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Healthcare Reform and Operating Room Efficiency


Yakima, Wash. (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

One of the goals of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to cut costs and improve efficiency of hospital care. The new ACA guidelines could mean financial penalties for hospitals with excessive patient readmissions, forcing the healthcare system to ensure that efficient operating rooms and value-based care are both top priorities.

With potential financial ramifications looming over administrators’ heads and cost-per-minute in the operating room often exceeding $ 20 depending on the complexity of the procedure, hospitals should not only aim to increase value and quality of care, but also try to reduce runaway spending.

“While cutting supply costs in the operating room is imperative to help save hospitals resources during this time of healthcare reform uncertainty, another, perhaps more crucial, efficiency factor for operating rooms is time,” said Brock Remy, director of operations at SurgiMark. “SurgiMark’s multifunction, disposable Via-Guard suction sets address both of these operating room efficiency issues, resulting in saved time for surgeons and lower hospital supply costs for administrators.”

Obamacare has expanded hospitals’ base of insured patients, making it more important now than ever for hospital administrators to increase their operating room efficiency. If hospitals employ the use of SurgiMark’s adjustable Via-Guard Yankauer suction sets, their inventory costs will decline, and the excessive time previously spent switching between varying degrees of suction will decrease dramatically, allowing for more efficient procedures.

The facilities that can quickly adapt to ACA changes by increasing value-based care while decreasing overhead spending will have a competitive advantage moving forward, and will prosper under these new guidelines.

About SurgiMark, Inc.

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— Boston Marathon Tragedy

Then-Managing Editor Eric Todoroff burst through the door, a panicked look on his face, interrupting our conference call. “There was just a terrorist attack on America,” he said, referring to the Boston Marathon Bombings.

I was just announced next year’s Editor-in-Chief and we were supposed to determine the rest of the staff for the new school year. It was the biggest break in my career; excitement was an understatement. Hearing the news fives minutes before our meeting, it didn’t seem important all the sudden. Nothing did.

The rest of the day was spent refreshing Twitter feeds and watching Internet streams of TV broadcasts. Nobody knew what was happening; nobody pretended otherwise. National tragedies have a weird way of uniting America. The bullshit we spew and the dumb posturing we do disappears, revealing the humans underneath it all—the acting stops.

Time stumbled the whole day, speeding and slowing randomly as fresh news bombarded us. Three or four of us remained in the FSView office the rest of the day, not really talking but not wanting to be alone either. We listened in silence to the police scanner as cops surrounded Dhokar Tsarnaev who had found refuge in the backyard. They caught him and for the first time all day, we exhaled.

I went home then, picking up some Samuel Adams’ Boston Lager along the way; it felt appropriate. I drank my beer, put on my Boston Red Sox hat and thought. America had more work to do. [ – Brendan Bures]
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— Edward Snowden

While there may be many different opinions on what to call Edward Snowden one thing is for sure, he’ll go down in history as the face of one the most significant information leaks in U.S. history.

A former CIA employee and contractor for the National Security Agency, Snowden leaked some 200,000 classified documents to the press. The leak exposed many invasions of privacy of individuals through previously unknown government surveillance programs like PRISM, XKeyscore and Tempora.

This is the dilemma that supposedly didn’t sit right with the previous government employee, questioning mass surveillance, government secrecy and information privacy. After leaking this information, Snowden became a fugitive in the United States on charges of espionage and theft of government property and was forced to flee the country if he hoped to remain free.

Residing in Hong Kong before boarding a privately chartered jet to Moscow provided by WikiLeaks. Currently, there are still debates in regard to Snowden being justified in releasing this information and questions of the NSA going too far in terms of invading the privacy of individuals. [ – Carleigh Walter]
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— Government Shutdown

In October, the third longest government shutdown in U.S. history occurred, lasting 16 days and leaving the finances of millions of American citizens in question.

The reason for 800,000 federal employees being furloughed and 1.3 more working without knowing when they’d be compensated for it was due to the inability of the Republican-led House of Representatives and the Democrat-led Senate to enact legislation appropriating funds for the fiscal year of 2014.

A major deal breaker that led to these difficulties was the disagreements in regard to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, widely known as Obamacare. The House hoped to delay or defund the program in their proposed resolutions whereas the Senate amended the bills to where it would not affect the course of Obamacare, leading the House to reinstate the previously striped measures and pass it on to the senate again.

