Monthly Archives: October 2012

Happy Halloween – don’t be scared to death

Today is Halloween and I have no idea what costume my son will wear when we go trick or treating tonight. He seems to change his mind daily. He desperately wanted to be Batman and my ultra-accomodating and big-hearted wife … Continue reading

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Staying focused on what’s important

I recently read an article about Herb Kelleher who was Southwest Airline’s longest serving CEO in the article he said, “I can teach you the secret of running this airline in 30 seconds.  This is it: We are the low-cost … Continue reading

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Junk food junky

New York City hospitals are banning junk food. The City has adopted the Healthy Hospital Food Initiative and 31 hospitals in New York have signed on. Mayor Bloomberg is leading the campaign and he recently said the following: “If there’s … Continue reading

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Obesity – more than a health concern

As health care providers we worry about the obesity epidemic because of the detrimental effects obesity has on a person’s health.  The US military is becoming concerned that the obesity epidemic may create national security concerns. Obesity is the most … Continue reading

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Does Maryland have it figured out?

Over the next few weeks your going to hear a lot, and I mean A LOT, of political talk as each Presidential Candidate tries to convince you why he is the best choice.  Health care will be center stage and … Continue reading

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The only reason some of you read this blog

The only reason some of you read this blog are for stories like the one I’m about to share.  Many of you only read this blog to hear stories about my son.  Here are a few to hold you over … Continue reading

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What’s Right in Health Care

I spent most of last week at a conference titled “What’s Right in Health Care”.  The conference was sponsored by the Studer Group and the featured speakers were representatives from hospitals across the United States who are working hard to … Continue reading

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