Alan Faustino – Tips for Catching Bluegill

Alan Faustino is a fishing enthusiast that enjoys everything from ocean fishing for tuna, to sitting on a stream looking to hook trout. Alan and many other fisherman are always on the lookout for new and better fish-catching strategies. However, learning how to catch more fish is a matter of understanding each individual species and breed. So the first thing that you need to do to improve your fishing game, is to pick a target species and master it before moving on to the next. One particularly good fish for the novice fisherman is the bluegill, as it tends to be easier to catch than other species. This is due to the bluegill being a bolder and more reckless fish than other breeds.

Alan Faustino

If you want to catch more bluegill, it is all about the kind of bait that you use. Fortunately, bluegill will basically eat anything under the sun, though some bait is more effective than the others. The best bait for a bluegill is live bait, as they like their meal to squirm a bit first. Crickets for instance, though not found in most bait stores, make a great bait for catching big bluegill. The bluegill seem to like it crunchy, so beetles are also very effective. Third on the list are wax worms, they squirm a lot on the hook, which is bound to attract a lot of bluegill. They simply cannot resist slow-moving prey.

Alan Faustino likes to spend time with his friends and family going fishing for fun and sport.

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Alan Faustino – Excellent Physician

Alan Faustino has built a long and successful career as an excellent internal medicine specialist, or physician, in New Jersey. He took a long and winding path to become a physician. He started as a biology major at Radford University in Virginia. On a study trip to the Bahamas, Faustino was involved in a serious automobile accident that cost three people their lives. Watching those three people die after the accident caused an overwhelming feeling of helplessness that Faustino never wanted to feel again. He decided then that he wanted to become a doctor so that he could save lives.

Alan Faustino

Aspiring doctors need a minimum of eight years of schooling before they can begin their residencies, which typically last one or two years. A bachelor’s degree is required for anyone who wants to apply for medical school, as is a good score on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Many students choose to study premedical studies at the undergraduate level before they move on medical school to prepare them for the rigors of continuing education. After medical school, medical students have to complete a residency in which they work alongside veteran doctors in a hospital setting on a normal caseload of patients. Participating in these residencies can involve stiff competition, as young doctors jostle each other for the most advantageous residencies for their careers.

Alan Faustino completed his residency and additional training at several hospitals in the Northeast. He worked at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, the Bayside Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Episcopal Hospital in Philadelphia.

Alan Faustino – Internal Medicine Specialist

Alan Faustino is an internal medicine specialist in New Jersey. For years, he used to work with traveling celebrities and performers who came to Atlantic City and needed medical attention. He has been known as the Rock Doc for all of his work with rock stars and other performers.

Alan Faustino

Internal medicine is a broad medical specialty primarily dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases in adults. These physicians are skilled in dealing with undifferentiated and multi-system diseases, working mostly in hospitals on complex cases. Many internal medicine patients are seriously ill and require long-term care, so most physicians work in hospitals, administering care to patients with often serious conditions or diseases. Physicians can also work in clinics or both clinics and hospitals although time constraints usually force internal medicine specialists to choose one setting or another. While internal medicine specialists treat a wide range of maladies, they are not to be confused with family physicians, general practitioners, or family practitioners. General practitioners treat a wide range of conditions and diseases, too, but their work is not solely confined to adults, as an internist’s is, and their work may also include surgery, obstetrics, and more.

Alan Faustino is an internal medicine specialist who wants to one day run his own medical company that helps doctors with tracking their patients with electronic medical records and IT solutions for medical facilities throughout the United States and beyond. His years of experience working with patients has given him a unique perspective on the usefulness and importance of easy access and transfer of medical records.

Alan Faustino – Believer in Electronic Medical Records

Alan Faustino has long been a believer in the effectiveness of electronic medical records. They are much easier to transfer and for doctors to use when recommending treatments or working with patients. Faustino is a veteran physician and internal medicine specialist and he knows how important the transfer of electronic medical records are to his job and in keeping his patients healthy. Before electronic medical records, a patient’s complete medical history was not easily accessed by doctors in real time. This caused problems at times for many different reasons. Now, patients can transfer medical facilities without fear of any handler losing their information at any time.

An electronic medical record holds all of the standard medical and clinical data in one place for the use of medical service providers exactly when they need it. EMRs are specifically designed to contain and share all the pertinent information in one place. This information can be recorded, consulted, and managed by authorized providers and their staff members to handle all of their patients’ treatment and insurance matters quickly and easy. This information can also be easily transferred between medical providers so that every patient can rest assured that their medical records and history are properly consulted and managed by everyone who needs to be involved.

