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Last month, Multnomah County fined ambulance service provider AMR more than $500,000 for slow response times to emergency 911 calls. According to its exclusive contract service with the county, AMR is required to respond to 90% of life-threatening calls within 8 minutes in urban areas. But in August, AMR ambulances were delayed in responding to 14% of emergency calls. The company has appealed the fine and claims the problem is largely due to the county’s staffing requirement of two paramedics per ambulance. In Washington, Clackamas and Clark counties, for example, no such requirement exists, and AMR is able to staff ambulances with one paramedic and an EMT.Meanwhile, there’s a growing shortage of EMTs and paramedics across the nation, including Oregon, which community colleges are helping to address through training courses. Joining us to talk about these issues are Dr. Paul Lewis, deputy health officer for Multnomah County; Randy Lauer, vice president of operations for AMR; and Dave Schapp, EMS programs director at Central Oregon Community College in Bend.
Just because you see a car running without anyone in the driver's seat does not mean YOU'RE supposed to be the driver! If you can manage to make it through the day without taking an ambulance on a joy-ride… you're doing OK! Source: https://www.wave3.com/2023/11/20/lexington-woman-accused-taking-stolen-ambulance-joyride/
Some officials are hoping the truce between Israel and Hamas could be extended even further. US leaders remember former first lady Rosalynn Carter. Lawmakers have to decide what to do about Congressman George Santos. A cyber-attack that hit an East Texas hospital network is more widespread than initially thought. And, New Zealand can't quit smoking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yishai Fleishere flies to Miami to bring an ambulance for Hebron! Then, Rabbi Shimshon Nadel discusses the Torah's teaching on the price for redeeming hostages. And, Ben Bresky on the Israeli martial art of KRAV MAGA! Finally, Table Torah on the secret of Jacob's ladder.
SEASON 2023 EPISODE 46: Yishai flies to Miami to receive an ambulance for Hebron! Then, Rabbi Shimshon Nadel discusses the Torah's teaching on the price for redeeming hostages. And, Ben Bresky on the Israeli martial art of KRAV MAGA! Finally, Table Torah on the secret of Jacob's ladder.SPONSOR LINKS:The Israel Bible https://theisraelbible.com/Prohibition Pickle https://www.facebook.com/Prohibitionpickle/Hebron Fund https://hebronfund.org/The Jewish Press https://www.jewishpress.com/JNS https://www.jns.org/Kosher Cycle Tours http://www.KosherCycleTours.comPODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://yishaifleisher.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3mIsdfU Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3oP2Reo4JYnfIJdDUrQS2c RSS: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1271258.rss YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/YishaiFleisherTV SUPPORT & CONNECT:Check out the sponsors above, it's the best way to support this podcastSupport on Givecloud: https://kumah.givecloud.co/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YishaiFleisherInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yishaifleisherLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yishaifleisher/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YishaiFleisherSupport the show
There are some people you meet once who leave a deep impact on you. The man who conceived the idea of a common number all over India for emergency Ambulance service -108 is one such. I heard him speak a decade ago & have been inspired by his story. Ever since I started this podcast, it has been a dream to have Dr. Sudhakar Varanasi as my guest. Today is therefore a special episode. Dr. Sudhakar had his education at IIT, Kharagpur (1969-74) and obtained a Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. After 17 years at IISc, he moved to the corporate world and joined the IT wave in India in 1991. He was a founding director of Tiger Software and then moved to Satyam Computer Services as a part of senior management. One of his major achievements in the social sector is the designing of the 108 emergency medical services. He started EMRI (Emergency Management Research Institute) in 2005 which pioneered large-scale deployment of emergency services for the first time in India under a public-private-partnership model. He then moved to the CEO position at CoOptions Technologies to set up a state-wide ICT platform across Andhra Pradesh to reach 3 million farmers in villages to bring about financial inclusion. He was also chief mentor at Emergent Institute and CEO at Namma Bengaluru Foundation, Bangalore. He currently mentors many individuals and organizations and challenges them to take on large social causes using innovation, technology, and the spirit of entrepreneurship. His fields of interest are: education, healthcare and financial inclusion. Listen in as Dr. Sudhakar Varanasi shares amazing nuggets of life with a tinge of his trademark humor. A conversation where we cover his journey, the shifts, contentment & joy. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-third-eye1/message
Wouter Potters is the CEO and co-founder of Trianect which is developing the pre-hospital stroke triage product, Strokepointer. The post Strokepointer – In Ambulance Stroke Triage | Wouter Potters appeared first on Recovery After Stroke.
