Monthly Archives: June 2014

FINDING THE WANDERING PATIENT: TRY LOLA

The wandering patient is a vexatious problem. So when you come across a simple cost effective solution, you want to shout it out. So here goes. Case Study: Stan is 60. He has significant dementia. It started in his mid … Continue reading

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EMPLOYEE BURNOUT NEEDS TO BE PREVENTED: Raymond Rupert MD. MBA. @ Rupert Case Management Inc.

Just 30% of employees feel engaged at work. And of 72 senior executives who were studied, nearly all showed signs of burnout. No wonder, people hate their work. A large survey by Tony Schwartz (CEO of the Energy Project) and … Continue reading

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IMPROVING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE WHILE TRAVELLING: Raymond Rupert MD. MBA

When someone gets sick while travelling, it can be very frightening, confusing and disconcerting. The usual resources: parents, siblings, relatives, family doctor and local emergency department are not there. The call to the 800 number on the back of the … Continue reading

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