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September 2009 - Volume 6 - Issue 3
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"Unfortunately, it’s just the cost of doing business!" Most companies tally approximately 15% of revenue to overhead expenses, and all too often assume that this exasperating rationalization is just a given. Whether it is freight or transportation costs,...
An epidemic has hit Florida. In 2007, prescription drug abuse claimed the lives of up to 9 people per day. In addition, a total of 8,620 Floridians died as a result of drug related deaths and the number continued to rise in 2008, according to the Florida...
Women using alcohol and other drugs (AOD) face unique challenges and risk factors. Alcohol and other drugs have differential physiological effects on women when compared to men. For example, women who abuse narcotics present with a history of heavier drug...
The period just after discharge from drug or alcohol treatment is notorious for relapse. One frequently noted reason is that addicts believe that after 30 days of sobriety, they’ve beaten their addiction. Unfortunately, many then dispense with after-care,...
The Annual Corazon Conference: "Raising the Stakes: Playing a Winning Hand in Heart, Vascular, & Stroke"
As hospitals scramble to enhance delivery of healthcare, improve efficiencies and wring more income from operations, many are re-examining the performance of their real estate holdings. Medical office buildings, in particular, are drawing considerable...
Managing the development of a medical office building (MOB) can be a complicated and difficult process. There are many factors that must be taken into consideration before a groundbreaking takes place, throughout the entire construction process and as the...
As health care becomes more consumer-driven, hospitals, nursing facilities, medical office buildings, diagnostic centers, and others are craving high-tech amenities as competition is fierce for the health care dollar. But even with the latest in...
Although most experts remain optimistic about the medical office market, some MOBs in certain marketplaces are feeling the effect of declining demand. This has been advantageous to healthcare providers who have been able to negotiate tremendous rental and...
Change gives way to opportunity, and our current economic crisis is no exception to that rule. As construction prices fall and rents decline, there might never be a better time for a physician's practice to move into new modern offices, upgrade existing...
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