Audiologists and SLP’s Celebrated in May
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, and in honor of the more than 160,000 professionals who practice Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, let’s take a look at the employment outlook for the profession.
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National Nurses Week
Selfless in nature and driven by the fulfillment and gratification that comes from making a difference in people's lives, National Nurses Week celebrates this incredible group of men and women.  Join us in honoring and thanking nurses during National Nurses Week, May 6th through 12th.  
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Current Trends in Nursing 2015
With National Nurses Week just around the corner, held this year on May 6 – May 12, 2015, let’s take a look at a few of the latest trends impacting the nursing profession. 
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Celebrating OT Month
Beginning April 1st, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is promoting a month-long celebration of the “Healthcare Heroes” that help tens of thousands of patients improve or regain physical and cognitive capabilities. 
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Cyber Security is a Major Concern for Health IT
When the average consumer considers the term cyber security they initially think about identity theft or credit card fraud.  Rarely would someone equate data breaches to the healthcare world.  
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mHealth and the Future of Healthcare
As the United States’ fixation on their mobile devices has continued to grow, new ways to use them has exploded beyond checking emails and social media to include banking, healthcare and more.
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California Outbreak Renews Vaccine Debate
The happiest place on earth has become the center of the latest news cycle as more than 60 confirmed cases of Measles has spread from California to four other states and into Mexico.
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Health Care 2015 – What Lies Ahead
Once the results from the November election cycle were known, pundits around the nation began to speculate about what it all meant for the Affordable Care Act.
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Health Care News 2014: A Brief Year In Review
As 2014 winds to a close, it is time to reflect on some of the healthcare-related topics that have consumed the news headlines this past year.
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