Alan Faustino

Alan Faustino

Electronic medical records also help patients when they move or change providers within the same area. EMRs allow a patient’s medical history to go with them, even if they move across state lines. EMRs can be transferred to follow patients anywhere they want to go. It aids in their insurance processing, and can help with diagnosing potential problems before they are detected by a physician. They track data over time for every patient, identify people who are due for preventative screenings or visits that may head off problems in the future.

Alan Faustino created NextEMR to help physicians, patients, and healthcare providers with the data they need to properly track treatment plans and the complete medical histories of patients across providers and even different parts of the country and the world. Using advanced record keeping and cloud-based technology, NextEMR helps physicians make the right decisions at the right time for every patient. Faustino hopes that his company’s technology-based approach will spread throughout the industry and help physicians perform their work better and faster. He has worked in the medical industry for many years as a physician, and he knows the tools they need to do their jobs effectively.

Alan Faustino – Tips for Catching Bluegill

Alan Faustino is a fishing enthusiast that enjoys everything from ocean fishing for tuna, to sitting on a stream looking to hook trout. Alan and many other fisherman are always on the lookout for new and better fish-catching strategies. However, learning how to catch more fish is a matter of understanding each individual species and breed. So the first thing that you need to do to improve your fishing game, is to pick a target species and master it before moving on to the next. One particularly good fish for the novice fisherman is the bluegill, as it tends to be easier to catch than other species. This is due to the bluegill being a bolder and more reckless fish than other breeds.

Alan FaustinoIf you want to catch more bluegill, it is all about the kind of bait that you use. Fortunately, bluegill will basically eat anything under the sun, though some bait is more effective than the others. The best bait for a bluegill is live bait, as they like their meal to squirm a bit first. Crickets for instance, though not found in most bait stores, make a great bait for catching big bluegill. The bluegill seem to like it crunchy, so beetles are also very effective. Third on the list are wax worms, they squirm a lot on the hook, which is bound to attract a lot of bluegill. They simply cannot resist slow-moving prey.

Alan Faustino likes to spend time with his friends and family going fishing for fun and sport.

Alan Faustino – Fishing Tips – Bass

Alan Faustino is a doctor of internal medicine that also enjoys fishing when he has the free time. In order to be a better fisher however, one must learn their enemy. That means that catching more fish means knowing what fish you want to catch. Knowing the habits and feeding patterns, sleep cycles and preferred bait of your prey will make you a much more effective hunter. If you are trying to find more Bass for instance, you first should know that there are many different kinds of bass. Most people think of the iconic largemouth bass, but they come in many shapes and sizes, including the Choctaw bass, the small mouth bass, the Guadalupe bass, and even the white bass. Because of their popularity, this article will focus mostly on catching largemouth bass.

Alan FaustinoIf you want to catch a bunch of bass, the best time to do so is during the pre-spawn. This is known as the holy grail of bass fishing. The pre-spawn for the largemouth bass starts in the spring time when the temperature of the water gets to about 60 degrees on average. At this time male and female bass will begin to gravitate towards more shallow water, brining aggressive feeding patterns with them. An ambitious fisherman will use this time to fish by the shore, as there will be a large volume of largemouth bass in a feeding frenzy, prime time for some excellent fishing.

Alan Faustino has been fishing ever since he was a kid, and never gets tired of it.

Alan Faustino – Hospice Developments

Alan Faustino is a man with an impressive career in medicine, one that has included working in hospice care. Hospice care is a branch and philosophy of medicine that deals with the psychological and spiritual pains of illness as well as the physical ones. Over time, the concept of the hospice has evolved over time to become what it is today. This was not always an easy road however, as the hospice philosophy met much resistance from several different cultures and professional physicians. Some of the cultural limitations were due to the fact that doctors and the population at large were not comfortable with openly discussing death, or the new and strange medical techniques the hospice concept brought with it. Hospice care met more resistance in the form of physicians themselves, who would often act reserved and cold to patients that were terminally ill.

Alan FaustinoThanks to a brave few, the hospice movement would eventually see success. Among these brave figureheads was Dr. Josefina Magno, who helped to form the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Magno would also be the very first executive director of the Us National Hospice Organization. Magno also founded the International Hospice Institute, and helped make modern hospice into what it is today. All of these facilities operated on the core belief system that every country needed to have a specific form of medical care for those who were terminally ill.

Alan Faustino is a doctor of internal medicine that worked in hospice care for quite some time.

