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How 5 health systems are recruiting, retaining nurses during an RN shortage:

Hospitals and health systems are using a myriad of recruitment and retention techniques as they brace for a nursing shortage — from bonuses and tuition reimbursement to career development opportunities and partnerships with educational institutions. 341 more words

Infusion Nursing

For hospitals and retail pharmacies, there has never been a more critical time for collaboration.

Teaming for value-based reimbursement: Benefits of health system and retail pharmacy collaboration

“Better medication management and better adherence will result in better performance on healthcare quality and cost metrics.” 879 more words


BUSINESS, SCIENCE and TECH.: Indy tech firm hc1.com wants to become Amazon of health care

By Kris Turner

JANUARY 15, 2016 – An Indianapolis technology firm has set its sights on becoming the Amazon of health care services.

A cloud-based company that started in 2011, hc1.com, aims to be the ultimate solution for personalizing health care. 1,028 more words


HARVARD Health LETTER: Retail health clinics. The pros and cons.

 Heidi Godman, Executive Editor, Harvard Health Letter   

 January 15, 2016, 9:00 am – We moms tend to worry about our kids a fair amount, and think up ways to help them, even when they’re older. 771 more words


Observations From A Hospital Bed 8

I am suddenly awake “Help me, help me.” a woman is screaming.

“Take it off, take it off”

“You are a wicked, wicked person”

“I’m telling . 777 more words

Creative Writing

Telemedicine: The "next big thing" in healthcare?

By Terry Bauer, Healthcare Management Consultant, CEO and Entrepreneur

JULY 2015 – However you picture the future of healthcare in America, it’s clear that telemedicine will be a part of it. 620 more words