Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

In his role as VP of Clinical Operations at CareSync, Russell Dumas, BSN, RN, manages and develops clinical services functions and provides leadership to ensure excellent patient care, safe operations, and high member satisfaction. A former Naval officer, Russ has held several significant leadership positions in various healthcare settings, including Allscripts, Napier Healthcare, Bayer Healthcare and Allegheny Health Network.
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Better Vision Is in Sight

Posted by Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

Aug 9, 2016 3:59:44 PM

Vision health has an impact on our everyday lives, helping us work, play, and interact with the world. Regular eye exams can help you keep your eyes healthy so you can continue doing all the things you enjoy.

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Topics: physicians & providers, health tips, eye health, preventive care

Sleep: Why We Need It and How to Get It

Posted by Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

Jul 13, 2016 9:06:18 AM

When you think of what makes a person healthy, the first things that come to mind are probably a healthy diet and exercise. But did you know that getting enough sleep is also critical to your health and well-being?

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Topics: sleep disorders, patients, health tips

Concerned About Osteoporosis?: 5 Tips for Better Bone Health

Posted by Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

May 17, 2016 4:09:02 PM

We don’t usually think of them this way, but our bones are living tissue. They change throughout our lives. When bones are healthy, they are constantly renewing themselves by breaking down old bone and building up new bone. But when age or other factors cause our bones to break down faster than they can be replaced, our bones begin to weaken. This can lead to loss of bone mass, or osteoporosis.

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Topics: patients, health tips, fitness & exercise, healthy living, chronic conditions

Back to Basics: Better Health Made Easy

Posted by Russell Dumas, BSN, RN

May 9, 2016 8:57:27 AM

Need to get healthy? Maybe your doctor has told you to improve your physical fitness in order to prevent or even delay heart disease, diabetes, or certain cancers. Maybe you want to lose weight or have more energy. No matter what your reason or even your age, getting started may be easier than you think.

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Topics: family health, caregivers, patients, fitness & exercise, healthy eating, healthy living, health tips

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