Our very own, Steve Long, discussion on the changes in health care in BizVoice magazine. Click here for the full publication (Steve’s article is on Page #54) Continue Reading.
Greenfield, IN (March 1, 2018) – Hancock Health announced today that it has completed a significant land purchase on the southwest corner of Mt. Comfort Road (exit 96) and I-70 in addition to a small parcel of land on State Road 52 in New Palestine. All as part of the strategy to expand world…Continue Reading.
Whether your child steps into the lunch line every day or they bring lunch from home, the truth is that kids of all ages need their lunch. Studies (such as this one by Wilder Research) have shown that nutrition has a direct link with behavior and cognitive development in children, as well as indi…Continue Reading.
Hurricane season. For those of us in the flyover states, it usually means a rainy week following the destruction that usually hits the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic Coast. Oftentimes, the weather change is an inconvenience for us—maybe it will be difficult or impossible to take that vacation we ha…Continue Reading.
Hurricane Harvey has caused – and continues to cause – mass destruction and human suffering. In support of providing aid to those in need, Caring Community Partners has selected two organizations to assist in the initial recovery phase: The Texas Hospital Association (THA) The THA Hospital Em…Continue Reading.
The Hancock Regional Boutique is a health and specialty shop where women who have or are fighting cancer can go to feel healthy and beautiful. Coping with the body changes a patient may experience when fighting cancer can be difficult. Often, the prospect of wearing a wig, finding a bra, or using…Continue Reading.
Feeding cues and latching on Infant feeding Cues: Hands to mouth. Sucking movements. Cooing sounds. Stretching. Crying is a late sign of hunger. If you wait until then, calm your baby before breastfeeding. If your baby does not show cues after 2-3 hours, wake him or place him skin to skin. Latc…Continue Reading.
Technology is making it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships. New tools are helping patients become more actively involved in their care and maintaining their health, according to results of the 19th Annual Health C…Continue Reading.