I dare to say that one size fits all philosophy is not true for clothes and definitely not true for meeting individual patient needs when
I was getting frustrated with my step-daughter. She recently acquired a knack for whining that she isn’t good at something and therefore wants to blame
When I first started in dialysis back in 2003, my first job was at DaVita as an industrial engineer focused on process improvement. As I
Working at some clinics recently rekindled a thought I had a couple of years ago while reading a book called “Applied Minds – How Engineers
Often we are asked or even told that Fresenius owns ScheduleWise. Au contraire, mon frere! So let me set the record straight. Fresenius uses ScheduleWise.
Remember, my purpose in writing for this blog is to share what we’ve learned over the past 30 years in dialysis. Lots of grand ideas
Productivity, this simple word is anything but simple and often causes hearts to race, stomachs to turn or we simply want to ignore it and
Vincent van Gogh’s — The Starry Night — 1889 — at Google Cultural Institute Let’s begin with a recent milestone in the art world. We
Throughout my career, there was often something on my mind keeping me awake as a lay my head down at night, usually a work-related issue.
In all my years working in dialysis, I have not come across any other management issue that impacts so much in our clinics than the