On Oct. 16 Congress successfully passed the legislation that would end the government shutdown and debt ceiling crisis, formally known as the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014. [ – Carleigh Walter]
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— The Dream Defenders Protest

George Zimmerman’s acquittal was the verdict that launched a thousand protests.
In July, after a high-profile trial, the former neighborhood watch volunteer was found not guilty in the 2012 shooting of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. Within less than two hours of the announcement, the Dream Defenders, a civil rights group consisting mainly of college students, organized a march from Tallahassee’s Donald L. Tucker Center to the steps of the old Florida Capitol.

For the Dream Defenders, this was only the beginning of a campaign that would gain national media attention and warrant a meeting between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and the protestors. Days after the verdict was read in Zimmerman’s trial, the Dream Defenders launched a sit-in the Florida Capitol Building.

For nearly a month, the protestors occupied Gov. Scott’s office and surrounding area. Their goals: to bring an end to Florida’s controversial Stand Your Ground law, the school-to-prison pipeline and institutionalized racism.

The sit-in ended in mid-August, and, despite a group of protestors meeting with Gov. Scott, the Dream Defenders’ left the Capitol without accomplishing what they had set out to accomplish.

Since then, the group has had a much more low-profile presence on Florida State University’s campus and in Tallahassee. But for a time, the Dream Defenders became the face of the discontent surrounding Martin’s death and Zimmerman’s acquittal. [ – K. Maxwell Greenwood]
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— Nelson Mandela dies

Just as a tumultuous year for media was coming to an end, the world was met with the news of former South African President Nelson Mandela’s passing on Dec. 5 at the age of 95.

Together, people from around the world mourned the death of the anti-apartheid leader who, for decades, had served as a role model for tolerance, civil rights, peaceful resolutions and equality.

Mandela had a long history in social and political activism, addressing issues such as colonialism and apartheid and institutionalized racism in South Africa. During his life, the activist served over 27 years in prison before being elected as South Africa’s first black president in 1994. Mandela held the office until 1999.

Mandela’s health had been deteriorating long before his passing earlier this month. For months his health had been a topic of speculation for admirers, politicians and reporters. Despite the media storm surrounding Mandela’s final months, he died of a respiratory infection in his home in Houghton, Johannesburg. His death was announced by current South African President Jacob Zuma at a press conference that same day.

While Mandela may be gone, his life remains a legacy of passion and social change.
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News Release: City of Tallahassee

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. committed his life to bringing about his dream of racial justice and equality. To commemorate Dr. King and all that he stood for, the City of Tallahassee will proudly host the 17th annual Day of Dialogue in Kleman Plaza on Monday, Jan. 20, from noon to 2 p.m.

“Dr. King was a remarkable man whose vision of a beloved community continues to be meaningful today,” Mayor John Marks said. “This event provides our citizens with the opportunity to share in his wisdom through dialogue about how better communications can make us stronger as individuals and a community.”
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The Day of Dialogue is held under the auspices of the Mayor’s Initiative on Race, Culture and Human Relations. It provides a forum to experience the diverse views and cultures of others.

Robbie Stokes Jr., founder of the social movement “I Talk to Strangers,” returns as this year’s guest speaker. Stokes will share his inspirational story about why he decided to challenge the theory of not talking to strangers and how he’s been able to make these strangers into lifelong friends and esteemed business contacts. His message focuses on how to bridge the gaps of prejudice, racism, sexism and indifference by bringing people together one new relationship at a time. This presentation is designed to engage and motivate participants on the power of communication and relationships.
Participants attending the Day of Dialogue will receive a voucher for free parking in Kleman Plaza. In the event of inclement weather, the Day of Dialogue will be held in the City Commission Chambers, located on the second floor of City Hall, 300 S. Adams St.

This year, the Day of Dialogue is part of the 2nd annual MLK “Dare to Dream” festival, which will be held the same day in Kleman Plaza from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The theme for this year’s festival is Be the Change…Live the Dream in 2014.

Presented by the Martin Luther King Jr. Dare to Dream Association, the MLK “Dare to Dream” festival will feature live music, a variety of specialty item and food vendors, historical exhibits and a “MLK Birthday Bash” for kids, complete with bounce houses, games and face painting. Live music will be provided by five-time Grammy nominated musician and Tallahassee-native Ashanti Floyd, also known as the “Mad Violinist.”

