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Celebrate National Nurses Week!
04 May

You don’t have to be a nurse to know that it is a hard career. Just observing nursing professionals in action, you know that they spend an average of 12 hours on their feet daily, deal with a range of personalities and emotions of patients and their families, and at times make life-and-death decisions for patients.

Are you sleepy too?
27 Apr

The sun begins to rise in all of its majestic wonder, birds are signing sweet songs outside your bedroom window, and it’s beginning to look like a beautiful new day. You, on the other hand, feel like you have just been hit by a truck. Your hair is a mess, and you can barely get yourself into the kitchen to pour yourself some cereal. You stagger through your house to prepare for your workday, and once you get to work you can’t even remember if you brushed your teeth.

The NEW www.FashionSealHealthcare.com
20 Apr

The NEW www.FashionSealHealthcare.com has officially launched! Built specifically with uniform decision makers and end-users in mind, our new website offers an interactive experience and user-friendly navigation.

Along with a fresh, cutting-edge look, the NEW Fashion Seal Healthcare® website is packed full of valued-added features and tools to help you:

Beryl Institute Patient Experience 2015 Conference Logo
15 Apr

I was fortunate to be among the 800 attendees at the Beryl Institute’s 2015 Patient Experience Conference in Dallas.  It was inspiring to hear first-hand accounts of many dedicated and passionate people who are making a difference in the lives of their patients.

The new care team: Physician assistants and nurse practitioners
08 Apr

On your next doctor visit you may see less of your physician and more of other familiar faces. Over the next decade, health officials are projecting a shortage of health care professionals, specifically physicians, brought about by health reform and an aging baby boomer generation. A 2015 study conducted for the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) estimates that the U.S. will be short some 46,000 to 90,000 physicians by 2025. With the looming physician shortage, there is growing demand for physician assistants and nurse practitioners to fill the void.  

Distress Thermometer by National Comprehensive Cancer Network Panel
06 Apr

In addition to the vital signs of temperature, respiration, heart rate, blood pressure and pain, is it time for health care professionals to recognize emotional distress as a core indicator of a patient's health and well-being?   

Despite the acknowledgment by Oncologists and Administrators of the importance of the psychosocial side of a disease, there has been little effort to modify clinical practice, expand hospital budgets to pay for these ser¬vices, or implement policy changes for third-party coverage of this crit¬ical component of patient care.

Top Healthcare Posts of 2015
01 Apr

Pick up your morning coffee or afternoon tea, kick back and put your feet up, while you get caught up on the top five healthcare posts of 2015.

Fashionpoly™ Scrubs by Fashion Seal Healthcare®
25 Mar

It’s not very often that you hear fashion mentioned in the same sentence as healthcare, but over the past few years’ cutting edge technology has entered the field of healthcare fabrics.  These new fabrics are referred to as smart fabrics and are estimated to be worth over $400 million, with a growth potential of approximately 20 percent per year.

Health Concerns for Americans
18 Mar

When you think of who in America is most concerned about the state of their health the answer is obvious - people with health issues.  Surprisingly however, this is not completely accurate. Nearly 31% of Americans report being very concerned about their health and the broad range issues that impact health, according to NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston.*   As the face of healthcare has changed over the last few years, more and more Americans are concerned about what it will mean for them should they become ill.  

Health 2.0: Social media & healthcare
16 Mar

With advancements in technology, it is only natural that the healthcare field would take advantage of the rapid waves of communication. The phenomenon, appropriately called Health 2.0, refers to how user-generated social media platforms, such as blogs, Facebook or Twitter, are being used as a means to promote collaboration between patients and various stakeholders in the healthcare industry.

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