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Time to become informed about affordable health care options (Guest View)
The amount of information in the media about upcoming changes in health insurance is expanding weekly. Since health insurance is a complex topic which many folks do not understand very well to begin with, the idea of changes creates some anxiety.
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Affordable Health Care Act Will Impact Businesses and Residents
WILBRAHAM, Mass. (WGGB) – Recent changes in the Affordable Health Care Act have added even more confusion to the looming implementation of health care reform. Many are left wondering how the new laws will directly affect their pocketbooks. Like any …
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New Program Will Help County Residents get Affordable Health Insurance
These funds will help Sonoma Valley Community Health Center will hire two full time employees who will assist local residents with enrollment into affordable health insurance coverage. Santa Rosa Community Health Center will use the grant to hire four …

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James Porter, NRA President, Arrives At Crucial Time For Gun Rights Battle In
Senate Finance Committee member Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) listens to debate during a mark up session on the health care reform legislation on Capitol Hill September 24, 2009 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) …
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Court strikes blow against the Obama administration on union poster rule
And that nearly resulted in the Supreme Court striking down the entire health care law when the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and 26 state attorney generals challenged his administration's authority to enforce a constitutionally …
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Bodies Pour In as Nigeria Rounds Up Islamists
Large numbers of bodies, sometimes more than 60 in a day, are being brought by the Nigerian military to the state hospital, according to government, health and security officials, hospital workers and human rights groups — the product of the military …
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More New Rules – And finally, New Rule: Since all Republican voters really want in a candidate is a devout Christian who, one, doesn’t know shit from Shinola, and, two, is proud of that, and, three, isn’t named “Mitt” they should just go ahead and nominate Tim Tebow. That’s right. Take Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, the fan-favorite Christian who is in over his head on the football field, and put him somewhere where fan-favorite Christians who are in over their head are welcome: the Republican presidential race. Now, if you haven’t heard of Tim Tebow, he’s the college quarterback-slash-religious nut the Broncos signed last year despite his having one tiny problem: he throws like a girl. I’m sorry, I take that back. Lots of girls throw. Naomi Campbell has a more impressive completion rate with cell phones. But, that doesn’t matter to the faithful, because Tim Tebow is so cuckoo for Christianity that he used to write Bible verses in the charcoal under his eyes. Creepy to some, but for redneck America, they couldn’t love this guy more if he was sculpted out of bacon. The words “man crush” don’t begin to describe it. It is full-on gay. It’s like the way “Project Runway” contestants talk about chiffon. But, last Sunday, Tim learned that although Jesus saves, he can’t read NFL defenses, and he’s terrible at throwing into coverage. A Yahoo Sports article on Tebow’s performance used words like “atrocious,” “terrible,” “not even close to ready,” and “Oh, my
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Clip from Real Time with Bill Maher from 17.08.2012 of a funny fake ad against Mitt Romney based on the fact that President Barack Obama had many pictures taken of him drinking a beer while being on the road because the Obama administration saw a poll that Independents drink a lot of beer.

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Denville, NJ (PRWEB) July 07, 2012

Physical therapy scheduling software can also help a PT practice create appointments with a couple of clicks of the mouse and maintain the office much more efficiently. In fact, a good EMR for physical therapy services can cut down on the time and expense of maintaining a staff and documenting each patients visit to the clinic. According to private practice owner and physical therapy marketing expert, Nitin Chhoda, there are many ways to learn more about EMR system, and his latest website which had been launched this June, is one of them.

Many professionals use occupational therapy software as well to streamline their workload and accomplish common tasks quickly and effortlessly. The future of successful physical and occupational therapy practices lies in electronic medical records (EMR) as more and more offices are now getting on board. President Obamas plan to computerize health care records is a major step forward in creating standardized software which can be compatible with most online systems.

