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"dr bill" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Crazy stuff. So it's a lot of really interesting stuff. The for the year that first year I went Dennis Channel was was doing his. He's doing a bunch of this crazy pero surgeries. Wow. My in the right place because. I mean it was really cool. Is Really Cool. So it's a great meeting you're going see some really cool stuff if you can go to Chicago. And if particularly, if you're a new scope user man going live if you can swing, it is really cool because they'll have a lot of vendors. You'll actually be able to put your hands on some microscopes and you'll be able to put your hands on the people like bill that that can tell you how to do stuff and do it. Right. So I'd I'd highly recommend that'll be that'll be a link in the show notes there too. So Members. Love we love to. The Camaraderie of being able to help new scope users even though you talk about some of these these big guns and dentistry like Dennis Channel was and and they're just they're so different at the microscope meetings Roosevelt when they let helping people. Yeah. Now it's it's it's a really cool experience. Is probably one of the most niche meetings I've ever been to but yet everyone felt like they belong you know I don't know there's a Mexico abuser kind of an interesting. Interesting clan where we're our our tribe is pretty cool and so it's it's a it's a good meaning. It's worth taking taking a look at if you haven't if you're looking at microscope, it's worth worth going to if you're using a microscope now we're going to. So there's there's a lot of people that will benefit from it so. Check that out we'll have that in the show as well and make sure you check out bills course coming up in the next week here Saturday. The twelfth of September and it's eleven am to one PM Eastern time, and then along with that, you'll get an hour of bills time to to help you get set up in your opportunity, make sure using the scope to its to its fullest. So bill thanks a ton for being on. This was fantastic I think a lot of scope uses that will benefit from this. So very good. Thank you. Thank you. I. Appreciate..
"dr bill" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Enhanced. Dentistry. Friend of Mine Dr Bill Linger Bill. How're you doing? Great Allen. Thanks so much for having me on the podcast today. Yeah. So bill's been a microscope user for a long time. I mean, how long have you been using using the scope eleven years younger? So he's he's been doing it for a long time. We're GONNA talk about another time about kind of how he got there. But one of the things we wanted to talk about is Would you say one of the challenges for for new new sculptures and to be honest even older scope users like me is is working. Figuring out how to position the scopes you can work easily in in tell tell me about what's the challenge with that and what have you seen with that. Your that's definitely the number. One thing. I see with students who want to take our course of new microscope users is that They don't really know how to work especially on the lower art shoot. It seems like that would be simple but they they get the scope they get it installed but nobody really shows them how they can work in all four quadrants and do it comfortably inefficiently. and. So I created this course to help those people because I hear this complaint so much. And some simple things that we really walk through that will help you be able to work in all four quadrants. And it's really important to me because I have to work that way. So over the years figured out how to do this and just wanted to share that with people. So they wouldn't have to struggle in the beginning YOU BILL IS A. Bill is particularly qualified to do this because he's he he got into, we're GONNA talk about another time I know I keep saying this but he got into the scope use. Just, for high magnification and fun toys but literally for pain neck and back pain that he was basically able unable to work, and so he literally can he used the scope for everything for the organic aspects not just for the documentation of the magnification is that is that an accurate absolutely the The magnification is just one of the ways the scope benefits you but the scope cannot be beat for economics, illumination documentation and communication with your with your patient. So. The magnification and a lot of cases just a benefit. Me I really couldn't work without it. It's interesting though that you say, okay, everyone can get the magnification 'cause they. They don't really they don't really know how much they're missing out on, but to be frank y'all case. So you can magnify in the lighted super bright and super direct in if you can documented. Yeah, they get it. It's really good. It's better in camera the story about the economics is that like I think a lot of times. That's actually people look at it kind of like a negative because you don't have to really train yourself to. You you probably could but you don't really have to train yourself with loops to position yourself frank touched your head and you just keep moving your head. Until you can see straight basically the microscope different animal you're you've got, you have to position the patient and the microscope in the right place to be able to see what you're looking for. Mere skills or something that if you're good with a mirror with loops, you'll probably be good with scope because I mean using the mirror in the microscope is. I think it's easier to use it with scope than it is without. So the truth but I know a lot of people are sort of don't use them as much as they should. What do you feel like with with mirrors and microscope when? Invariably, anyone in my area who gets a neck problem finds out about me and shows up in my office and they want to see and I'm like by all means please if I can help somebody. In, pain I'm happy to do that and one thing they always say is you use the mirror a lot. Well. Yeah. That's an dental school. You learn not to use the mirror because you don't have an assistant but. Learning to use the mirror early on. Is. The key in a lot of people kinda work around that and then, and then eventually you get neck and back pain. Yeah Are Huge. Now, it's a big deal. So tell us a little bit about what if someone decides. Someone like me decides to jumping on this course it's it's it's online travel anywhere. Is that right? Yes. It's two hours online and then we provide an individual our afterwards. Where we can Online I can I can see what you're doing. I can coach you through you can practice some of the skills you learned, and then I can I can look at your video and basically coach you through anything you your your assistance however, you want to work that. So it's two hours online and then there's another hour afterwards a follow up. Okay. Individual coaching. Okay. Is it a? Is it like? Is it an on demand thing or is it? Is it a specific day that you take the course live and then it's available? How's that workout? So September Twelfth at eleven am and you can register online. On the amid website yes we'll put it. We'll put a link not avert. Okay. Seven September. Twelfth Eleven to one eastern time. Okay. As. The Our will schedule at your convenience. Okay. So is it is it? Are you doing the course live for the people taking or is it? Is it video? Stuff is a little bit of each or what Yeah I've got I've got a ton of videos inch oral and extra oral split screens that I WANNA I wanNA share but I wanted to do it live so that If there is feedback I can I can pause the video I can talk about it. It's going to it's going to be mostly video and things like that and then. We can do some demonstration in my arbitrary as well and I really wanted. To see what it's like to work especially on the lower arch in the mouths with error with the suction, what the assistance doing. So they can see what it's like in the mouth, and then we've got extra oral video to sync up as literally be able to you'll be able to answer questions people have wall all the things going. Okay. So so this is an actual course you guys this. Isn't a Webinar that was prerecorded and so like if you're looking at it this your scope user and you struggle working with the lower and let's be honest you do if your scope user because most I mean it's it's a little bit takes a little bit of Magic to do that in my opinion This is the course it's honestly and I have to say, I have remember the microscope. Like like it was big hardcover textbook photos. And they have all kinds of exercise and stuff like that, and I couldn't do it. I couldn't do it like a stock daunting to look at that book book book I understood what they're trying to say booked into it. I have a feeling like live in video like of an actual person sitting with the microscope is GonNa be much easier to understand absolutely and Dennis, especially, in are visual learners engine being able to see it. Really, can help you pull it together. And make your life easier and make dentistry better. So you could probably watch take the course. In your pajamas on the couch on Saturday, the twelve then you could schedule your our afterwards when you're sitting in your auditory or something like that. So you can actually have a more hands on experience with that what you guys were kind of thinking when you put it together. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yes, and if you if you WANNA if you WanNa have your assistant there. So we can tweak tweak them as well. We're happy to do that too. So yeah, we just want to help you. Help you get the microscope into US everywhere? Okay. That's very cool. That's really cool. So in before we go, we'd be remiss in not mentioning the the amid meeting which is coming up in October. It is I think it's the I don't WanNa. Say Twenty four twenty fifth is that right? Right? It's Saturday Sunday now. Okay. I'm sorry. Friday Saturday Friday. Friday Saturday. We we changed it and it's you can attend it virtually or you can come to Chicago. I think we have a fifty person cap. As of today but Where we've got to go somewhere to do it. So we're still going to do it in Chicago, but you can take it online. And it's a great course. We have speakers from all over the world. And every every level cover all the branches of dentistry. It's a great multidisciplinary meeting. It's not about the microscope. So yeah, in fact, The Times that I've I've been a lot of times what it is the kind of Dennis that tend to use microscopes or pretty high and doing some pretty.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"It's hard to know what I like best about single patient use burs from micro copy dental I mean there's the part where I get to take the package, open it in front of the patient. So they know that I'm taking my commitment infection control seriously. I used this bird once I open it, use it in, toss it all at once. No chance of cross contamination, which is pretty awesome. But the other thing I really like about it is in each time these burs it's a brand new bird and you get a brand new cutting for you know what I'm talking about. The first time you get a burr out of the package it's so sharpened perfect. Why not have that every single time? That's what using micro copy dental burs is about okay..
