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‘Epidemic’: 75% of workplace assaults happen to health care workers

Three-quarters of all workplace assaults happen to health care workers, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. And right now, unlike other professions, there is no federal law requiring prevention, reporting, or action if a health care worker is assaulted while on the job. “You can get into a cab or an Uber, or onto a train, and it ... Read More »

The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions

The ever-changing technological and business landscapes are impacting every aspect of your business, especially your financial operations. Are you and your company prepared for the trends that are happening in 2020 and beyond? Join us for The Future of Finance: Trends, Strategies, and Predictions, a free webinar presented by Oracle NetSuite and produced by Entrepreneur. We’ll unveil what you and your business need to ... Read More »

THE DIGITAL HEALTH ECOSYSTEM: An in-depth examination of the players and tech trends reshaping the future of healthcare

Until now, healthcare was the only remaining industry that had yet to feel the rapid impact of digitization endured by retail, banking, and media. But consumer adoption of digital tech, regulatory overhauls, and a shifting reimbursement model are forcing healthcare players’ hands. Business Insider Intelligence Digital health innovation offers market incumbents new opportunities to combat constricting margins, labor shortages, and ... Read More »

NI health system ‘at point of collapse’ say surgeons

Northern Ireland’s healthcare system is “at the point of collapse” the Royal College of Surgeons has claimed after waiting times reached an all-time high. More than 300,000 people are waiting to see a consultant, according to figures from the Department of Health. Mark Jones from the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) described the figures as “distressing” and “unacceptable”. “Patients in the ... Read More »

Mobile phones out of bounds at Madhyamik venues

The 2020 Madhyamik examinations will start on February 18(Shutterstock) Madhyamik invigilators, teachers or any other staff member will not be allowed to enter test venues with cell phones and they will not be allowed to deposit the device in the headmaster’s office after switching them off as they did till this year. An arrangement is likely to be made outside ... Read More »

Five of the best mobile phones – whatever your budget

You don’t need to splash out more than £1,000 to get a great mobile phone. Photograph: Cecilie_Arcurs/Getty Images When it comes to buying a new phone some enthusiasts reckon you need to spend £1,000-plus to buy a good one. But the truth is that you can get great phones at almost any price. With so many different brands, models and ... Read More »

Blogger Aakriti Rana talks about her success in the field of blogging

As far as blogging is concerned, Aakriti Rana is one of the top names in the business. She is very popular among the youth, thanks to her exceptional blogging skills. With being a fashion blogger, she is also a travel influencer who is making a positive impact on social media. She feels that influencers can act as a medium to ... Read More »

Govt should take CMs’ views before changing 15th Finance Commission’s terms of reference: Manmohan

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said the government should have taken chief ministers’ views before changing the terms of reference of the 15th Finance Commission, adding that unilateralism is not good for federal policy and cooperative federalism. Earlier in July, the Centre changed the terms of reference of the 15th Finance Commission and mandated the panel to suggest ... Read More »

Sigh of relief at RJD camp as Lalu Prasad’s health recovers

Lalu Prasad Yadav. (Photo: Tejashwi Yadav on Twitter) Amedical update from Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) on Lalu Prasad Yadav’s health has come as a sigh of relief for his family members and RJD supporters. Last week, the RJD supremo had undergone surgery for an abscess on his buttock and subsequently was administered with antibiotic for the drying up ... Read More »

Why ‘one app to rule them all’ is not the future of digital health

“One app to rule them all” is a compelling idea if you’re a healthcare giant. In this imagined model, patients flock to one comprehensive user experience for all their healthcare needs, from insurance and scheduling to lab results and disease management. And the healthcare giant, which has developed or acquired its way to market dominance, now has the ability to ... Read More »