An EMR system provides essential, ongoing documentation at a glance which in turn can save therapists from expensive lawsuits and repaying insurance funds during a post-payment audit. Ideally, an EMR system should contain all the pertinent patient information on a single page and when it is time to update the file it can be accomplished in a few easy steps.

A good EMR system will also help therapists manage their patient relationships without the need for them to rely on memory or to retrieve a paper chart in order to get up to speed on the patients visit. Therapists are able to manage their patient billing a lot easier with an EMR system as it will eliminate the need for paper calendars and other software as everything can be accomplished inside the EMR interface.

Chhodas office can be reached by phone at 201-535-4475. For more information, visit the website at


Nitin Chhoda PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist, a certified strength and conditioning specialist and an entrepreneur. He is the author of “Physical Therapy Marketing For The New Economy” and Marketing for Physical Therapy Clinics and is a prolific speaker, writer and creator of products and systems to streamline medical billing and coding, electronic medical records, health care practice management and marketing to increase referrals. He has been featured in numerous industry magazines, major radio and broadcast media, and is the founder of Referral Ignition training systems and the annual Private Practice Summit. Chhoda speaks extensively throughout the U.S., Canada and Asia. He is also the creator of the Therapy Newsletter and Clinical Contact, both web-based services to help private practices improve communication with patients, delivery better quality of care and boost patient retention.

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Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) July 11, 2012

The survey from new online personal loan product, Umi, found that almost a third (30 per cent) of Australians waste at least two hours a month carrying out needless face-to-face activities.

According to the survey, the most annoying time-wasting chores, which people said shouldnt have to be done in person, were:

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Health Care — No Time for Baby Steps
Last week was a victory for individuals who believe that there is a moral obligation to insure a minimal access to health services for every individual. From a larger perspective it was a Pyrrhic victory.
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Okla. congressman addresses health care at forum
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Even if President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is eventually repealed, the issue will continue to occupy the nation's attention as Congress addresses spiraling costs and the uninsured, Republican U.S. Rep. James Lankford …
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Washington receives million for public health and health care emergency
"Health care and public health systems that are prepared to respond successfully to emergencies and recover quickly from all hazards are also able to deliver services more effectively and efficiently every day," said Dr. Nicole Lurie, HHS assistant …
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Musically, this song had its origins in a jam session with my friend Stephen “Sven” Shirl. I wrote the lyrics based on my experience of interning at a health care center for older adults during my first year of grad school. Christopher Roubieu played drums, electric guitars, and keyboard on this recording, and I played acoustic guitars and bass and did vocals. Chris also engineered, mixed, and mastered the whole thing, so thank you very much to him for all his hard work! Lyrics: The more I learn, the less I understand it all The more I know, the more I feel I know nothing at all About living and dying, significant moments and points in between The nature of true love and little exchanges largely unseen And at the end, will I see my Valentine Instead of the man who turned water into wine? I asked about heaven, preacher said to take one world at a time To try and enjoy life, to pacify my worrisome mind By relinquishing my need to know what waits on the other side I never want to lose my joy or feel my spirit giving in And in my twilight years lament on the person I’d once been I don’t want that Laughing and crying, the gulf between closing every day I’m trying to bring peace but struggling to find the words to say Because I can’t bring back what’s lost, can only help to find today

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Yes, Mr. Premier, it's time for labour reform in health care
No wonder Premier Darrell Dexter mused on the heretical notion of restricting strike rights in the health care system. He didn't promise legislation or do anything meaningful, but he did say the public interest must be protected. As it is, health care …

Money for GOP student-loan bill to come from health-care cuts
… the House will vote Friday on a $ 5.9 billion Republican bill that would prevent interest rates on federal student loans from doubling this summer and would be paid for by cutting money from President Obama's health-care overhaul law.
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Washington Report: House-Passed Bill Ends Taxpayer-Funded Ads Against C-Store
NACS called on members of Congress to support the bill, which includes a provision that would repeal the Prevention and Public Health Fund (PPHF) established by the health-care law (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act).
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