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"epic systems" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"epic systems" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Oracle is the kind of company that has its fingers in all sorts of different areas. It sells database software, security software, software, for people who make software. And the way it's gotten into a lot of these businesses is through acquisition. Buying up companies who already do the business Oracle wants to move into. Now, it's doing it again. Acquiring the electronic medical records company Cerner for about $28 billion to go deeper into cloud computing. Joining us to discuss how this latest deal could position Oracle to expand its role in the cloud business is our reporter Aaron Tilly. Hi, Erin, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So can you start by telling us a little bit about this deal? I mean, apart from the top line number, what are the details we should know, and how is it being received? Yeah, so Oracle buying Cerner was a effort for Oracle to really target this area of healthcare data and how it's going to change and evolve over the years. And so I think people should be looking at this as Oracle looking for ways to buy its way into this extremely lucrative field that will probably grow extraordinarily fast in the cloud in the coming years, which will give them a foothold in this area of the cloud, which is where they're really struggling to grow. So let's talk about the company Oracle is purchasing Cerner. What exactly do they do? So Cerner is the second largest player in this field called electronic medical records, software. This Wisconsin based epic systems corporation is the largest Cerner comes in at around 25% market share..

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"epic systems" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"epic systems" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"There's pent up demand for face to face business meetings, conferences, events, networking, people are just starved for that, says Harvey of Southwest business. Southwest is hoping to capture those travelers by attracting companies who want to pay lower fares, but still want to travel, he says. He also argues that since companies have more remote employees now, there's a new class of business travelers who have to fly to headquarters a few times a year. But even people who've spent decades on the road say that the pandemic has made them realize that technology has finally made it feasible to have good communication without traveling. Tina Perkins, who's worked for epic systems, a Madison Wisconsin based electronic medical records company for 20 years says she loved traveling to a new city once or twice a month to help hospitals implement epic software, but she says I've been sort of shocked by how we've been able to adapt. Whereas effective in this hybrid world, which was surprising, having done some things one way for such a long period of time. She says she'll likely travel once every four to 6 weeks going forward rather than once every two to four weeks. Other epic travelers have made the switch, too, employees now take in total about a thousand trips a month down from 3500 before the pandemic. The hotels and airlines that figure out how to make their model work without business travelers are going to be in the best position going forward, says Anthony Jackson, the U.S. airlines subsector leader at Deloitte. During the last recession, airlines expanded their premium economy seats to attract economy travelers who were willing to pay for an upgrade, but not first class, and cost conscious business travelers. Now airlines will likely further expand premium economy in part to give travelers still worried about COVID-19 a way to pay for more elbow room, says Allen Lewis, managing director for LEK consulting. Delta said October 13th, that it actually made a profit in the three months that ended September 30th, and that premium cabin seats drove much of that recovery. Business travel is still less than 50% recovered the company said. Like airlines, hotels are going to have to think up new ways to attract traveler money, says raschke of mourning consult. They might decide to try and lure digital nomads who don't have to pay rent anymore and are traveling around the country as they work. Or they may offer what's called leisure business leisure packages to people who want to work and vacation all in one trip. That may attract travelers like Henrik's who still has to make some work trips, on his last business trip before the pandemic, Henrik attended a weeklong conference of the American banking association in Orlando. Since his in laws live nearby, he used miles to fly his wife and kids down to Orlando, too. They rented an air-b-n-b near the conference and he commuted back and forth via lift. Still, the American banking association is holding the same conference this year in Tampa, but neither Henrik nor his family are attending. There is a silver lining to Henrik's traveling less frequently, though, he says he's spending more locally..

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"epic systems" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:24 min | 8 months ago

"epic systems" Discussed on KGO 810

"What they're going to do their engaged in a 9 month review at the moment they're not paying And so there are few patients using the Biogen drug Doctors are arguing over whether it works health insurers are reluctant to pay for it It's as I said $56,000 a year for the average patient So when I say that few people are taking the drug well how few of my talking about Well epic systems is an electronic health records provider It has a database of a 116 million patients according to its records less than ten Have taken the drug since June Now not 10 million Ten Out of a 116 million patients of 74 neurologists surveyed by piper Sandler only two have prescribed it So there was a lot of excitement about this drug but that excitement has worn off as everybody is recognizing gee it doesn't seem to work It seems to have very scary side effects and golly GE willikers that'll bankrupt most Americans who attempt to get it So let me ask you a related question We are in the midst of Alzheimer's There are 6 million Americans who have this disease 55 million worldwide It costs $1.3 trillion a year on a global basis And by the end of this decade the World Health Organization says that we're going to be spending $3 trillion a year to pay for Alzheimer's The reason that it is so expensive is that Alzheimer's lasts so long from onset of symptoms until death is an average of 12 years during much of this period the patient is ambulatory Their physically fine which enables them to walk around It enables them to turn on a stove to drive a car to handle a firearm And this is why it is so scary and why Alzheimer's patients require 24 7 care It's dangerous to themselves and to others to leave them alone And this is requiring 24 7 care which is very expensive to provide And Alzheimer's is so scary because at age 60 it's one out of ten who develops symptoms It is at age 80 one out of three at age 90 It's one out of two There is no diagnostic tool there is no treatment There is no cure There is no vaccine It's 100% fatal And when you have this issue as tragic and horrific as it is for the patient think about it for the patients spouse The caregivers So we're beginning to raise questions involving the caregivers Let me ask you this if one parent has Alzheimer's Is it okay if your other parent dates You know we have the till death do us part thing Mom and dad haven't divorced neither is a widow or widower but let's admit it the patient is no longer really engaged in the relationship never will be again is it fair for the other spouse to suffer that personal sacrifice as well As long as they're performing their marital duties of caregiving and support should they be allowed to maintain social lives And at the same time are there scammers out there who might seek romantic relationships with somebody like this as a con These are the kinds of extraordinarily challenging questions and issues that we have to deal with and acknowledge in this environment And so fortunately on world Alzheimer's day we had a couple of very good announcements The Davos Alzheimer's collaborative is a global partnership They announced several initiatives to advance Alzheimer's research prevention and care The collaborative is building a database of a million people who have the disease worldwide and they're giving all of that data to researchers They're working with a global Alzheimer's platform to reduce the time and cost of clinical trials They're investing in healthcare systems to improve the clinical care of people with Alzheimer's with partners already in the U.S. Brazil Mexico Scotland Japan and Jamaica and Bill Gates issued a big announcement on Alzheimer's day His father you may know died of Alzheimer's a year ago and Bill Gates has partnered with the Alzheimer's drug discovery foundation you've heard them here on this show to develop the diagnostics accelerator He has been joined by Jeff Bezos MacKenzie Scott the Dolby family and others their developing a blood test hoping it's available within the next two years and I test Glaucoma and macular degeneration doubles your risk for Alzheimer's Cog state is working on a test that will look like a series of mobile games each one evaluating a different function of your brain And altoid is developing an app for your phone that uses augmented reality games to assess your cognitive abilities There's a lot of effort a lot of research going on in this space Jane and I are heavily involved with a number of organizations working on this us against Alzheimer's ADF the Alzheimer's drug discovery foundation and many other groups and we are engaging in a lot of work on our own in this area as well And so you'll be hearing more about this In the meantime you need to acknowledge that the number one healthcare threat in America is Alzheimer's disease And we need to recognize as well the incredible financial impact that it has on families not just the medical and emotional impact as well on both patients and their caregivers I'm Rick Edelman you're listening to the truth about money Triple H plan wreck Off to a Peoria We got Patrick on the line How are you doing Patrick I'm great Patrick I have to say this and I need to beg your forgiveness as I do But look my radio show is actually playing in Peoria How many times have people giving you that horrible joke Lots of times lots of times Sorry I couldn't resist What can I do for you my friend So you had a recent caller and it sounded like an elderly woman and she had the most extraordinary idea that she should shift her whole portfolio into Bitcoin Now you answered her questions and you kind of educated her and talked her through it But when she kept coming back to that same point I was concerned that she had someone in the background trying to influence her in a way that was not in her best interest And I had hoped you would ask her the open ended question where she came up with this idea was there someone trying to steer her in that direction You're absolutely right That is a very important valid question to ask and I did ask her that off air But let's put it on air with you right here and now It is so common for me to get a call from somebody who says what do you think about XYZ investment opportunity And you know that this didn't come out of their own idea They didn't wake up that morning and say gee I think I'll put my money into a non traded REIT I think I'll put my money into a bonus annuity clearly somebody puts these ideas into somebody's head And that somebody is all too often a sales rep who's trying to make a commission Sure And we do need to consider the source Investing should never be product based meaning don't ask me about products Don't talk to me about an investment opportunity We should be client based Let's talk about you What are your goals and objectives What's your need for liquidity What's your income and debt What are your assets How much money do you have and how long are you going to need it What are your goals Let's talk about you And then we'll figure out the best way to go about it The analogy I like to offer is that of going to the doctor You don't walk up to the doctor and say hey Doc I saw this TV at about a purple pill You wanna give me some No you go to the doctor you say Doc it hurts when I go like this Let the doctor do a diagnosis and determine the treatment plan Let the doctor tell you what the.

