Some really great articles have come across my desk recently about how to deal with and reduce the amount of stress in our lives. Stress in and of itself can take a toll on our health, and let’s face it - when we are stressed we may not make the healthiest decisions for ourselves (in the food and drinks we consume, etc.). While most of us are familiar in dealing with the normal day-to-day stressors, there are moments where stress can challenge us beyond our normal coping ability – and we are left feeling anxious, irritable, and overwhelmed.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed by Congress in 1996 to make healthcare providers have safeguards in place to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patients’ private health information (PHI). In 2013 after much technical and digital growth, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has introduced additional compliance requirements that providers and their business associates will need to implement by the September 23rd, 2013 deadline.
As students, we all have our own type of learning style. Our learning style defines how we take in, understand and process information as well as impacts our ability to problem-solve. Most of us have more than one learning style, but there is often one dominant method that we relate to more than the others – a personal combination that is uniquely ours. It’s important to note that no one learning style is superior to the others. In fact, we should always work at developing our less dominant styles to help us adapt to all types of instruction. Understanding your own personal learning st
In today’s busy world, many people are finding it difficult to go back to school to take courses for career advancement, career changes, or simply to learn something new. Taking courses online has proven to be an excellent option, making it easier than ever for students to obtain the education they desire.