September 2007 Issue
Edition: Vol 15 Number 09
HIDA in Boston 2007
Going to the show? Here's everything you'll need to know, from the exhibitors' booth numbers to the day-to-day scheduling.
The elusive quality goal
Ask the expert
Smart business sense helps one distributor straddle two industries.
Making a Difference
Katie Talk is Tri-anim's Ziegelbein Award winner
Positively Bill Comella
Recently retired McKesson sales veteran is grateful for what life has life has given him
Harold Pate honored with HIRA award
The Precise Pitch
The three essentials of telling 'em what you do
Off the Mat
How to get up when you're down.
The Brink of a Career
Nate Scholz,winner of National Collegiate Sales Competition, seems to have what it takes.
How do doctors think? You might not want to know
Book Review: "How Doctors Think," by Jerome Groopman, M.D., 2007 Houghton Mifflin Company.
Chances are you spend a lot of time in your car. Here's some automotive-related news that might help you appreciate your home-away-from-home a little more.
There's change ahead for Kansas institutions
Plastic surgeons shift from reconstructive to cosmetic surgery.
Small Hospitals, Big Opportunity
Small hospital customers add up for distributor sales reps.
Ready for Liftoff
Med-surg dealers may find skyrocketing sales in the home telehealth market
On the spot
Quick thinking by MDG's Rebecca White saved a life.
Not at Any Price
Supreme Court decision says it's OK in some circumstances for manufacturers to set minimum resale prices.
The Life Lines
A1c testing offers physicians immediate feedback for their patients
Curt Collier's family tree has 29,000 or 30,000 names on it ...and that's not even counting Bulldog Nation.
Trust funds are not just for the ultra-wealthy.
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