An Arrest is Not a Solution

An Arrest is Not a Solution

The role of law enforcement – and it may be ironic saying this – is not enforcement. We can arrest everybody. But what sense does it do? It puts them into a system without the needed help. So if we can get them treatment first and divert them, we see a dramatic change in some […]

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Avoiding Cost Surprises | Health Insurance Made Clear

Avoiding Cost Surprises | Health Insurance Made Clear

♪ Welcome, we’re glad you chose UnitedHealthcare. When you know how, managing your benefits and getting the care you need can be as easy as a walk in the park. We’ll learn about two things that can help you avoid cost surprises: Understanding how to use your UnitedHealthcare network and when you need referrals. ♪ […]

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Healthcare Basics: Simulation and Data

Healthcare Basics: Simulation and Data

In this final Healthcare Basics video, we’re going to cover running a simulation and getting data from your simulation model. We actually run the simulation using the simulation control bar. Reset refreshes the model, and must be done before each new simulation run. When you press the Run button, your model springs to life and […]

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The Keys to Private HEALTHCARE in SINGAPORE – VisualPolitik EN

The Keys to Private HEALTHCARE in SINGAPORE – VisualPolitik EN

A political threat looms over much of the world. Developed countries as well as many emerging countries, as in China’s case, are beginning to see the effects that demographic aging and many public services’ unsustainability can cause with increasing concern. Along with pensions, health is another of the fields that generate the most uncertainties and […]

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Residential Treament Programs at Granite Recovery Centers: An Overview

Residential Treament Programs at Granite Recovery Centers: An Overview

Here at Granite Recovery Centers, we have two residential treatment centers. Green Mountain Treatment Center, which is located in Effingham, NH, and is a 12-Step-centered dual-diagnosis program for men and women ages 18 and up. And then New Freedom Academy, which is located in Canterbury, NH. It’s a 12-Step centered, dual-diagnosis, gender-integrated community. We have […]

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Preventing Diabetes with Lifestyle Choices

Preventing Diabetes with Lifestyle Choices

Preventing diabetes with lifestyle choices My family has a history of diabetes. What steps can I take to try to prevent developing type 2 diabetes? That’s an important question because diabetes is a major health concern. In the United States diabetes is the leading cause of heart disease, stroke and adult blindness, kidney failure, and […]

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MBA in Healthcare Management at Clarkson University

MBA in Healthcare Management at Clarkson University

[MAN]: Healthcare MBA is an MBA degree. It’s an MBA curriculum applied to the healthcare industry. So, what that means is that we have a business focus on managing a healthcare enterprise. So, we have a program that’s 16 courses long. By course, you can decide whether you want the course online or in class. […]

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What is Medical Administration? [Simple Summary]

What is Medical Administration? [Simple Summary]

Hi, I’m Allie Gray Freeland, and I am the host of Rasmussen College’s newest series, “What Should I Do with My Life?” So in this series, we’ll talk about key career and educational paths in health sciences. So today I’m here with Lorrie Laurin, who is the director of the School of Health Sciences. All […]

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MHA Celebrates Nurses Week 2019

MHA Celebrates Nurses Week 2019

Hi I’m Brian Peters, CEO of the Michigan Health & Hospital Association. It’s National Nurses Week and we couldn’t be more pleased to help celebrate those wonderful nurses who everyday provide outstanding quality care to 10 million Michiganders who reside in our great stat. We are so pleased to be partners with Michigan nurses, who […]

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Scripps Internal Medicine Physician Vivian Tran, MD

Scripps Internal Medicine Physician Vivian Tran, MD

>>Vivian Tran, MD: I was one of those people in medical school who wanted to go into just about every single specialty, depending on whatever rotation I was on at the time, and, at the end of the day, it really came down to internal medicine. I felt like internal medicine was the field that […]

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