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Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"And over and over again Oh you have such such a big influence on your brother No matter how much I begged him to not become a police officer I had no influence on that The viewing and funeral for officer wilbert Mora will be held Tuesday on Wednesday at Saint Patrick's cathedral in New York City A new poll shows how tough it's been to get a COVID test CBS News correspondent Jim kosola has the breakdown 60% of U.S. adults who tried to get an at home COVID-19 test had trouble doing so That's according to a new survey from the Kaiser family foundation 65% say they had an easy time getting an in person test 52% of those surveyed earlier this month said they haven't even tried getting any kind of COVID test The markets are a big right now The Dow is up 223 points the NASDAQ up 230 This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the app What's all the two O three on Friday January 28th 2022 40° in the nation's capital down to the teens and 20s overnight Good afternoon I'm brenden hazelton and here is the top.

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Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:17 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on Morning Edition

"Number of the commerce department says personal consumption expenditures basically a measure of prices rose 5.8% last year biggest increase since 1982 Meanwhile consumer spending in December fell .6% that was a crime doing right there Speaking of which we have an update on how people are thinking about this amaran surge A new poll out from the Kaiser family foundation finds that Americans are less worried about the personal danger of getting sick than in previous waves of the pandemic But people are still plenty concerned about missing work because of COVID and how the pandemic is affecting the economy overall Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman has more The pandemic is still causing considerable anxiety about the economy and jobs says Liz Hamill at the Kaiser family foundation Workers who were Hispanic and black are more worried than workers who are white and people with lower incomes who tend to be in jobs that don't have paid time off if they get sick They were much more worried about missing work if they were infected with COVID than people with higher incomes And the number of hourly workers out sick has spiked in January says Dave gilbertson at payroll processor UK G which is a marketplace underwriter especially in education and healthcare Folks that aren't working in hospital necessarily but they're at skilled nursing facilities and home health and hospice critical care workers are getting sick and much higher numbers Sentiment about the pandemic continues to skew political in the latest Kaiser family foundation poll A majority of Democrats say COVID-19 is the country's biggest problem for the largest share of Republicans it's rising prices I'm.

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Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:16 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kaiser family foundation" discussed on Morning Edition

"The FTSE in London is down one and two tenths percent Dow S&P and NASDAQ futures are also all down in the one to four tenths percent range with the Dow future down a 158 points The ten year treasury yield is at 1.836% On average over the past week a 151,000 people were hospitalized with COVID each day That is more than last January but it appears to be reaching a peak total cases in the U.S. did peak about a week ago And now we have an update on how people are thinking about this search A new poll from the Kaiser family foundation finds that Americans are less worried about the personal danger of getting sick than in previous waves of the pandemic but people are still plenty concerned about missing work because of COVID and how the pandemic has affected the economy overall Marketplace is Mitchell Hartman has more The pandemic is still causing considerable anxiety about the economy and jobs says Liz Hamill at the Kaiser family foundation Workers who were Hispanic and black are more worried than workers who were white and people with lower incomes who tend to be in jobs that don't have paid time off if they get sick They were much more worried about missing work if they were infected with COVID than people with higher incomes And the number of hourly workers out sick has spiked in January says Dave gilbertson at payroll processor UK which is a marketplace underwriter especially in education and healthcare Folks that aren't working in hospital necessarily but they're at skilled nursing facilities and home health and hospice critical care workers are getting sick and much higher numbers Sentiment about the pandemic continues to skew political in the latest Kaiser family foundation poll A majority of Democrats say COVID-19 is the country's biggest problem for the largest share of Republicans it's rising prices I'm Mitchell.

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COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine campaign expands to elementary-age children

"Even as they recommended cold with nineteen shots for kids between five and eleven CDC advisers acknowledge some parents may still be hesitant Dr Helen Talbot says her older kids are already vaccinated because she believes the doses are safe and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way the doctor Beth bell knows there are still concerns and questions and we really encourage people to ask their providers recent Kaiser family foundation survey found nearly two thirds of parents want to either wait I'm getting kids vaccinated or won't do it at all and she voted to approve shots for five to eleven year olds CDC advisor product make Nalley urged parents to look at the numbers at least ninety four of those kids have died from Colgate nineteen I am really doing that to prevent number ninety five Sager remained on the Washington

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FDA paves way for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in young kids

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

FDA paves way for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in young kids

"Millions more American kids could be eligible for covert nineteen vaccinations next week the food and drug administration has cleared Pfizer's vaccine for children ages five to eleven they would get kids size doses of Florida what's given to teens and adults the CDC next week will formally recommend just who should get them after some FDA advisers said vaccination should be targeted to those kids at a higher risk and that not all children need them a recent Kaiser family foundation survey suggested most parents will not rush to get their children vaccinated right away Sager mag on the Washington

