Discovering true enjoyment in something is incredibly powerful. When we are motivated to do what we enjoy and create strategies so that it can happen, we are at work transitioning from willing ourselves to do something (willpower) to wanting to do it and not worrying what anyone thinks (real power).
Summer 2018 brings the conclusion of the state legislative process in both Wisconsin and Illinois. This is a good time to recap the major discussions and developments in health policy that Michael Best Strategies has been following for The Alliance.
Getting patients past their fears of medical tests and technology is a passion for Laurie Sullivan and the care team at Midwest Open MRI in Madison, a designated QualityPath® provider.
The opioid epidemic is everywhere. It’s in the news, in your community, in your workplace and perhaps in your family. It’s likely that you know someone who has used opioids. In fact, many people who later become addicted have their first experience with an opioid prescribed by a physician to treat severe pain.
When patients visit us and their doctor doesn’t prescribe an antibiotic, I tell them it’s likely a well thought-out decision. It might not be the one they want to hear, but we’re not doing it to push the patient’s care under the rug. We know what we’re doing.
Mark your calendars to attend Making Health Care More Affordable: The Intersection of Quality and Cost, on April 17 at Monona Terrace in Madison, WI.