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Common Work & Financial Questions featuring Melanie Honsbruch, CPWIC, Curriculum Developer and Trainer at the Colorado Office of Employment First (OEF)– What the “Employment First” philosophy is (1:55);– Where “Employment First” is implemented in the United States (6:30);– How can someone get involved in Employment First advocacy (9:45)– Learn about job equity and “Competitive Integrated Employment” (16:03)– CO DB 101 – Colorado Disability Benefits 101 (23:00)Acronyms used in this episode: SSI = Supplemental Security Income; SSDI = Social Security Disability Insurance
ABLE Accounts & Asset Limit featuring Mike Keglovits, ABLE & Special Programs Manager at CollegeInvest– What the Federal Benefit Asset Limit and introduction into ABLE accounts (2:20)– How an ABLE account can help individuals with disabilities save (2:52)– ABLE accounts and Trusts (3:28)– Learn about new legislation for ABLE accounts (5:10)– Opening an ABLE account (10:00)Acronym used in this episode: SSI = Social Security IncomeWebsites mentioned in episode: www.ColoradoABLE.org
Today we have on the show, Cameron Ryan from Xcllusive Business Brokers talking about an interesting new term - EBITDAC. What is EBITDAC you say…? Cameron and our host Joanna Oakey dig into this concept and how it may be relevant to you and your business. Connect with Cameron Ryan Book a Lawyer Now!
Benefits Counseling featuring Shantelle Rockman, Executive Director of Integrating Supports Colorado– What a benefits counselor/planner is (2:37)– The importance of understanding your benefits (4:27)– Advice about staying safe from benefits trafficking (6:20)– How to locate and get started with a benefits counselor/planner (7:14)- You can access co.db101.org or the CO Office of Employment First website, www.employmentfirstcolorado.org (10:04)Acronyms used in this episode: SSI = Social Security Income, SSDI = Social Security Disability Insurance, SNAP = Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps), DVR = Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Key Biodiversity Areas or KBAs are sites that are important for the survival of a species or ecosystem. Canada is a global leader in identifying KBAs which will play a critical role in our efforts to halt and reverse biodiversity loss before it's too late. As part of the KBA Canada Secretariat, together with our partners and volunteers, Birds Canada is identifying the most precious places in Canada.The KBA program has the potential to be a game-changer for safeguarding threatened biodiversity, as it is now possible to focus conservation efforts where it matters the most. Currently, there are 1056 critical sites under review, which will cover about 10% of Canada!Acronyms in this episode:KBA = Key Biodiversity AreaIBA = Important Bird and Biodiversity AreaIUCN = International Union for Conservation of NatureWCS = Wildlife Conservation Society CanadaEBAR Maps = Ecosystem-based Automated Range MapsNGO = Non-governmental OrganizationLooking for ways to help bird conservation? Get some Bird Friendly Certified Coffee! 10% of your purchase from Birds and Beans goes towards supporting this podcast and bird conservation in Canada when you use this link.Andrew Couturier is the Senior Director of Landscape Science and Conservation at Birds Canada. He is celebrating 25 years with the organization. He is proud to have pioneered work on mapping the distribution, abundance, and migratory connections of birds that is featured regularly in scientific papers, books, popular publications, websites, and field guides.Amanda Bichel is the Key Biodiversity Areas Coordinator at Birds Canada. She loves working with enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to monitor KBAs for priority species, carrying out conservation activities, organizing events, and increasing awareness of the program. Andrea Gress studied Renewable Resource Management at the University of Saskatchewan. She pivoted towards birds, after an internship in South Africa. Upon returning, she worked with Piping Plovers in Saskatchewan and now coordinates the Ontario Piping Plover Conservation Program for Birds Canada. Follow her work at @ontarioploversHave a burning question? Many people might have the same question, we would love to answer it.Please send us your voice memo with any bird question to -> email@example.comAlternatively, call 519-586-3531, extension 128, and leave a voice mail!
What are PIDs, PUDs, and MUDs? How do you make sure your clients receive proper notice? Dr. Blake K Bennett, Associate Professor and Extension Economist at Texas A&M, provides these answers and more on the latest episode of Welcome to the Top.