Cardinals-Brewers game off after positive COVID tests
"Everybody's being tested today. Psychologically emotionally, and for covid nineteen that's the Minnesota twins style today. Remember that the major league. Baseball. Protocol the twins at least they have three tiers of people to your one. The players coaches tier to kind of the direct support staff tier three media others. Tears one and two both tested today rapid tested today because of what's going on with the Saint Louis Cardinals a couple of cardinals tested positive for covid nineteen. There in Milwaukee are the cardinals not gonNA play tonight scheduled to play tomorrow provided. There are no more positive tasks did see that from a minute ago but the twins are going through their protocols now and that the cardinals were here and So they did some rapid testing Cleveland apparently today was their normal testing anyway. So they have all been tested as well. clubhouse disinfected. Daily Scrub down continuing elite reading from lavelle story deep clean before a new team uses it as well. So it was theoretically clean, very very well between the cardinals and Cleveland's visit but that's the deal game is scheduled to go on tonight twins looking to a rebound after last night's two zero loss it's clemenger versus Daba target field about two hours from. Now, we have no results of those tests just if they'd been administered is that correct? There's results I haven't seen anything about him, but that's that's what we know
"dr bill" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"The globe as well and the reality is. We're all stakeholders in the global response because it's you know. It's GonNa. Come back to us if we don't. It's GonNa Boomerang back. Because because what happened in every part of the globe affects us in some way, and even directly by bringing the virus back in so hopefully I can talk about some of those things that that were working to. Are you working with the big ten by the way? Did I read that somewhere? Are you doing any work with them, or are you? The? Are they consulting you or are you involved in any of vowed? They're trying to piece this together. What their approach should be et Cetera me personally I mean they'll your your good friends and and Christopher Gabriel got me in touch with some people from the. Serious. Okay so it was big. Ten Network more more media duties unbelievable hand becoming a media room. You have you. You have to get so, but occasionally you still are doing. The work is what you're telling us. You're insisting you're still do real work. That's that's even better great to catch up with the man we will. chat next week and if you get breaking news, you want to give to our audience quicker. Hotline United Get all the guards. He will put you on any time. All right sounds good man. Thanks, my friend I appreciate it. Bill Maurice Dr Bill as Mayo Clinic. Big knocker extended version again this week. we did not get to all the emails today. I tried to get to a decent number of them last week. and we'll save some of those two, because no one would. We're never going to run out of questions for him. That much is very very certain Kevin. SIEFERT will join us at five thirty and when I shouldn't say. When we come back the bottom of the four o'clock hour, we will open doc. Download it now. This summer michelob golden light invites you to rev up your summers and enter to win your very own Michelob. Golden.
Certain blood type may limit risk from COVID-19, other may hurt, study suggests
"My blood type is all plush, should I be extremely happy? Writes, the same emailer, a little, happy or not happy at all. He's referring to a recent report in the New England Journal of Medicine Suggesting Cove Nineteen patients with type A blood are more likely to have severe disease while those type. All were less likely. Well again it's kind of falls back into that category and it just actually wondering I'm finding. Dan is at my repeated radio. Appearances are getting more challenging pushing. It was easy in the early day, just a couple of tests, and not that much. No now there's more becoming out, but I'm staying on top of it as much as I can. This was actually what's called a genome wide association study so what they do. Do in in studies like this as they take a bunch of patients that have gotten sick in this case with cove Ed and some that have not and they or have gotten less severely ill, and they basically sequence there. They're all their DNA sequence all their genes, and then they just put it into a computer and say okay Is there anything that's associated? That falls out with patients. That got more sick. When they did this. They found that their parts of the genes that basically for your blood group had this association with pit. You know certain certain blood groups getting more ill than others We don't know yet exactly what that means. in terms of. Risk pro, you know it's a single. It's a single study so it's possible that that would help to predict, but again these are kind of relative risk. So you know that's what's challenging with. The might be their blood. Types are more susceptible to getting severely ill, but the flip side is. That doesn't mean that if you have a more more quote, Protective Blood Group that you're not, you don't have to worry about if there's nothing that has been found like that that if you have this, you're absolutely protected
"dr bill" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"He is a medical doctor and the CEO of Predator What prouder does is help. Millions of people save billions on health bills. Welcome to our program again Dr Bill. How are you? Good morning and happy Friday Ron I'm ready to help people save money on health care costs..
"dr bill" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Today. After, good conversations early with Dr Bill Maurice. On! A number of subjects including some breaking Mayo Clinic News not particularly encouraging. About! How apparently several the antibody tests out there. Not are not very effective. At least we're trying to get to the bottom of that they are. should say Doctor I. WAS GONNA? Say Dr Frank via Louisa Use a PhD IN P starting pitching. We know that. He joined US earlier in the show. And now guards. He says he's got a great stack of Dr Dan inbox emails that we're going to get to right now. Is. You. Thank you as always to wedding day diamonds for bringing us and bringing you Dr Dan's Inbox. Thank you wedding day. DIAMONDS JJ KN DOT COM. If you'd like to get in on it, you can submit entries on Instagram you can submit enter on twitter facebook. However, you want dear Dr Damn any we got. I don't know a lot thirty. We try to get to thirty today. Is that too many I? Don't know that thirty. Might! Have Twenty I'm definitely have twenty. Wow, yeah, now. Some of them are probably. Right like we typically do okay. And what we have to from the same person, but for completely different reasons and completely unrelated, and it's so random, but I'll tell you those in a little bit. Dear Dr, Dan. Today my little cousin in Haya was informed that she is not considered essential in two thousand and twenty tomorrow I hear that my fellow Minnesotans will be having similar discussions about me Dr Dan. Will be determined that my nationally celebrated consecutive record breaking attendance will be my downfall. That what makes me the largest US gathering of my kind based on two thousand, seventeen, twenty, eighteen in two thousand nineteen attendance figures was all for nothing. Dr. Dan Minnesotan really be one of us. They do not have the opportunity to spill warm cookies in the dirt or debate the differences between a PRONTO PUP and a corn dock for the first time since nineteen forty six Dr Dan I might not be right around the corner. G Minnesota get together. S. Going to be as fair, but either works or one. State Fair s fair. Protocol.
"dr bill" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Guards preparing open the inbox. Next segment bottom of the five o'clock hour moved from the usual four thirty Thursday. Time slot to accommodate. Our. Kind of guest heavy. Schedule earlier in this program Dr Bill Maurice Male, clinic three thirty and then frankie sweet music, oil..
