If dementia were a country, it would be the world’s 21st-largest economy, ranking between Poland and Saudi Arabia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Accountants are sometimes disparagingly called “bean counters,” but the truth is that counting beans is much like counting money.
We’re told that Oahu’s population is too large to achieve self-sufficient food production. Perhaps, but we can certainly do better.
In Sept of this year, a local medical association invited me to speak about the mounting problem of physician burnout, its causes and possible remedies. Hawaii is already struggling to solve a severe, ongoing physician shortage.
The road ahead for US healthcare remains highly uncertain. The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare, quickly covered approximately half of those who were previously uninsured.
Today’s society has an abundance of quality professionals you can trust. They are well trained, highly experienced, caring and good at what they do, capable people upon whom you can rely … with one exception. Little gets done on time.