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:32 min | 3 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Him from the underground command post Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building We have once again made contact with our leader Love then 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three one one All right You know one of the things that's done a lot on TV and radio is complaining and whining And of course talking So I got the thinking With respect to the vaccinations What can people do about it If they have a religious objection Or if they've already been subjected to the virus and have natural immunity What can be done Apart from drama apart from threats apart from destroying people's lives and I want to start off by saying this You can sue the hell out of your employer You can sue the hell out of your employer depending on your circumstances and the circumstances at that company First of all I tried to find a situation where the federal government Has ever passed a law mandating the use of vaccinations I didn't find a single one I didn't find a single one Because that's a state police power A state police power Regardless of people arguing well you know the virus is across state lines That's fine Do you know why Joe Biden hasn't yet issued A mandate Has turned to osha It's because he doesn't have the authority to issue a national mandate There is no statutory authority whatsoever It's never been done They still have not issued His executive order based on Osha regulations Because it wouldn't pass muster That's number one Federal government has no statutory authority None The issue a national mandate So that's number one Number two there's an excellent piece that was written by a professor by the name of I'm looking Ken Terry About the Kaiser family foundation and what they learned the legality of vaccination mandates The Kaiser family foundation or KFF report addressed the broader question of whether COVID-19 vaccination vaccination mandates are legal Which entities can require people to be vaccinated The federal government's authority to mandate vaccinations of any kind is limited The public health service act authorizes the secretary of Health and Human Services to adopt quarantine and isolation measures to stop the spread of disease among states But doesn't even mention vaccine mandates General vaccine excuse me are generally within the purview of state and local governments with the federal government but playing a supporting role The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a state vaccine mandate over a century ago the Jacobs in case 1905 but that's based on the state's police power In that case a local law we talked about this a month ago required all adults to be vaccinated against small parks during an outbreak All states today require vaccinations for school attendance The Supreme Court has endorsed those laws but those are state laws Some states also require adults to be vaccinated but these laws are very limited The report said current state vaccination laws for adults are focused on healthcare workers and patients in healthcare facilities rather than the general population And these state mandates generally require that the healthcare workers be offered certain vaccines and some required documentation employee vaccination status But the report didn't say that any states require these workers to be vaccinated This is why so many people are upset What's being done today has never been done in American history Has never been done In American history Period Now I want to pull up some other points here That I think are very important I looked at some other reports said professors or a sort of experts in this area Scott Bonvoy is a editor in chief of the national constitution center He points out several federal laws allow for vaccine exemptions for employees based on religious beliefs There would be title 7 of the Civil Rights Act in 1964 and the disability status under title one of the Americans with disabilities act And the U.S. equal employment opportunity commission confirmed these exemptions in May of 2021 federal EEO laws do not prevent an employer from requiring all employees physically entering the workplace to be vaccinated for COVID-19 So long as employers comply with the reasonable accommodation provisions of the ADA and title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of 64 and other EEO considerations The commission said in a statement Of an employer has a blanket vaccination requirement And doesn't consider or just makes the appearance of considering but not substantively consider legitimate medical and religious grounds For challenging the employer's mandate the employer has violated As well as potentially the Civil Rights Act in 1964 or depending on the issue the Americans with disabilities act if it's a medical issue So there's that What else I told you about the guidance From the EEOC I told you that's being done by organizations today has never been done before But what I also want you to know is a number of states have created laws protecting religious rights beyond the First Amendment Florida and Texas for example allow parents to opt their children out of school vaccinations Citing deeply held religious beliefs are philosophical opposition 21 states have religious freedom laws prohibiting even minimal interference with residents right to practice their faith In states with these laws legislatures may need to amend the statute to avoid challenges and allow for universal vaccination mandates for adults In other words the key is to look at the state law requirements So you have two courses here Two courses here Number one the federal equal employment opportunity commission And the use of the Civil Rights Act in 1964 in the Americans with disability acts again depending on what your situation is That's number one And number two under.

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Biden: Nearly 3M Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-Up

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Biden: Nearly 3M Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-Up

"The White House is touting an increase in the number of people who signed up for health care insurance over the summer president Biden says an all time high of twelve point two million people are now covered under the affordable Care Act and the Kaiser family foundation says that with most states expanding Medicaid for low income adults the two components cover about twenty seven million people by denounce the two point eight million consumers took advantage of a special six month period to sign up for private health insurance that was made more affordable under the covert nineteen relief law subsidies that kicked in an April help trim premiums by about sixty seven dollars a month by the called on Congress to do more to lower healthcare costs the next regular season sign up with the health care doc of market place starts on November first Jennifer king Washington

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Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

Business Wars Daily

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs

"The early months of the pandemic people who were hospitalized for covert nineteen infections and had private insurance could be reasonably sure. They wouldn't end up with crushing medical bills analysis. By the kaiser family foundation were kf f found that in november of last year nearly ninety percent of people with insurance had their co pays co insurance or deductible costs waived if they had been hospitalized for a covert nineteen infection but the times. They are a changing last week. Blue cross blue shield of michigan announced that it will no longer cover all costs related to cova treatment. Starting october first hospitalized patients will be responsible for copays deductibles and co insurance for treatment of the virus. The insurer will still cover. All vaccination costs making them free to members including booster shots. The insurance company is the latest join a growing number of private insurers who were taking similar action now that vaccines are widespread and cova treatment so expensive. Insurers are holding patients responsible for their share of the costs again. Blue cross blue shield research found that the average cost for a hospitalized. Couvert nineteen patient could be as high as forty five thousand dollars. That quickly soared to over one hundred thousand dollars if the patient was in the icu. In a report out this month. Kf analyzed the two largest health plans in each state and washington dc which includes companies like kaiser cigna and united health. All of them had waived out of pocket costs at some point during the pandemic most have stopped doing so or will in the near future by the end of the nearly all will have ended such waivers. There are a few holdouts like humana which will continue cova coverage for its medicare advantage members. According to a report by fox business

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Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

"And here's You want Fantino laughing down. And, of course, his country. Music star Reba McEntire tested positive for Covid 19. She announced the news on Tiktok. She and her boyfriend both tested positive. And they both were fully vaccinated. It is known, of course as a breakthrough infection by the way, according to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation. In late July, the rate of breakthrough cases reported among those fully vaccinated well below 1% in all the reporting states. I sure do you

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Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

Kottke Ride Home

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Call For US Federal Government To Make Vaccination Mandatory for Air Travel

"A quick link over on cocky dot org yesterday. That really got me thinking. It's a piece in the atlantic by juliet. Kayem former assistant secretary for homeland security. During the obama administration basically arguing that the us federal government should make it a requirement for people to be vaccinated in order to travel on airplanes now while she cops that most airplanes filtration systems make transmission on the plane itself fairly rare. The bigger concern she says is transmission in airports and then wherever people are traveling to pointing out that the whole reason for international travel bans is to reduce spreads so is in our huge country with disparate state governments at similar risk and according to a recent new york times and kaiser family foundation pull that she shared forty one percent of people who said they were waiting to see about getting a vaccine would get one if they had to do so to travel even eleven percent of respondents who were entirely opposed to getting. The vaccine said they'd be swayed by travel ban quoting. I am the public debate. Making vaccination a precondition for travel employment and other activities as described this approach as vaccine mandates a term that to critics suggests that unvaccinated people are being ordered around arbitrarily. What is actually going on. Mostly is that institutions are shifting burdens to unvaccinated people denying them access to certain spaces requiring them to take regular cove in nineteen tests charging them for the cost of that testing rather than imposing greater burdens on everyone americans still have a choice to go unvaccinated but that means giving up on certain societal benefits. Nobody has a constitutional right to attend the lion. King on broadway or work at disney or walmart employers and entertainment venues are realizing that they can operate more easily without the hassle of planning around unvaccinated employees and customers