Hugh Gilmore has spent over a decade providing sport psychology support to Olympians and Paralympians, coaches and the associated multidisciplinary teams. He is passionate about training people in Motivational Interviewing, (MINT Member) and has also trained in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT**) at the Albert Ellis institute in NYC. (**Acronym alert) In this podcast we discuss the broad area of building culture within teams - Hugh introduces many of the disciplines and theories that he has applied to Olympic & world class weightlifting and athletics teams. I learnt about OAP - Observable, Achievable, Promotable - if you are changing your cultural behaviour internally does it follow the 3...is it observable? is it achievable? is it promotable? I learned about the difference between informal and formal culture. And I learnt about REBT - Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. Much of what we do in the sales environment is process driven but at the very core sits people - employees, customers and prospects. I hope you find something in this episode - I always enjoy chatting with Hugh. He puts serious depth to the whole idea of culture, team building and performance improvement, fills in the gaps (where there are plenty) and leaves us maybe asking more questions of ourselves and our strategies for change. Enjoy.
While sexting might seem like a new notion, the concept dates back to WWII when soldiers would write home to their spouses. In this episode we discuss how some racey acronyms were worked into their letters. We also talk about how some common phrases like “bite the dust” and “hair of the dog” are much older than you would imagine. Listen to hear which one dates back to biblical times! Follow us on YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @GreetingsTAC, email us at GreetingsTAC@gmail.com, or leave us a voicemail at 915-317-6669 if you have a story to share with us. If you like the show, leave us a review, tell a friend, and subscribe! Visit us on the web at TechnicallyAConversation.com Click here to learn about our review contest!: https://www.technicallyaconversation.com/Contest Episode Page: https://www.technicallyaconversation.com/episodes/Acronyms New YouTube Video! Vibrato Don't forget to like, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to catch out latest videos! Listen to Espooky Tales Follow them on Instagram Listen To The Nerd Expansion Follow them on Instagram Sources: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/the-first-use-of-omg-was-in-a-1917-letter-to-winston-churchill-145636383/ https://www.history.com/news/wwii-acronyms-letters-valentines https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2022/06/use-these-1930s-acronyms-to-sext-like-a-wwii-soldier/ https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/lit-meaning-origin https://www.dictionary.com/e/hair-of-the-dog/ https://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/get-your-goat.html https://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/65500.html https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-34198390 https://www.life.com/animals/life-with-mike-the-headless-chicken-photos-of-a-famously-tough-fowl/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/technicallyaconversation/message
Chuck Bean and ACRONYM welcome Joel Morgan and Amy Vandenbosch to talk about this weekend's Brickworld Detroit Lego convention comping to the Suburban Collection Showplace! We're introduced to Kid Yoda, discuss the theraputic and collaborative nature of Lego and more! Plus G4TV is hit with layoffs, someone hacked Take Two and got footage of the […] The post That’s a Joelex Watch appeared first on WRIF Rocks Detroit.
In this episode I share some recent downloads from SPIRIT that encourage us to speak more of our truth.Enjoy these memorable acronyms that are sure to help you stop hiding and start expressing your authentic self!If you loved the episode please leave me a rating & review, it would mean the world! To dive deeper into my world please follow me on instagram for a peek into my life as a Medium who enjoys all things beautiful, especially champagne! @TheMediumExperienceIf you're interested in a reading or spiritual mentoring, you can find more information on my websitehttp://www.themediumexperience.com/Cheers!
Anne Erickson joins Chuck Bean, Al Beck and ACRONYM as she starts her journey in gaming on Steam looking for recommendations. We talk about her being cousins with Sabu, her band Upon Wings, and her own podcast with Jade, The Squad! We also discuss Disney's D23 announcements, Matt Heafy of Trivium's favorite games of all […] The post Why Is One Dating? appeared first on WRIF Rocks Detroit.
Join us today for a chatty episode where we discuss topics like our feelings toward acronyms, tips for getting better payout at consignment stores, absurd questions that we've been asked and more.Don't forget to rate and review the podcast and follow us on instagram @shiny.family!
