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FPC Big Spring Prayer Podcast
09-26-2022 Daily Payer

FPC Big Spring Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:30


First Presbyterian ChurchBig Spring TX

The Situation with Michael Brown
9-23-22 - 8am - Tax Payer Relief Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 31:18


Health Care Rounds
#151: Defragmenting and Rethinking Care Delivery For America's Aging Adults

Health Care Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:24


Chris is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Landmark Health. Chris joined Landmark in 2017 as Vice President and General Manager responsible for launching the New England market. Most recently, Chris has served as Landmark's Head of Corporate Development responsible for the company's growth strategy, strategic partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, and public policy. In this position, Chris played an integral role in spearheading Landmark's merger with Optum and leading the company's integration into Optum's Home and Community platform.Prior to Landmark, Chris was a Principal at Innosight, a healthcare focused growth strategy consultancy and Co-founder of Predilytics, a healthcare analytics business. Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Harvard College. He also received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Chris resides in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife and three young children. John Marchica, CEO, Darwin Research GroupJohn Marchica is a veteran health care strategist and CEO of Darwin Research Group. He is leading ongoing, in-depth research initiatives on integrated health systems, accountable care organizations, and value-based care models. He is a faculty associate in the W.P. Carey School of Business and the graduate College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University.John did his undergraduate work in economics at Knox College, has an MBA and M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. coursework at The Dartmouth Institute. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is pursuing certification as a Fellow. About Darwin Research GroupDarwin Research Group Inc. provides advanced market intelligence and in-depth customer insights to health care executives, with a strategic focus on health care delivery systems and the global shift toward value-based care. Darwin's client list includes forward-thinking biopharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as health care providers, private equity, and venture capital firms. The company was founded in 2010 as Darwin Advisory Partners, LLC and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. with a satellite office in Princeton, N.J.

Accents d'Europe
Cours de patriotisme: la vision officielle du Kremlin à la conquête des écoles russes

Accents d'Europe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 19:30


Mobilisation générale, cours de patriotisme à l'école, «l'opération spéciale» telle que le Kremlin veut qu'on la désigne, cette guerre s'impose chaque jour un peu plus dans la vie quotidienne des Russes. Depuis le 1er septembre 2022, tous les élèves doivent commencer la semaine par une cérémonie de lever de drapeau, chanter l'hymne national et assister aussi à un cours de patriotisme : un nouveau canal pour le pouvoir pour promouvoir cette guerre sauf que des parents d'élèves et certains professeurs ont décidé de résister. Léo Vidal-Giraud les a joints par téléphone. Au Kosovo, près de 3 semaines après la rentrée, la plupart des écoles sont toujours fermées. Autre effet de l'inflation record à laquelle fait face l'Europe. Dans le plus jeune pays d'Europe, les très puissants syndicats enseignants refusent de retourner travailler s'ils ne sont pas augmentés. Le reportage dans la capitale kosovare de Louis Seiller. En Grèce, un scandale d'espionnage téléphonique ébranle le gouvernement, depuis qu'un journal d'investigation a révélé que les téléphones de journalistes et du chef du parti socialiste ont été placés sous surveillance par les services de renseignements du pays. Ce watergate grec a ouvert une véritable crise politique, mais aussi démocratique en Grèce. À moins d'un an des prochaines législatives, ce scandale vient rebattre les cartes du jeu politique en fragilisant le chef du parti conservateur actuellement au pouvoir : le Premier ministre Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Les explications de Joël Bronner. Payer ses factures d'électricité, faire sa déclaration d'impôts, obtenir un acte d'état civil. Toutes ces démarches administratives se font de plus en plus en ligne. En Espagne, la digitalisation complète de tous ces services a été lancée, il y a 15 ans déjà, en 2007. Le pays fait donc partie des leaders européens en la matière. La chronique «l'Europe du Net» Clémence Penard nous parle d'une pétition en ligne : « Nous sommes vieux… mais, pas bêtes ! ».

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Medical groups rebuke UnitedHealth-Change court decision, Optum names chief digital officer + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


CIO Talk Network Podcast
EmblemHealth + ACPNY: A Healthcare Payvider (Payer + Provider) Patient Empowerment Journey

CIO Talk Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 55:39


AdvantageCare Physicians (ACPNY), now a part of EmblemHealth Family of Companies, forming a payvider (payer + provider) entity, has been focused on practicing community health across the New York City Metro area. During the pandemic, EmblemHealth and ACPNY developed technological measures to assist patients with staying up to date with their health journeys. In addition, they use the infrastructure built beyond the pandemic to empower patients using their collective strengths. So why did these two entities come together to form this unique payvider model for healthcare delivery? What challenges did the patient/provider encounter during the pandemic, which they addressed as a cohesive unit leveraging creative technology solutions despite barriers to technology access and lack of technology literacy, among other constraints? How must such technology solutions evolve to meet the shifting needs of members/patients? Guest 1: Tom MacMillan, Chief Information Officer, EmblemHealth Guest Bio: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/contributor/tom-macmillan/ Guest 2: Dr. Julie Patel-Pannullo, Vice President of Clinical Innovation, AdvantageCare Physicians Guest Bio: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/contributor/dr-julie-patel-pannullo/ More on this Episode: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/emblemhealth-acpny-a-healthcare-payvider-payer-provider-patient-empowerment-journey/ More on Others: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/topics/others/ Visit CIO Talk Network Website: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/ Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/subscribe/ Nominate Guests or Sponsor: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/contact/

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
UnitedHealth beats physician class-action, Humana plays MA catch-up, BCBS Assoc. names policy leader + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:56


Jakob Emerson shares the latest news on the Payer industry.

