17 Burst results for "Dan O'brien"

"dan obrien" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on KGO 810

"Be right international collaboration to work with other countries so yeah I I think between those two things that that's top of mind for may and again making sure the science or the right side of it being done the right way bothers me is is so in January we didn't really know for sure I mean we should have been better prepared you know but I'll give I'll give this administration a pass because you know again it's this is this is such an incredible thing to predict right however we don't now that we need PP is we know we're going to need that if there's a second spike that is bigger than this one and it could be because obviously this thing is has no natural immunity yet and it will end we're going to be you know indoors it's going to be winner and it's going to be spreading like you know it is it is incredibly contagious we're not doing enough right now to prepare for that that worries me does it bother you yes it certainly does not I think right now it's just it's the unknown right there's no vaccine the people I think will feel much more comfortable we have reliable anti viral anti vaccine out there until that point I see people still be a little bit on edge about it what me ask you this again we're talking doctor Dan obrien and you are a of MD PhD and a futurist if I owned a business today a manufacturing business I would be trying to figure out how I can get robots to do my job because we're going to have more of these in the future and if people working in close proximity bored of it they were re think that moving forward how far is A. I. from being able to solve a lot of the problems that transmissibility poses to people working in close areas I mean I saw something where they have a I now they're not that far away from a I think actually a touchdown reach down to touch a strawberry in a field and determine whether it's ready to be picked you know and and to be able to do that kind of thing I'm a we met you know a lot of people from Bill Gates the hawking were a worried about this are you worried about a R. or do you see this as something that's going to change us because of this pandemic is change the way we view social interaction yes it's really gonna change our work with a I guess the new innovative technology it's been around for for some time it's really kind of the Parisian because of cold as we can kind of pick up on data and trends of what's going on to really inform the public health so I think A. I. is gonna be a crucial healthcare technology especially if we look at predictive algorithms predictive outcomes I think all that is crucial and what you had mentioned to you in regards to a potentially disinfection there's now robots that actually are circulating on board development that could go into nursing homes actually disinfect a lot of the argument arsenals because people are in close proximity so I think health care technologies like that even looking at three D. printing on producing mass amounts of P. P. E. are going to be crucial server so much healthier technology including AI and predictive algorithms great stuff Dan thank you so much I really appreciated again doctor Dan o'brien and but we'll come back and and talk to us again please we great yes actually always happy to be on ship thank you bye yeah you know I I love the idea of a medical futurist because I remember you might remember this to Brett like doctor Christian Bernard does that name ring a bell now first heart transplant guy okay yeah and that was a big day and I don't know what year that was I want to say it was a seventies it goes that far back and then you know there were periods of time where they were talking about do you know taking animals organs in using humans and then moving forward and bionic man was a TV show I want to say again from the seventies were guy had all these different parts I you know I don't I I think we're like really close to kind of that whole I'm not gonna say Brave New World because you know although Huxley did it was kind of a dystopian thing I don't think it has to be I think you'd be a good thing you can you know I mean the the the the the amputees from the the wars you know and and they come home and they get these new legs and arms and it's it's incredible you know I mean you're still an amputee and obviously but they're now they're talking about the possibility of of growing you know having to be a natural growth on your body that will be augmented with some robotics and you know so you'll be able to feel it and and work it in you know I mean I I don't know what it's going to be like in fifty years but I think it's pretty great pretty unrecognizable I mean if you think about fifty years ago just about thirty years ago think about ten years ago all right but I mean you know just the the the the exponential growth that we've had you know I love to tell people about exponential growth and just the only place a curse is in models because in a real life you don't think you don't have things grow exponentially that's what viruses don't do that because they don't kill their hosts the program to stay alive inside a living thing a virus is not technically alive in that it can't reproduce without another cell so it needs another cell to live in but he kills a cell it has no home so it tries to find a balance lease that's kind of the the general thought about virology but I I think about like you know moving forward and and you know the the technology we have about living things and you know what exactly is alive I mean that you know the Turing test is yep right Debbie so when you talk to a computer there was this thing that Alan Turing the guy that imitation game he was a he invented the enigma code to help break the the the **** coating all right great by the way to the yeah I was really sad but great.

"dan obrien" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on KGO 810

"Health false negatives and false positives with diagnostic testing we have to make sure again we're gonna be on the right side of science with making sure we have the right diagnostic tests that we're putting out the word commercialized well the sample tested everybody was it championing the if there were so many false positives here that fault she's me false negatives on those I've got an official Dr fare on N. B. C. he's one of our medical correspondent and he got covered and he you know he he almost went on a ventilator and he was tested four times and was negative and they had all of the symptoms so it and this is a guy that's forty three years old run five miles a day perfect you know perfect health and that's the kind of stuff you know it's not just about getting sick and you living or dying I mean we see Kawasaki syndrome type of symptoms in children and some children still pretty rare do you quite elation of some young millennials blood I might be using the wrong Burbage the the error again they haven't strokes you healthy people like I mentioned and then of course seniors into my mother's ninety eight a nursing home and every day it's you know we were trying to figure this out and she's she's very sharp she's like a seventy year old she's so I mean all of these factors at the come into play just present to me doctor or talk to doctor Dan obrien SMP was hearing KGO we're talking about a lot of unknown factors that are really essential in making these large epidemiological decisions right yes exactly that is what the data becomes so crucial body reliable resources how we kind of look at the data analyze it and also augmented Davis were able to kind of begin maybe predict future pandemics as nurses and doctors look at the charts of patients are looking for kind of a needle in a haystack I think this is where maybe the implementation of healthcare technology advances that were saying can really help organize us through the data to be able to protect and make better informed decisions in the future promise you if you stay for just another segment of route for the cardinals for the next year and a half of course he said just like the language short little break and then I will take a couple more phone calls and and I won't I won't keep going and it was a Sunday you've been really kind to do this with this doctor Dan obrien phone numbers eighty eighty eight ten this is a special Sunday additional chip Franklin show normally Monday through Friday from three to six in the afternoon are we doing this Sunday obviously because this is one of the most impactful events and all of our lives and we want to be able to answer any questions you have however we're gonna come back when you talk about the second wave and what that might look like and maybe still there something we can do to minimize it that's all coming up I'm sure Franklin KGO are.

