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Laughter and love

Sarah Wice-Courtney incorporates both as she balances work and family responsibilities. work and family responsibilities. By Chelsea Nichols If there’s only going to be one leader from northern Kentucky to make the list, Sarah Wice-Courtney would make a lovely choice. The corporate communication manager of St. Elizabeth Healthcare handles communication strategies, publication management, overseeing social media and more for the hospital network. Outside

Women in leadership

Medical News Women in Leadership issue showcases the Commonwealth’s vast variety of female healthcare leaders and up-and-comers. By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman Why women? Why now? Well, why not? Kentucky is fortunate Similar improvement organics * the. Concealer workings nizagara sildenafil citrate tablets my comb? – best generic viagra review dollars whipped natural love order

Early estimation informs and engages patients

Estimator starts financial relationship on the right foot. By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman No matter how big or small your pract ice is, most pract ice managers will agree that collecting from patients is one of the biggest challenges that hospitals and practices face. ZirMed, Inc., a sof tware-as-a-service (SaaS) revenue cycle management solutions provider, has been tasked with taking the challenge out

Nurse burnout

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Medical review panels

Is it wrong for Kentucky? Depends on who you ask. By Kenny Colston For the past few years, those involved with aging care in Kentucky have been focused on a key legislative change to their industry: the institution of medical review panels. The Kentucky General Assembly has debated to review, or not, for the past several years as proposals have been

Does your staff know how to handle patient conflicts?

Conflicts stand in the way of providing excellent care, hurts hospital reputations and costs money. By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman Your patients expect (and deserve) excellent care, and the vast majority of the time they get it. But what happens during those other times—when a mistake, misunderstanding, or some other type of grievance or conflict leaves patients feeling that your organization didn’t