Monthly Archives: September 2011

The reports of the move have been greatly exaggerated

Earlier this week, a television news station in Memphis erroneously reported that Rhodes College, a small liberal arts college in Midtown Memphis, is looking for new digs because it’s outgrowing its beautiful campus. The Rhodes College public affairs office dryly … Continue reading

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The book I loved

When I was about eight years old, I fell in love with a children’s biography about a girl named Lotta Crabtree. Who? I know, I know. I can hear you asking that question, and I don’t blame you. Lotta Crabtree … Continue reading

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ACOs and EHRs and HIT, oh my!

I was working on a freelance assignment about value-based purchasing models earlier this week for a health care newsletter. I frequently write for this particular newsletter, and I often tackle topics like the Affordable Care Act, health care workforce issues, … Continue reading

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