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

"The Kaiser Family Foundation says the government is clearly pulling out the stops to get this implemented in a timely manner, adding that surprise billing has been at the top of the list when it comes to patients worries. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden will lead a naturalization ceremony at the White House today to focus on his push for more pathways to citizenship. To kick off the independent stay. Holiday weekend 21 immigrants will be sworn in as citizens at the White House. President Biden will use the event to propose citizenship for migrants who were brought to the U. S illegally as Children for those with temporary protected status because of strife in their home countries and for farm workers. That's according to an administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Biden and congressional Democrats Have already proposed an immigration overhaul that includes an eight year pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people in the U S illegally. Jackie Quinn, Washington Search resumes near Miami. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says plans are being made to possibly demolish what is left. Of a 12 story condo building that partially collapsed a week ago. The search was suspended early this morning over fears that the pile of rubble and other parts of the building were becoming more on stable, The mayor tells w. P L G resumed our search and rescue efforts..

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

"The Kaiser Family Foundation says the government is clearly pulling out the stops to get this implemented in a timely manner, adding that surprise billing has been at the top of the list when it comes to patients worries. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden will lead a naturalization ceremony at the White House today to focus on his push for more pathways to citizenship. To kick off the independent stay. Holiday weekend 21 immigrants will be sworn in as citizens at the White House. President Biden will use the event to propose citizenship for migrants who were brought to the U. S illegally as Children for those with temporary protected status because of strife in their home countries and for farm workers. That's according to an administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Biden and congressional Democrats Have already proposed an immigration overhaul that includes an eight year pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people in the U S illegally. Jackie Quinn, Washington Search resumes near Miami. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniel Levine Cava says plans are being made to possibly demolish what is left. Of a 12 story condo building that partially collapsed a week ago. The search was suspended early this morning over fears that the pile of rubble and other parts of the building were becoming more on stable, The mayor tells w. P L.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on AP News

"The Kaiser Family Foundation says the government is clearly pulling out the stops to get this implemented in a timely manner, adding that surprise billing has been at the top of the list when it comes to patients worries. Jackie Quinn Washington President Biden will lead a naturalization ceremony at the White House today to focus on his push for more pathways to citizenship. To kick off the independent stay. Holiday weekend 21 immigrants will be sworn in as citizens at the White House. President Biden will use the event to propose citizenship for migrants who were brought to the U. S illegally as Children for those with temporary protected status because of strife in their home countries and for farm workers. That's according to an administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Biden and congressional Democrats Have already proposed an immigration overhaul that includes an eight year pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people in the U S illegally. Jackie Quinn Washington Miami Search I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsman in Miami Dade officials looking into the possibility of having to tear down the remainder of the 12 storey condo building that suffered a partial collapse so we could go today. 18 people are known dead. Another 145 still missing. The search was called off for most of the Day to day over concerns about the safety of the debris and the still standing portion fire and rescue chief Alan Kaminsky. There's a lot of hard work and effort that we've been putting in.

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Trump-Era Law on Surprise Medical Bills Advances Under Biden

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Trump-Era Law on Surprise Medical Bills Advances Under Biden

"The bite in the administration is pushing forward on a trump administration law to protect consumers from surprise medical bills for federal agencies have written out new protections for insured patients to prevent surprise billing and medical emergencies and from out of network doctors the surprise billing law takes effect in January removing patients from the financial equation and limiting what they can be billed for out of network services the Kaiser family foundation says the government is clearly pulling out the stops to get this implemented in a timely manner adding that surprise billing has been at the top of the list when it comes to patients worries Jackie Quinn Washington

