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  • Healthcare In Spain  By : tony roberts
    If you decide to emigrate and start a new life in a foreign country, ask yourself would you be able to cope without the NHS and its freely available medical services. We tell of our experiences with the health service in Spain
  • Medicaid Falls Short for Nursing Homes  By : Clay Cotton
    Long term care facilities say that the money which Medicaid provides for patient care simply isn't enough to cover costs.
  • The Healthcare Crisis: Be Part of the Solution  By : Margo Corbett
    Lead Your Way to Better Healthcare; Help Doctors Help You by Margo Corbett, empowers patients & caregivers to take control of his, her or a loved ones healthcare resulting in better care, medical error prevention, saved money & cut in healthcare costs. Used as designed, the Partner With Your Doctor System described in the book creates a win-win for everyone - individuals, employers, medical professionals, insurance companies, and the government.
  • Boston Hospitals Provide Specialized Care  By : Bowe Packer
    When looking at Boston Hospitals know what services they provide. Get better care when you choose the right hospital.
  • Prevent Medical Errors: Find Hidden Clues in Your Medical Tests & Procedures  By : Margo Corbett
    Margo tells the story of how ignored medical test results almost cost her husband his life. She relates the lessons learned and the changes they have made in the way they now manage this aspect of their healthcare. She clearly outlines how to find and use the hidden clues in medical tests and procedures.
  • The Benefit of Bi-lingual staff in the medical industry  By : Fiona S Dutton
    The growth of the European Union has meant that travel between many European countries is very easy. Migration into the United Kingdom has increased greatly, and with this the need for people who speak these languages has grown greatly. Specific industries, such as the medical industry, have also meant that there is a greater need for specialist translation services.
  • Uncovering your hospitals strengths  By : Kelly Robbins
    We've all been hearing about the importance of branding your organization. We all agree that it's important and should be done. You need to be different from your competitors. However, saying you need to have a brand, or identity, and having a brand are two very different things.
  • Health Savings Accounts Put You in Control of Your Healthcare  By : Wiley Long
    Proponents of a "single-payer" healthcare system are ignoring what is going on in Canada and England. As more Americans discover health savings accounts, the result will be lower costs, greater choice, and higher quality medical care.
  • Top Ten Reasons to Outsource Medical Transcription  By : Editor
    What is Outsourcing?

    Subcontracting. Support. Managed services. However you define it, outsourcing has become the hot, creative solution that is helping more and more hospital CFOs, Health Information Managers (HIMs), and owners of physician practices do more with less. Less money. Less time. Less resources.

    In these challenging times of tight budgets, compressed deadlines, exploding amounts of information, and stringent compliance regulations.
  • Pharma Meetings  By : Mandy Chagger
    Pharma meetings, which date back as a practice to the beginnings of the modern health care industry, have become the subject of controversy in recent times. Not-for-profit organizations, consumer groups, regulators, and some members of the medical fraternity, as well, question the lavish hospitality that seems to be on offer at events with little technical content or information value.
  • Creating value for patients  By : Kelly Robbins
    Adding value is not one of those management buzz words we use loosely but don’t really understand. To your patients, adding value can simply mean doing more than you promise to do. The idea behind adding value is that the customer gains a perceived benefit without having to pay for it — or pay very little, compared with its value to the customer.
  • Ethical Pharmaceutical Meetings  By : Mandy Chagger
    The choice of venue is a primary decision required to be taken when all pharmaceutical meetings are first proposed. Luxury resorts and even entertainment complexes with facilities for gambling may offer tempting financial deals for off-season and off-peak hour events, but it is inappropriate to choose them for pharmaceutical meetings.
  • Dermatologist Shortage?  By : Danna Schneider
    The explosion in skin care technology has resulted in a related increase in demand for skin care professionals - AKA dermatologists, and there are currently not enough dermatologists in some major metropolitan areas to fulfill these demands. Just ask the many on long wait lists just to get an appointment for routine dermatological checkups.
