“Whether your employee is driving a truck cross-country or working in your ICU, there is almost always a protection that allows employers to enforce policies to protect those that they’re serving,” … “That applies no matter what the cannabis laws are in your state. You’re dealing with employees that are directly impacting the health and
“Five years ago, the phrase “right to try” wasn’t yet an inkling in the minds of its staunchest advocates. Today, the pithy shorthand for the campaign to get dying patients access to experimental treatments has been slapped on bumper stickers, emblazoned on T-shirts, and uttered by some of the most powerful figures in Washington… But
http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?™ My name is Jonathan Metsch and I would like to share my Career Capstone Project with you. http://www.mountsinai.org/profiles/jonathan-m-metsch I taught full time in the Baruch MBA in Health Care Administration program from 1972 to 1975, then was a health care administrator for over thirty years, finishing for seventeen
Thanx! for clicking on to Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?™ Here’s how to take a test ride: On the top of this home page click on the category TRANSFORMATION And you will find six posts on Health Care Disruption which together comprise an ongoing case study. Similarly if you click on ObamaCare/ TrumpCare you
“William Osler, often called the father of modern medicine, famously advised his students: “Just listen to your patient; he is telling you the diagnosis.” A century later, clinicians and health system leaders started tuning out the patient’s voice, turning instead to electronic health records and the latest care protocols to manage their most complicated and
Over fifteen years ago a general surgeon at one of our community hospitals left the OR to operate at a competing hospital, and told a nurse to close the incision. He claimed OR nurses could train and be certified as “closers”. Problem was the nurse hadn’t been certified and did not have hospital privileges for
So like me, you pay into Medicare for 40+ years, only to find once enrolled that an increasing number of physicians have “opted out” of Medicare. And more and more often Medicare beneficiaries are finding that their long time physicians don’t accept Medicare and either have to switch doctors or pay their trusted doctors out-of-pocket.