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:56 min | 7 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Biden tweeted that the ruling was a big win and the law remains as ever. A B F D Over the past decade, The law has reshaped the entire insurance industry and provides coverage for more than 30 million Americans. But President Trump vowed to repeal it. And with three new conservative justices he appointed now on the Supreme Court. 18 Red States took another swing, arguing once again that the law exceeded Congress's powers. It was a third strike their worst defeat yet a 72 ruling throwing the lawsuit out of court. Four of the court's conservatives, including Trump Appointees, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney. Barrett joined Justice Stephen Breyer is majority opinion, which said the states had no grounds to challenge it because they have failed to show it cause them any harm. Georgia was one of the states suing on this latest attempt to overturn the affordable care act. What's the long term effect for the peace state now that the Supreme courts upheld the law for the third time, Andy Miller is the CEO and editor of Georgia Health News. Well, I think it's good news. Uh, if you if you think about the fact that there are 500,000 or close to it people covered under the sea, a health insurance exchange. Those are people that don't have employer or government coverage. Who gets single Get individual or family coverage through Obamacare. Then you think about all the people with pre existing conditions. Who have been protected under the A. C a from insurance companies, charging them more for that health condition or actually not even offering a policy to them. There's also a lot of people with kids up to the age of 26, who have been covered. By the parents employer plan through the so a lot of good stuff in this Bill or in this law that was passed in 2010. And I think the Supreme Court again for the third time affirmed its, uh the law. It's the law of the land. President Biden reacting to the ruling and harking back to his infamous hot mic comment, he said today this this is a This is a B F D and we won't talk about what the F means there. But he's moving ahead. In fact, this about this covid 19 relief bill. Will significantly increase subsidies for private health plans and, well, things look like they're looking up for Georgians, even though we don't have universal Medicaid expansion in Georgia. That's correct. Uh, Scag Day. The Biden administration really up the, uh, the subsidies for people in the exchange? Uh, At the same time, they offered new incentives for states like Georgia to expand the Medicaid program. George is one of 12 states that have not done so. And there's there's new incentives that for the first two years of Georgia decided to expand Medicaid it would met. $700 million under a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis. I'm glad you mentioned that because there was a time not too long ago, Andy, where it looked like the affordable care act coverage was collapsing in Georgia. We're down to one provider and many of the districts. What's the status of it now or more people enthusiastic about it, and they are they getting a good deal? Well, I think that this new subsidy has really making a difference, particularly in people and kind of the middle range of that insurance exchange in terms of income and people at the high end. Who did not get a subsidy or now getting a subsidy for the first time, so I and I think there's more insurance companies now offering coverage. Uh, rather As before years ago, it was there was really a scarcity and in some areas may be only one plan one insurance plan in some parts of the state. Now there's There's pretty good competition, especially in metro Atlanta. That is good news for a lot of folks. You've been covering the Medicaid waiver process that George has been going through for some time. Where does that stand? And how does this ruling affect that? If any Well, I don't. I don't think directly. It does I I think it's kind of in limbo right now. The the Camp Administration has said that they're planning for a July First implementation. But the feds have been pretty critical of what the state has proposed, especially looking at the work requirement where someone like one of these low income adults have to either work or volunteer or do education. 80 hours a month. The feds have have basically said no to that in other states, and it would be very surprising if they did let Georgia have that. Requirement and start the waiver has its outlined currently. Andy Miller's here. 30 on Health News in Georgia with Georgia Health news, So it's good to catch up with you. Thanks for spending this time with us. Thanks, Scott. Great to be here. This is Atlanta's morning news Sunday edition. I'm Scott Slade this past week was named National Dog Bite Awareness Week by the United States Postal Service nearly 6000 postal workers bitten last year, It was a pandemic puppy crush more Americans than ever own dogs now. How can you avoid being bitten? We'll have an expert Carl Coppolino is a certified master trainer and canine behavioral specialists with four decades of experience, give us the big three things that folks can do to avoid being attacked by a dog. Got the most important thing is, If a dog comes to attack, you must control the situation. You have to take control. That's the last thing an aggressive dog expect. So there's three things you did right off the bat one. You must break the dogs, man set. The best way to do that is to Get your hands in a popping this position. We're throwing your arm out in your palm up and killing the dog back back back in a very loud and forceful voice. You know, it's scream at the dog. You just put your hand toward them and tell them back. They're not expecting that. Second thing you do is you have to stabilize yourself. And you're doing all this within a few seconds and you do that by turning sideways. Bad ways gives you more stability. That's how boxers operate. Help people operate the self defense. It also makes you less of a target. Third thing it does is it makes you less threatening. Well, don't you want to be more threatening? No, You don't want to provoke a dog fight. You want to prevent a dogfight? The third thing you do is you deflect the dog? Well, how do you do that? You get their attention on something else. And the best way to do that is to grab a shoe pop off one of your shoes. Lost it towards the dog. The dog typically will take it up, Start shaking it made and take off. They love the smell and texture of a human shoe. That's one of the first things they eat when they're growing up as a puppy. So those are the big 3 38 years. We have never had a client hurt. Well, Carl, what happens if you're attacked? I mean, what should you do? If the dog is actually now is not responding in in in in any kind of positive way. How do you deflect deflected attack of a dog gets his mouth on you? Well, if it targets his mouth on you. You do what you normally wouldn't do instinctively, and that is you Don't start pulling your arm or your leg away from the dock. That makes the dog Brandon even more and get a hold of you. Way you can get rid of them to two methods. One you actually push into the dog with your arm or your leg? That's typically where the advice that's called feeding a bike. The dog will gag and you have a split second to get your Body parts out of there and turn around and get the dog as hard as you can. You want to keep your hit him and those are in the gut. Those are the two most vulnerable spots. The other thing is, if a dog's got a hold of you and the head is up close to you. You grab their front, Paul, and you twisted as if you're going to break it off. That front part is a Very, very sensitive part of a dog, and it will bring the largest dog to the ground when you twist it like that. You have actually testified a dog bite trials. Your recognize expert around the country. Speak to just second that the dog owner responsibilities well, what kind of legal trouble Or could you be? And if your dog winds up attacking someone else? Well dogged by claims right now in the Atlantic area average about $50,000 per claim they run as high as a million dollars..

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Medicare Copays for New Alzheimer's Drug Could Reach $11,500

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Medicare Copays for New Alzheimer's Drug Could Reach $11,500

"A new drug it's been shown to reduce clumps of plaque in the brain could become the most costly medication covered by Medicare add your home from drugmaker Biogen is the first new Alzheimer's medication in nearly twenty years the company's price the intravenous medication at fifty six thousand dollars a year a new analysis from the Kaiser family foundation says the cost of the drug would raise Medicare premiums broadly and that some older patients could be looking at co payments of about eleven thousand five hundred dollars annually Medicare hasn't made a formal determination on covering at your home the Kaiser report estimated that it just happened million Medicare recipients are prescribed the drug it'll cost the program nearly twenty nine billion dollars a year the drug has sparked controversy over its price tag and questionable benefits several members of an FDA advisory panel that oppose the drug resigned over the agency's decision to approve it I'm Jennifer king

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Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

News, Traffic and Weather

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Nurses Have Been Hit Hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Podcast. APP mic over 19 pandemic has pushed many local nurses to the verge of burnout. Washington Post Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that three out of 10 Healthcare workers have considered getting out of the field. Almost Suzanne Font takes a closer look at the ongoing nursing shortage. We asked the Department of Health exactly how seriously nursing shortages but they haven't been able to give us exact numbers. What we do know is there's about 140,000 licensed nurses in Washington state, and the nursing shortage has been exacerbated by the pandemic. Samantha Conley is a nurse at Harborview Medical Center in Trauma and PTSD is going to really start to build up and I really worried that we're gonna come up on a big deflation of the profession. Clinton Hospital Association says it has worked with the state to expedite licensing for nurses from other states and new graduate nurses. The group also has asked the state to move those patients that don't need to be in the hospital to care centers to free up more nurses. Hospitals also continue to rely on travel nurses for help, but

