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Abbott says feds have extended funding for Texas COVID-19 testing sites

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Abbott says feds have extended funding for Texas COVID-19 testing sites

"Governor also announcing today that federal funding for covert nineteen testing sites will continue that funding was set to run out at the end of June senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn this week sent a letter to the health Human Services secretary asking to extend those funds to pay for the testing sites in Houston at Butler and del Mar those sites have been testing about a thousand people a day for the

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"health human services" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"health human services" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Department health Human Services and the state emergency operations center officials are hopeful they'll be able to test two thousand fuel by the end of the weekend the state National Guard also operating a free drive thru test site in flint at the Shiloh missionary Baptist church that will end tomorrow does it take to Connie slowly re opens Macomb county executive mark Hackel says those businesses still waiting want to know what it will look like for them the farmers the restaurants the the gyms are looking for that that same I guess if you will criteria so they have an idea are we trending in that direction for that final approval to say you can open tackle says businesses are willing to comply but they also need to know what they can expect when it's time to re open northern Michigan businesses and tourist attractions slowly turning the dial and re opening this Memorial Day weekend for short's brewery in Bel Air CEO Scott Newman bale says they are re opening their pub will be opening their facility not rapids that supplies retails bars and restaurants obviously first thing is yes we okay enough yeah so it is back to the public but at the same time as we also have to just a production site to to meet the needs of a whole host of all the other people as well so it's it's it's definitely a lot of work for this weekend bill says they're taking the social distancing and face mask guy lines seriously I mean every day news time eleven thirty four in New Jersey one church was back open today following president trump Dinning religious institutions essential however governor New Jersey skews me New Jersey governor Phil Murphy sounds better says churches in the light can have ten people inside at one time but at this church they did not care and a hundred people showed up can the county public safety officers were at the church installing cameras to monitor the situation from the command center they said they had no plans to shut service down a spokesperson for the governor's office tells me re opening places of worship is under consideration at the Jersey move toward phase two of re opening the spokesperson had no comment on the lawsuit they should Dennis Sullivan of the diocese of Camden posted a statement recently saying in part the suspension the masses was just and necessary during this pandemic back in Berlin some worshippers we spoke with are glad to be back in the pews I'm.

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"health human services" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"health human services" Discussed on KTRH

"Covert nineteen health Human Services secretary Alex Hayes are also noted that you're a hundred thousand covert nineteen tests are now being done each day county public health reporting fourteen new cases of covert nineteen data brings the county's total to two hundred fifty four including two deaths Harris County also reporting thirty nine confirmed recoveries Houston's a city health department reporting twenty three new cases today bringing the city's total to three hundred nine city of Houston also reported one new death it's an elderly woman in her seventies with underlying health conditions that brings Houston's total deaths to three Pretoria county also reporting a covert nineteen related death was one between seventy five and eighty five who lived in Pere land covering county with sixteen new cases today for total eighty one but they also have multiple new recoveries and have over ten total recoveries confirmed fort bend county's emergency director Craig temple announcing changes amid the corona virus pandemic all emergency workers will wear masks on every run regardless of the call and family members of patients will longer be allowed to ride in ambulances several hospitals will not allow family members through the E. R. entrance and because of that we will not take family members in the ambulance to the hospitals with us that should be a preparation should you need to call nine one one to have an alternate ride to the hospital for beginning as a hundred nineteen confirmed cases of covert nineteen five oh three now time to check your money here's Katie our age money man patchy and brought to you by DM auto leasing dot com good evening Corey stocks closed broadly higher the Dow industrials finishing the day up by six hundred and ninety points closing at twenty two thousand three twenty seven S. and P. five hundred up eighty five points that's three point three percent the tech heavy nasdaq up by two hundred seventy one points oil.

Coronavirus Task Force gives updates on response

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus Task Force gives updates on response

"The president announced guidelines for Americans to follow and do their part to stem the spread of the virus the task force is holding daily press conferences and meetings to provide the American people with the latest information the task force has recommended mitigation strategies to heavily impacted communities like those in New York Washington state and California about sixty percent of the cases are in those three states and most of the cases in those three states and a handful of counties and so the administration's really focusing on these counties I mean the whole country but really these counties to try and put laser focused effort to contain it the CMS announced guides to protect vulnerable elderly Americans and limit medically unnecessary visits to nursing homes in January the administration declared the corona virus to be a public health emergency by the way the president donated his fourth quarter salary to the department health Human Services to deal with this fires are you aware this you know if any other president did this they be mentioning this they don't even mention it with him did Obama ever donated salaried anything well he wasn't a billionaire was getting very close now president took action to give HHS authority

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Second flu-related death reported in Dallas County

Car Pro

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Second flu-related death reported in Dallas County

"Reported Douglas county health Human Services confirming the death Friday of an eighty one year old woman from grand prairie the woman's death coming just four days after the county confirm the first flu related deaths unidentified thirty six year old so far to pediatric deaths from the flu have been reported in the state including a case in tears calli there are some tips for avoiding the flu including getting a flu vaccine every season especially people at high risk and washing your hands often with soap and