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"epic systems" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on The 3:59

"There's a clash between Apple Google epic, , the maker for night over APP store commission fees. . So what the heck is going on. . I'm ready Chang and this is your daily charge. . Joining US insurer editor at large has been covering the drama for us. . Thanks for joining us. . Thanks for having me. . Two weeks back just to kind of review things for our listeners lay the conflict for us. . This has been fascinating to watch because we don't get to see stuff like this terribly often. . But essentially, , what happened is that EPA Games which you mentioned makes fortnight. . They decided that they were going to go up against apple in a really dramatic fashion, , and so what they did is that they kind of provoked a response out of apple they knew they would get in the caused Lodhran. . So apple has rules on their APPs store right? ? You're there certain things as a developer allowed to do, , and there's certain things you're not allowed to do, , and one of those rules is that you have to use apple system whenever you're doing purchases through an APP. . So if I'm buying extra coins or whatever you want in an APP or even subscription to Netflix. . I have to get to go through apple's system and part of what apple gets out of that is thirty percent commission up to thirty percent. Sometimes, . , it's lower <hes> for all of the commerce that happens through the APPS. . It's a really problematic thing for of developers. . It's become more dramatic over the years even though commissions are roughly what they have been for a long time. . It's become kind of a as apple's platform has grown, , and especially because a lot of apple users tend to spend more money than Google users, , it's caused a lot of consternation. . So epic decides they're going to change the way the pay payments are done in the APP. . They offer people discount if they pay us through the epic system instead of apples and apple decides no way. . They kick him out of the APP store and then epic turns around and sues them and it was an amazing couple of hours to watch because. . Epic knew this was GonNa Happen they prepared a lawsuit is extremely dramatic opening to the lawsuit bringing up how apple in nineteen eighty four was all against the corporate machine of IBM and now they become the carpet machine and it was really they really they even posted at. . That famous nineteen eighty-four commercial from Apple Right. . It was genius. . I mean. . You know not taking sides here but you have to respect the way they played this game. . And as a result, , you know free fortnight the Hashtag went to the top of twitter worldwide, , which you would kind of expect when there are two, , hundred, , fifty, , million fortnight players out there. . But it's been a since then there's just this all of this drama that's happened between apple and it's worth noting by the way that Google was also provoked by all of this and in that same day that first day they actually kicks for night out of the store, just , the same and and a fortnight turned around and. . Sued them and in the opening to that lawsuit there like in the beginning Google was so proud of being don't be evolved and now they've turned around and so it was it was really like it was pretty fun to watch. . So anyway, , <hes> apple and an epic become the real drama in this CAS apple continues to kind of in a way publicly fight with epic whereas Google an epic <hes>. . We haven't heard much about since ultimately, , what what does this mean for consumers especially right now with what's going on and? ? Specifically for Gamers play for night like what? What ? has these what does this dispute? ? resulted in for. . Gamers. . A really interesting sideshow while we're all board from the pandemic. . I think that for most people obviously, , if you don't have four nine download to your phone tough cookies, , you're not going to be able to download it. . Until some point epoch has actually asked the judge in this case to put a kind of rule out that would say epic <unk> can have four night in the APP store until this lawsuit is over and there is precedent for that kind of thing mostly in Europe, , but it could happen. . Otherwise if you have an android phone, , right anything this on my phone then it you will be able to download fortnight from epoch directly be can't get in the Google play store. . So that's that's kind of how consumers are affected and there are larger implications here by kicking <unk> epic out of the APP Store Apple also revoked their developer count and epoch actually make tools for game developers as well. . It's called the unreal engine and this is actually in a lot of games you may not even realize. . So as a result now, the , unreal. . Engine is going to be not be able to be changed and updated as <hes> as things go on without that developer count, , and we may see that suddenly a ton of games might just break on iphone. . So that could be pretty bad too but it's GonNa be a while before that happens and Katie Mr examples of some games that use the unreal engine on these APP stores. . So the games that are on the APP stores that used the unreal engine you have always heard of a epic actually put out a game called Infinity Blade. . Hugely, , popular on the APP store a couple of years ago, , and it actually had two sequels as so it was really popular. . There are outside developers as well who've used it. . For example, , there was a game called <unk>. . City lockdown that was a again, , pretty popular and ended up doing well on the APP store. . There's a bunch of other games out there that are more. . Usual stuff like pinball games and and racing games and stuff like that <hes>. . But the point here is that a lot of the developers out there increasingly used on real especially in the PC gaming in the end, , the console gaming world. . So this is something that could be really meaningful as apple and Google try to kind of turn their their devices into these gaming platforms suddenly cutting off one of the main. . Gain Development Systems is a pretty bad look

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Apple and Google vs Epic and Fortnite: What you need to know

The 3:59

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Apple and Google vs Epic and Fortnite: What you need to know