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Kaiser Family Foundation survey from last month, said nearly three in 10. Republicans say they don't want a vaccine. The shares greater among rural Republican men, 35% of whom don't want to get a vaccine. Are you satisfied with the way that your party leaders are talking about the vaccine? Well, I don't like that. This is a party issue. You know, the data is what it is. We have some people who don't want we don't really worry about those people who are adamant on say they don't want Those are not percentage persuadable people, the people that we can get, and I'm seeing this and my wife ran. I've been out. I think the 37 38 different vaccination sites that's fascinating to talk to people who are getting vaccinated. On. You know you you run into people who have held back, but they're there Many times is there because their spouse has asked them to go many times of there the other day down Cincinnati when I was this Vaccination site. I think we ran into two people The the sons had brought the fathers and so your family members are very influential. And you know your personal doctor more than a national doctor. More than somebody you see on TV. It's the personal doctor, so we're You know, really putting a lot of emphasis. Now getting this faxing out to primary care physicians, pediatricians, a swell Governor in the moments we have remaining, I want to shift gears, and I want to ask you about how you see your party's leadership right now. The House of Representatives will vote tomorrow on whether to remove Liz Cheney from her position is conference chair. Voting on this because Cheney told the truth about the outcome of the 2020 election. You also recognized Joe Biden after he won the election. Many of your colleagues in the party did not if Cheney is removed, what do you think it says about the future of your party? Look, Let me be blunt. I'm focused every single day in Ohio about saving lives and getting Ohio moving forward. And, you know, I watched the news just like everybody else does. My my responsibility as governor of the state is to lead their state and to do it. We've done it in a non political way. We've done it in a way where we focused on the science. That's really what I'm what I'm focused on every single day. Um, I'll go back to what one of my mentors. George, born of it said, Uh, I was his lieutenant governor, and he always used to tell me, Mikey says, if if we govern well, We do what we should do. The politics will take care of itself. We'll have to leave their Ohio governor Mike DeWine, We appreciate your time, sir. God be with you. Thank you. Mm hmm. The results of China's census are in Can we just pause for a moment to think about the amazing task of counting around 1.4 billion people? This sense? This is the first in a decade, and it shows the population grew more slowly than it has in around 40 years. NPR's Emily Fang tells us why that matters. For weeks leading up to today is much delayed announcement There was widespread speculation the total population might drop for the first time in about 60 years. The financial Times put out a report in April, claiming just that. Prompting China Statistics Bureau to issue a curt statement saying China's population had risen and it would release the data later. So today. There was a lot of anticipation about this normally routine survey here's means Deidre, who needs China Statistics Bureau, uncle Good sister. He says the total population of them in China is 1.41 billion people on Lee 72 million more than a decade before. It's the slowest growth since China implemented its one child policy restrictions never appealed that limited every family to having just one child starting in the late 19 seventies. One child policy is now the two child policy, as in most families can have up to two Children, But few families are. That's because child care costs are rising and changing. Social mores are lowering early marriage rates, boosting divorce and pushing back When people want Children, fewer people, especially of working age, it's a problem for economic growth. Trying to 16 above population was the fastest growing demographic group in the last decade. Here's Ning again Bullshit, dango, Lonely Hearts and Jean Charles. The level of aging within our societies continues to deepening, says which means China continues to face the pressure of having to maintain population sustainability. And more aging means less money going into the state pension to support more elderly people. And if you were.

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NPR Health Correspondent, Allison Aubrey, on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids

Short Wave

02:02 min | 9 months ago

NPR Health Correspondent, Allison Aubrey, on the COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids

"Aubrey. We've been hearing for weeks now that this age group twelve to fifteen year olds are next. What do we know about how the vaccine works for them. Scherer we'll scientist at the fda have been reviewing the clinical trial data that included more than two thousand kids and it appears to be all positive children in this age. Group develop a lot of antibodies. They have very mild side effects and pfizer says older participants in the trial will continue to be monitored for long term protection and safety for an additional two years got it so as far as efficacy and side effects are concerned it's basically affecting them just like it as adults. Yeah pretty much so. I spoke to patricia stench field. She is a nonvoting member of. Cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations she says from what's been released so far. The vaccine appears to be very effective than this age. Group seems to be one hundred percent effective. No child in the study. How on that. Twelve to fifteen year old. Adolescence got kobe. Very few kids. Got a fever. Many had arm pain just like adults and stints field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks. That's kind of incredible one hundred percent effective right. And that's what was shown in the trial setting now in the real world. We might come to find out. Isn't one hundred percent but certainly early suggests it's very very effective but it appears that some parents are hesitant to get this vaccine for their kids. Right yes a recent survey from the kaiser family foundation found only three in ten parents of children in this age groups they would they would get their child vaccinated as soon as the vaccine is available. Many say they'll wait now. I spoke to dr li beers about this. She's the president of the american academy of pediatrics. She says she's not surprised that there's hesitancy out there. And she says pediatricians are going to be working really hard in the coming weeks and months to reassure parents and help answer questions.

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The Pandemic Is Taking Its Toll on Health Care Workers

Short Wave

01:56 min | 9 months ago

The Pandemic Is Taking Its Toll on Health Care Workers

"A year ago when the pandemic hit the united states took to argue even solid was working. As a researcher stanford university solace is a surgeon but wasn't practicing medicine at the time but seeing the need for doctors in new york city flew there in april of last year to volunteer her time at hospital. Working in the icu. Now remember spring of two thousand twenty. It was still the early days of the pandemic and new york was the first city in the united states to be hit so hard all my feelings and thoughts were by far by the people. Dying wasn't much in terms of treatment for covid. Nineteen at the time and the number of people getting hospitalized and dying was climbing fast almost every day for almost every patient. I'm calling saying there is no improvement and maybe things are worse right from the start of the pandemic healthcare workers have stepped up beyond what many of them were trained to do so to say that this past year has been stressful for them is an understatement for me. I think it's mostly been anxiety. I think that i've had Definitely tendencies toward depression. And i have seen a therapist in the last six months or so. A recent poll by the kaiser family foundation and the washington post found that about six in ten healthcare workers a struggling with mental health issues as a result of the stress of the pandemic more than half say they're burnt out which is a response to chronic stress at work. One of the things that has come out of my time in the icu has been a need for more connection with people. I think when we see people dying every day We need some reassurance that that there is

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COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands to 16 and over in NY

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00:43 sec | 10 months ago

COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands to 16 and over in NY

"I'm Julie Walker New York Maryland and Delaware expand vaccine eligibility today to anyone over sixteen with some other states joining the push later this month for New York which just lowered the age to thirty last week that's a major expansion of eligibility as the state seeks to immunize as many people as possible over thirty states have already expanded vaccine eligibility to include anyone over sixteen according to the Kaiser family foundation's analysis of state websites teens age sixteen and seventeen will be limited to receiving the pies are vaccine since that's the only one authorized for those under eighteen as of yet there no vaccines approved for kids under sixteen I'm Julie Walker

