HealthLine Systems’ Clients Are Well Represented Among the Nation’s Most Prosperous Healthcare Organizations

HealthLine Systems’ Clients Are Well Represented Among the Nation’s Most Prosperous Healthcare Organizations












(PRWEB) August 17, 2011

Becker’s Hospital Review has identified the 50 top grossing for-profit hospitals in the United States, according to CMS cost report data analyzed by American Hospital Directory. Twenty-eight percent or 14 of these 50 financially successful healthcare organizations use one or more software solutions from HealthLine Systems.

HealthLine Systems’ CEO Dan Littrell commented: “We’re proud of our clients included among the nation’s most financially prosperous healthcare organizations. HealthLine Systems’ industry-leading software solutions help our clients improve access to care, strengthen relationships with consumers and physicians, move toward paperless provider credentialing, track and trend patient safety incidents, and document improvements in quality.”

HealthLine’s specialized software packages and consulting services assist clients to meet their unique challenges with physician credentialing, quality assurance, contact centers, and managed care. HealthLine Systems is recognized as a leading supplier of provider data management software designed to promote healthcare standards, reduce costs, and enhance patient satisfaction.

About HealthLine Systems

HealthLine Systems offers EchoCredentialing, web-based credentialing and provider management software; EchoQuality, an integrated and comprehensive quality management software solution that supports patient safety and regulatory compliance initiatives and EchoAccess, healthcare’s first fully web-enabled contact center solution with a web-browser user interface. All product lines are offered as either hosted/cloud or as installed solutions.

HealthLine Systems’ client base represents over a thousand distinguished healthcare organizations in 50 states, Canada and Mexico. Incorporated in 1985, HealthLine is committed to provide peerless information management solutions to maximize the quality and delivery of healthcare services through technological innovation. For more information, visit HealthLine Systems’ website at http://www.healthlinesystems.com

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Make The Most of Yourself and Let Your Life Flow, ?Make Your Imagination Rich? Marks Your Place in the World

Make The Most of Yourself and Let Your Life Flow, “Make Your Imagination Rich” Marks Your Place in the World










Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) April 14, 2006

Everyday we are faced with unpleasant circumstances that cause us to go into fits of worry, fear, frustration and anger. Unfortunately, these stress-related emotions corrode our inner health. In 2000/2001, over one-quarter of Canadian adults had stated that their lives were either quite stressful or extremely stressful (Source: Statistics Canada, Health Reports). These were due to time pressures, work-related pressures, financial problems and other social pressures. This can lead to the loss of your most valuable tool: your self-respect.

“It’s not a pleasant feeling when you lose your self-respect,” states Shawn Bent, author of “Make Your Imagination Rich” (Intuitive Insights Publishing; 2006; $ 20.95/trade paperback; ISBN 0-9739743-0-3). “You feel like you’ve lost your place in the world, you lose control over your life and you forget about what makes you unique and special.” When Bent forgot about himself, he felt that he had suffered terrible consequences.

He then wanted out of such an emotional turmoil. When he started learning about the imagination and started applying some of the concepts, his life improved dramatically. “Make Your Imagination Rich” was then brought to life. Instead of being written in the traditional self-help fashion of lists and instructions, the book is written in a very thought-filled and reflective style. This allows readers to relate to the information by calling upon their own thoughts and automatically engaging in constructive actions as a result.

Readers will learn about the imagination and how it affects their outer lives. Instead of formal instructions, the book is organized in a way that uses metaphors to interconnect the concepts of personal development while relating those concepts to subjects in our daily lives. Analogies are also used to help explain concepts further and also to help engage the reader’s thoughts even more. If you are tired of struggling and want to establish clarity and understanding in life, then this book is for you.

This book also emphasizes the importance of inner health. “Once you overload your inner self with negative thoughts and feelings, your outer life’s circumstances will be adversely affected as well,” adds Bent, who has succeeded in conquering his own inner demons.

This book appeals to everyone, both young and old. Ultimately, “Make Your Imagination Rich” will enable people to view life creatively, constructively and curiously.

Shawn Bent is a writer who lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He is a member of Toastmasters International and is also a graduate of Algonquin College.

For more information on Shawn Bent, or to schedule an interview, contact Mr. Bent directly.

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I Love Rewards Announces The 50 Most Engaged Workplaces? in Canada

I Love Rewards Announces The 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in Canada










Toronto and San Francisco (PRWEB) August 23, 2011

I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, today announces the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in Canada and the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in the United States. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging their employees. It has grown this year to honor 50 companies in the US and 50 companies in Canada.