"There's a clash between Apple Google epic, the maker for night over APP store commission fees. So what the heck is going on. I'm ready Chang and this is your daily charge. Joining US insurer editor at large has been covering the drama for us. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. Two weeks back just to kind of review things for our listeners lay the conflict for us. This has been fascinating to watch because we don't get to see stuff like this terribly often. But essentially, what happened is that EPA Games which you mentioned makes fortnight. They decided that they were going to go up against apple in a really dramatic fashion, and so what they did is that they kind of provoked a response out of apple they knew they would get in the caused Lodhran. So apple has rules on their APPs store right? You're there certain things as a developer allowed to do, and there's certain things you're not allowed to do, and one of those rules is that you have to use apple system whenever you're doing purchases through an APP. So if I'm buying extra coins or whatever you want in an APP or even subscription to Netflix. I have to get to go through apple's system and part of what apple gets out of that is thirty percent commission up to thirty percent. Sometimes, it's lower for all of the commerce that happens through the APPS. It's a really problematic thing for of developers. It's become more dramatic over the years even though commissions are roughly what they have been for a long time. It's become kind of a as apple's platform has grown, and especially because a lot of apple users tend to spend more money than Google users, it's caused a lot of consternation. So epic decides they're going to change the way the pay payments are done in the APP. They offer people discount if they pay us through the epic system instead of apples and apple decides no way. They kick him out of the APP store and then epic turns around and sues them and it was an amazing couple of hours to watch because. Epic knew this was GonNa Happen they prepared a lawsuit is extremely dramatic opening to the lawsuit bringing up how apple in nineteen eighty four was all against the corporate machine of IBM and now they become the carpet machine and it was really they really they even posted at. That famous nineteen eighty-four commercial from Apple Right. It was genius. I mean. You know not taking sides here but you have to respect the way they played this game. And as a result, you know free fortnight the Hashtag went to the top of twitter worldwide, which you would kind of expect when there are two, hundred, fifty, million fortnight players out there. But it's been a since then there's just this all of this drama that's happened between apple and it's worth noting by the way that Google was also provoked by all of this and in that same day that first day they actually kicks for night out of the store, just the same and and a fortnight turned around and. Sued them and in the opening to that lawsuit there like in the beginning Google was so proud of being don't be evolved and now they've turned around and so it was it was really like it was pretty fun to watch. So anyway, apple and an epic become the real drama in this CAS apple continues to kind of in a way publicly fight with epic whereas Google an epic We haven't heard much about since ultimately, what what does this mean for consumers especially right now with what's going on and? Specifically for Gamers play for night like what? What has these what does this dispute? resulted in for. Gamers. A really interesting sideshow while we're all board from the pandemic. I think that for most people obviously, if you don't have four nine download to your phone tough cookies, you're not going to be able to download it. Until some point epoch has actually asked the judge in this case to put a kind of rule out that would say epic can have four night in the APP store until this lawsuit is over and there is precedent for that kind of thing mostly in Europe, but it could happen. Otherwise if you have an android phone, right anything this on my phone then it you will be able to download fortnight from epoch directly be can't get in the Google play store. So that's that's kind of how consumers are affected and there are larger implications here by kicking epic out of the APP Store Apple also revoked their developer count and epoch actually make tools for game developers as well. It's called the unreal engine and this is actually in a lot of games you may not even realize. So as a result now, the unreal. Engine is going to be not be able to be changed and updated as as things go on without that developer count, and we may see that suddenly a ton of games might just break on iphone. So that could be pretty bad too but it's GonNa be a while before that happens and Katie Mr examples of some games that use the unreal engine on these APP stores. So the games that are on the APP stores that used the unreal engine you have always heard of a epic actually put out a game called Infinity Blade. Hugely, popular on the APP store a couple of years ago, and it actually had two sequels as so it was really popular. There are outside developers as well who've used it. For example, there was a game called City lockdown that was a again, pretty popular and ended up doing well on the APP store. There's a bunch of other games out there that are more. Usual stuff like pinball games and and racing games and stuff like that But the point here is that a lot of the developers out there increasingly used on real especially in the PC gaming in the end, the console gaming world. So this is something that could be really meaningful as apple and Google try to kind of turn their their devices into these gaming platforms suddenly cutting off one of the main. Gain Development Systems is a pretty bad look

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"epic systems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Days bottles coming up next. By the way, we're talking serious stuff. Some market news. Oh, you know what That means you seize on Monday, but we've kind of had a jumbled schedule. Some breaking news that the Blew up our regular schedule. So joining me on the phone line today is they've spinal President. CEO Vanish Wealth management. Good morning, sir. Good morning, Steve. I'm glad I could join you this morning. You know, I'm looking at the numbers. I just punched up the Dow and you know, we're in the 20 eights now released. We were a few minutes ago. Andi. I think the record highs in the 29 29 for 29 5 Could we see a Return to those numbers. A surprising as that all might seem given. We're in the midst of a pandemic. Yeah, I think so. I mean, you know Well, you'll remember that on March 23rd the Dow Jones was down in the 18,000 range. And here we are above 28,000. And there's an old saying an axiom, as we like to say in the investment business is that you don't fight the tape. And right now there is a whole lot of Momenta MME happening and people continue to buy. Equities as they see the end of this pandemic. And when it happens, obviously, we don't know is that two months or is it sometime next year, But people are starting to put their capital investments for a year in two years and three years old. Well, it's it's been a a knish youfor a while. Where do you put your money other than the market? You're not gonna make it in a savings account. So you gotta put it somewhere. People kind of pull back a bit. Now there. Maybe they feel confident. Maybe they just wanted to feel restless with their money. Those dollars in the right places make a lot of sense for people. Yeah, There's a sane formal right from that There is no alternative is Tina and fear of missing out Fomo, and that's really what's happening. You know, we just had went through earning season. Now in 90% of companies has have reported 82% had beat their estimates, which is something that we haven't seen in nearly 25 years. So that's the highest beat rate, so there are companies that are beating their estimates, despite the fact that they're much lower estimates. You know, I don't want to linger on this for the for the whole segment, but does the fact that we were at 18,000? Not that long ago. Now we're at, you know, 10,000 points higher as somebody who's looked at this forever is this There's a surprise you What does surprise us and the fact the matter is, you have to look at the big name stocks that have really pulled this thing along, of course, apples at the top of the list, and they have really those to those big companies, Google, Facebook and the like, have pulled everybody around. But now we're starting to see some expansion and start as narrow as it used to be. I mean, even companies like Dear Caterpillar Cummins, you know, industrial companies are starting to produce, so I think we're starting to see an expansion of that, and that is very positive news. But to switch that see what I think What you have to think about is where do we go from here? Ultimately, the next 90 days are the biggest arbiter of who wins the election because that is such a big part of the conversation we have seen for the last, you know, probably since World War 2 90% of time. If the market rallies into the election, the incumbent winds and if it doesn't that has been a Omnia sign for the for the current administration, Dave Spinal joining joining us in the first Midwest Bank hotline. So what's going to drive that that next 90 days? What's the issue or issues? You would say, Wow, That really is something that's going to push this president's reelection or on the opposite side of that will push this challenger Joe Joseph Biden into the office. Well again. When you talk about politics and investments, you know there is a dichotomy in the short term, for sure. In the long term, you know, it's tied to tax policy. I know that President Trump is talking about an executive order about capital gains treatment. I'm a little cautious of that, because that can work both ways. If you put it in now. And you have an executive order to reduce capital gains that could work the opposite If the Democrats come in and want to raise taxes, you know when they come in with an executive order, and that makes it impossible for a wealth management firm to try to tax plan. If by executive order, you can change the game. Yeah, that tax one is chaos, reading some stuff over the weekend. That suggests this. This idea that we could have a constantly evolving tax structure could be have devastating impacts on individuals like like me and you but two on companies as well, They don't know what Upper strategy is to be successful going forward. That's right. And how do you plan for it? I know there's a lot of consternation about this parable tax cut because it's going to be for 60 days or 90 days in what effort has to go in to try to cut that payroll tax. So there is some concern about a tax policy is a big deal. I'm sure it's going to be part of these debates. If we ever see them that we'll start to talk about taxes going forward. But that's just part of it. You know the economy is just part of you. Does the incumbent win or not? There's all these other issues that have obviously come to the forefront as an expert on this. What What are you looking to? In the next 90 days? One of the things you're going to watch Well, you have to look as do expand eyes. It isn't more diverse. The earnings that have we seen already. So is it not just Apple, Facebook and Google. But are you starting to see other companies and the companies that are called value place? For example, are they going to participate, and that could be anything from? Obviously we know the trouble that restaurants and casinos And cruise companies have. But is there an expansion throughout services and our people staying motivated? Our people staying engaged. You know, we saw epic systems out of Madison, a major employer ordering a lot of their employers employees to come back to make sure that they are as productive as possible. These are the things that we're going to look for it, of course, no matter what. The virus is going to be the story. We saw What happened with Big 10 football and I hope that is not a sign of the rest of sports that we can see. Great stuff is always thanks for sharing your wisdom. Dave Spinal appreciate it. All right, my friend and enjoy the day yesterday spinal president, CEO of Anna's Wealth management, joining us on the first Midwest Bank hotline. We need a caller. To play yours truly. Virtual baseball get my butt kicked lately, But maybe today is the day we turn it around. Maybe my agitation earlier will result in a win in virtual baseball. We shall see. Let's go with Caller number 485561616 20. That is the accurate mortgage talking sex line. Caller number four. Fire up those phone lines. Let's wait. Jordan UPIN the Producers booth because Frankly, I saw cotton, a sleeping bag being moved into their 15 minutes ago. So wake him up. Let's do this. My chance for redemption today on the day I really need it. I need this today. I need a win. Let's see what happens. But taste of a dog and a beer smell of fresh cut grass. The sound Christian Yelich jizz bag makes when he drives one into the second deck and the right field.

