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Sigh of Relief As Nurse Sentenced to Probation

RaDonda Vaught, the former Tennessee nurse convicted of two felonies related to a drug error, was sentenced to three years probation on May 13,...

What’s in it for me? Encouraging patient ownership of PHI Data

Do patients really understand the true value associated with ownership and management of their healthcare data? It would appear not and this matters as a new raft of solutions hit the market

Reflecting on the Native Americans’ Vaccination Success

With ethnic minorities still lagging in vaccinations in the US, examples, and lessons from Native Americans efforts to vaccinate their communities should be learned from

The Mindset of Purpose-Based Businesses

In the shadow of the great resignation, leaders are now waking up to the long-standing reality that talented people serve as “paid volunteers,” and...