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How Science Deals with Death by a Thousand Cuts

Scientific progress is only possible when someone is funding it, we are in a state of rapid progression precisely because someone is always at work on something. Science funding has become simultaneously easier to find and harder to secure as time has passed. When funding dries up, several things occur (sometimes at once). Lack of

Financing Options Available For Hospitals

Procuring financing for hospitals is not as easy as many think because a hospital is basically listed as a not-for-profit organization. It is not allowed to issue stock and debt financing stands out as the only real option available in most cases, all through tax-exempt bonds. There are also some for-profit hospitals, of course. They

Security Professionals Must Be Better at Protecting Health Care Industry

On Monday May 15, roughly a fifth of all health care facilities in the U.K. suffered a massive ransomware attack, which forced doctors and nurses to administer care without the technology many have come to rely on. In some cases, patients have turned away as facilities scrambled to regain control of their devices. As yet, it

Calming Conversations: Top Tips for Talking to Emotionally Upset Patients Effectively

  Communicating with people whose emotions have become uncontrollable is hard work, yet it is a situation which medical staffers encounter all the time. We have come a long way from the caricature heartlessness of former years, but it is still easy for a hard-pressed professional, who is probably tired and may be emotional themselves,

Tips for Selecting the Right Detox Facility

A Florida alcohol detox could very well be the key to ending your addiction once and for all. However, choosing the detox facility you will attend can be much easier said than done. This is because there are an enormous amount of detox facilities out there. They all claim to be the best at what

How Hospitals can Increase Referral Revenues

It is a well understood fact that most healthcare systems are functioning in silos as they evolved that way over the past few decades. However, with modern technology it should not have to continue going down that track, particularly where it tends to reduce efficiencies, raise costs and yield poorer patient care outcomes. According to