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Now Employers Focus On Employees Mental health

...tment leading to relapse and hospitalization, lost wages caused by missed work, and decreased workplace productivity. Studies are showing that if you start with a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and create a treatment plan that might then involve psychologists, primary care and/or social work, emplo...

British Grandmother has timely bypass surgery in India

... for when my stitches were cut." Mavis, a retired wages clerk, thinks that it is wrong for people to have to go so far as India for treatment. "From my experience I think the NHS is good in emergencies," she said. "But if you have to go on a waiting list, you can wait forever and a day." ...

Surgeons being paid triple the amount to cut waiting lists

...ce new methods are being adopted by increasing the wages of the Surgeons three times their normal wages. Consultants receive more than £1,500 a day from officials to cut on the waiting list. In the near future patients will receive appointments within 6 months after their reference to the respective cons...

Moderation Is The Only Cure For Hangover

...ork. The UK alone loses £ 2 billion by way of lost wages as a result of hangovers every year. // The news which was published in the British Medical Journal recommends moderation while drinking to prevent hangover. As many as eight agents like propranolol, a yeast based product, tropisetron, fructose, tolf...

NHS Audit Commission Warns Possible Financial Collapse In Sussex And Surrey

...he crisis. If this were to happen, then payment of wages to workers and settlement of bills to suppliers could be affected. "I am concerned about the financial position of the Surrey and Sussex health economy. Unless this deficit is effectively addressed, it is likely to impact on services provided to pa...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

..."What can I do? We are poor, only getting 10 days' wages in a month. I am still trying to provide him a good diet. I have lost two children. I won't let my third child die," she says miserably. An Orissa official admits there are lots of problems. "Of the total infant deaths, 60 percent occur within the ...

California Employers may need to Fork out more on Health Benefits

...k force of 10,000 or more, to spend at least 8% of wages on health benefits. In the event of not complying with such a decree, the company will be required to compensate Medi-cal with the difference. According to Sen. Carole Migden, proponent of the bill, this move would prove a protection cover for emplo...

International Teleradiology: The Future Of Radiologic Diagnosis

...willingness of Indian radiologists to work for low wages and the reduction in financial burden would probably aid in the survival of such an industry. Although the technical challenges related to Teleradiology services have now been overcome, widespread use of the technology would be possible without eff...

Hospital Trust Will be Leaner by 300 Jobs

...ff from rural areas. NHS staff is compensated with wages that follow the national wage scale and the difference caused the trust a huge financial strain, leading to debts. Matthew Taylor, Liberal Democrat MP for Truro and St Austell, had indicated earlier about the need for an audit. In his words, 'Local...

Wal-Mart under Pressure from Health Care Officials

... intense scrutiny for its labor practices from its wages to the lack of affordable health coverage for employees, to its stiff resistance to unionization. The Clintons also benefited financially from Wal-Mart. Bob Ortega said that Clinton used her position to urge the company to improve its gender and raci...

Age and Socioeconomic Factors Are Strongest Determinants of Sunburn

...hown to cost employers millions of dollars in lost wages from employees taking sick time as a result of their painful skin injury – which pales in comparison to the billions of dollars spent treating skin cancers that could have been prevented." The Academy encourages people to Be Sun SmartSM when outdoo...

High Court Upholds HIV Afflicted BSF Jawan's Termination

...o ruled that the jawan was entitled to receive his wages and other emoluments from July 20, 1995, the day he was diagnosed with HIV upto October 10, 1997 when his services were terminated. Source:PTI News...

HIV/AIDS Epidemic to Cause Adverse Effects to Indian Economy

...by 0.10 percentage points of which unskilled labor wages would suffer the most. Total incomes of HIV affected households could decrease by 9.24 percent following morbidity or death due to HIV and AIDS which would lead to reduced savings and investment causing a deleterious impact on the economy as a whol...

HIV Epidemic Can Slow Down Economic Growth: UNDP

...S, poverty will inevitably increase since the real wages for unskilled labour will fall the most among the three labour groups - skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled." The epidemic hits the sectors that used unskilled labour intensively harder, the study notes, with the tourism sub-sector of the services ...

Premiums for Health insurance Soar

...-care coverage skyrocketing by 84 percent. Average wages have also increased 20 percent over the same period. Therefore experts state that the present moderation in premium-rate increases does not give much reason to rejoice.Drew Altman, the president of the Kaiser Family Foundation said, "I think you imm...

A Secret Dossier Predicts Major Changes At NHS, England

... the Government desperately seeks to lower the NHS wages bill with a 2.7 per cent cut in the workforce. NHS reveals that by 2011 there will be 3,200 more consultants than there are jobs. As a result of lack of jobs they will have to be employed in junior roles at lower salaries. This move is bitterly o...

On the 'Fast Buck' Trail: Kidneys on Sale

...nt regard for the sentiments of their kin. If the wages of sin is death, then the wages of poverty is to sell one’s kidney Kidney Vending For ‘Transplant Tourists’ Kidney donation...

Income Deciding Factor For Canadians Seeking Medical Attention

Canadians belonging to the higher wages bracket are more likely to seek medical attention. This was reported by Statistics// Canada. This study had made use of the information published in the 2005 Canadian Community Health Survey which points to the fact that the higher income group con...

‘Nursing’ a Dream in Foreign Lans

...ublic Health, summarizes, "The prospect for higher wages overseas attracts talented local workers to the field of nursing, which may increase local and worldwide nursing supply." The report has advised nurses to be prudent and keep abreast of policy changes, so that they are aware of the implications of...

Indian Pharma Industry Wants Customs Duty on Life-saving Drugs to Go

...o his employees, in addition to the cash salary or wages paid. It was introduced in India in 2005-2006. The pharmaceutical industry says that the expenses incurred on conferences for doctors or company sales personnel confer no benefit on the employees of the sponsoring firms. Whether doctors or sales...

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