Articles by tag: I Don’t Care

Retaining Altruism in Healthcare is the Root of the Leadership in the Field

The charitable nature of healthcare systems are often overshadowed by their extensive operational intricacies. But Dr. Kevin Joseph’s book, “Cracking the Healthcare Leadership Code: How Purpose, Humility, and Accessibility Can Transform Your Organization,” emerges as a beacon of wisdom. It explores transformative power of compassionate and grounded leadership in healthcare, focusing on the […]

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School-Based Clinics Are Revolutionizing Healthcare on Campuses, Providing Wider Access to Health Services

Despite the growing consciousness surrounding the importance of mental health and healthcare access, just 34 percent of schools provide outreach services and mental health screenings, according to KFF. The discussion around school-based healthcare access is growing more and more crucial. But even more pressing, only a mere 17 percent of schools offered mental health […]

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The Responsibilities That Interface Professionals Navigate in Healthcare

The healthcare industry grapples with an overload of information, patient safety concerns, and an increasingly digital landscape. This fact makes professionals who can bridge the gaps between various healthcare disciplines a precious commodity. In fact, according to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a lot of healthcare organizations and workers believe that […]

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Recreating Disney’s Walk-Through-Fire Customer Loyalty in the Healthcare Sector Makes for a Sensible Approach

Businesses are quickly advancing with technology, which means customer loyalty remains a critical pillar for success. A recent study indicated that the cost of attracting a new customer is five times more than retaining an existing one. While the healthcare sector is a necessity of life, it, too, is a business that has to […]

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Selecting and Finding the Best Healthcare Physicians Requires a Roadmap That Leads to Trust and Accessibility

For an era of information, the paradox of choice reigns supreme, and the field of finding healthcare physicians is no exception. With a multitude of physicians available, patients are often lost in a maze, struggling to find the right doctor for their specific needs. The stakes are high, especially considering that approximately 50 percent […]

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Medical-Grade Cameras are Revolutionizing Healthcare and Its Utilization is Boosting the Growth of the Telemedicine Market 

Because healthcare accessibility is increasingly paramount, the role of telemedicine is becoming vital, especially in rural areas and places with specialist shortages. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this trend, but the use of telemedicine has been growing for decades as an essential component in bridging the healthcare divide. Recent research shows that the telemedicine […]

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Efficiency in Healthcare is Needed as the Aging and Chronically Ill Population is Set to Increase

As healthcare needs and costs continue to soar, efficiency in healthcare will become increasingly vital. The industry faces the daunting challenge of providing high-quality care to an aging and increasingly ailing population. By 2025, chronic diseases will affect 49 percent of Americans, and by 2030, 21 percent of Americans will be over 65. Furthermore, […]

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The Key to Increasing Profits? Integrating Diversity and Equity into Recruitments, Promotions and Retention
February 27, 2024

How can organizations truly integrate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) into their core operations to not only foster a sense of community but also enhance performance and profitability? Geoffrey M. Roche, Director of Workforce Development (North America) at Siemens Healthineers, brings a wealth of experience in leadership, education, culture, and workforce transformation, emphasizing […]

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Risk management and employee well-being
Merging Risk Management with Employee Well-Being is the Secret to Unlocking Workplace Potential
February 27, 2024

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the convergence of risk management, business insurance, and employee benefits has emerged as a critical focal point for organizations aiming to foster a resilient and thriving workforce. This intersection of risk management and employee well-being addresses not just the physical assets of a company but extends to the […]

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Draper At Home Announces Residential Sales Director
February 27, 2024

(Spiceland, Ind.) – Draper At Home has announced the appointment of a Director of Sales — Residential. Chris Sitarov will be responsible for Draper At Home Regional Residential Sales Managers throughout the United States. Sitarov joined Draper in 2019 as the Architectural Regional Sales Manager for the Mid-Atlantic states and was most recently Director of […]

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AI In School Safety
Proactively Protecting Schools with Intelligent AI
February 27, 2024

In today’s episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies, Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with Matias Klein, Founder & CEO of Kognition AI. During the conversation, they discussed leveraging artificial intelligence to enhance security in educational settings. Matias shares his journey from aspiring healthcare professional to tech entrepreneur, emphasizing the role of AI […]

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‘Speerheading’ Inclusive Opportunities and Finding Employment For Individuals With Disabilities
July 28, 2023

In a world where opportunities for individuals with disabilities often lag, Speerhead Beyond emerges as a beacon of hope. The company’s primary mission is to ensure people with disabilities and their support circles secure meaningful employment, thus enhancing their potential to live fulfilling lives. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of 2023 […]

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One Physician’s View of Why Healthcare is Upside Down
June 9, 2023

“Healthcare has become an expensive, impersonal system that is not serving the best interest of either the nation or the people it purports to heal.” – Dr. Henry Buchwald. How does one measure good and bad healthcare? A quick look at world health statistics ranks the United States at the highest in total health spending […]

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Health Systems Need “Cheerleaders,” Better Teen Outreach to Solve Healthcare Worker Shortage
March 27, 2023

Here’s a scary statistic: By 2034, we could see a shortage of a whopping 124,000 physicians in the country. Even though this eventuality is over a decade away, staff shortages in the healthcare system have been reported for years and need actionable solutions. What can the industry do to advocate for itself while it also […]

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Waco Go Red Event Raising Awareness for Heart Diseases like HCM
January 26, 2023

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a type of heart disease in which the heart muscle thickens without an obvious cause, making it harder for the heart to pump blood. HCM can result in chest pain, breathlessness, and fainting and may increase the chance of sudden cardiac death. But why is this important? With the Waco Go […]

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Expanding the Market Size of Electronic Health Records
December 29, 2022

The electronic health record market size is estimated to expand to $30.84 billion by 2030 from its current market value of $23.74 billion in 2022. This news is excellent for a healthcare industry aiming for cohesion, accuracy, security, and cost savings in patient care. The need for expansion in electronic health records is multi-fold. […]

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Rising Care Costs Drive Cloud-Based MedTech Adoption
December 7, 2022

The cost of U.S. healthcare, which is expected to rise over the next three years according to research from Willis Towers Watson, is pushing care providers to look strategic solutions that make care more efficient without sacrificing patient care outcomes. Cloud-based medtech appears to be gaining steam to help meet patient demand and insulate against […]

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The Digital Transformation In Radiology
August 13, 2021

The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine operators to spend their time tending to patients, while they handle the logistics.   On this episode of I Don’t Care, Host Kevin Stevenson talked with Dr. Moira […]

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How NCI-Designated Cancer Centers Are Transforming the Future of Care
August 6, 2021

The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine operators to spend their time tending to patients, while they handle the logistics.   Cancer treatment has evolved dramatically in the last decade. With new and innovative ways […]

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How Does the Future of DNA Testing Tie into Heart Health?
July 30, 2021

The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine operators to spend their time tending to patients, while they handle the logistics.   The genetic testing industry is booming. Consumers want to trace their lineage, but there […]

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