An Observation – Deadly Healthcare Mistakes & Orlando’s Tragedy

I often find myself coming back to this issue because it is so troubling – the third leading cause of death in America is, in fact, our nation’s healthcare. Patients are dying from the medical treatment itself versus the actual health issue they sought care for in the first place. Whether it be inappropriate medications,

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Third Leading Cause of Death in the US? Hospitals.

I have long encouraged people to avoid going to hospitals if they can help it. Just last year, I wrote a column for Risk & Insurance on this very topic. But the message bears repeating, because the numbers are staggering. An estimated​ 440,000 people die each year in the hospital – and not from the

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The Power of Case Management & Other Interesting “Facts”

The following article has some great data on how case management has had an impact on long-term costs and increased health. It is different than our programs because we are very injury specific, and their’s is more preventative of chronic issues, but the goal of targeting high-risk people and intervening proactively for better results is

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