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Surviving Healthcare is a no-nonsense guide to dealing with financial, medical, and personal quandaries in the complex and confusing modern healthcare system.
At a time when smaller hospitals are finding themselves in financial quandaries - Granada Hills Community Hospital, Pine Grove Hospital and Pacifica Hospital of the Valley all filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month - Mission has been able to avoid such a predicament because of its manageable size, said Neil McAuliffe, the hospital's compliance officer.
These technologies included simulations, role-plays, and multi-step problem solving activities called quandaries.
Besides, Schiller and Mailer not only fail to convincingly essay Hanssen's moral quandaries, they utterly overlook the internal lives of key peripheral characters in this saga.
From genetic engineering to abortion, from organ transplantation to the "right to die" movement, many contemporary healthcare issues raise complex ethical quandaries.
The reporters of struggling news network I-24 are almost constantly finding themselves in quandaries that were covered in Journalism Ethics 101: remuneration for sources, withholding privileged information despite threats of jail time, ambushing interviewees, the appropriateness of reporting salacious scandals, sleeping with one's editor (OK, maybe that last isn't covered until JE 201).
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Of these twin quandaries, he cracks, ``I hope they're saving memorial space for the guy who solves that one.
Would-be mayors must deal with such city quandaries as crime, traffic-congestion and natural disasters as they try to keep their citizens happy.