  • RFID Solutions For Healthcare Industry  By : Zhen Dong
    Hospitals and Health Care facilities are more concerned these days about having the ability to accurately track their patients. Whether its dispensing medication or identifying the individual for procedures or pulling up a history of treatment on a patient; RFID technology is a way to manage the information much more efficiently.
  • Take Back The Reigns. Take Responsibility For Your Own Well Being  By : Elisabeth Mcgill
    “Some Of The Oldest Cultures In The World Only Pay Their Doctors When Their Patients Stay Or Get Healthy…In Our Country, Doctors Would Go Broke In A Hurry….” It is up to each of us, to take responsibility for our own well being and it is not that difficult to do if you are willing to copy and paste.
  • Do your patients understand you?  By : Kelly Robbins
    Let's take a look at how much energy you put into making sure your patients understand what you are telling them. Are they truly understanding your diagnosis and all of the options available to them? What do you as a practitioner do to ensure your patients comprehension?
  • 10 cheap ways to create awareness for your healthcare facility  By : Kelly Robbins
    Finding cheap ways to build awareness for your healthcare facility is tough. Here are 10 things you can do that create a positive image in your community and don’t cost an arm and a leg.
  • Health Care – Who Really Cares?  By : Simon Evans
    What's the real difference between the health care industry and the sickness industry? Is it really in the interest of our current system to improve health?
  • Find Urgent Medical Care in Nassau County, New York and Get Treatment when You Need It  By : Chris Robertson
    Urgent care is available anytime for you and your family in Nassau County. Knowing this will help to put your mind at ease when there is an illness or injury.
  • Case Study: Implementing Charge Capture and Optimizing Cash Flow  By : James Casey
    Are you considering implementing a charge capture solution in your medical practice? This case study demonstrates that if done properly, your practice can save time, money, accelerate cash flow and increase your top line revenue.
  • Alcohol Rehab Program Evaluation  By : Edward Wilson
    Can't decide on a treatment program? Confused by the hype? Here's what to ask!
  • Heathcare Differences Between the USA and Germany  By : Steven Cancel
    Descriptive compairson of 2 world powers heathcare systems.
  • Obama, Clinton Spotlight Long Term Care Insurance Industry  By : Clay Cotton
    In April 2007, Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton requested that our Government Accountability Office examine the long term care insurance industry's track-record for claims, premium increases and those increases' relation to LTCi policy lapses. Will they find some dirt under the rug?
  • Scrubs Nursing: How to Go for Only the Best Deals  By : Phoebe Tiangson
    Scrubs nursing actually refers to nursing scrubs. Scrubs nursing means the different types of equipment used in the medical institutions. This article aims at providing a one-window stop for any person wishing to find anything about scrubs nursing. Significantly, even the web does not have a proper answer to the queries pertaining to scrubs nursing.
  • A Mother with Iron Will  By : André Lee
    Life is not always a bed of roses. Quite often, and expectedly, it’s paved with many ups and downs and torn by tragic moments that call for courage, patience and an iron will and an unflinching support from members of the society, particularly when survival is at stake.
  • How The Medicare Doughnut Hole Is Making American Seniors Sick  By : Jeremy Cockerill
    Explains the dangers of the gap in coverage in Medicare Drug Plans, known as the doughnut hole. This article also brings to light just how serious some of the health consequences of the Medicare doughnut hole can be for American seniors.
  • Uninsured Americans Raise Medicare Expenditures  By : Mark Ramirez
    A new study shows that Americans who were not insured before the age of 65 and gained access to Medicare cost the system exponentially more money than those who were previously insured with prior health insurance.
  • New Survey Finds Meds Students Lack Trust in Big Pharma  By : Joshua Daly
    A recent study done by Epocrates has found that like many others, med students have very little faith in the good will of big pharma. The survey took the pulse of 1000 soon to be doctors on several prevalent issues in the healthcare industry today.