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"epic systems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hostilities Continue tonight for the crew and the pale hose. Brian D. Has more in another late inning, right? Sox win last night and the rest of the day in sports at 7 15 Whitefish Base Board of Education voted unanimously to approve a blended learning model for fall, students will split into two groups each will do in person classes twice a week and then remote virtual class the remaining three days, District Administrator John Thompson telling T. M J for news. He would not have made the recommendation if we could not Attend to the CDC guidelines based upon the size of our classrooms and what's going on in Kobe, I would not have been comfortable recommending all students return, Thompson says. Face masks will be required at and there's also a process for staff. Workplace accommodation requests a Dane County health software company epic Systems once it's over 9000 employees back on campus next month, But some workers air speaking out against that idea. Who's evolving, kept anonymous employees of epic Tell CBS News. They're fearful of the idea. Well, no worst Chief administrative Officer Speer RWE know that we have this responsibility to healthcare workers around the world and to their patient, Governor Rivers asked about the idea Tuesday afternoons. A number of large employers states do have work for us as large as that. CEO is bringing in experts to the appropriateness of the plans that they've laid out Doc AM J News. Certainly many can agree. There are upsides to working remotely no long commutes, no office politics. The downside, though, according to a new survey is there's no escape. When your home is your office, remote workers say nonstop emails and increased virtual meetings. Have added an average of three hours a day eight of their work day. Most employees agree there are upsides to working remotely no long commute, reduced office politics, and you can wear your sweatpants to virtual meetings. The biggest downside, though, according to a new survey is there is no escape. When you're home becomes your office. Remote. Workers say the nonstop emails and virtual meetings have added an average of three hours a day. Maria Garcia CBS news 709 Trafficking, Whether next on W. T M. J. This report sponsored by James Imaging Systems, your local document imaging partner, James.

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"epic systems" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This's all of it from WNYC cm. Alison Stewart, Coming up will learn where the term Stockholm Syndrome comest from with author David King. He's written a new book called Six Days in August, which details the 1973 high stakes bank robbery in Sweden, the taking of hostages and the complicated emotional relationship developed between the captors and the captives. Retelling. The story comes not only from source material, but from the author's interviews with the hostages and with the gunman and later bestselling author and get lit. With all of it alone, Laura Lippman stops by to discuss her first ever collection of non fiction essays called My Life as a villainous, a poignant and funny look at her career, motherhood and relationships. We'll get to all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Fly from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. The National Institutes of Health is launching a new study to try to determine if an experimental drug could help fight. Against Cove in 19 details from NPR's Rob Stein Thie ages studying a new drug known as a monoclonal antibody. It's a synthetic version of it. Anybody discovered in the blood of a covert 19 patient from Washington state that looks like he can block the coronavirus from infecting cells. The study will involve about 220 volunteers who are fighting covert 19 at home. Researchers hope to know by late October whether the drug is safe and help people recover from covert 19 more quickly. If it does. The drug will then be tested in a bigger study to see if it helps prevent covert 19 patients from ending up in the hospital or dying. Rob Stein NPR news, According to John Tompkins University, the new Corona virus has claimed around 700,000 large worldwide, more than 157,000 of them. In the United States. A new NPR Ipsos poll shows that most American support current restrictions on immigration for the purpose of slowing the spread of covert 19. NPR's Joe Rose has more on those findings. The poll found broad support for temporary limits on immigration during the pandemic. For instance, more than 3/4 of Americans, including Democrats and Republicans support closing the border to non essential travel. Pull also found a majority support temporary restrictions on legal immigration, including guest workers, asylum seekers and refugees. But Americans remain divided on longer term efforts to restrict immigration. The NPR Ipsos poll found that attitudes about immigration have been remarkably stable since our last poll two years ago with most of President Trump's immigration policies, including his border wall, remaining popular only among Republicans. Melrose. NPR NEWS Washington Five states held primaries on Tuesday in Missouri voters have approved Medicaid expansion for thousands more low income residents. Election officials in ST Louis and Kansas City say turnout was steady. Lebanon's interior minister says it appears that ammonium nitrate more than 2700 tons of it cause the massive explosions that killed more than 70 people in Beirut. More than 3000 others were injured in Tuesday's blast at a dockside warehouse where the chemical had been stored, not a home see reports that she and other residents of the area are shaken. I was at home when the first explosion hit and that it was followed by a much stronger, louder second explosion that by Windows and doors shuttered and exploded. An entire building shook I went out to the street. It was completely devastated with glass everywhere. A facade and here of all the storefronts were completely destroyed. Nana Homsi reporting from Beirut. Asian stock market shares are mixed lower in Tokyo. U. S futures are higher in pre market trading. This's NPR news Mississippi's governor Tate Reeves has issued a statewide meant mandate for people to wear masks in public, he says, unless the medical condition prevents them from doing so. A mandate expands restrictions that were imposed earlier on fewer than half the States. 82 counties. Reef says most local school districts will decide how and went to re open but that the start of the school year is being delayed for seven through 12th graders in eight counties. One of Wisconsin's largest employers, is ending work from home options for employees at its campus in Madison Epic Systems, the healthcare software company is requiring more than 9000 employees to return to their jobs. At the company's Madison campus by September 21st Following to delay since April parliamentary elections. Air finally underway in Sri Lanka So Schmieder, Pa. Tik has more from Mumbai more than 16,000,003 London's air eligible toward in these elections, but Gordana Vitus restrictions may dampen turnout. Borders are asked to wear masks and bring their own pens to monk ballot papers. The frontrunner is the party of the Rajapaksa's the most influential political dynasty and three longer Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa is likely to be reelected. His younger brother, Gotabhaya, became president last year. If the Rajapaksa's body wind enough seats to control 2/3 of the parliament it plans to amend the constitution and restore executive powers that were taken away in recent years. There win would also.

