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Crisis Management 101 In The Healthcare Space: Is Your Organization Prepared?

Clean, orderly, and efficient — these are just a few of the words that probably come to mind when you think of the healthcare setting. But what happens when things go awry and a crisis hits your hospital, medical office, or other healthcare organization?  From security breaches to natural disasters, managing a crisis is a…

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Samantha Gassel, CareContent

Electronic Health Records: What Works And What Doesn’t

Which medication was my patient prescribed last week? Does she have a history of high blood pressure? Are his immunizations up-to-date? If you are a physician, you probably find yourself asking these questions every day. Generally, this information is readily available with electronic health records (EHRs). However, it’s not always quite so simple. EHRs provide…

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Ros Lederman, CareContent

4 Healthcare Websites That Don’t Exist Yet … But Really Should

Digital marketing in healthcare is all about thinking outside the box. In fact, sometimes that box—or website—doesn’t even exist yet. Instead, all that exists is a blank space, waiting for its niche to be filled. From helping hypochondriacs to assisting aspiring doctors, here are 4 healthcare websites that don’t exist yet … but really should….

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Samantha Gassel, CareContent

Pump It Up: 7 Ways To Get Millennial Employees Moving

Disclaimer: This story was written by a Millennial. If it seems like your office has been taken over by Millennial employees, you’re not going crazy. Projections put Millennials (those born between 1981 and 1997) as a dominating presence, making up over half of the American workforce by 2020. You’ve probably heard the grumblings about them:…

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Jennifer Martin, CareContent

When You Have An Abnormal Mammogram: Grand New Adventures In Fear

It wasn’t exactly a surprise when they said I had an abnormal mammogram. I am, as they say, no spring chicken, and generally, the older women get, the higher their risk for breast cancer. But I admit there was still a part of me shouting, “I’m too YOUNG! I’m barely out of college! This is…

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