À propos
3 Wallons sur 4 craignent de ne pas pouvoir payer leurs factures - "À propos", le podcast du Soir

À propos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:37


"À propos", c'est le podcast quotidien du Soir pour s'informer, décrypter et s'inspirer.Avez-vous peur de ne pas réussir à payer vos factures ? Êtes vous satisfait par les mesures d'aides des gouvernements ? Faut-il prolonger les centrales nucléaires ? Voici quelques-unes des questions d'actualité posées par le grand baromètre Le Soir-Ipsos-RTL. On les analyse avec Bernard Demonty, chef du service politique Notre ministre des affaires étrangères, Hadja Lahbib, est partie pour New York. Pour assister à la 77ème session de l'assemblée générale de l'ONU. Le chef du service monde, Philippe de Boeck nous explique à quoi sert cette réunion des dirigeants du monde entier. Le prix des pellets de chauffage n'a cessé de monter ces dernières semaines. Il suit évidemment la tendance haussière du prix des autres énergies. La demande est importante et l'offre diminue. Baptiste Gillot a appelé Jean Luc Bodeux, du service société. Il lui a d'abord demandé si on pouvait quantifier cette hausse des prix."À propos", c'est notre sélection, du lundi au vendredi dès 7 heures sur Le Soir et votre plateforme de podcasts préférée. Retrouvez tous les podcasts du journal «Le Soir» sur https://podcasts.lesoir.bePrésentation : Pierre Fagnart, Sandrine Puissant

Grand angle
Pour payer un loyer moins cher, des étudiants lillois se tournent vers des studios à la campagne

Grand angle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 2:35


durée : 00:02:35 - Grand angle - La rentrée est placée sous le signe de la précarité pour un bon nombre d'étudiants, pour qui il est difficile de trouver un logement. Certains se tournent alors vers des studios à la campagne. Reportage à Verlinghem, à moins de 10 km de Lille.

The Situation with Michael Brown
9-16-22 - 8am - Tax Payer Relief Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:34


Grand angle
Trois Wallons sur quatre ont peur de ne pas pouvoir payer leur facture d'énergie

Grand angle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:06


Avez-vous peur de ne pas réussir à payer vos factures ? Êtes vous satisfait par les mesures d'aides des gouvernements ? Faut-il prolonger les centrales nucléaires ? Voici quelques-unes des questions d'actualité posées par le grand baromètre Le Soir-Ipsos-RTL. On les analyse avec Bernard Demonty, chef du service politique.

Becker's Dental + DSO Review Podcast
Affordable Care opens Georgia practice and 5 dental payer updates

Becker's Dental + DSO Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 2:08


Riz Hatton shares the latest news on the Dental + DSO industry.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
House passes prior authorization bill, now headed to the Senate

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 4:04


Tune in for recent news in the Payer industry.

The Healthcare Policy Podcast ®  Produced by David Introcaso
Matthew Albright Discusses Hospital and Insurer or Payer Price Transparency (September 13th)

The Healthcare Policy Podcast ® Produced by David Introcaso

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


Listen Now Over the past few years federal policymakers have instituted healthcare price transparency. Until last year, healthcare prices were...

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Oregon weighs single-payer, 6 states recognized for Medicaid programs + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:26


Tune in for recent news in the Payer industry. Jacob Emerson covers the 6 states recognized for Medicaid programs + more.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
UnitedHealth Group, CVS, Elevance + more payer news

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:35


Laura Dyrda shares recent industry updates.

La chronique de Benaouda Abdeddaïm
Benaouda Abdeddaïm : Un séjour hivernal en Turquie plutôt que payer les factures d'énergie chez soi - 13/09

La chronique de Benaouda Abdeddaïm

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:42


Ce mardi 13 septembre, le coup de marketing de Lidl, une arbitrage entre tourisme à l'étranger et se chauffer à la maison à travers un séjour en Turquie à prix cassé, a été abordé par Benaouda Abdeddaïm dans sa chronique, dans l'émission Good Morning Business, présentée par Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
BCBS Tenn. goes remote permanently, Optum campus up for lease, new Medicare Adv. plans from Mass General Brigham + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 2:39


Jakob Emerson shares the latest news on the Payer industry.

Sans rendez-vous - Mélanie Gomez
On peut tous se payer un coach sportif et un déménagement écolo, c'est possible ?

