additional increases if the Florida legislature does not take action this session to alleviate the effects of the Florida Supreme Court decisions that were handed down in 2016.

President Donald Trump and Republicans seem likely to continue efforts to repeal and replace the ACA or at least mandate significant changes to the current healthcare law. While what these revisions or new legislation will look like remains unclear, the pressure on hospitals to further reduce costs while improving quality of care will only increase.

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