Monthly Archives: October 2012

ManuaLife: Masters of Compliance

An acquaintance related this story.  It gives me a newfound respect for the management style that has made ManuaLife the efficient and profitable company that it is today.  Allow me to tell the story from my friend’s observations, though I … Continue reading

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On Condominium Governance: bylaws, declarations and sales agreements

I get disappointed about the thought process when I read, from managers and condo boards, that a policy is a certain way because of ” bylaws, declarations and sales agreement schedules which dictate” what the residents – the owners – … Continue reading

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Study: At-Risk Teenagers Interested in Online Health Record Access

Study: At-Risk Teenagers Interested in Online Health Record Access Interesting review of original research that suggests teenagers are a frequently overlooked community in terms of their interest in their own health care. Related article at FierceIT: http://www.fiercehealthit.com/story/study-high-risk-teens-open-online-health-records/2012-10-22 Original research: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2012/10/15/peds.2012-1653.abstract?sid=4a341515-ae0c-4137-94e4-f6aa6f403f72 

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Cafe or Library?

I frequently stop in at the library during the day. Recently, as I was looking around inside, I noticed that most people don’t actually go there for the books any more.  Most had computers.  Or were studying, writing in notebooks. … Continue reading

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