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http://www.marketw ase/korea-raises-a sian-standard-in-a mi-treatment-17600 61.htm medicare springhill group article reviews SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA--(Marketwire - Feb 21, 2013) - Specialists at home and abroad gathered to discuss how to reduce the mortality rates of acute myocardial infarction (AMI), which is the main cause of sudden death and leads to more than 9,000 deaths annually in Korea. The Korean Society of Interventional Cardiology (KSIC, and the Korean Society of Cardiology (KSC) presented a roadmap to improve treatment results and establish an Asian treatment standard for AMI during a symposium titled 'Raising Asia Standard,' held yesterday in the Grand Hyatt Seoul, Korea. Korea's 30-day AMI in-hospital mortality rate reached 6.9% in 2011. In terms of age-sex standardized OECD mortality in 2009, the rate was still 6.3%, far higher than in Australia (3.2%), the US (4.3%) and Denmark (2.3%) as well as the OECD average (5.4%). But, it was lower than in Japan (9.7%) and Singapore (8.2%).1 In addition, Korea's AMI mortality within one year after hospital discharge was 8.1% in 2010, so well-established management for AMI patients is needed. OECD said that Korea should improve its health system to increase the quality of medical services. In a report titled 'OECD Health Care Quality Review: Korea,' published in February 2012, OECD emphasized the improvement of quality of care for cardiovascular diseases by establishing registration for patients at risk in order to deliver long term monitoring services and follow-up services.  (Mar 10, 2013 | post #1)

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Springhill Group Home: Top 10 Fraud Schemes - livejournal

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High Court rules on financial settlement in fraud case

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High Court rules on financial settlement in fraud case

http://www.marilyn 2/04/high-court-ru les-on-financial-s ettlement-in-fraud -case/ international news springhill group In a recently published case, High Court judge Mr Justice Ryder ruled that a wife was entitled to a share in a number of properties despite her former husband’s convictions for fraud. W v W concerned a couple, both now in their early 50s, who had been married for 11 years and had two children. In 2010, the husband was convicted of fraud and imprisoned. Shortly before his conviction, the wife petitioned for divorce. The authorities brought proceedings against the husband to confiscate the profits from his fraudulent activities – a sum approaching £5 million. A confiscation order was made in January of last year. Meanwhile, the wife pursued a financial settlement from the divorce. She claimed that she was entitled to a half share in both the former matrimonial home and a second property, as well as 50 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of a property in France on the basis hat it had been bought using the profits from an earlier property sale unconnected with the frauds. She asked for the ownership of the couple’s former matrimonial home to be transferred to her alone, and also requested a lump sum payment which would allow her to pay off the mortgage. The husband agreed to these requests. However, the Crown disputed her entitlement to these awards, particularly in relation to the sale of the French property. Using evidence sourced from a financial investigator, the Crown attempted to cast doubt on the wife’s entitlements, tracing the source of various payments and comparing the contributions of each party in the marriage. However Mr Justice Ryder ruled that this evidence did not suggest that the husband and wife’s shares should be any different to those they would normally be entitled do following a divorce and said there was no basis on which to deprive the wife of her 50 per cent share as he was not a named party in the confiscation order. The crown also claimed that various payments made by the husband to the wife were gifts, and therefore subject to confiscation. But the judge said the wife was entitled as a mother to ordinary payments such as those for the mortgage and so these were not be considered gifts. However , some payments for refurbishment for the French property had been sourced from the fraudulent profits, so the wife was only entitled to 50 per cent of this balance remaining from the sale after this ‘tainted’ money had been accounted for. This amounted to just over £45,000. The wife was still living in the former matrimonial home, with some financial assistance from her brother and friends. Mr Justice Ryder concluded that she needed to remain there and that there were sufficient assets not associated her husband’s frauds to be allow the home to be transferred to her, and for a lump sum payment to be made which would allow her to settle the mortgage. He ordered a payment of just under £289,00, saying this reflected the former husband’s legitimate interests in the various properties. This payment would, said the judge, “achieve a just and equitable result and would be an appropriate balance between the Crown’s interest and those of the [wife] and the [husband] and an appropriate balance of the rights in play.” international news springhill group  (Feb 4, 2013 | post #1)