November's Forest Ramble discussion is here! This month, Rich Ferraro is joined by Baz, Tom and Steven to cover: Everton receive a points deduction; what does this mean for the Premier League? Steve Cooper's game plan - is the Reds' success contingent upon listening to the gaffer? What will success look like for Forest this season? As usual, we will also hear the opinions of you, the listeners, we'll have our monthly quiz and Jeremy Davies will be along with his latest Sketch. We will also have a quick Her Game Too update from Ellie Molloson, and Tom and the Maradona of the Midlands have an argument about Martin O'Neill. Subscribe to 1865 via your podcast provider, and please leave a review, as it helps other Forest supporters find our content: Apple - Spotify - YouTube. Join us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Threads or TikTok. 1865: The Nottingham Forest Podcast is part of the Sports Social Network, and partnered with FanHub; thanks to Greene King Sport for sponsoring this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we are back with a boys only episode. In a more general catchup style podcast we talk about: Spotify vs Apple, The Kia Buckley Podcast, social anxiety and then gym clothing, Our beach tradition, Instagram needs an update, Evan's new job, The new spider-man game bargain, never having sex without role playing, Spotify playlist, Dylan honked an ambulance, The AFL debacle and a new youtube creator. Rate us 5 stars! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, you're going to learn the #1 thing you can do to get out of a horrendously high ambulance bill. Also, what does insurance open enrollment mean, what's the deal with those annoying commercials, and why should you care? Dr. Virgie reveals what to do to spend the least amount of money for your medical care - whether you can afford traditional health insurance or not - and save your financial life. https://crushmedicaldebt.com
Welcome to the November 2023 edition of Excuse My Medic (EM2). Amidst the opening banter, the team takes a serious look at the new Veterans Administration Rule that would harm our Veterans and the ambulance services they may require. The EM2 Team takes a closer look with guests, Heather Sharar, Executive Director of the Ambulance Association of Pennsylvania and US Marine Corps Veteran, Adam Patterson. Tune in and join Chuck, Gary, and Ed for a great session that will enlighten and keep you informed. As always, with any EM2, we hope to provide food for thought and bring a few smiles along the way as well. Go ahead, take this one in, you'll be glad you did.
In this episode, Marcus has the privilege of hosting a remarkable individual who has traversed diverse worlds - from the military to Hollywood, and beyond. Remi Adeleke, born in Nigeria, is not only an accomplished writer and actor but also a fierce advocate against organ trafficking. Join us as we delve into his incredible journey, from the streets of the Bronx to the high-stakes world of Navy SEALs and the glimmering lights of the entertainment industry. Remi's life story is one of resilience and determination. His world took a drastic turn following the death of his father. At just five years old, Remi, alongside his mother and brother, embarked on a new chapter in the Bronx, New York. Little did he know, this move would set the stage for a life of extraordinary experiences. Driven by a profound sense of duty and an unyielding spirit, Remi enlisted in the Navy, but his journey didn't stop there - he went on to join the elite Navy SEALs, specializing in combat medicine and HUMINT (Human Intelligence/tradecraft). From the battlefield to the big screen, Remi's transition into the world of Hollywood is a tale of its own. His notable roles in films such as "Ambulance" (2022), "Special Forces: World's Toughest Test" (2023), and "Plane" (2023) highlight not only his acting prowess but also the breadth of his experiences. Beyond the glamour of Hollywood, Remi is actively engaged in a cause close to his heart - combating organ trafficking. Drawing from personal experiences and a commitment to justice, Remi works tirelessly to raise awareness and combat this illicit trade. We explore the motivations behind his involvement in this critical issue and discuss the impact he hopes to make in the fight against organ trafficking. Join us as we unravel the layers of this multifaceted individual, gaining insights into the extraordinary life of a man who continues to inspire others through his actions and advocacy. Socials: - https://www.instagram.com/remiadeleke/ - https://www.youtube.com/@remiadeleke1278 - https://www.instagram.com/team_neverquit/ In this episode you will hear: • [Marcus] I wanted to be a Navy SEAL so bad, but I just thought it was impossible. (6:41) • Every single day of my life I try to maintain a standard of excellence. (7:51) • I feel like I owe it to guys who gave their lives. (8:01) • I want to be excellent because I want to honor their legacy. (8:18) • I love America. I'm not ashamed to say it. (8:31) • It's so interesting how so many people outside