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Vaccine enthusiasm continues to rise among US adults, poll shows

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00:57 sec | 10 months ago

Vaccine enthusiasm continues to rise among US adults, poll shows

"Are open to getting a covert 19 vaccine about six in 10 U. S Adults say they've already received at least one shot or want to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Will stone is more on a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation. The poll found that with each month goes by more people in the US are ready to get their shot of a covert vaccine. Only about 17% of people now say they want to wait and see before being vaccinated in January, That number was over 30%, according to the Kaiser report. What's also striking is that this growing enthusiasm happened across all racial and ethnic groups. That shift was highest among black adults. Still, about one in five Americans either say they definitely won't get vaccinated or will only do so. If it's required by their work school or for other activities. The group most likely to answer they don't want to be vaccinated were Republicans and white evangelical Christians for NPR news? I'm will stone An

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The New Campaign To Remedy COVID-19 Vaccine Doubt Within Black Communities Online

All Things Considered

04:14 min | 11 months ago

The New Campaign To Remedy COVID-19 Vaccine Doubt Within Black Communities Online

"Of ad campaigns aimed at promoting vaccines in debunking myths about them. Last week, the Ad Council launched its ad featuring four former presidents, including Barack Obama. You will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly disease. Biden administration plans to ramp up its own vaccination campaign in the coming weeks. Many of these campaigns and to reach a black community hit hard by both covert 19 and disinformation. NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports. As far back is nine months ago, pediatrician and health activist Rhea Boyd noticed Social Media Post citing false information about the safety of vaccines in development before any of the vaccines had reached emergency use authorization. We already saw that disinformation targeting black communities online, the State Department since blamed Russian intelligence operatives for spreading some of those rumors. But at the time, Boyd says, it wasn't clear where it was coming from, You know, it would just look like a user with sow seeds of doubt. It doesn't look like a campaign for misinformation. It looks like a bunch of users who are sharing their own conversations about what they think about the vaccine and what seems like insider information boy decided to push back with her own campaign. She framed hers, too, as a conversation, one based on questions, her family and neighbors were already asking, she says Many of the questions people have about vaccines are universal. But many people in communities of color can't get answers because they lack access to medical care. Boyd works with the Kaiser Family Foundation and historically black colleges. This month, they posted a syriza videos, including one featuring comedian Kamau Bell, posing questions to black medical professionals. First question the vaccine happened fast, like

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Medicaid incentive so far not enough to sway holdout states

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00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Medicaid incentive so far not enough to sway holdout states

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting states that chose not to expand Medicaid don't seem swayed by incentives of the new coronavirus relief package and enticement included in the new coronavirus relief bill passed by Congress and signed by president Joe Biden offers an increase in the federal government share of costs in the regular Medicaid program the bump would last two years for states joining Medicaid expansion but an Associated Press survey of top Republican lawmakers in the twelve states that have held out fines they aren't changing course Medicaid which is jointly funded by the federal government and the states provides health care coverage for low income Americans according to the Kaiser family foundation in the twelve states that haven't expanded Medicaid there are about two point two million people whose incomes fall below the poverty line Mike Crossey out Washington

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CDC launches VaccineFinder tool to locate COVID-19 vaccine providers

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 1 year ago

CDC launches VaccineFinder tool to locate COVID-19 vaccine providers

"19 vaccine, But you can't find one help could be on the way. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just launched an online search tool in partnership with Boston Children's Hospital. Help people identify which facilities have supplies of the vaccine. It's called vaccine finder dot org's. This initial launch is limited to certain providers in most states, NPR's Selena Simmons, Duffin has details. When you put in your zip code at vaccine, find her dot org's. You see an interactive map showing local pharmacies that get Cove in 19 vaccine doses from the federal government. You also see whether they have doses in stock. If you live in Alaska, Indiana, Iowa or Tennessee, you're in luck. Because in those states, the maps show more places administering Cove in 19 vaccines. Not just pharmacies, but private hospitals and clinics and public health sites, ideas to show vaccine providers that are open to the public. How to contact them how to book an appointment. And kind of show the daily inventory status of people are clearing where there's vaccine and where there isn't That's John Brownstein, the founder of Vaccine Finder and chief information officer at Boston Children's Hospital, he says. After this initial launch, more providers in more places are expected to join in in the coming days and weeks. That scene finder is actually not new. It began nine years ago. It all started after each one. Anyone where we want to figure out how to provide the population with the best possible insights and where vaccine was in their communities, and since then We have been building this platform usually showing people where to get the seasonal flu shot or travel vaccines, Bronstein says. In recent months, a team of about three dozen people has been working feverishly to launch this tool toe work for people looking for covert 19 vaccines. While navigating the fact that at this moment, vaccine supplies relatively low and eligibility is limited, both of which constrained how useful the tool is. In case the Kaiser Family Foundation says she wishes this tool had been around a few weeks ago. In the meantime, many states have created their own provider maps people can use, and that's added to this confusing patchwork. This idea has a lot of potential, but I think there's still some questions about what will it be like in practice. There are also concerns about how many providers will put their information on vaccine finder and whether the providers will really update their inventory every 24 hours. I've seen finders John Brown seen acknowledges. This is not a silver bullet. What we're trying to do is add a resource into the mix to help consumers. Of course not all problems get solved with a new website. And he says they have partnerships to put vaccine find her info about where vaccine providers are located and who has shot's available in lots of different places online from Google maps to the traffic app ways too Good are ex, so it's not just about coming in the website, but meeting consumers where they are. Are on making sure that anybody who's looking for a vaccine knows where to find them. The supply of Corona virus vaccine doses is growing. The Biden administration says it's now sending out over 16 million doses a week and increase of more than 70% since inauguration. Assuming that trend continues, more shots will be available and more providers like clinics and even doctors. Offices will be able to begin distributing vaccine doses as well. So people can look forward to a time when Cove in 19 vaccine doses are abundant and everyone is eligible. And you might even be able to ask your smart speaker to find a clinic nearby with vaccine doses and stock and head over to get your shot. Selena Simmons Duffin

