Tag Archives: House

Pulling Care Out of Hospital—By Phone, Ambulance, and Good Ol’ House Calls.

By REBECCA FOGG In the 20th century, hospitals completed their transformation from the hospice-like institutions of the Middle Ages, into large, gleaming centers of advanced medical expertise and technology that save and improve lives every day. But an unintended consequence of hospitals’ dazzling capabilities is a staggering cost burden that’s proving toxic to the American… Read More »

Importance Of Volunteers During White House Christmas

Dating backwards to late 1800’s, truly joyous sounds become audible during Christmas around the Pennsylvania Avenue complex.  Benjamin Harrison, credited with decorating our history’s first oval office tree, began the rich history which ensued, creating the most awesome platform for white house Christmas decoration festivities. Everyone working and living within White House walls makes an… Read More »