Archive For The “Health Care Industry” Category

Industry News of the Week – 12 Feb 2014

By | February 12, 2014

Grab a cup of coffee (the good stuff, not the institutional brew many employers inflict upon us) and relax in your office chair, because it’s time for another exciting installment of “Industry News of the Week.”

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Health Quality & Statistics – Industry News of the Week

By | January 20, 2014

Here’s what’s new and exciting in the wide, wooly world of health care quality and statistics, for 20 January 2014 …

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Quality & Statistics Industry News of the Week, 1/13/14

By | January 13, 2014

Here’s what’s new and exciting in the wide, wooly world of health care quality and statistics …

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Care Ethics in the Workplace: A Critique

By | May 6, 2012

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Care ethics emphasizes the preservation of relationships — often between caregiver and care receiver, but more generally among the participants to a dispute — as a presumptive good, outranking duty or consequence as a value proposition.

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Assessing the Accuracy and Productivity of Patient Access Personnel

By | June 26, 2011

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Traditional methods of assessing the quality and productivity of hospital registration staff don’t work well, but a new model can lead to substantial improvement opportunity.

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Close Encounters of the End-of-Life Ethical Kind

By | June 12, 2011

Take the time to get your end-of-life affairs in order so that when tragedy strikes, your passing can be dignified. Don’t bequeath an emotional, financial and legal mess to your loved ones.

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