According to some new research, there is one type of person rich people tend to avoid…

Charis Rebecca Brown Tuesday, April 12 th 2016 Thomas C. Corley spent five years researching rich people’s habits (those who made $160,000 in annual gross income and had $3.2 million in net liquid assets), and discovered some fascinating insights. As reported by Business Insider, Mr. Corley says in his book Change Your Habits, Change Your Life, that rich people tend to avoid…

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CMT SPOTLIGHT: From Jamaica, Meet “Chief Medical Servant” Jermaine McFarlane & Alana McFarlane of “QuikClinik”

QuikClinik TeleHealth Services | Jamaica | admin@quikclinik.com WEB SITE: https://staff.quikclinik.com/ From the Jungle to Jamaica QuikClinik Founders, Jermaine and Alana McFarlane have lots of stories to tell. They also have a big vision for healthcare. In 2015, they returned to Jamaica after a couple several-month stints in South America. Most of that time, they spent…

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AFRICA | World News: The concept of boutique healthcare: Concierge Medical Practice ~Johannesburg, South Africa

By Informa Life Sciences, Johannesburg, South Africa In the cattle-call of modern medicine, where health maintenance organisations (HMO) are controlling the purse strings, physicians cite dissatisfaction with managed care reimbursement contracts, the desire to lessen heavy patient loads, free the practice from dependency on insurance reimbursement, reduce paperwork, increase preventive care, and preserve personal and…

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FORBES: In India, IBM’s Watson Will Aid Cancer Care Where Doctors Are Scarce

By Bruce Japsen, Forbes, Contributor DECEMBER 2, 2015 – IBM IBM -0.63% and a large hospital system in India have partnered to diagnose and treat cancer care in a country of 1.2 billion residents who often cannot access oncologists, leaving their diseases undetected and untreated. IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence system will be used by Manipal…