Sans rendez-vous - Mélanie Gomez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 13:42


Comme tous les jours, à 11h45, dans "Bienfait pour vous", Mélanie Gomez et Julia Vignali reçoivent des bienfaiteurs qui nous délivrent leurs meilleurs conseils et astuces. 

EMCI TV Bonjour chez vous !
Consécration : es-tu prêt à payer le prix ?

EMCI TV Bonjour chez vous !

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022


Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Sharon Williams, Senior Vice President Payer Relations & Contracting at Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 24:48


Sharon Williams, Senior Vice President Payer Relations & Contracting at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, shares her focus on expansion & transformation, what she is most excited about going into the latter half of 2022, and more.

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Sharon Williams, Senior Vice President Payer Relations & Contracting at Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 24:48


Sharon Williams, Senior Vice President Payer Relations & Contracting at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, shares her focus on expansion & transformation, what she is most excited about going into the latter half of 2022, and more.

Health Care Rounds
#150: ENCORE Investing in Social Determinants of Health with John Gorman

Health Care Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:17


John Gorman is the founder and Chairman of Nightingale Partners, the first Opportunity Zone fund to invest in social determinants of health interventions with health insurers, states, and provider organizations. He also founded and is the former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John's work focuses on Medicare, Medicaid, and Affordable Care Act strategy, governance, and turnaround of distressed health plans. Prior to founding his firm, John served as Assistant to the Director of Health Care Financing Administration's (HCFA, now CMS) Office of Managed Care, where he provided day-to-day management and served as the external liaison for the Medicare and Medicaid managed care programs.John's career in Washington began as Press Secretary and Staff Director for U.S. Representative John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI), then Chairman of the Government Operations Committee. John serves on the Board of Directors of Henry Ford Health System's Health Alliance Plan in his birthplace of Detroit, MI, and serves as a Senior Advisor to Premier, Inc., the hospital purchasing cooperative, on Medicare Advantage and Medicaid matters. John Marchica, CEO, Darwin Research GroupJohn Marchica is a veteran health care strategist and CEO of Darwin Research Group. He is leading ongoing, in-depth research initiatives on integrated health systems, accountable care organizations, and value-based care models. He is a faculty associate in the W.P. Carey School of Business and the graduate College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University.John did his undergraduate work in economics at Knox College, has an MBA and M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. coursework at The Dartmouth Institute. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is pursuing certification as a Fellow. About Darwin Research GroupDarwin Research Group Inc. provides advanced market intelligence and in-depth customer insights to health care executives, with a strategic focus on health care delivery systems and the global shift toward value-based care. Darwin's client list includes forward-thinking biopharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as health care providers, private equity, and venture capital firms. The company was founded in 2010 as Darwin Advisory Partners, LLC and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. with a satellite office in Princeton, N.J.

The Situation with Michael Brown
9-9-22 - 8am - Tax Payer Relief Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:59


The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Ryan Reynolds & Rob McElhenney | Neigh Payer

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 30:55


The former president is finding it difficult to hire qualified representation for his federal cases, perhaps due to his decades-long reputation for refusing to pay his legal bills. And Wrexham AFC co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney drop by for a chat about their crazy scheme to buy a soccer team, and the hit FX series they made along the way, “Welcome to Wrexham.” Tonight's Late Show was recorded before the sad news of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with her family and her subjects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Les Grandes Gueules
À vous de choisir : Les maires doivent-ils continuer à payer leurs factures d'électricité ? - 09/09

Les Grandes Gueules

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 14:42


Chaque jour, les auditeurs des GG appellent pour débattre sur un sujet d'actualité en présentant leur plaidoyer. Dans les Grandes Gueules, les esprits s'ouvrent et les points de vue s'élargissent. 3h de talk, de débats de fond engagés où la liberté d'expression est reine et où l'on en ressort grandi ! Cette année, une nouvelle séquence viendra mettre les auditeurs au cœur de cette émission puisque ce sont eux qui choisiront le débat du jour ! Et pour cette 18ème saison, Alain Marschall et Olivier Truchot, accompagnés des GG issues de la société civile feront la part belle à l'information et au divertissement. En simultané sur RMC Story. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h30-8h30), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).

Les Grosses Têtes
PÉPITE - La SNCF fait payer les toilettes à la Gare de Lyon

Les Grosses Têtes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 0:48


A la Gare de Lyon, la SNCF a décidé de faire payer l'accès aux toilettes. De quoi étonner les Grosses Têtes dans l'émission du 8 septembre... Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg

Bright Spots in Healthcare Podcast
Payer and Provider Strategies for Last Mile Care

