National Women’s Health Week, established in 1991, is an annual observance that aims to encourage women to prioritize their health and well-being. This also sheds light on how access to affordable healthcare is a fundamental aspect of ensuring the well-being and empowerment of women.
This month we are featuring Megan McKiver, owner of Restoration Room, who opened her practice in January with the drive to provide a more holistic approach to skincare and wellness. Restoration room focuses on lifestyle, nutrition, mental wellness, cellular health, and minimally invasive aesthetic skin treatments to help clients reach their skin goals.
February 3rd marks the 174th National Women Physicians Day in which we recognize and honor the contributions and achievements of women in the medical field. From the first female physicians that broke through barriers to become pioneers in their field to modern-day physicians working in a variety of medical specialties, female physicians have played an integral role in the advancement of healthcare. Today, we are recognizing Dr. Marjorie Bisenius, DO, Family Medicine physician at Midwest Regional Health Services.
The road from residency to retirement can be long and complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. When planning for the future, it’s important to build a team of industry experts early on to help navigate those financial woes.
The banking industry has long been a major player in the healthcare space, providing financing for everything from medical equipment and facilities to providers themselves. In recent years, however, banks have become much more involved in the day-to-day operations of healthcare organizations through the development of new products and services specifically designed to help with the management of healthcare practices and organizations.
When you combine high-deductible health plans with high-cost services and a low-level of health literacy, it makes for a challenging situation. Unfortunately, that is the scenario for most of the United States, which often leaves patients in a precarious position.