Espy Services & Trey Hollingsworth Discuss How Lack of Money Has Made Rural Healthcare Sick Improved, affordable technology could be the cure for Rural Healthcare's dying infrastructure and lack of services. [BEDFORD, INDIANA, June 6, 2019—] Trey Hollingsworth...
Smart cities are naturally next in the lineup of “smart” things. Right? I mean we’ve had smart phones, smart cars, and then smart houses. To me, it seems like smart cities are the next logical step up the pyramid of technologically connected things.
Isn’t that what they say? I’m pretty sure I’ve heard that at least a few times. However, as we often find out, there are many people who often fall short of these high expectations. The disheartening fact about this world is that there are many disingenuous people who live this type of hypocritical lifestyle.
Knowing and understanding the issues and changes that are happening in healthcare is imperative because it is something that impacts our daily lives.
Everyone’s been to a hospital at some point in their life. I’m not saying that these are usually enjoyable experiences… but it is a luxury nonetheless. Hospitals are quite obviously a vital part of our healthcare system as well as a vital part of our lives.
What is it that stops you from pursuing your dreams? That little voice inside of you that is constantly telling you that you aren’t smart enough, experienced enough, or worthy enough to chase the highest goals that you have set for your life. It’s called fear and we all-too-often let it dictate our behavior.
It’s hard to believe that we are almost halfway through 2018. The first five months of the year flew by and there are only seven left. The landscape of healthcare is an ever-changing unit as it has morphed over the first five months of the year and will continue to do the same for the rest of the year and beyond.
What a wonderful time of year. Late spring and early summer is one of the most exciting and enjoyable times. The warm weather rolls in and the flowers begin to bud. Sunshine allows for those activities that couldn’t be enjoyed in months prior and the longer days give you the opportunity to stay outside and appreciate nature for extended periods of time.
Humans have this innate ability to never stop innovating. It is something that is engrained into our being and it is the thing that continues to improve upon our quality of living. The more innovating, the more frequently our quality of living improves.
espy: es | py (e spi’ i-) vt. – pied |-py’ing
To catch sight of (something distant, partially hidden, or obscure); glimpse; discover; detect.