Bright Spots in Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 59:06


Healthcare leaders from Avera, Blue Shield of California, Renown Health and the Partners in Care Foundation discuss solving the last mile In healthcare, the link between the consumer and where care is delivered. When consumers can't pass through the last mile connection to the healthcare delivery system, they never even get an opportunity to engage with healthcare up close. Our panel will share success stories and best practices for improving access, creating a new business model and engaging consumers in their care. Panelists:  Mitchell Fong, Vice President of Virtual Care, Renown Health Daniel Rivas, Senior Manager, Community Health, Blue Shield of California Rhonda Weiring, Vice President, Clinical Innovation, Avera @Home Dianne Davis, Vice President, Community Wellness, Partners in Care Foundation   Bios: https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/events/novel-approaches-to-last-mile-care/   This episode of Bright Spots in Healthcare is sponsored by Partners in Care Foundation. The Partners in Care Foundation aligns social care and health care to address the “Social Determinants of Health” that routinely affect diverse, under-served, and vulnerable populations. PICF serves as a bridge between medical care and what individuals can accomplish on their own at home, achieving greater equity of conditions and effectiveness of care. Partners' evidence-based programs and services have been demonstrated to improve quality of life, help participants avoid suffering, and reduce costly hospital readmissions, Emergency Department visits, and nursing home placements.   For over two decades, the Partners in Care Foundation has been innovating and improving SDOH solutions and driving life-changing, life-saving alignment between social care and health care for those we serve. Please visit https://www.picf.org for more information.  

C dans l'air
ELIZABETH II : LE ROYAUME UNI DANS L'ANGOISSE – 08/09/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 63:35


EXPERTS FLORENTIN COLLOMP Journaliste - « Le Figaro » Spécialiste Europe, ex-correspondant à Londres ISABELLE RIVÈRE Journaliste et spécialiste de l'histoire des familles royales Auteure de « Naissance d'une reine » CLÉMENCE FOURTON Maîtresse de conférences en études anglophones - Sciences Po Lille JEAN-DOMINIQUE GIULIANI Président de la Fondation Robert Schuman Auteur de « Européen sans complexe » MARIE BILLON – En direct de Londres Correspondante à Londres – « RTL » L'alerte a été donnée aujourd'hui par le palais de Buckingham. Après avoir acté la passation de pouvoir entre Boris Johnson et Liz Truss mardi, la reine d'Angleterre Elizabeth II aurait montré des signes de fatigue et a été placée "sous surveillance médicale" dans son château écossais de Balmoral. Les médecins de la reine se sont dits "préoccupés" par l'état de santé de la souveraine âgée de 96 ans. Elle n'est plus apparue en public depuis la fin du mois de juin, pour des raisons de santé. L'inquiétude est forte pour la famille royale britannique et tous les plus proches parents de la reine sont en route pour l'Ecosse. L'agence Press Association a rapporté que ses quatre enfants seraient présents à son chevet. Son fils héritier Charles, 73 ans, ainsi que la princesse Anne et les princes Andrew et Edward, font route vers Balmoral. Le prince Harry et sa femme Meghan ainsi que le prince William sont aussi attendus sur place. Dans la classe politique britannique, les réactions se multiplient. Mise au courant en pleine annonce d'un plan de lutte contre l'inflation, la Première ministre Liz Truss a pris la parole sur Twitter, déclarant que "le pays tout entier sera profondément préoccupé par les nouvelles en provenance du palais de Buckingham de ce midi". Face aux parlementaires, le président de la Chambre des communes, Lindsay Hole, a assuré la reine et la famille royale de ses meilleurs voeux de rétablissement. Du côté de l'opposition, le leader travailliste Keir Starmer a fait état de sa "profonde inquiétude" concernant l'état de santé de la souveraine, qui vient de fêter sa 70e année de règne. Deux jours après avoir reçu les clés de Downing Street, Liz Truss a donc dévoilé ce jeudi un paquet d'aides massif pour les ménages et les entreprises face à la flambée de l'inflation et des prix de l'énergie. La nouvelle Première ministre, conservatrice tendance thatchérienne, a en parallèle confirmé des baisses d'impôts pour stimuler une économie promise à la récession à la fin de l'année. Le temps presse pour de nombreux ménages britanniques. Leur situation financière ne cesse de s'empirer, à mesure que montent les prix de l'énergie. Ils sont pris à la gorge. Payer leur facture d'énergie est devenu extrêmement coûteux. Que sait-on de l'état de santé d'Elizabeth II ? Quel cap la nouvelle première ministre Liz Truss a-t-elle fixé lors de son arrivée au pouvoir ? Comment font les Britanniques pour boucler leurs fins de mois avec les très coûteuses factures d'énergie ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Benoît Lemoine PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

Podcast Torah-Box.com
Payer en retard son employé ou prestataire

Podcast Torah-Box.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 6:11


Cours Halakha Time du Jeudi 8 Septembre 2022 (durée : 6 minutes) donné par Rav Reouven COHEN.

Revenue Cycle Optimized
How To Negotiate Payer Contracts To Ensure Maximum Reimbursement

Revenue Cycle Optimized

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 28:12


Keeping payer contracts up to date and negotiating rates can feel daunting and like a waste of time. Learn what questions to ask and how to make sure you're receiving the same fee schedule as your peers, with Infinx VP of Strategic Accounts, Bo Bowman.