"dr bill" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Because. That's really what this was about last item because we've gotTA guess coming up at before four o'clock as well probably should gotten to it sooner. I'm looking at a story in the Star Tribune from I, think yesterday, Minnesota nursing homes already the site of eighty one percent of Covid, nineteen deaths continue taking infected patients. It's become a significant debate. An issue in which in fact in New York they ended up reversing their policy on this that required senior on. You know nursing home. Sorts of places to take in patients regardless of their covid nineteen status whether they've been tested on one hand. People are saying well. We don't want individuals who need a place still. To be taken care of to be refused on the other hand. There's great concern that given what a lot of studies indicate about already being overwhelmed on safety issues. At least some of these nursing homes that we are making. We've all been told that this is the most vulnerable population out there and that we're making a potentially volatile situation even worse with this. This policy which I think is continuing actually in the state of Minnesota. What what can you tell us about this? Well I it's a well. I can say is that it's it is. It's another one of these really difficult issues. That pandemic is facing us with because there's no doubt that having someone that's known covid positive. Go into a nursing home setting. Increases the risk for everyone in that care facility, and that is the age group that we know is going to be most likely to develop severe disease. The flip side is there? What other options are there? I mean there's the difficult to keep these people in the hospital for long periods of time you know there's really reflects to me a gap in the care system that and that's one of the things that Kobe is really highlighting. For us or things that we probably knew were there in terms of a healthcare, and where it needs to improve in this country but haven't been able to manage yet you know the the effect of the disease and you know the socio economically disadvantaged and people experiencing homelessness. We knew that was a group. That was you know going to be. Be Vulnerable, sure enough. It's been had much more serious effects their same for the nursing home. We've known for a long time. We need something transitional for for patients of that age at to get out of the hospital and into you know an assisted living or assisted care setting, and there's really no. There's no good place at this point for those individuals. Individuals to go when they have Cova, so we're left with some really difficult choices. Last question on this the would the numbers being as high as they are in this state and similarly high in many other states. I think is part of war. You're getting more pushback. from from people wondering whether we need as we're learning more, we need to be and we're also trying not to shut everything down to the degree. We've had that. There might be a more targeted approach in terms of who we say should stay home or who we stay say should try to stay far more segregated. Do these numbers as they've played out here? Tell you that we need to refine our thinking on that. Given that you know even guys like. Said we cannot stay sequestered to the degree. We have forever. Yeah I think it's IT IS A. I mean it's a question that's been in my own mind a lot and I think that no one would disagree that if we could have a targeted approach to that would be best, you know. A lot of people are being affected by Cova that will never get covert or whenever get seriously ill with Kobe and really impact away losing jobs other things. Mental Health included right DR Y-. Conclude mental health including which. Absolutely. Yes, so, but the problem is that I think those are much more difficult to actually do to achieve and -ality so I think we're GonNa see you know we're gonNA. Unfortunately, we'll see some movement this direction, and sometimes we'll get it right, and sometimes they won't, and that's what we're just going to have to manage your going forward. Thanks is always for the time we'll I'll tell you what we'll do now that you've. Mentioned that you were kind of felt left out last week. We'll go ahead and just say we'll call you again next week. How about that? Good I look forward to it, outstanding memorial. Day, there you go. Thanks, man I appreciate it all right take. Care Doctor Bill Maurice Mayo Clinic our Mayo Clinic Big Knocker, speaking of big knockers. Does it get any bigger than Frankie. Sweet Music Viola with everything on the line game. Seven nineteen eighty seven world series game is kind of in back in the news a little bit locally because Fox sports north replayed it a couple of nights ago Frankie watched it. What did he noticed this time that he didn't? As the guy who pitched brilliantly in game seven. was even was he ever off himself? As he watched him dominate through eight innings. We'll find out. Doctrines.
"dr bill" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Frankly will join us at the top of the four o'clock hour of today's program. Now we're chatting with our old friend. Dr Bill Maurice Mayo Clinic Big knocker after giving him. We decide to give him last week off. Which I'm sure was a great relief to him, but we're pressing into service again. Today's on the wedding clinic Lazic. And cataract hotline as we. Speak we welcome back. Good to hear your voice again hope you're doing well. Doing well I I'm glad I thought maybe I was just no longer an intriguing. We're trying to not overwhelm. You were trying not to get you to a point. Where you go my God. They're calling. Again that, was it. That's IT I. Mean we figure you know you've got. More important things to deal with so No was definitely our effort to try to give you a moment to breathe although I will try to get to some breaking news I. Don't know if you. Can how you can how much you can get into on this, but it is an interesting headline. Via ABC News Mayo Clinic Doctors. Find many covid, nineteen antibody tests fail their quality standards. It's and it just was filed. I liked between one and two o'clock today. Can you tell us anything about this particular story? Oh, yeah, well I can because I. I was It's been developing over the last few weeks. with myself and Guy Mark Abdul Malik, who's actually dermatologist and dimmer logic surgeon who works as a reporter also at ABC, so he I've been talking about potential ways to do a story on Sarah Logic. Testing and cove ed so and I told them the best thing and really they. They were interested in the quality of tests that were out there for people, and so we're we arrived at was just giving ABC's and insight how we Mayo, Clinic Labs, you know look at test and evaluate test to decide which ones we think are really a best for us us or safer patients, because we know, we're not really consumer reports type of organization, but so we did work with them on that and and to give them some insight into the tests that we have examined and how examined them, and also what those what those studies showed It's really part of what we do with every task to prove that they're safer patients, but of course this is great interest because it's. The the story indicates that in partnership with the ABC News Investigative Union Unit I should say Mayo Clinic doctors in Arizona and Minnesota. Ran over forty five hundred tests on both rapid and slower traditional lab antibody tests, nineteen different cove, nineteen antibody brands selected by the clinic, tested and under a month. A process it would normally take around a year and so, what does this study I mean? How widespread do we do we do. We conclude that these tests are in terms of how they're failing us. And what's the import of that? Well? The the you know it's not. It's not like. It's an industry sponsored study where we looked at every test. It's basically tests that we were interested in using our own patients that we. We bought in an evaluated and put them through the validation process like I, said that we would do for every test and so Basically we looked at both the what's called lateral flow, so what people think as the at-home serology tests? It's like a pregnancy test where you take a drop of blood, a finger, stick or fingerprint, and you put it onto a paper on a little plastic device, and it gives you a one line. Line, if you're yes to life, no or how that stuff works to. Yes, one for now so we evaluated some of those those are called lateral flow That was our Arizona, expert in and micro-biology Doctor Tom was interested in those tests, so he was doing those studies anyways and then Dr. Elly feel who works in the laboratory in Rochester, and she runs. One of the the big labs have been some of them have been. been shown on TV so with the big instruments that can run, you know you know twenty thousand tests more in a day but we still use the same sorts of chemicals that you call the agency do the testing, so we looked at in there to and evaluated also the reagents that are being sold at the chemicals that are being sold to the big labs like ours in Rochester to do testing for covert antibodies. So what we do and just so give people, a sense is for the for the lateral flow or the finger stick tests. We actually take specimens from patients that we know have code Ed patients that actually from specimens that. Before Cova de existed so over a year old, and then also patients that might have another viral infection like influence that might give potentially a false positive, and we run a number of those. That's why guesses so many thousands, because we need to run enough of each to see which ones actually actually worked, and I think what we found, and and there is reported. Is that even with with the lateral flow or the at home or filter? Filter paper based tests, some actually said that there was a positive result just with just with the not even with serum, but just with the water. So that's telling you. There's something seriously wrong with that test. Others worked, but wouldn't be very usable when you have someone trying to actually use it. And then we found some that actually work very well, and we say Monday on the left side. some that just weren't very specific, so. Really the two things you look for our sensitivity and specificity specificity is how much if it says positive. How competent can you be positive? So one hundred percent means it's absolutely part you actually you have it whereas lesson that means