October 2007 Issue
Edition: Vol 15 Number 10
Excellence in sales Awards 2007
Focus on Long-term Care
Ask the Expert
Unlike many other retail clinics that are staffed nurse practitioners, doctors work in Wal-Mart's clinics and they treat most non-emergency illnesses, such as strep throat and ear infections. Cost average between $40 and $65 per visit and most retail clinics accept patients' insurance
First Name Basis
One successful distributor know the true value of relationships.
Every Piece Counts
MMS National Sales Metting
Duct Tape and Underwear
How to create relationships that stick
Selling Customers on a great iDea
What businesses can learn form the iPhone phenomenon
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.
Intermountain doesn't mind looking outside the industry for tricks of the trade
Is Healthcare Reform for Real this Time?
Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon believes the stars are in alignment for comprehensive,
Editor's note: The following article ran in the July/August 2007 issue of The Journal of Healthcare Contracting.
Meet the Repertoire Long-term Care Council
Repertoire relies on the experience of our readers to keep us on top of key trends. This month we introduce a handful of professionals who have agreed to be our “eyes and ears” as we take a closer, continuing look at the long-term-care industry.
Healing the System
In spite of challenges facing long-term care facilities, administrators maintain high healthcared standards
To the Max
Whether climbing mountains or facing competition in the field, Marc Brier is always moving forward.
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