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"health human services" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Was barely on anybody's radar and the Senate health Human Services senior citizens committee is holding a public hearing today this legislation and it's very tricky because you know like I often not look this stuff up and I was reading the Senate bill just the other day the last time we talked about this and was actually a caller who must have a vested interest in this and was paying rapt attention to this but she was the one who told us and I and I apologize to her she still listening today because I I was doubting her she was saying that the Senate bill which said only that they were going to tighten up on on the religious exemptions having to prove the religious exemptions but that was folded into the assembly bill hardly any coverage on this and the caller is absolutely right and now only today the NJ dot com stories pointing out yes it would eliminate any chance for any religious exemption but again I'm in favor of it because you don't really have hi number whatsoever of people that are actually barred by their religion from our vaccinating their kids not in this state anyway very very few Christian scientists and what was the other one Dutch something a Dutch reformed Dutch reform right that was it thank you so you know to me it's almost a moot point because almost everybody who has been using these religious exemptions you're basically just using it as an excuse and it's not really against your religion anyway Michael in Turnersville you're a New Jersey one one point five Hey guys all the growing okay all right are ya I'm completely for vaccinations one hundred percent honestly if I had to choose between getting the vaccination believing that the world was flat I'd rather believe that the world was flat and in out and try to get sick also you know because a small pox measles you know I answer to me it's I I don't like it at all I I don't like it that people are using this this bogus thing of trying to use religion against a vaccination you know when scientists and doctors you know when they were trying to come up with the chores for these types of diseases you know they worked for it was like you know they they worked day and night so that the world would be you know that that they would ever radic heat this disease you know whatever it may have been you know they're they're trying to come out with you the universal flu disease are they not I mean they're trying to actually he stops Lou from happening so you'll have to get a shot every year you just get one shot at dawn for ever well you know and and and we're going backwards she was the thing I mean more people are turning their backs against the hard science and and they're believing things that are you know on the internet rather than actual science and and we're going backwards now and and as a result of this you're starting to see more things like measles outbreaks in and who knows what else is going to start to come back Laurie in point pleasant you're a New Jersey one one point five I thank you for taking my call is not I believe I believe that the people that don't want to vaccinate their children away at school and whatever because they're ignorant about the fact what a vaccine really is for you can talk to your blue in the face explain to them that they're no longer lives back in there was a call in January I work in the field and I argued with my girlfriend the other night because she told me her daughter was going to try and I was you like but she's done research I said I've worked in the field for forty years I'm telling you tell your daughter to find it on here your modem hold your your way to home school our kids and not work because you're exposing too many people these and people think they're going to get these if they get it back in it's so you now at nine now and I feel bad for the first caller within the daughter with that in the notes from you know what I mean yeah yeah yeah it's it's for those kids that really matters yeah that that that's for room that matters most Laurie thank your co I will world what we're taking your phone calls for a few more minutes on this we simply want to know what is being fiercely debated in a room in Trenton today do you want to see this become law I do I don't have a problem with that the law would eliminate the opportunity for parents to claim that there's a religious exemption exemption I'm sorry for vaccinating their kids one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five Rachel in Marlboro you're in New Jersey one one point five I think everything my call okay so I was listening to the gentleman earlier that has eight twenty two year old daughter that no compromise and he was able to get a medical exemption I have a seven year old that then you no compromise and he has your ideology is that he's had heaters with back in and there's no doctor that will sign a medical exemption we've had to rely on religious exemption how can they won't sign the medical exemption the I don't know we've been to immunologist geneticists we've been here Gastroenterol edges allergist well these doctors clearly don't feel that this was what was causing the I mean they obviously their medical opinion is it's in he would not be affected by the vaccine he had the diagnose allergy of one and the ingredients in the vaccines and they they won't wait which ingredients is this back to the egg thing is okay well that would be for a flu shot but that but that's not in all vaccines it sounds like maybe you're just now afraid of all vaccines now I didn't say no no I didn't they medical exemption for all of them even for just the specific one he cannot get a medical exemption they won't find an well again I mean you're you're clearly and I mean the no disrespect but you must be leaving something out what do they tell you why why why won't they signed what do they say when you ask them to sign thank you it's funny they actually make me sign a waiver that my son is you know compromise they make me sign a waiver that I am putting everyone else that risk and I'm aware of that okay the lower asking is what is the reason they tell you the parents that they will not give a medical exemption to vaccines they they in their practice they do not acknowledge medical attention that's just what they tell me and this is a multiple doctors all these different doctors I'm sorry Rachel I I a very suspicious that I I did this just absolutely sound like you're leaving something major at were up against a concrete to thank for calling.

