Based in Tampa, Florida, Brian Brijbag is the Director of Healthcare Compliance at Corin Group USA, as well as an experienced medical anthropologist and healthcare policy compliance and law expert.
Who Was Margret Mead?
Margaret Mead was a famous cultural anthropologist and writer. Unlike most women during her time, Margaret Mead traveled around the world studying different cultures. She was born in Philadelphia, in 1901, during a time when women were still struggling for fundamental rights. Mead went to Barnard College and completed her studied in English and psychology.
5 Anthropologists Spreading their Knowledge
Anthropologists specialize in the study of human fossils to determine their behavior and characters. Over the years, anthropologists’ number has increased, and their skills are perfect due to advanced technology.
How Deep Learning is Being Utilized by Archaeologists
The job of an archaeologist is one that is filled with tedious hours searching for that ultimate discovery that may never come. For archaeologist Gino Caspari, those feelings ring true as he looks for and studies the ancient Scythian civilization across the vast area that they inhabited, which is now known as Mongolia, Russia, and China’s Xinjiang province.
Top Compliance Issues for Health and Leave Benefits in 2021
The year has faced many changes and uncertainties that have seen policy writers go to the drawing board to formulate policies and answer health and leave benefits compliance issues. Some of the compliance issues that organizations will have to address in these two areas for 2021 include [...]
What Is Cultural Anthropology?
Anthropology is derived by combining the Greek words for “human being” (anthro) and “study” (logia). Thus, anthropology is the “study of people.”
Academics have developed four kinds of anthropology over the years. Archaeology is one, linguistics is another and biological anthropology is a third. Cultural anthropology is perhaps the category that most people assume is being referred to when we talk about anthropology.
COVID-19 Reveals Major Health Disparities
Not only have cases clustered in areas of black neighborhoods, those affected are dying at much higher rates than any other ethnic group. Why? Public Health experts explain that this problem is two-part: medical and economic. In summary, the majority of black Americans are both less healthy and poorer than white Americans.
What Types of Anthropology Jobs are There?
Anthropology is the study of humans, the human past and the factors that make us human. It also encompasses the areas of biological, dietary, health, and genetic composition of humans. This field studies the similarities and differences between humankind and primates. The students who take anthropology can get employment in several organizations such as universities, NGOs, health sectors, and government agencies based on their specialty.
Are Healthcare Compliance Programs Necessary?
The healthcare compliance program is a mandatory requirement found in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). A Healthcare provider should apply for the compliance program to enroll as a Medicare provider. For organizations operating in healthcare, they should consider the Fox Group to help them meet these obligations. The company has healthcare compliance experts with practical experience gained from providing direct operations.
Colleges Asking Students to Sign Waivers and Consent Agreements
While we were sure that education would change forever as a result of COVID-19, colleges are now taking a drastic step. Students who wish to return to campus this fall will be asked to sign a form, releasing the college from all liability if the student contracts the disease.