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Power to the Patient

There’s a growing trend in healthcare where individuals are taking more control of their health. This manifests itself in many ways. From personal health record apps for your smartphone, to popular workout regimens that promote wholesale lifestyle changes, the course is set. 410 more words


Learning from the Past – Risk Management at National Scale Using PHR


The 2014 World Development Report from the World Bank sketches how confronting risks, preparing for them, and adopting appropriate coping strategies can make a vast difference in outcomes, sometimes at an epic scale. 1,448 more words


Can Personal Health Records (PHR) help consumers?

Preparing for a flood of personal medical Big Data

Patient generated information coming from various wearable medical devices or manually imported and collected via mobile applications such as Personal Health Records (PHR) is expected to change our approach to healthcare. 898 more words

Making armylists for all factions with themes in their army

I took a look on all 4 factions and just put together a list for each of them based on a theme. Take a look at the result:

Dropzone Commander

FMLA and ADA Example Best Practice

This morning I attended a webinar held by Gordon & Rees, LLP. The focus of the webinar was FMLA and ADA, and it qualifies for 1h of PHR recertification credit. 1,366 more words

On Beginnings

Blogging on professional topics is something I’ve long advocated to students retraining or looking to demonstrate progress in their careers. It’s more than time for me to heed my own advice. 701 more words

I have a certification secret #SHRM14

If you are an HR pro in the states you’ve heard some chatter about the certification. You’ve heard good things, bad things, true things and plenty of false things. 821 more words