The festival is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the festivities.

For more information about the festival, visit MLKDare2Dream.com. For more information about Stokes and the “I Talk to Strangers” movement, please visit italktostrangers.com.

The Day of Dialogue is presented by the City of Tallahassee’s Equity and Workforce Development department (EWD). The mission of EWD is to help create a culturally and ethnically diverse community through a variety of programs that are focused on managing diversity and creating a climate that values the differences among individuals. For more information about programs offered by EWD, visit Talgov.com.
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House GOP #WhatUsGovern
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About the fight to shut the government down or gut the ACA (Obama Care) #GOPShutdown

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A few nice enroll obamacare images I found:

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The rear doors of the white van, striped in red and blue, were wrapped in yellow with black text in Spanish which translated in English to:

You can still subscribe to Obamacare
Apply today!
800-419-6318
Qualify and receive calls
Totally free
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La fecha límite para inscribirse este año y obtener cobertura médica: 31 de marzo

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Anthony Rouzier helps Valentina Adarraga, 20, sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in Miami on Friday. / AP

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MIAMI — As federal health officials are aggressively courting young adults to sign up for health insurance with celebrity endorsements and social media campaigns, they are also getting significant help from the very demographic they’re targeting.

Busy medical, nursing and law students across Florida are getting certified as counselors and are staffing enrollment events as the March 31 deadline to sign up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act looms. Many of the students were active in outreach programs to provide medical and legal services in low-income neighborhoods, but being “able to sign up patients for health insurance and get coverage that’s more than just one time care really completes the circle,” said Ali Moody, a second year medical student at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

More than 60 UM medical students went through a five-hour training to become certified application counselors and have enrolled more than 50 people since December. They’ve staffed several major enrollment events as well as manned tables daily outside their school, where they end up enrolling many low-income patients recently released from the nearby hospital.

University of Miami’s medical school places a strong emphasis on connecting students to underserved communities “so it’s natural to have them take an active role in getting the same patients enrolled in the Affordable Care Act so they get preventive care more frequently and keep them out of the emergency room,” said Donna Shalala, the school’s president and former Health and Human Services Secretary under President Bill Clinton.

Farther south at Florida International University in Miami, seven students were crammed around a massive conference table this week trying to sign up for health insurance on their laptops.

Law students Allan Zullinger, 28, and Anthony Rouzier, 27, hustle back and forth across the room, overseeing two and three enrollees at a time, all in various stages of the application process, explaining to a professor and his wife that they must use next year’s tax income to determine if they are eligible for a subsidy and telling a student that they may qualify for insurance under their parents’ plan because they are under the age of 26.

Rouzier frequently peers over Valentina Adarraga’s laptop, cheering her on, getting on the phone with federal health officials when her application stalls and explaining various health plans during the nearly three-hour long process.

The 20-year-old ultimately chose a silver plan with a monthly premium, thanks to a 9 tax credit. Adarraga, a full-time student, also works part-time as a beach attendant.

“It’s good to know I’m not going to be denied assistance,” said Adarraga, who has been without insurance for several months and recently couldn’t get treatment when she tried to see a doctor for serious migraines. She tried signing up on her own online, but wasn’t able to complete the process.

“We understand that it’s going to take people like us to make it work,” said Zullinger, who works more than a dozen hours a week enrolling people. “It’s an experiment almost and we understand that we have to put the labor in right now.”
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Who Benefits from Obamacare? Democrats, Republicans & the Corporations that Control Both Parties.
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Both Democrats & Republicans are lying for their corporate masters:
Obamacare was not primarily about healthcare OR taxes. The goal was the
individual mandate.

WHO BENEFITS FROM OBAMACARE? DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS & THE CORPORATIONS THAT
CONTROL BOTH PARTIES.

