Consumers’ Checkbook found that some hospitals have death and complication rates three times higher than those at nearby facilities. The nonprofit ratings magazine shares tips to help you get educated if you need to be hospitalized.
Video created for Consumers’ Checkbook’s social media accounts.
Healthy Advice About Hospitals from Danielle Dredger on Vimeo.
KG Prime is a member-only information service launched by Kaulkin Ginsberg, the leading M&A and strategic advisor to the accounts receivable management industry.
This video was created for KG Prime’s website to show business owners and executives what they can expect by becoming members.
KG Prime – changing the way you access information from Danielle Dredger on Vimeo.
The Maryland-based advisory firm continues its mission to make a difference for middle-market accounts receivable management companies as it celebrates its quarter-century anniversary. Press release written for www.kaulkin.com.
ROCKVILLE, Md. – Mike Ginsberg believes that if the referral M. Kaulkin & Associates, Inc., – now Kaulkin Ginsberg – received in 1991 hadn’t been to sell a local collection agency, his life would’ve been a heck of a lot different. (more…)
The interPLAYcompany Band at Strathmore in Rockville, Md., aims to provide adults with cognitive disabilities enrichment from the world of music. Reported and produced for Maryland CNS.
Only minutes after the Maryland Health Connection website launched on Oct. 1, 2013, complaints from frustrated Maryland residents started pouring in.
Their comments, submitted through a feedback form at MarylandHealthConnection.gov and obtained by Capital News Service through a Public Information Act request, offer a firsthand look at the problems the public faced using the flawed website to sign up for health coverage.
Capital News Service reporters read a selection of the 4,227 comments left by users of the Maryland Health Connection website. These comments are verbatim and have not been edited. They may contain misspellings, poor grammar and redacted profanity.
Video reported and produced for Maryland Capital News Service. Visit the Capital News Service website to read the curated comments and analysis.
EarthBrew Compost founder Eric Steiner collects used coffee grounds from local Starbucks to make compost, cutting back on waste and preserving natural resources. Reported and produced for Maryland CNS.
When Justen Garrity returned to Aberdeen, Md., after five years serving the U.S. Army abroad, he was unable to find any work. He soon began his own compost company to help the environment and other veterans like himself.
From Combat to Compost from Danielle Dredger on Vimeo.