Halakha-Time Torah-Box.com
Payer en retard son employé ou prestataire

Halakha-Time Torah-Box.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 6:11


Payer en retard son employé ou prestataire

Aujourd'hui l'économie
L'Occident doit-il payer la facture des inondations meurtrières qui ravagent le Pakistan?

Aujourd'hui l'économie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 3:48


Cette catastrophe est considérée comme une conséquence directe du réchauffement climatique engendré par les émissions des pays riches. D'où la demande pressante du gouvernement d'Islamabad. Antonio Guterres, le secrétaire général des Nations unies qui sera sur place en fin de semaine, a très vite évoqué une « catastrophe climatique ». Une catastrophe apocalyptique : le tiers du pays est sous les eaux après les pics de canicule et de sécheresse du printemps. Ces moussons meurtrières, alimentées entre autres par la fonte ultra rapide des nombreux glaciers du Pakistan, sont loin d'être terminées. Un nouveau déluge de précipitations est annoncé pour la mi-septembre. De par sa géographie, ce grand pays du sud-est asiatique est clairement identifié comme l'un des plus exposés au changement climatique. Il est classé parmi les dix pays les plus vulnérables, selon le Global Climate index 2021. Le Premier ministre pakistanais et son équipe demandent que les pays pollueurs soient les payeurs Dans un entretien au Guardian, la ministre pakistanaise du Changement climatique, Sherry Rehman, rappelle à qui veut l'entendre que son pays n'est responsable que de 1% des émissions de gaz à effet de serre. Il ne peut donc pas être tenu pour responsable des dégâts qu'il endure en ce moment. Des centaines de ponts et de routes sont à reconstruire, sans parler des millions de maisons et d'une bonne partie de la production agricole anéanties par cette catastrophe. La facture est estimée à environ 10 milliards de dollars. ► À lire aussi : Pakistan: après les inondations, la difficulté de mettre en place l'aide humanitaire Et pour le moment, personne n'est prêt à régler l'addition au titre d'un dédommagement au nom du réchauffement de la planète. Plusieurs pays du Golfe, l'Arabie saoudite, les Émirats arabes unis et le Qatar, ont rapidement signé des chèques. En raison de leur proximité religieuse et diplomatique avec Islamabad. Mais pas en tant que puissances pétrolières soucieuses des répercussions climatiques de leur économie. Le FMI a également promis un nouveau prêt dans le cadre classique de ses interventions C'est la vingt-deuxième du fonds en faveur de cet État en situation de stress financier quasi permanent depuis 60 ans. Avant même ce déluge, le Pakistan était au bord du défaut de paiement, déjà en négociation avec le fonds pour éviter la banqueroute. Dans ce pays né de la scission avec l'Inde, les dépenses militaires ont été privilégiées au détriment du développement. Le pays importe aujourd'hui bien plus qu'il n'exporte et sa croissance est bien trop faible pour fournir des recettes fiscales conséquentes. Les gouvernements qui se sont succédé sont comptables de ces échecs économiques, de la mauvaise gouvernance et de la corruption qui gangrène l'activité, et donc du niveau de pauvreté qui explique aussi en partie l'ampleur des dégâts. En revanche, ils ne sont pas responsables du déchainement de la météo et Islamabad utilisera toutes les instances pour faire avancer sa cause. La question sera abordée à la Cop 27 prévue en Égypte en novembre Le Pakistan préside actuellement le groupe des 77, un groupe de pays en développement plus la Chine qui cherche à promouvoir ses intérêts au niveau global. Le Premier ministre Shehbaz Sharif veut utiliser cette tribune pour diffuser son message à Charm el-Cheikh. Une cause perdue d'avance selon les habitués des conférences climat. À Glasgow, le sujet a déjà été âprement discuté et retoqué, sous la pression des États-Unis, suivi par les autres gros émetteurs de carbone. Ils sont aujourd'hui confrontés à une double crise : celles du climat et de l'énergie. Ils cherchent à diminuer leurs émissions et à changer leur mixte énergétique. En revanche, ils restent très discrets sur les compensations et sur le financement de l'adaptation pour les pays victimes du changement climatique. C'est littéralement la politique de la chaise vide. Le 5 septembre, aucun chef d'État européen ne s'est déplacé à Rotterdam pour participer au sommet pour l'adaptation au climat en Afrique. ► À lire aussi : Pakistan: dans certaines régions, l'aide peine à arriver alors que les inondations menacent toujours

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Aetna, Covenant cut ties, CMS selects Maximus for customer service, Trinity buys MercyOne from CommonSpirit + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 2:18


Jakob Emerson talks about what's new in the Payer industry.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Medicare Advantage marketing under scrutiny + news from Centene, Humana and more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 3:35


Laura Dyrda gives updates on the Payer industry.

