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nursing career burnout

A Journey of Healing

How one nurse turned burnout into a new life and direction Jennifer Marcenelle likes to joke that she ‘came out of the womb working.’ And Marcenelle, MBA, BSN, RN, HBC-HN, Certified Reiki, NLP, Gemstone and Diamond Therapy Practitioner, hasn’t slowed down much since. Marcenelle…

Experts Begin to Issue Warnings on ‘Lean’ Syrup

Cough syrup with codeine mixture used increasingly for opioid-like effects Recent incidents have led to growing concerns around ‘lean,’ prescription-strength cough syrup mixed with soft drink or flavored candy that an increasing number of people are using to get a high. Lean—also known as…

easily avoidable infractions in healthcare

Legal Brief: Suggested A Simple New Year’s Resolution List For Your Practice

Easily avoidable infractions for every practice With this recurring column, Elite Healthcare provides readers with insight related to the legal implications of healthcare – offering practical guidance on scenarios that should be avoidable and providing suggested courses of action when appropriate. The examples provided…

ACA’s individual mandate

Appeals Court Strikes Down Central Provision of Obamacare

Re-examination of individual mandate next step The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit struck down a central provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) last week, ruling that the ACA’s individual mandate, which requires individuals to have health insurance coverage, is unconstitutional. …

American Addiction Centers

Patient Outcomes Study Breaks New Ground for AAC

Industry need to prove treatment is effective, says AAC president American Addiction Centers (AAC) is breaking new ground in the treatment of addiction with the release of its first patient outcomes study.  Joining the ranks of only a few national treatment centers, AAC has…

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