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|Posted on November 25, 2011 at 11:42 AM||comments (9)|
|Posted on June 12, 2011 at 5:13 PM||comments (3)|
Upside Down Why millennials can’t start their careers and baby boomers can’t end theirs. - National Journal 6/11/11.
This article depicts the growing problem of new college graduates who can't find jobs due to the large numberof seniors still in the work force. Seniors are working either because they need the financial resources or they are experiencing meaningful employment at later stages in life. Either way, their refusal to leave the work force creates a dilemma for young graduates who need work. It is the iniput of these younger workers who will contribute to social security and medicare for the seniors.
What's the solution to the conundrum?
|Posted on May 13, 2011 at 3:47 PM||comments (3)|
Social Security & Mecicare runs out in 2035!
What's your retirement plan? Don't depend on Social Security or Medicare!
Both will be bankrupt one year earlier than previous estimates due to the slow recovery of the economy. We all know this can continue for a while longer. Seventy percent (70%) of those of us younger than the baby boomers may be covered. Where does that leave the other 30% = non-coverage.
Cascadia Courts and Assisted Care Consultants can help you with your retirement needs now. www.assistedcareconsultant or www.cascadiacourts.com. Call: (240) 461-3441.
|Posted on April 12, 2011 at 4:31 PM||comments (6)|
I've attached a very interesting article on how closer scrutinuy of hospitals can reduce government cost and hospital acquired conditions. So much more can be said about hospital acquired conditions that it needs special attention.
The CDC and The Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services(CMS) have done some work in monitoring hospital acquired conditions such as infections but so much more needs to be done. The public should be better educated on the true risks or the potential thereof when they enter a hospital either as a patient or a visitor.
Patient care units that tend to more critically ill patients tend to have higher levels of exposure. More needs to be done to ensure the safety of staff and visitors to these units. Hospital leadership teams and external monitoring agencies such as CMS and The Joint Commission (TJC) must ramp up their level of monitoring in order to effectively manage the concerns of all stakeholders. Until that is done consumer of health care must be savvy and explores creative methods of self protection from hospital acquired conditions.