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Wilson County News April 24, 2013 2,389 views 5 comments
FLORESVILLE -- All facets of the health-care industry are scrambling to prepare for the multitude of changes associated with the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) of 2010 -- commonly known as “ObamaCare.” The Wilson Memorial Hospital District board of directors -- which oversees the Connally Memorial Medical Center here -- is addressing this issue as part of its strategic planning, with the first such session held during its April 18 board meeting. . . .
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Geez! I spent over 20 years of my business career as a corporate executive officer. I must have attended and held hundreds of meetings, and I never knew until now that expressing personal thoghts or opinions in ... More ›
Geez! I spent over 20 years of my business career as a corporate executive officer. I must have attended and held hundreds of meetings, and I never knew until now that expressing personal thoghts or opinions in meetings was unethical! Neither did any of my peers, CEOs, or company presidents. Where were you when we needed you? You could have saved us all from apparent embarassment! Well, it's too late now.
And, that's a fact!!