If I were a lawyer and I had clients whereby I had to obtain medical records, images and all kinds of other tidbits that could make or break a case I would probably own my own client file service that would enable me to receive documents from almost any medical records entity or file storage. You see, what is really needed is the software to create a client file storage system something similar to an EMR, but this one is for attorneys to obtain medical and other client information from. Let's just say that Attorney HIPAAkeepsending, has a boat load of clients, so his office can't handle obtaining the client files themselves. So AttorneyHIPAAkeepsending, creates a company that does it for him so that he can just deal with going to court or trying to settle things outside of it. He finds the talent needed to create software that allows electronic record/file retrieval from any medical records software, including that of insurance. Let's call this new client file software, Recordflow software; How would this work: Attorney HIPAAkeepsending just has his paralegal scan and send new HIPAA's into a client's file, the paralegal then sends a message to the client file service via the Recordflow software, that there are new HIPAA's that need to completed regarding medical, pharmacy, employment, and insurance claim information for a client. Now, here's the interesting part. A grunt worker from within the client file service company then takes each and every HIPAA and finds the correct hospital and locates their EMR or medical record retrieval software and submits a request for medical records. The grunt worker submits a request to each physician, pharmacy, insurance company, radiology facility and anything else a HIPAA form is submitted for. The grunt worker just needs to locate the correct facility and location of the physician and obtain EMR information for electronic HIPAA permission request. All information regarding the status of the request is in the Recordflow software, you can submit payment once claimant or patient is confirmed regarding the amount of medical or other information involved. Once payment is submitted and conformed that information is logged in the billing/payments section of the Recordflow software and once that is done the files can be transmitted electronically and they get stored in the file transmission buffer or file intake and the grunt worker takes each file that comes in and selects the client file along with the appropriate HIPAA and attaches the medical record, pharmacy file ect., to the client chart. Once all HIPAA information is obtained a message can be sent to the paralegal at AttorneyHIPAAkeep sending, and they can download the files as they are approved to be sent once payment is issued. The Recordflow software can even take paper charts, cd's that already exist with client files and they can be uploaded or scanned into the client file within the Recordflow software. This eliminates the clutter of paper and no place to put it. No more charts and and excessive mail being sent when there is technology available to use. But don't worry faxing and mail will never go out of style, just think of the Recordflow software as a technology enhancement!
Really, this is so archaic! Ok, I'm not saying I should just phone in my hours through some automated system it's just that I really thought that things would have moved along somewhat since the early 2000's, but it seems that they have not. It would have been nice just to log into to a website that handles temp payroll's or on the temp companies website under employee portal and input your hours and then your employer can access their employer portal and sign off on things so that the employee can finally get paid. This way all of the information can be generated into a log of hours, pay rate, dates, check amount ect., This information would create or generate all that you would need for tax purposes or to report your income elsewhere. Now, with employee time sheets you have more and more paper to keep track of. Is it me or what? For example: Agency Whynot is a temp agency that hires most anywhere- hey Whynot, as they are popular in New York City, but they continued to use paper time sheets as a way to log and report their employees working hours. It became cumbersome because they had to be faxed or e-mailed in somehow to the temp agency, which means that instead of getting the payroll information from one centralized location, the temp agency would receive faxes throughout the day along with other stuff. This means that the employee would have to call the temp agency or e-mail them to confirm that they have actually received your time sheet so that you can get paid. It's no wonder people on the employee side of this thing stay so thin, look at all of the worry they must go through. One day an IT person from agency Whynot decided to make upgrades to the Whynot website to include employee login's so that they can see all of their employment information which includes hours worked and all of the job assignments that they have done and they could also submit time sheet information. The great thing about this new and improved update was that now an employee of the Whynot temp agency could log in and select the company that they are on a temp assignment for and input the hours that they have worked for the week in order to obtain time sheet payment information. Once this is done, the employee selects submit weekly time sheet information, they can also edit and change information to reflect the hours that they have worked. This payroll information gets downloaded into a payroll software in order to create paychecks and other electronic banking information. Whew! Now, once all information is confirmed and accurate an employee can stop worrying about money because they will be paid for the hours that they have worked. Submitting your time sheets on-line is the easiest and a more effective way as it eliminates paper processing and other problems due to things being done manually.