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"epic systems" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on WTOP

"National Institutes of Health today announcing to new clinical trials investigating a treatment with the drugmaker Eli Lilly for people battling covert 19 And I each director Dr Francis Collins, We will be earnestly seeking individuals who have been found to be infected with SARS Kobe to virus and who are interested in taking part in seeking answers to a critical question. And monoclonal antibodies reduced severity of covert 19. Can that approach even saved lives? Healthcare software company Epic systems is facing backlash of our plans to have thousands of employees who've been working from home for months go back to its Wisconsin headquarters. CBS's Anna Warner. In internal employee surveys obtained by CBS News, Hundreds of staffers voiced their objections. One writing, I'm quite frankly embarrassed to work at a company that values employees and public safety so little and from another, there will be people who die because of epics insistence on returning to campus. Honda's recalling more than a 1,000,000 1/2 late model minivans and SUVs to fix problems that include bad back up camera displays and doors that don't latch rights. What would Christmas be like without the radio City Rockettes? Well, we'll find out this year. There's worthy annual holiday shows in New York City are being canceled because of all the uncertainty in the pandemic for the first time since they began way back in 1933..

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Epic tells thousands of employees to return to office, some balk at the risk

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Epic tells thousands of employees to return to office, some balk at the risk

"Lives? Healthcare software company Epic systems is facing backlash of our plans to have thousands of employees who've been working from home for months go back to its Wisconsin headquarters. CBS's Anna Warner. In internal employee surveys obtained by CBS News, Hundreds of staffers voiced their objections. One writing, I'm quite frankly embarrassed to work at a company that values employees and public safety so little and from another, there will be people who die because of epics insistence on returning to

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"epic systems" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"epic systems" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mountains east of Los Angeles has burned more than 40 square miles residents who were chased out of their homes or worried it was scary. There were about 30 foot tall flames. I want to sleep in my bed. I want to be in my house. I want to know that it's all safe. Officials say that fire was started by a malfunction. Nding Diesel Vehicle. National Institutes of Health today announcing to new clinical trials investigating a treatment with the drugmaker Eli Lilly for people battling covert 19 And I each director Dr Francis Collins, We will be earnestly seeking individuals who have been found to be infected with SARS Kobe to virus and who are interested in taking part in seeking answers to a critical question. And monoclonal antibodies reduced severity of covert 19. And that approach even saved lot. Healthcare software company Epic systems is facing backlash of our plans to have thousands of employees who've been working from home for months go back to its Wisconsin headquarters. CBS's Anna Warner. In internal employee surveys obtained by CBS News, Hundreds of staffers voiced their objections. One writing, I'm quite frankly embarrassed to work at a company that values employees and public safety so little and from another, there will be people who die because of epics insistence on returning to campus. Honda's recalling more than a 1,000,000 1/2 late model minivans and SUVs to fix problems that include bad back up camera displays and doors that don't latch rights. What would Christmas be like without the radio City Rockettes?.

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"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For the first time. The Labor Department's monthly jolts report covering job openings and labor market turnover will be out after the markets opened this morning. Commercial Chapter 11 filing surged in the first half of the years, the pandemic shut down businesses. The number of filings was up 26% from the first half of last year, according to the bankruptcy software provider Epic Systems. The increase for last month was especially notable filings were up 40% from June of 2019. The date has been set for top technology executives to appear before a congressional panel. The CEOs of Amazon, Facebook alphabet, and Apple will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on July 27th. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks. So much for all the trouble. Administration is considering Bani Tic Tac. Secretary of State Micron Peo yesterday told Fox News and they're looking at banning the Chinese social media app over national security and privacy concerns. MPO added. People should only download tic tac. If you want your private information, the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. We've known this for quite some time. Response to the secretary's comments. The social media sites, says quote TIC TAC is led by an American CEO with hundreds of employees and key leaders across Safety security product in public policy here in the U. S. We have no higher priority than promoting is safe and secure app experience for our users. We have never provided user data the Chinese government, nor would we do so if asked. Ah I feel better now about you. A legendary country music country. Musician Charlie Daniels has died at the age of 83 passed away yesterday in Nashville. Following a stroke. North Carolina native recorded his first album in 1971 and want a grand before the Devil went down to Georgia in 1979. Real big Fanning was great. I remember he had another song about Vietnam in the early eighties as well. That was a big, big pop crossover hit, you know, in pop music, but it was great Simon concert a couple of times. You could could saw that fiddle is they say, Jimmy? Hey, could so U S Supreme Court ruled unanimously yesterday unanimously often does that happen? That states can require that a presidential elect or you know what must vote for this day's popular vote winner in the electoral College decision leaves in place such laws in 32 states in Washington, D. C. Remember, there were states tryingto A lot of this like, well, I know that we voted for Donald Trump in a bone for faithless electors who vote for someone other than the one who won. The popular vote in the state are rare, and they've never affected the outcome of presidential election, but they potentially could in a close election decided by just a few electoral votes. Legal issue came from lawsuits filed by 3 2016 Hillary Clinton elect doors in Washington State one in Colorado, who refused to vote for her in their Tour college despite her popular vote win in both states. Look Not your decision When millions of people vote one way and you're supposed to be there were their representative. When you go to the college. This is what has to happen. I'm glad, At least they voted nine zip. Don't I don't know the last time that happened in the Supreme Court, but it's been a while. It's been think the colors forthe news. I do the Kansas City Chiefs and Super Bowl winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

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"epic systems" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"How's it going, sir? Good morning. Casey. Looks like we may have a soft start ahead on Wall Street after a nice rally yesterday games for the key indexes range from more than one of the half percent. 22 and 1/4 percent. The NASDAQ hit an all time high. Shares of Amazon rose five and 3/4 percent. They closed about $3000 for the first time. Commercial Chapter 11 filing surged in the first half of this year is the pandemic, shut down businesses and chased customers away. The number of filings was up 26% from the first half of last year. This, according to the bankruptcy software provider Epic Systems. The increase for last month alone was especially notable filings were up 40%. In June of 2019 got another big energy deal in the works, the nation's biggest rooftop solar company is about to get much bigger Son run has agreed to buy Vivint Solar. It's a deal worth nearly 1.5 $1,000,000,000.1 of the biggest deals ever. In the solar industry. The pandemic has prompted millions of Americans to uproot themselves. We have new data out today from the Pew Research Center, indicating 3% of the nation's adults have moved either temporarily or permanently because of covert 19 The report doesn't give any geographic information, but it's safe to assume that people are getting away from hot spots when they can. 6% of people have had someone move into their home because of the virus. Many of those cases it's young adults moving in with their parents. Dr Anthony Douchey says the United States does not have a good handle on the Corona virus now says that if and when there's a covert 19 vaccine that will likely offer only finite protection, Not exactly what Health officials wanted to hear a carnival cruise line, delaying the launch of its new Mardi Gras ship until early February. Itineraries that were planned for later this year through January have been canceled..