America see it, and love it, and want it. (9:03) • [Marcus] When you really appreciate being an American is when you freakin' leave. (9:19) • A lot of people don't know this, but Nigeria is a very rich country, because there's so much oils, natural gas, gold, and minerals. (9:59) • 9-11 played a role in me getting into the military. It's bittersweet. (18:08) • [Organ trafficking] is a multi-billion dollar industry. (23:27) • There are some corrupt doctors that on the American border playing a role – “providing intelligence” to organ harvesters. (24:25) • A woman in India traveled to New Delhi for a job. When she went to get a physical, she heard the nurse say to the doctor “this is the girl who's giving these organs”. She ran out, alerted the police and uncovered a multimillion dollar organ harvesting ring, any of whom were doctors. (25:21) • We're not dealing with idiots. We're dealing with intelligent people. (26:41) • My feature film is called: “Unexpected Redemption.” (31:02) • I love storytelling. I love taking and idea from the beginning, writing a screenplay, rolling a camera and shooting it. (32:03) • It's a very tough business to be in, but just that “no quit” attitude had stayed with me. (32:58) It's all about the story to me. What message can impact people the most? (33:56) • Fear breeds fear; Calm breeds calm. (43:35)
Remi Adeleke is a former Navy SEAL, filmmaker, memoirist, and #1 New York Times bestselling author. During his service as a SEAL, Remi specialized as a medic and in Human Intelligence (HUMINT). He sheds light on how he uncovered "rat lines," on-the-ground routes used to move people and equipment in challenging environments. Adeleke also recounts harrowing stories from jump school, sharing how guys had parachute malfunctions and pulled their reserve parachutes first. Transitioning to the entertainment industry, Adeleke discusses how his military background seamlessly aligned with the needs of Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight. He has taken on acting roles in Ambulance (2022), Special Forces: World's Toughest Test (2023), and Plane (2023). Lately, he has delved into new roles behind the camera as both a writer and director. His most recent literary endeavor, Chameleon, marks the first installment in his Black Box Thriller series. Check out the Down Range Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/down-range/id1713364300 Get your copy of Chameleon: https://amzn.to/3ucwOhb Join the SOFREP Book Club here: https://sofrep.com/book-club See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
His new album The City Needs... Part Deux is out now. Here David tells me about putting out music independently, Spotify numbers, being at peace with where he's at and club bouncers. Tell us your work story, WhatsApp a voice note or message at 07904243 101. Learn your favourite song and download AMPOLLO - the FREE app that lets you practice at home with songs, using its AI stem-removing super smart tech: https://apps.apple.com/app/apple-store/id1659856412?pt=125376217&ct=Giles&mt=8 Photo: Jordan Curtis Hughes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If 35-year-old Marcus Stapleton's goal was to be sent back to prison, mission accomplished. All it took was a stolen ambulance, running it into the front of a convenience store, hitting a cop car, and a foot chase. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good news for 2024 on the Medicare front! This episode focuses on the extension of the “add-on” payments and we break down the new Ambulance Inflation Factor, as well. More money coming! Featuring Chuck Humphrey
Congress banned most surprise medical bills back in 2020, with one major exception: ambulance rides. Most people agree that patients should be shielded from these unexpected charges. But who should pick up the tab instead? As state and federal policymakers grapple with that question, we delve into why finding a fair solution is harder than you'd think.Guests:Tara Bannow, Reporter, STATPrecious Mae Clark, patientDia Gainor, Executive Director, National Association of State EMS OfficialsZach Gaumer, Principal, Health Management AssociatesJames Gelfand, JD President and CEO, ERISA Industry CommitteeBob Herman, Reporter, STATPete Lawrence, Deputy Chief, Oceanside FireButch Oberhoff, President, Texas EMS AllianceLeslie Walker, Senior Reporter/Producer, TradeoffsMatt Zavadsky, At-Large Director, National Association of EMTsTo learn more, read a full transcript on our website and check out our reporting partner STAT's story, too.Support this type of journalism today, with a gift, which for a limited time will be matched!Still not enough Tradeoffs? Sign up for our free weekly newsletter featuring the latest health policy research and news. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Criminal charges have been dismissed against the man who was arrested for throwing a brick through the windshield of an ambulance as it was responding to an emergency in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood in August.Prosecutors said their hands were tied because the state's mental health hospital did not admit Dale Cieslinski, 60, for treatment after he was found incompetent to stand trial.“What the law says is Western State needs to get people in for treatment within a short window of time, and if Western State doesn't do that, then that's the situation we find ourselves in - this person is back on the streets without treatment," said Casey McNerthney, the spokesperson for the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.Support the show