  • Medical Equipment Acquisition and Leasing  By : Kent Harlan
    Is leasing the best way to acquire medical equipment? The purpose of this article is to give you some guidelines to help you make that decision. This article assumes that you have performed due diligence and know that the overall cost of obtaining equipment will bring in sufficient income to offset your investment
  • Sicko and Bill Clinton on Health and Wellness Trends  By : Alvaro Fernandez
    Given the current debate around Michael Moore's Sicko, we want to share in this article some of the insights and advice on Health and Wellness trends that Bill Clinton gave recently at the Healthetc event sponsored by California Pacific Medical Center and KCBS.
  • Comparing Long Term Care Insurance Policies and Insurers  By : Jennifer Girdler
    When comparing long term care insurance policies and insures, the most important factors to consider are the type of policy offered and the company stability.
  • Writing a Nursing Resume - What You Need to Know  By : Grant Eckert
    Whether you're still in school or you're finally done and want to get a job, you want to start thinking about your nursing resume. This will be a document that showcases your skills and expertise thus far and will help you get into the best hospitals and nursing positions. If you have aspirations to further your nursing degree and enter a management position, you may want to start building a resume that is going to help you in the future.
  • The Nursing Shortage in America Today  By : Grant Eckert
    By some experts' estimates, there will be a shortage of nearly 350,000 nurses (RNs) by the year 2020. And while this is significantly lower than earlier estimates, this is still not good news. The nursing shortage in the United States is coming right at the time when baby boomers are aging and the extension of the national average life span. Who is going to care for these people when they become older or have health problems? That's the biggest concern for health care professionals today.
  • Steps to Get Your First Nursing Position  By : Grant Eckert
    You want to make sure that you get the right job when you first leave nursing school. Using the skills that you have learned, you want to be able to make a difference in a patient's life and truly help others. But just like any other job, you need to prove to people that you are the one that is best qualified to handle the challenge. Here are some steps you need to take in order to get your first nursing position.
  • Ideas to Help You Get a Nursing Scholarship  By : Grant Eckert
    If you're interested in becoming a nurse, you've most likely looked at nursing schools and the cost associated with attending them. Although you know you would be getting a rewarding degree, the fact remains that you are still going to have to pay for the educational costs. To do this, you might want to consider looking into a nursing scholarship to cover your costs. This may help keep you from having to take out many for loans.
  • What are the Provincial Plan’s coverage when traveling outside of Canada?  By : Ronald Chan
    Out of the budget medical emergencies can be extremely overwhelming and can be so burdensome. Especially when you are out on a trip with your family and friends, or on that important business trip only to find out that your Provincial Health Insurance will not cover your medical expenses; such a nightmare!
  • Compassion and Health Care  By : Diane Hess
    I suddenly found myself in the care giver role caring for two elderly relatives. This was a world I would soon discover, I knew nothing about. My area of expertise has always been with children as I was a teacher for many years.
  • Doctors Suggest Cutting Their Own Pay To Save Healthcare  By : Pat Carpenter
    In the midst of an exploding national healthcare crisis, there's much talk about slashing drug prices and cutting health insurance company profits. While these are valid debates, many physicians are actually offering an equally controversial solution: cut their pay.
  • Your Guide To Medi Cal and Medi Cal Related Issues  By : Terry Parker
    Article discusses the topic of Medi Cal, the rules, regulations, and general information about the topic.
  • If You Live In California You Should Look Carefully At Your Health Insurance?  By : Donald Saunders
    Believe it or not where you live can have an effect upon your ability to get health insurance in certain circumstances and one state in particular leads the way when it comes to protecting its residents.
  • Inexpensive Health Insurance Quotes - Super Ideas For Finding Oregon Health Insurance  By : Joe Stewart
    Inexpensive health insurance isn't always easy to find. Also, you don't always get the best deals by...
