Just in time for flu season is the Affordable Care Act’s emphasis on preventive care.
“OSHA believes that there must be a very high burden of proof that mandatory …
programs are not just desirable, but also necessary to protect the public health before the government promotes such a controversial policy that may result in employment termination.
This helps build intimacy and will ultimately help her to forgive your bad judgment call.
The Fix: While it’s OK to share a gripe from your workday once in a while, it’s more alluring to women if you try to connect with others by sharing positive experiences and interests, says Senning.
“Explain that your love life is something you like to keep private, which is why you’re active with your buddies on Facebook but don’t post love notes to her wall.” That reasoning should make sense to her.
The Complaint: “I cannot stand those shirtless Instagram selfies that guys take in their fluorescent-lit bathrooms. Because it doesn’t.” The Fix: There’s no need to delete your old photos, but moving forward only post selfies that tell a story, advises Senning. Write that as your caption so it doesn’t seem like you're posting a gym selfie to just show off your muscles.******* Update Posted – Medicare posted code changes for flu vaccines billed to Medicare after January 1, 2011. For dates of service on or after September 1, 2010, the corrected Medicare Part B payment allowance for CPT 90655 is .858.******* It’s that time again, and despite delayed deliveries to some hospitals and practices, the word on the street is that there will be enough flu vaccine (171 million doses) this year for all who want a flu shot.During the last flu season, a hospital in northern Indiana fired eight workers who refused to get vaccines against the seasonal disease.According to several media reports, IU Health Goshen Hospital had instituted a policy requiring employees to get flu shots.The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that everyone 6 months and older get a flu shot.