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My Story of Perseverance

Here is my story, and how I persevered through these hard times in my life to make me the person I am today. I hope you guys can all take something out of this. 456 more words

What Doctors Must Know About Stark Law

Given the myriad of federal and state rules and regulations governing the provision of health services, Physicians need to be aware that each business opportunity that deals with the provision of DHS services to Medicare or Medicaid, be it a lease, a new company, or an employment position in a Hospital could lead to potential legal exposure if due care and diligence is not taken. 560 more words

CMS

A Maiden By Her Surname…Needs A Court Order

Regardless of advancements in US society, many states cling to past ideologies and eras long gone by refusing to eliminate obsolete and archaic policies, especially policies concerning women. 2,098 more words

Alabama

Carry it all? It is called a Go Kit for a reason. #NatlPrep

It’s still National Preparedness month and it’s the start of week-3 focusing in on practicing and building out your plans.

GO kit sounds great, but if you have a hard time moving your go kit(s), then it’s likely a no kit. 37 more words

Gov. McAuliffe announces Thomas Nelson Community College’s designation as a National Center of Excellence in Cyber Defense Education

RICHMOND – Governor McAuliffe announced Thursday, Sept. 14, that the United States National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have officially designated Thomas Nelson Community College as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Two-Year Education (CAE2Y). 634 more words

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Ear's What's Up Vol. 2: The Great Movie Ride Reflection

Yesterday marked one month since the closure of The Great Movie Ride at what is (currently at least) Disney’s Hollywood Studios. For any who know me, they are aware that this attraction meant a lot to me. 484 more words

Walt Disney World

Data Offers Insight Into Costs, Stay Length and Demographics of Care for Older Oregonians

Assisted living and residential care costs over $44,000 per year, on average, according to figures that will be discussed Friday at a round-table review of recent studies from across the state. 47 more words

The Lund Report