Being an emotional person by nature (as many are) and knowing this about myself, I consciously work to keep my personal feelers (my 3 year-old daughter’s word for feelings) and views from being the only filter I see the business world through. A college mentor once made a very strong and lasting impression on me when explaining her view about how to show you care in a business context: Showing you care in your business life is not as different as you might think [as in your personal life].
Recently delisted content aggregator Work Loss Data Institute (WLDI) published a write-up authored by Tom Ferrell Denniston (ODG, Account Executive), Dr. Stephen Norwood (ODG, Editor-in-Chief), and Phil Denniston (ODG, President). The write up was an attempt to “set the record… Read More ›
The delisting of a popular commercial guideline provider has initiated dialog within the Workers’ Compensation community about raising the bar on the standard of care for the American worker. According to the National Guidelines Clearinghouse (NGC), the delisting occurred due… Read More ›
The healthcare landscape has experienced significant evolution over the past few years. Group Health, Occupational Health, and everything in between has been materially affected by rules and regulations where the patient is not always the central focus of the implemented… Read More ›
Courtesy of Google Search: Blunt in·stru·ment (noun) A heavy object without a sharp edge or point, used as a weapon. • An imprecise or heavy-handed way of doing something. I came across a broadcast recently geared towards making a case… Read More ›