  • Dollars Don’t Make Health  By : Dr. Randy Wysong
    The medical community has developed expensive band-aids that do nothing but cover the problem and not solve the underlying causes. Doctors have long known that most disease comes through improper lifestyle choices but because of financial pressures issue prescriptions instead of life-saving advice. Americans now spend over $1.5 trillion annually on medical care. There is no end in sight to rising costs. From the medical community’s standpoint, why should there be? If you have a cash cow you milk
  • Overseas Medical Treatment (Medical Tourism): Consider the Options  By : Garrick Berger
    "Medical Tourism" - the concept of seeking medical treatment overseas, is becoming increasingly popular, due to insanely rising health costs. It may be just the right option for you.
  • Is Your Alternative Therapy Practice Struggling For Clients?  By : Graham Rowan
    How complementary therapists and alternative medicine practitioners can take action now to start winning new clients.
  • Medical and Home Health Care Industry - Call Center and Answering Services  By : Nicholas Koutrakos
    Call4Health is a leading home and medical health care provider with health and safety call centers for various medical establishments and home care. Apart from health call centers, you can also find information on the Internet and with the messaging services.
  • Nursing Is A Women's Profession In Need Of Liberation!!  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    The World Is Not A stressful Place. But Our Thoughts About The World Are Stressful.
  • Why Modern Medicine is the Greatest Threat to Health  By : Dr. Randy Wysong
    It is assumed that America has the most advanced and beneficial health care system in the world. In actual fact, the greatest single risk to life is medical intervention. Adverse drug reactions and medical errors in hospitals and doctors offices kills more than 500,000 people each year. Although this data comes right out of the medical literature, it is a reality nobody wants to face.
  • How to Stay Positive - Three Tips for Caregivers  By : Elaine K. Sanchez
    Article includes three tips on how caregivers can stay positive while careing for a loved one. The tips include: Develop an Attitude of Creative Indifference, Learn Something New, and Savor Happy Memories. The article contains excerpts from the book, Letters from Madelyn, Chronicles of a Caregiver.
  • Guidelines For Choosing The Right Medical Practice EMR Software  By : R Lorenzen
    As with any major purchase we make, we should do our homework on the product and its vendors before deciding on the best one. Medical practice management software and EMR software are no exception.
  • Putting 'Hope' Back into Healthcare  By : Dr Mary Zennett
    The U.S. healthcare system is in crisis, with public confidence at an all time low. This article reveals reasons for dwindling public confidence in our current healthcare system and offers solutions.
  • How To Avoid Illness During Your Hospital Stay  By : John Myre
    While estimates vary, every year tens of thousands of people die or are harmed in hospitals due to preventable incidents. And while incorrect surgeries make the headlines, infections and drug interactions cause most problems. Here are some safety tips.
  • The Four Faces of Chiropractic  By : Zach Thompson
    Chiropractic is a holistic approach to medicine. It is based on using manipulation as a means of treating musculoskeletal dysfunction of the spine and extremities.
  • Rape Victim Has Message For All Nurses and Doctors  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    Do We Listen To Our Patients--Really Listen? The Answer Is: Probably Not.
  • No More French Health Cover For The Expats?  By : Nick Dowlatshahi
    Here we examine the changes that have been made to the French Health system and how they affect the foreign population in France
  • Looking For Nursing Care Facilities In Your Area  By : MIKE SELVON
    The allegations of less than adequate care and neglect in some of these nursing care facilities can make it hard to place a loved one in a "home."
  • The In's & Out's of True Dental Management  By : Alex Miller
    This article mainly discusses the broad terms of dental management.
  • The Extreme Need For National Health Care  By : Roland Jefferson III
    The need for a national health care program is one of the most urgent dilemmas this country faces today.
  • Why Canadian Health Care Is So Good  By : Roland Jefferson III
    Canada has many similarities to many other former members of the British Empire, and in particular the mother country. Its capital Ottawa even feels like an English town.
