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Kyle C. Snyder

Posted by:CPBJ Staff on October 29, 2021

Kyle C. Snyder Senior vice president and COO Penn State Health Holy Spirit Medical Center As senior vice president and chief operating officer of Holy Spirit Medical Center, he is responsible for its daily operations, managing and developing staff, and ensuring high quality care and strong fiscal operations. Snyder joined Penn State Health system with ...

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Mary Grace Simcox, EdD, RN

Posted by:CPBJ Staff on October 29, 2021

Mary Grace Simcox, EdD, RN President Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences As the founding president of the college, which is part of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, Dr. Simcox leads the only institution in Lancaster solely dedicated to the education of healthcare professionals. “With nearly 2,000 students, it’s an honor and privilege to be responsible ...

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John J. Pagan MD MBA FACS

Posted by:CPBJ Staff on October 29, 2021

John J. Pagan MD MBA FACS Chairman & CEO Pennsylvania Clinical Network (PACN) Dr. Pagan leads a talented team dedicated to recognizing and rewarding the excellent quality care that PACN’s member physician groups provide their patients every day. The PACN empowers independent medical practices across Pennsylvania with meaningful clinical, claims, and healthcare payer information through ...

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Heather Staples Lavoie

Posted by:CPBJ Staff on October 29, 2021

Heather Staples Lavoie President & CEO Geneia Staples Lavoie has overall accountability for the well-being and success of the organization. As a start-up leader, this means anything and everything. Typical duties range from sales and conference presentations, leading company town hall meetings, budgeting and signing contracts, and participating in product, development, security and compliance activities. ...

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Anne Bahn

Posted by:CPBJ Staff on October 29, 2021

Anne Bahn President & CEO Byrnes Health Education In her role as president and CEO, Bahn provides ethics-centered leadership, fiscal management, staff recruitment and training and oversight of fundraising initiatives. She is also responsible for meeting short and long term strategic objectives, developing and enhancing revenue streams, and developing and retaining high quality, diverse staff. ...

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How to avoid falling victim to business identity theft

Posted by:beka on October 25, 2021

You lock the doors to your business at night, you might have cameras to add extra security, but what steps are you taking to prevent your business from falling victim to identity theft? The first step to take so you can protect your business: “know thine enemy.” Identity theft is a nightmare many grow up fearing (I know I did). For business owners, though, that nightmare can be catastrophic. 

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Breast Cancer Survivor: Screenings, Quality Healthcare Critical

Posted by:beka on October 25, 2021

The American Cancer Society recommends women start getting mammograms at 40. But after discovering something amiss during a self-examination, Humphrey accelerated her timetable.  

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A Gland Not to be Ignored

Posted by:beka on October 18, 2021

Our thyroid gland may be small, but when it doesn’t function as it should, it can cause big problems. This butterfly shaped gland situated in the front of the neck just below the Adam’s apple releases hormones that help regulate our digestive and cardiovascular systems, muscle function, and controls our metabolism. If left untreated, thyroid ...

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea Contributes to Employee and Workplace Woes

Posted by:beka on October 18, 2021

Loud snoring may do more than keep others awake at night.   It could be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a common condition that can rob people of sound sleep and put them at higher risk for illness and accident.  For Eileen Finkenbinder and others touched by suicide, there is unfathomable grief, anger, guilt, and other emotional aftershocks. 

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Employee Dental Coverage Benefits Overall Health and the Bottom Line

Posted by:beka on October 11, 2021

Brushing, flossing, and getting routine dental checkups can do more than brighten your smile. A growing body of research shows they can improve your overall health and reduce your chances of life-threatening medical conditions like heart disease and cancer.  For Eileen Finkenbinder and others touched by suicide, there is unfathomable grief, anger, guilt, and other emotional aftershocks. 

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New Tools Help Employees Manage, Even Reverse, Diabetes

Posted by:beka on October 4, 2021

 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 10% of the United States population, 34.2 million people, have diabetes, and an additional 88 million are prediabetic. It’s no wonder diabetes remains America’s seventh-leading killer, connected to more than a quarter million annual deaths, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA).  For Eileen Finkenbinder and others touched by suicide, there is unfathomable grief, anger, guilt, and other emotional aftershocks. 

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Warning Signs of Suicide: 5 Steps that Could Save a Life

Posted by:beka on September 27, 2021

Helping employees access mental health resources is a top priority for employers in the coming year, as businesses strive to adapt and compete in a post-pandemic environment, according to a recent national survey from the Business Group on Health.  For Eileen Finkenbinder and others touched by suicide, there is unfathomable grief, anger, guilt, and other emotional aftershocks. 

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Many Employers Are Prioritizing Workplace Mental Wellness … Are You?

Posted by:beka on September 20, 2021

Helping employees access mental health resources is a top priority for employers in the coming year, as businesses strive to adapt and compete in a post-pandemic environment, according to a recent national survey from the Business Group on Health. 

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Wellness is Within Reach

Posted by:beka on September 17, 2021

When it comes to our health, and especially aging, many people focus on avoiding disease and illness without giving too much consideration to their role in maintaining wellness. The good news is the outlook of our physical and mental health can be guided in a positive direction given the tools and resources at our fingertips. “No longer do we have one-dimensional methods of seeking mindfulness or achieving a healthy lifestyle. Technology and modern medicine have changed ...

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