there's a chance that you didn't have. The test is positive, and even on the in labs Some of them had pretty poor specificity. You know something between eighty and ninety percent. which if you think about that means out of one hundred page people you know tend to twenty would get a false. Reading that they'd had Ed, and then also the sensitivity, so you know has to be better than you know. Eighty to ninety percent of the people actually have got picked up as well so when you start running the test all those paces you find there some that do well and some don't and I as I understand it to that. Some of these issues are part of the reason why Mayo has not yet made a decision about using finger prick blood tests to look for antibodies in your own clinical patients. Is that true? That was part of it. I mean we've any that we that actually all the tests go out with my name on it so I wanted to be sure that. That they're absolutely number one that they work for us to the other piece of it is that you know when you go into the doctor? They'd probably the role for those finger. Stick test is a little different. The reason that I we and all of us. Dr Steele Dr Chris Myself or interested in doing story with ABC is because if we don't do that story, then people don't know. They have no idea that there's tests out there. That might not be very good when they have the opportunity. Just go out and get them themselves. You know on the Internet to get a finger stick. How are they gonNA, know. How are they to know which are okay in which aren't? Well. I think the big thing. That's why the FDA has stepped in. Now to and say that if you're gonNA make a claim as the FDA speak that this test is for coal that you actually have to send it to them as an independent laboratory, and they will verify that works so this. This will become clear over time. I, think the main thing I would be very. Reticent and skeptical. Just buy something over the Internet. Energetic at a convenience store and if you go to the to your doctor I have my little cameo on there. I think the best question. You should ask your doctor. How confident are they in test? They're giving you that if it says you have had Kobe that you really did or if it says he didn't have it that you really didn't if. If they.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"In growth through pain. You're going to need your mental and physical health to be in good shape here. You must take a few different scripts to accomplish this first. Your physical health is paramount that your mental health and you must work out. You must use the anger inside. You is fuel. Get that revenge body if that's what it takes to get you going. It's a little unhealthy. But that's okay. We can deal with that later on just fucking workout in run and take care of your mental and physicals at the same time through exercise and activity the more you just sit around feeling. Sorry for yourself. The worst you're GONNA BE SHORT AND PLAYER. You better move also take the time to check in with yourself and really processed this shit what happened. You'll never have all the answers or an explanation. That makes the pain stop but you can look at the relationship and draw knowledge from it in a positive way. Don't just drink and smoke yourself stupid in not let yourself feel. That's how you suppress shit in end up needing therapy later in life because you're unhealthily carrying old baggage into every new relationship essentially what I'm saying is ask yourself this question. Do I want my next relationship to be fucked and the answer is no then boom? You have your answer. These are the things you need to do to avoid putting that baggage on someone else. The next and final prescription is time. If you're hurting too the point you're asking what the fuck can I do to make this pain stop? Then you need more time before. You're ready to get back out there and date again. You can try to fuck if you want but man I have never been able to have sex without emotion detach so good luck with that Shit player. Dr Bill not able to do it. I highly recommend giving yourself the space and time to heal. It's the oldest cliche in the book but time heals all wounds and there should be an amendment to that time heals all wounds if you set yourself up properly to healthily process otherwise nothing will fuck you harder than time shouts to Sir Davos. But you've got this. You are your own individual in just because you had the strength and openness to give yourself to someone else to tether yourself and your soul to another human being does not mean you are not you take yourself back until either detach process healthily in ride the fuck onto the next adventure says Dr Bill on a similar note next segment a poem for all the lovers out there. I'm GonNa stop using this voice. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa stop trying any accidents. Why are they all? Why is any accent or voice that I do? It becomes inappropriate in one way or another sexually both versions of Dr Bill. So far seemed mildly perverted sexually perverse as. I don't know how to explain that I don't. I don't want to apologize for it either but anyway I wrote a poem. It's what I do now. Apparently I wrote I wrote was two of the last three episodes. No two zero. We've had a poem because I'm a poet now so I wrote a poem for all the lovers out there. I'm going to read it now. Okay here it is. You thought she had eyelashes then they were gone. You thought she was a blonde boy. You were wrong. You thought fat rat. It waxed itself it. Doesn't you thought her? Golden Tan was real. It wasn't you thought. Her eyebrows were shaped like a swoosh. You thought her nails and toes just always looked good. You thought this you thought that you were wrong all along. Now there's a total stranger going to town on your Sean. Who is this woman you ask yourself as she looks up at you all the arranged my losing my mind? Am I going insane? She looks nothing like the girl I once knew before the virus if I'm being real relationship might not survive this. The pandemic is bad but this all spells trouble when the quarantine ends all salons will charge double. That will do it for today's show. I can't explain how somehow ended up devolving into another voice again. I can't except to say that it's it is entirely possible that I've been in this house for a little bit too long as I said man and as I explained in last episode I kind of popped out of my own little quarantine like two weeks before coverted an and so. I've been in there for like five months breath. I've been here too long. That's why I'm on twitch every night I need human interaction. I know I dropped the schedule on. Y'All at the beginning of the.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"This is the album Konya wrote after his first big time. Break up to a model pre ember pre Kim giving birth to kid cutty drake and so many more artists through the inspiration. They drew from this album which defied all hip hop guidelines and standards. Every song will make you cry but you need to cry says Dr Bill let it out says I cry boy. Cry Cry cry like you've never cried before girls. You're good at this already. Guys struggle here. A week of eight awaits and heartbreak. Anytime feel down should do the trick also a lot of little Wayne Wayne. Oddly spend more time than you realize complaining about his Ex's and going off on heartbreak but in a more healthy fashion than say one Ima Nem who just fantasizes constantly about murdering them the weekend Hausa balloons just dive in right. Now you might be saying Dr Dr Bill. None of this music is by white people. Then you gotta dig deep. Listen to the music that your dad listen to when he was angry when you were a for Dr Bill. That's nineties alternative rock from creed in stained in also system of a down you should also the classics like Adele set. Fire to the rain. It goes without saying I played that a thousand times in my house since October. No lie in one more musical suggestion..
"dr bill" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"You get paid announcements in shouts first off. Thank you for all the feedback on our VP. Too quickly became one of the fan favorites of all time based on feedback. I appreciate y'all. I'm so glad you enjoyed the tale of bill. Charges next up drew mcgarry author of our RB Book Club. I ever pick the post mortal which we will cover the final episode of next week. The Friday pod next week will be doing the post mortal. Rb Book Club Coverage Right so finish the book. Read the book. I've been getting all y'all snaps of the book arriving from Amazon and such that's awesome. I'm so stoked to discuss with you. All the post mortal anyway drew mcgarry has agreed to come on the show. So that's fucking cool. We've had one book club pick. It's been like four days and we've got the author coming on people helping people. I tweeted at the dude and he was like. Yeah I'm down and that was it. Also his email which I can't give out obviously fucking hilarious drew if you're listening. Holy God it's like a it's like a gamers e mail that he made when he was twelve anyway. Huge shouts to our new. Oh Jeez on Patriot dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast. Gabe and Owen our newest. Oh Jeez manual fucking rule. Thank you so much into all of our other. Oh Jesus well who throw down one hundred dollars a month in support of this show? You have no idea how huge that is for keeping us going right now thank you thank you thank you. Thank you also to all our newest dues paying members of the RV shouts to all. Ya'll I love you so much support is starting to build again. I can fuck and feel it and I can't fuck and tell you how much it means to me. Thank you so much. I can't tell you thank you enough. Happy Birthday Peter Pat Leykis. Thank you for your support Fan. This is a dude. That's been listening to this episode fucking one happy birthday at. Posey something on instagram. I was apparently too high to write down your name. That's that's my bad some amends in fact checking. I can't remember if I heard from internationally. It's been a weird week. I got divorced. GimMe a break. But I do know this. President Abraham Lincoln did not enjoy retirement. Richard Nixon did not enjoy impeachment in the population of China's one point four three nine billion I segment prescription to survive a worldwide pandemic. Hello there Jimmy. My Name is Dr Bill Bowlen. I've got your chart here. And it says you're in the midst of a worldwide pandemic That's a real shame. Fortunately in these modern times.
