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Physicians are being forced to make hard choices, and one of these sacrifices often comes at the expense of the patient story. And when you lose that story.
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"We can make a difference. Together"

That's it. And we believe eHealth nationally can be done ‪#‎bettertogether‬. So join us this Feb 11, Wednesday webinar, 4pm Manila time for an AeHIN Hour on "How to Achieve National eHealth Goals through Partnerships" with Peter Benjamin of HealthEnabled.

Based in South Africa, HealthEnabled facilitates development of national integrated digital health systems in low- and middle-income countries. Working with a range of stakeholders to align national policies, sustainable programs, and user needs, our speaker Peter Benjamin will help you understand how to achieve national eHealth (including mHealth) goals through effective partnerships, alliance building and raising the bar of eHealth projects.

Register at bitly.com/aehinhour
Password is africa123
This is open to a hundred and more slots! 
How to Achieve National eHealth Goals through Partnerships
Wed, February 11, 3:00 AM
Cisco WebEx Meeting Center 100

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A huge problem in our society that contributes to the divide between the haves and have-nots:
"In 2009, according to the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, dental issues caused about 936,000 emergency-room visits and almost 13,000 inpatient hospital stays. Many of these patients had low incomes and dental coverage that restricted care to emergencies or wasn’t accepted by accessible dentists."
If you have a mouthful of teeth shaped by a childhood in poverty, don’t go knocking on the door of American privilege
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“Elderly patients, when they come to surgery, often are not afraid of dying. They want to know if they’ll return to the same functional level — mental as well as physical — as before surgery,” Sieber says. “That’s what their real worries are.”
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Congress passed a resolution in 2010 declaring the first-ever National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) Week, ending Oct. 4, and National Previvor Day, Sept. 28.
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Iphone App

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Super Felix's Rocket Adventures is an ultimate game. You can see screenshots & check out it on the iTunes store. Download the game & enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, & iPod.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/super-felix-rocket-adventures/id841737884?mt=8
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My latest post, focused on the mess that is power morcellation. Time for "Morcellator, begone!" IMO.
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Another brick in my wall of outcry for real patient engagement in healthcare. 
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Res ipsa loquitur. 
Your patient engagement efforts probably suck. Here's why, and what has to happen to change that paradigm: let patients help.
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Dealing with "difficult" patients - advice from an expert PATIENT. Who was, full disclosure, herself labeled difficult during radiation treatment for cancer. 
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Mighty Casey

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Res ipsa loquitur. Image credit: +Hugo Campos 
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Theodore Hoppe

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"Somewhere between 15 and more than 50 percent of older patients develop such severe confusion after major surgery – and although it is a common problem, care for delirium is spotty at best."
Delirium after surgery is fairly common among elderly patients. Here are a few tips to help avoid it.
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"THE LOST CLOTH"

COSTUME BALL

A Glimpse of the 1st Anuual

...::::::::NURSES GOT TALENT and HEALTHCARE'S GOT TALENT:::::::::::....


We will PICK nine women and a man who will be transformed into models for the night.

WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY GUY???

The ten transformation models will receive a complete makeover!

They will then be outfitted in a specially made dress and invited to walk down the catwalk.


“Expect the unexpected, you never know what you’re going to see.”

7PM - 9PM ~ OPEN
9PM ~ RED CARPET



CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY WITH US!
3 ROOMS
MAIN LEVEL ~ TOP 40/HIPHOP
2ND LEVEL ~ EDM
PATIO/BACKSTAGE ~ BANDS

Check out
#NursesGotTalent 2014
#healthcaresgottalent 2014
on Eventbrite!

Date: Sat, Nov 8

Location: 333 Live, 333 S Boylston St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nurses-got-talent-2014-tickets-12645008561?aff=eandmyevshre&ref=eandmyevshre
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Objective CPR instruction with student performance verification. Using Google Glass to take subjectivity out of CPR certification.
Save-a-Life, a CPR education tool utilizing Google Glass
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Lots of #epatient  discussion today on +Kathi Browne's Healthcare Talk Hangout. 
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