A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog “Do You Tweet – Or is Twitter a Passing Fad?” Well I got a few responses, but I have also talked to a number of people about what they think of Twitter.
Well, with all the buzz this week over Google’s blog about their Google Phone, I thought I might as well jump on the bandwagon too. The buzz is that Google has provided their new Google phone, Nexus One, to their Read More
This week I thought I would go a little different. I guess this is more of a leadership blog than anything else. That said; I like quotes. We use quotes in a lot of different ways and at different times. Read More
What if we were truly responsible for our healthcare? The truth is when it comes to insurance coverage and cost, we are not “individually” responsible. We get into groups and benefit from those who are healthy to reduce our insurance Read More
More and more smoking bans are being implemented in communities across the country. The debate of such bans also continues. The fact that smoke and second-hand smoke is harmful is not debatable; the freedom of who smokes, when they smoke Read More
We continue to see “Honesty” vs. “Denial” as the trend when things go wrong in healthcare. “I’m sorry”, works in building a caring relationship between the patient and provider when things don’t go according to plan. Patients want to know their Read More
What does it take to be a leader? I don’t think any of the following will surprise you, and most, if not all, might well be included in everyone’s answer, but do you really know the summation of it all? Read More
The anti-kickback law in healthcare has been around since 1972. Its main purpose is to protect patients and federal programs from fraud and abuse by stopping the influence of money on healthcare decisions. A broad set of rules, but straightforward Read More