"dr bill" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"To a concert unless it's free because parking thirty dollars thirty dollars too far the beverages and the food like thirty dollars to park but thirty I mean twenty. That was pushing it by thirty. And you know what no cash you can only pay by credit card right well. They don't want to be messing with cash. They don't want to be getting no. That's because the parking lot of probably still in money but they might be getting roles for their money. Please nothing like that ever ever happen in Miami. I was really cracking John Up last night. Really yes talking about talking about 'cause you go to bed so early and and I was saying I wish our daughter was back because you go to bed at six o'clock at night so every night I'm eating dinner. I'm all alone so I said I need a nighttime daytime husband because I have daytime husband so I needed interested. It was quite funny. I didn't even like a friend. Not really like a platonic sure husband. Whatever whatever you said evenings that can do stuff around the house? 'cause not your strong suit Zari. Sorry sorry what's up here. Your sister called me the other day to ask. If we had a ratchet extension and I said well I'm not at home. Why don't you have your brother check? The graduates is like you know. This is as we've gone without you complaining that we've gone too long. So Oh wow look at that right. There was one other thing I wanted to bring bring up but I completely completely lost my mind. Oh after you said the The husband thing does that mean that your wife sitting two or does that. Good Luck yes you can. Let's see if you can find somebody. You need a daytime throwing out their daytime. Yes please please. Somebody take some of this. Awesome Ashley this is such a heavy burden. Hey no I did want to thank Dr Bill for coming on and really you know reaching out to people if you know somebody that would do the farm via friendly farmer or to please consider donating to his project. Because it's not going to get done if he's he's going to have to wait on government funding and you know it would move it along a lot quicker we would get the water quality back up. Ah You're so negative about water polity until until you have some d dreaded disease and then you're going to be all like along the plankton. I got a bottomless feet. So the last thing I wanted to say was last night at the dinner with John and Debbie. Something strange happened. He said did he. Thought I was a cross between Kevin Kevin. What's his name? Kevin James from what was that. I think it's King and Queen King of Queens and so that's like isn't less than dead now or he's like ninety years old friend in the UK are RPM Cincinnati. Turkey draw no and then Kevin James is like he's like three hundred pounds. He's a big fat dude. Hey I mean it's not trill. Oh come on. He's he's a little on the hefty side. If so I think we're going to keep doing Friday night conversation thing I haven't. I'm having some fun as long as you're had anybody that you'd like us to interview of just sending some suggestions to the Senate to the suggestion box at beach. Talk Radio DOT COM. I just made that up doesn't exist by about an hour. One has my phone number. So that's right. Yeah so thank you all so much for listening and good luck to all the candidates next week forest Kritzinger will be on. He's going to a a nine thirty he's our last candidate and the crew. They are going to have. Oh by the way Robert Brandt never got. He does do not vote for him zero volts. Because 'cause if you don't come on our show not worth anything and you know he's against TPI and he's part of that whole conduct ears clan so you want to vote no for him. And so far as Chris will be on and we will see you on the facebook and an hanging around in the community and you know with our. We don't do that holiday holiday. It's like a Halloween holiday. We passed so thank you everybody and we love you all and have a great holiday season and on Josh..
"dr bill" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"It's time out table. twenty-three where we usually are but we're inside. A for a couple of reasons were inside. Because it's a little bit chilly. It's it's starting to warm up. We also so no. It's going to be crowded because it season and we WANNA make sure that Terry makes a lot of money today and the other thing is we don't care and you make some money and the other thing. Is this construction going on outside side which we'll talk about. It's not the town's construction now. It's Lee County construction so a big thank you. All our sponsors Pete's timeout. FM Designs and remodeling remodeling shuckers at the Gulf Gulf Gulf core and cottage bar or the Gulf shore and cottage bar and Fort Myers tiki tours and stay tuned all morning long long because we will be having more giveaways we are giving away two tickets to the J Kylie show at the Gulf shore cottage bar and we also have tickets to give away okay to the Fort Myers tiki tours so stay tuned for all our first guest. This morning is Dr Bill. Mitch Doc. Thanks for coming on. We appreciate your time. Always come here and you are a big advocate of the water and Dhaka's been very involved in water quality issues. He's a professor now. You correct me if I get this this wrong in any way a professor and eminent scholar. Which makes you a big frigging deal at the everglades wetland research park? FTC YOU NAPLES. Is that correct. That is correct. Thank you and this is the second time you've been on the show the first time you actually drove your car through Times Square because for some reason the blocking being poll wasn't up there and you just decide you're GonNa Park right here which was interesting but this time you're you're part fine and you're ready to rock and roll and when you have a big event coming up coming up talking about the water so that's about well we're GONNA have a workshop down in my lab. We have a big auditorium in Naples Naples Botanical Garden and it's going to be a a workshop on wetlands and how they can clean up water and they are the natural tro solution to all these problems that we have a water quality of people. Just put a bunch of wetlands back. And that's GONNA be coming up pretty soon February. Twenty first twenty twenty. I guess it's a to the all we didn't want to have people sitting for six hours so he wrote over two evenings and it's going to be six to nine down at the Naples area area and there's a is it a thirty dollar cost for both nights. A thirty dollars is is the only night yes all right and and so what are you guys going to be talking about down that well we've been studying different ways of Recreating Wetlands and agricultural landscape to take advantage each of their ability to clean up water. But at the same time. We don't WanNa penalize the farmers so what we're trying to develop as a business model. We're we're farmers get paid to clean up water. Just as if they were growing killer in fact we think we can make it very competitive with crops and and so is that. Can you explain to us. What is a wetland culture? Well that's that's a term that we coined the combination of wetlands plus agriculture. Sure so it would be a landscape that would have both systems and you would use the wetlands to take the pollution out of the water in the landscaped. And then you flip the land. I use flip not rotate flip the land to agriculture my plug and basically they agriculture coster then uses the nutrients that the wetland captured and we don't have to add more fertilizer. That's the whole point off this opium so the so the I'm the wetland would would capture in in the soil of the wetland captured the phosphorus. And then you would flip it. And then the agriculture cirque Lord drop the water levels also and then of course you can plant crops like corner sugar or whatever and then they can use the existing enriched soil rather than dump more. So what we're doing with recycling and therefore you don't have to add more fertilizer. Now we have experiments going both in Ohio and Florida on this. It seems to be working for the first phase. The wetland does capture the nutrients. So we're GONNA flip some of our experiments and next year or two and and see if we plant seeds or sugar or whatever and see if it grows. Doesn't we'll wait two more years and see if it works again back now. You mentioned Ohio so this this conference that you're doing in February it it's a similar one or it's the same one that was done recently. Deadly in Ohio is that we've received the I'm up in Ohio in the summer and we received National Science Foundation grant to run this conference so we ran it. Well everybody loved it and so on. But it's a great model for us us down here. So we're basically copying the same speakers speakers and so on and that model was for Lake Erie up there because they have okay but it was run by us after we had leadership and and and we talked about wetlands all over the world or I'm sorry harmful Algal blooms all over the world so really generic but but down here we went besides the problems in Florida Boorda right but the the there are some similarities between the Algal blooms there and oh here in lake show. It's the same tame problem all right so I was doing a little bit of research and can you explain a little bit when they talk about. What's legacy phosphorous risk? That term is often used to explain when you put fertilizer on the land year after year after year after year it just builds up in the soil. It's the legacy it's it's it's not used or it's there's so much fertilizer in our agriculture landscapes. We could run. They could probably plant for ten years without fertilizer wiser. But but no. That's