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"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For the first time. The Labor Department's monthly jolts report covering job openings and labor market turnover will be out after the markets opened this morning. Commercial Chapter 11 filing surged in the first half of the years. The pandemic shutdown business is the number of filings was up 26% from the first half of last year, according to the bankruptcy software provider Epic Systems. The increase for last month was especially notable filings were up 40% from June of 2019. The date has been set for top technology executives to appear before a congressional panel. The CEOs of Amazon, Facebook alphabet, and Apple will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on July 27th. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks very much. It is time now to go ahead and talk a little about social media with Marisol Peter, a social media expert. If you need to reach more customers, too gory revenue, or you're looking for a new job search strategies. Miriam Salpeter can help you learn. Maura KP consulting dot com Follow on Twitter at Marie himself, Marty Marion. Good morning. Well, how much influence this Facebook have on our behaviour these days? Well, you might be surprised to learn that Facebook scientists studied how vacation pictures that people post actually influence travel behavior and the popularity of the world's most popular location. Researchers used artificial intelligence to study 58,000 geo text photos and found that tourist destinations actually became more popular when people post about them online, and that, in turn can also have a big effect on influencing where people travel. And even the kind of those photos they take when they get there. In addition, researchers found that preservation policy decisions could also be influenced by the photos taken and shared by tourists. So while you may not be going on a vacation anytime soon, the study is a good reminder that you could also leverage visuals that people share about your company or your brand to extend your reach and influence because what people post what they post frequently and really share Really does influence our behavior is interesting. What's the most useful type of content to create for social media? This is one example again. Yes, This is a great example. The team from ever increasing circles created a useful list of statistics help you decide and again based on what we just talked about. It's not surprising that its visual a few key points to remember if you post on social media. The human brain processes visual elements faster. Our brain only needs 1/10 of a second to understand a picture, but reading 202 150 words takes an average of 60 seconds. So with everyone scrolling through very quickly, obviously, pictures are more eye catching. Also, you definitely want to think about creating video, which is the preferred visual option for users. 500 plus hours of content is uploaded every minute to YouTube and people watch one billion hours of YouTube daily. So you definitely want to consider you definitely want to consider video. Either of covert 19 brain fog. Or you're watching too much YouTube. Probably a tic tac, but this is the biggest thinkyou bring about now you saying they're going to talk for business, too? Yes, they are rolling out a resource for business owners. So if ur business targeting a young audience and want to increase your tic tac business, use your luck, they launched Tic Tac for business. It's a website that provides marketers with a range of resource is And tips to help them use the short form video app for their ad campaigns. But keep in mind, 41% of TIC Tac users are between 16 and 24 years old and 66% a tic tac users are younger than 30. So if that is A market you're aiming at. And also if you have ah, bit of a budget because Tic tac is a little more expensive and involved, you know financially. Then, for example, Facebook To advertise. This might be something you wantto check out. But also consider that you Khun postings on Tic Tac and have a brand presence on Tic Tac without advertising, and people definitely have been ableto surprisingly get pretty large reach for crazy things even like about dogs talking and So you don't necessarily always need to be investing money right away. You can start out by posting content that you think your audience would like. How long does it take talk, Did you Um, pretty short, actually don't appreciate I was going to say it's pretty short and it's tough and, you know, goes on loop. You know, so people can watch it over and over again. He's gonna be very creative. That would get the attention that you need for your business. But you could do it. You just gotta be really If you can't do it until you try Yeah, exactly. Right, Merrin. Thanks as always go to kippy consulting dot com or follower at Miriam Salpeter. Thanks very will talk to next week. 8 26 minutes. Get regular sports is $503 million.477 million.

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"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Equal, Healthy fun in the Sun. A message from the U. S. Food and Drug Administration in Export. 7 30 NewsRadio 6 10 W Y O D. Alright, Thanks forecast this morning. There's a shower's around South Florida this morning with Maura this afternoon as well, hot, muggy human. When the shower stops, humidity comes out, it could feel as high as you know, the field like temperature could be near 100 degree. That's going to take our business news Bloomberg chef Bellenger this morning morning morning, Jimmy stocks rallied to start the week. Gains for the key indexes range for more than 1.5% of two and 1/4 percent. The NASDAQ closed at an all time high. Shares of Amazon rose five and 3/4 percent and closed above $3000 For the first time. The Labor Department's monthly jolts report covering job openings and labor market turnover will be out after the markets opened this morning. Commercial Chapter 11 filing surged in the first half of the years, the pandemic shut down businesses. The number of filings was up 26% from the first half of last year, according to the bankruptcy software provider Epic Systems. The increase for last month was especially notable filings were up 40% from June of 2019. The date has been set for top technology executives to appear before a congressional panel. The CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, alphabet, and Apple will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on July 27th. Jimmy Back to you about your healthy 7 20 to Dr Deborah and Mulligan, professor at Nova Southeastern University's College.

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How Videogames Cause Your Kids' Nightly Meltdown

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:27 min | 3 years ago

How Videogames Cause Your Kids' Nightly Meltdown

"A I blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte. We help clients harnesses powerful technologies to improve business and the world, Deloitte dot com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York and good news. Just because it's hard for your kids to put down the game. Controllers doesn't mean they're addicts. We're looking at what happens to their brains. The second the game shuts off spoiler alert it's tantrum, but it's not their fault. Because science looking into all of it after these tech headlines. Amazon is planning to cut prices on hundreds of items at whole foods stores this week. This comes amid, of course, intense competition among grocers the price cuts affect more than five hundred products and include a focus on produce. And meat. According to documents reviewed by the Wall Street Journal, the latest cuts are set to drop at whole foods stores on Wednesday and some of the broadest since Amazon bought the grocer for nearly fourteen billion dollars in two thousand seventeen prices will be reduced by an average of twenty percent on select items throughout the store. New reporting from the journal says technology and healthcare companies spurred by recent Trump administration moves are competing to develop ways for consumers to corral their health data despite ongoing concerns about privacy and control companies such as apple and United health are rolling out. Online tools that help consumers can use to bring together information buried in the systems of hospitals doctors and ensures the rush to create personal health records was spurred by recent Trump administration moves to expand access to such data other tech and health firms working to create the records include insurance giant signal and companies such as epic systems that make hospitals electric medical records list. Also includes a growing number of smaller, startups, such as sector and picnic health and slack technologies has selected the new York Stock Exchange for the direct listing of its shares. The second time a major company has picked the exchange to host its unorthodox initial public offering the workplace messaging company is set to follow Spotify. In debut, in this way, through direct listing in which a company places its stock on a public exchange without raising any money or using underwriters slack is still in communication with these securities and Exchange Commission over details on how the deal will work and isn't expected to go public until June or July coming up parents are turning off children's gaming consoles everywhere in the middle of game play a surefire way to trigger a tantrum. It's a thing. But why more after this? Blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte, we help clients harnessed these powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look again. In the debut of the Wall Street Journal's family and tech column. The Wall Street Journal's Julie jargon examines the impact of technology on family life. Her latest is a look at why video games trigger nightly meltdowns, and how your child can cope as many parents know, turning off a child console in the middle of game play is pretty much a guaranteed way to trigger a tantrum, and for this special experiment. Reporter jewelry jargon explains. The concept. It is simple. Perhaps you've seen videos like this appear in your social media feeds lately. Parents prank their kids by unplugging. The child's video game console in the middle of gameplay and the reactions are viral gold. So what causes such a specific epic meltdown? Dr Michael Milam VP of research at the child institute explains I've treated in of children over years who struggle with problematic video game behaviors to child will be able to tell you. I am trying to not do this. But I can't stop struggling being able to tolerate the feeling of frustration or the moment of sadness when you decide I'm not going to continue doing this that is crucial. I think one of the most important things to keep them wanting to the prefrontal cortex is a key component in the brain that's involved in helping us to control impulses and urges when you have something like video game being turned off. Suddenly the child is faced with having to feel those negative emotions a nether key factor to it all brain chemistry, and the key word is dopamine dopamine is a key component of. Regulating reward mechanisms in the brain the stimulation, we really see from playing a video game impacts the same pathways. That are present. When one is becoming intoxicated with a substance via games are inherently designed to be stimulating and exciting to dress in and and that to some degree is a healthy phenomena. It it's just that flair. Some it's more difficult to control than than than for others is the Badu game somehow impairing their ability to function in the home at school or other children. If we're not seeing any problematic behaviors, and it's just concerned about the frequency, then I think we can work on just trying to bring the frequency down. And as for the video game makers. They've certainly looked into this science more from the journalist. Julie jargon for many household across the country. Meltdowns over video games are very real part of everyday life. Parents. We have spoken with say they find themselves in a battle of wills with their children. When they tell them to turn off a video game and do homework eat dinner or go to bed doctoral ham. Also recommends it parents beware. You have an underlying problem games may just be a coping mechanism wonder most important things is to really curb the video game playing and monitor it and put interventions and police before it's a problem. Once the game playing becomes a problem at that point parents will probably need to seek guidance from whether it be therapists counselors or other care providers in order to help deal to assess and deal with the challenges at hand law Street Journal reporter, Julie jargon at joins the Wall Street. Journal's instant message podcast this week to really hash. It all out new episodes of instant messenger. Of course available. Every friday. It is one of the most fun and insightful tech podcasts out there. You don't wanna miss it? That is it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boosters.

