Monthly Archives: December 2009

WE ARE MOVING TOWARD A NEW KIND OF GROWTH

   (From Tor Dahl & Associates – www.tordahl.com)   The industrial revolution started with James Watt’s invention of  the commercially viable steam engine in 1776.  Over the roughly one million years of human development, the industrialage constitutes only 233 years.  Were we to force that time span into 24hours, we would only have been industrialized
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HEALTH CARE REFORM/DENTAL CARE REFORM?

We have been hearing and reading about health care reform. I was talking to a ‘wise old man’ the other day and he stated that dental care is critically important to overall physical health care but it appears costs are escalating to the point that people cannot afford to ‘pay upfront’ for dental services so
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CJ Dean Update

Thank you folks for commenting on the blog and your campus. It is always good to see student’s opinions. The Bachelors in Science in Criminal Justice started this fall. So far we have 38 students enrolled. We also have 402 students in the Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice.  These numbers include all our campuses
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A SUMMARY OF HEALTH CARE IN OTHER COUNTIES

Belgium:  Has a compulsory health care system based on the social insurance model.  Patients have free choice of provider, hospital, and sickness fund.  A comprehensive benefit package is available to 99% of the population.  The federal government regulates and supervises all sectors of the program. It is financed through employer and employee contributions. Canada:  Known
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HEALTH CARE REFORM? NOT REALLY

FDR wanted health care reform but decided social security was a more important issue.  Since the time of the FDR administration, multiple attempts have been considered related to health care reform resulting in many ‘minor’ adjustments to address issues (DRG’s anyone?). Unfortunately,  no substantial beneficial change occurred that would benefit the citizens of the United States
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Minnesota School of Business Rochester Massage Students travel to Bodies…The Exhibition

The Minnesota School of Business Rochester campus massage students raised $1000.00 in massage clinical donations to pay for a bus and entrance fee to Bodies… The Exhibition at the Mall of America. Ryan Hoyme the Massage Program Coordinator at the Rochester campus will be accompanying 30 massage students to the exhibit. This exhibit is a wonderful
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‘Tis the Trial of the Season

Minnesota School of Business students are hosting a mock trial entitled “Minnesota v. Kris Kringle” on December 10, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at the Shakopee campus at 1200 Shakopee Town Square, Shakopee, MN 55379; 952-345-1200. Suggested donations are to Toys for CAP. Refreshments will be served following the mock trial.