Reflections

This season, the season of “Peace & Joy” around the world, has been challenged by the fear of disasters (end of the Mayan Calendar, fiscal cliff and Medicare payment reductions) and real violence, grief and sorrow. They all point to some very real work that needs to be done on several fronts – with our …

Best of 2012-Nurse Practitioners

It’s always a thrill to be recognized for the work you do, but what’s even more fun this time around is to see the recognition given to so many of the NPBO members and our NP colleagues around the country. This list of 100 Best includes Private NP owned practices; Blogs by NP’s and RN’s; …

5 Common Marketing Blunders that Health Care Providers Make

  Most health care providers who have a clinical practice, or any type of business where they rely on clients, will need to market in order to sustain and grow that practice and business.  While knowing how to market is essential, it’s also just as valuable to know what you should not be doing when …

Nurse Practitioner Fights Back as 113 Million U.S. Households Face Risk of Contamination

Shirley A. Saunders RN, MSN, APRN-BC warned U.S. heads of household, “If you do not adopt simple wellness practices, you will continue to fight allergies, sinus infections, colds, and many other types of antibiotic resistant infections that spread rampantly through many American homes. Many preventable infectious diseases are spread throughout the U.S. because of ignorance …