When you live in New York you can be somewhat spoiled by things such as working in the city as in New York City. It was my dream or rather my passion to work in the big city. I hated working anywhere else so you could imagine how disappointed I was when I began working in the suburbs of Westchester County. I live in Westchester County but you know I actually hate it. It's too spread out and not enough buildings, buses, railroad trains or even a subway around to get to and from somewhere quickly. So everything has that slow pace of things that does not appeal to me. I hate streets that are not busy with you know real working business and I don't like street names as I prefer numbers instead so that you can figure out how to get someplace without asking somebody else who does not know either. I was never a people person. But, that was what I loved about the city was the fact that I could be invisible in the crowd of it all and just go about and find interesting things to do. As a loner there is always something to keep you busy. I hate the suburbs. I really do. A bus just lets you off out into some open field someplace with a few buildings that are spread out or of course on a road or highway of sorts where you really need to be careful as a pedestrian. I hate buses that run once an hour or having to walk just as long to get someplace if I miss it. This is one of the reasons for my discontent. I often feel a void as a result because working in New York City just did something to me that I can't completely describe, other than the fact that it gave me a happiness I hated to part with. As I look for jobs in Westchester County I have my usual depression about things. Ok, it is a lot cheaper by commute since the city is way too expensive to get to. I could not do it on a salary of $16 an hour, a person would have to make at least $20 or more. Westchester County does not bring me this kind of happiness. It's too open, slow and truthfully nothing exciting. I am one who likes to keep busy so I cringe when the environment around me gives me that slow life feel. I like that hustle and bustle about things, it brings me to life. Working in Westchester has pained me more than you can ever imagine. Yes, it may be cheaper but the misery of it all. Getting around in Westchester is also not fun, you have difficult to find, or locate bus stops that don't state which direction they are going especially if you are not familiar with the area. This is bothersome because if you miss the bus as a result then you either have to wait an hour for the next one or if that was the last bus then you have to take an expensive cab to get you to the main section of town somewhere. I hate this s---! I also want a job that I like enough to stay a while at in terms of years. I was never really the type of person to change jobs every year or two, the resume gets to be a bit much, especially if you end up just doing the same thing. I am not the shoot the breeze type of person so working in suburbia is just not me. In all of my pursuit for happiness I have decided to concentrate on jobs that are in New York City only, there are a lot more companies and I can get there on my own since the city is not to much of a difficult rout to navigate. I mean there are some areas that you just have to figure it out but at least you don't have wait an hour for the bus or take an alternative route just to walk a half-hour to get to your destination. I could probably do that until I retire. I know the city has changed a lot since I last worked there but, I want to like where I work and suburbia is the pits at least for me. I have seen more grass and trees than I care to. I want to be a city person again...
Coconuts lower your blood pressure and provided that you are not on any medications that affect your potassium levels and/or if you are not allergic to coconuts; then this may be just the thing to try if you are low on your blood pressure medications. I'm just saying because there are times when we have to make do with what's there especially where expenses are concerned. Cytokines are proteins that are made in the immune system that serve as chemical messengers, as a result they are responsible for all of the necessary functions that your body needs to heal and repair itself. There are several different types of cytokines such as chemokines, interferons, interleukins, lymphokines and tumor necrosis factor. There cytokines are responsible for: sending cells to an infection site, cytokines even prohibit viruses from replicating, and cytokines also regulate inflammatory and immune responses. These cytokines tell your body when something is wrong so that proteins and immune system cells can fight off the disease. This is really, really good but what is the connection between coconuts and cytokines? I'm happy you asked considering everything else. Phytohormones such as cytokinins are present in coconuts. Phytohormones help prevent aging, carcinogenic and thrombotic activity in the body. Cytokinins also help prevent neural diseases. By eating coconuts or drinking them in fluid form can help nourish the body and help the immune system prevent and fight off disease. Sure, you can ask your physician and remember that taking too much of something is not good. But, in times of illness and treatment of anything that can assist the immune system is always helpful.
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