the legacy it's they're stuck and we gotta get that down. That's the that's the bulk of the problem that we just have applauded looted landscape and so the wetlands are going to be one of the only solution to the water the solutions to act as a natural natural filtration right and get it out and so the idea is threefold to be able to grow crops be able to and they would be ecological ups. They could probably charge more money if they said they did it. By what to Have a lot better water quality downstream in the wetlands and then to reward the farmers for or taking the pollution out of water. We warned them for growing corn now at the they come at the workshop. Are they going to be talking about any of the other kinds of solutions. That not so much they they get a lot of coverage I mean they're called best management practices okay We're we're wetland people you know our motives are twofold number one. We weren't clean water but number two we've lost by some counts. Eighty seven seven percent of the world so it leads. Eighty seven percent are gone and and I'd like to put a few back so this is also to increase our wetlands in the landscape. All right deer run through the roster of some of the speakers at. You're going to have well. He's going to be there right. CIANCI GOSSIP GOSSIP GONNA come as in the welcoming session So I've got several people Involved in that and then I got You don't have memorize memorize sorry. Well there's some of the names of the big big Jiang my graduates. Two of the five speakers bakers are formerly eastern mind. That will be graduating this year at the like we should show them off. Yeah Loren Loren Griffith Birth Orthographic. She's one of my graduate students. And then we have a speaker from Notre Dame University of Notre Dame who has working with us on this business model. He's in the breath business school at Notre Dame and the interest coach very exciting ideas about how how we can reward reward. If that's the right term farmers take incentivize. Yeah now have have farmers. Have there been farmers who are industries that have shown an interest in this as of yet or is is it yeah. It's not a finished product on the biology and chemistry. Now that's getting. We're getting good numbers. Now we gotta develop the business model. But we've had the people say where I sign up and we're GONNA have a mental bond so people could invest and they're not going to get rich but they could get a couple of percent return on investment So that's the idea of Ramayana bond and some of the money will flow to the farm and the other money will flow to whoever's building the wetlands. Would you say that the water quality has improved since the new governor came on board. I don't think they've had been able to put any projects in in yet. I mean this is too early but I know that the governor is very interested in supporting some projects. In fact. I think we're going to get one or not not for this culture of more traditional I guess you'd say destruction of algae projects you know taking the symptoms but the symptoms are not what we do. We need to deal with 'cause ause the saturated nutrients nitrogen phosphorus MHM nitrogen. So the problem for red tide and phosphorus is more for the blue-green algae in freshwater. So why is it that the state so opposed to To eliminating roundup. That's yeah that's interesting that was on CNN yesterday a day. And that's how I one of my quotes in there. I don't watch CNN. So I didn't see your quote but the answer to that what is it. It's just the way they they do things for so long. They've used chemicals. Poisons gone to kill the plants and animals and stuff they don't like and Ed we're finding out that's a bigger. They use chemicals to kill animals. They don't like wow where the stuff that they're using the handley skirt round up at animals that not necessarily other there are chemicals. You get rid of fishy. Don't like and things like that that's been done Um but no we're talking about poison. Choose to kill plants herbicide. I don't people just get on their hands and knees and pull the weeds out. I don't know I mean wouldn't that be a safer for the environment but because it's so easy to score. Yeah you're in your driveway or in a Ah I just think it's better for the environment to get on your. I mean it's good exercise in you. There's the back sometimes. That's one other option. Are there any other her options. Vinegar things no not really. There's a reason those quote weeds and the some of them are not weeds. They're just opportunistic. Plants come into sites and the reason is we've all these nutrients and so it's a these. Two problems are very much connected if you want if you want a landscape beautiful rushes and grasses and so unlike everglades so you better get the nutrients out what is an algae bloom can you define. It's just the overgrowth of algae is always the water especially in the ocean on this. It's called plankton throats there. You don't see it. 'cause it's not very high concentration the plankton. The stuff that gets stuck on the boats to I guess slippery well sticks to the bottom of the boat that that maybe plankton but it's probably high concentrations what about stuck to the the bottom of a dock on a lake like. Is that plankton. Like if you call me because you know what happened once. I was in a triathlon and I started to panic and I thought it was in drown. I was in the middle of a lake and so I just quit. I just quit. I started swimming to the right toward the weeds and I saw dock and I tried to climb up the dock but my legs. My my feet were slipping on the bottom of. I think there was plankton or something. It's probably it's called benthic algae or attached out of you. Oh Wow so. That's probably why the bottom of my seat is so the way they are now. So how far away do you think this is to be putting in place how. How Art on the road? Well are we.
How Teladoc Health Approaches Clinical Quality, Meets Hospital Virtual Care Needs
"So recently I came across an article On Talladega with the title. What's not to love about being in virtual healthcare? Maybe you can comment a little bit about the experience that you hope to create for patients as well as what safety and quality measurements. Do you as a clinician hoped to focus on through tele doc solution so I do believe that just like ten or twenty years ago when folks began exploring what it meant to be Devoting one's career to hospital medicine and we had that growing growing definition of the hospitalised. Actually the physician that coined that phrase Dr Bob Wachter WHO's the current chair? Uh of the Department of Medicine that. UCSF recently joined our medical advisory board. But I do believe that There will be in the years ahead. A growing field of medicine known as virtual care and that we will have virtual lists and virtual lists will have outstanding upstanding website manner if you will that ability to connect with patients and a highly personal way and then be able to offer that that individual a whole range of services. meaning that if that person for instance needs an expert medical opinion that virtuous can achieve that or if they need a type of referral to some type of specific expertise again the virtuous can care for that individual increasingly from our clients were getting Strong interest in virtual primary care. You're so this is an area that we believe is very ripe for development right now So no longer. Does it mean that your interaction with your virtual doctor is that episodic interaction but increasingly I do believe that there's a number of individuals who have a variety of chronic conditions diabetes hypercholesterolemia hypertension that really lend themselves into a longitudinal relationship with a clinical care team. And all of this can be done. Virtually what about quality and safety. What are you looking for? What are you tracking with these teams until talk solution so we believe that At the end of the day clinical quality is really what differentiates health In the market today and so we take clinical quality. Quite quite seriously actually Dr Bill Frist is On our board of directors electors and he tears up our quality and safety subcommittee and I would say that my job is a pretty easy job because when coming to that committee and having various ideas in terms of how we can move the quality needle I feel as though the quality and safety committee at CAL is a highly receptive audience for initiatives in these areas. So what are the some of these initiatives one. Our current General Medicine Program does see a tremendous amount of individuals who are suffering from upper respiratory illnesses. As you know there's a ramp's over prescribing of antibiotics And one initiative that. We've been very very focused on is antibiotic antibiotic stewardship. We're very happy to report that. We're currently working on a ARC grant With some researchers from the University of southern in California. Just around antibiotic stewardship. We do believe that we're currently tracking a bit better than brick and mortar in terms of Not Not over prescribing antibiotics. And yet we also feel so there's always room to grow We also feel as though there's ED overuse of steroids Being utilized for individuals who have a variety of upper respiratory complaints so using I using steroids indiscriminately is obviously not good for the patient. So this is another parameter that we're very carefully monitoring and then as you might imagine we look very carefully at our providers NPS scores that member satisfaction. We look at complaint rates. We look at visit time. We look at visit volume And ultimately what we have created for. Our clinicians is a dashboard. Because we do