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Service Delivery VS. Service Excellence: Opposing Forces During the Patient Encounter and How to Overcome Them By William R. Johnson, CRA, FAHRA, MBA
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In the typical healthcare setting, the operational logistics of service delivery are left-brain oriented—calculated, analytical, purposeful, and often orchestrated by policies, procedures, and... More > processes that ensure predictable outcomes in quality and safety. Patients, however, assess the care they receive from a right-brain perspective—intuitive, emotional, and impulsive. Even though they recognize that technical and diagnostic skills are vital, the lasting impressions formed by patients and families revolve around not just the treatment itself, but in how they are treated. That becomes the standard by which they judge the overall healthcare experience. Service Delivery vs. Service Excellence explores the opposing forces at work during the patient healthcare journey and the measures that can be taken to create caring cultures that result in highly satisfied patients. You too can create outstanding patient experiences.< Less
Service Delivery vs. Service Excellence: Opposing Forces during the Patient Encounter and How to Overcome Them By William R. Johnson, CRA, FAHRA, MBA
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In the typical healthcare setting, the operational logistics of service delivery are left-brain oriented—calculated, analytical, purposeful, and often orchestrated by policies, procedures, and... More > processes that ensure predictable outcomes in quality and safety. Patients, however, assess the care they receive from a right-brain perspective—intuitive, emotional, and impulsive. Even though they recognize that technical and diagnostic skills are vital, the lasting impressions formed by patients and families revolve around not just the treatment itself, but in how they are treated. That becomes the standard by which they judge the overall healthcare experience. Service Delivery vs. Service Excellence explores the opposing forces at work during the patient healthcare journey and the measures that can be taken to create caring cultures that result in highly satisfied patients. You too can create outstanding patient experiences.< Less
Congressional Research Service: “Who Is a Veteran?”—Basic Eligibility for Veterans’ Benefits (CRS Report R42324, January 23, 2012) By Congressional Research Service
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A broad range of benefits are offered to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and to certain members of their families by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Among these benefits are various... More > types of financial assistance, including monthly cash payments to disabled veterans, health care, education, and housing benefits. Basic criteria must be met to be eligible to receive any of the benefits administered by the VA. This report examines the basic eligibility criteria for VA administered veterans’ benefits, including the issue of eligibility of members of the National Guard and reserve components. *** The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is Congress’s nonpartisan think tank and produces over 3,000 reports and studies per year for Congress. They include lawyers, economists, reference librarians, and scientists. CRS reports are highly regarded as in-depth, accurate, objective, and timely. They are not routinely made available to the public and are highly coveted by researchers.< Less
New Markets Tax Credit: IRS Audit Technique Guide By Internal Revenue Service
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The New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) Program, enacted by Congress as part of the Community Renewal Tax Relief Act of 2000, is incorporated as section 45D of the Internal Revenue Code. This Code section... More > permits individual and corporate taxpayers to receive a credit against federal income taxes for making Qualified Equity Investments (QEIs) in qualified community development entities (CDEs). These investments are expected to result in the creation of jobs and material improvement in the lives of residents of low-income communities. Examples of expected projects include financing small businesses, improving community facilities such as daycare centers, and increasing home ownership opportunities. A “low-income community” is defined as any population census tract where the poverty rate for such tract is at least 20% or in the case of a tract not located within a metropolitan area, median family income for such tract does not exceed 80 of statewide median family income...< Less
Pizza Restaurant: IRS Audit Techniques Guide By Internal Revenue Service