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"epic systems" Discussed on Voice First Health

Voice First Health

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on Voice First Health

"They were actually. Awarded the inaugural award for voice technology, at hymns from the intelligent Health Association in partnership with pillow. So that was a great accomplishment. And that's one of the menu awards that they have received over the past, while so Christie was gracious enough to spend some of her time speaking with me while at the conference, and you'll be very impressed with her background, and what they are doing with orbiter so that any further ado, let's dump into the podcast here with Christy Yvonne from orbital. Hello. And welcome to this episode of voice I health, this is another episode that is being recorded here at hymns 2019. We're just finishing up and I've got a great guest with us today, Kristie e Bong, who is with orbiter. She's the senior vice president of strategy, and the general manager of healthcare providers. And I know she just gave she was part of a panel on voice, technology and healthcare. Anyway. It's a pleasure to have her on the podcast, and perhaps, I can get you to introduce yourself and maybe get listeners a little bit of your personal background. First of all. Absolutely. Thank you so much for having me, it's been a it's been a great week. And it's impressive. The conference is still going strong on a Thursday afternoon. So yes, as you mentioned, I'm with orbiter. We are conversational AI platform for healthcare, I left orbit or I joined orbit after leaving my post at cedars Sinai. I let emerging technology there for the last few years and launched the cedar Sinai accelerator, as well as lead digital health strategy for the enterprise system. I actually started my career out at epic systems. It was about a nine hundred person company when I joined and when I left a few years later, about thirty three thirty five hundred a very interesting place to start your career as you can imagine. Lots of amazing things that I've learned, as well as just a great opportunities that have come out of that spend some time in management, consulting served under the Obama administration and at the office of the national coordinator for health IT, and then have done a lot of work with large providers startups in advisory roles actually, served as an adviser for voice AI company, previously to joining up with orbital and. And spent some time at Stanford with their digital health group as well. But thanks for having me. That's quite a background, very, very impressive in. So I know just from speaking to some of your colleagues with orbited they're very pleased to have you part of the team, they speak very highly of you. So let's get into orbit. Maybe you can tell us a little bit about what orbited does and then a little bit. Maybe about your role as well with orbiter. Absolutely so orbiter as mentioned at its core. A conversational AI platform for healthcare. So what that means is that we do to two primary things one is allow allow you to build voice and chat and bought inter interfaces in workforces, much faster in the same vein that web content management platforms came along to help you build a website today. We would never imagine hard coding website from the ground up orbit provides that to both developers alot coat interface to allow them to create conversational interfaces more quickly in, in more delightful ways, as well as to business users, so think of almost like a survey monkey for voice in bots..

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"epic systems" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It's usually a larger company taking over a smaller company. Sometimes they're close. It's a direct stock merger, which means the shareholders of first data become shareholders suffice serve. So they'll be more stock issued in the now combined company, but the acquirer is vice serve and the overall corporate headquarters of the company will continue to be in Brookefield. Fi service. Talked Audubon building their corporate headquarters to another place in southeastern Wisconsin. But they're still at Brookefield. Here's the thing about companies like servant. No one. Really? I shouldn't say no one so many people don't understand the back after Pfizer bought the naming rights for the new box arena. We did a segment on the program in which we talked about how many people did not know who Pfizer was. But they'd all heard the name. They've heard the name because it's a big company and lots of people from south from around here work there. But so few people really knew exactly what is that. They did. Because fi surp- has no consumer product. The us though, there unbowed something happened to do with money. I even talked to a guy shortly after that. And. It works. If I serve he said he meets people unless they're in his field. People use around here. He's always explaining but by serving over and over and over again fi- services in this burgeoning area of they've got a lot of different operations to them. But they're involved in financial transactions secure transactions. Anything having to do with the electric transmission of money records workplace records, et cetera date, anything that needs to be safeguarded and a data transaction that has to do with money. In other words, all this stuff. That's going on in cyberspace with regard to records at money and transactions etc. That's Pfizer and the company that they're buying first date is involved in almost the exact same area. So they're buying a competitor. This appears to be a case of the two companies deciding that bigger is better and the shareholders at first data believing that when merged with PHI servants in the best interests of their shareholders to have the two companies combined. What we always worry about when there's a situation like this is usually there's consolidation and other going to be layoffs. I will tell you something that virtually always hold stri didn't say always when there is a corporate takeover. It is far better. If you are. Suppose one companies involved in a merger with another company. You always want the one in your own area to be the acquirer. It doesn't always work out that it's best for the acquirer. But way, more often than not the big thing is where does the corporate headquarters remade? According to the release issued by the two companies, I ate it will continue to have its offices in a suburb of Atlanta. But fight serve we'll continue to have its corporate headquarters in Brookefield, certainly given the fact that the company that they're buying is bigger than them. You could have made the case that maybe five servers going to move the corporate headquarters down to Atlanta. They're not going to do that. I mentioned at the time when Pfizer bought the naming rights for the bucks Arita that that was a big deal just beyond the naming rights of the Rada. Given that Pfizer. Does it have a consumer product to sell? It other words, you don't go to the store and buy fi server. You don't go online and use this. This is other businesses use their services. So the buyers of their products are other entities that are involved in financial transactions. And so odd who make massive purchases for Pfizer to use their services. But since they don't have a consumer product, it was a little bit unusual that they would become the company that would buy the naming rights for an arena. It's usually something like we'll save Miller park. Miller beer consumers by you know, by the beer. Vice serve doing it. I think was an indication that they are committed for the long haul to southeastern Wisconsin. The chairman and CEO of the company for many years is your bookie. He's a little bit of an unusual guy. But many people believe him to be a visionary. He's also one of the more highly paid corporate executives in the world. That makes make that the United States very very highly paid, and he is said to be a visionary there has been tremendous consolidation in that industry and Pfizer has through all of this thrived. You may recall another company that was involved in a similar area called metabolically that also came out of a walkie metabolically dates back to the old Bank Marshall and ilsley after the financial markets melted down with the housing crew with the first housing a number of years ago. An I had major trouble as it was at an bought out by be MO Harris. But before that, they spun off their financial services company better Bantay metabolically itself went on to be acquired, and that's been going on really from the beginning of this industry of financial services online financial services financial security that whole general area companies come out there successful. Sometimes there's a competition. They have a hard time remaining profitable acquisitions occur through all of this. Spicer has not. They continue to survive it's grown thrived. And it's done a lot of acquiring itself. Why is it important to have the corporate headquarters? Well, let's just start with look at this. They put their name on the new bucks arena. They made that investment in the community. You always want to have. Important well off highly paid people in your community who do you think makes your big charitable contributions that supports the arts and supports the parts and supports all the local stuff that goes on in an area over the years. We've lost a lot of those companies in Milwaukee through takeover through changes in industry, you know, AO Smith is still here, but it's a much different company than it was a lot of the banks that we've had in southeastern Wisconsin for taken over who is the biggest Bank in Milwaukee right now, Milwaukee based bag. I don't even really know know associated is the biggest in the state. And that's but that's based in Green Bay. There's a lot of banks obviously that have a presence here. But I mean that the whole thing is headquartered in Milwaukee. But think about what we had in the past only fifteen twenty years ago, you had companies like I was concert became which became first star m and I was huge go back even farther. We had a couple of the large savings and loans companies like security, well, those companies all at highly paid executives who then because the executives are here. Their families are here their spouses are here, they lay down roots in the community. The support a lot of the things that a community does. A perfect example would be quad graphics where both Harry and Betty both passed away, Harry and Betty quad rachi were tremendous patrons of the arts at all sorts of other things that they had an interested. Well, quad graphics is here. Quad graphics was in Amarillo, Texas was an emerald Texas the quad rachi putting all of their money down in there. So. Well, I certainly can't comment on what this is going to mean for the future of Pfizer because I'm hardly an expert. Digital data financial transactions. And so odd in sizing up what's being announced now that they're going to maintain a major presence in Atlanta. But the corporate headquarters or it will remain here. You might expect by the way fi serve has employees scattered around the world, just given the nature of it their company, they're their employees are all over the place. I think on balance this is going to be good for southeastern Wisconsin. And it certainly could have been worse had fi serve been bought by first data. That would have been a disaster. I think you would have continued to have a fight serve division operating here. But all of the big shots would have run the company out of Atlanta. Instead, it's just the opposite. And this very successful. And continuing to grow company and a field that just seems to have no limit is based here. I would compare the company fi serve. To drawn a blank here. The big big medical records company in Verona. Giant company. Judy faulkner. Now, I've got the woman who owns it off. We've talked about it quite a bit on the show of somebody's got to help me out on this. Epic epic systems what epoch systems is to medical records. I mean, if you have in fact, my own medical records, you know, like everybody else, you.

