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  • Don't Make These Investment Mishaps

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Friday, June 14, 2019

    There are effectively three ways to maximize your investment returns, according to David Swensen, chief investment officer for Yale's endowment since the mid-1980s. In his book, Pioneering Portfolio Management, he offers the following considerations: 1) time the market, 2) pick the best stocks and 3) establish an optimal asset allocation that best meets your long-term financial objectives.

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  • Holistic Healthcare: Mental Health and Physical Healing

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

    How can healthcare providers help provide a patient experience that goes beyond healing physical symptoms? As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, we want to share the following story from a patient, whose experience with her healthcare practitioner allowed her to find relief both physically and mentally.

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  • How You Can Practice Self-Care in Healthcare

    posted by Mike Whitmer on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

    When you work in healthcare, taking care of others is your first priority. You care about helping people, tending to put in long hours, in addition to having extra responsibilities outside of work. Self-care tends to fall to the bottom of the list.

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  • Surveillance and HIPAA - what you should know

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Tuesday, February 26, 2019

    Surveillance cameras are showing up everywhere. For a healthcare practice, surveillance cameras offer both patients and staff safety. Keep in mind, however, there can be HIPAA concerns.

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  • Romance is in the air and hibernating creatures are emerging to find love.

    posted by Kathy Everitt on Monday, February 18, 2019

    Romance is in the air and those hibernating creatures are emerging to find love. In your practice where do you draw the line when it comes to romantic or sexual relationships with patients or a family member of a patient?

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