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
The Dish: Massachusetts Health Data Consortium Taking One Bite of the Interoperability Elephant

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 50:28


Host, Pooja Babbrah, Senior Consultant and Payer and PBM lead kicked off the episode focused on prior authorization, reducing burden and why working ahead of final federal rules isn't as risky as you might think. Pooja filled in for Ken Kleinberg, who is out of the office on an extended grand adventure. Pooja was joined by co-host Jocelyn Keegan. They welcomed guest, Danny Brennan, Executive Director and CEO of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC). Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
MONACO: NATACHA CLASH CATHERINE LA SALOPE À PETIT BUDGET QUI REFUSE DE PAYER SES IMPÔTS = JALOUSIE ET MANIPULATION DES PUTES DU ROCHER

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 30:15


Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Oscar, Health First terminate contract, Blue Shield Calif. names COO, CFO, Highmark reports $174M losses in 2022 + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 3:29


Grand angle
Hausse des prix de l'énergie : dans l'Oise, un maire communiste refuse de payer la facture

Grand angle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 2:33


durée : 00:02:33 - Grand angle - Cet élu communiste assure qu'il ne versera plus un sou à son fournisseur, si les tarifs ne sont pas à nouveau réglementés, comme pour les particuliers. Car le coût pour sa commune de Montataire, près de Creil, est devenu beaucoup trop élevé.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
BCBS of Massachusetts names CEO, Cigna hires 1st chief health officer + Centene to terminate Abrazo Health contract

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 4:37


Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Bright Health on brink of insolvency, UCare names chief medical officer, value-based care makes up small percentage of medical revenues + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


The Situation with Michael Brown
8-26-22 - 8am - Tax Payer Relief Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 34:57


RevMD
18 - Payer Audits

RevMD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 21:56 Transcription Available


Join us this week for a podcast to discuss something that terrifies all of us - payer audits. Learn the tips and tricks so you are no longer terrified but now prepared.Join other healthcare professionals in the discussion on Facebook Group RevMD.Don't miss an episode, subscribe via Apple PodcastsLeave me a review on Apple PodcastsIf you are looking for a reliable, data-driven, medical biller to help grow your revenue reach out to Info@nationalrevenueconsulting.com or visit us here.

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast
Centene pays $19M to settle Medicaid overcharge allegations, Feds investigation Medicare Advantage marketing tactics + more

Becker’s Payer Issues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 3:58


The Dish on Health IT
Massachusetts Health Data Consortium Taking One Bite of the Interoperability Elephant at a Time