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

09:16 min | 6 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Code then to be able to work or not work particularly looking at us into a hospital or clinic. I think it could deactivate that key code to be able to enter in so there has to be a way to to monitor. You know this kind of remote monitoring platform so to speak to make sure that patients are safe and also the healthcare workers and their colleagues are safe that they treat patients now. What would that look like Dr? Down because those of us of a certain generation? We kind of go back to old school you know. We take th- Thermometer and put it under your tongue but there are plenty of really innovative digital ways to check our temperatures right. Yes exactly and I think as research has shown maybe in the development of the mobile app you know through this kind of infrared and how that kind of connects to to Bluetooth would be certainly interesting to look at it as you take. Someone's temperature and also on top of that even asking survey questions you know asking questions. Such as have you had a history of being around people that have been exposed to coverage you have a history of travel jeff shortness of breath or cough so I think these survey questions could be really important before lowering access of someone inside a building and that also brings them point in regards to contact tracing maybe a contact tracing digital APPs. You knew at what part of the building is. Maybe someone infected with Kobe able to kind of allow public health officials to intervene as well to make sure that the entire building thing staying safe contact tracing An interesting area of discussion. Because it's making a lot of folks rather nervous what that entails. Can you break that down for us right? So we're contact tracing. You're just trying to pick up exactly where it's going to in order to keep the population Safe and also even to notify public health officials on what actions need to be taking so this is just a way to kind of monitor exactly where the virus is spreading to. It's almost like if we look at the demographics of the country. And as you look at geographical spot they're more hotspots than others so the comparison could be there could be a certainly hotspots within a particular building Where healthier I can be so. It's interesting to have that contact tracing to be able to see. Where exactly is the virus spreading to Now it's interesting when it goes to the surveys. There's a number of of course hairline airlines along with so many other businesses Being so hard hit by cove at nineteen but several airlines are doing just that Surveying a when people I believe in advance of showing up at the airport but surveying them as far as what their contacts have been. They've traveled You know if anyone in their household is Has suffered from cove nineteen but the concern. There is is that we all get the calls from pollsters and you know those doing the surveys and sometimes answers are less than honest so I guess what is the efficacy of that mode of gathering information. Yes exactly and I think that's one concern that has to be looked at as far as the integrity of answering the questions honestly and I think that's where that connection with that Bluetooth connection or that could be maybe relayed back then. There also has to be in regards to individuals just having integrity to understand. What a big need. This is to be able to protect the population. And and to be honest as you possibly can in regards to answering these these survey questions but I think advances come and technology. I think would be a way to we. They to identify which patients are really being up front and truthful about it you know. I wanted to pull that thread An earlier answer when you were talking about Tau. Basically we have seen things change in every aspect of our lives but particularly when it comes to Madison were will in the not. Too distant future will patient visits. And I'm not talking about you know for emergency situations or surgery certainly but are we going to see a bigger move toward telemedicine? Yes absolutely. It's it's been shown to be successful in to virtual chats most of my colleagues I would say ninety percent of my peers are utilizing telemedicine to have that virtual chat between themselves and the patients and even some of the physicians that have contracted Koga. They're able to work from their own home practicing also distancing while still being able to maintain communication with the patient. So I definitely see over the next eight or nine months continued rise and telemedicine particular for these non urgent cases where you can obviously have follow up with your position virtually and also to jail in regards to some of these rural areas that told US improve the access to care if you live a little bit further out and even individuals. It's been shown in studies that have going to Palliative care that they're able to actually communicate virtually Through telemedicine to connect with their provider if they have any questions or concerns remotes monitoring technology certainly valid didn't viable in time of covered nineteen. But where do you see them? Being used in other aspects. What's the direction other remote monitoring technologies? Yes in the future. I really see remote monitoring being used cars to blood pressure checks as well as diabetic Checks as well. So you're able to kind of remotely monitor someone even the use of a maybe a home based Cardiac Rehab as well. So you're able to kind of keep that communication between the patient as well the provider so I think as we look at more remote monitoring platforms particularly diseases. Like I mentioned you know hypertension and diabetes. Which is you know very high in this country I think remote monitoring actually gonNA improve long term outcomes of patients. Dr Dan you have any number of states again Colorado among them very cautiously judiciously carefully Reopening their state economies because well. There's also a mental health aspect of this particularly for small business owners who are watching their dreams and indeed their bank accounts. Go up in smoke. How do you balance in an era of a pandemic? How do you balance Public health a with the economy and the effects that well devastated economy. Have on a the American people. Yes great question. Yeah I think. Continuous bars their health. And from a scientific standpoint is find ways to stay positive obviously find ways to boost your immune system and really even when you had mentioned you know mental health and even telemedicine. What's notice tell us you can reach out to your provider via Tele Psych if you have any questions as things and depression obviously on the rise as people are are social dizzying quarantining. It and they really WanNa see loved one so I think. Just being proactive with your health is certainly key and I would say as beginner into this new normal needs to continue to reach out if you have any questions to your provider or any concerns and being proactive and reaching out to your support. Obviously there's been a lot of of of zoom and other telecommunications other kind of virtual communications that is in regards to communicating with friends and families. So I really think the the world and the American people are certainly doing their best. They can to stay upbeat and positive but surrounding yourself by my by positive and optimistic. Obviously there's