Category: Hospitals

What the CEO Knows!!!

Note: The first half of this blog was delivered on Tuesday, August 14. While half a blog is not necessarily better than none . . .  we wanted you to get the whole thing. The entire blog appears below. Sorry for the computer glitch. Check this out. What...

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What the CEO Knows!!!

Check this out. What you will see is an invitation to attend a seminar conducted by a former hospital CEO. What will you learn? Everything you need in order to double your sales next year, that’s what! Ponder the topics listed and the fact that the seminar only lasts...

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What Does A “Hospital” Do?

Check out this Forbes article. What you will see is the revelation that hospitals, major hospitals, are losing money. The situation is bad now, and likely to get worse. Why? Simple. Years ago, hospitals were places where people went to die. The costs of maintaining...

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An Increasingly Crazy World

By the time you read this, you will all know who this is. Stephen Paddock, the man who this past Sunday night shot scores of people to death, and wounded hundreds of others, from the window of his hotel room in Las Vegas. A tragedy of epic proportions. Unfortunately,...

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“Balance Billing”

A new Texas law that took effect on September 1 requires freestanding ER’s to inform patients, in advance, if care that will be provided to them will involve out-of-network physicians and thus the potential for surprise bills for balances beyond usual copays. Interesting....

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Active Shooter Preparation for Hospitals???

Yup. Think about it. Hospitals are at special risk for violence. Patients who believe they or loved ones were harmed by the hospital can come seeking revenge. Due to the hubbub of people constantly coming and going, security constitutes a real challenge at most hospitals....

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What Hospitals Waste

Ever work in a hospital? A big hospital? I have, so this article from our old buddies at ProPublica really doesn’t surprise me all that much. It describes the practice of hospitals throwing away millions of dollars of perfectly good medical equipment for “safety...

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