The next epidemic: mental illness

A long term for what the United States often does with the mentally ill is “storage”. Out of sight and out of mind. This ends. They are everywhere – on the streets, in our homes, in our schools and prisons. Emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic, America is overflowing with people with a wide range of … Read more

Inflation makes everyone spend more, but it may be the engine to save our money — and our planet

Inflation worries many Americans — a jump in the price of groceries and gas means paying more for fewer items, and potentially restricting any savings in the future. But it could also be an opportunity to rethink daily spending, and perhaps even help the environment. There is a link between consumer spending and climate change. … Read more

The story of a leader with mental illness

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Jeff Horvath, MBA, SHRM-SCP, shares his battle with severe anxiety and acute panic disorder. Content provided by BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital, dvm360 . Strategic Alliance Partner What role does mental illness play in some people’s ability to drive or climb the ladder of leadership? And how … Read more

New Zealand distributes additional funds to combat the “inflation storm” | Health, medicine and fitness

By Nick Perry – The Associated Press Wellington, New Zealand (AFP) – The New Zealand government said Thursday it will distribute a few hundred extra dollars to more than two million low-income adults to help them navigate what it describes as the “peak of a global inflation storm”. The payments are part of a package … Read more

Biden’s burdens are increasing: the global economic slowdown increases the problems of the United States | Health, medicine and fitness

By Josh Bock – The Associated Press Washington (AFP) – As President Joe Biden sets off for Asia Thursday, he faces a new danger at home for the economy and his Democratic Party: The global slowdown caused by the Russian invasion Ukraine and Chinese lockdown pandemic Cities and factories. The global economy cannot throw the … Read more

Rehabilitation Hospital in Montana integrates virtual reality technology and artificial intelligence into patient care | Country and Territory

Emily Schipper Dr. Jose Ortiz counted the minutes he spent in the back of an ambulance carrying him from Red Lodge to Billings. Timely treatment is essential to save one’s life or quality of life during a stroke. Ortiz had at least a 60-minute drive before he was admitted to the hospital. His medical school … Read more

The future outlook for technology-based personalized care in healthcare and life sciences

In the next five years, healthcare and life sciences organizations will experience unique disruptive forces presented by a digital-first world that will shape many aspects of the industrial landscape from value-based care to digital prescription treatments. A report by IDC Research, a leading global market research firm, provides some predictions about how organizations can navigate … Read more