If you can manage to make it through the day without getting released from jail, then committing a crime and going right back there... you're doing OK! Source: https://www.pennlive.com/news/2023/11/man-charged-with-stealing-ambulance-in-pa-hitting-a-police-cruiser-and-then-crashing-it.html?utm_source=fark&utm_medium=website&utm_content=link&ICID=ref_fark
A senior ambulance officer has broken down in court after being asked whether more staff could have saved lives at Christchurch's Al Noor mosque in 2019. The coronial inquest into the March 15th mosque attacks continued at Christchurch today. The experienced St John paramedic became emotional on the stand when asked whether ambulance staff had the capabilities to treat dozens of critically wounded people inside the mosque. Our Christchurch reporter Adam Burns was in court.
Welcome to the world of the EMT, a world that in its own way reproduces the complex conditions of an ER—but without the safety net of a large institution. Valerie Creel, a registered nurse and LNC, who also worked for several years as an EMT, shares with you what goes on in an ambulance, both from the perspective of a team member and also the possible malpractice errors that can occur with ambulance transport risks. Although EMTs receive extensive training, Valerie says that only field experience can teach a person what needs to be done. One potential liability incident occurs when someone, having called 911, refuses to get into the ambulance. He may later change his mind and try to sue. Ambulances may get into collisions with other vehicles, another fraught situation. In addition, if all pieces of equipment aren't well secured, other risks occur. LNCs need to be aware that their attorney clients may not provide EMT or ambulance records or that sometimes more than one ambulance becomes involved. Whether the patient is delivered to a hospital that can meet his or her needs may be a liability issue. You will probably get involved in an ambulance-related lawsuit at some point in your LNC career. Valerie's detailed description of what goes on in the world of the EMT provides invaluable information. Learn more about Ambulance Transport Risks - Valerie Creel What kind of training does an EMT get? What levels of service are provided in different ambulances? What kind of hazards are involved in an ambulance ride? What medical liability situations do EMTs face? How do EMTs decide where to take a patient? Listen to our podcasts or watch them using our app, Expert.edu, available at legalnursebusiness.com/expertedu. Get the free transcripts and learn about other ways to subscribe. Go to Legal Nurse Podcasts subscribe options by using this short link: http://LNC.tips/subscribepodcast. https://youtu.be/QXEiezhQHik Announcing LNC Success™ Virtual Conference 9 October 26,27 & 28 Join us for a 3-day virtual event designed for legal nurse consultants just like you LNC Success™ Pat Iyer and Barbara Levin put together THE first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. They are back with their 8th all-new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. The LNC Success Conference implementation and networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise, also attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. After the LNC Success™ Virtual Conference, you will leave with clarity, confidence, and an effective step-by-step action plan that you can immediately implement in your business. Your Presenter of Ambulance Transport Risks - Valerie Creel Valerie Creel is the owner of Bridge Point Legal Nurse Consulting. She has been an RN since 2013 and has extensive experience with Critical Care. She has been in the intensive care unit (ICU) for the entirety of her nursing career. Valerie has worked with Trauma, Neuro, and Medical ICU patients including providing care through the Covid-19 pandemic. As an ICU nurse, she trained new RNs into the specialty and also worked as a Rapid Response nurse to respond to emergencies and serve as a resource to nurses throughout the hospital. In addition to her nursing experience, she worked as an EMT providing prehospital care in the 911 system of San Mateo County from 2007-2016. She had the opportunity to work with complex trauma and multi-casualty incidents including the Asiana Airline Crash at SFO in 2013. Valerie holds her board certification in Critical Care and earned her Bachelor's Degree from Grand Canyon University with honors. Valerie has been working in the legal nursing field since 2021 and has completed her coursework to specialize in strangulation, gunshot wound evaluation, and more.
