Tag: front line healthcare

January 30, 2018 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

The Truth Isn’t Always Beautiful And Beautiful Words Aren’t Always The Truth Ida Iversen, CNA, Medical Assistant, current RN, BSN, Honored by the International Nurses Association as being one of the Top Nurses in Dartmouth Ma Contact Information: incompass1self @gmail.com  LinkedIn My mission is to care for others within the healthcare industry with compassion and laughter. Caring for patients…

January 23, 2018 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

The True Wisdom of a Front line Healthcare Supervisor Front line Healthcare Supervisors know that their energy and attitude sets the pace for the day. Front line Healthcare Supervisors know that it is not all about them; it is all about the people. Front line Healthcare Supervisors develop great talent, they do this through the encouragement of mentorship. Front line Healthcare Supervisors know in addition to being a leader, they are…

January 3, 2018 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

We were born with stories and so was the practice of medicine. Learning From Patients’ Stories And Experiences to Improve Healthcare Dr. Roni Zieger  Contact Information: http://ronizeiger.com/  Technology is transforming our lives including letting us create and share stories in ways limited only by our imaginations. Now let’s innovate together to bring stories back into health…

December 27, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Kimberly Scott, Medical Assisting Instructor / Doctorate of Business Administration, Exploring the Dynamics of Knowledge Sharing / Multiculturalism in Health Care The impact of multiculturalism on health care is vast. It is a barrier to communication, understanding of illness, how illness and pain are experienced and expressed, where patients seek help and patients understanding of treatment. Kimberly Scott, Medical…

November 8, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

The willingness to make a difference in the lives of people! What I wish to change about healthcare! If more PCP doctors would be willing to test and treat we could get further with insurance not many PCP doctors want to learn about Hep c treatment. I am very Passionate about Hep C and HIV…

October 9, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Appreciation is a fundamental human need. Employees respond to appreciation expressed through recognition of their good work because it confirms their work is valued. When employees and their work are valued, their satisfaction and productivity rises, and they are motivated to maintain or improve their good work. Inside Medical Assisting Presents Emma Townsend Registered Medical Assistant/ Nurse Assistant…

September 9, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Mark Valenti, Director of Practice Transformation Describes The Why Of Team Based Care In The Allegheny Health Network Today, many fundamentals of the healthcare landscape are rapidly changing, organizations are finally looking beyond clinical care to dramatically enhance health outcomes.  Teamwork in healthcare is vitally important to patient treatment, care and safety. The better the members of a healthcare team are…

July 27, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

The science of medicine has wrought miracles in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. But the art of medicine remains the medium through which illness and suffering are relieved and becomes paramount when biomedicine runs its course and has little to offer the patient. By practicing the art of the consultation, you just might…

June 30, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Your knowledge and aptitude landed you a good job. But those likely weren’t the only assets that got you hired. Chances are your enthusiasm and attitude played a role, too. In an economy with lots of job seekers, employers are looking for people who can bring first-rate skills to the table, with a personality to…

June 1, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Some Time’s A Patient Needs Someone To Be There And Listen…Not To Fix Anything Or Do Anything In Particular, But Just To Let Them Feel They Are Supported And Cared About As patients, I think we all, when given the opportunity, want to get better. You lose your purpose in life when you lose your…

May 25, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Traditional Healthcare training focuses on “how” — cultivating knowledge and skills through memorization and practice. It has largely ignored “WHY!” Robyn (Tupper) Lombard, OJT Medical Assistant, Practice Manager, current Director of Quality,Safety and Value, St. Vincent Medical Group Allegheny Health Network, Erie, Pennsylvania Previous Podcast Episode With Robyn: A Practice Manger’s perspective of what she searches…

May 25, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Patients Are People Just Like You and I, Not just a Condition Robyn (Tupper) Lombard, OJT Medical Assistant, Practice Manager, current Director of Quality,Safety and Value, St. Vincent Medical Group Allegheny Health Network, Erie, Pennsylvania Previous Podcast Episode With Robyn: A Practice Manger’s perspective of what she searches for in Medical Assistants Contact Information:  LinkedIn, Email: rlombard@svhs.org…

May 17, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

“If you can change the way Students think. The way they see what they do. The way they see their Profession. You can change Lives To paraphrase Steve Jobs “A lot of people in Healthcare haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear…

March 28, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Ashley Reed Member Michigan Society Of Medical Assistants Share’s Her Personal Story ! Ashley Reed Contact Information: ashleyareed1990@gmail.com If it wasn’t for my best friend teaching me the fundamentals about on how to take care of someone I’m not sure where I’d be – Ashley Reed The Voice of Medical Assisting” Podcast will introduce you to impactful, at…

March 21, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

“Every human interaction offers you the chance to make things better or to make things worse.” ― Barbara Brown Taylor  I take care of people for a living. Taking proactive steps forward does not mean minimizing the emotions that are derived from those actions. It means walking through them and using the experience to grow….

March 14, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

How will this affect the Profession, the Education, the Student, the Work Place, Patient Engagement Dennis J. Ernst MT(ASCP) has been involved in phlebotomy for over 30 years as a medical technologist, educator, and legal consultant. As the Director of the Center for Phlebotomy Education, he conducts workshops, in-services, and conferences on phlebotomy across the…

March 8, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

How Will Your Profession Change In The Future? The Workplace And Education As You Know It, Will It Change? Evamarie Hernandez, A.A.S-MLT, MA, PHIC-AMCA, QMAP, Phlebotomy Program Coordinator at National American University, Contact Information: LinkedIn hernandezevamarie1@gmail.com Coming Next Week: The implication of a Robotic Phlebotomist  Dennis J. Ernst MT(ASCP) Director Center for Phlebotomy Education, Inc.    “If you can change…

March 2, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Medical Assisting take heed According to the research conducted by the World Economic Forum, in 2020, over one-third of skills that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed. Michelle Dew, (M.B.A.) Health Care Administration/Management Quality and Patient Safety Manager in a Michigan Regional Health System I collect, review, track, trend and present my hospital’s publicly…

February 25, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

As patients, I think we all, when given the opportunity, want to get better. You lose your purpose in life when you lose your ability to function. You lose your sense of self. We have to be given permission and encouraged to change the dynamic and play an active role in our healthcare decisions by…

February 21, 2017 Lawrence Laganelli No comments exist

Those who care for our Family members Can hardly care for theirs. Why? No matter the setting in which they work are low-paid, often without health insurance and confronted with back-breaking labor and challenging clients with complex medical needs. These caregivers provide the most intimate care imaginable to frail and vulnerable people. We depend on…