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How To Start a Printing Business

Opening and running a printing business can be a daunting task. However, with the right resources and advice, it’s possible to start a successful business in just a few months. This post will give you some tips on how you can get started in this industry. Choose the Right Equipment and Supplies If you’re new to commercial printing, it’s important to choose the right equipment and supplies. You don’t want to spend a fortune on something that won’t be effective or will have negative consequences for your business. Here are a few tips on how to choose the right items: ... Read More »

5 Makeup Tips for Beginners

Although there is a plethora of makeup tutorials available on social media apps like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram, many tutorials can be daunting for beginners. If you have relatively little (or no) experience with makeup, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to begin when it comes to developing your own full glam routine. Although figuring out how to do your makeup can be challenging, it’s not as complicated as a medical procedure at a clinic like Northwest Surgery Center. Keep reading to learn some easy, beginner friendly makeup tips, Always Use Primer If you’re having a hard time ... Read More »

Don’t Pass on These 3 Medical Office Updates

A medical facility can stay stuck in the past, filing away paper or move with the times, embracing enhanced technology. Some may ask why they should fix something that isn’t broken, yet this isn’t the case. Medicine itself is ever-evolving. New treatments are implemented regularly. Drugs are tested and updated to improve recovery rates and health. The same approach could be useful for the office setting, allowing staff to see more patients, create a better environment and improve payment procedures. Telehealth Communications The world is moving to accept convenience over a personal approach. Let’s face it. People desire quick, efficient ... Read More »

Most Common Medical Malpractices

Medical malpractice involves the failure of medical professionals to provide competent skill and care. It has resulted in a frequency of injury or even death due to medical error. One of the most common childbirth errors that result in various types of CP (cerebral palsy) occurs during pregnancy, labor, delivery, or post-delivery. The following are the most common medical errors that could constitute grounds for professional malpractice claims. Surgical errors Errors during and after surgery may have affected a patient negatively. Some could lead to medical complications, infections, or even death. Types of surgical errors include: Performing the wrong operation. Carrying ... Read More »

Your Erb’s Palsy Child May Qualify For SSI

  Are Brachial Plexus Injuries Like Erb’s Palsy Considered Disabilities? If your child was born with a brachial plexus birth injury (BPBI), such as Erbs palsy, Klumpke’s palsy, or global palsy, they might be eligible for SSI, which is administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA). SSI provides low-income blind or disabled people with monthly stipends.  If a child receives SSI, they are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) until they turn 18, or they can stay on SSI if they are already deemed low-income and disabled. The Social Security Administration is in charge of both SSI and SSDI. ... Read More »

How to Support Your Employees During the Pandemic

Whether your business is open full-time or you’re still trying to figure out how to reopen, the past few months have been challenging for you and your employees. Between the unprecedented struggle to run a business during a pandemic and your worries about staying healthy, you’re all stressed. While you need to make a profit to avoid bankruptcy, you also need to support and care for your employees. Use these tips to guide how you approach interactions with your workers throughout the rest of the pandemic. Emphasize the Importance of Family Your employees are probably not related to you, and ... Read More »