More employers are realizing that the most successful organizations are those that invest in employee engagement,” said Razor Suleman, CEO and Founder, I Love Rewards. “We’re thrilled to honor those companies that are truly committed to creating positive, thriving work environments. These companies understand that their employees are their greatest asset and are leading by example as they revolutionize the workplace. All of our award winners are ahead of the curve – they should be extremely proud.”

The 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ award panel of judges evaluated each applicant on how they measured up to other organizations based on the Eight Elements of Employee Engagement™. The Eight Elements of Employee Engagement™ include: Communication, Leadership, Culture, Rewards & Recognition, Professional & Personal Growth, Accountability & Performance, Vision & Values and Corporate Social Responsibility.

“It’s increasingly apparent that an engaged workplace is an invaluable competitive advantage in the modern workplace,” said Debbie McGrath, CEO and Founder, HR.com. “HR.com is honored to join I Love Rewards in recognizing these forward-thinking organizations.”

The 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in Canada in alphabetical order include:

1-800-GOT-JUNK?

3M

All Weather Windows

Apex Distribution Inc.

BC Housing

Blinds To Go Inc.

BP Canada Energy Company

Bruce Power

Calgary Co-operative Association Ltd.

Ceridian Canada Ltd.

Cineplex Entertainment

ConAgra Foods Canada Inc.

Contingent Workforce Solutions Inc.

Dayforce

Edelman Canada

Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort

Eli Lilly Canada Inc.

Empathica Inc.

FIRMA Foreign Exchange Corporation

Flight Centre

Gap Adventures

Genesis Hospitality

Golf Town

Hydro Ottawa Group of Companies

IQ Partners Inc.

Kootenay Savings Credit Union

KPMG

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd.

Mayhew

Meridian

Milestones Bar + Grill

Molson Coors Canada

National Leasing Group Inc.

Netsuite Inc.

peopleCare Inc.

Polar Mobile

Rogers Business Care

RONA

Siemens Canada Limited

Sirius Canada Inc.

Speakers’ Spotlight

Starwood Canada

TeraGo Networks Inc.

The Johnson Corporation

Trillium Health Centre

Varicent Software Incorporated

We Care Home Health Services

Westminster Savings Credit Union

Workopolis

XMG Studio Inc.

Recipients of the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ award will be honored at the awards gala on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at the Arcadian Court. Click here to reserve your seat.

About I Love Rewards:

I Love Rewards is an employee recognition solution that helps companies recognize brilliant performance and empowers employees to choose their own rewards. Unlike traditional service award programs, I Love Rewards creates authentic moments of recognition that resonate with workers of every generation.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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Alcohol Remains the Most Commonly Abused Substance in America

Alcohol Remains the Most Commonly Abused Substance in America










Canadian, OK (PRWEB) September 16, 2005

The annual National Survey on Drug Use and Health released its findings last week and revealed that over 22 percent of the American population (55 million people) ages 12 and older were binge drinkers in the past month. Binge drinking is defined as having five or more alcoholic beverages on the same occasion. More than 7 million binge drinkers were under the age of 21.

The report also said that over 16 million people were heavy drinkers, which is defined as binge drinking at least five days in the past month. These statistics were similar to the national estimates for the two previous surveys as well, showing little change in our nation’s alcohol consumption.

The survey showed that the age range that participated in the most illicit drug use (18-25) also had the highest rates of alcohol abuse. In this group just over 41 percent were binge drinkers and 12 percent were heavy drinkers.

Due to these statistics, the National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse created a website with information about college binge drinking. A fact sheet on this site reports that there are 1,700 deaths each year from alcohol-related accidents, nearly 600,000 injuries, almost 700,000 assaults, close to 100,000 sexual assaults and another 100,000 students between the ages of 18 and 24 who reported being too drunk to even know if they consented to having sex.

“Alcoholism can often be more difficult to overcome than what some people consider to be harder drugs, like cocaine, meth or heroin,” comments Luke Catton, supervisor at the drug rehabilitation center Narconon Arrowhead. Catton speaks from first-hand experience, having beaten his own addiction to alcohol more than six years ago. “Being a legal drug that is socially acceptable, it takes a lot of work to change behavioral patterns in our culture, and making people more aware of the dangers is a first step.”

Narconon Arrowhead is one of the nation’s largest and most successful alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs and it uses the proven drug-free approach developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health is an annual estimate of the substance abuse problem in the United States conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The results of the survey are released each year at the beginning of September, which is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month.

For more information on drugs and addiction or to find help for a loved one in need of effective rehabilitation, contact Narconon Arrowhead today at 1-800-468-6933 or visit http://www.stopaddiction.com.

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