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Support Isn't A Competition.

I read a great quote online yesterday, which prompted me to write this blog today. It was one of those posters that Word Porn posts daily on my Facebook feed, and instead of scrolling down past it like I do usually, this one caught my eye. 1,440 more words

The Journey

Medical Appointments and Post-Depression -a few thoughts

For those of us who deal with various chronic illnesses, regular medical appointments become routine. For example, for 26 years now, I average spending somewhere around 10-20 days a year at the hospital (the University of Texas M.D. 319 more words

Thoughts And Perspectives

Hospitals Must Face Challenges in Revenue Cycle Management Services


Because revenue cycle management has undergone changes and adjustments with arrival of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), hospitals need to constantly adapt. They must deal with financial pressures stemming for the act to ensure that the facility’s revenue cycle continues to be efficient. 80 more words

Business

Marvellous, Electrical: This Means War

What’s it like to cook and clean for the soldiers and hospital patients of Brisbane?

How do you cope with split shifts on the city’s south side when you live in a northern suburb? 21 more words

Storytelling

Whist with the Wargrave wounded

Florence Vansittart Neale and her sister in law Edith went to visit the wounded and play cards with them.

30 September 1916

E & I off 2 o’clock to Bear Place for whist drive with Wargrave wounded. 19 more words

Life On The Home Front

Most Hospital Palliative Care Programs Are Understaffed

Most hospitals offer palliative care services that help people with serious illnesses manage their pain and other symptoms and make decisions about their treatment, while providing emotional support and assistance in navigating the health system. 417 more words

Health Industry

Book Review: Finding Hope

Finding Hope – Melanie D. Snitker – Love’s Compass #2 – Published 1 July 2015

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Synopsis

Cancer.

That one word has rocked Lexi Chandler’s life to the core. 491 more words

Fiction