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Thousands of service members are saying no to COVID-19 vaccine

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of service members are saying no to COVID-19 vaccine

"Million a month ago. The Pentagon is trying to find ways to increase the number of military members agreeing to the shots by the thousands. Troops are refusing to take the vaccine or putting it off. A recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey found. Military resistance is around 50%, which the joint Staff stop doctor says mirrors that of the general population. Military services say they're working to knock down wild Internet rumors about the vaccine side effects, but they do think they found one potential way to sell the vaccine. A chance to deploy sailors on ships heading to see last week. We're choosing to get vaccinated at rates higher

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860AM The Answer

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Helps affordable health factors. Put it in a high risk A great don't really, really what was really curious, So I'm not that worried about people the opportunity to get a higher score turns down one less person in front of them in line for the people who really want to get it right now. Polls reveal a sizable portion of the population plans to refuse the vaccine. I'm scratching my head there just too many people don't trust the government, but at what cost and what can be done. We're sailing host Mike Gallagher. More than half of Americans say they will refuse. Or delay. Getting a coded 19 vaccine. While the number of U. S residents who want the vaccine has crept up since December. 51% remain hesitant or downright opposed to getting their shots. This is a poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation. And I guess I suspect it's probably Pretty right. I believe there's a big big percent of Americans who don't wanna get my friends. You're gonna get it. Have him like that. And I don't think this is my job to talk into it. I'm gonna try talking to it because ultimately We are facing something that to elect officials Taken end ripped the country apart and traditional country damn not really floored Governor Romney's answers. Um, coverage. We have a few days ago that I wanted to share with you. Because a lot of this has been short of a tale of many. Governors. Red States, Blue states. Now it's too bad. That's regrettable. That shouldn't be political. Unfortunately, it has become political. And when people argue well, it's the Republicans who've made it political Republicans. Have Messed up the coronavirus response. Governor to Sanchez points out lockdowns have been messed up is well, And that, of course, has been uniquely Implemented by Democrat governors. Order also lead and continues to lead on protecting the lively hoods of our people. While so many other states kept locking people down, Florida lifted people up. We believe every job is essential. You work in a restaurant, we have your back. If you are hair stylists,.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King and I'm Steve Inskeep. It is abruptly a dramatic moment for democracy somewhere other than the United States as we are reporting elsewhere, Myanmar's military staged a military coup using election fraud is their pretext and in Russia. Many people spent the weekend demanding the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Human rights activists say more than 5000 people were arrested nationwide. Navalny you'll recall was arrested in January after returning from Germany, where he had been recovering from a poison attack that he blames on the Kremlin. NPR's Lucian Kim is in Moscow and was at the protest in the Russian capital. Hey there, Lucy in Good morning, Steve. What did you see? Well yesterday, the police didn't take any chances, and they simply sealed off the entire downtown area. They closed metro stations blocked off sidewalks to pedestrians, and they flooded the streets with riot police and police trucks. So the protesters responded to that and change their tactics and just walked around the city center in large groups of people. Hardly anybody I met wanted to admit that they were protesting since the penalties for unauthorized rallies are really severe. I spoke to one protester, he said his name was Andrej Cat Cough. He's a 27 year old manager in a trading company. I'm just well can No, it's my city and the I just want to have some time outside. That's my right, he said. For him, this was not only a conflict between President Vladimir Putin and Alexei Navalny, he said. It was much bigger, he said. It's about a clash of generations between people who grew up in the Soviet Union and young people like him with open minds. We are now living in another country. We have another mentality. No Soviet mentality more. You represents a growing number of Russians who don't have any memory of politics in the pre Putin era, and right now they're feeling very frustrated and boxed in. I'm kind of enjoying the idea of a protester just saying I just happened to be out for a walk, Mr Kim, along with thousands of other people, but it's clear from what you said that there was a big police presence. Does the Kremlin genuinely feel threatened here? Well, first of all, we should emphasize that these protests took place in many towns and cities across Russia, which is hugely significant because in the past, they've mostly been concentrated in large urban areas. This protest is truly national, and there are arrests in dozens of cities, including in the conservative Russian Heartland that has traditionally been very loyal to Putin. The Kremlin is extremely sensitive about this, and that's why we saw so many arrests. They're really just trying to scare people off the streets. But to its own constituents, the Kremlin is trying to project confidence state television eyes downplaying the size of the protests and trying To portray them as isolated actions, and the Russian Foreign Ministry is actually accusing the United States of interfering in Russian politics. It's really angry that the State Department has expressed its support for Russians right to demonstrate peacefully and these kind of statements, of course, give the Russian authorities a good opportunity to blame outsiders for stirring up. These protests were very briefly who's in the opposition and what comes next for them? Well, The Russian opposition is very defused. And these protests represent more than just support from Navalny as we heard from that young man. Kremlin's cracking down on Navalny's allies inside the country. Navalny's team outside the country is still in charge of these protests. Navalny has a court date tomorrow and Navalny's team using social media eyes calling on people to show up at the court tomorrow morning, Lucy and thanks for the update, really appreciate it. Thanks, Steve. That's NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow. Americans in general are becoming more willing to get the cove in 19 vaccine. That's according to a new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation. But Brenda Leone, a reporter with Connecticut Public Radio, found that Latinos are often more skeptical than the general population. Here's why The stress of the medical system for the thing Garcia goes back to when she arrived from Mexico 15 years ago as an undocumented teenager, she and her family came to pick tobacco on a ranch about half an hour's drive north of Hartford. Your heart because you know you almost. Maybe when I started working in the tobacco field, we hardly ever went to the doctor. I don't believe anyone spoke about health insurance, either, she says. After she got permanent status, she trained to become a community health worker and now helps new mother's learned about the benefits of breastfeeding. Even though Garcia recently had covert 19. She's not convinced. Getting vaccinated is a good idea made. I mean, okay, okay. Think of anorexia. I'm afraid I'll have a negative reaction to the vaccine, she says. And she's not alone in being hesitant, According to the Kaiser Family Foundation survey. More than half of Latino adults are in no rush to get vaccinated. Leonie Arroyo is the director of Hartford's local health department. She says many Latino residents have historical reasons to be skeptical. She recalls the Tuskegee experiment in the mid 20th century when black men were deliberately not treated for syphilis. So researchers could study them. But there are awful things that happened in the Latino community that we don't necessarily always talk about. Like the experiments in the 19 forties, where the U. S Public health Service used sex workers to expose prisoners in Guatemala in jails with sexually transmitted diseases or in the 19 fifties, where Puerto Rican woman from low income communities Were given experimental birth control pills without being told they were part of a clinical trial. Arroyo says her department is aware that some people don't want their personal information shared with the federal government. And so for us if someone is undocumented, and does not feel comfortable having all of the information in this database, then we're gonna work with them to put on Lee the information that's absolutely necessary. Connecticut has made covert vaccines free and anyone can receive them regardless of immigration status, or whether they have insurance coverage. You could Yes, said it's Terry. The opening When you've got the spanner in Espanol, But Akesson that's Dr Jorge Merino, an internist and an assistant professor at the Yale School of Medicine. He made this YouTube video describing his experience getting the covert 19 vaccine because, he says members of the Latino community want to hear from a trusted source. There was very little information available in Spanish, and there was little information available from Hispanic providers that could speak the language that could relate give their experience about the vaccine. Back in her home, Garcia is still recovering from covert 19 supporting breastfeeding moms remotely Some have acts for her thoughts about the vaccine, lowering that one more time. The truth is when I'm asked about the vaccine, I share information, but not my own views. Her own view is in line with the 9% of Latinos in America, who say they would only get the vaccine if.

