Posts Tagged ‘HealthCare’
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a Video showing a possible link between Healthcare and Human Rights.
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In the “What Next?” Department, Illegal Immigrants have released a TV Commercial demanding their Free Obamacare. Why should they be given less “free stuff” t…
The healthcare industry is growing at a rapid pace and undergoing some of its most significant changes as the use of electronic health records increase. Designed for technologists or medical practitioners seeking to gain entry into the field of healthcare information systems, INTRODUCTION TO HEALHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY teaches the fundamentals of healthcare IT (HIT) by using the CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician (HIT-001) exam objectives as the framework. It takes an in-depth and comprehensive view of HIT by examining healthcare regulatory requirements, the functions of a healthcare organization and its medical business operations in addition to IT hardware, software, networking, and security. INTRODUCTION TO HEALHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY is a valuable resource for those who want to learn about HIT and who desire to enter this growing field by providing the foundation that will help prepare for the CompTIA HIT certificate exam.
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Question by Liberals are just better people: Would Jesus want people to have affordable healthcare?
Or would he be wearing pancake makeup, witha teabag on his head, carrying a sign, protesting on the White House lawn?
Isn’t it hypocritcal to be a Christian and claim to care about others, yet not want to see all Americans get affordable healthcare because it’s going to come out of tax money that you already have to pay anyway?
Aren’t liberals just kinder, more caring people?
Is the true religious icon for conservatives really just the $ $ ?
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As President Obama hits the road to push his new healthcare law lawmakers who voted for the bill get death threats.
This new edition provides a more objective and less political easy-to-read guideline to the law than the highly advertised Nick Tate’s ObamaCare Survival Guide —ObamaCare Facts
It’s almost impossible to turn on the news these days without hearing about Obamacare or its official title, the Affordable Care Act. This was signed into law on March 23, 2010 by President Barack Obama. Despite attempts by previous administrations, none was successful in achieving significant reform of the health care system. However, the health reform law, disapprovingly referred to as Obamacare by some members of the Republican Party, has created a stir of controversy regarding its effectiveness, overall costs and potential impact on the US debt. Between those declaring it to be the worst thing since Hitler and those singing its praises, it can be very difficult to understand exactly what Obamacare is and its implications for every American.
Now, This collection dispels false fears by giving you more objective and less political easy-to-read guide to the law, helping readers understand the basics of the ObamaCare health care plan and bill, so you can decide for yourself what you think of ObamaCare, based on the facts and not the News Radio / TV opinions. It serves as a valuable resource for those currently insured, those who are not, and the tens of millions of seniors, youth, business people and others who will be affected by the new law.
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There’s a new, exciting alternative to the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Exchange (federal OR state-run)! It reintroduces competition to the health care industry. Why create a hugely expensive state-federal bureaucracy with 1000s of new state and federal employees driving up health insurance cost when simply reintroducing competition will actually drive prices down?
Question by katie: Can I practice healthcare law and then become a judge?
I had a question about the path to becoming a judge. I am currently a senior in college and have applied to law school hoping to work in the Oklahoma/Texas area. I have already been accepted to Baylor, Tulsa, and OCU and am still waiting to hear back from OU, Houston, and SMU (sent my applications in December 6). I would like to practice healthcare law either for the government or as in-house counsel for a company and was wondering if this was a viable career path to one day sit as a judge when I am in my 40s or even late 30s if the opportunity arises? I know a more traditional career path would to become a state or federal prosecutor and then apply for a judgeship, and while this is also something I could see myself enjoying doing, I like the idea of the former career opportunity better. So I guess what I’m asking is, what is the likelihood of me practicing healthcare law and then being able to apply/be considered/nominated for a judgeship when I’m older? Should I focus on a different area of law if that is my ultimate goal? Also, assuming that I get into the other schools I have listed, (SMU might be a stretch, my LSAT was a 160 with a GPA of 3.6) do you think it would be more beneficial to attend school in my homestate of Oklahoma (OU offers cheap tuition, although I’ve been offered a full ride at OCU and 27k a year at Tulsa and I have connections in OKC) or to attend Baylor (strong trial advocacy program) or Houston (strong health law program). I have also toyed around with the idea of applying for a JD/MPH degree, what do you think would be the usefulness of the two degrees? I would appreciate any feedback! Unless you’re feedback is to avoid going to law school, my heart is set on it and no yahoo comment is going to change my mind I’m aware of the terrible legal market and I am up for the challenge! My parents are also prominent attorneys in the OKC area so I have the benefit of connections, which I know is not a guarantee of a job, but can’t hurt! I am not going to law school for the money, but for the true desire to help people and be fulfilled by an intellectually stimulating career! Advice please!
Just to be clear, I am referring to any type of judgeship, not just state and federal. My mother was an administrative law judge for a couple of years when I was a baby in her late 20s and that sounded very interesting and also something I would like to pursue if the other options didn’t arise.
Also, my parents are paying for law school. I will have no debt.
Answer by cat lover
Your record on scholarly attributes in the conduct of your legal practice will be the major consideration in becoming a judge, and cultivating political links.
After all, most of the Bush Supreme Court appointees were corporate law attorneys. And that didn’t stop them from getting the appointment.
I can’t comment on your path forward, however.
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