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Why The House of Medicine Needs To Add Nurse Education Funding To Its’ 2011-2012 Legislative Priorities

Mike Magee We will soon add an additional 35 plus million Americans to our health care system with the expectation of improving the overall health, productivity and competitiveness of Americans in the process. Thinking of this challenge in terms of production or provision of services, we are faced with a glaring human resource weakness – […]

Aging Seminar

The Bob Butler Tribute Seminar: Day 1. Aging Demographics (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3040) Day 2. The Challenge of Longevity (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3067) Day 3. Measuring Aging Vitality and Independence (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3080) Day 4. When Caregivers Need Care (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3084) Day 5. Long Distance Caregivers (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3088) Day 6. The Economics of Living Longer (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3149) Day 7. Financing Home Health Care (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3165) Day 8. […]

My Holiday Gift To You: Advanced Professionalism

Mike Magee What an eventful year it has been for HealthCommentary. In reflecting back on the many concepts and visions we have shared together – universal access married to individual and family responsibility for health; Techmanity  (technology that humanizes); “Home is where the health is, as well as the heart.”; the 13 part series on […]

How Healthy Is Your State And Our Nation?

Mike Magee The wire release of America’s Health Rankings®, a state by state assessment compiled by the American Public Health Association and supported by the United HealthCare Foundation, summed it up this way: “Overall Healthiness Slightly Improved, but Obesity, Children in Poverty, and Diabetes Worrisome for States’ Health….reductions in smoking, preventable hospitalizations and infectious disease […]

How Healthy Is Your State And Our Nation?

Mike Magee The wire release of America’s Health Rankings®, a state by state assessment compiled by the American Public Health Association and supported by the United HealthCare Foundation, summed it up this way: “Overall Healthiness Slightly Improved, but Obesity, Children in Poverty, and Diabetes Worrisome for States’ Health….reductions in smoking, preventable hospitalizations and infectious disease […]

Is High Fructose Corn Syrup The Next Trans-Fat?

Mike Magee In the world of Mad Men consumer advertising, first you name it, then you sell it.(1) OK, it’s a little more complicated than that. In naming a consumer product, you consider what that product might mean to the consumer and study what types of terms resonate. And when the product is launched, and […]

Bob Butler 14 Day Tribute Seminar With Links

The Bob Butler Tribute Seminar: Day 1. Aging Demographics (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3040) Day 2. The Challenge of Longevity (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3067) Day 3. Measuring Aging Vitality and Independence (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3080) Day 4. When Caregivers Need Care (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3084) Day 5. Long Distance Caregivers (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3088) Day 6. The Economics of Living Longer (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3149) Day 7. Financing Home Health Care (http://www.healthcommentary.org/?page_id=3165) Day 8. […]

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