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Healthcare Showdown: Canada

America’s friendly hat attracts the world’s attention when it comes to Healthcare. Americans debate about its effectiveness when compared to their own system and I think a healthy portion of its appeal is in the fact it is so easy to argue about.

Medicare ‘Eh?

The Canadian system, unofficially named Medicare, is quite

2020-06-30T06:16:03+00:00June 30th, 2020|

Healthcare Showdown: Taiwan

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Here in the states, a debate rages across party lines to determine how we as a country will move forward with our healthcare system. As of now, the United States population is about 91% covered, whether it be public insurance (35%) or private/ employer subsidized (56%). Here, private insurance dominates the market and

2020-06-13T03:17:11+00:00June 9th, 2020|

Healthcare Showdown: France

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The World Health Organization released a Healthcare Performance document in 2000 detailing a methodology by which to compare Healthcare Quality across 191 different countries using similar metrics to give a comprehensive outline of which countries healthcare was the most efficient, highest quality, and least uncertain for patients.

According to the WHO,

2020-06-13T03:15:13+00:00June 9th, 2020|

Losing Faith in Government

Losing Faith in Government?

I had the fortune to view the live presentation today of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on CNN (3/29/20).

Being a political junkie, I was humbled by the EXCELLENCE of the hour long status report of the virus.

Cuomo was able to provide extensive detail of the situation at hand, what he and NY

2020-03-30T21:50:51+00:00March 30th, 2020|

No More-ona Virus Please

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It’s January, the weather is cool, and the New Year is here, your mind focused on what’s in store for the next 12 months. “How will I be different?” “Am I getting that raise I’ve been asking for?” “Maybe I should get in better shape, I mean, spring break is just around the corner

2020-05-30T23:11:40+00:00March 30th, 2020|

PROTOCOL – An Ancient Relic?

Protocol.

What is it?

The best way to explain it is to provide a wonderful example.

In the late 1930s, FDR called General George C. Marshall, his Chief of Staff, into the White House. As I remember, FDR started the conversation with “George…”, an informal tact. Marshall cut off the president correcting him, “Mr. President, it’s ‘General.'”

There’s a

2020-03-18T17:49:42+00:00March 18th, 2020|