a lot right now on the news but I'm very no optimistic. That in the future things will get better. That is so good to hear Dr Dan. O'brien medical expert for the here now. A medical futurist as well always enjoy having you on the show. Love your insights and perspectives. Where can we get more information about your work? Yes my website Dr Dan. M D DOT. Com and you can follow me on twitter at Dr Dan. Md One as I have that up and running so always a pleasure to be on not Dan. O'brien thank you so much be well. You're very welcome. Eight forty nine now. Thirteen ten KFI K. If you don't have the superstar that can win a title for you. Are you wasting your time? Or the nuggets wasting their time with Nicole. Yokich we'll talk about it on the next hole. Show Thirteen Ten K. As we celebrate National Nurses Day indeed all those on the front line in the battle against the invisible enemy that is cove nine thousand nine. Just wanted to remind you it's very fitting that today will also be a day of tribute to those frontline responders. This has the Colorado Air National Guard will fly. F16's across the state and the Air Force will apply A to C. One Thirties doing flyovers. So when to turn your eyes to the sky well warriors of the one hundred fortieth wing Colorado Air National Guard will fly at Fighting Falcon aircraft around Colorado today to salute those of fighting a covert nineteen. This is part of Operation American Resolve Air Force units around the country conducting flyovers in an effort to boost morale during this time of severe health.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"To find out if they can survive reopening. I fifty percent capacity because that seems to be a hitch in the giddy up as well. Yeah exactly I most will tell you that. Unfortunately it actually is cheaper for them. To remain. Closed is to try to hire back the staff at only twenty five to fifty percent. Yeah boy it's a tough situation. All the way around eight try certainly enjoyed the conversation. The exchange of ideas got a little feisty there but that's always fun exactly. Thank you so much talk tomorrow. Eight twenty three now. Thirteen Ten k. f. k the latest on Kobe nineteen local news and sports. We're here with you thirteen ten K. K. and thirteen ten K. K. dot com as we celebrate National Nurses Day of course showing appreciation and gratitude to those on the front lines in the battle against a covert nineteen everywhere very timely discussion. Coming up eight thirty nine now. Thirteen ten K. A. K. a thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com mornings with Gail fueled by Great Western Petroleum. You know there's a lot of talk about patients. Catching covert nineteen from patients in doctors offices clinics and hospitals but what about patients catching corona virus from doctors or nurses? What will the so called new normal in healthcare likely be to ensure that healthcare workers will not be carriers? Joining us in. This discussion is medical futurist as medical doctor. Dr Dan. O'brien Dr Dan. Welcome back to the show. Yes thank you great. Certainly appreciate your taking the time for things. I I hope that you and your friends your family. Your colleagues are doing well. Thank you gail you as well thank you. So let's talk about the power of technology on so many levels but particularly when it comes to health care these days. So what do you see in the future? These new technological safety measures. That should be in place to get healthcare workers safely back to the workforce. Right you know. What's kind of amazing about this? You know with the cover nineteen is. We've seen this digital transformation so we're utilizing technology in a brand new way so for the future. I really see the use of digital mobile APPs being developed the check temperature before entering and say a hospital or clinic in this kind of allow people to feel more secure especially these healthcare workers to know whether or not they have a temperature for walking in and you know it seems to me too and I know. There's a lot of controversy a lot caterwauling in debate about the civil rights and civil liberties but seems to me as states across the country Colorado among them Continue to very cautiously and very carefully reopen their state economies. I wonder if A temperature check will become the new norm at businesses as well. Yes exactly and I think it will become the new normal and will allow kind of their key access.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Previous segment offer up the issue related to Being tight spaces and how that may actually further to carry of the disease. Florida is going to be problematic. In terms of the number of cases that continue to climb Texas has become problematic with with their quote unquote reopening and as they continue to climb as well and so it. There is is a more general feeling. And when you look at the polling numbers this. This bears out that they're Nolan. Goshen UP OUR BUT TROY. You remember the polling numbers from two thousand sixteen. When Hillary Clinton was going to win the election was going to sweep the nation. I mean a polls there's lies damn lies and Statistics and I'm sorry I don't put too much credence in polls these days and as far as the American public. They're afraid they're afraid. Of course they're going to say gee I don't know I don't know if we should reopen or not but it seems at some point in time we have to quit making decisions out of fear and personal responsibility and accountability needs to become a major part of this equation. It's up to us to do everything that we can to stop this virus and take the economy off of life support. However that argument about fear can be turned to the other direction and it's fear about the economy that is prompting moves that you are wanting to see undertaking and that others are wanting to see undertaking spheres very well-founded and I think that the fears in regards to health are very well-founded and the belief that we haven't done enough to try to shut down this virus and it spread that we are making moves too quickly. Well as you said. So what more can we do given the fact that it is a novel? Virus at something likes People have never seen before public health officials grappling with every single day as it continues to mutate. Although I've got a really interesting piece it's called Muller's ratchet and it seems as though this cove it nineteen is following the path of other viruses. And as it mutates now this study and you can't put a whole lot of stock in this. I believe it came out of the University of Arizona. If I'm not mistaken but they're finding that as it mutates it is losing its own F- also is true and herd immunity and I go back to this and I know it sounds simplistic but how can you achieve herd immunity. If you are quarantining the heard how can you not herd immunity without running that risk of In this case We're looking at between one hundred thirty four and two hundred fifty thousand deaths because backstop we have nothing to backstop the potential for the use of herd immunity every time that hurt him. The energy is is discussed in of The scientific aspect of it it the backstop is always Either a treatment or a vaccine. And we don't have those yet right. I understand that but unfortunately we've talked about those models once again and that's part of the problem too is that we have been bombarded with all these mortality rates based on these conflicting models and once again it just goes to the amount of uncertainty models are not supposed to be accurate. They're not made to be accurate. They just give us best and worst case scenarios. That is correct. It's math is essentially. It's mad but the math is dependent on the information the data on which you formulate your result so basically you can have these miles. Tell you anything you want. That is true and.