Have you been trying, yet not succeeding? Have you been giving your best effort and not receiving your best results? Are you frustrated with the process? Disappointed in your progress? Disheartened by your position? Worried about what will happen next? What do you do now? What you do now can be best guided by the […]
And yet, in homes, whole-house ventilation is a "brand-new" concept in much of our industry. The boys go through all the whole-house ventilation systems citing pros and cons and their own experiences with different systems in their projects across the board.Pete's resource: Energy Vanguard, Allison Bailes - https://www.energyvanguard.comChristoff Irwin with Positive Energyhttps://positiveenergy.pro/
In today's episode of the “Helping Families Be Happy” podcast, host Christopher Robins, Co-founder of Familius Publishing (A Husband, Father, Author, Fisherman, Backpacker, and Aspirational Musician based in the Central Valley of California) talks with guest Denise Marek (An internationally known Worry Management Expert and the creator of the CALM Methodology for worry-free-living. Besides, she is a Lecturer, Consultant, Writer, and Author of several books including CALM which is coming out on November 2022). Today Denise is talking about how to help mothers be calmer using the four-step process. Episode Highlights 01:40 – Denise has been awarded the Toastmasters International Accredited Speaker award for professionalism, outstanding achievement, and public speaking. She was the first woman in Ontario to ever receive this honor. 04:00 - When you learn how to stop worrying, it's going to allow your parenting experience to be more present happier, and less stressed. 05:50 - If you're looking deeper into the CALM, the C stands for Challenging your assumptions, because most of the time we're worrying, or assuming that something we don't want to happen might happen, says Denise. 08:00 – Denise states there's nothing wrong with making assumptions, however, the trouble is when you make negative assumptions, that's when you can start worrying. 10:00 – The second step is to ask yourself, will it matter a year from now? Most of the things we spend our time worrying about are really insignificant in the grand scheme of things. 12:00 - A lot of worries are when you're thinking, and there's something very important to do. Take action to control the things that you can control and one of the things you can control is self-care strategies. 14:00 – Denise talks about mastering your mind by catching and correcting throwaway words. 16:10 - Sometimes you have to acknowledge that you are exhausted and there is a time and place to talk. 19:20 - It's important to let go of the things that you can't control. We can learn to control our responses to the things that are happening. 21:25 – You should not feel guilty if you're not doing your best, if you are not doing things appropriately, and are not productive. 23:30 – Denise mentions that when you're feeling worried, it takes away some of your enjoyment. So, do what you can to learn how to stop worrying now and if you feel like you can't do it for you and do it for your kids. Three Key Points It is important to learn how to stop worrying, because it's going to allow your parenting experience to be more pleasant, happier and less stressed. It is inappropriate if we're worried and thinking about things that could go wrong in the future. Once you have the tools to stop worrying, then you can share that poem with your children so that then when they grow up, they're will too learn to worry less and then it will pass it down for a generation. So, it really is a generational blessing to learn how to stop worrying as a mom. Most of the time when we're worrying, we're putting ourselves in the future, all of the things that could go wrong, but in the present, everything's okay. So, in the present, remind yourself that all is well right now. That's just the way our bodies work, if you were actually in danger, your body sets you into motion, your brain will just jump to take you into action. When you're just imagining remind yourself, I'm safe right now. We need to be on the lookout on the things that we automatically say to ourselves like, I can't do it or this isn't going right, etc. We need to pay attention to the words that we're speaking out because our minds will believe on these more. The things that we hear ourselves say, then the things we hear anyone else saying. Tweetable Quotes “It's called CALM, and it's an Acronym, help us to understand what it means.” - Christopher Robins “There are some steps that you need to take to protect yourself, protect your family to protect your wealth, and that sort of thing.” - Denise Marek “Let's talk about the first one that I even mentioned in terms of all of those wave questions.” - Christopher Robins “When your environment is messy, or when your environment is unorganized, your brain sometimes can feel unorganized too.” - Denise Marek “I'm just talking about being careful that that becomes a habit.” - Denise Marek “My dad used to say do your best and forget the rest.” - Denise Marek “I have nine children and I can tell you that they've all come prepackaged, and we've done our best to teach and train them.” - Christopher Robins “Denise's book CALM for Moms comes out in November 2022, and visit her blog at www.denisemarec.com.” - Christopher Robins Resources Mentioned Helping Families be Happy Podcast Apple Denise Marek Instagram Facebook YouTube Podcast Editing
This week Cam sat down with guest Laura Eigel and talked about the importance of having Values and how instilling them within your personal life as well as your business can make a huge difference in setting yourself up for success. Laura Eigel is the Founder of The Catch Group, a Leadership and Coaching Firm helping women accelerate into the C Suite, the Host of You Belong in the C Suite Podcast, and the Author of the book Values First. With more than 20 years of experience in HR and through her career, she built leadership in others to help them align with their personal values of growth and development. Laura is an achiever at heart and an advocate for others but felt a misalignment for her calling, so she left her corporate job and began offering individual coaching, group coaching, and consulting with companies. Cam and Laura chat about how they each sat down and navigated defining their own personal values as well as nailing down the guiding values for their businesses. Both having navigated through the highs and lows, especially during the shutdown of 2020, Cam and Laura both have great insight into the struggles and successes, and how having these Core Values acted as the foundation to continue pressing on. Here is a sneak peek of what this episode consists of: [4:34] Importance of Having Core Values [8:20] What are Core Values? [9:44] Acronym of V.A.L.U.E.S [22:50] Implementing Your Values [26:04] Best Practices of Core Values [34:42] Gaining Clarity on Your Values Product or Affiliate Links Freebie Worksheet from Laura Eigel Values First by Laura Eigel You Belong in the C-Suite Podcast Next week we will drop an episode about Rental Softwares Every Rental Company Needs. Be sure to join us!
