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Executive Health Management

2023 21 Sep

    Winter is coming. And with it, the dreaded cold and flu season that can knock you off your feet for days or weeks. If you shudder at the thought of having to fight off yet another nasty cold this year, it's time to take proactive steps to boost your immune system's defences.   A robust immune system acts as your body's protective... Read more

IT Management

2023 20 Sep

  Mobile apps in healthcare have become increasingly popular over the past decade due to their ease of use and ability to provide quick access to information at any time and place. They are helping people all over the world to stay on top of their health — both physical and mental.    Some examples of these health apps are Fitbit for tracking... Read more

IT Management

2023 15 Sep

Many private practitioners are deploying information systems in their private medical facilities to take care of various processes such as patient on-boarding, patient record keeping, patient accounts amongst others. However, there is less effort to ensure that these information systems have the necessary controls to safeguard patients records and... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 12 Sep

  While many peptides currently available for research exhibit the potential to stimulate growth hormone secretion from the anterior pituitary gland, studies suggest Mots-c may exhibit a distinct mechanism of action. Today, our focus lies in discussing this particular peptide.   Mots-c refers to mitochondrial-derived peptides, small bioactive... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 08 Sep

  The   World Economic Forum speculates the world could be short 13 million nurses by 2030. There are various reasons for this, with exhaustion, burnout and mistreatment ranking the top three. The COVID-19 pandemic also played a role in this figure, with an estimated 115,000 deaths in the worldwide workforce of healthcare workers. To... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 30 Aug

During protein synthesis, ribosomes are considered responsible for discriminating between the two chiral forms of amino acids and preventing the integration of D-amino acids into nascent proteins by reducing the rate at which peptide bonds are formed. Even though this phenomenon has been recognised for nearly forty years, no structures that... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 30 Aug

Nursing is a challenging and difficult career and one that, while rewarding, isn’t always the most rewarded path to take. Some motivations for nursing include feeling it is a calling to help give patients something they really need - steady work, standardised pay grades, established predictable best practices and employee benefits while working a shift,... Read more

IT Management

2023 29 Aug

    Facebook has expanded beyond its original purpose in the modern, ever-changing online world. It's a platform for people to connect and share the tales of their lives. It is also a medium that facilitates the transfer of the latest news, information and knowledge, whether in healthcare, finance, politics or sports.   Adding personalised... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 24 Aug

In an era characterised by unprecedented medical advancements, healthcare stands on the cusp of transformation. As we marvel at breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments, and technology, we must also turn our attention to how we prepare the healthcare workforce of today and tomorrow. This imperative has led us to explore the untapped potential of educational... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 22 Aug

My dear readers,   Time is flying, and here we are - in the eighth month of the year. Where have the months gone?   Anyway, I am here to say something, right? And guess what, I have to say something quite interesting this month.   This year is quite special because it is my revalidation with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Every... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 21 Aug

The Context for the Health Sector Mr X is a highly-respected paediatric consultant in the UK. However, mental health issues (including being overwhelmed from pandemic backlog, and unwillingness to make decisions lower down the chain of medical hierarchy), have led him to a decision to leave the UK for a more positive, sustainable work environment.... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 02 Aug

ASCs must track KPIs daily, weekly, monthly, and annually. ASC performance must be measured to keep your business and patients healthy. Financial benchmarks can help you monitor and improve your ASC's clinical and financial performance.   However, monitoring, analysing, and comparing ambulatory surgery center metrics to industry averages is the... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 02 Aug

Conclusions of the Conference Held in Madrid on Value-Based Public Procurement   On June 6 th 2023, a conference was held on "The Public Sector Contracts Law: Does it favor value-based procurement?", organised by the Subdirectorate General for Public Procurement of the Madrid Health Service, with the collaboration of Impulsa Salud.   The rise... Read more

IT Management

2023 01 Aug

Patients have long been left out of the loop when it comes to controlling their medical information. Accordingly, Andaman7 intends to help patients regain control over their health data and enable secure interactions between patients and health actors (hospitals, doctors and public and private researchers). With its innovative patient-centric approach,... Read more

Cardiology Management

2023 22 Jul

Cardiovascular disease remains a major worldwide public health problem and despite significant advances in diagnosis and treatment, coronary artery disease represents the leading cause of death in the developed world. In some specific patient populations, such as including subjects with asymptomatic CAD, diabetes mellitus, obesity, and kidney or... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 12 May

My dear readers,   It is time again for thoughts from the island. May is particularly important to nurses as we celebrate Florence Nightingale's birthday on 12.05, International Nurses' Day.     I am very proud to belong to this community. To be part of this epic community is more than sharing professional views and skills. I cannot put... Read more

IT Management

2023 11 May

The classic model of a boss, or someone in charge, focusing on command-control, using the style of rewarding or punishing subordinates, has generated an anachronistic experience in managing human capital while building an environment of psychological security, collaboration, and innovation.   These are currently fundamental in the healthcare space.... Read more

IT Management

2023 20 Apr

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is an emerging branch of monitoring technology that may soon upend how patients receive care, similar to how telehealth altered the path of the healthcare industry forever.   Technological advancements are entering the field of healthcare at a rapid pace, with a strong emphasis on remote technologies. Other examples... Read more

IT Management

2023 06 Apr

Summary   Not only in the U.S., but also in Germany it is a fact that in the current economic situation of service providers, i.e. with the prevailing liquidity bottlenecks, the proof of the above thesis sounds tempting, i.e. a service provider participating in "data marketing".   Obtains valuable information for the treatment of its... Read more

Executive Health Management

2023 20 Mar

The COVID-19 pandemic, following the declaration by the World Health Organisation (WHO) on 11 March 2020, which elevated the health emergency to an international pandemic, and the rapid evolution of subsequent events on a national and international scale, required the adoption of immediate and effective measures to deal with this situation.  ... Read more