South Florida Hospital News
Monday March 30, 2020

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January 2007 - Volume 3 - Issue 7




One of the best parts of being a parent is raising kids (in our case – Josh and Drew) who grow into adults you actually like! And as an added bonus, sometimes they actually marry (or in Drew’s case – get engaged) to ladies you think are really terrific...
The healthcare community is in the center of a vortex of competing demands and conflicting pressures. Forces of change are coming from all directions as hospital administrators are trying to make sense of regulatory mandates, competing standards, major...
The need to rapidly move the acute myocardial infarction patient from the Emergency Department door to the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and quickly reestablish blood flow to the heart muscle (reperfusion) has been documented via research for quite s
Gloria Damasco, RN, MSN, is a nurse manager whose commitment to teamwork is so strong that she believes that individual achievement is not really possible for a manager like herself. Instead, she feels that her work is reflected in the achievements of her...
Research has shown that most individuals without healthcare coverage have jobs but can’t afford the premiums and that the majority of Americans spend more of their waking hours at work than they do anywhere else. In addition, businesses that do provide...
Providers Need to Participate in Politics
Kyle Robinson, a senior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida, wants to enter the medical field one day. Fortunately for him, he doesn’t have to wait long.
here’s an old story that presents the dilemma of the orange. You and I have one orange between us and we both want it. How do we resolve this?
It has been said that a journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. That single step for the hospital medicine movement was first taken about a decade ago when two University of California physicians coined the phrase "hospitalist" in a...
Twenty seven years ago, when I started in healthcare administration, it was a different world. We took care of patients, we submitted bills for that care and we got paid. I recall the first hospital CFO I worked with complaining when our number one payer...
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