springhill medical group korea - Is Home for the Aged a B... /groups/12333-SPRI NGHILL-GROUP-KOREA /discussions/59508 In a fast phase world like ours, finding time for fun and leisure is hard and finding time for family is harder. Sometimes we are left with no choice. We are forced to leave our elderly family members in a nursing home or more popular as home for the aged. There is always two sides in a story, leaving elderly family member in a caring home has advantages and disadvantages. Number of senior citizens suddenly seemed to multiply since 1950’s. In 1900 the average life expectancy was forty-five, by 1950 the average life span was almost seventy years; the population has doubled but the number of people65 and over had quadrupled to become 8% of the total. In 1950’s more and more population of “retirees” are supposed to get their pensions. Due to this case, extended families are seemed to be an obligation, where elderly had to stay with their sons, daughters or grandchildren. People then began wondering how to accommodate this burden. They started taking about nursing homes, retirement houses, or apartments where they can leave their elderly. Golden years are supposed to have a positive connotation but now the phrase developed into a different meaning. Instead of the “golden years” being now, I a one’s old age golden refer to the good old days. Studies showed that people in developed countries are not only living longer, but also remain healthy for much of their lives, unlike in less developed countries, where the elderly tend to be plagued with serious illnesses. Causing them to live longer which means government has to support them because they are already retirees. In order to support them, one must work and working means no one to take care of the elderly. Elderly has a special healthcare although facilities like home for the aged are designed to take care of them they are often lacking human resources and other needs of these retirees. A sad truth is some facilities have no mercy on their patients. Sometimes they overmedicate them and let them lay in their beds for hours and even days. They lack people to attend to the elderly so they had to choose over feeding them and bathing them. They feed them and who knows how and what, and then they will let them stay in soiled clothes and beds. Those were just samples. But not every home is like that, there are homes where they will take care of the elderly and makes sure that they are well feed and well medicated. If you are thinking of taking your elderly family member to homes, you must weigh things and consider possibilities and other options first. Sometimes it will work for you and your dad for example but sometimes it is better if you’d get help and pay assistance from private nurses. Whatever your decision is, you must remember that they once took care of us and had been very patient to us when we were younger; it is time to pay them back. Your son or daughter will do the same for you in the future.  (Jan 28, 2013 | post #1)

Springhill Medical Group-What is Stem Cell Therapy?

http://springhillm We have been hearing about this stem cell lately but does everyone know about what this really is? According to medical researchers, stem cell treatments have the potential to change the face of human disease and alleviate suffering. There are already many stem treatments nowadays but they are not usually used because they tend to be experimental and they are very expensive. Medical researchers foresee being able to use technologies derived from stem cell research to treat cancer, spinal cord injuries, and muscle damage, amongst a number of other diseases and impairments. This stem cell therapy is established in order to treat disease or injury by introducing new adult stem cells into damaged tissue. Stem cell therapy is an intervention strategy. The good thing about stem cell is that there are minimal risk of rejection and side effects. They have the ability to self-renew and give rise to subsequent generations with variable degrees of differentiation capacities. They also offer significant potential for generation of tissues that can potentially replace diseased and damaged areas in the body. It has been said that there are already a number of stem-cell therapies that exist but most are costly. But bone-marrow transplantation, to some extent has exemption.  (Jan 19, 2013 | post #1)

Crown Capital Eco Management Renewable Energy Scam: Human...

Hello, I think all arguments are right. The best thing we can do is first; admit our faults and everything else will follow. If we start disclosing our faults we will then know the next step which is solving the problems.  (Dec 4, 2012 | post #6)