Are you a good communicator? I think most of us would say that we are pretty decent, but could probably improve our communication skills. How does poor communication affect claims in correctional healthcare? Here’s an example and a few statistics. This is a true story. A 37 year old male was arrested and put in jail Continue Reading »
Written on February 1, 2013 at 11:51 pm, by Ben Newman
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