In this episode of PragChat, Aaron and Jason sit down with Dr. Jeremy Kaswer and discuss REBOA. REBOA has been a hot topic recently due to a recent paper that presented some new information concerning patient outcomes. Dr. Kaswer discusses what REBOA is, how it works, why it could become a valuable tool in trauma, and other aspects. Dr. Kaswer a surgical critical care fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and a flight surgeon with the 28th ECAB in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. He worked EMS during medical school and continues to volunteer as a lieutenant with the Avon Fire Department and EMT with New Hartford Volunteer Ambulance. Thanks to Dr. Kaswer for taking time out of his busy schedule to talk with us and if you're not following him, check out his Instagram and LinkedIn. Follow the PragMedics on Instagram and Twitter.
Things get a little freeform and loopy. The abandonment of Zelensky. Tony Blinken dressing his son up as Zelesky and daughter as a Ukrainian flag for Halloween. More ghastly atrocities pile up overwhelmingly in 21st century Judaea. Try and pull out of the deathspiral of the topic into lighter climes: We put Biden's two Press Secretaries on the binary scale, this leads to satirical erotic fanfiction being written by yours truly, and then we dish about Ronnie DeSant's height-enhancing boots. [Note: I started talking about the existence of the Jenin Horse statue, made from exploded car and ambulance pieces and meant to be a symbol of hope for those in the Jenin refugee camp, and Palestinians more broadly. I get sidetracked from finishing the point of bringing it up which was that even the statue made from war crime remnants has been ripped away, stolen and destroyed by the IOF.]Commiserate on Discord: discord.gg/aDf4Yv9PrYSupport: patreon / buzzsprout / buymeacoffeeNever Forget: standwithdanielhale.orgGeneral RecommendationsTim's Recommendation: YuMex (Yugoslav Mexican Music)Josh's Recommendations: 1) Gen V 2) The Beatles latest single "Now and Then" Further Reading, Viewing, ListeningFull list of links, sources, etc More From Timothy Robert BuechnerWe Don't Know WrestlingWDKW Ko-fiBIG EGG SubstackLocationless Locationsheatdeathpod.comEvery show-related link is corralled and available here.Twitter: @heatdeathpodPlease send all Letters of Derision, Indifference, Inquiry, Mild Elation, et cetera to: email@example.comSupport the show
Broadcasting LIVE from the Sold by Eldon Studio, at MediaSkapes, the fellas had a Special Guest join the show, Jim Raetzke! Jim was a Bloomfield Township Firefighter and Paramedic for over 30 years. He shared some amazing stories from his thousands of runs, from over the years. It was an honor to to interview someone who runs into a burning building when all are running out! That is a true American hero in our book and we were so proud to speak with Jim Ratzke. Tune into Episode 64 to hear all about it! ASGP is POWERed by MediaSkapes! Love, CT & Rich … and Phil!!!
Mitch proves he's working hard to improve his pick points, and Scott watches 8 movies this week! 10:45 - The Bob's Burgers Movie17:13 - Shimmer Lake25:05 - You won't be alone33:18 - Ambulance43:05 - The Outfit50:08 - Waiting for the barbarians59:27 - The Gentlemen
durée : 00:14:55 - Journal de 12h30 - Après les bombardements d'une école de l'ONU et d'une ambulance qui ont fait une trentaine de morts dans Gaza, le Hamas pointe l'armée israélienne. - invités : Yvan Plantey; Gisèle Sapiro Sociologue, directrice de recherche au CNRS et directrice d'études à l'EHESS.
durée : 00:14:55 - Journal de 12h30 - Après les bombardements d'une école de l'ONU et d'une ambulance qui ont fait une trentaine de morts dans Gaza, le Hamas pointe l'armée israélienne. - invités : Yvan Plantey; Gisèle Sapiro Sociologue, directrice de recherche au CNRS et directrice d'études à l'EHESS.