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"health human services" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To appear I need to tell you what to look out for what to know and coming up yet later. there's a new regulation coming out there is going to allow. people to buy all sure inefficient light bulbs again I mean explain to you why that is a trap for you and your wallet. and I wanna talk now about something that has been kind of sitting out there for the last nineteen years and it's something I can't believe it it's something I talked about. back when it first became your right to have your medical records. well now. their federal agency department health Human Services. once you to be able to very easily cat. your medical records from the hospital why outpatient surgery center doctor's office specialist office whatever and then be able to store those records and an app. and have them available when you need them that I'm a typical clueless guy. and what is a typical clueless guy well. we don't remember what our spouses said to us. and I can tell you my wife can cite back to me word for word. what she said to me that somehow I have a race from my memory. and we never remember. like for example you know I'll be as they went so I said we had a tetanus shot I'm like I don't know I mean I remember anything like that and once I've gotten well from an illness. I can't tell you. when I was still exactly what I had usually I can remember that. what meds I might have taken whatever. and so for me having access. my medical records my medical history right on an apple my phone. would be fantastic in certain situations that could be a lifesaver. but then there's the other side of this. which is where yeah I told you about Google getting fined for invading kids privacy on you too for very young children and all the stuff that goes on with what Facebook does all the time to. mess with your information and do weird stuff so this is one that gosh I. I know I'm supposed to say yeah download one of these Arabs when it's available and use it to store all your medical data. the thing I'm nervous about. at the same time in the thing you've got to weigh the costs versus the benefit what happens with that information. yeah we could be a data breach that exposes deep data files medical history on us it could be insurance companies behaving badly using that information illegally to decide they don't want to do this that or the other for you. is where that is illegal so. this is one that we've got to have clear rules. on how the information is guarded how the information is protected I saw in The New York Times item that apple is designing their medical out where the information would be encrypted and stored on your own device instead of on their servers so the only if your own device was hacked apparently would it be a recess the kind of thing that should be thought through and be employees and it is specially important as far as the android side is concerned because most market share is with androids. that there be an equivalent kind of protection in place and as. more apps become available where you can store your medical data will be really important to know what are the security protocols and what kind of thought has gone into how to protect that private information we also need to have clear laws passed that restrict access to our personal medical information by let's start with the shortlist insurers because they're not trustworthy and employers because you don't want people to be able to redline potential employees based on what may be. in somebody's medical record medical history you know if an employer wants you to have a physical. for jobs to make sure they want to hire you that's fine but I'm talking about way past that. Jenny is with us on the Clark Howard show hi Jenny how are you doing. I'm fine how are you great thank you so you have a question for me about getting tires and. this is an area where the stakes are much higher than they used to be because tires are so much more expensive than they used to be. yeah how much is a set of tires for your vehicle. I'm not even looked yet I have a two thousand fifteen are used sedan and I know that the last time I had my car serviced a few weeks ago and they said well you're approaching the fifty thousand mark and that'll be a time where you'll need to you know get a new set of tires and okay so immediately after all is that the truth you know who says that fifty thousand is the United golden number and then secondly I thought yeah do I have to get the at the dealership. tires in the car your time out the car dealer. they didn't know well. in a car dealer. yeah like I was told. don't even consider that no nodes that from your list of considerations okay it's not core what they do and when you get something like tires car dealer it's a convenience to get it there they may even farm it out to a tire center nearby that you're not even aware they're doing that and there's a much higher markup on tires car dealer then they would be going to. tired you know an independent tire shop when the tire chains or are getting tiresome tire rack dot com if you've heard of them are getting a minute sams or Costco. okay so is it true do you think that the fifty thousand mark is the right time to get new tires well if I ever had a set of tires that made it to fifty thousand I mean I would try to dance yet Irish jig or something but that's not gonna happen because a I'm never going to make it to fifty thousand so. it's pretty phenomenal but the tyre itself will tell you if it needs to be replaced and I don't remember what year this started but there's a little teeny are rich. on a tire in the trek. if that ridge equals the remaining trad your tire absolutely needs to be replaced. and so it it's more based on the individual tires I had some tires that basically had given up their useful life at thirty seven thousand miles on our mini van yeah. I'm a real man that drives a minivan it's true so. so I was driving in a rainstorm and the vehicle was hydroplaning even well below the speed on and I was like sure enough I went to I got a new set of Costco and when I went there it was like yeah these tires need to be replaced and so I went ahead and did it but I should have been paying attention and checked way before I was in a dangerous situation with my kids in a rain storm so you can you can actually hi Paul this rather than going by the mileage. phase four is where to shop for tires again if I can get you to eliminate the car dealer that you got to do that if you care about my cat and are you a member of either the warehouse club chains. neck okay so if you if you check both.

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"health human services" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Thirty Sam Weiss was a quarterback head coach and broadcaster in the NFL last year he became a heart recipient my life was saved on the last day that I was supposed to be on this planet and now I know what a miracle feels like it changed my appreciation of every second of every day I don't know who donated that hard but my new hard gave me a new mission in life and that is to get others to sign up to be organ donors the most common thing I hear when I ask people why they haven't signed up is I don't know I just haven't thought about it well why don't you think about it think about the life you might save your life you might enhance their over a hundred and thirty million people that already signed up their men and women of all ages all races and they have one thing in common they want to save lives please sign up to be an organ eye and tissue donor organ donor dot gov US department of health Human Services health resources and services administration talks thirteen eighty W. A. okay welcome to the movement on yeah this is the ghetto sure and there was a dog thirteen eighty W. A. okay home delivery to the breakdown of the breakdown of it was they may my name is Laura we're glad you're here with me my liable for delay I'm going to J. the breakdown of the pre withdrew with a brick brother.

