We Will Never Be Where We Were Prior to 2020 

Has COVID changed your view of life, work, and the world?   We really don’t know what to do about ourselves. We are burned out, anxious, exhausted, apathetic, and/or cynical. There are those who quit, those who retired, those who changed professions, and those who just quit trying. These emotions are bellwethers in the workplace for lots of things that are wrong. Everyone is struggling with … Continue reading We Will Never Be Where We Were Prior to 2020 

Pandemics, Vaccines, and What Do I Do Next?

The news just keeps on coming. One disease after another. What should I do? What are my risks and what is my plan of action?  Everyone has an opinion. Are they correct?  Certainly, the information about Covid-19 vaccines has been inaccurate and incomplete from the beginning. I belong to the generation that was required to have vaccinations to attend public schools. There was no debate. You … Continue reading Pandemics, Vaccines, and What Do I Do Next?

CT Jobs Abound – Do We Have an Answer to the Shortage of RT’s?

Advertisements, sign on bonuses, and robust hiring packages are the grist of the labor mill recently.  It appears that COVID-19 took a toll on more than just our patient population. Many health care practitioners retired, changed fields, and/or decided to stay home in the aftermath.  Those that remain loyal and determined find themselves working in environments with extended hours, more overtime, and severe staffing shortages. … Continue reading CT Jobs Abound – Do We Have an Answer to the Shortage of RT’s?

News Flash for Radiologic Technologists!

Big Changes are Big News Keeping you updated on the latest changes that affect the way you maintain your license and credentials: Homestudy  Changes The required number of test questions per CE credit for homestudies has been reduced . You will find AHEC has already and is implementing these changes. (This is great) You may now take the same CE homestudy over again in a … Continue reading News Flash for Radiologic Technologists!

Starwars, Wearable Technology, and Virtual Healthcare

There’s no denying that wearable technology has become a hot arena for innovators. All types of applications are developing with a diversity that is astounding. The range of people utilizing the technology may vary from marathon runners to sailors to rhino conservationists or firefighters, exploring new ways of dynamically accessing data in real-time through Google Glass, smartphones, smart watches, and other devices. As part of … Continue reading Starwars, Wearable Technology, and Virtual Healthcare

Transgender Identity Crisis: Theirs or OURS?

The year 2015 was a banner year for advances in transgender visibility. Caitlyn Jenner came out as a woman starring on the cover of the magazine Vanity Fair. TLC premiered a reality show based on following 14 year old Jazz in her daily life as a Florida trans teen. Amazon won a Golden Globe for Transparent a show about the metamorphous of an AARP-card-carrying father … Continue reading Transgender Identity Crisis: Theirs or OURS?

Uberizing Healthcare: Bringing Back the House Call?

This new term, “uberizing” or “uberization”, has many different meanings. As I see the term used in articles, blogs, and ads it seems to have different interpretations. But, specifically, it should mean on-demand at-home care delivery. Will this bring back the house call? Those of us familiar with the Uber principle of transportation find that it has many advantages over the utilization of a rent … Continue reading Uberizing Healthcare: Bringing Back the House Call?

Top 10 Patient Safety Concerns-2015

The top ten safety concerns of 2015 as identified by ECRI and confirmed by others make those in healthcare ponder where we are at risk. Review the list to see where your service could be at risk. These patient safety concerns also include the 2016 technology hazards in healthcare. Read them carefully! Inadequate cleaning of flexible endoscopes Missed alarms Failure to effectively monitor postoperative patients and opioids Depression … Continue reading Top 10 Patient Safety Concerns-2015

Is It Apathy or Is It Ignorance?

One of my favorite late night shows was Jay Leno and his segments on “Jaywalking” This segment had Jay going to a public park or boardwalk and interviewing people with common questions. The questions were generally current events, current politics, or some common knowledge such as the capital of a state, or my favorite Question: “Why did women burn their bras in the ‘60”s (meaning … Continue reading Is It Apathy or Is It Ignorance?