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Healthcare & Volatility

Working At Scale

General Practice / Primary Care has been around for a long time in the UK (since 1911).  It is currently going through a massive transition due to funding cuts by the government, the pressures of having to deal with today’s needy patients and the increased work load being transferred from Secondary Care to Primary Care. 1,547 more words


Tired AF

I have lung disease of a COPD/asthma type variety, and am generally medically interesting. I’m a Never Did Smoke patient, which people seem to have trouble braining. 338 more words

Medical Crap

Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2017

The weekend is finally here and potters all around Australia and getting ready to open their studio doors wide open!

Stephanie and I would love to see you at 53 Jackson St, Clayfield and we’ll be offering some demonstrations, sharing our finished works and we’ve set up some space for you to get your hands into some clay (please note firing and postage costs apply). 31 more words

Australian Ceramics

MassHealth Dives into Accountable Care

IN A WILDLY uncertain national health care environment, something new, audacious, and risky is happening in MassHealth, the Medicaid program that provides health coverage to 1.9 million people who are poor, elderly, and persons with disabilities in Massachusetts. 1,795 more words

Health Policy

Quadbot Inverse Kinematics

Following from the previous post, the Inverse Kinematics (IK) have been calculated, just in time for the test rig hardware, which is arriving this week. 245 more words


Letters to Trump - Continue Focus on Value-Based Payment

Two Letters to Trump from Healthcare Leaders – Continue Focus on Value-Based Payment

By Robert James Cimasi MHA CMP™

Health Capital Consultants, Inc


In December 2016 and January 2017, over 100 leading healthcare organizations sent two letters to President Donald Trump and Vice President Michael Pence lobbying the Trump Administration to continue the shift in healthcare reimbursement from… 296 more words

Health Insurance

Hospitals Worry Repeal Of Obamacare Would Jeopardize Innovations In Care

Much has been written about the 20 million people who gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, and what could happen to these patients if the ACA is repealed without a replacement. 555 more words

The Health Law