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"health human services" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Shock you but the department of health Human Services are trying to borrow another one a crackpot socialist Bernie Sanders healthcare ideas shocking right and I can't see a thing wrong with it other than it might make you sick or you don't kill you the following Sanders lead HHS has proposed a program to allow states to import some prescription drugs from Canada and god knows what else so what's so the fact that none of those states let alone Canada or other countries have any systems in place to determine if the drugs coming into the U. S. or what the labels say they are where they are from China India at center or who made them you should know that as such a zero ability to know if you're taking out a drug it's safe Canadian officials have been very clear about their safety concerns same accounted for drugs are already a major global problem that have led to many many deaths so a lot of things really wrong with the healthcare system drug safety in this country not one of them but drug importation is dangerous and leaders of the U. S. department of health and Human Services have this idea of but you got to get the facts it's got to get done the right way you can't mess around this stuff so get the facts by going to true health care facts dot com true health care facts dot com and get the facts on these drugs and the new rules true health care facts dot com the marketing show the great one what a great time tonight with you my fellow living nights really appreciate you letting me hang out with you tonight I'm I just love we'll get together like this and have a chance to chat so Todd is in Clarksville Tennessee Todd go ahead Sir almost a hundred percent disabled or the Iraqi god bless you Sir you guys are talking about good news it does a reporter for about ten years ago the VA started reporting those of us that have PTSD in our guns steak and we go in with our national officers and change because there were so we have PTSD we can't be trusted nobody heard about that on the news good thing if they start coming up but it would be a huge problem and it turned into a big problem but we did get the stuff fixed and is you should not be profile like that Todd you served our country mission just say that just because you have PTSD you should not have your rights taken away just automatically like that it's a terrible thing thanks for the call Sir and for your service and god bless you my friend per share very much eight seven seven three one three one one I should also mention to you too you know the notion of of all these crazy people that are out there in the media the socialist etcetera and the secret code the president putting out there eight eight August save Heil Hitler have you seen any of the Avengers movies I'm a huge fan I've got a five year old son and a three year old daughter and I love comic book movies CCAP in America is my favorite I just love the character hydra hail hydra hydro is the evil **** signs division in Captain America feats hydra and the hail hydra is actually kind of the thing in the Marvel universe so it's also possible the president's a big fan of Marvel comic books of the you know Captain America again thrown out there if we're allowed to make crazy absolute ninety ninety things and just say them why can't I have my own anything he's saying hail hydra because he loves Captain America he.

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"health human services" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"health human services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On them to call in about fifteen minutes but right now it's my pleasure to bring on the secretary of health Human Services the twenty fourth that that he is secretary out days are US secretary is are welcome back Hey Brian great to be with you again well you got the number one issue were number two issue on both the Democrats Republicans last and that's healthcare what are you doing now with hospitals to try to make a one of the main issues that we have we don't know what will be in charge until we get charged what are you doing that's right and president trump instructed all of through an executive order that he wants greater transparency of price and quality information is so that Haitians in what things cost before they go in and get a service and I ordered our Medicare agency to put out a regulation last night that proposes to require hospitals to disclose the charges for everything they do and tell you what their private insurance negotiated discounts are so that you will now have the right to know before you go to a hospital what some gonna cost what your insurance will pay for it and what you well so it is the American people were speaking and president trump heard them they said we want to end the surprise billing we want we want a real market place for health care we want to drive a lower cost in the system you can do that without pricing information and and and what we're proposing would enable that was the hold up before who is the push back was the hospital lobby well it's it's it's them and the basically anybody profiting from the status quo the insurance company the hospitals it it this is where it takes somebody like president trump who's got the courage to take on those vested special interests and say you know what you you had a good gig for too long you've profited off of the shadows I'm bringing transparency in sunlight here because what I care about is the American patient we have a vision the president's vision for healthcare is personalized affordable healthcare that has you the patient in control and treat you like a person not like a number that's our vision for healthcare you can't have that though if you don't know what things cost before you buy the on that but the one thing I was wondering secretaries I thought by now we have some transparency on drug prices and some competition but both those things weren't able to happen I know you're disappointed by what what is the hold up well we had required that the drug companies put their list prices in their TV ads to level with the American people good lord you're telling people to go spend hundreds of dollars to see a doctor to ask about your medicine and you don't want to tell them what the medicine costs and they got us held up in court on that one day challenge that we're working with Congress and they're the senator Grassley and senator Durbin have legislation that would make clear our authority in this space and we're gonna we're to keep fighting it out but I'm just I guess they're ashamed of their prices as well they should be they don't even want to tell you what things cost is an amazing Brian yeah fires in the healthcare system they're so wish same to what they're doing they want to conceal their prices from the American patient the main thing to me I mean the whole thing is they can to the prices they Jack up the they build insurance insurance says all pay that the co payments going to be extraordinary and then I'm gonna have to Jack up my rates to pay for the escalating Medicaid a medication rates and it's an ending cycle we loose that's right that's right then and what president trump wants to his fight for that American patient in the center of it all in control running their own healthcare not a bureaucrat not an insurance company but the patient working with their doctors to get the best care to get the best outcomes the secretary your biggest challenge is to have the the profit in medicine it allows creativity to go in there innovation to drive us to be at the cutting edge of medical of medical advances I get it but when you have somebody there who's making a profit and may be someone who is riddled with injury and illness that's not a profit so how do you keep the profit and the capitalism in health care but yet keep the compassion in health care so Brian actually what the president and I are doing is introducing competition and market forces to help care where they haven't been so we say we have a free market for healthcare well sort of we do we actually need an efficient functioning market for healthcare and that requires a price and quality information it also requires that we have the right incentives you know right now our doctors and our hospitals get more money the more procedures they do want us in the circle we are that's why the president's changing how we pay for medicine in this country the paper outcomes and have aligned incentives so we just did this kidney disease initiative where we're gonna pay dialysis providers for keeping you on in center dialysis but for having you get dialysis at home we're gonna pay you more if they get you transplanted it would get a kidney transplant could you get what you pay for it if you pay for sickness and disease as a disease tonight a live we have about a minute left until you get here Medicare for all they do live in a bureaucracy deductibles and co payments is that was going to the cell would be for you so president trump's vision for healthcare is to protect what works to make it better and to fix what's broken and what's working for the American people sixty million Americans have Medicare they like what they got we're gonna keep making it better but they like what they got to wear protective hundred eighty million Americans have group employer insurance they like what they got we're protected we're gonna keep making it better Medicare for all plans they come in many different guises like Medicare by and options things like that it's all the same it would take away your Medicare it would take away your private insurance they would put everyone into a single government run healthcare plan with a bureaucrat like me sitting here making decisions for you deciding what healthcare you get the trump vision is different you in the center you'll driving your healthcare you have a choice all right Alex he's or he's got to do it himself because Congress will.