In last week’s United States Supreme Court ruling re National Federation of
Independent Business Et Al v. Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human
Services, Et Al (11-393/28-Jun-2012) a.k.a. "NFIB v. Sebelius", the
individual mandate to purchase health insurance and associated penalties for
non-compliance contained in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
(Public Law 111-148/H.R.3590/PPACA/23-Mar-2010) a.k.a. the "Affordable Care
Act" a.k.a. "Obamacare" were declared to be a tax and therefore
constitutional:

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The Obamacare bill is a massive piece of legislation – depending on
formatting, anywhere from 900+ to 2000+ pages – much of which can loosely be
construed as "healthcare reform". That millions of Americans will be
impacted by this law is beyond dispute. Whether that impact will be
positive or negative, on the other hand, will be a source of sociopolitical
debate for many years – assuming of course our illegal and immoral
death-from-above droning and Oil Wars Iran-baiting antics in Syria,
Baluchistan and elsewhere don’t get us all blown to Kingdom Come in the
interim:

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There are, however, three clear and immediate beneficiaries of Obamacare:
the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, and the Global Corporations who
control them both:

1. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY can truthfully energize their base of lemmings on
the left side of the false divide by declaring a victory for "healthcare
reform" – although the percentage of Americans who can expect to receive a
net benefit from all the changes in that mass of legalese is only about 10
percent, and some 5 million of us are projected to actually LOSE our health
insurance coverage as a result of Obamacare. According to the Congressional
Budget Office (CBO):

"Compared with prior law, the ACA is now estimated by CBO and JCT to reduce
the number of nonelderly people without health insurance coverage by 30
million to 33 million in 2016 and subsequent years, leaving 26 million to 27
million nonelderly residents uninsured in those years… The share of legal
nonelderly residents with insurance is projected to rise from 82 percent in
2012 to 93 percent by 2022. According to the current estimates, from 2016
on, between 20 million and 23 million people will receive coverage through
the new insurance exchanges, and 16 million to 17 million people will be
enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP. Also, 3 million to 5 million fewer people
will have coverage through an employer compared with the number under prior
law."

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2. THE REPUBLICAN PARTY can legally (and from that narrow perspective
truthfully) energize their base of lemmings on the right side of the false
divide by parroting Chief Justice Roberts’ proclamation that its individual
mandate and therefore Obamacare represent a "tax increase" from a President
whose campaign promised no tax increases on the middle class, and who
personally and through his administration vowed repeatedly that Obamacare
was NOT a tax. In Obama’s own words:

2.a. "I can make a firm pledge. Under my plan, no family making less than
0,000 a year will see any form of tax increase. Not your income tax, not
your payroll tax, not your capital gains taxes, not any of your taxes."

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8erePM8V5U

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2.b. "I absolutely reject that notion," Obama said under repeated
questioning by Stephanopoulos. "For us to say that you’ve got to take a
responsibility to get health insurance is absolutely not a tax increase,"
Obama said. "You can’t just make up that language and decide that that’s
called a tax increase."

www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQMkOScXctY

tinyurl.com/7anf3w4

3. THE GLOBAL CORPORATIONS that control both the Democratic and Republican
Parties – and through that "Two-Party Tryanny" our government and all of us
– are the biggest beneficiaries of Obamacare. The global fascist elite 1%
could care less about improving the health of the other 99% or what new tax
burdens are placed on the backs of a middle-class struggling to survive yet
still desperately hanging on to the belief that somehow, someday they too
will be rich, famous and have their own Reality TV show if they just stay on
the treadmill and keep running. And by using the Congressional power to tax
rather than the Commerce Clause as the basis for his decision, corporate
puppet Chief Justice Roberts made sure the NFIB v. Sebelius ruling would
stir up a partisan political firestorm – and accompanying smokescreen – to
keep the Sheeple divided and fighting each other, blinded to the
white-collar crime being perpetrated by their common enemy:

Reaching far beyond the corporatization of medicine and privatization of
healthcare in America, the 1%’s objective with Obamacare was to establish a
constitutional legal precedent for individual mandates by which the wealthy
can become even wealthier simply by having their paid political puppets pass
laws mandating that we buy their corporate products and increase their
profits – regardless of whether we want, need or can afford them.

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Today, it’s overpriced health insurance. Tomorrow, it might be underpowered
Chevys.

Where are the Jeffersonians? And where is the outrage?

"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of
patriots and tyrants."–Thomas Jefferson

REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS: ALL PROBLEMS, NO SOLUTION.

END TWO-PARTY TYRANNY: OUR SECOND REVOLUTION!

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Marina, Kate, and Gregory have been working pretty much 24/7 to get people enrolled into health care. I know Gregory finished up his last one at 11 p.m. on the last night of open enrollment. It’s been a real marathon, but they’re champs.