Celebrating its 25th anniversary, The Edna B. and Joyce Fay Washington Breast Cancer Foundation is funding mammograms and follow-up diagnostic care for the Natchez, Mississippi, community. We spoke to CEO and founder Joyce Washington Ivery on her dedication to helping others and the importance of early detection.
How much control do you have over your healthcare purchases? Healthcare is the only industry where it’s commonplace for the consumer to hand over so much control over what they spend to third parties. Fortunately, since everyone is a patient at some point, the law is on our side.
MDsave has just been named #152 on the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies, and we couldn’t be prouder. Not only is it a huge honor, but it means that healthcare in America is changing for the better.
Twenty-somethings like me tend to sweep healthcare under the rug due to time and money constraints, but with looming monopolies on hospital prices and rising healthcare costs, we have to learn how to play the game.
Whether you already take care of your health costs or will soon take over that responsibility from your parents after college, do your research on your options. Don’t worry–to save you the effort of researching on your own, I’ve laid out the important stuff for you.
Carmen is a passionate champion for taking control of your own health. As an American born in a socialist country, she shares her perspective on healthcare in the U.S., shopping for care, and being proactive.
What does it mean to be a “cool” vendor? According to Gartner’s 2018 Cool Vendor list, it means doing innovative, impactful, and pioneering work in your industry – for us, that’s Healthcare Providers.
Zeny is a postpartum nurse in California, who takes care of moms and babies after delivery. After 39 years in nursing, she has some wise words to share about becoming a nurse, the greatest reward, and self-care.
Hanan is a pediatric nurse in East Tennessee. She shares her passion to serve, her favorite part of being a pediatric nurse, and how nurses are a patient’s front line and advocate.
Lauren left the dot com world for medicine – first as a paramedic, then as a nurse. She speaks out on making the leap of faith, what makes a good nurse, and how nurses can help protect themselves from burnout.