Category "Succession Planning"

Physician Canoes Way To Hospital To Perform Surgery

Physician Canoes Way To Hospital To Perform Surgery (0)

Using a canoe as an emergency medical vehicle, a Clear Lake Regional Medical Center doctor — with the help of two volunteer firemen — made his way through treacherous flood

Psychologists Say Money Can Buy Happiness—If It’s Spent The Right Way

Psychologists Say Money Can Buy Happiness—If It’s Spent The Right Way (0)

Across the world, people are complaining about having less time to do what they really want, Quartz writes. Despite the ever-increasing number of so-called “life hacks” that promise ways to

Technology Can’t Replace Smarts

Technology Can’t Replace Smarts (0)

Years ago, I heard a standup comic read aloud the directions on a bottle of shampoo: Shampoo. Rinse. Repeat, Fortune writes. And then he asked a question that all of

Entrepreneurs To Launch Technology Globally That May Revolutionize How We Care For Aging Parents

Entrepreneurs To Launch Technology Globally That May Revolutionize How We Care For Aging Parents (0)

Ed. Note: This article first appeared in Forbes   “In the heart of every caregiver is a knowing that we are all connected. As I do for you, I do for

Should medical residents’ work hours be increased?

Should medical residents’ work hours be increased? (2)

Ed. Note: This article first appeared in Medical Economics This month, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education will decide whether interns should be allowed the same 28-hour shifts senior residents work

Should Doctors Extend Their Practice Hours?

Should Doctors Extend Their Practice Hours? (1)

Story written by Milly Dawson at Medical Economics In a world in which consumers book travel, shop and attend school all day, any day of the year, consumer demand for

5 American Cities Where You Can Retire On Just Social Security

5 American Cities Where You Can Retire On Just Social Security (0)

The statistics on how unprepared Americans are for retirement can be terrifying. The median retirement account balance is $2,500 for all working-age households and $14,500 for near-retirement households, according to

Medicaid Expansion Under Obamacare Has Improved Financial Health Of Low-Income Americans

Medicaid Expansion Under Obamacare Has Improved Financial Health Of Low-Income Americans (0)

Pbs article by MAKING SEN$E EDITOR  Each month, the NBER Digest summarizes several recent NBER working papers. These papers have not been peer-reviewed, but are circulated by their authors for comment and

One-Third Of US Won’t Have A Choice Between Obamacare Plans In 2017

One-Third Of US Won’t Have A Choice Between Obamacare Plans In 2017 (0)

CNBC article by Dan Mangan It’s looking like a lot of people are going to have little Obamacare choice next year. One-third of the United States may have just a single

Don’t Take a Break From Your Career Without a Financial Plan

Don’t Take a Break From Your Career Without a Financial Plan (0)

TIME article by Bobbi Rebell Remember your long-term goals. Until a month ago, Andrew Lampert was moving up the career ladder in New York City as a pricing manager at an auto

Russian Oil Billionaires’ Next Big Investment – American Health Care

Russian Oil Billionaires’ Next Big Investment – American Health Care (0)

Fridman’s LetterOne to invest $3 billion in health care. ‘We cannot hold all our assets in Russia. It’s too risky.’ Mikhail Fridman cashed out of his Russian oil venture near

6 Signs That You Are Ready To Retire Early

6 Signs That You Are Ready To Retire Early (0)

No. 1: You are emotionally ready to quit working Retiring early may be a dream, but how do you know when it’s time to take the leap? “In retirement, every

How To Keep Your Employees Happy: Give Them Mobility

How To Keep Your Employees Happy: Give Them Mobility (0)

Forbes article by Daniel Newman Mobility is no longer a “buzzword” or just the “hottest new shiny thing.” Today, mobility is mainstream, and it’s a business strategy that can’t be overlooked

With All This Reform, We Need to Keep Our Patients First

With All This Reform, We Need to Keep Our Patients First (0)

New Jersey article by Stephen Sweeney New Jersey ranks near the top in both hospital and health insurance costs, which is why health reform has to put the needs of the

Scalia Dies With Five Healthcare Cases On The Docket

Scalia Dies With Five Healthcare Cases On The Docket (0)

Medscape article by Shannon Firth The death of stridently conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia creates a challenge for the eight-member court he leaves behind. During the tenure of Scalia, 79,

Doctors Are Losing Money By Failing To Communicate

Doctors Are Losing Money By Failing To Communicate (0)

Medscape article by Wayne J. Guglielmo, MA Breakdown in Communication: Costly and Dangerous “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate,” the Captain, a prison warden, famously said to his stubborn

The Trust Fund for Medicare’s Hospitals Will Be Dry In 10 Years

The Trust Fund for Medicare’s Hospitals Will Be Dry In 10 Years (0)

Becker’s Hospital Review article by Ayla Ellison The Congressional Budget Office has changed its prediction as to when Medicare’s hospital trust fund will run dry. Payments made to hospitals by Medicare

Doctors Get Less Aggressive Care Before Death

Doctors Get Less Aggressive Care Before Death (0)

Reuters article by Andrew Seaman Doctors tend to get less aggressive care before death than the average person, a new study finds. The question of what kind of care doctors

If You’re Thinking About Divorce, Do It NOW

If You’re Thinking About Divorce, Do It NOW (0)

Marketwatch article by Quentin Fottrell If you’re planning to get divorced in 2016, start thinking about your exit strategy now. Divorce filings surge in January as people decide to start their

Top 10 Trends That Will Affect Healthcare in 2016

Top 10 Trends That Will Affect Healthcare in 2016 (0)

Fiscal Times article by Beth Braverman Six years after the Affordable Care Act altered health care forever, and two years after the roll out of the exchanges, the way that Americans