Tag Archives: healthcare

VA Community Care Network (CCN)

NARRATOR: The Department of Veterans Affairs Community Care Network, or CCN, is VA’s direct link with community providers to ensure we provide Veterans with timely, high-quality health care. CCN serves as a contract vehicle and a network of high-performing, credentialed community providers that VA partners with to provide health care to Veterans in their local… Read More »

Multilevel Interventions in Health Care Conference: Keynote address by W. Richard Scott, PhD

>>>DR. KALUZNY: Why don’t we begin. It really is a personal privilege for me to introduce Dick Scott. I’ve known, worked with him a number of years. On a very personal note, I think I first encountered the name Scott with Scott & Blau when I was a graduate student at another university, the University… Read More »

TEDxRainier – Stephen Bezruchka

Translator: Capa Girl Reviewer: Fran Ontanaya What is the best kept secret in the United States? I have worked clinically as a doctor for 35 years helping individual patients. Then I came to see, that the health of whole communities really mattered more. So, I want to speak on this meta-level, linking societal health to… Read More »

Hospital Staff Reads Social Media Comments | Cedars-Sinai

We’re gonna have you read a comment that somebody left on our Cedars-Sinai social media pages. I’ll just hand the phone over to you and you can read it out loud. Okay, just read it out loud? I’m just extremely touched to read such a beautiful comment. Brown-eyed girl. This is fabulous. I just love… Read More »

Veteran Community Care: Indian Health Service/Tribal Health Program

VA partners with the Indian Health Service and Tribal Health Program to provide eligible Alaska Native and American Indian Veterans with easier access to health care. The goal of this partnership is to provide Veterans with high-quality health care in a convenient, culturally appropriate setting; support excellent care coordination and collaboration; and promote resource-sharing between… Read More »

Paul Ryan Gets Schooled By Catholic Nun On His Policies That Only Benefit The Rich

On Monday night, Paul Ryan held a town hall discussion in Wisconsin where he finally decided to take some questions from his constituents and tried to calm all the fears that people have over the fact that republicans are trying to take everything away from them. But there was one question from an audience member… Read More »

Community Service Award 2011: Pam Luna

McFarland Clinic’s Trusted Choice Community Service Award is given to an individual who impacts and influences his or her community through volunteer service. The 2011 recipient of this award is Pam Luna, a registered nurse in oncology and hematology. Pam was chosen from three nominees to represent our philanthropic McFarland staff members and was nominated… Read More »

50th Anniversary – Medicare & Medicaid Event: 50 Years, Millions Of Healthier Lives

WELCOME Everyone. Welcome TO THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF MEDICARE AND MEDICARE PROGRAMS. AND FOR MANY OF YOU WHO MAY FEEL LIKE THE 50TH CELEBRATION YOU’VE ATTENDED THIS WEEK. HERE IS WHAT WE’RE CELEBRATING. MORE THAN A GENERATION OF SENIORS WHO WITH THE MEDICAL CARE THEY NEEDED WITHOUT DEPLETING THEIR LIFE SAVINGS. PEOPLE LIVING WITH… Read More »

Mary’s Story Working in the Healthcare Industry | Alaska @ Work

Coming from a dropout, a high school dropout, no education, no real job, coming straight out of active addiction and then to this new life of recovery. When I finally found H POG I noticed the medical office assistant training as an option. My immediate thoughts were that would be a great opportunity for me… Read More »