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A project was conducted by the Providence District on the pizza industry. Because pizza restaurants are basically cash businesses, the potential for skimming exists. The type of entities discussed in... More > this guide are the family owned mom and pop types of establish- ments. The "chain" or "franchise" types of pizza parlors are not addressed in this guide due to the nature of their operations, that is, the close control maintained by the franchise of these establishments does not lend itself to the approaches discussed in this guide. Overall, documentation of income and expenses in this industry has been found to be lacking. In most instances, the cash register tapes are not retained and income is not deposited intact. There is generally little or no documentation to verify the gross receipts reported on the tax return. Purchases are often paid in cash and the purchase invoices are not kept. Employees are often paid in cash, sometimes, in order to avoid the payroll taxes.< Less
The Furnace Group - Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site Elverson, Pennsylvania (Historic Structure Report) By National Park Service
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Hopewell Furnace is a charcoal- fueled, cold- blast furnace that was originally constructed by Ironmaster Mark Bird in 1770- 71. Cast iron produced at Hopewell was molded as cannon and shot for use... More > during the American Revolution. The furnace was also known for its stoves, the earliest surviving model dated 1772.1 Financial difficulties caused Bird and his partner to lose the furnace to a creditor in 1786, and the property passed through several owners between 1786 and 1800. Stability was finally established in 1800, when the furnace was purchased by a partnership of the Buckley and Brooke families. However, legal disputes resulted in the furnace being out of blast from 1808 to 1815, followed by extensive repairs to the works in 1816. Products of the furnace from 1800 to 1845 were pig iron, stove plates, and mixed castings. After 1845, production shifted to pig iron, plus small amounts of mixed castings. Improvements made in the 1880s included repair and rebuilding of the charcoal house and shed...< Less
Family Guy In War By Brandon Guthrie
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The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 13. Family Resources, Family Websites By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of contact information, organization addresses and websites for many areas dealing with families including a state-by-state listing of family websites. Practical household books start... More > at #640 and go to #649 at the library. There are many food preparation books at #641, child rearing at #649. 640. Household Stuff. 641. Food and drink. 642. Food and meal service. 643. Home improvement. 644. Household utilities. 645. Household furnishings. 646. Clothing, cosmetics, love, family issues. 647. Housekeeping. 648. Household sanitation. 649. Family life, child rearing, home nursing. For information about educating children in the academic sense as opposed to the parenting sense, refer to my education book or go to #370 to #379 and #792-793 (educational recreation activities) at the library. Children's education is at #372-373 at the library where you should find information about children's books.< Less
Retours of Services of Heirs Volume C 1700-1859 By Bruce Durie
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The Retours of Services of Heirs represent possibly the greatest unused resource for Scottish genealogy and land history, but are not widely available and thus are largely unknown. Essentially, they... More > are abbreviated abstracts of the records of inheritance, the continuity of heritable possession of land and certain associated rights and responsibilities. The original Retours themselves are often long and complicated, and mostly in Latin, but they were indexed and abbreviated into the form presented here. The first series of Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis Retornatarum, quae in Publicis Archivis Scotiae Adhuc Servantvr (Inquiries Retourned to the Chancery of our Lord the King which are Held in the Archives of Scotland) recorded Retours from 1544 to 1699. This book adds to the accompanying Volumes A and B, with the Retours of Services of Heirs 1700-1859. The Retours 1700–1859 can be searched by decade and surname. There is additional material by Dr. Bruce Durie< Less
Retours of Services of Heirs 1544-1699 Vol B By Bruce Durie
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This book and the accompanying Volume A (Aberdeen-Kirkcudbright) are composed from the three volumes together called Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis Retornatarum, quae in Publicis Archivis... More > Scotiae Adhuc Servantur (Inquiries Retourned to the Chancery of our Lord the King which are Held in the Archives of Scotland) from 1544 to 1699). These records, informally known as Retours of Services of Heirs, represent possibly the greatest unused resource for Scottish genealogy and land history, but are not widely available and thus are largely unknown. Essentially, they are abbreviated abstracts of the records of inheritance, the continuity of heritable possession of land and certain associated rights and responsibilities. The original Retours themselves are often long and complicated, and mostly in Latin, but they were indexed and abbreviated into the form presented here. The Retours can be searched by County, then by surname and placename. With additional material and a Latin glossary by Dr. Bruce Durie< Less

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