believe getting feedback on how you doing and how you're doing relative to your peers is a very important way that we can dr clinical quality On our expert medical services. We have a whole host of parameters that were routinely ainley tracking changes in diagnosis changes in treatment again. The member satisfaction being the hallmark of We're really trying to deliver care that is meaningful to the individual at the time that they're reaching out for care from Talbot Health. I Love Love The web side Care and As you as you mentioned when you were speaking about the virtual health care physician and I've never heard that before. I believe a lot of our listeners. When they hear virtual healthcare they are going to think that? There's this additional technologies in play other than what is at the normal Brick and mortar clinicians office. If you will could you discuss with us a little little bit about the technology you all are using that help. Sure so I I. I'd say that at its simplest. We really really feel as though we want technology to be deployed in a way that enhances coulda call quality so We do have the capabilities to integrate With Taito care for instance which is a way that one can Listen to someone's chest and look at their ear But we don't want these to be GATING obstacles So if the issue of the individual can be resolved with a simple phone call. Aw We will do that If the individual requires a video consultation. Of course we do that. With a high degree of frequency We also are always looking for digital therapeutics and other ways as in which we can deploy technology to enhance clinical quality. But it's not the other way around so we're not looking to just put if if you will sizzle into our program through integrating devices and technologies. That at the in the end result are not meaningful meaningful in terms of driving meaningful clinical outcomes. That's great so we're we're not adding tech just to have more technology and play. I I think I think we can all appreciate that. You mentioned that one of the largest growing areas is primary care and chronic diseases which is so important A lot of times a diabetic doesn't necessarily need to go in to see the clinician in person every week or every month month. So when I if I'm a diabetic do I have the same doctor each time or do I simply have tele doc health physician each time when I reach out to them. Right so Again we are just beginning to dip our toe if you will into the waters of virtual primary care but I think it is all centered around an individual's care team so it would be a physician. It would be some type of advanced practice. Clinicians being a nurse practitioner or physician assistant would be a medical assistant. And this would be the care team team that would be connected with the individual Seeking care. But it wouldn't be the general network work of general medicine providers. We really feel as though that personal care team will be key In terms of the success of the program. Yeah Lou I think That's a great point. I I like to highlight care team management and personalized. Care as much as I can. I think I think The clinicians that I've worked with over the years in the literature allstate that the healing process and maintaining wellness health. I come from a community so creating that upfront. And being part of the plan is huge no matter how high tech the solution might be a little bit of if you can you had. Yeah right I mean obviously I don't think either one of you on this call would disagree with that. I'm pretty sure our listeners would applaud that as well Not I tonight one point that I did want to make. Is that what we're trying to create in terms of our virtual primary care offering is much more than Instead of seeing me in the office on Brooklyn Avenue we can have a skype call and We can resolve your issue without you needing to come in and park and go through all that inconvenience. I do believe leave. That virtual primary care can achieve a higher level of clinical outcome through the successful deployment of Data analytics so that this program can be specifically targeted to individuals that we know we'll take full advantage digital therapeutics remote patient monitoring a I a lot of other resources that that frankly are not available to the general internist practicing in the office setting so that if one can if you will not only be prescribing medications but also be prescribing digital tools. That will help drive the the individual to a greater state of wellness. I think you can begin to see. How virtual care can in some instances exceed what is traditionally unle available through your routine? Hi Mary Care in a brick and mortar setting.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"We've been working hard at it at. That is so cool because you can do that. I know you can do that in our area for things like daycare centers and stop and of course in <hes> the medicare arena you know there's star ratings for the the third party administrators the plan sponsors whatever you wanna call them that people can look at so they know when they're looking that they're getting somebody not that has a good outcome on a steady statistical base and it's there. There's things that need to be monitored. That are a lot of the star. Ratings are subjective if doctors on time. He gets the five star if he's not a lawn star he's nice. It's a five star. He's not as personable iran. He gets a one star dr <hes> so we'd like to get away from that prouder and say okay. Here's average length of stay. Here's <hes> infection rates. Here's the volume volume with <hes> those of us no matter what we do in life if we do it more often better at it than if we did it less often and and <hes> there's a lot of different object of parameters that go into the ratings is it perfect absolutely not but is it more more than most of the hospitals and surgery centers to tell you on their own dancers. Yes absolutely oh my gosh ask them their our outcomes data and they all look intern green and i think they're going to pass out behind your little desks. The most accountability in a in a capitalistic world where there is consumerism occurs when there's no middleman and and healthcare you have a middleman. You have the insurance companies. If if if i'm handing you a dollar for a fee for service whatever your services and my place of business or my household <hes> <hes> there's accountability when there's no i now i need to know what i deserve from my dollar because i'm personally giving you my dollar exactly now our last minute. We have left dr bill. Tell people how they can get to your website and your medical friendly's. Our homepage is prouder dot u._s. As in united states i go to prouder dot u._s. If anybody wanted wanted to get in contact with me to do a business of business or my staff <hes> we have a team tab in the bottom left hand corner and they can the email us <hes> directly <hes> on the homepage near the top on the right is <hes> sign up for an account <hes>. There's an orange button. <hes> and any person can join and you can call our prouder friendly's is often as you wish and do many searches your wish you can switch your networks from one on insurance company to the other and we realized that you may run to have a relative and the other side of the country and we're just gonna let you use it to who <hes> helped millions save billions on medical care added so awesome and it's been so great to have you back again because they just think this is a message that bears repeating poss- it was just you know we just couldn't pass up the opportunity to hear from someone who went to witness the signing of an executive order but this is so important and there's so much discussion going on about it right now that people need to learn to do a little bit of shopping before they go out and get a procedure just like you do a little shopping before you go out. Get a new cell phone or anything else and it is so easy yes all we want ten seconds easy find the better. Thais places know that they're in your network. They're vetted but we're making it easier for you to save money so that you can do more in the rest of your life. Take much for being here. Listen folks thank you for listening man and until next time you know what i'm gonna say be great bull and you will attract good things they care for being here and i'm rhonda the money coach summer's almost over but it.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"<music> hi everybody. This is rhonda comp the money coach. We have a great show in store for you. Our guest today is a board certified physician in physical medicine and rehabilitation and he's also the founder and c._e._o. Of a medical cost savings in transparency company called predator and he's the a co owner of a physician's medical billing company as well but the really cool thing is he's going to tell you about this big event that it happened in the last month or so in his life so without too much further ado and i don't wanna be spoiling his big news. You know what i you mean. I would like to introduce you to today's guest dr bill hennessy dr bell welcome to the show will thank you for having me back. I should say and happy friday thank you. It is so awesome i know is we go back and forth and we we you have the chance to have our dialogue on <hes> social media and email it is so cool to watch out things sir developing and stuff so tell us you know what is patter and then we'll after that will go into the big news news in the big experience that you had lately prouder which means price matters. You put the two words together. It's trademark art. Predator is a medical cost savings and transparency company. We believe.