The focus of our chat today is acronyms. Every business has acronyms. The ESG acronym soup can be overwhelming and confusing, but do not let that deflect from your determination to learn. We need a common understanding of key terms to help each other drive business value and society forward. Resources: 1) ESG Decoded Podcast - https://climeco.com/esg-decoded-podcast/ 2) Sustainability Decoded Podcast - https://link.chtbl.com/SustainabilityDecoded-McReynolds
Don't forget your two-sun sunscreen! Chandler is joined once again by DGil, Matt Levasseur and Luke Ski to talk about LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation! (Featuring Weird Al Yankovic!)
In this day and age of texting, shortcuts, and acronyms, Terry takes a look at the Business of Medicine Acronyms you can use every day. Terry also talks about the appropriate level of exam needed for E/M that may not be clear in CPT. Note: You may find a full list of these acronyms referenced […] The post Business of Medicine Acronyms appeared first on Terry Fletcher Consulting, Inc..
Kate and I dive into talking through anxiety, feeling trapped in your thoughts, and some ways we combat it, both physically and scripturally. Acronym mentioned: HALT (Hungry Angry Lonely Tired) Links mentioned: Psalm 28:7 Psalm 62:5-8 Colossians 3:12 Isaiah 54:10 1 Corinthians 2:1-2, 4-5 2 Corinthians 10:4-5 2 Corinthians 4:17-18 Colossians 3:1-2 Philippians 4:8 Romans 12:2 www.kateandkalco.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kalli-yoder/message
What this podcast contains Discussed in this Episode: ✅ Cheat sheet with over 40 + Acronym / Abbreviations ✅ What do the 3 levels of ASD Diagnosis mean ✅ ODD vs PDA ✅ ADHD vs ASD ✅ Common Confusions and Misunderstandings – with Psychologist Emily Hanlon Read more about this podcast in the show notes found via the link below suelarkey.com.au/understanding-acronyms-cheat-sheet/ Join the facebook group specifically for this podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/suelarkeypodcastcommunity/ To learn more about teaching or understanding ASD, please visit my website below. https://elearning.suelarkey.com.au
Chuck Bean and ACRONYM welcome Mike Pandoff back to the show to discuss the new Game of Thrones Prequel, House of the Dragon and She-Hulk. Chuck reviews Stray and TMNT the Cowabunge Collection, and we discuss a Twitch streamer who beat every N64 game, Xbox Game Pass Family Plans and The Joker's real name revealed […] The post Who let Dragons in the House? appeared first on WRIF Rocks Detroit.
