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- How to Get More Influence. Maxfield, David // Healthcare Executive;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p62
The article presents suggestions for healthcare executives in influencing healthcare staffs towards implementing changes in the organization. It mentions that leadership in the healthcare organizations are driven by influence strategies which are dominated by personal motivation and ability....
- Feds try to shut down gift-giving in medical field. Snyder, Alison // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/14/2007, Vol. 54 Issue 65, p5A
The article reports on two bills which require pharmaceutical and medical device companies to report gifts to health care professionals with prescribing authority in the U.S. Gifts valued at $25 and the names of the receiver should be reported and made available to the public. Marjorie Powell,...
- Syrians' alternative to a health care system: "field hospitals". Alahdab, Fares; Omar, Mustafa Haj; Alsakka, Saeed; Al-Moujahed, Ahmad; Atassi, Bassel // Avicenna Journal of Medicine;Jul2014, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p51
The article focuses on the importance of field hospitals as an alternative to a health care system in Syria. It cites the role played by the Syrian revolution in the establishment of makeshift underground medical facilities that are built to withstand heavy weaponry attacks. Information is also...
- Prevalence of Hepatitis B Serologic Markers in Community Hospital Personnel. McLean, Arlene A.; Monahan, George R.; Finkelstein, Dianne M. // American Journal of Public Health;Aug1987, Vol. 77 Issue 8, p998
Abstract: The seroprevalence of hepatitis; B markers among predominantly high-risk staff members and personnel of 31 community hospital located throughout the United States was 8.4 per Â¢ (>/= 5 per Â¢ in 25 hospitals and > 10 per Â¢ in 13 hospitals), Only two hospitals had seroprevalence...
- Attracting Physicians to Your Underserved Communities. Thornhill, Larry W. // Healthcare Executive;May/Jun2000, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p54
Gives advice on the recruitment of medical staff for urban and rural organizations. Assessment of the need; Standards of care in urban facilities; Establishment of a level of professional comfort for candidates in rural healthcare organizations.
- Comparing hospital resources. Rees, L.T. // British Medical Journal;8/19/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6136, p582
Compares the distribution of hospital resources among health areas in Wales. Connections between poor patient throughput and low levels of medical staff; Factors affecting productivity of resources distribution; Profiles of geriatrics and otorhinolaryngology.
- UC-Davis banning free sampes from pharma. // Medical Ethics Advisor;Feb2007, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p21
The article reports on the decision of Sacramento, California-based University of California-Davis Health System to approve policies aimed at reducing pharmaceutical company's influence on physicians and other health care staff. The system will ban employees from accepting free drug samples,...
- Medical Staff in Need of Change. Purtell, Dennis J. // Physician Executive;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p64
Explores the history and future of medical staff leadership in hospitals. Three centers of authority emerging from the historical development of hospitals from charities to medical centers; Medical staff regulation; Minor medical staff organizational changes; Revolutionary approach to medical...
- Medical staffing and training in the West Midlands region. Parkhouse, J.; Bennet, D.; Ross, J. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/4/1987, Vol. 294 Issue 6576, p914
Focuses on the medical staffing and training in West Midlands region in Great Britain. Need to gather information about hospital medical staffing levels and difficulties; Estimation of manpower needs; Details on consultant expansion and junior career structures.