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The Potential of Smart Contracts in Healthcare

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Imagine a world where doctors are paid instantly after procedures and office visits, or where a patient could get preapproved for an MRI in minutes instead of days or weeks. Immediate access to medical records is vital in emergency situations, and it can happen through the use of smart contracts and the blockchain.

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Healthcare Organizations Reward and Foster the Wellbeing of Employees for Dedication During Covid and Beyond

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Employee wellbeing is the key to excellent patient care, financial stability, and progress within health care organizations. Read this article for tips and examples of how to positively impact your employee’s wellbeing.

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Limitations and Pitfalls of Telemedicine

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The landscape of telemedicine is vast. New companies sprout often, and the structure varies widely. The following comments are based on the author’s decade of providing startup advice to new companies and delivering consults on various telemedicine platforms for companies spread across the country.

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National Doctor’s Day

While National Doctor’s Day is an important day to recognize the contributions doctors make to individuals and to society, it also has a deeper meaning. National Doctor’s Day is ultimately a celebration of the knowledgeable expertise and compassionate attitude that drives doctors who have dedicated their lives to helping others.

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Health Care Human Resources Week

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Healthcare Human Resources Week offers HR professionals an chance to exhibit their resourcefulness and integral services provided to healthcare facilities. This week translates to an opportunity to emphasize how the job they perform supports their entire facility – not just recruitment and compliance functions.

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How to Respond to Patients Who Decline Recommended Treatment

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As a Hospice nurse, one of the most common questions that I get is, “How do you deal with people who refuse treatments that can cure them?” Ethically, we know that patients have rights to make their own choices, but we end up in a dilemma when it goes against our instincts. Our fears kick in and we scramble to find a way to convince or even force our patients to do what we see as the “right” thing. But is our “right” their “wrong?”

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Tips to Improve Well-Being for Healthcare Providers During the Pandemic

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The ongoing pandemic has taken quite a toll beyond just physically. Mental exhaustion, burnout, and fatigue are only a few of the problems facing those working on the frontlines in the healthcare field. Here are 6 wellbeing tips to help remedy the problems faced by all those in the field.

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When Personal Ethics and Work Assignments Conflict

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At some point in your career, you may reach an impasse where your personal ethics and work assignments are not in alignment. Take it from us, it can be difficult to navigate the best decision in this case. You want to keep your job, and your integrity as well.

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Planning for Employment After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Planning for Employment After The COVID-19 Pandemic

Many initially assumed that the healthcare field would be unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and many were wrong. Navigating the job market post-coronavirus may seem distant, but it is important to stay sharp and vigilant on your career path.

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Emerging Medical Technologies That Will Improve Healthcare

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Emerging and advancing medical technologies reached new heights in 2020 and show no signs of stopping marching into 2021. The COVID crisis has led to many innovations and advancements, and it seems this trend isn’t over yet.

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