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Coping And Successfully Managing Work Overload

It is not a secret that long working hours are required for employees to not only succeed in their current positions but also long term advancement in their careers. 333 more words


Does Your Hospital's Insurance Policy Cover Ebola?

Two privately owned insurance brokers have teamed up with Lloyd’s of London underwriter Ark Syndicate to sell hospitals a product that insures against any loss of profit from… 52 more words


More info on my brother

Hi all!

Yes, this is another update on my brother Tom. I have quite a few family members abroad who are keeping track of events through this post.   242 more words


Ohio Says All Hospitals Conducted Ebola Drills

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Department of Health says all hospitals in the state have completed Ebola preparedness drills.

The health department says the response drills have included training in how to manage a suspected Ebola-positive patient and the proper use of personal protective equipment. 104 more words


Frank James Mares, MD, Leading Physician of the World

Frank James Mares, MD, maintains a position within Eye Associates of New Mexico located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dr. Mares, at the center, offers a wide variety of services including laser surgery; retina and glaucoma care, and eye lid treatments; to name a few. 68 more words

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How ready is New York City for Ebola?

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com.

By Alexandra Sifferlin, TIME

Doctors Without Borders physician Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for Ebola on Thursday, Oct. 701 more words


Hospitals Threaten to Fire Workers for Using the Word ‘Ebola’

Hospital workers told to refer to suspected Ebola cases as various “viral illnesses” instead.

Image Credits: Jacob Windham / Flickr

Kansas City, Mo., hospital workers are being threatened with termination if they do not refer to suspected Ebola cases as “viral illnesses” instead of Ebola. 218 more words