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8/19/2020· Radiology

Radiology Volumes Are Different From What Finance Is Reporting. Why Does That Keep Happening?

By: Sahel Shwayhat, MBA, FACHE

Many of us who have worked in hospitals have been there; you are in a meeting with Finance, and their handouts have what is supposed to be Radiology volumes, but they are different from what Radiology’s internal reports show. So, whose numbers are right?

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8/14/2020· Medicine

Plantar Puncture Wounds - Are Antibiotics Necessary?

By: Dr. Sajid Khan

Plantar puncture wounds are common and the anatomy of the foot makes it an excellent environment for infection to rapidly spread. Puncture wounds in particular can inoculate bacteria deep into the soft tissues.

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8/5/2020· Transportation

Motorcoach Survival In The Age Of COVID-19 (Part 2)

By: Ned Einstein

Hopes, dreams, truth, lies, prayers and politics aside, one of the burning industry questions is: How do we get on the road again? In Part 1 of this series, I outlined a number of important roles motorcoaches could and should have played immediately when the outbreak began. Performance of these roles would have helped the country cope with the virus. It would have helped the industry, its businesses and its drivers survive it. It would have negated the related interruption in production, marketing, sales and maintenance of vehicles in support of this continuity.

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8/5/2020· Psychology

Assessing Civil Competency: What Are The Mental Capacity Standards In Civil Litigation?

By: Dr. Emin Gharibian

Civil competency is an area that gets significantly less attention than competency in criminal proceedings. It’s definitely not a topic that you are going to see on Law & Order anytime soon. We regularly get questions about civil competency and the mental capacity standards in civil litigation. While the standards for competency civil litigation have some things in common with the standards for competency in criminal proceedings, they have their own unique set of legal standards.

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7/26/2020· Accounting

How To Identify A Company's Financial Distress By Using Cash Flow Statements

By: Michael Pakter

It is essential that creditors, managers, and shareholders - as well as the attorneys who advise them - timely identify and respond to signs of a company’s financial distress. Financial distress, according to Investopedia, “is a condition in which a company or individual cannot generate revenue or income because it is unable to meet or cannot pay its financial obligations

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7/26/2020· Retirement Planning

5 Tips for Managing Savings And Debt Before Retirement

By: David Haass

A common issue Americans face is skipping the safety net and paying the debt off first. Why is this an issue? You may find yourself circling back after paying off debt.

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7/24/2020· Medical Malpractice

Affidavit Of Merit In Medical Malpractice Cases

By: Raymond P. Mooney, PA-C, DFAAPA

An affidavit in legal terms is a sworn statement that assures the merit of your claim. In a medical malpractice case it is produced, at the request of the attorney, after the expert provider (physician, physician assistant/nurse practitioner) has reviewed the medical records and believes that the standard of care was breached and it was a cause that contributed to the patients injuries

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7/17/2020· All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV / UTV)

Vehicle Hydraulic System Flaw: Breach of Contract Lawsuit for Axle Supplier

By: Richard L. Hall

An axle and transmission manufacturer was embattled is a lawsuit claiming breach of contract due to lack of performance of their axles. These axles were installed on a line of rough terrain, material handling equipment; equipment designed specifically to transport construction materials around rugged, undeveloped jobsites.

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7/17/2020· Remote Sensing Image / Satellite Data Analysis

Remote Sensing, Railroad Wildfires, and the Ranches

By: David G. Koger

Year after year, their crops, livestock, equipment, barns, out buildings and fences went up in smoke. With nothing left to sell, they reinvested what money they did have (and borrowed) to replace it all. What they could not do—at any cost—was restore fragile habitats and native grasses, which had been groomed and guarded over for generations.

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7/10/2020· Trusts & Estates

When Is A Trustee Liable To The Trust Beneficiaries?

By: John A. Rodgers, III, Esq

In the dispute resolution process concerning personal trust relationships quite often the question of trustee responsibility and potential liability is raised and litigated.

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