Alyona Syneko, International Committee of the Red Cross; Aaron David Miller, former adviser on Arab-Israeli negotiations to six US Secretaries of State; Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Rose Conway-Walsh, Sinn Féin TD for Mayo; Bríd Smith, People Before Profit TD for Dublin South Central
Israel admits responsibility for an attack on an ambulance outside a Gaza hospital saying it was being used by Hamas. As the Israeli forces pound Gaza from the air and on the ground, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists there will be no ceasefire until Hamas hostages are freed. Plus, in an exclusive interview, CNN confronts Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) on an alleged campaign finance fraud scheme. For information on the Israel-Gaza conflict, check out CNN's podcast ‘Tug of War: Attack on Israel' here: https://link.chtbl.com/-lB8n-bJ
Netanyahu rules out pause in fighting until hostages are released. Also: The leader of the Lebanese Islamist militant group, Hezbollah, says Israel must stop attacking Gaza in order to avoid a regional war, Italy's prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, proposes big changes to the country's political system, and how a spider caused a pile up in America's Death Valley.
Israel's military has confirmed it struck an ambulance leaving a hospital in Gaza City. The Hamas-led health authorities in Gaza say a medical convoy was hit, causing many casualties. Israel's government tells us it was targeting Hamas fighters. Also on tonight's programme: The husband of the jailed Iranian activist who won this year's Nobel Peace Prize tells us she is being refused urgent medical care because she won't wear a hijab. And it's a landmark of our motoring heritage, but now Britain's oldest service station, Watford Gap, is facing demolition.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Complementary notes on Alvea [unofficial], published by mxschons on November 2, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. My ex-colleagues just posted the official Alvea winddown announcement as well as Kyle's reflections on our activities over the past 1.5 years. I wanted to complement these posts with some additional comments. Publication of the South Africa Trial Results Our academic publication of the South Africa Trial results are currently under review, but you can see the submitted manuscript here . We also published the complete data-set as well as the full study report . While Kyle describes our efficacy results correctly as underwhelming (btw - the Janssen comparator as well), the trial made several important scientific contributions. To our knowledge this study is the first time where A naked DNA based SARS-CoV-2 booster candidate was studied in preimmunized humans (with ~80% having hybrid immunity from previous infections). Unusually high doses of up to 8 mg DNA plasmid were administered intradermally / subcutaneously during a single visit. A SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidate was compared during its first Phase-1 safety study against a licensed comparator (Janssen's Ad26.COV2.S). (Sidenote: it is insane that this seems to be the only COVID-19 trial that managed to get an comparator) Lessons learned In addition to Kyle's list, here are some more I'd like to point out: Experience matters: Alvea matured substantially over time. From my perspective, many important internal operations mistakes could have been prevented if there had been more experience in the team earlier on. Same for research decisions and other mistakes we made. Sometimes you really want this person who has 4,000+ h of work experience and not 40h of research experience. Maybe even often. You can hire people remotely: It is very common for orgs to be hesitant to hire internationally. I myself would not have been able to work for Alvea if Grigory wouldn't have been creative about contracting and working with Employer of Records to employ ~50% of the 45 person team. I claim that organizations are missing out on top talent if they are only fishing in their country. We had kick-ass values I am still identifying with (shoutout to Eric for shaping our company culture with those) Ownership: We take personal responsibility for achieving exceptional results. We draw energy from doing the "impossible." Agility: We move with speed and flexibility in the face of constant uncertainty. Truthseeking: We chase the truth, especially when it requires courage. We experiment to change our minds quickly. Care: We have each other's back. Our mutual support sparks our growth as a team and our impact in the world. Medical countermeasures matter: I get the vibes in EA that people are not excited about medical countermeasures / their deployment. I'd like to challenge that. Ambulances, firefighters, and police take less than 15 minutes to arrive at an emergency scene. Starting a clinical trial 100d? Humanity needs an equivalent pharmaceutical preparedness and response ability to stop pandemics in their tracks. For instance, I would like to see work on a 100h response plan (in addition to the 100d CEPI timeline) to an outbreak using candidate vaccines and ultra-rapid ring-vaccination trials. So consider PanopliaLabs when allocating your donations this year. Drug Development Explainer Series I just cross posted an explainer series on drug development from my website I wrote up with James Smith and Kirsten Angeles . I argue it captures most of the insights on the pharma landscape we made at Alvea and recommend it to everyone who wants to get a comprehensive overview of how drugs are made. One article in the series describes some of the core cultural and operational activities that allowed Alvea to execute that quickly. For conveni...
