In most companies, at one time or another you hear someone say “Act like you own it”. What they are really saying is that you should make decisions like you are running the company.
Memorial Day is a time to honor America’s fallen heroes with family and friends. Whether you’re headed to a parade, a picnic, or a barbecue, it’s important to keep your healthy habits on track. Consider setting yourself up for success!
When Acuity Healthcare hired me, the company explained that I was an employee owner. At that time, I did not fully understand the magnitude of this benefit. I do not think many of us really understand employee ownership when we are first introduced to it.
Whether you are looking to become a vegetarian or vegan, or simply increase your plant-based meals in the New Year, increasing intake of plant-based proteins can improve health.
When a loved one in your life who has a serious medical condition, choosing the appropriate level of care for them can seem overwhelming. After they are discharged from intensive care units, what at the next steps?
As 2018 is coming to an end, you will hear more and more talk of New Year’s Resolutions and “New Year, New Me” ideas. There are some mixed reviews from people when it comes to resolutions.
Judy is a compassionate and accomplished healthcare leader with over 38 years of experience in all facets of healthcare services, management, supervision, administrative duties, finances, direct patient care and public relations.
I would like to respond to a recent article that criticized long-term acute care hospitals (LTACH). I am a registered nurse with a clinical background working in intensive care units (ICUs) and emergency rooms (ERs).
A registered dietitian (RD or RDN) is a food and nutrition expert who has met specific criteria to earn the RD or RDN credential. Not to be confused with a nutritionist, a dietitian holds a degree in nutrition as well as having completed a 6-12 month accredited program and passing a national exam.
According to the USDA MyPlate, it is recommended that half of your plate is Fruit & Vegetables. Unfortunately research shows that over 90% of the population does not meet the daily recommendation!