An Online Chat with @CompAllianceRN

Recently Diann Cohen of MacroPro and I chatted about a variety of topics pertinent to the workers' compensation industry. It was really exciting as I have not really been interviewed that often, but other than some awkward pauses, I ended up enjoying the process. What I enjoyed the most [...]

2020-08-19T08:11:18-05:00August 19th, 2020|

June is Brain Health Awareness Month

Thought I would share some great information from the CDC with a lot of links to address the CDC's suggestions to improve brain health. According to a recent CDC study, people with one or more chronic health conditions were more likely to report more frequent or worsening memory problems, also called subjective [...]

2020-06-16T10:52:21-05:00June 16th, 2020|

Part 1 The Ethical Responsibility to Manage Pain and the Suffering it Causes

I was reading an ANA Position Statement providing ethical guidance and support to nurses as they fulfill their responsibility to provide optimal care to persons experiencing pain. We in the workers’ compensation industry have participated fully in the national debate on the (in)appropriate use of opioids for pain management. [...]

2020-06-18T13:04:09-05:00May 15th, 2019|

What did I learn from the Solar Eclipse today?

I usually only write about workers’ compensation topics and for sure, I NEVER get political on our company blog or twitter account. Today however, I am going to venture out of my comfort zone, and most likely I am going to stumble a bit as I try to express what [...]

2020-06-18T13:09:23-05:00August 21st, 2017|

The “Double V” and the Importance of Integrating Cultural Diversity Awareness in Collaborative Care

  The first time I heard of the term Double V, was while reading the book, Hidden Numbers, the story of the black female mathematicians that worked for NACA (later NASA) during WWII - helping to  design safe airplanes for the war effort.  The Double V referred to a [...]

2019-09-03T16:30:18-05:00January 26th, 2017|
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