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How to Keep WiFi Hackers Away from Home

by: Nina Sullano | July 19, 2018 | Business ,Security
Though there isn’t really an infallible way to keep hackers from infiltrating your network, we are still capable of setting up cyber-security basics that can discourage hackers from trying. In this article we’re going to go through Lifehacker’s tips in securing your wireless router. At best, these steps will not only protect your router, but…
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Billing Difficulties in the US Health System

by: Rey Palmares | July 17, 2018 | Blog ,Business
Laws concerning healthcare are always a controversial topic. The legislature has ideally tailored these laws to the benefit of all parties involved, but they are not without their share of flaws. While some of these flaws are minor and may be addressed by smaller roleplayers taking charge, there have been some difficulties that practitioners have…
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Continuity Care: Stop Changing Doctors

by: Rey Palmares | July 11, 2018 | Blog ,Healthcare
A common trend for patients in healthcare practice is changing doctors when they are not happy with results or are not confident in their skills. This misconception has been going on for the longest time but new research today confirms that doctors were right all along.A recent study published in the British Medical Journal reveals…
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The Dilemma of Family Doctors in Family Medicine

by: Rey Palmares | June 27, 2018 | Business ,Healthcare
Physician training lends much to developing a steely resolve amidst life-and-death scenarios. In the face of their patients’ panic, physicians must be calm, in control, and decisive. However, keeping such a stoic image intact can prove to be more challenging when dealing with a family member. Ideally and ethically, they shouldn’t have to. Since 1803,…
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Women Physicians and the Role of Social Media

by: Rey Palmares | June 17, 2018 | Blog ,Business ,Healthcare
An article by the New England Journal of Medicine published a study on the role that Social Media plays in having advanced women empowerment in the field of medicine. As technology advances, there are increasingly more ways to get visibility for and access to research. For the first time since social customs opened healthcare practice…
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Impacts of the Nursing Shortage in Europe Post-Brexit

by: Rey Palmares | June 6, 2018 | Blog ,Company ,Healthcare
When the United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union on 29 March 2017, multiple sectors were affected. That of the medical practice suffered no less. As of April 2018, only 46 nurses came to work in the United Kingdom, crashing by 96% in less than a year after the historic departure. Despite some justifications that…
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Nursing as a PreMed Course

by: Ernesse Marie Berlin | May 18, 2018 | Business ,Healthcare
To become a doctor in the Philippines is not an easy decision one makes within the day. It takes years of understanding that by going through the process; you are possibly giving up another ten years of your life to an educational system that is brutal to the mind, body and sometimes to the heart.…
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Google’s Medical Data App

by: Rey Palmares | April 26, 2018 | Healthcare ,Security
April 9, 2018 - Google announced a partnership with the American Medical Association. This partnership aims to develop a new program that would allow for easier storage and access to medical data. Although not much else has yet been divulged, what we do know is a competition for startups would be set up. In a…
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Amendments to the ACA’s Insurance Policy Section this April

by: Rey Palmares | April 13, 2018 | Healthcare ,Security
Amendments to the Affordable Care Act were rolled out just this week as promised last 28 February 2018. Since the new tax law in December eliminated the state requirement that everyone should be covered, the latest in a series of changes are considered by many to be a push and pull between opposition lawmakers. However,…
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Overworked and Underpaid: The Reality of a Filipino Nurse

by: Ernesse Marie Berlin | March 28, 2018 | Healthcare
In 2016, former President Benigno Aquino III vetoed a proposed bill that could have potentially raised the monthly minimum wages of nurses from $153.82 to $480.58. House Bill Nos. 6411 and 2720 titled “An Act Providing for a Comprehensive Nursing Law towards Quality Health Care System, and Appropriating Funds Therefor" met an untimely end when…