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In many cases, rules actually produce unintended consequences that are far worse than the behaviors we are trying to shape.

Credit card security breaches have many turning to an old-fashioned solution.  http://michaelbabikian.com/2014/03/04/unintended-consequences-of-the-credit-card-security-breaches/

Credit card security breaches have many turning to an old-fashioned solution. http://michaelbabikian.com/2014/03/04/unintended-consequences-of-the-credit-card-security-breaches/

Intermediate Home Care Coding Seminar   with Lisa Selman-Holman  JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COSC, HCS-O.  Erroneous coding can have horrible unintended consequences for the patient whose medical record becomes contaminated by diagnoses that they don't have. At the home health agency level, coding impacts reimbursement, risk adjustment & impact quality outcomes. There's a lot riding on the accurate assignment of codes.

Intermediate Home Care Coding Seminar with Lisa Selman-Holman JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COSC, HCS-O. Erroneous coding can have horrible unintended consequences for the patient whose medical record becomes contaminated by diagnoses that they don't have. At the home health agency level, coding impacts reimbursement, risk adjustment & impact quality outcomes. There's a lot riding on the accurate assignment of codes.

Measles Vaccines Part I; Ineffectiveness of Vaccination and Unintended Consequences. ~ by Dr Viera Scheibner (PhD)

Measles Vaccines Part II; Benefits of Contracting Measles ~ by Dr Viera Scheibner (PhD). This is fascinating. Contracting live measles virus reduces risk of asthma and allergies and has been studied for it's cancer-destroying effects.

The risk to human health and the environment posed by coal seam gas can be managed but “unintended consequences” due to accidents, human error and natural disasters are inevitable, the state’s top scientist says.

The risk to human health and the environment posed by coal seam gas can be managed but “unintended consequences” due to accidents, human error and .

Managing acute heavy menstrual bleeding Recommendations for hormonal regimens to halt blood loss in the outpatient Publish date: JAN 01, 2014 Print By: Anita L. Nelson, MD   - See more at: http://contemporaryobgyn.modernmedicine.com

A study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has found that the risk of bipolar disorder may be quadrupled among children whose mothers contracted influenza in pregnancy.

School Sports and Kids: What is the Impact of a Concussion? | More parents need to be aware of these facts!

School Sports and Kids: What is the Impact of a Concussion? (Infographic) -

Jarring Concussion Dangers In High School And College Football. of student athletes with concussions get back on the field too soon. Don't put yourself or your child at risk. Make sure your coaches and athletic trainers are putting player safety first.

Hrm 520 week 3 assignment 1 systems consideration in hris strayer latest

Hrm 520 week 3 assignment 1 systems consideration in hris strayer latest

Health Care Security Breach Infographic -1

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There are hundreds of research studies going back decades showing that setting goals can increase people's performance.  Most have heard the goal-setting mantra that goals should be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-targeted (S.M.A.R.T.); but few recognise the dangers of poor goal-setting and the unintended consequences that can follow.

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Which is why many are now questioning how a 34-year-old Goldman Sach high-yield trader, Tom Malafronte, managed to make $100mm while maintaining compliance with federal banking regulations.  As a senior trader of Skyland Capital told the Wall Street Journal, “It goes against everything we’ve been seeing the last three years."

Removal of Dodd-Frank could once again lead to economic growth as banks would be incentivized to lend to businesses

The Hidden Risk of Running a MarathonRunning is a great workout, and it comes with all of the heart-strengthening benefits of aerobic exercise. But doing it for long distances—like in a...

The Hidden Risk of Running a MarathonRunning is a great workout, and it comes with all of the heart-strengthening benefits of aerobic exercise. But doing it for long distances—like in a.

The decision to look at failures for answers is a bold one. Policy makers, planners and implementers have a tendency to look through prisms of success in framing working policies, programs and results when justifying them. Despite this, we still tend to address failures indirectly by looking at risk, critical success factors, unintended outcomes or consequences, and negative impacts to name a few.

Fail-Safe Management

The decision to look at failures for answers is a bold one. Policy makers, planners and implementers have a tendency to look through prisms of success in framing working policies, programs and results when justifying them. Despite this, we still tend to address failures indirectly by looking at risk, critical success factors, unintended outcomes or consequences, and negative impacts to name a few.

The ineffectiveness of vaccination indicate that the incidence of measles has increased and has not continued decreasing as it did for some 100 years before any type of measles vaccination was introduced.

ZERO U. Measles Deaths in 10 Years, but Over 100 Measles Vaccine Deaths Reported- Measles Mortality Rates Timeline and Vaccine Introduction

What REALLY Kills Us by Dr. David Katz is an article about how chronic disease is not killing us but is the effect of the factors that are really killing us such as smoking, not enough physical activity, and poor diet choices. I think Dr. Katz said it best that "by changing what we eat and how we live, we can alter the expression of our very genes in a way that immunizes us against chronic disease occurrence, recurrence, or progression."

What REALLY Kills Us

Disease-Proof: The Remarkable Truth About What Makes Us Well/David L. Katz M.

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