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A Brief History of Summer Vacation

August 28, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on A Brief History of Summer Vacation

All of us here at SM& hope you have enjoyed your summer. So many of our clients (and our staff!) have enjoyed Summer Fridays, long weekends, weeks on Cape Cod

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SM& to participate in 2015 Boston Heart Walk

August 21, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on SM& to participate in 2015 Boston Heart Walk

One of my favorite parts about working on the health care team at Solomon McCown is the opportunity to communicate and share the ways in which our clients provide compassionate

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JPP, Adam Schefter, and HIPAA: A Trilogy of Errors

July 15, 2015 In Healthcare Comments Off on JPP, Adam Schefter, and HIPAA: A Trilogy of Errors

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was admitted to a Miami hospital last week due to a fireworks mishap, leaving fans and media alike to speculate the seriousness of

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San Francisco Warns Against Big Beverage

June 12, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on San Francisco Warns Against Big Beverage

The city of San Francisco is exploring new ways to cut down on sugar consumption through legislation that would undoubtedly prompt the Kool-Aid man to cry, “Ohh noo!” This week,

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MLB is Striking Out Stigma Around Mental Health

April 13, 2015 In Healthcare Comments Off on MLB is Striking Out Stigma Around Mental Health

Red Sox newcomers Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval will make their home-field debuts this week as beloved Fenway Park opens for the first time in 2015. The two All-Stars, however,

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The Challenges of Communicating Health Data Security

March 17, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on The Challenges of Communicating Health Data Security

Last month’s massive security breach of leading health insurer Anthem Inc. gave reason for many to worry as hackers accessed up to 80 million electronic health records from patients. This

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