Wait times for ambulances are at crisis levels in some parts of Canada, with reports that a 99-year-old Ontario woman waited more than four hours with a cracked vertebrae last month. What's causing these delays, and what are the solutions?
Access to medical and ambulance transport is important and often life saving for rural communities with a limited EMS and transport services. So, how do rural hospitals manage the challenge of limited ambulances in their service area? On today's episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Robert Dionne, Chief Executive Officer of Ultra EMS about ambulance services in a rural community. Follow Ultra EMS on social media and online! https://twitter.com/ultraemsohio https://www.facebook.com/ultraemsohio https://www.instagram.com/ultraemsohio/ http://ultraems.com/ Follow Robert Dionne on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-dionne-816750263 Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter! https://twitter.com/ruralhealthpod/ https://twitter.com/hillsdaleCEOJJ/ https://twitter.com/ruralhealthrach/ Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media! https://www.facebook.com/hillsdalehospital/ https://www.twitter.com/hillsdalehosp/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/hillsdale-community-health-center/ https://www.instagram.com/hillsdalehospital/ Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer https://www.kenjiulmer.com/
In a truly WTF episode we share some of our favorite funny crime stories. What do thieves do when they discover they have stolen 6 tons of dimes? We will tell you all about it. https://www.cbsnews.com/philadelphia/news/dime-theft-philadelphia-federal-charges/ https://www.inquirer.com/news/dimes-us-mint-federal-reserve-rakiem-savage-ronald-byrd-haneef-palmer-malik-arrests-20231021.html https://apnews.com/article/millions-dimes-stolen-truck-theft-philadelphia-mint WTF- Ambulance Thieves https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/tampa-man-steals-ambulance-to-drive-himself-to-the-hospital-6532409 https://www.clickorlando.com/news/2021/04/05/florida-man-accused-of-stealing-ambulance-getting-it-stuck-in-mud/#// https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/news/crime/police-man-steals-ambulance-drives-home-from-hospital/77-271074974 WTF- Dummies posing as dummies to rob stores https://www.complex.com/life/a/markelibert/man-arrested-posing-mannequin-to-steal https://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/dec/17/shop-dummy-italian-thieves-arrested https://metro.co.uk/2016/12/07/thieves-pose-as-mannequins-before-stealing-10000-worth-of-clothes-6306860/ *Social Media Links* Facebook: www.facebook.com/truecrimesquad Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/215774426330767 Website: https://www.truecrimesquad.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@truecrimesquad Our Latest Video: https://youtu.be/wRXWQvUWxh0 Check Out Some of Our Previous Uploads! Patriot Front in Coeur d'Alene, Mark Middleton, Baby Holly https://youtu.be/Fz7vTzUiKIw Shasta Groene, The VHS Bandit, Nancy Brophy found guilty https://youtu.be/Bhu1Do0J_bQ The Girl Scout Murders, Diane Lynn Dahn, Heather Marie Underwood https://youtu.be/UdQrQ7yjtpE True Crime Paranormal on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5gIPqBHJLftbXdRgs1Bqm1 True Crime Paranormal on Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-paranormal/id1525438711?ls=1 Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd85RJRW6kn51aM2un6ButA/join
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on October 23rd, 2023. You can hear more reports on our homepage radiosweden.se, or in the app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Dave RussellProducer: Kris Boswell
This is the second episode in our education series with Max Dodge, where we discuss education and standards for EMS and why they're so important to the growth of the industry. Currently, the highest level of practice for paramedics to attain is literally paramedic. Talk about a ceiling. Sure you can improve your skill set and be a better medic but there's nothing formal after medic. Even FP-C, as much as some people want to believe that it's a step above a “regular” medic isn't truly a “higher” achievement. It's more of a sub specialty. That said, we are advocating that if you're a medic that you work toward a degree. At this stage I'm happy with an associates but if you have the wherewithal to get a bachelors or can even find a decent school - do so. Thanks for listening and as always, let us know what you think! Thanks to Max for taking time out of his busy schedule to talk with us and if you're not following him - go on over and give his page a look. Follow the PragMedics on Instagram and Twitter.
