Monthly Archives: May 2014
Binghamton University to Host Care Management Summit Extended conference rates at local hotels and registration space are still available by emailing: email@example.com
Binghamton University Care Management Summit set for May 22-23
Whenever possible, cover letters should be used to help frame your application in a positive light. What to avoid? See the following article: Nine Cover Letter Mistakes Care to share your greatest cover letter tips? Comment here!
It seems that the devil is in the details when it comes to implementation of technology for elders: Yahoo News: Why is this technology underutilized? What are your thoughts on the obstacles or solutions?
According to today’s New York Times, the U.S. is feeling the impact of climate change. This article moves from the data to problem-solving: Design and Climate Change Comments? Have a green day!
Every little tip helps! Doostang on Job Search What is your favorite strategy?
While the title isn’t cheery, this article offers ideas for making conditions at the top more equitable: Fast Company Comments?
A presentation by the American Society on Aging: The Future of Aging Lots of reasons to feel positive. Yet, it’s hard to miss the parallel of post-industrial disenfranchisement for elders, women, poor people, and young people. At some point, simple … Continue reading
Fascinating comparisons between U.S. and other countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)! Kaiser Family Foundation Healthcare Statistics Did managed care make a dent in costs? Comments welcome.