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Top 10 Healthcare Stories From The First Half Of 2014

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare News

Aug 4, 2014

Top Healthcare Stories 2014
2014 First Half Wrap-Up: Exploring the 10 of the most significant healthcare stories that have hit the news in the first half of the year. Rarely is there a dull moment in the world of healthcare. From court rulings to disease outbreaks, there is always something happening in the field. The first half of 2014 has been no different - we’ve s...

3 CPR Myths We Learned From Hollywood

Posted by Adam Rapp | Medical Education

Jul 28, 2014

CPR on TV
Common misconceptions thanks to inaccurate procedures portrayed by medical TV shows. When it comes to performing CPR on a victim in dire need of help, hearing the words “Don’t worry, I saw this on TV,” isn’t exactly reassuring. Aside from the fact that watching paid actors simulate a scripted CPR scene on camera does virtually nothing...

World Cup of Health

Posted by Adam Rapp | Medical Education

Jun 30, 2014

World Cup of Health
What would the 2014 World Cup Bracket look like if the results were based on each country’s health? Let’s find out! In honor of the ongoing 2014 FIFA World Cup currently underway in Brazil, we wanted to put a bit of a health spin on the soccer (fútbol?) tournament that captivates the world every four years. For the past few years, national ...

The Funnel of Electronic Health Records Benefits

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare Technology

Jun 23, 2014

EHR Benefits
A thorough look into the advantages of electronic health records – an essential step towards transformed healthcare. It is now 2014 and technology has firmly planted its foot in the healthcare industry, springing a variety of opinions in regards to the degree of influence we should allow it to have. There are still a handful of old-fashio...

25 Facebook Pages EMS Professionals Should Follow

Posted by Adam Rapp | Healthcare Social Media

Jun 16, 2014

Top EMS Facebook Pages
It takes a special type of person to work in the field of emergency medical services (EMS). When these individuals make the decision to dedicate their time and efforts to EMS, they are entering a career full of difficult situations where they are often the sole factor between life and death. They are entering a culture of limited free time an...