  • The Scandal of Medical Training  By : Dr. David Breslow
    Who trains our doctors? How are they trained? Is anybody making money out of it? How did modern medicine happen? Find out..
  • 60 Minutes Report: 2/16/03  By : Dale Johnson
    This article from 60 Minutes is about how our healthcare system seems to be more concerned with revenue and less concerned about the people they are treating,
  • Paying for Health Care  By : David Jones
    The cost of health care in the United States is expensive and is escalating. A majority of Americans cannot afford the cost of medicines, physicians' fees, or hospitalization without some form of health insurance.
  • 2000 Children Die Every Year In The U.S. From Home Injuries  By : Brad Hodges
    Most injuries in the home can be prevented but the majority of people do not know the least bit about taking the necessary precautions.
  • Understanding How Hospitals Buy Medical Technology  By : Alec Alpert
    The article explains the buying processes hospitals use to acquire new medical equipment. Medical technology marketing professionals will find the article educational and practical.
  • Drug Delivery System  By : Jenny Henin
    About drug delivery systems and how it can develop drugs in a more efficient and safe way.

    Drug delivery refers to the delivery of a pharmaceutical substance to human beings or animals. Modes of delivery include oral, nasal and rectal. However, administration of drugs through these modes may lead to terrible conditions.
  • Medical Referral Services  By : Jenny Henin
    What are medical referral services and how can it help you when searching for a doctor around your area

    Medical referral services help to find a local physician. With the help of medical referral services, patients can register for community medical events, listen to health expert speakers, and learn about a variety of other health and medical services.
  • Medical Diagnosis and Emergency Medical Services  By : Jenny Henin
    Definitions of Medical diagnosis, EMS and Air ambulance services

    Medical diagnosis has two different medical dictionary definitions. The first is “the detection of a disease or condition by its external symptoms or signs”. The second is “the analysis of the primary biochemical or physiological cause of a disease or condition”.
  • As Diabetes Costs Rise, Nutrition Education Can Help Companies and Employees  By : Karen Marschel
    This article describes the increasing costs of diabetes to employers, employees with diabetes, and ultimately everyone. Nutrition is critical to controlling and preventing diabetes and can ultimately help lower the cost burden to employers and improve quality of life for people with diabetes.
  • Thoughts on the future of Health Information and Patient records  By :
    Over the last decade, the evolution towards the electronic patient record shows that, over time, documentation habits change either through regulations and standards or through user/client preferences.
  • The California Association of Alcohol and Drug Educators  By : samul
    At SouthCoast Recovery, we have over 100 years combined in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Our staff members are all members of CAADE. Staying current on new studies in drug and alcohol treatment is as important to your career as networking with other professionals in the field. Recovery professionals need support from others in the industry who understand the stress that often accompanies our field. Building a support network in the educational realm of the recovery community can help improve the quality of counseling from a personal and professional perspective.
  • How to Choose a Highly Trained Doctor and Feel Safe About Your Surgery Abroad  By : Jay Siva
    Here are specific criterias you need to follow when choosing a highly trained doctor to perform your out of country surgeries. Feel secure and confident with your choice before going under the knife.
  • Simple Steps That Employers Should Practice to Increase their Value of the Health Care System  By : Nammy Mike
    The article gives information about health care.
  • Planning Your Hospital Stay  By : Sibyl Day
    Being in the hospital can be very stressful. It is difficult to know what questions to ask, when to ask them, what information to record, and what follow-up information is needed. Keep track of information about the hospital admission, such as which doctor is in charge of care, test results and scheduled tests. Patients must know what restrictions they will have once they return home. Getting necessary information can help speed your recovery.
  • Home Health Care Providers and Identification Cards  By : Arthor Penz
    During my last visit to the hospital with my mother, each and every nurse and attendant showed me their picture identification card. Many went further by saying that anyone that is attempting to administer medicine or any kind of medical treatment must be wearing similar identification.