Tax sugary drinks, pediatrician and heart groups urge
"American Academy of pediatrics and the American Heart Association released policy recommendations, encouraging local and state lawmakers to implement taxes on sugary drinks. The hope is that children would consume fewer sugary drinks and subsequently obesity in children would decrease as well, Dr Bill a pediatrician and member of the American Academy of pediatrics who helped create this policy joins us now on the Carol de Newsline. Doctor tell us about this policy recommendation policy statement is directed at the consumption of sugary drinks, which are major source of calories for children and teenagers. For example, the upper twenty five percent of children and teenagers consume about five hundred calories a day from sugary drinks. And we think that's a significant contributor to obesity. What caused you guys to create this new policy? Well, several things that I was the excessive consumption of sugary drinks. And Secondly was the rising prevalence of obesity across the country obesity now affects eighteen percent of two to nineteen year olds in the United States. And then obviously affects people later in life as well. Yes. So obesity that starts in childhood often persist until adulthood, although that's not to dismiss the importance of obesity in adulthood, about fifty percent of obesity begins in the twenty to thirty nine year old age group. We have fewer data on the consumption of sugary drinks in that age group. And so this would call for an excise tax on these kinds of beverages. Correct. We think taxation is an effective way to reduce consumption and the experience in the US cities and towns that have done that is it makes clear that if you tax sugary drinks make them more expensive. They're less likely to be consumed. The problem with with sugary drinks is that they contain sugar and almost nothing else. The other important ingredient in sugary drinks this caffeine, which may addict children too, sugary drinks. The consumption of sugary drinks is viewed as harmless, whereas, you know, twenty or thirty years ago the consumption of a sugary drink like a coke or. Pepsi was a real treat. It wasn't an everyday occurrence. And we think that the sugary drinks are one of the important contributors to the development of obesity in children and teenagers. What's the likelihood of this to actually take place for these for for an attacks to actually be put in place? It is unlikely that attacks will occur at the federal level. But there's already evidence that this is happening at the local level and number of communities seven or eight communities now in the United States have passed a tax on sugary drinks. And we think as the awareness of the contribution of sugary drinks to obesity increases and the addictive properties of the sugary drinks increases that increase taxes are going to be more likely certainly beginning at the community level, and ultimately at the state level. This is like tobacco tobacco didn't start with a federal tax. It started at the local level, and then grew and we think that the same thing can happen to sugary drink
Preparing for Flu Season 2018/2019
"The CDC the twenty seventeen and eighteen flu season was notable for the record breaking levels of flu illness and hospitalization rates throughout the country, tragically there were also one hundred eighty flu related pediatric deaths. Reminder of just how serious flu can be as the new flu season approaches time for a review on how best to protect ourselves. We're joined by Dr Bill Shatner, infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt medical center in Nashville working with the CDC doctor. What should we know? Gordon? There's going to be a flu season. That's the important thing. We should all know more severe less severe. But it will be here who is nasty, which means the bow is the time to get vaccinated. Let's all rolled up our sleeves the recommendations are so simple. We don't have to think about them. If you're older than six months of age. Yep. You're eligible for vaccination. We should get vaccinated to protect ourselves as well. As everybody around us. You don't want spread the virus? This nasty virus to anybody at work. In your family at home in your house of worship, don't be graded spreader. Get vaccinated. How difficult is it to create the correct vaccines? These days where we have lots of options, there's the standard flu vaccine. And then for people aged sixty five and older. This is important because they get the more serious complications actually to vaccines. That are licensed, especially for them. One is called simply dose, and the other has a fancy name called the agitators seen that just means there's an immune stimulant in it pharmacies. And doctors offices almost all have one or the other. And that's great for people aged sixty five and older and Medicare will pay for it. You don't have to worry about that. Do vaccines. Make it more difficult to battle the flu strains. Vaccines. Don't make it more difficult. In fact, they are the single best thing we have available to combat the flu. And we wanna particularly emphasize people age sixty five and older those younger than age sixty five we have an underlying illness such as diabetes lung disease, heart disease, or even a compromised and a special shout out to women who are pregnant back flu vaccine is safe. Protects the pregnant woman. You're pregnant when they get to have a very high rate of complications. And we don't want that. And then there's a bonus the protection they make actually passes across the percentage gets into the newborn baby provides protection to that new baby after it's born. Well, so that's a bonus. Yeah. We're speaking with Dr Bill Schefter, infectious diseases specialist at Vanderbilt medical center in Nashville the working with the CDC as we head into flu season with some tips on preventing flu any read on what these this season is going to be like a worse than last year. Not as bad. The read is that there will be a flu season. Crystal ball is cloudy. That's why we just say let's get vaccinated each and every year don't drink. Don't try to interstate is going to be a bad wasn't one. Just go ahead and get vaccinated. That's the best protection that vaccine will protect against any number of different influenza viral strains with a three or four the vaccine vary. Get the one that's in your doctor's office or that the pharmacist recommend.
"dr bill" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"Right now join t. mobile and get an unlimited family plan with Netflix included. So you can watch and more places than ever before on your phone, tablet or TV, plus by one, Samsung galaxy s. nine and get one free with twenty four monthly Bill credits. So you and your family can binge your Netflix favorites on your new phones, call one, eight hundred t mobile or visit a store today. Unlimited data on their network video streams at forty p small fraction of customers using over fifty gigs per month may have reduced speeds. If you cancel balances to we'll qualified customers full price, seven, twenty plus tax finance agreements required networks for two screens terms apply. Hi, this is Rhonda somebody, coach, coaching, welcome to our show. I think that you are going to really enjoy today, so I can't wait to get into it. Draining day is Dr Bill Hennessy, Andy, and he is this EEO and founder up predator. A medical cost savings fans, parents company. That girl Hennessy is both a medical doctor in thorough and Tom fritter a practicing physician for twenty five years, founder of a medical billing company and the son of used to house executive. He's now the, he'll inbounder prouder. The medical cost savings panting company and its MIDA with say, being billions for millions, welcome to the show. We are so glad to talk to you. I'm so interested. In finding out how you decided to write a book, protect yourself from rising healthcare costs and go in the direction that you went. And it's a little off the beaten path for medical doctor and the son of a CEO of a hospital system. So what's up with that. Ronda. Thank you for having me and happy to you all your listeners. And I just decided I had the unique skill set of medical and medical billing and medical business wanted to combine all three of those to create affordable access to care for all. And the only way we know it's affordable. We know the price tag, we know the price tag of everything else in our society that we buy, but not the three point, five trillion dollars of healthcare each year and I know how to expose it all. And we're doing just that coming out with a an offering to the public next Tuesday. Asam, which will actually be tomorrow for our listeners. 'cause you're show will be on starting the day before you go public, so they will get preview before. Before anybody else. So we're privileged here and the money go, so, but you know, we've been talking back and forth and you know, we can use the case study, I guess, as an example, as we don't, you know, reveal the guilty and the innocent or any hip abolishes. But as you know, I know someone and helping her because she had some surgery and they sent her a chine Gant Bill in the surgery with months ago and the bills came, they knew her insurance was out of network. Both for the perform. The surgery did not tell her did desert jury anyway. And now they say it's her fault. And then like now I don't think so. So I sent them. Little note and it got bumped to their compliance department. It's taken them six months to even send an itemized Bill. Is this groovy or what? No, it is not grew. So I'm glad you're doing something about it. What all you're doing about it. Well, there is this thing in our society known as the surprise, medical Bill. Which should be abolished. And that's also another goal of ours. Crowder, we wanna abolish the surprise medical Bill. In that case, you do have rights. We have a consumer section called four consumers about how to prevent the surprise, medical Bill war. If unfortunately, now you have one, what do you do about it? And lastly, when the hospital wants to send you to collections, what are your rights and how do you negotiate for the best price? We put that all in one of our top twenty cost-savings tips. For example, the Affordable Care Act has a public health service section act, two, seven, one eight. You say, God, that's a mouth off. Forget that just remember the Affordable Care Act. The federal law, the land says that hospitals have to tell you their pricing for care before you receive it. If they refuse. Used to do that. You cannot be on the hook for the surprise medical Bill, but you need to know to tell both the hospital in any court system that you asked and they failed to provide their inviolate of federal law and all five thousand seven hundred hospitals in the United States are in violation of that law. The second thing is, let's face it. Some people already have the Bill in their hand. They're saying that's nice advice, but it's too late. There are four prices for care. There's the charge known as the retail amount. Second is the health insurance company discount amount, which isn't always good. That's what Blue Shield United Cigna and might provide is less the retailer, and then there is the cash price, and then there's what Medicare pays and that's the lowest price. So a four different price tags. So if you end up being stuck with a surprise medical Bill, and you're wondering what you pay. The answer is if you have to pay cash. It should be just a little more than Medicare. How do you know what that price tag is? We're going to tell you it prouder on over two hundred and fifty million claims across the United States searchable by code. Cool. Hello. Nice. And so many people need that. Because thinking tell you from experience working with this person that I know well, otherwise I wouldn't be doing it. It's a little out of my wheelhouse. I'd rather you were. And I might subcontracted as a matter of fact. But you know, I can tell you how sick to her stomach. She was Lewis. You got that Bill. She, she just. She was like, that will wipe both out this. I understand and we've been paid it ever since because it will. It is a ridiculous though.