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"health human services" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on KGO 810

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"health human services" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"I'm your host model schmeltzer, our guest today is Mona Sadiya, who is the chief data officer, the US department of health and human services. Hi mona. Thank you very much for joining us on the podcast. Thank you for asking me. This is going to be a great conversation. I'm excited we are to welcome Mona and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at HHS. Sure. So I by training and both data scientist as well as a physician of a background and operations engineering, and I've been in the federal government for about five years most recently in the role as officer for the department, but previously also worked at a my and for the White House social evils nicest? Great. So at the upcoming world government event, that's happening here in the Washington DC area on June twenty four th through twenty six. So for those who are listening to this before the event, we hope that you can join us that event will preview of what's happening there. Of course for this you are listening. There are going to be some big updates between the time that we've recorded this podcast, life podcast, definitely pay attention to the show notes on this, and maybe for those you who are listening to this after the event bone. If you could tell load about some of the insights, you're going to be sharing at the conference on the use of a and machine learning at HHS, and perhaps, maybe even some things that people can take away from the event, Shara while, you know, the department has really been taking a lead. And how were you think data for really advancing patient care and not just using data internally, but all the how are making it available for external partners to my hope is to really bring some of those efforts forefront. But also talk about how we are addressing developing department. They I- strategy moving forward. Okay. Great. We're excited to hear that talk. So I know that part of your focus at HHS is on promoting open data and building an enterprise wide data governance structure. Can you talk to us more about this project and tell us why it's important why came about? And then maybe some of. Of the issues and struggles that you're facing to get this data out chore while, you know, I'll start by saying that before I ever came to enter toss the user of chess's data and I've worked with both CMS data. I've worked with data from HR Q and, you know, also realize that even a part of the federal government, the challenges of getting access to data sometimes and using that for research and analysis, where the same being outside the federal government, and one of the things that I really wanted to do in this role is focused on, how do we make data available beyond the primary purpose of that data? How do we make it available for secondary uses how do we enable better capacity? The department to conduct information across the twenty nine different parts of Asia to that. We're using the vast information available to make decisions dot is a very large task and not something that is going to get completed within a year or two. It's really a long term process, but we have to start by really work. Working on the foundation of the department and the infrastructure that is required to enable dot capacity. And I know right now, there's so much focus on the advanced techniques. And I and everybody wants to move to that part, which I think, is incredibly important, but we can actually have a robust strategy until we have a very solid foundation for how the department connect information and our process has really been too. I understand what is the current state of affairs house, the department doing what do we need to address? And we spent about six months doing that. What I say is really our customer engagement period, going out to the agencies within Asia sitting down with both leadership. And with frontline staff to understand what are their challenges what are the problems that they're facing? And where can we help to take away some of those barriers having done that work? We then spend a fair amount of time looking. How other institutions are doing this work, both in the federal government, state government and private sector organizations. We know that there isn't a really clear, roadmap. And so it's very important for me that we learned from other organizations that are joining this work that we're not starting from ground zero, and we can really build upon the learnings from these other organizations. So from that work. We've really defined what the future state for the department should look like both from a technology stack, and what we need to build, but also from the organizational management. We.

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"health human services" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"health human services" Discussed on WWL