  • The Trend in Medical Tourism for Expats  By : Mary Jo
    The growing trend of Indians, Malaysians, and Asians returning to their home countries for medical procedures and treatments is growing. This trend also incorporates Latino, Thai, and European émigré's. Of course, competitive rates, state-of-the-art facilities, and highly qualified professionals are responsible for more Expats than ever before returning to their homelands for medical treatments and procedures.
  • The Health Care Industry  By : Nammy Mike
    The article describes general information about health care
  • Revenue Cycle Turnaround, Can You Go It Alone?  By : Jim Yarsinsky
    It happens. Sometimes hospital receivables go awry, at times a lot awry! But how do receivables become out of kilter, and what is the best approach in fixing your organization's receivable turnover rate?
  • How Innovation Can Help Hospitals to Improve Their Revenue Cycle  By : Oscar Gonzalez
    If you have ever received treatment at a hospital in the US you have probably been exposed to some of the admin complexity that this entails. Such are the innefficiencies in the administration processes that according to the American Hospital Association sixty percent of hospitals lose money providing patient care.
  • Article on Electronic Health Record  By : penn
    An Electronic Health Record (EHR) refers to an individual patient's medical record in digital format. Electronic health record systems co-ordinate the storage and retrieval of individual records with the aid of computers.
  • A Big Win for Proponents of Electronic Medical Records  By : Michael.Young
    It’s believed EMRs improve physician and overall hospital efficiency, reduce costs, and promote standardization of care. It is also suspected that they reduce medical errors and ultimately increase the quality of care. Researchers from Harvard have just released a study that may be the first real proof that electronic medical records have an advantage over traditional paper systems.
  • Finding an Allergy Doctor in Utah  By : Raily Arena
    If you or a member of your family is suffering from allergies, an allergy doctor can be one of the most important persons to have in your life. If you live in Utah, here are some tips for finding the best allergy doctors in your locality
  • Electronic Medical Records for (HIPAA) compliance  By : Robert Thomson
    The reason behind scanning in medical records from paper-based documents is to improve health care. For one, eliminating paper medical records has the capability to better ensure patient privacy.
  • Drug and Alcohol Detox At Clearview Los Angeles  By : SRPS
    Medically facilitated detoxification services are available through our Primary Residential/Inpatient Program.
  • How Everyone Must Ask Your Physician Medical Questions  By : Sherri Carver
    When you want to ask medical questions, don't be shy! Long gone are the times when your family physician would visit you at home at any time of the day or night to assist to your illness. Today, if you're two minutes late for a scheduled appointment, you might not be seen that day! Doctors seem to h
  • New Technology Boosts Odds of Repairing Damaged Eyes; Happy Ending for Napa Man  By : Dr.MALONEY
    New technology now gives hope of fully corrected vision to people whose eyesight was unintentionally damaged by eye surgeons inexperienced in laser eye surgery when it was introduced several years ago.
  • National Health Care  By : Kentaro Konika
    Often referred to as universal health care, national health care is a system of health care provided and run by a country's government. The system grants free health care access to every citizen of the country.
  • Are there Rehab Centers in Utah for Cocaine and Meth Addictions?  By : Janet Wilkerson
    Cocaine and Meth are two of the most powerful and dangerous drugs you can purposely introduce to your body. They are both also very addictive and many times the addiction starts from the very first time you use them. Equal opportunity drugs that can kill you from the first time; both equally ravishing on the body, cocaine and meth are two drugs that are hard to break an addiction from.
  • Understanding the Florida Medicaid System  By : Robert Thomson
    In January of 2005, Florida Governor Jeb Bush proposed a Medicaid reform plan that he promised would empower patients, offer more than a "one size fits all" service and establish controllable, predictable spending for the state's $14 billion health system. The program had not been the subject of any noteworthy reform since its birth some 30 years earlier.
