Game Changers  
    Volume VII, Issue 21 | May 25, 2018    
 
South Florida Healthcare Professionals on the Move:  
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The Palm Beach County Medical Society Services presents

Docs Got Talent

June 1 | 6-9 pm
Atlantis Country Club

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12th Annual Healthcare Summit
 
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Healthcare Breakfast Networker
 
June 21 | 7:45 a.m.
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Presidential Installation

June 23 | 7 pm
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Plaza Health Network Administrator Receives ACHCA's Eli Pic Facility Leadership Award
The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) honored Barry Preter, administrator of Plaza Health Network's Arch Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in North Miami, Florida with the 2018 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award. The leadership award was celebrated during the awards luncheon at ACHCA's 52nd Annual Convocation and Exposition in Orlando, Florida in April.

Based on the premise that facility excellence reflects leadership excellence, this award recognizes the administrator of record who provided such leadership for the full 2017 calendar year. Eligibility for this award is based on three years of skilled nursing facility (SNF) survey data, including health, fire safety, and complaint surveys, as well as top quartile performance on designated quality measures. The criteria also include an 85% or greater facility occupancy and a three-year avoidance of a S pecial Focus Facility status. This prestigious award is made possible with the support of ABILITY® Network Inc.
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Linda and Henry Haller Physical Therapy Center Now Open  
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Holy Cross Hospital recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate a donation of $500,000 from the Haller Foundation, bestowed by Linda Haller, to renovate the hospital's intensive rehabilitation unit (IRU) with state-of-the-art equipment and technology.

The Ft. Lauderdale based, non-profit hospital's new Linda and Henry Haller Physical Therapy Center is located on the 48-bed, inpatient rehabilitation unit that provides care for individuals recovering from serious conditions that affect their daily functioning and independence, such as stroke, brain dysfunction, neurological impairments including Parkinson's disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), spinal cord dysfunction, amputation, orthopedic disorders, cardiac and pulmonary disorders, and trauma, among other disabling impairments. Intensive therapy intervention is delivered seven days a week by a group of highly skilled therapists and board-certified physiatrists.
  Boca Raton Regional Hospital Offering New Techniques to Treat Tendon and Joint Disorders
Boca Raton Regional Hospital is now offering regenerative medicine therapy for orthopedic patients undergoing rehabilitation for conditions of the tendons, bone and peripheral joints - especially osteoarthritis of the knee. The treatment centers around the use of the body's natural healing process to stimulate healing, diminish pain and restore natural function in the affected area.

According to Joshua Rothenberg, DO, and Director of Regenerative Medicine at the Hospital, the therapies are showing great promise and often enable patients to recover more quickly and obtain better pain relief from their musculoskeletal injury or disability.

"I employ regenerative medicine as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program that is focused on the strengthening of the musculoskeletal system. While the field is still relatively new, we know that the body has an inherent ability to heal itself from injury...we're simply using what nature has provided to the patient's advantage," he said.