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Legent Imaging Increases Revenue, Decreases Rejected Claims

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. announced today the implementation of Exa® PACS/RIS/Billing and the company’s Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solution, provided by All Covered, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.'s IT Services Division, at Legent...

Stryker Launches Q Guidance System with Spine Guidance Software

Stryker has unveiled its Q Guidance System for spine applications. The system combines new optical tracking options provided by a redesigned, state-of-the-art camera with sophisticated algorithms of the newly launched Spine Guidance Software to deliver more surgical...

FDA Approves Gadopiclenol Injection for U.S. Market

Bracco Diagnostics Inc., the United States (U.S.) subsidiary of Bracco Imaging S.p.A., an innovative world leader in diagnostic imaging, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadopiclenol Injection, a new, highly stable macrocyclic...

Fujifilm Upgrades ASGE’s Institute for Training and Technology with State-of-the-Art Endoscopic Imaging Solutions

FUJIFILM Healthcare Americas Corporation and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) announce that ASGE has equipped its Chicago-based Institute for Training and Technology (IT&T) Advanced Bioskills Laboratory and Simulation Center with 16 of...

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Now Is Not The Time To Cut Training

Now Is Not The Time To Cut Training

It happens every time our country has a downturn in the economy. Training budgets get slashed. After more than three decades, I’ve seen it happen every time. The problem is that organizations inflict unseen damage on themselves by making the mistake of slashing training budgets.

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Getting More Powerful with a Common Mission

Getting More Powerful with a Common Mission

. Everyone from the top down should be able to recite your company’s mission statement from memory. Managers, supervisors and leaders should talk about the bullet points in the statement in casual conversation. If top management eats, drinks and breathes the mission statement, everyone else will too. If management ignores your mission statement, so will everyone else

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Now Is Not The Time To Cut Training

A Manager’s Quick Reference Guide

People often get promoted into supervisory positions and receive very little practical training to be effective in the role. That was a huge motivator for my writing “Creating Passion-Driven Teams.” Identify someone who thinks he or she has “arrived” and has no need to learn more, and I’ll point out someone who’s on the road to stagnation. 

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Social Media, Politeness, and You

Social Media, Politeness, and You

A recent study showed some interesting numbers regarding social media at work. Apparently, 80 percent of workers use social media in some way in the workplace, but only 27 percent use it actively for their jobs. That said, fully 50...

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You Can’t Get Change in a Weekend Workshop

You Can’t Get Change in a Weekend Workshop

We live in the age of expediency. We love our 10-minute oil changes, drive-through restaurants and microwave ovens. We want what we want, and we want it now. That works for some things, but when it comes to making changes in either ourselves or our companies, changes take time.

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Seven Must Have Soft Skills for Middle Managers

Seven Must Have Soft Skills for Middle Managers

Not long ago my company did some research on the importance of soft skills in middle managers. We surveyed frontline workers, middle managers, and senior managers at several facilities, each with an average of about 300 employees.

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Be Careful When Focusing on Numbers

Be Careful When Focusing on Numbers

We hear it all the time: “If you can measure it, you can manage it.” Unfortunately, a danger exists in focusing only on numbers, as this philosophy ignores the intangibles of human nature. After all, it’s people that make a workplace function.

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Putting the Right People in the Right Positions

Putting the Right People in the Right Positions

In 2001, researcher, consultant and author Jim Collins wrote a book titled, “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t.” I recommend this book as much today as I did 20 years ago, because Collins identified distinct...

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