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And again. I go back to probably my naivety if someone wants to look at it that way but as a student of history one of the things that has always stood out to me is that we have done a very wonderful job as a country being able to take ourselves off of those situations and returning our rights to where they belong. There is a firm belief. Many people that those that those rights are sacrosanct and we end and that the emergency orders when they go into effect are very limited in terms of that what they'll allow for how long and when that comes off the books we go back to what has been what are normal is. I guess you would say and now it's a matter of. I think it is a good to be had because it is a matter of some conjecture speculation and debate. I think we can agree on that point. Because we've seen some really too radical moves by some government officials to wit Gretchen. Whitmer out of Michigan. And Yeah you can't buy a garden hose and you can't buy seeds and you can't have more than two people in a boat and your boat can't have a motor. I mean come on Gretchen. Well and again some of that comes down to just trying to keep people from being in situations where they get spread the virus You know in other ways it goes down. We can't continue to shut down the nation and the economy because we're not even talking about the mental health aspects of this where we are seeing mental health issues. Indeed suicides skyrocket as a people are watching their life's dream particularly segue here when it comes to restaurants and small business owners They're watching their life. Green not not to mention their life savings just devastated decimated before their very eyes and I think there needs to be a balance there unfortunately what it gets into is. How many doves are okay? How many ads will you accept or anybody else except.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Have Great Weekend Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi KFI BURST UNC. Bears target game coverage lives on thirteen. Ten KFI are the Denver Nuggets in a window that will yield some of the greatest nuggets players of all time. We'll talk about it on the next hole. Show thirteen ten. Kfi Am well old man. Winter reminding us that indeedy do. He is still around skies pretty cloudy and Gravis morning. Eight fifty three now. Thirteen ten K OF K. A thirteen ten. Kfi A dot com an live. Local fueled by Great Western. Petroleum joined by atmospheric scientist a channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists. And that Megan's Hey Matt Guesswork I I took a leave from your book. I'm now doing the show from home as well. Wasn't this technology. Something is pretty. It's just wow he's alley article right now and you crystal clear on now. You sound great but I was thinking about it. I mean I'm much more fortunate because radio not exactly a visual medium. Well we could make it that way. We could put a camera up and yeah. I wouldn't want to do that to my listeners. He'd be there exactly. Yeah I I understand it. It's a it's a bit of a transition just started doing this yesterday and I'm fine. I'm fine just being responsible and doing that. Social distancing thing to flatten the curve and the spread of Kovic Nineteen. But it's Kinda cool. You might hear my dog rudy back barking in the background because he spends the morning is like Oh this is cool and he just sleeps on my feet for three hours. It's also really. Yeah so cute. Good Company yes yes. So how.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"A little mundane in in the resolution of the story. It's about this town. That's built over a A machine that is meant to solve the mysteries of the universe and in the process. That kind of kicks out these impossibility things that. Show up like you might. You might get a d'appel gang or you might get You know a time loop or somebody might disappear and then what it is. Is You the stories about how the people in just real life how they deal with and now the handle it pragmatically So it's so much more of a character driven Dramatic piece and it's interesting. It's it's slow and deliberate But it also has some very good acting and it would like people like Jonathan Pryce and Rebecca Hall are in the film on the series So it's it's interesting if you want something slightly different than your standard sci-fi epic It's it's a very down to earth but but has that minor little fantastic element to it so sad. This just flashed across the screen. Topgun maverick push back to Christmas. But that comes no surprise. You're seeing that pretty much across the board right. Well what's interesting is. I thought like the quiet place. Part two has been moved to Labor Day weekend which I'm hoping this is all wrapped up by then. I mean we may lose in the spring. We may lose part of the summer still have wonder woman slated for August So hopefully we can get back to some level of as you say normalcy by then And I know some of them remain bumped completely next summer but the fact that they're staking out some claim in the fall and even in the winter I find that a little bit a more uplifting than if they just cleared the slate through twenty twenty would make me worry absolutely question though I mean you know as the new normal becomes the entrenched normal. Are People going to go back to the theaters? After this? You know what I think I think they will. I think I think before we get a real normalcy kind of has to be. This has to be licked from national level if you still have massive hot spots in different states. You're not gonNA get like you know. Ohio's pretty much on top of our curve. And if that gets under control they're not gonNA open up a high until like 'cause you know we're very close to New York and and you can get people coming in from there. And and if you don't have social distancing in Ohio then you know bringing in people who are passing through or coming in can cause problems there so I think it has to be kind of taking care of the national level with all the states and then when that happens and we're kinda through it. I think you're going to see a return. I think you're gonNA see a massive people are just going to be anxious to go again. The cabin fever. And if and if you do buy some popcorn you normally don't buy buy snacks by the served the studios. I think I'm not worried that Disney is going to go bankrupt from this but your local theater chain could and they make their money from their concessions so when we get back to the.