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"health human services" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cumulus. Station News at three I'm Marie, leaf and new this hour Prince George's county police right now on the scene of a. Stabbing at a target store police tell us it's happening along the thirty one. Hundred block of Donald drive they say around noon, in officer, inside the store saw suspect stabbed a man and threatened a woman they victim. Is expected to be okay the woman was not injured and that suspect is now in custody police say, they all knew each other but they are looking for help right now in providing more. Information to solve this case and for the time being that target stores closed as the investigation is continuing STD's are on the rise among some young people and Montgomery County officials say that the county needs to do more to stop the spread. Students at four Montgomery County public, high schools can, get contraceptives the council member George, Leventhal and, boarded bad. Member chill orbin fouls thing all public high schools in the. County should give them out it's something we've wanted to get. Done for a long time so whether the, health department takes a leader whether, school, system takes the lead we we want to make sure we get it done the department of health Human services says more people, between, fifteen and twenty nine or getting us TD's given this Leventhal says dial To have a dialogue with high school students to say look, you send you're totally. Avoidable there's just no reason to have increases in these districts had their sound WMA Allen WFAN dot com White House counsel Don Mcgann is set to. Leave his post following the confirmation hearings at the Senate vote, on the, president's, choice for the supreme court Brad Kavanagh the manhole. Gavel in the cavenaugh hearings. Next week judiciary committee chairman Senator. Chuck Grassley tweeted in response. To the news, I hope it's not true Mcgann is leaving White House counsel you can't let that happen. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell describes Mcgann has the most impressive White House counsel during my. Time in Washington he later as it would be a big loss for the Trump administration in the country again is known to have significant sway over the president's political and emotional decisions by outlining the, legal, aspects as well as potential pitfalls in the nation's capital and the nation as a whole Bob Costantini Washington the body of Senator John, McCain is laying and stayed at the state capital as mourners pay their last respects, before Ceremonies and TC this weekend Arizona governor Doug, Ducey, spoken a memorial service for McCain and says that McCain was synonymous with a state to the rest of the world John McCain was Arezzo When all of us here traveled and told people. We were from Arizona People knew two big things about it John McCain and the Grand Canyon Checking your money this hour the Dow right now up fifty six points the s&p five hundred up sixteen the NASDAQ up. Seventy five. Wwl traffic and weather next down you can listen to WMA l. at home at work or anywhere in the. World on your Amazon, echo device for,.

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"health human services" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on WTVN

"Department of health human. Services Driving, the liberals nuts John Hannity is back on the radio right now Twenty five till the top of the I wanna. Know where eighty three days out of this election I am concerned because I just. Know historically that midterm elections that the party. In the White House tends to, lose seats some years it's been an, absolute bloodbath of the. Years it's not been bad at all wasn't bad in, two thousand and two George Bush was president I don't think anyone at any appetite to change anything but historically. That is that is basically what happens in elections that there's an ebb and flow to political cycles I don't know why it is I would think that the, American people would actually learn from past, mistakes I don't think. It's that long ago that we can go through the, the failed policies of Obama one of the things that I'm finding very interesting almost universally anytime you see a. Democrat or a liberal on television You're. All saying well the only reason the economy's good now is, because Barack Obama has nothing to do with Donald Trump I'm like okay if that's your align then? Why didn't why didn't he why does he the first president never to hit three percent GDP growth in his entire presidency why? Was he the guy that added thirteen million? More people to, food, stamps and eight million more Americans ended up in poverty what are you gonna blame Bush for that You know eight. Years wasn't enough he needs to take two. Years from, Donald Trump and then say see our successful. Then ignoring, the tax cuts and the impact that once again the positive impact, it's had on the country the president actively now enticing businesses and trillions. Of dollars to be repatriated from overseas that, is helping, investment, in factories and manufacturing, centers jobs that? Obama said would? Never come back you know now we're setting records in terms of unemployment I mean fourteen states? With with record low unemployment that is a massive achievement and you would think that Democrats would be happy for the American people? The people that were left behind that were Stuck in poverty. Stuck on, food stamps I don't think they wanted to. Be there, and now they're finding these jobs are coming back in areas that, you know we were told these jobs whenever never coming back it I. Think that's that's good for the American people Really supposed to be I mean everybody is in, the service business and the people that are least service. Oriented and more about themselves than anything else politicians You know they get there they like their position it's a cushy job you get tons of AK. Shen And then you know you get to make. Promises on the campaign trail and and you. Don't fight in an accomplished in there's no sense of. Urgency most members of congress to get something done we, heard that in the infamous. Comments of Mitch McConnell. I know that he's. Rather new to the job those We need not be judged by artificial timelines? To get things done we'll be judged by two years and I'm thinking, wow well, you're not in, poverty on food stamps you're not dealing with. The, crap and the garbage of the healthcare. System under ObamaCare how many. Have you tried to, get like in touch with your insurance company over a healthcare issue how many hours did you spend on the phone and then. End up you know with them telling you. Know we're not gonna pay for that no we're not. Gonna pay for that either now that's not included. Either Why. Do I have insurance for Now it's gotten so bad this is a great. Story out of New York governor New York, is a. Guy by the name Andrew Cuomo he now has come up with. The perfect democratic slogan counter. President. Trump's, trademark phrase make. America great again you can't even you're going to be stunned by. What I'm about to tell you. You can't even make this up and the slogan that Cuomo. Wants to adapt is for. Democrats America was never that great Well shouldn't surprise. You I mean we did. Have an apology tour with the last president anyway you. Know that's going to be a real vote, getting winner. Issue and he slammed President Trump and the president say make America. Great saying that this country. Was. Never, great in the. First place speaking at an event for women and girls and Cuomo. Appeared to stunned the crowd when. He made the remark we're not gonna make America great again. It was never that great Getting the audio. But some of the audience were literally gasping and. Like shocked and like nervous laughter. At, in surprised that. He would say such a thing and then he continued we have not. Reached greatness, he said we'll reach greatness when every American is fully, engaged we'll reach greatness when discrimination and stereotyping against, women fifty one percent of our population has gone and every woman's full potential. Is realized that unleashed and every woman is making her full contribution why wait for. Twenty twenty maybe they should, adopt this for twenty eight. Eighteen. Maybe, that should be their slogan You know that American we're not going to make America great again. It's? Never great okay well. I actually think America is a great country we. Talked about it earlier this week I always call my, buddy Barry Farber never has been. In the, history of mankind. A. Country, that has accumulated more power than the United. States of America in abused that less My riff on it, is with never been a country that has accumulated more power than the United States of America That is used it for good and the advancement of of the human experience for good I don't know what could be a harbinger of things to come on election day and eighty three days voters are now saying that they're more satisfied with the direction of, the, country than. At any time. In the last twelve years Gallup poll was released Wednesday thirty six percent Americans are satisfied the way. Things are going in the US the highest consecutive monthly record, since two thousand and six August is also the fifth month now so far this year which the satisfaction rating was at least thirty five percent among Americans the most. Monthly readings to reach that level in the last twelve years slightly higher. Than the average so far for two thousand eighteen and an increase from the twenty-seven percent last year Let me play we got the cut of Andrew Cuomo. Listen to this we're not gonna make America great again it was ever that great We,.