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"epic systems" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Even farther. We had a couple of the large savings and loans companies like security with those companies all at highly paid executives who then because the executives are here. Their families are here their spouses are here. They lay down roots in the community to support a lot of the things that it community does. A perfect example would be quad graphics where both Harry and Betty both passed away, Harry and Betty quad rachi were tremendous patrons of the arts at all sorts of other things that they had an interest in. Well, quad graphics is here. Quad graphics was Amarillo Texas was an Amarillo Texas the quad rachi putting all of their money down in there. So. Well, I certainly can't comment on what this is going to mean for the future of Pfizer because I'm hardly an expert on digital data financial transactions. And so on in sizing up what's being announced now that they're going to maintain a major presence in Atlanta. But the corporate headquarters, or it will remain here, you might expect by the way has employees scattered around the world, just given the nature of what their company is their their employees are all over the place. I think on balance this is going to be good for southeastern Wisconsin. And it certainly could have been worse had fi- serve been bought by first data. That would have been a disaster. I think he would have continued to have a fight serve division operating here. But all of the big shots would have run the company out of Atlanta. Instead, it's just the opposite. And this very successful. And continuing to grow company and a field that just seems to have no limit is based here. I would compare the company. I serve to drawn a blank here. The big big medical records company in Verona. Giant company. Judy faulkner. Now, I've got the woman who owns it off. We've talked about quite a bit on the show of somebody's got to help me out on this. Epic epic systems what epoch systems is to medical records. I mean, if you have in fact, my own medical records, you know, like everybody else, you communicate with the doctor at your request the prescription refill that I can access my test results and all of that stuff. Almost every hospital and clinic seems to use epic right now, they were just way ahead of the curve and grant and grabbing data as you know, everything is moving to online now simply because it's easier. I mean, bigger the old days when you wanted to transfer your medical records from one doctor to another you'd have to literally go to the doctor's office, and grab it and get it or sign a piece of paper, and they'd have to send it it would take days. Now, you push a button. If I if I have a heart attack in San Diego, California, every one of my records test results can instantly be conveyed to.

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"epic systems" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"epic systems" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"So we're up to more up to speed on that. Okay. So why should pull him at right now? So in may the supreme court ruled five to four in epic systems versus Lewis that is now legal legal for employers to require workers to sign these binding arbitration agreements like AAA has been doing. So they got the thumbs up from the supreme court on this over so supreme court ruled in favor of big businesses it to the employees, this is this ruling was great for large employers like chip Holt lay or you know, I was in a class action lawsuit against Victoria secret. When I worked there, there's a wages wages. Yeah. It was like I got the thing in the mail. Is it always it's so fucking when I worked at gap. I had an issue with the manager about holiday pay and it wasn't on my check. And like I had to fucking hound my manager they know were poor and overwhelmed, and they assume that we. I won't keep track avai. Right. And this was like, look, I know it's only a hundred eighty dollars Belykh gap is a massive corporation. And I'm I'm a college student hundred eighty dollars is a lot of fucking money. Yeah. Said to this happens a lot. So when this epic ruling came down at AAA was dealing with a collective action lawsuit involving roughly ten thousand current and former employers who said she pull a systematically stiff them on pay violated minimum wage laws and overtime regulations. Okay. So ten thousand people were sitting in this big class action lawsuit. Okay. So then when this ruling came down three thousand of those workers hud's already signed arbitration agreements to the judge kick them out of the lawsuit. Okay. So this is exactly what you pull it wanted. Everything's going to put lays way, just real quick out of that ten thousand AAA employs sixty four thousand so one one in six employees. It's part of this lot fucking crazy. Yes. So you can see why there were so happy about that. Right. Okay. But instead of taking their claims and going home these three thousand people got kicked out lawsuit. Which is what AAA wanted over one hundred fifty of them and many more as the days, go on have filed requests for retraction. So all these plans would be administered separately in different districts where the people were employed. So it'll get very expensive in very overwhelming. The employers are calling the company's bluff. Well, yes. So part of the reason binding arbitration works so well against employee's is that you don't know about other people who are you know, can't communicate and doing the same thing or being fucked over in the same way by your employer. But all these people since they were part of the class action lawsuit. They're aware of each other. So they're all filing at the same time, which is overwhelming for chapel with this is this is the cloud. Yeah. Just very legal. Yeah. Is the litigious cloud? So a single case can run tens of thousands of dollars in lawyer's fees and payments, just for arbitration services, the cost of litigating..

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