What You Need to Know About Mahi-Mahi Fishing

Mahi-mahi also called Dorado and dolphin fish is one of the world’s popular gamefish. The fish is beautifully colored and is very tasty. However, catching is not as easy task as the fish will jump and fight hard when hooked. Mahi-mahi is found in abundance in tropical waters and grow to a maximum weight of about 90lbs.

Alan FaustinoWhat Tackle to Use?

Any medium weight tackle should be fine for mahi-mahi fishing. For example, a Shimano Trinidad 16N casting reel will be ideal. However, several times mahi-mahi is hooked with heavy tackle when trolling for bigger fish such as Marlin. Using a heavier tackle to catch a Dorado will take the fight out of the fish, on the other hand using a lightweight baitcasting rod to catch a 30lbs Dorado will show you the strength of the fish. You can use trolling lures that are meant for Tuna, Saltfish or Marlin to catch Dorado. You might want to watch out if you are using heavy lures, as the fish can jump wildly when hooked and could cause the lure to come flying back at a high speed.

Technique

Mahi-mahi or Dorado is an open water fish and can be found alongside floating debris. If you find any floating debris such as logs when you are deep sea fishing, you might want to check it out, there could be Dorado nearby.

What Bait to Use?

Dorado or mahi-mahi eat fish, so you might want to use traditional bait such as Pacific Mackerel or sardines. If you are fishing for bigger Dorado fish, you might want to use larger bait.

Alan Faustino enjoys deep sea fishing for mahi-mahi.

Alan Faustino – Introduction to Hospice

Alan Faustino is an entrepreneur and doctor of internal medicine that has spent a good portion of his career working at a hospice. A hospice is a kind of care, a philosophy of a sort that focuses on the terminally and chronically ill. A hospice doctor helps care not just for a patient’s physical needs, but their emotional and spiritual ones. In the Western world, hospice based philosophies in medicine originated as early as the 11th century in Europe. Since then it has been evolving, being heavily influenced by the Roman Catholic tradition of giving hospitality to the dying, the sick, or the gravely wounded. The hospice provides comfort for those that are in dire conditions and are geared towards treatments that can last for months or even years, as opposed to the brief treatment one would receive at a hospital.

Alan Faustino

Alan Faustino

In the United States, hospice is a term that is basically defined by the parameters of the Medicare and health insurance providers. A hospice can be carried out in a specifically designed facility, or it can be done at the patient’s home. Usually when a patient is given a terminal diagnosis and turned over to a hospice, they are predicted to have less than six months to live. The hospice does not just comfort the patient during the time of passing, but also helps aid the family through a very emotionally and spiritually trying time.

Alan Faustino is a doctor of internal medicine that worked for many years in the hospice service.

Tuna Fishing Tips

If you are planning to go tuna fishing, it means you have been fishing for a couple of years already, and you are experienced in deep sea fishing. Tuna fishing is a whole different world of fishing. The size of the tuna you catch depends on the season and depth of the water you go fishing in. Tuna fishing is a popular sport for many experienced anglers, and is also a great source of revenue within the fishing industry. Here are three tuna fishing tips you can use.

Alan FaustinoSet the Bait and Wait

Obviously you know that when you go fishing, you have to set the bait and wait. When you go tuna fishing, it is no different, you will have to be patient and wait for the tuna to bite. You should hook the bait to the nose of the fish and spread your baits out at different depths, this will make it look more natural to the tuna. You want to cast the shallowest bait first and then go deeper with each bait, this way your lines will not get tangled up.

Hold the Rod Firmly

Tuna fishing requires you to have a good grip on the fishing rod. You will need to use a pair of thick buckskin gloves, or you will end up having calluses on your fingers and palms. You must keep the fishing rod’s end always pointed directly towards the fish. Maintain a tight line and do not pull unless a fish takes the bait.

Winding it in

You will most need a couple of partners to help you reel your catch in. When the tuna bites, you can have one of the fishermen wind in the other reels and another help remove and store the other rods. When the fish bites, you will have to move your hooked rod to a mounted fighting swivel holster, and keep an eye on your catch. You will have to rotate the boat so that the fishing line is at a 45-degree angle and off the gunwale.

Your line will need to be extremely tight, especially for the first runs. Make sure you grip the reel tightly and keep up the pace until the fish shows signs of tiredness. Reel it close enough so that you can harpoon the tired tuna and haul it into your boat.

Alan Faustino is an experienced angler and enjoys fishing for tuna.