When it comes to information technology, many Ontario medical practices are still more “Leave It To Beaver” than “Jetsons.” In that respect, Canada is falling behind other developed countries in integrating health care through new technologies. Richard Alvarez, the recently … Continue reading →
Working in public relations and government relations requires a lot of reading, watching and listening to the news. Knowing what is being reported helps to shape the narratives we develop for our clients and the discussions we have on their behalf.
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It’s easy to get carried away with the continual promise of better health care through technology. From the IBM Watson super computer to vending machines that dispense pharmaceuticals, we are likely on the cusp of a new wave of technology … Continue reading →
It seems there are two choices with regards to executive compensation. The first is to simply place executives on salary and expect them to do the job they get paid for. That’s how rank and file employees get paid. The … Continue reading →