The Dish on Health IT

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 50:28


Host Pooja Babbrah, Senior Consultant and Payer and PBM lead kicked off the episode focused on prior authorization, reducing burden and why working ahead of final federal rules isn't as risky as you might think. Pooja filled in for Ken Kleinberg, who is out of the office on an extended grand adventure. Pooja was joined by co-host Jocelyn Keegan. They welcomed guest, Danny Brennan, Executive Director and CEO of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC). Jocelyn introduced herself and shared that she's literally done hundreds of hours of educating and evangelizing out in the industry about the work that is happening within HL7 from the FHIR community. She went on to explain that while doing this industry education, John Kelly, now retired from Edifecs, recommended she meet Denny Brennan explaining that Denny literally knows everyone in Massachusetts. Jocelyn continued to say that she has gotten to know Denny and the MHDC team over the last four years and has learned they are super smart, focused industry veterans filled with a lot of pragmatism about how the industry can get things done. Denny Brennan then introduced himself, sharing that he's been the executive director of MHDC for the last 10 years. Denny explained that he spent the prior 20 years evenly divided between consulting and technology services. Denny added that MHDC has been around since 1978, so going on 45 years. Denny responded to Jocelyn's point about knowing everyone, by saying0 that getting to know everybody in Massachusetts would have been an extraordinarily difficult thing if he didn't work for MHDC. Pooja then asked Denny to tell us more about MHDC before the transition over to the discussion topics. Denny shared that MHDC is comprised of everyone in the health data community in Massachusetts, some regional and some national players but that the center of gravity is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MHDC came about because the state, health plans and providers wanted an unbiased organization focused on health data with less focus on technology. Denny explained that nowadays technology and data are so intertwined that industry stakeholders end up moving between them more effortlessly than historically. The mission of MHDC is to create a patient centered health data system that enables the kinds of cost reductions, burden reductions, improvements in quality of care, enhancements in the patient experience, improvements in equity and access that are not possible when enterprises try to do this on their own. The MHDC motto is to start small, to start at the individual, and work from there. MHDC approaches this in a few different ways. One is to assist payer and provider members in understanding data governance in this new world. What does it mean to comply with regulations? What does it mean? What is FHIR? What does it mean to move to a world where patients are banishing their health data from the device and are connected to any and all of the services that help them achieve health? Denny continued to say that governance is just a start, to help people understand what's coming. Why? What happens if their organization doesn't do it? What happens if they do? MHDC offers exchange services that operate to provide payers and providers the ability to share data with each other. MHDC also uses the exchange service as a launchpad, or a test kitchen, to explore how to automate real time processes, like making real time prior authorization a reality. MHDC also offers a web-hosted analytics service called Spotlight to organizations. Finally, Denny explained that MHDC is also called in to support consulting efforts to help organizations figure out how to implement some of these more modern approaches to data exchange. Pooja responded that she loves the idea of the test kitchen role. She then asked him to expand more on the test kitchen idea, describe why the Massachusetts location is so important, and why prior authorization seems to be such a central focus on MHDC. Denny responded by saying that the test kitchen concept is a reflection of a personal bias of his, but also that healthcare is an industry that is governed in many respects by followership. He added that nobody wants to be the first to fall off the pier and land on their heads. They want to see other organizations do that, do it successfully, and then others will follow creating a tidal shift in adoption. Denny emphasized that it's important that organizations recognize that they won't know everything when starting out and won't know where a project may end up. He went on to explain that rather than ready, aim, and fire, the MHDC approach is more aim, fire, get ready again, aim, fire, get ready again. Interoperability is an iterative process. Denny changed analogies and said that the industry doesn't have to try to eat the entire elephant and to just take one bite at a time.Denny further explained that the test kitchen is a way for organizations to start with what is known but to reduce the risk so an organization can experiment without basing major business operations on it.Denny transitioned to talk about why prior authorization is a major focus of the work that happens in the test kitchen. He explained that it's because everybody hates prior auth. PA involves patients, physicians, and health insurance plans. Denny observed that it seems everyone would like to do it better but has a different idea about how to do it better based on their perspective. The MHDC approach is that this is a business process that, if automated, will enable organizations to automate other things that are far less complex. The work undertaken to automate PA could take a big chunk out of what goes into avoiding another industry focus, surprise billing. Denny stressed that MHDC is a consortium and brings members, who are both competitors and partners, into the same room to tackle what is essentially infrastructure challenges they all face. This type of collaboration allows MHDC to learn what their issues are, what their fears are, what their concerns are and we can start addressing those right up front. Pooja then shifted the conversation and asked Denny to explain the Automation Advisory Group including its maturity, how many members are participating and whether listeners can expect any reports or other outputs.Denny explained that the Automation Advisory Group is being done in partnership with the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation (NEHI) and the effort is one side of a two-sided coin that MHDC is using for prior auth. The other side is prototyping, a real prior authorization implementation in an automated compliant, industry standardized way so it can be replicated and scaled across multiple payers and providers. MHDC is starting with one payer and one provider, one technology company to take a bite out of the first piece of prior authorization sticking to the rules, sticking to the standards and learning from the experience. The Automation Advisory Group is made up of about 40 approaching 50 individuals, representing payers, providers, hospitals, medical groups, individual physician practices, vendors and policy makers, that will be assembled over the course of the next year or two. Denny went on to say that MHDC's strong suit is bringing together a coalition, a consortium of representatives from across the industry in Massachusetts and nationally to tackle problems together. Government participation includes Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services CMS, the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC), Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services as well as the Health Policy Commission. The effort is being funded by a mix of vendors, technology services companies and the Health Policy Commission. The goal is to take the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and automate prior authorization statewide in two years which will require legislation. Regulators were brought to the table so they can get everything they need to create a meaningful law. The idea is that this law should not just be a stick, but also offer carrots in the form of implementation and technical assistance. Jocelyn responded to Denny by saying that this Automation Advisory Group is providing a great test bed that allows organizations to see how certain products and technologies can be leveraged but to also think about the business processes that will need to change. Joce explained that there are hard decisions about what happens when new technology is applied in the real-world. Jocelyn continued by saying that the industry is at a sea change where standards have a critical role. Jocelyn then expressed how thankful she is for organizations like MHDC who are willing to be forward