Recall Procedures: Does Your System Keep Patients Safe?
Hospital Administration
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Hospital Administration
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Recall Procedures: Does Your System Keep Patients Safe?

Larry Alton - January 18, 2020

  Medical product recalls happen on a regular basis – for hospital systems, this is just a fact of life. What varies between institutions, though, is how…

Sourcing Strategies: Choosing Suppliers For Your Dental Practice
Business
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Business
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Sourcing Strategies: Choosing Suppliers For Your Dental Practice

Larry Alton - January 12, 2020

  If you’re a dentist or even an administrator for a dental practice, one of your most important tasks is sourcing supplies. Sourcing dental equipment isn’t just…

How Wearable Tech Insights Are Improving Healthcare
Mobile Health
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Mobile Health
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How Wearable Tech Insights Are Improving Healthcare

Larry Alton - November 22, 2019

  Wearable tech has come a long way from the days of pedometers. Consumers now have an array of smart tools to boost quality of life, detect…

Is The Family Practice Shortage A Management Problem?
Health care
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Health care
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Is The Family Practice Shortage A Management Problem?

Larry Alton - November 14, 2019

  Family practice should be the heart of medical care, but in recent years the field has found itself in crisis. Rather than providing the bulk of…

How Dental Trends Can Help Differentiate Your Practice
Business
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Business
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How Dental Trends Can Help Differentiate Your Practice

Larry Alton - August 1, 2019

  Dentistry holds a unique place in the healthcare industry for several reasons. First, dentistry is often framed as “not medicine.” Health insurance plans typically don’t cover…

4 Healthcare Problems You Should Not Find in a Nursing Home
Health care
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Health care
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4 Healthcare Problems You Should Not Find in a Nursing Home

Larry Alton - April 26, 2019

  Nursing homes are supposed to provide sensitive and thorough care to residents, yet often fail to meet even the most basic standards. Why is this? And…

Autism On Tape: Using Video To End Dx Delays, Boost Service Access
eHealth
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eHealth
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Autism On Tape: Using Video To End Dx Delays, Boost Service Access

Larry Alton - March 5, 2019

  As diagnostic tools improve, the CDC estimates that about 1 in 59 children has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but don’t listen to the hype about…

Specialties
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Practice Trends Update: More Women Pursue Breast Implant Removal

Larry Alton - January 29, 2019

  Breast implants are a costly, elective surgery, and many women experience a boost in confidence after undergoing this plastic surgery – but for others, the outcome…

4 Strategic Approaches To Reducing Hospital Errors
Hospital Administration
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Hospital Administration
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4 Strategic Approaches To Reducing Hospital Errors

Larry Alton - January 24, 2019

  Hospitals should be one of the safest places a person could possibly be, yet each year hundreds of thousands of patients are injured, experience hospital-acquired infections,…

Think Patients Are Bad At Communicating? Rethink Your Systems
Hospital Administration
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Hospital Administration
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Think Patients Are Bad At Communicating? Rethink Your Systems

Larry Alton - January 17, 2019

  It’s a common complaint among medical professionals and administrators: patients are bad at communicating. But what if the problem with healthcare communication doesn’t rest on patients,…