Women’s Health and Fitness – How to Improve It

Health is wealth, that’s what they always say. And indeed, there’s nothing more important than one’s health. With all the health and fitness advices out there, sometimes, we get confused which is which. If we’re not careful, following someone else’s advice can even lead to peril rather than fitness. So, what is special with women’s… Continue reading Women’s Health and Fitness – How to Improve It

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Occupational Health: Core Areas of Knowledge and Competence, Part 2

OHA’s can contribute by helping managers to manage sickness absence more effectively. The nurse may be involved in helping to train line managers and supervisors in how to best use the OH service, in how to refer staff, what type of information will be required, what to expect from occupational health. By developing transparent referral… Continue reading Occupational Health: Core Areas of Knowledge and Competence, Part 2

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Rebuilding the Tower of Babel – A CEO’s Perspective on Health Information Exchanges

The United States is facing the largest shortage of healthcare practitioners in our country’s history which is compounded by an ever increasing geriatric population. In 2005 there existed one geriatrician for every 5,000 US residents over 65 and only nine of the 145 medical schools trained geriatricians. By 2020 the industry is estimated to be… Continue reading Rebuilding the Tower of Babel – A CEO’s Perspective on Health Information Exchanges

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Health Care Reform – Why Are People So Worked Up?

Why are Americans so worked up about health care reform? Statements such as “don’t touch my Medicare” or “everyone should have access to state of the art health care irrespective of cost” are in my opinion uninformed and visceral responses that indicate a poor understanding of our health care system’s history, its current and future… Continue reading Health Care Reform – Why Are People So Worked Up?

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Health Care Reform – Busting The 3 Biggest Myths Of Obama Care

In the last few months we’ve seen a lot of Health Care Reform rules and regulations being introduced by the Health and Human Services Department. Every time that happens, the media gets hold of it and all kinds of articles are written in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the TV network… Continue reading Health Care Reform – Busting The 3 Biggest Myths Of Obama Care

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There Are Two Kinds of People in the US – Those Who View Health As Static and Those Who Don’t

I believe Americans need a new way of thinking about health. Look where our current perspectives on the subject have gotten us – we are last among the world’s 17 most industrialized nations in all the key indicators of health. It’s hard to believe but true: we’re last in life expectancy; we have the highest… Continue reading There Are Two Kinds of People in the US – Those Who View Health As Static and Those Who Don’t

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