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Editors Note: This is the third in a series of blogs where Amy Korn Reavis, RPSGT, asks her mentors, role models, and people she admires about the field of sleep, how they got here, and what the future might hold.
Sheri Ruth, RRT, RPSGT is one of the people I had the opportunity of meeting in North Carolina. She is an amazing woman with a ...
Editors Note: This is the second in a series of blogs where Amy Korn Reavis asks her mentors, role models, and people she admires about the field of sleep. View part I here.
The next two people who answered my questions are people who I have learned a great deal from. Henry Johns is one of the original leaders in the sleep field. When I worked ...
Lawmakers averted a year-end deadline for Medicare physician payment cuts after the House reversed course Dec. 23 by supporting a two-month patch for the physician payment formula. President Obama then signed the measure blocking the 27.4 percent pay cut, setting up another showdown in the first two months of 2012 when Congress returns to ...
In the last few weeks and months, most of us followed the news of three trials or events that captured the attention of national media. Casey Anthony was tried for a first degree murder of her daughter, Caylee, but was acquitted. The trial lasted 6 weeks. At the end, the jury found Casey not guilty of murder or aggravated child abuse. The verdict ...
The ACR released the following statement:While the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, in response to American College of Radiology data, and a furious response from the imaging community, revised the multiple procedure payment reduction for interpretation of imaging from 50 percent to 25 percent, the 25 percent cut is still unfounded and ...
(Editor's note: Executive Insight welcomes Guest Blogger Michael LaMagna, Esq,to our Politics in Health Care blog. He will be posting updates on healthcare reform and related issues each week. Check back often. LaMagna is an attorney and nursing home administrator who practices healthcare regulatory, elder law/special needs and trusts and ...
(Editor's note: ADVANCE welcomes Guest Blogger Michael LaMagna, Esq,to our Politics in Health Care blog. He will be posting updates on healthcare reform and related issues each week. Check back often. LaMagna is an attorney and nursing home administrator who practices healthcare regulatory, elder law/special needs and trusts and estates law. ...
We are known to be hard working people, dedicated to our
jobs, and committed to excellence in everything we do. When things need to be
done, they get done. We may not be quick on volunteering on doing this and
that, but once asked, we cannot say no. The word no does not exist in our vocabulary. But is that good for us at a
personal level and ...
Admit it; no one likes
to be criticized. In a typical work day, I receive many comments from
supervisors, co-workers, and students that are uplifting and encouraging.
Occasionally, I receive
a negative comment criticizing something I have done or an action I have taken.
How do you handle criticism? Most of us react on an impulse
and start ...
My last blog was addressed to students entering our
profession. This one is dedicated to new teachers joining the academic field.
As a student, I experienced a typical mixture of teachers and different
teaching styles. When I became one, I learned many instructional techniques to
adopt in my classroom, and other teaching styles to avoid.