  • The Major Differences Between Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine  By : Stephen Lau
    The major difference between Chinese medicine and Western medicine is that the former focuses on herbal cures, while the latter uses chemical drugs to treat the symptoms of an illness. Chinese medicine is "heal-all" and Western medicine is "cure-all." The best medical system is to use the best of both Chinese and Western medicine to complement each other to keep you younger and healthier for longer.
  • Why accreditation is Important to You  By : Mary Jo
    Accreditation is considered a standard through which a healthcare facility or service is shown to offer quality and healthcare that meet minimum standards and guidelines offered by various domestic and international quality boards.
  • Insuring the Qualifications of International Medical Facilities  By : Mary Jo
    Ensuring the quality, education, and expertise of any healthcare provider prior to receiving healthcare services, treatments or procedures is essential. This is especially true of individuals considering international travel to a variety of popular medical destinations around the world.
  • Medicare - What's It All About?  By : Shane Flait
    Medicare is a government regulated healthcare program for those 65 and older. We'll all be on it, so it's important to understand how it works. In this article I summarize the different parts and coverages that come under the Medicare program.
  • Electronic Medical Records - The Pros and Cons  By : Katt Mollar
    In this digital age, more and more bulks of information which used to be paper-based, from library catalogues to telephone books, are digitized and stored in a central location for easy access. The idea of EMRs itself started about 40 years ago. However, there is surprisingly a strong resistance against the use of EMRs. Let us take a look at what the proponents and opponents of EMR have to say.
  • BPM in Healthcare  By : Punit Jain
    BPM is much more than a mere fad for the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical industry. To the organizations prepared to adopt it whole-heartedly, it brings tangible and measurable benefits; thereby ensuring companies can set off on a high growth path. BPM goes beyond mere automation of processes and can provide robust platform for gains across all categories of Healthcare processes, be it Clinical, Operation, Financial, Administrative or Human Resource.
  • How to Design a New American Healthcare System - 3 Simple Proposals  By : Peter Yellowlees
    This article defines 3 proposals for developing a new American healthcare system. They comprise a public-private partnership, with details of both public and private components, and consist of the best elements of the health systems currently in place in America, Australia and Britain.
  • A Road Map To Affordable Medical Insurance  By : Tom Carolan
    If you are looking for affordable medical insurance plans, a little knowledge can save you a great deal of money. There are things that you can do which will put you in a better position to get the best healthcare rates possible. By making some changes, you will qualify for lower medical insurance premiums. This is your road map to affordable medical insurance:
  • Swine Flu - 6 Natural Ways To Help Yourself  By : AnnA Rushton
    Although both Obama and Gordon Brown assure us they are well prepared to deal with an outbreak of Swine Flu, I am always happier to take proactive action myself and there are some simple and natural measures we can all take.
  • Solving the Problem of Hospital Data Quality  By : Oscar Gonzalez
    The issue of capturing and maintaining the consistency and validity of patients' personal and financial information is quickly becoming a major headache for hospital administrators. For Healthcare providers in the US and Europe keeping a consistent view of the patient is a critical aspect of the entire hospital revenue cycle.
  • Complete Medical Billing - Don't Get Left Behind  By : Jennifer Marshall
    Because of the wide range of medical billing software, office staff in the health care profession are enabled to meet the needs of the business side to medicine. So, what more could a health care facility need? Keeping current in your medical billing software should be one of your top priorities.
  • The Truth About Our Health Care System  By : Charles Goldie
    This article reveals the truth about our health care system and what is going on with our insurance companies.
  • The Top 3 Benefits Of Medical Tourism  By : Sarah James
    Before getting into the benefits of medical tourism, let’s see what it is all about. Effective healthcare is the most important aspect to be considered in everyone’s life. Though the healthcare technologies are greatly developed worldwide, some of the sophisticated modern medical equipments are not available in all the parts of the Globe.

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