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Transforming Workers' Comp · 3d ago

A Personal Appeal

As you may have noticed, I have been re-posting several times articles about my interest In finding opportunities or remote/virtual positions. To date, I have had no success. As I may have m...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1W ago

Words and Phrases: Global Healthcare or Whatever You Want to Call It

This past Saturday, while waiting for power to be restored in my area due to a pesky lizard’s venture where lizards don’t belong, I was able to use my cell phone to read some posts on Linked...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 3W ago

Russian Anchor Babies: Has Putin Already Begun the Invasion?

As loathe as I am to address anything from the MTA, this item caught my attention just now, as I am an hour north of Miami, and with all the talk about Dreamers and immigration from so-calle...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 3W ago

New Study Concludes States with Employer Choice Have Higher Claim Costs

While scanning LinkedIn yesterday afternoon, I noticed someone had posted a link to an article in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) early last month. The abstract...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Health Care Top US Employer and What It Means for Medical Travel

Back to the real world of health care, et. al. Last week, The Atlantic magazine reported that the US health care industry has supplanted manufacturing and retail to become the largest source...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

S**thole Countries and Medical Travel

The comment yesterday that the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue said, is not only revolting, disgusting, sick and racist. It is also a threat to the national security of the Unit...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Disgusted!

I want to take a break from writing about medical travel, health care and workers’ comp, and address my comments to my many readers around the world from Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin Amer...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

CMS Greenlights Outpatient Total Knee Replacement: What it Could Mean for Medical Travel

According to an article in MedCityNews.com, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) removed total knee arthroplasty (TKA) from the Inpatient-only list in November. This will effe...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Models: Here We Go Again

My readers will remember that I have been critical of CMS’ multitude of models for health care payments and such from my articles, Models, Models, Have We Got Models!, Illogical!, or Regulat...
Transforming Workers' Comp · 1M ago

Is “Bleisure” Travel the New Trend in Medical Travel?

As someone who never rejects good writing from fellow bloggers, here is an article from Elizabeth Ziemba, who I met three years ago in Reynosa, Mexico regarding a new trend in Medical Travel...