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Compassion fatigue has impact in ERs as well

Compassion fatigue has impact in ERs as well

Caregivers may experience compassion fatigue when they are continually exposed to traumatic injuries, often seen during war, and also inside hospital emergency rooms. Memorial Hospital Nurse Kathleen Flarity also works as a commissioned colonel in the Air Force Reserves. She has studied compassion fatigue since being deployed to Afghanistan. “I just finished 33 years in… Continue Reading Compassion fatigue has impact in ERs as well

UCCS graduates 1st healthcare-management class

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The first participants in a new healthcare management program coordinated by the University of Colorado at Colorado Spring School of business graduated Thursday. The UCCS school of business collaborated with local healthcare organizations and businesses to design a certificate program of five courses over two months designed to prepare healthcare professionals new supervisory and management… Continue Reading UCCS graduates 1st healthcare-management class

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Kaiser Permanente has signed a 20,000-square-foot lease at The Pavilions office park, a devlopment across the street from the Memorial North hospital that has sat vacant since it was constructed in 2008. Kaiser spokeswoman C.J. Moore said the facility will be occupied by the Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, which will open a first Medicare clinic… Continue Reading Medicare clinic to be The Pavilions first tenant

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MedData adding 25 jobs to Springs

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Emergency medicine billing and management services provider MedData is adding 25 jobs to its Colorado Springs office. The additions come as a result of the cancellation of an outsourced call center in India. The company’s inbound calls will now be routed to Colorado Springs and Brecksville, Ohio, which will also see 25 jobs added. CEO Doug… Continue Reading MedData adding 25 jobs to Springs

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