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Catchy Slogans For Hospitals: How To Get The Best Hospital Campaign Slogans & Taglines.

07th January 2011
Hospital branding is more competitive than ever. That's because hospitals are more competitive than ever. That's why healthcare organizations are trying to utilize every advantage possible to attract more patients and more profitable patients. Among of th... Read >
Author: thomasgalvin

Jerry DePetris - Stages of Senior Care

14th April 2010
STAGES OF SENIOR CARE:Your Step-by-Step Guide to Making the Best DecisionsComprehensive Resource Book Provides The Tools Needed To Help Readers MakeInformed Senior Care Decisions For Themselves And Their Aging Parentsposted by: Jerry DePetrisNEW YORK, NY ... Read >
Author: Jerry DePetris

Block Scheduling & Healthcare Business Intelligence Key to Hospital’s Bottom Line

23rd November 2009
In an excerpt from the article, "Block Scheduling for the Bottom Line," McKesson Provider Technologies vice president of performance analytics Tina Foster details how a block scheduling strategy can be used by hospitals to minimize the challenges experien... Read >
Author: Performance Management

TJC Information Management Readiness Standards – What You Need to Know

03rd November 2009
The Joint Commission has updated and expanded its information management accreditation readiness standards for hospitals and related organizations. New readiness standards for information management and technology risk management are requiring hospitals t... Read >
Author: Katherine Janiszewski

All Business Facets Benefits From Healthcare Financial Management

18th November 2008
With inflation taking a bite out of just about everyone's budgets these days, from single people, to families, to business and government agencies alike, it has become evident that quality healthcare financial management is increasingly important. With so... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Advancement Opportunities for LVN

09th September 2008
The job of an LVN is very tough with a lot of challenges. An LVN faces the prospect of infection from bedsores, risk from dangerous diseases such as hepatitis, and dealing with a myriad of reactions of patients. Fortunately, many healthcare schools offer ... Read >
Author: Govindan
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