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Social Media and Marketing Your Practice

You are so busy trying to keep your emails under control in your inbox, you may think you just don't have time for social media. But if one of your resolutions for the New Year is to grow your practice, you need to know how social media can help you achieve your goals.

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Best of Health Innovators in 2016

With the New Year upon us, Health Innovators is reflecting on 2016 and all of the incredible growth we've seen in the Central Florida healthcare ecosystem. Thi ...

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10 Pearls for Medical Start-ups

By KELLI MURRAY, Founder, MedSpeaks

The final year-end 'Health Innovators' meeting was paneled by three distinguished leaders within our Florida community: Bill Fair, director of Life Sciences Business Development at ...

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The Importance of Employee Engagement

A healthcare organization's success is impossible without the right team in place. The manager responsible for hir ...

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A Message from the Association of Independent Doctors

As we put a bow on 2016, and kick off a new year, let's take a minute to celebrate the strides we've made -- thanks to the wonderful support of our members. We still have a lot of work to do, but let's measure our progress by the distance we've traveled.

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Unprecedented Policy Agreement

AMA House of Delegates' 2016 Interim Meeting Included Changed Focus after Surprising Outcome of Presidential Election

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Big Data Delivers More Tools for Patients

By Fraser Cobbe

Orange County Medical Society

Seminole County Medical Society

The push for greater transparency and data analytics to assist patients in becoming educated consumers of health care continues unabashed. For the past several months our organiza ...

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CAPI Expands Philanthropic Outreach

Executive Committee Sets Goals for 2017

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Using Engineering Principles and Data to Perfect Healthcare

By BETH RUDLOFF

Stephanie Alexander was an unusual engineering student 30 years ago. Not only was she a woman, she wanted to focus her engineering skills on healthcare. "I love to learn, I'm constantly trying to le ...

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Very Serious Games

By COLIN FORWARD and KELLI MURRAY, MedSpeaks

"I can't blow up Memory Mall," jokes Dr. Deborah Beidel, "President Hitt told me I couldn't."

Dr. Beidel is a Pegasus Prof ...

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The State of Health Care Real Estate in Central Florida

As the ever changing world of health care continues to evolve, all eyes and attention are being directed toward the impact that this evolution has had on the state of Health Care Real Estate in Central Florida. It's no secret that there ...

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The Burgeoning Supplement Pie

A popular question posed to elementary school children - "What do you want to be when you grow up?" - finds many children drawn to the noble profession of being a doctor.

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Doctors And Hospitals Say 'Show Me The Money' Before Treating Patients

At many doctors' offices and hospitals, a routine part of doing business these days is estimating patients' out-of-pocket payments and trying to collect it up front.

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Slowing Down Hospital Discharge Requires Fast Action

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CAPI Prepares for Year-Ending Gala

Executive Committee Report: Great Strides in 2016

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Aging... A Reason to be Excited?
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It's Time for Physicians to Stand Tall!
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Study Offers Young Doctors Strategies To Deal With Discrimination
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Sponsored: Rent or Own? - That is the Question
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Rich History Spurs CAPI's Strong Development
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Feds Find Doctor Listings Often Wrong In Medicare Advantage Directories

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8 Common Myths and Truths about Mortgage Lending for Medical Professionals

By Brian Peck

Mortgage lending is a complicated world. There are 1000's of pages of laws and rules for every part of the loan process. There are unique jargon and acronyms that cloud good communication and understanding of the process by the consumer. There is a s ...

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An Administrator's Unique View Through the Patient Lens
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Why Academic Hospitals are Vital to Health Innovation
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For One Medical City Entrepreneur, the Best Years Began at "Retirement"

When the housing market started its decline in 2007, many realtors scrambled to maintain new listings. Within a year, most everyone had lost significant value in their homes, and the majority of homeowners who had purchased in the previous 5 years were now locked into ...

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