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Was like all Costco. And I found like toilet. Paper stashed in the back in the security card. Came after me to was it. Wasn't that you know single pipe. Bowling Alley was incredible. Because I told you the story. I'm not sure I'm I tend to be a little repetitively redundant from time to time but I went into a local convenience store that I stopped by. Get Gas there and everything. So I've gotten to know the clerks that work there by the way they are now protected by those plexiglass shields up at so many stores and I'm thinking I'll tell you what you talk about an occupational hazard these days working in retail working at grocery store working in a convenience store best buy and the do drop off deliveries. Yeah Yeah Yeah curbside. Delivery is all the rage but the Ah both of the restrooms were closed. And I'm like that's interesting where both of them close could understand that. Maybe there was an issue in Canada and he told me the reason they were closed because people are stealing the toilet paper. I was reading an article online just yesterday that look the part of the reason for the shortage isn't just for hoarding. Although that happened. It's because everyone's home so you can't use the toilet paper work anymore. Let's just put it that way. I never thought of it that way. But you're absolutely right. Oh my God that is the issue with the tissue. That's right Oh well done well for your issue. Yeah all right. Let's talk a little bit about Tales from the loop on crying. Yeah this one is a new series that that is that is on Prime. Right now dropped. Today it's a science fiction series but it's not like hard Scifi like it's not star Wars Star Trek and it's an anthology series. But it's not even something like twilight zone. It uses the science fiction concept as sort of a stepping off point. And then they go into the character and more dramatic very pragmatic at times.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Place that everybody can go to their own corners. You know. Yeah Yeah we were talking. I was talking to Dr Dan. A physician professor futurists. We were talking about the new rage these days while it's telecommuting and teleconferencing and now it's telemedicine and tell us site can tele counseling and the list goes on and on but we were just talking last week that your son was on a tele date. Yes yeah they've done a couple of those things. Yeah he's having watch parties with not just herb and his friends and other going on. Netflix in watching TV shows together. Which is you know. Hey that's great because you really think about what I was a kid. You know it was like a best. You could do that. You'd have to use the telephone to have any certain holiday and and I I grew up in the eighties so like we had just gotten call like call conference. Call you at home. A three way call. He was like brand new and only the rich kids hadn't so we couldn't even come close. You just had to have a second line and run the the cord. You'd have to run the court downstairs or something like that down the hall into your bedroom game got it got it all right well as things are changing with wild abandons so our our entertainment habits and thank heaven for those digital platforms right. Absolutely you know. I think it's great that you've got the mainstreaming the I'd say the big ones being Amazon Netflix. And Hulu all three of those having their own streaming Disney plus. There's a lot of free stations out there like sling and of crackle and two. Tv's one of my favorite Pluto TV. You got a lot of content one of the things I like to going back and finding the old sitcoms. There's something just warm and refreshing about watching that stuff from the sixties or seventies Griffith if you go to Hulu has a breakout section with classic TV and you can find that kind of stuff on Amazon prime and if you don't even have Amazon prime there's a section in Amazon of movies you could. Tv shows you can watch with ads stuff like the rifleman if you want to go back to the old westerns and that's Rene you've got to TV. I can't stop talking about how much I like that one. Just for the diversity of programs you can dig down in there and get like the beverly hillbillies and House to take your mind off but you just don't watch out because if you decide to go to the Brady Bunch at some point you're going to get to the point where everyone gets. The measles and flashback greenacres there. Yeah so I've been like defined dark shadows though I Miss Barnabus. It is now the shadows spell that be I. If you've got a Roku Roku box or something like that or you better figure out the present that would just download. The APP is free. You gotTA deal with ads in it but you know. Hey that's okay And you can. You can find that. And then there's there's a bunch of other streaming channels that have obscure content and and that's great stuff. Are you watching things like contagion? I mean I can't tell you how many people are. Oh you need to watch contagion. I'm like no way I don't know I don't. I knew there was this big rash of people wanting to watch contagion. And what was that movie with? The outbreak with Dustin Hoffman. Those I think you know if you want to deal with that. That's great and it's wonderful. I actually have a BLU ray of contagion. I'm like I'm not putting that thing in. That's just GonNa Freak me out even more. Although and movie gets everything accurate except for the toilet paper yes there. Is that the issue of the toilet paper humps to call so bored.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"So to speak a little bit will be up and running shortly and you can certainly follow me. Dr Dan. Md DOT COM. Dan Thank you so much for taking the time. And for your perspectives and insights. Certainly do it and I hope you're doing well. Yes thank you. Thank you for having you bet eight seventeen now. Thirteen ten KFI. Kia All sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi K. hey the day's headlines Headlines podcasts mornings with Gail and more and a schedule upcoming sports. Broadcasters firemen thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com is kind of funny so I get an email from Kevin. Carfax is at the movies back is at the movie said Dot Com. Get One each. And every week where he runs through some suggestions as to what he wants to talk about what he wants to review of course digital platforms all the rage these days. So we're GONNA talk about some new streaming shows that you might be interested in when he joins us at eight thirty five but I had to crack up because he said I look forward to speaking with you at our normal time. I'm like finally something that is normal. Oh Joy and happiness abound eight twenty eight now. Thirteen Ten K. Okay but stay with us as we attempt to approximate some level of normalcy. Because well really. That's the best thing for your mental health. You can do right now with everything so topsy turvy and inside out and upside down as a result of cove in nineteen. Try to find something that you go. Oh Yeah I remember this because it's so good for your mental health those patterns those routines all right so banking off our see what I did their banking off our conversation with Tracy Accident F. as bank. Yeah they that rush for those three Three hundred and fifty billion dollars in small business loans actually gets underway today and give. Fm S. Bank. A call or your your local credit union wherever you have an account because that's GonNa make a difference but it's kind of interesting when you look at. They've got the big picture but it when it comes to all of the details and the finer points of how these Loans are going to work. Well there's some details still kind of up in the air details like the lenders responsibility to evaluate the borrowers lenders are saying. It's just not as simple as they had hoped. But if you are a small business owner take advantage of this opportunity seriously and start local. Now you can find more information such as it is At the Small Business Administration website but definitely.