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"health human services" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The broadcast center eighty three degrees mostly cloudy, skies going. Up to eighty seven KYW news time eleven forty there's a great divide on how to reunite immigrant children with their parents who were deported the Trump administration and the ACLU are worlds apart when it comes to how to reunite hundreds of immigrant. Children whose parents were deported at the southern border the administration wants. The ACLU to, find parents in their home countries. The ACLU says that's the job of the government a US district judge is. Holding a conference call with both sides later today four hundred and ten children who, were separated are still in the custody of health Human services He'd warnings were up in much of Europe today as a drought continues records that have stood for decades are falling at the height of the. Tourist season it was one hundred and four, in Madrid one hundred six in Lisbon that's going to be even. Hotter tomorrow farmers in Germany are demanding more than a billion dollars in aid to deal with. The drought and so many beers had been, sold their it's, straining supplies, German breweries how will family from Texas They were trying. To, drink as much as possible and noted Dallas tuner we'd rather be in Italy drinking the water here than in Texas hundreds of fountains here in Rome offer a little relief. And in Finland a supermarket chain is said it will stay open. Late so customers can use it's a c- a smart electric, cigarette is now available that won't. Work near schools and won't work for kids at all right. Drowning cigarettes, are growing, in popularity but they're, not without controversy now one top manufacturer is using technology to address some of the concerns jewel is developing a smart cigarette of bluetooth enabled e cigarette that. Uses biometric data approve of smokers age it, also incorporates so-called geo fencing to prevent anyone from using it near. School grounds jewel is currently the subject of several lawsuits including one class action suit alleging it. Has gotten kids as young as fourteen hooked, on nicotine Jim, Chenevey CBS, news KYW news time eleven Forty two time for this traffic and transit on the to start a New Jersey this time getting off the Walt Whitman bridge things are a bit slow as. You head down toward, two ninety five that's just volume and everything looks great all. The way down forty two looks pretty good, on the Atlantic City expressway until you get to around seventy three now. This is several miles of backed up traffic with the accident out. Near Hammond it is in the right lane so very slow through there, also we're starting to see, heavy traffic fifty five southbound as you approach forty. Seven three forty seven not terrible it's just short travel things are looking all right if you're getting back into Philadelphia on the Ben Franklin bridge going back to, PA in Chester on the. Commodore, Barry bridge westbound it slowly one lane gets by getting on the wall on the jersey side traffic is heavy there to north on ninety five we just heard from panda. That they're actually picking up the traffic pattern that's out there approaching. Woodhaven extra jammed right now because they're actually getting out of, the way but once it's gone. It'll be much better east and west Schuylkill expressway heavy traffic. As you approach the, vine on the, vine East there's an. Accident off to the shoulder Schuylkill, expressway both directions through conshohocken. Curve, generally slow blue route southbound approaching, upper Darby broom all to south of route, one also, watch, for heavy. Traffic there northeast extension. Of the Pennsylvania. Turnpike headed. To the Poconos there is a crash that is a couple of miles before the Lehigh valley exit it's in the right lane but it. Really doesn't appear to be causing too much of a delay three oh nine southbound that rolling diner we've been hearing. About we know they're going that way toward Brodsky we'd actually see them in Penn dot camera south of paper mill next update less than ten minutes I'm Steve agrees..

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"health human services" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of. Them are home this is a point, to a neighborhood It can just See for hundreds of yards because there's nothing nothing standing, in your way. Blocking your view I see a car in our driveway that actually looks like. It didn't burn I can. See burned-out garages there's a car that used to be. In the garage it's. Completely burned out thirty seven thousand residents remain evacuated. From their homes everything is just. Black and gray Very ugly here that's David Grasshoff CBS. News update I'm Jim Taylor WCBS news time twelve thirty two President Trump is defending immigration and customs enforcement of the critical lessons of. Nine eleven is, that immigration enforcement saves lives we must enforce the rules against visa fraud illegal overstay illegal entry and other. Immigration violations and crime in his weekly media address he blasted Democrats who want to, abolish the agency a federal judge is giving credit to. The Trump administration for reuniting more than eighteen, hundred children separated from their parents at the border but also says the, tension must be. Turned to the more than four hundred still separated because their parents have been. Deported I says it offers. All parents the chance to leave the country with their. Children but many parents. Wave that right leaving their kids here Chris Mickens. Is with the department of health Human services the moment that they come into our care until the. Moment that we transfer them over to us custody. For those that have been separated or into the care of a parent we've known information on every child that we've had in our. Care only gallon, of the ACLU says many children are traumatize is gonna be a feeling of vulnerability among these children that's. Probably going to last a lifetime when I spoke with one mother just gotten her, four ten year old boys back she told me that. The four year old consistently her every day Are they gonna come and take me away again, the ACLU is, asking a judge for one week waiting period for reunified, parents to decide if they want to seek a silent asylum keeping a temporary halt to deportations in place les Moonves says. The head of CBS accused of sexual misconduct by six women the New Yorker reports the women who had professional. Dealings with moonville say he sexually harassed them between nineteen eighty s and the late two thousands to claim that moon viz physically intimidated them or threatened to derail their careers New. Yorker reporter Ronan Farrow told AP Mr. moon Vezina CVS corporation were responsive and you know as you've, seen in their responses may including the story there's a fair degree of contrition. That suggested in Mr. moon statement Mon. Vez denies misusing his position to harm anyone's career he, admitted quote there were times. Decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making Advances those were mistakes and I regret them immensely CBS says it has launched an internal investigation The lone survivor of a horrific car crash is planning to sue Mary rose Trinidad. Of Teaneck lost her, husband and four daughters when pickup truck collided. With their minivan in Delaware earlier this month Or.

