Slice of Life

I feel like the health care industry does provide great employment opportunities, however being flexible is the only way to stay employed.

Internist Sue Abkowitz Crawford has practiced medicine in many remote parts of the world for much of her professional career.

Dan Bobinski

I sometimes find myself shaking my head at companies that place little emphasis on customer service training.

In the past four years, we have had multiple CMS regulation changes and the FDA is also looking at how medical equipment is serviced and reported.

Throughout the United States, billions of dollars in surplus medical equipment goes to waste every year.

Last month in part one of this two-part series about meetings, I compared meetings to food, because as food is to humans, meetings are necessary for organizations to survive and thrive. I also pointed out that in the same way that too much food makes people slow and lethargic, too many meetings can cause organizations […]

In the 1940s and 1950s, polio was at its peak in the United States. Lloyd Hanna remembers it well because, as a young man, he had a bout with the disease. And like many Americans, he might not have been able to beat it on his own. “If the March of Dimes hadn’t helped my […]

We have a policy in place that requires a service manual with all new equipment purchases to ensure that we have everything we need to be able to service the equipment properly. We make sure the manual has preventative maintenance (PM) procedures and frequencies listed so we can include them in our computerized maintenance software. […]

As we all are aware, many medical equipment manufacturers no longer exist because big companies have bought them to eliminate competition.

Dan Bobinski

Just like food, the purpose of meetings is to keep an organization healthy and growing. Therefore, it only makes sense that organizations hold the number and type of meetings needed to achieve (and sustain) their desired level of fitness and passion.

I feel like the health care industry does provide great employment opportunities, however being flexible is the only way to stay employed.

Internist Sue Abkowitz Crawford has practiced medicine in many remote parts of the world for much of her professional career.

Dan Bobinski

I sometimes find myself shaking my head at companies that place little emphasis on customer service training.

In the past four years, we have had multiple CMS regulation changes and the FDA is also looking at how medical equipment is serviced and reported.

Throughout the United States, billions of dollars in surplus medical equipment goes to waste every year.

Last month in part one of this two-part series about meetings, I compared meetings to food, because as food is to humans, meetings are necessary for organizations to survive and thrive. I also pointed out that in the same way that too much food makes people slow and lethargic, too many meetings can cause organizations […]

In the 1940s and 1950s, polio was at its peak in the United States. Lloyd Hanna remembers it well because, as a young man, he had a bout with the disease. And like many Americans, he might not have been able to beat it on his own. “If the March of Dimes hadn’t helped my […]

We have a policy in place that requires a service manual with all new equipment purchases to ensure that we have everything we need to be able to service the equipment properly. We make sure the manual has preventative maintenance (PM) procedures and frequencies listed so we can include them in our computerized maintenance software. […]

As we all are aware, many medical equipment manufacturers no longer exist because big companies have bought them to eliminate competition.

Dan Bobinski

Just like food, the purpose of meetings is to keep an organization healthy and growing. Therefore, it only makes sense that organizations hold the number and type of meetings needed to achieve (and sustain) their desired level of fitness and passion.