Okay, so … telehealth for Medicare patients. Currently, there's payment parity, meaning a clinician gets paid the same amount for a Medicare patient visit regardless of whether that patient comes in the office or has a telehealth encounter. Right? Or did that end already? And if it didn't end, how much longer will payment parity continue? Also, is it the same for commercial and Medicaid patients? Congress makes rules for Medicare patients, but is it Congress that makes the rules for commercial and/or Medicaid telehealth reimbursement rates? Or how do those reimbursement decisions get made? What about the doing telehealth across state lines thing … the idea that if I'm a doc in New York, I can take a telehealth appointment with a patient in Arizona even though I am technically not licensed in Arizona? And who's in charge of that? Yeah, I went into today's conversation with Josh LaRosa, VP at Wynne Health Group, with a lot of questions. As you may suspect, this program is about telehealth. But just to level set on what we're not talking about, this interview does not dissect the “should we use the telehealth or should we not” question; and it does not get into best practices or equity concerns. For that info, listen to the show with Christian Milaster (EP320) or Liliana Petrova (EP357) or Ali Ucar (EP362) or Ian Tong, MD (EP347). Also, we are not talking about the politics, per se, of who's for telehealth and who's against it. We also aren't drilling too far into the telehealth fraud cases that are coming to light right now, but of course we cannot resist talking about them a little bit. So, let me tell you what Josh LaRosa and I are, in fact, talking about in this healthcare podcast. We're specifically discussing the near-term future of CMS reimbursement for telehealth and the allowed so-called “flexibilities” for telehealth. We talk about a few of the why's behind why are policy makers doing some of the stuff that they are doing. And then we chat about the when, how long some of the new flexibilities and reimbursements that were permitted originally during the pandemic will continue. We touch on the Cerebral incident (I guess maybe you'd call it) and the potential DEA or legislative actions that may result from that as well. An interesting point that we dig into for a couple minutes is this one: Do not forget that the whole telehealth reimbursement debate (do I wanna call it?)—Should we cover it? Should we not cover it? And for how much?—this whole debate is part of a bigger debate. A much bigger debate, actually: the fee-for-service vs the not-fee-for-service debate. That's the larger context of all of this, and I think it's often overlooked. Nobody anywhere is limiting how often a practice who wants to use telehealth as part of some kind of risk-based or capitated thing can use telehealth. Why? Because in a capitated or bundle arrangement, from a Medicare trust fund perspective at least, telehealth visits are not equivalent to additional spend or additional volume. In a non-FFS environment, there's little chance of fraud also, really. Also, patient safety—arguably, probably—becomes much more of a practice concern. It gets a lot less rewarding to do unsafe things over telehealth when you don't get automatically paid to do them … and also paid to fix the problems that resulted from the unsafe things, which is the perverse beauty of FFS that we're all so familiar with. Acronym alert! PHE stands for public health emergency. A public health emergency is the thing the government declares, for example, during a pandemic. You can learn more at wynnehealth.com or by following on Twitter and LinkedIn. Josh LaRosa, MPP, is a vice president at Wynne Health Group, focusing primarily on regulatory affairs with a focus on the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). His interests lie in delivery reform and innovations in payment and care delivery models. Josh also supports the firm's Public Option Institute, which studies the emergence of public option programs at the state level. Prior to Wynne Health Group, Josh consulted for the CMS Innovation Center, where he worked to implement, monitor, and spread learning garnered from the center's high-profile demonstration projects, most recently including the national primary care redesign effort, Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+). Josh holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Virginia's Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. He also completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia, graduating cum laude with a BA in political philosophy, policy, and law. 04:09 What is the story with telehealth policy right now? 06:08 What kind of flexibilities did HHS allow with telehealth after the pandemic? 09:46 Are we still under these pandemic flexibilities for telehealth? 12:15 Why isn't the government just making greater access to telehealth permanent? 18:24 How does telehealth lend itself to the risk of overspending when dealing with an FFS model? 21:13 Does telehealth fit into the new CMS fee schedule? 22:55 How do states factor into the future of telehealth? 24:40 What is Arizona doing specifically to improve and ensure the future of telehealth? 30:56 What's next in store for telehealth at the congressional level? You can learn more at wynnehealth.com or by following on Twitter and LinkedIn. @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is the story with telehealth policy right now? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What kind of flexibilities did HHS allow with telehealth after the pandemic? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Are we still under these pandemic flexibilities for telehealth? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why isn't the government just making greater access to telehealth permanent? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does telehealth lend itself to the risk of overspending when dealing with an FFS model? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Does telehealth fit into the new CMS fee schedule? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How do states factor into the future of telehealth? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is Arizona doing specifically to improve and ensure the future of telehealth? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What's next in store for telehealth at the congressional level? @josh_larosa of @WynneHealth discusses #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! 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In this episode Sean and Terry provide a comprehensive list of acronyms in healthcare from the obvious to the obscure. There is also talk of The Show Friends, Sean's beard, and much more. There is also, a complete list of Sean and Terry's Acronyms available on LinkedIn on Sean's feed.
How confusing is the rainbow spectrum? Canada, the gayest country in North America, can't even settle on what to call gays. We dive into the latest acronym atrocities. There's also an FBI agent who "resigned," and it may have to do with Hunter Biden. And did Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers tell everyone to vote Republican? #FBI #JoeRogan #aaronrodgers Come See Standup! - http://www.louderwithcrowder.com/tour NEW MERCH! https://crowdershop.com/ GET TODAY'S SHOW NOTES with SOURCES: https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/2slgbt-queer-acronyms-straight Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices