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Monday, December 28, 2015

More crap from my favorite school, Penn foster

I am having a difficult time with this book.  Professional reference websites say the correct answers, yet this book always has something different.  There is an obvious mistake on p. 191.   Q.1 under EHR review:  MMR injections are given subq.  In real life, that would be dangerous and a lawsuit.  I would suggest choosing a more professional reference next time.  This book is poorly written and is not descriptive of the way EHR is really done.  I'm sorry, I cannot wait until I am out of this horrible program and even more horrible school.  Wow, I guess you really do get what you pay for.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Hopefully, this works!

Thank you for the lovely flowers; however, I would like for your family to stop contacting me by phone, by text, by email, by letter, by Facebook, by Twitter, or any other way. Please do not contact me again. Please respect my right to privacy as I respect yours.

We are not legally, emotionally, or otherwise bound in any way.  My legal father was simply married to you for 6 years.  He is all yours.  I thank God every day that he was not my real father.

Background Checks

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You're Not Alone If... - LIGHT'S HOUSE

You're Not Alone If... - LIGHT'S HOUSE

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Belarc Advisor - Free Personal PC Audit, for software, hardware and security configuration information on your computer. Software license management, IT asset management, cyber security audits, and more.

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Ending Small Business Failure - #SmallBizLady | Melinda Emerson

Ending Small Business Failure - #SmallBizLady | Melinda Emerson

eCrafty.com's Quick Ideas for Beading, Crafts, & Jewelry Making Fun

Living Very Frugally

1.  Avoid cities, either living there or buying there.  They are very expensive.
2.  Find food banks, clothing banks in your area, sign up for food stamps.
3. Shop at thrift stores, furniture is cheaper.
4. Peruse adds, online or in print, for items you need.  If it's clean, it's usable.
5. Look for real sales, deep discount sales.
6. Make a profit when working.  If you are paying out gas and car expenses, compare them with what you are being paid.
7. Pay credit card debt off right away  Interest is expensive.
8. Buy generic.  Most items perform the same as brand items.  No one really needs $25 shampoo.  Your hair is dead after it grows out.  Everyone gets wrinkles when they age.  Coloring your grey hair at home is cheaper.  Find a cheaper hair cutter.
9. Make sure actually you actually need the prescriptions your health care provider prescribes.  Get a 2nd opinion. Same process with treatments or surgeries.
10. Avoid extras, buying coffee or food out.  Try to avoid impulse items.
11. Cheaper education is not always better. Unfortunately, it is very expensive.  Try to find the best for your budget.  Go to community college first then transfer if that is cheaper.  Can you get an online certificate cheaper?  Maybe.  Look around.  There are also many free classes online if you do not need the credential.
12. Reuse the back of paper in the printer.  Don't print extra pictures in the page.  Paste the page into Word and delete the ads and pictures.  Use EcoFont for less ink usage.
13. Get basic cable or watch free shows on the Internet.
14. Look for free stuff.
15. Avoid specialty or boutique stores unless absolutely necessary.  There is usually a substitute for a more expensive item.
16.  If you don't make the same income as your parents do or did, you cannot spend money you do not or will not ever have.

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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Why are commercials so annoying

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8 Core Functions of EHR - http://ehrlogistics.weebly.com/-ehr-core-functions.html

Capabilities of an Electronic Health Record System:
1.) Health  information and data-patient data using defined data sets and interfaces with
  related medical treatment and diagnostic reporting systems.
2.) Results management-electronic reporting of tests, consultations, and related patient

      3.) Order entry and management- electronic order entry with allergy, interaction, and
  laboratory report interfaces.

4.) Decision support-reminders, prompts, diagnosis and disease management information,  adverse event, disease outbreak, and bioterrorism tracking.
5.) Electronic communication and connectivity-exchange of healthcare data across providers  within and outside a care setting to support continuity of care, including
telemedicine and telemonitoring options.
6.) Patient support- patient education and home based telemedicine

7.) Administrative processes-electronic scheduling, billing and claims management, and
identification of those appropriate for clinical trials or focused disease  management.
8.) Reporting and population health management-quality management and regulatory

Monday, December 14, 2015

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Proud of Myself

had a moment today.. thinking what awful presents my boyfriends have all gotten me, but I got through it!  Ed always got me something really crappy, the first 2 yrs, a sweatshirt with a tractor on it or leftovers that were on sale at some store or re-gifts. He actually spent $50 for me for Xmas last yr.  Not like he didn't have the money.  This is someone with about 30 expensive guns, 3 cars (even though they're old), and an old truck. Like I was an afterthought.

When we went Xmas shopping, he would spend good money to impress his relatives with his gifts for them, making me feel like nothing.  It sure kept  me in my place, didn't it?

He'll find out he can't be Mr. Spendthrift or Johnny well-dressed Hunter as he gets to taking care of his house.  He never even paid rent in his whole life, never  lived by himself.  He'll sure be living by himself for the next 30 yrs at least, now.

What a f'ing jerk!

One boyfriend gave me a nightgown his daughter could have worn, one gave me a watch a 5-yr-old could have worn and of all things, a gadget to soak my feet in.

None of these guys was poor.

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Your Medical Records

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Ha, ha

Clinton didn't inhale.  If he had, but didn't actually perform the act of smoking, would that make him guilty by reason of inhalation?

Thursday, December 10, 2015

The Best Reference Sites For Medical Students

Hey guys

The joke is on you.  Women have never marries "up."  When women get married, they are always marrying down because most men are lazy, manipulative, narcissistic, screwups.

You want to have kids, you say?  Well, there is a good reason men can't have kids as stated above.  Plus, why in the world would we want copies of you?  There are already plenty of screwed-up people in the world.

The Appalling "Ridiculously Smart Guide to Facebook & Twitter Advertising" given by SEJ

I caught the end of this webinar because it was advertised at the wrong time in the email.  I was appalled at Larry Kim and his antisocial attitude at the Q&A session at the end.  I follow many groups on social media and I don't like the implication of being a "barnacle."  The operative word is Social! Media, not antisocial media.  Social media didn't start out as a business.  Furthermore, if it weren't for followers, potential customers, business would not exist.  If Mr. Kim is seeking a higher income customer, I suggest he take his "expertise" somewhere else.  He is an exact example of how not to act in business.  An expert is an expert because he or she knows the right way to convey information.  How Mr. Kim has become an expert in a few short years is beyond me.  I sincerely hope he is not a product of an American business school.  If he is, American business has a lot to worry about.

I did not care care for his "holier-than-thou" attitude and I will not attend anymore of your webinars. Never send me anymore emails or communications again.  

Karen Huber, BA, MEd, MS