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Preparing Your Staff for the EMR

28th September 2009
In today's world, more and more healthcare facilities are embracing the integration of EMR in their system. Other than it is an efficient way to handle patient's medical records and income generating the electronic medical records is also a way to deliver... Read >
Author: healthtec

Youth Living For God

11th September 2009
It is the most fulfilling thing to do as a young person. Not only will it keep you from a lot of trouble but it will also mould you in life. You will be able to avoid the mistakes other youths have been making. All you have to do is give your life to Go... Read >
Author: angela mwema

Finding Neurosurgeon Jobs

10th August 2009
Finding neurosurgeon jobs can be an easy task, as long as you know where to look. Actually, there are many different places you can start searching for neurosurgeon jobs . This article will cover the most common places to search for these specific jobs. I... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Understanding General Surgery Employment

03rd August 2009
General surgery is one of the broader fields of surgery, though it in fact is mostly confined to procedures in the abdominal region, as well as skin conditions and a variety of other commonplace surgeries, such as hernias. Other branches of surgery focus ... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Get STNA education to become a State Trained Nurse Assistant

05th June 2009
To pursue your career as a nurse, you should probably start with STNA education. The training introduces you to basic nursing duties and you will know about taking care of patients during your training. Without proper education, you can't become a profess... Read >
Author: Roy J walker

Weighing the pros and cons of ready mixed concrete

04th June 2009
The ready mix concrete is one of the best types of raw material for building a house. The consumption power of the ready mix concrete is amazing and hence it has gained a huge reputation in the field of building material. The ready mix is used for buildin... Read >
Author: nate

Rewards of Being a Nurse

25th March 2009
With today's rough financial status, we are indeed in for a challenging time. As we try to raise ourselves from these troubles we are yet confronted with another. How do we obtain a college degree that would aid us hold a dependable occupation and assist ... Read >
Author: Alberto Maeses

Dogs And Their Different Behavior

20th January 2009
As the old adage goes, "Dogs are man's best friend." However, there are times when people just can't understand why their beloved dogs behave in a different manner. Hence, it is extremely important to know the underlying reasons why dogs sometimes behave ... Read >
Author: John Samson

MRSA Symptoms: A Look at Lung Infections

31st December 2008
MRSA or methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus infections are becoming a common problem in many different settings today. The two most common types of MRSA infections involve a individual's skin or lungs. With that noted, MRSA infections can also occ... Read >
Author: Jacqui Q

Understaffing Causes Medical Negligence

17th December 2008
Medical negligence in the hospital setting is often because nurses are charged with giving care to far too many patients. Many medical facilities are routinely understaffed, often due to budgetary constraints. Another problem hospitals are dealing with is... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Hospital Acquired Conditions and Your Health System’s Bottom Line

21st August 2008
The current Medicare payment system is considered to be "prospective," in that the amount paid to a hospital for a patient is fixed in advance and depends only on the diagnoses and major procedures reported at discharge. In reality, payments under this sy... Read >
Author: Scott Hodson

What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?

07th April 2008
When you visit a doctor, you expect a highly trained expert to listen to your symptoms, investigate further if needed through examination and make an accurate diagnosis. Unfortunately, this situation can go wrong. Medical malpractice is defined as any neg... Read >
Author: martinvnostrand

Is The Simmons ComforPedic Mattress A Serious Contender For The Tempur-Pedic Mattress?

02nd April 2008
Time was when buying a Tempur-Pedic mattress meant buying the best memory foam mattress but now other leading manufacturers are producing mattresses that they claim are better. The Simmons ComforPedic mattress collection is one such contender that's tryin... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Managing Project Timelines

15th July 2006
Managing Project Timelines By Samuel Lartey, Project Manager Project Management is not only about building roads, schools and hospitals as traditionally conceived, it is about managing resources, to achieve a specific objective on time, within budge... Read >
Author: Samuel Lartey

The Importance Of Colors Used In Creating Websites

27th January 2006
Colors are very important in the creation of websites. They give a non verbal message to those who visit the websites, perhaps one that speaks more loudly than the verbal one that is given there. Some years ago, it was discovered that colors thems... Read >
Author: Codrut Turcanu
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