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"Get your act together": Rosenstein, Wray face angry House Republicans

24 Hour News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"Get your act together": Rosenstein, Wray face angry House Republicans

"Steele dossier that go and add met with representatives from the kremlin three months before the election president trump went on another twitter rant this morning meantime complaining about among other things robert muller hillary clinton and what he called a thirteen angry democrats that tweet became a big topic for deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and fbi director christopher wray during their appearance today before the house judiciary this is one exchange with illinois democrat louis guitar mr are you a democrat i'm not a democrat i'm not angry you're not angry ray also insisted that he is neither angry nor a democrat the two men were called to testify about the clinton email and russia investigations in what turned out to be a contentious hearing republicans accused them of withholding info from congress and demanded details about surveillance tactics during their investigation into russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election wins news time seven oh wait a decades old mystery but a tv producer claims to have cracked the code thomas goldberg saying he figured out the true identity of db cooper okay let's hear it following years of investigation co bear says he's matched a series of numbers from one of cooper's old letters to a former paratrooper and vietnam war veteran named robert rex draw and a man who's alive and well these days living over in san diego straw was a suspect in the cooper skyjackings until being ruled out in nineteen seventy nine the fbi closed that case two years ago and despite these new claims has shown no signs or interest of wanting to reopen it the us department of health human services recommends that folks between the ages.

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"health human services" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Department of health human services it schools in maryland in a college in south carolina or apologising over halloween costume so picture making the social media rounds is captioned you're going to jail tonight and reportedly shows a recent graduate of boys latin school of maryland wearing an orange jumpsuit with the name freddie gray written on the back freddie gray died in 2015 from injuries suffered in police custody the sparking protest in baltimore the gilman school enroll in park country school say it's their students wearing orange jumpsuits in another pick captioned with a racist slur by a mount st joseph high school student the college of charleston meanwhile confirming that one or more members of our campus community was involved in the pictures the college president said they are investigating kirsten mcnary fox news the actor kevin spacey's netflix show house of cards is cancelled after this upcoming sixth season disturbing channel announced monday there's been some blow back with the recent allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor however netflixing revealing data all ready decided to end the shell after this season and there exploring a spinoff of the hit show there is no release date yet for the final season of house of cards but it's already in production the international tv academy said on their website their revoking the two thousand seventeen international emmy founders award they were planning to give spacey in november boxes jacqueline carl world series game mm six tonight in los angeles tsur guy for the dodgers as they have to win tonight to force a game seven the astros looking to win their first world series ever the daughters looking to win their first world series since 1988 they'll have to win tonight behind richil who pitched against justin verlander almost a week ago both pitchers pissed very well but since that has been all about the hitting tonight the first pitch just after five clock west coast time just after 8 o'clock on the east coast a bit different than we saw we could go also temperatures back then were over one hundred degrees tonight it's going to be about sixty eight in los angeles adam housley fox news and wall street the.

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"health human services" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"health human services" Discussed on WTVN

"The next secretary of health human services and steve in the nation is next treasury secretary they happen without a single democrat present thanks to a suspension a panel rules senator share brown talk abc knew what we've seen as is i group of nominees who's finances or so complicated takes longer to figure all that out in when they come in front of the committee in line how how do you move one them quickly democrats have been calling for more time to question both man another protest outside the state house today in opposition a president trump's executive order on immigration students from columbus all turn of high school organize this one great me hosts on talk to abc six big he was i also affected by their policies that president on trump has creative is this is sticking with them is the man the refugee man a lot of your being detained and once know that you cannot silence us is solos monday's protest for columbus police eddie's peppers brown demonstrators who took over high st unblocked traffic coverage on case it takes a swipe at a high as local government leaders when confront during a conference with reporters one journalist robin leary are confronted coveted shawn k sick about been dicks moving their factory to a bought case excessively area needs to clean up their neighborhoods than called out leaders for slamming cuts to the ohio local government find it's a great excuse for local government to to not manage and did not do a good job many of them have ser plus it's i don't when you know that are not and in addition to the local government fun since two thousand and ten they were also collecting tag says and revenues from this medicate tax that we have in place which you know whenever talked about casey says communities need to figure out what is failing at the.

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