New Prosthetic Hand Technology - November 2005

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Motivating Your Employees for Higher Productivity
By Chris Posti


Chris Posti I recently bought myself a "mid-life crisiscar"--a red and white Mini Cooper S. It's got white racing stripeson the hood, a sound system that makes you want to live in the car,and a sunroof so big it's like driving a convertible but w...

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Achieving Harmony, Motivation in the O&P Workplace
By Sherry Metzger, MS


Fostering an encouraging work environment leads to increased productivity, enthusiasm, and employee retention.

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Ten Tips for Motivating Yourself
By Miki Fairley


Sometimes it’s not enough to motivate your people; at times you may have to motivate yourself too.

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Innovations

Form, Function Combine in New Hand Prosthesis
By Miki Fairley


The real world of unilateral arm amputees and their daily activities reveals that passive cosmetic hands are anything but “passive."

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Innovations

Finger Amputees Return to Daily Activities with New Device
By Daniel Didrick


Didrick Medical recently unveiled the newX-Finger®, which offers both aesthetic restoration and activefunction, adding a new level of expectation that will be requiredof artificial fingers for the 21st century. Essentially, the X-Finger is the fir...

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Got FAQs?

Got FAQs?
By Lisa Lake-Salmon


The future of your practice depends onknowledgeable billing and collection information. Understanding thefull aspect of billing guidelines and procedures will effectivelyincrease your reimbursement. This informative column will helpproviders and t...

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Profile

Scott Anderson, CP


Scott Anderson, CP Orthocare Orthotics & Prosthetics Leesburg, Florida What is the best advice you've everreceived? Emancipate yourself from mental slavery. What is your favorite sport?

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Perspective

Lending a Hand (or Foot)


Like most folks I was amazed by the outpouring ofhelp for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. I'm not talking aboutgovernment agencies--I mean people, helping people. No one wasprepared for a storm the size of Katrina hitting where it did.

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Viewpoint

From the Editor: Motivating Employees—and Yourself


A great organization is built on its people. Agreat company--whether small or large--needs an owner andmanagement with vision, and the ability to make that vision catchfire with employees. According to Ivy Sea [ www.ivysea.com  ], a consulting and...

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