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batye
batye
3/14/2016 1:45:57 PM
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Re: paradox
@DHagar  in Canada gov always play favorites or paying back for votes...  sad reality...

on the other hand in my family during funerals each member follow they own religion tradition... it normal for us... but funeral directors sometimes get lost :(.... 

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batye
batye
3/14/2016 1:41:26 PM
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Re: paradox
@DHagar  yes, but in Canada first they do things and think after... and security it always last... on the agenda...

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:39:01 PM
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Re: paradox
@Ariella, regarding the burden on doctors, etc., you are absoutely correct - it has disproportionately burdened them.  The small provider has high cost, heavy burdens, and all have detracted from their ability to deliver care and maintain their small practices.  It has not been factored into the equation and they have paid the price.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:33:52 PM
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Re: paradox
@Ariella, "In a business organization having that kind of group would make it difficult to reach consensus at times."  Indeed!  That may be one reason most companies don't allow nepotism.

But learning skills of conflict management help us weather the family trials and make us more effective in organizations.  So learning how to adapt, work together, and lead help us on all fronts - that's probably what makes you effective with those insights.

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Ariella
Ariella
3/14/2016 1:29:44 PM
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Re: paradox
@Dhagar yes, and it has increased the burden of paperwork and tracking for physicians. I do believe that is one of the factor contributing to smaller practices being swallowed up by chains. For example, the pediatric practice (not a tiny one but one that had been independent) was taken over by ProHealth a bit over a year ago. Other doctors I knew who had their own practice joined the urgent care facilities.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:26:33 PM
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Re: paradox
@Ariella, your observations about HIPAA are astute.  Our HIPAA laws were originally designed to protect our consumer rights, in the private markets, against providers sharing the information without employee's consent, and the requirement to provide privacy - it also covers the employers.  So actually, it was a consumer protection against the private industry initially.  Now that we have the ACA (Obamacare), it has more of a government context.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:22:31 PM
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Re: paradox
@batye, yes, security has to be a backbone of any system dealing with healthcare, whether government, private, or consumer.  And healthcare has a long way to go.  Most of the investments have been in the EHR  (Electronic Health Records) to comply with the Health Information laws passed in 2010.  They have not considered that once you go digital, you are exposed unless you build in the security.   This is a key opportunity for Service Providers working with healthcare.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:17:34 PM
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Re: paradox
jbtombes, great prescription for success - customers just want their problems solved.  Those MSO's that can assist in providing solutions will win customers.

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Ariella
Ariella
3/14/2016 1:17:04 PM
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Re: paradox
LOL @DHagar yes, well, there are quite a lot of cousins on that side. Many of them are very outspoken and stubborn, which increases the likelihood of clashes with each other, as no one wants to concede to the other. In a business organization having that kind of group would make it difficult to reach consensus at times.

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DHagar
DHagar
3/14/2016 1:11:38 PM
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Re: paradox
@ Ariella, sounds like we can all relate - families are special blessings (and can be temporary curses)!  If we can work successfully within our families, we can work anywhere!   At least it sounds as if your family is still trying - that's all it takes!

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