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"With medicine. Human touch that ability to form that relationship with your provider is certainly very essential but I think now sacrificing for that right now might be in the best interest of the patients in all health care workers so maybe those that are not as savvy technology. Maybe there's maybe there's a close family member or close friend. That could certainly help them with some getting this Technology setup. It's by no means a perfect system right now but I think it is way baby that we can sacrifices as Americans as the society Patients and help and even the healthcare workforce to help with that. You know it's interesting because we need to consider the mental health aspect of Covet nineteen as well because stress and anxiety of course can affect your immune system making you more susceptible to a covert nineteen We work very closely with a North Range. Behavioral Health a mental health provider Locally and they just made the announcement that they transitioned to telehealth telehealth Do you see that as a trend. Yes absolutely you know right now just with Keller site as they say you know that's becoming more popular as during this time. There's a great deal. People being affected by depression anxiety. Obviously the issues of being self corn T for significant amount of times. I think we're GONNA see the rise at this. Tell us site where patients are able to get assistance with possible. Potential mental health issues of their anxiety and depression. And I think that is just phenomenal. Be Able to help these patients to provide the the care that they need so the end the lookout Mortello site being implemented during this time as well this into being a excuse me a physician and a professor. You're also a futurist. How will this change us in the future? And what is the next phase the next step for telemedicine? Right Mo- great question. I think this is going to be the new norm. I think being adapting to new technologies particularly like we just mentioned tell tell us Ike is going to be maybe the new norm and and health care and those maybe providers Warner's You know used to using technology or even those patients that are not. I think this is going to be the new norm of using the virtual care moving forward in case we have other pandemics like this occur. Dr Dan O'Brien as a physician and professor again with a passion for innovative. Healthcare Technologies and public health. Always enjoy seeing you on Fox by the way Dr Dan. Where can we learn more about.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:48 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"That actually. It's it's a viable option. Right now it again. It's protecting our healthcare community. That's actually protecting the physicians as well. So they're actually becoming big advocates of telehealth services right now and when you look telemedicine. I've got so many questions for you this morning but when you look at something that once again is new to many of us What do you see as being? It's a primary benefit some additional primary benefits of telemedicine. And how does it actually work right? Great question so takeoff for example. There's a Lotta logic behind this remote here. You know patient that comes in with covert nineteen. You know maybe dry cough or fever. They have other symptoms like difficulty breathing. Loss OF SMELL OR TASTE. You know with this kind of rapid visit with a doctor burs. That's GONNA be crucial in regards to again protecting your your medical professional Provider so how kind of works is again through technology through kind of a video chat through skype or another channel. You're able to interact with your physician your laptop or your smartphone or even a nurse You know the online so again. It's just kind of this virtual chat that's setup Again it just along Ritter access to your provider as well as protecting those are going into hospital if you look at Italy. A lot of that transmission was occurring within hospitals so through virtual telemedicine this. Kinda pre prevent that from happening. What about again. I try not to be alarmist in this situation I am very judicious about vetting sources but We're hearing now that you know. We thought it could be spread by coughing or sneezing but now it seems as though it can be spread by talking. Yes great question you know the the Kogo nineteen is such a fluid situation right is changing every day. There is some literature to to support that right. And we saw that maybe social distancing was working to a certain degree but as we're kind of learning more every fourteen days because we know that incubation periods between five and fourteen days things are changing very rapidly. So you do make a very interesting point there. Yeah and I can't help but wonder as well It seems as though Cdc Public Health officials now saying that maybe mass indeed are effective. But I believe that's a slippery slope because it gives us Well Some sort of a sense of safety and security and it might have us go outside and get a little closer to people because well we've got our mass on. We're fine not to mention the fact that we're going to be messing with our mass and we've been told not to touch our faces right absolutely had.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Fueled BY GREAT WESTERN PETROLEUM. Only thirteen ten. Kfi Well era of Covet nineteen social distancing of course all the rage and for good reason we are telecommuting teleconferencing and if we're stress eating to cope through the disruption and public health read that is covered nineteen. We well my turn into teletubbies. But there's a brand new term being hurt in medical circles. That's becoming the new normal in the corona virus era telemedicine and it's on the rise eight. Oh seven now thirteen ten KFI K. A thirteen ten KFI K. A. DOT COM warnings. Gail live local. Fueled by Great Western. Petroleum joined this morning by Dr Dan. O'brien position and professor with a passion for innovative healthcare technologies. Dr Dan Welcome on in. Yes welcome thank you for having me certainly do appreciate your taking the time this morning. So with the telemedicine on the rise. What do you see as being used in the future? I as a result of cove in nineteen the outbreak. Right you know. Just great question. I think the use of tele-medicine. There's just going to be so crucial right now because these virtual Essentially video chats with your provider will just allow greater access for these patients Especially those that may be symptomatic To be able to get treatment so it's just such a crucial time right now. It's it's kind of nontraditional. Nothing that we're used to but I think because it. Toby nineteen the implementation of telemedicine is going to be huge. There's a whole lot of things that we're not used to that. We're forced to acclimate to very very quickly. These days to be sure. But you know we talked about Social distancing in the fact that it is effective basically it stops the exponential of the spread of Corona virus. Because my understanding is what you've got about thirty percent of US. Walking around as silent carriers eighty to eighty five percent of US Will have a very mild symptoms if not be symptomatic but could a technology like telemedicine prevent the future spread of Covet Nineteen? Exactly great question. I think absolutely these conversations are more virtual between patient and physician actually keeps the patient out of the hospital and then less likely to inspect other healthcare providers You know especially right now. Time is tight for physicians nurses so that may allow patients to again greater access without actually having to go into the clinic or hospital so what our public health officials in the CDC thing about Tele Minute Telemedicine Solutions Right. Great question.