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How to recover from a bad electronic health records implementation [PODCAST]

“Is your health care organization reeling from a bad EHR implementation? There have been rumblings from hospital leadership and congressional committees about the Veterans Administration (VA) Hospitals’ implementation of the Cerner Corporation electronic health record (EHR) replacing the VistA EHR. The $ 10 million EHR overhaul has been controversial since the staggered rollout started in… Read More »

More Than 200,000 Have Already Died From the COVID Jab in the US

Yesterday, October 8, 2021, I published a Highwire exclusive interview with Deborah Conrad, a physician’s assistant who is blowing the whistle on COVID jab injuries, and the fact that these injuries are rarely reported because of a faulty VAERS database design. Today you’re in for yet another bombshell video: “Vaccine Secrets: COVID Crisis.” It’s the… Read More »

How to Recover From Overtraining

Overtraining is not something you want to be doing for a number of reasons. For one, training beyond what your body is able to endure comfortably is extremely taxing at the moment. You’re not going to enjoy yourself and you might give up when the result of that training doesn’t yield the results you expected.… Read More »

How to protect yourself from coronavirus now that things are back to normal – an expert guide

Now that things are back to normal, we still need to take precautions when protecting ourselves from coronavirus. Healthista spoke to the experts on how to protect yourself  Lockdown restrictions have been relaxed and 70 per cent of the adult population has now been vaccinated against COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean the virus has gone,… Read More »

‘An Arm and a Leg’: Tips for Fighting Medical Bills from ProPublica’s Marshall Allen

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen. Veteran health journalist Marshall Allen has been exposing health care grifters for years. Now, he’s written a book about how to fight them. Host Dan Weissmann spoke with Allen about some of the best tips from “Never Pay the First Bill: And Other Ways to Fight the… Read More »