Nebraska Methodist College Blog Home Image

NMC Professor Perlman Selected for National Fellowship Program

Posted on Mon, Jul 24, 2017

Dr. Echo Perlman, assistant professor for nursing at Nebraska Methodist College, has been selected as an American Nurses Advocacy Institute Fellow for 2017-2018.

Read More

Topics: faculty spotlight, healthcare reform, nursing

Mythbusters: The Affordable Care Act Will Reduce Demand for Healthcare Professionals

Posted on Fri, Mar 14, 2014

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has continued to be a hot-button issue as its changes are rolled out. Political debate over the ACA has created confusion about what the future holds for varying healthcare career fields. Whether you are already working in healthcare or are considering a career in the healthcare industry, that uncertainty can be concerning, especially as you try to make decisions that are best for your own future. 

Read More

Topics: patient care, healthcare education, healthcare reform, nursing

Obamacare: Ball Now in Educators’ Court

Posted on Wed, Mar 05, 2014

By Dennis Joslin, PhD
President and CEO of Nebraska Methodist College

Read More

Topics: patient care, healthcare education, healthcare reform

NMC Students Participate in "The Waiting Room" Discussion

Posted on Mon, Apr 08, 2013

On Tuesday, January 29th, the Center for Health Partnerships collaborated with Film Streams, a non-profit cinema, to present a sold-out screening and discussion of director Peter Nicks’ acclaimed health care documentary, The Waiting Room.

Read More

Topics: healthcare education, healthcare reform, Center for Health Partnerships

Healthcare Reform Places Nurses in Leadership Roles

Posted on Mon, Oct 22, 2012

With elections less than a month away, healthcare reform continues to be a hot topic. With Democrats working to uphold the current Affordable Care Act and Republicans working towards repealing and replacing reforms, one thing is for certain — healthcare reform will continue to be on the agenda in one form or another regardless of who sits in the White House after Election Day.

Read More

Topics: nurse education, healthcare reform, nursing

Subscribe to Blog

Follow NMComaha!