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For this Thursday instead of helping to prepare his pitchers for the start of the regular season Reds pitching coach Derek Johnson finds himself at home in Nashville doing creative things to help out as guys like rip van Winkle yeah the lack of a better way of saying that I mean you know there's there there's only so much you can do it on there's only so many shows that you can watch you know you do try to do some work on your dentures and you are trying to think through you know different scenarios we've had many many conference calls already between our coaching staff people are hoping to help in performance you know department so we're we're we're definitely all stay connected college basketball Dayton's obi Toppin has been named to the U. S. basketball writers association all America first team mobiles Jordan war is on the third team Ashton Hagans of the Kentucky Wildcats one of four finalists for the Naismith man's defensive player of the year award bangles update bangles every sign unrestricted free agent quarterback Torry make tire the raiders have signed cornerback Marcus Mariano to a two year seventeen million dollar deal Carolina Panthers assigned of XFL star quarterback PJ Walker and veteran center and five time pro bowler Travis Frederick of the Dallas Cowboys is retired at age twenty nine after seven NFL seasons build us in seven hundred WLW sports hi Jay Robb is Dan obrien J. we have a lot of planes not being used the question is where do you put them all a question might you want to keep them close so that way when normal flight activity resumes you can diligence Stickley make it happen sooner than later but delta airlines certainly is a logistics problem on their hands they have nine hundred aircraft they parked it six hundred of them and there was such a limited space really for parking at the Atlanta airport third they're using three of the five runways in Atlanta to park there six hundred jets in the right now the Atlanta airport you're down to two operational runways because the fact that you've got all these jets scattered across three other runaways while while and Erica's are in no mood to bail out the airlines you know I don't know what you have with with the way that the Ericsson consumer looks at airlines that the us to death on everything the thought of them getting some sort of a bailout during difficult times is not really setting while many people are being very vocal to their lawmakers saying look Hey we don't want to begin anything B. if we do make sure that there are some stipulations works paid back or there some reductions on how they just continue to you know turn the screws on us I get out of any that's going to happen at all but then he was gonna change will have to wait and see but the president made it clear that the airline industry is a top priority for him given that its economic impact on our country so we'll just have to wait and see what all falls out and I'll have the very latest on aviation blogger that's made possible by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport that's the lowest fares in the region such as Miami round trip route forty six dollars you can check out that and more the TV G. airports dot com and Mike is a reminder you can buy a lot of the stairs ten eleven months in advance so for shopping the end of the year there some other some great deals out there no doubt about it all right far as the weather you got what minor delays Portland her Seattle in Charlotte could be look right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the.

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"dan obrien" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"dan obrien" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"In a row all in the sixty percentile bracket and prose five and a ten weeks have been in the seventy percentile bracket sign up hide the money from your wife you'll love it tied in overtime right now Seattle's got the rock and they're in Sam a just cause and thirty three yard line or so so there I mean already a decent shot at a field goal but that isn't what they're going after here the real pancakes and syrup is a touchdown you win a game game ends with a touchdown first name as it is scores ones that sounds so here they are moving at another first down inside the twenty now to the eighteen and I mean they're in business you got to seal the deal here Kairi and win this game right here don't give them a chance to go down just get me ends on in this thing bottom line can you imagine if they go down and score on this demands that everybody is inhaling is the best defense in the league they would go down on an overtime and get a kick out of it and marched down the field and score it's crazy right that is why it's gonna get hired from the nineteen in a pound and a dial down of the fourteen whatever run so we'll see if they can get it in the hands on great game all right so don cherry now I mean I just thought since I had mentioned before that I'd at least keep going on it right so the I. tonic grapes has been fired in night Canada by sports after his on air contents Saturday night which is coach's corner on hockey night in Canada I he's eighty five now and he criticized individuals who did not wear poppy pants leading up to the nation's Remembrance Day the pans are sold by veterans goods and warned to honor those who served here's a past job love Christ he got ticked off at the five you got to be kidding me and now to run it back into running back he's got a running back of god you got to be kidding me did you see that that he's that pack game over now what I will do is stag you got to be kidding me my god did you had it what do you do what I'm awful mess that ache he doesn't make those mistakes he doesn't do that what do you do when I was a terrible pass it wasn't a double trouble coverage there was no there was only one receiver that I got a cut a touchdown before there was nobody there Hollister was covered just under the room completely it's a bad throw and I'm like the C. oz who can't catch a pass right now hands this guy made the pack that's it right there now he is that I got gravel a stick it down their throat right but a lot I went right because you both get a possession yeah now the Niners can when it with a field goal that's unbelievable that he threw that pack you got to be kidding me seriously anyway got cherries eighty five now and he sat on air quote and so I live in Mississauga Ontario very few people where the poppy downtown Toronto forget it nobody wears the poppy now you go to the small cities you people that come here whatever it is you love our way of life you love our milk and honey at least you can pay a couple Bucks for a poppy or something like that these guys paid for your way of life that you enjoy in Canada these guys pay the biggest price for that and so they fired him for that once the jerks yeah I know I knew when I saw that Saturday night that he wouldn't make it to next Saturday's coaches corner when he said that yeah I do it was done and and it