first and that she wishes there were more organizations out there doing this kind of work and recognizing that there is a competitive advantage to starting down the path early. Jocelyn went on to say that this work is a set of building blocks putting together the right technology with the right processes to solve problems rather than checking a regulatory box. Pooja asked Denny whether he felt like it was risky for organizations to move toward automating prior authorization before the PA and burden reduction rule is re-issued. Denny responded that there is always a risk at being out in front, but the risks are bounded by the fact that you stub your toe in a relatively circumscribed implementation and you move on. The downside risk of not moving forward is you don't know what you don't know and can be caught flat-footed when a project has a longer lead time than expected or requires expertise or resources an organization doesn't have. Denny further explained that the emergence of acute need for telemedicine during the pandemic has made the use case for innovation more clear in some cases which helps make the decision to act a little easier. Denny added that the risk of a failure to implement is much higher than being out in front. Denny continued by saying there is a convergence of consumer demand for information and transactions to be more real-time and at their fingertips in the same way they get it from their bank or shopping on Amazon, policy to drive interoperability and standards and technology to enable the shift. Denny concluded by saying that consumers will find the payers, providers and tools that meet their needs so if an organization doesn't act, there is a huge risk of losing customers, members, patients to competitors that have done the work to be interoperable. Jocelyn responded by commenting on the unique Massachusetts landscape due to the competitive payer market. There isn't one predominant payer that owns most of the market. Jocelyn went on to say that another thing that is different now is that CMS and ONC are looking to the industry to lead, they are watching and listening to what is happening and making policy to spur the rest of the industry into the direction of what seems to be working which is APIs. Jocelyn expressed her complete agreement that there is more risk in doing nothing rather than taking on incremental projects and incurring some risk but moving the needle. Jocelyn continued to say that we know these projects will take longer than people think and that means that those choosing to do nothing and wait policy to force change will be at a huge disadvantage. Pooja followed up by asking about the seemingly increased coordination between CMS and ONC in their policy making and wanted to know whether Denny felt this coordination made their overall rulemaking stronger and more robust. Denny responded by explaining that MHDC knows Micky Tripathi, the National Coordinator well because he is a Massachusetts native and used to manage the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative. Denny continued by saying that Micky knows the provider side of the business extremely well, he understands APIs and knows technologies. Micky also knows moving providers to interoperability is an entirely different exercise than moving payers to interoperability. He also knows there are deep cultural shifts that must happen. Denny went on to say that because the industry initially built enterprise level electronic medical records, health data was sort of feudalized and in many ways, providers were incentivized to hold on tight to their data. This enterprise level approach did not develop the kind of agility required for interoperable data exchange that will better support patient care but the industry didn't know then what it knows now. Denny continued to say that with respect to ONC and CMS that when the first rule was published from CMS about prior auth. The rule was groundbreaking because it brought the agencies together and put the patient squarely in the middle. This was a different approach from focusing on the bickering that had been happening where providers arguing they weren't paid enough and payers arguing providers spent too much. CMS and ONC, rather than saying payers and providers start getting along, they said, you've forgotten about somebody, the patient, the consumer, the member, the person, the individual. There are 330 plus million of them and they are a critical part of solving healthcare problems. Denny concluded by saying that neither payers or providers want to seem like they don't care about the patient and ultimately consumers need access to information to help make the best healthcare decisions. Pooja expressed her agreement that the patient should be the focus and asked Denny to describe his future vision of healthcare. Denny responded by saying that he believes that having patient advocates at the table will help get us where healthcare needs to be. He clarified by saying that by patient advocates he means people who can give voice to the type of data that is most needed by patients and their caregivers to make the best decisions. He explained that health plans and health systems in the healthcare delivery business may lose sight of those granular patient needs because they are dealing with administration, regulations, and compliance. Denny continued to say that another movement that is huge is health equity. With equity the industry doesn't yet know what to measure to make an impact. Denny recommended that everyone start small instead of trying to set up a great big equity initiative. Denny added that instead of trying to envision the perfect equity solution, which is impossible to envision because everyone is different, start with something that supports the disadvantaged members of your own community. Try out something on a smaller scale, see what works and build on it, just take a bite out of the problem.In closing, Pooja asked if there is a final message or call to action that Denny wanted to pass along to listeners. He responded by saying to get outside of your organization, meet with business partners and competitors and recognize that many of the challenges they all face is about infrastructure not sources of competitive differentiation. He went on to say the industry needs to lay the railroad tracks or the highway system or the power grid. He expressed that the industry is building something that will make it possible for us all to live better and do business better and care for patients better than before, but it can't be done in silos. He encourages the industry to come together. He continued by saying that as organizations start working on things and start winning, however small, people will start coming to those organization because they've done something that hasn't been done elsewhere. Denny concluded by saying that organizations just need to take a step, however small, and to not forget about the patient. Pooja concluded the episode by thanking Denny for joining the podcast as a guest and thanking Jocelyn for being a fun and informative co-host along with a reminder to any new listeners that they can find The Dish on Health IT on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Healthcare Now Radio and the Podcast Channel and that videos are posted on the POCP YouTube Channel.  

The Situation with Michael Brown
8-19-22 - 8am - Tax Payer Relief Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 34:47


The Situation with Michael Brown
8-19-22 - 9am - Tax Payer Relief Shots - Booster Shots

The Situation with Michael Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 34:06


ASHPOfficial
Pharmacy Leadership: Establishing Infrastructure to Develop Pharmacy Population Health and Service Line Payer Engagement

ASHPOfficial

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 25:45


This podcast will discuss strategies to develop pharmacy practice infrastructure in population health and service line settings, discuss options to measure this practice success on patient outcomes, and opportunities to utilize this data in organizational payer engagement.     The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.

Beyond The Horizon
Prince Andrew Gets to Keep His Tax Payer Funded Round The Clock Security Detail (8/12/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 12:27


In a move that is disgusting but not shocking, the Crown has announced that Prince Andrew aka The Joe Exotic of The Windsor Family, will keep his around the clock security detail, even though he is no longer a working royal. The price tag on that around the clock security? 2 to 3 million pounds. Who is on the hook for the funds? The taxpayer. (commercial at 7:58)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11103949/Prince-Andrew-bodyguards-review-security-post-Jeffrey-Epstein-scandal.html