October 20, 2023 - New York State Conference of Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans Executive Director Lev Ginsburg argues against directly paying out-of-network ambulance providers, arguing it will lead to increased costs.
In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul shares two poems that he often uses in keynotes or trainings. Even though both of these poems were written decades ago, the relevance of each is obvious.
In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul shares two poems that he often uses in keynotes or trainings. Even though both of these poems were written decades ago, the relevance of each...
6:05- Tesla driver seen in road-rage attacks serving 5-year prison term // Pasadena mom hit with $3K bill for injured daughter's ambulance ride // Car flies off the bridge // UBER is Now Offering to Mail Consumers' Return Packages for $56:35- Billy Ray, Oscar nominated writer, producer, and director joins the program // More with Billy Ray, Oscar nominated writer, producer, and director joins the program
Alex Roy just did a very interesting cross-country drive with his mom. We talk about the present world of automated driving; Arizona vs SF, the cones, what Waymo did right, etc. Alex has a theory on why converting cars to EV could be a good thing for driver engagement. Why there aren't cannonball records in Europe. When will AI be put to a vote? How did the market downturn effect the autonomous landscape? Should you keep an ITR forever? The right scarf for fall.Recorded August 29, 2023 http://humandriving.org/ Experience the difference for yourself, and check out Brooklinen's new fall collection. Visit in-store or online at https://www.Brooklinen.com, and use code TIRE for $20 off your online order of $100 or more. Go to https://www.PrizePicks.com/TIRE and use code TIRE for a first deposit match up to $100! Shift into a new way of getting out there with a Lectric eBike. Like their XP Lite starting at just $799. Visit lectricebikes.com to find the Lectric model for you. Want your question answered? To listen to the episode the day it's recorded? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast Want your question answered? To listen to the episode the day it's recorded? Want to watch the live stream, get ad-free podcasts, or exclusive podcasts? Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thesmokingtirepodcast Tweet at us!https://www.Twitter.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Twitter.com/zackklapman Instagram:https://www.Instagram.com/thesmokingtirehttps://www.Instagram.com/therealzackklapman GIVEAWAY UPDATE! EXPANDED ELIGIBILITY TO MEXICO AND CANADA AND PREVIOUS @bethematch SIGNUPS FROM ALL OF 2023 ACCEPTED! LETS GOOOOOO!THE PRIZE: 1-of-1, Prototype, Piece Unique @noduswatches CANYON in Dark Teal. The only one we will ever make, serial XXX/100. if you're a US, Canada, or Mexico resident, you will be flown to LA, put up in a nice hotel, fed Korean Tacos, and handed the watch personally by me at the watch delivery party for the Mint Greens at WCCS in December. I will then give you a tour of the canyons in any of my personal cars you choose. If you are international, we will ship you the watch at home. TO ENTER: No purchase necessary. 3 ways to enter: 1) sign up to be a stem cell donor with @bethematch . They send you a swab kit, and when you send it back, you get an email confirmation. Forward that confirmation to us. I am a donor myself and know what a real confirmation email looks like. If you have joined BTM in calendar year 2023, that is acceptable. 2) Donate blood or platelets at your local hospital or donation center. Get documentation for your donation including a receipt and photos of yourself donating. Send those to us. MULTIPLE DONATIONS = MULTIPLE ENTRIES 3) Donate $100 or more to @bethematch through their website and send me the email confirmation of your donation. Again, I have donated and know what a real email looks like (and will check with them to make sure your donation is real - as it is not a medical procedure there is no confidentiality attached to this option). THEN:Send your entry documents to PieceUnique@thesmokingtire.com If you attempt to fake any of these entries and I find out, I will publicly shame you repeatedly until the end of time. We're trying to do something good here. Don't fuck it up. Entries close at 11:59 PM PST on December 1, 2023. We will randomly choose the winner LIVE on the podcast that week.