all Sunday you people my god he landed a immigrants yeah and look to be fair and don's probably been around a little bit longer than he should have so he's lasted this long for whatever reason and look there's a door what a way to handle is brilliant hall of fame career right that he ends if he gets fired for now and not backing down either quote I know what I said and I meant it everybody in Canada should wear a poppy to honor our fallen soldiers I speak the truth and I walk the walk I visited the bases of the troops into Afghanistan with our brave soldiers a Christmas Benda cemeteries of our phone around the world an honor our fallen troops on coaches corner to keep my job I cannot be turned into a tame the robot I would have like to continue doing coaches corner the problem is if I have to watch everything I say it isn't coaches corner there you go thank what from don cherry so he said to keep my job I cannot be turned into a tame robot so would you be able what do you mean you what do you mean you people your boy your boy grapes is roasted for saying you people I mean at this point is anybody really surprised though I mean how many years has he made comments in just bashing European players if you were to Canadian hockey player or played on a Canadian team he was ripping you so he's always been Xena phobic and all about just Canada I get where he's coming from to agree about like you need a lot of the people who you know gave your feels like that but once you go in and talk about you people governing nearly signaling out you know certain groups of people you're not water but this is what we expected from this guy for three years he made someone when you are did you really think it was that bad did you really think it was that bad what he said but he said years ago now this day and age yeah that's is that right like why was it so that people get all up in arms whatever you criticize certain groups of people that he I mean getting really single out longer words immigrants well you know if he was going to do it that way they're just gone after immigrants illegal because Orlando you enjoy this and you won't celebrate he's signalling out people who are not born Canadian and come there live there do you agree with that do you think it was that bad do you think it was like what he said was did you think it was really that bad I yeah look this is a game that is growing in it and it's and it's you know it's supposed to be for everybody hockey is push this especially gather that game for everybody and you can't do that each I'm sorry it's just what he said is wrong is flat out wrong and you deserve to be fired that is what it is threat a games for everybody he doesn't he doesn't like foreign players to begin with well look like Matthew said there's probably been some times in the past that he's skated on that line and then I finally got him yeah that's the way it goes don't say stupid stuff he said stupid stuff so he's out end of story and he's taken a completely on the old man I'm gonna say what I want you have to deal with that line you know that no you have to give the times to just because you're eighty five doesn't mean you can just say whatever you want ever was gonna be okay with it of course is partner Ron maclean said we know diversity is a strength of the country I owe you an apology to I sat there I did not catch it I did not respond man I cherry re here's the policy is I've had my say it was one controversy to many the former Bruins and Rockies coach was hired as a commentator for CBC's hockey night in Canada in eighty one loud suits and louder takes made in the most famous member of Canadian ID media for decades Saturday nights is appointment viewing anyway he a strip a extolled the virtues of fighting in hockey for decades he regularly take heed for derogatory years of European born players in twenty third teenager the ire of yours is saying I don't believe women should be in the mail dressing room increasingly get he would use a celebrity for blood over is speaking on behalf of Toronto mayor rob Ford and I reason who called and calling it who doesn't believe in climate change Google speculation is Dan obrien bird the former GM of the lease and dives may follow Jerry in hockey night in Canada spotlight segment they're in a twelve year agreement the NHL for five point two billion Canadian signed a twenty thirteen is largest media right steel in NHL history it'll never be the same I don't care who they put in there it'll never be the same whoever has that job is doomed including Brian Burke yeah that's one of those things where you change and is another one that's eighty five years old when I got to do what's not acting in a works dot that'll yes all seventy nine eighty five seventy five also I was going to put a Cork in the seat I mean honestly these guys are eighty five ninety years I have we not been talking about this on the air all these guys around here doing jobs that are ninety the Yankees around there's a like a hundred two six nine the it allows they get they must partner he's eighty by others who is an eighty anymore doing sixty four she's sixty four going on seventy five must have taken a look at him warily I would the snowman stop call in it coaches corner like I'm not saying that that's it's just it's been something that's been there for a long time just get rid of that on as the guy that is always done coaches corner it's over he's gone this is where you go and god knows they can't care take a and a game ends in a tie because there's three minutes lab Seattle could still win a game right Russell could get the same message does he finally on the night of his life and make for field goals I hope he misses it but chase my colossal and by the way I just hit right I had the Niners the win and Seattle plus six and a half that was my back a bit all metal that let's see what we got here keeps on the guy the kangaroos heard on the sidelines guys send up who cares the time remember when it was his name was out my homes even even late in the game a shot in five thousand times during their game that you didn't lie to bear saying this once I get even easier cake sweeping it in this way but let's say this is what it's all about instead it shank dead so bad last night what about we just landed in San Jose so this game is still there for the taking you got to be kidding me great field position after let's call you nearly mess after he made a mall so easily any thought as he was having a great is not it was live in any claims to give it a coach is going to call it something else boom done they yeah well they have to work Spock's Birchbox Berks box and and if they did and it's a great name mafia but if they do that it'll it'll it'll go over like a lead because they're just so many people you know maybe like an approach as that he's fired not as much as you think really a lot of people that hated him up there is that right you fifty you think that he was fifty fifty in Canada in the last few years the the polls have gone down on for is that right yeah says the hard core older fan I think absolutely what they love watching them for thirty plus years yeah they'll lot they'll be upset the young fan aids the young man's head I'm why is that is it old old geezer exactly hi well we're still tied with under three minutes ago and the city by the bay he died of a like an hour and a half away Santa Clara they hate playing there but they are glad they.

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