April 21, 2018 is San Jacinto Day! About San Jacinto Day: Around the year of 1820, the area that is now Texas was part of Mexico, a newly independent country at the time. However, there was a strong desire for an independent Republic of Texas. In 1835, the Texas Declaration of Independence was … [Read more...] about Happy San Jacinto Day!
Today we are taken back to the American Revolutionary War, November 10, 1775, the birth of the United States Marine Corps. The day when the Corps became an official symbol of respect, strength and fortitude within the midst of chaos. Today we show respect to those of us who accepted the call to be … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday to the United States Marine Corp
“Given major federal budget cuts over the past three years, it’s no surprise that contractor growth rates are down. One class of small business, however, is resisting the trend. Service-disabled, veteran-owned small-business contracting has increased from $8.2 billion in 2008 to $14.5 billion in … [Read more...] about SDVOSB Contracting: Promising Market?
Hospitals and health systems in the U.S. are undergoing a dramatic shift in their business models due to a number of forces that are expected to eventually turn the industry on its head — from providers concerned with the volume of services they provide, to providers who focus on offering high-value … [Read more...] about 50 Things to Know About the Hospital Industry
By Bonnie Owens, senior vice president of Staff Care/AMN Healthcare April 25, 2013 - A rising tide of data and information is revealing the clear link between workforce solutions and success in healthcare reform. The latest is the 2013 Survey of Temporary Physician Staffing Trends by Staff Care, an … [Read more...] about The Workforce in Healthcare Reform: A New View of a Critical Situation