Spring 2007

businesshealth® newsletter
Spring 2007 vol. 3-2
Editorial
The Fight for Progress: Innovation or Inertia?
 
View from the Top
Donald Speers, Arrow Hose & Tubing Inc.
 
Bottom Line
A Force for Change: Policing Tradition Meets Modern Management
 
Doctor On Call
Mona Fanous, Katz Group
 
Disease Management
Diabetes

In This Issue

The Fight for Progress: Innovation or Inertia? - Change comes slowly in health services, despite an overwhelming need to reflect current science, budgets, and consumer practices. Read More »
Diabetes - Diabetes and its complications cost the Canadian health care system an estimated $13.2 billion... By 2010... the associated costs on the health care system will [be] more than $15.6 billion a year... Read More »
Mona Fanous, Katz Group. - For many years, pharmacists have worked to align their training and skills with the broader health needs of their customers. Diabetes presents many opportunities for pharmacists to help patients manage their health, whether adult or child.  Read More »
A Force for Change: Policing Tradition Meets Modern Management - The Toronto Police Service (TPS) has a long tradition of service to the public. Faced with work that is at times both routine and heartpounding, new territory is being staked out in both organizational health and personal fitness. Read More »
Donald Speers, Controller, Arrow Hose & Tubing Inc. - Arrow Hose, a small manufacturer, has taken a lead in developing its pandemic flu plan. Driven by a customer inquiry, it used external resources to create the plan and integrate it with an overall business continuity plan. Read More »
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