Less than a year ago, during Obama's White House, Cuba was making headlines at least once a week. Slowly packing up the White House, we had photos of our steadily grayed, handsome and exotic President in Cuba, shaking hands with Raul, before joining Michelle, his brilliant bride and their grown/glowing daughters touring Havana's historical sites.
As Hillary's a new server was being delivered to the White House, there was Trump shoving his way in. Who knows what kind of world it would have been with a different cast of characters and unique sensibilities.
Today, Trump's family White House has proven to be more of a gritty, daily Media/Reality show crafted in Twitter bites. A run-away hit from Siberia, set on...
Just tired of waiting for Cuba to be a new hub for Medical Tourism & Wellness. Right now, my teeth could use some attention, so I'm off to Thailand to learn about the new King, enjoy a few weeks of physical therapy and new smile when I get home. All thanks to Yanhee Hospital in Bangkok. www.yanhee.net
"Happy trails to you. See you next time!
"... health systems need to be more responsive to people's expectations of good customer service when they use health care. Whereas every other service domain is becoming more attuned and responsive to user feedback, health systems too often fail to hear or value their users' preferences, which results in inconvenient hours, inflexible rules, unpleasant administrators or, in extreme cases, disrespectful...
Hard to believe I messed up on this post that was created 3/31. I'm sure it was just waiting for a photo, while I started other writing projects - including shout-outs to my subscribers. My apologies. Here's the post:
We're on our way to the - International Workshop, "Community Medicine and its Impact on the Quality of Life in the Population" July 23-30, 2016 in Varadero, Cuba. Here's the Conference Itinerary
Everyone is really delighted to welcome you, and preparing the most interesting Conference content possible.
As time goes by, they'll add new lecturers by notable speakers in: Ethics, Maternal-Infantile Care, Rehab in Primary care, Stomachology, Neurodevelopment in early care, Women's health, and more.
Highly recommend this beautifullly written story about, "Doctors in Cuba".
HAVANA TIMES — Some years ago, a former vice-minister for the economy told me, keeping a straight face, that an unpublished study had revealed that the State employees who missed the least days of work were hotel bell boys and pump operators at gas stations.