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Some Health Care Workers Are Hesitant About Getting COVID-19 Vaccines

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Some Health Care Workers Are Hesitant About Getting COVID-19 Vaccines

"But a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey finds a third of frontline health care workers are still hesitant about getting vaccinated. State health officials are stepping up education efforts, and they say it's so far paying off state health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says the survey of 1000 New Jerseyans in early December found 44% definitely plan to get the covert vaccine. 28% were unsure and 27% said they would not get the shot. But the latest survey finds 53% Said they would definitely get the vaccine. So it went from 44% up to 53% 23% unsure. So that was 28% down. Toe. 23% Doctor Red Livshits of the Jersey Health Department notes. We've had 20,000 covert deaths, but zero deaths from the vaccine.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Speaking of polls, the Kaiser Family Foundation has asked seniors about their lives that this is interesting, the isolation and it's important Thanksgiving weekend. We think about people who don't have what we have the ability to travel the ability to share time with friends and loved ones, all of that sort of thing, which is important. For this time of year, But the according to this poll, Um seniors say they feel okay, One and four seniors say that they're anxious or depressed. So that is three out of four. Say they're okay with the pandemic, But one out of four says I'm not so sure. And one of the causes of this and I go back to the parent, my stepmother past. Few months ago, and it was she was 93. She was frail. She'd gotten frail. Married my father in who's in 1974, I think and didn't s so they were together for 40 years. On and she my father was not. It was a tough customer, and she was realized he's kind of a tough customer, too. But she was really good at taking care of him. And for that I was very thankful, and I told her that many times. Ondo, So in her last year or two, she became frail. She was very much an athlete, you very much in good shape. But now get into the nineties and things start to break down. On D I know that she spent time but especially last three or four months when she just kind of gave up because nobody when covert started, they wouldn't let anybody in And so she crying her room she would be about. I mean, we know the stories about it. She lost a lot of weight because she didn't eat because you feel like she had any reason to steep to stay living. I think a lot of people Will feel that way, and they're not touching other human beings. There's nothing more important than being in touch in some way, shape or form. For whatever the reason. It's the most important part about human connection. Being in touched, and we could do it today and face time and that sort of thing Various Meg, But there's nothing that beats going into a room or a place and looking at somebody and smiling and having a little conversation. I think that we don't most of us don't realize how important that is to people who don't have it, I guess like anything else if you don't have it, and then you miss it, especially if you've known it. And she was a very social person. Very, very social friends everywhere. And then none zero Nobody. Her son, Uh, those of us on our side of the family. My sister's just go see her all the time. Nope. Can't come in. Can't get in. Because we don't want you know we don't want them to get sick. Well, hello. If they die of just being lonely, you know you can die from that. And that's basically the result of the Kaiser Foundation poll that one out of four just don't feel like life is worth living anymore, One person said. I miss going to the table and sharing lewd jokes with my friends. Mm hmm. You know the old timers the number of people that are older than have sex. You know, there you go to some of these nursing homes and is kind of was. It's really funny when you hear the stories about what goes on with home. Women. There are more women than men in the guy share women. It's like hello. Hmm. Why not make e had a friend volunteered at an old folks home? You know what? I'm gonna do The same thing she it's a boy fest. Exactly right. They're all trying to Get the last round. Inasmuch as anything else, I guess so that's what they do. And so when you are isolated like that, and it seems to be of this, read a story about a woman. Who has, uh six great grandchildren. And she has face time with them. They make dinner together, so she has heard dinner at the same time. Her family doesn't so they share dinner time on Facetime, which that was kind of an interesting, unique way of kind of an interesting twist on reality, right, so you can't be there with them, but I have not seen that before You were there. A lot of people do that. Mm hmm. I call When I'm talking to Miles and Megan. I often do it right at the end of dinner because I know what time they eat. And Miles will always be talking about what he's having for dessert. And whether you made it was to get that from Yeah. And after that, that that anyway, lots of things that are fun and fabulous about where we are and what we're doing here for this Thanksgiving Day weekend, Enjoy 45 after the hour here on the D. J V program. Freedom doesn't start in the White House. It starts in your house here sell incredible electric scooters have exploded in popularity around the country, and at least 10 national companies have emerged where ending the scooters by the hour and many cities. They're called micro mobility companies and their growing quickly. But in Connecticut, any industry growing that quickly and making profits that impressive offers an opportunity for regulation. Sure enough, the Legislature passed a new law this year, subjecting writers and owners to a slew of new state regulations. They also made sure to allow local governments to add even more regulations. Right in a biker scooter requires common sense The most uncommon thing in.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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06:55 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Having the Spike Cardona's the P T. A president at her daughter's school, PS 2 94 Which is surrounded by three community is hit hard by Cove. It And she says most parents there don't want to send their kids back either. They're scared. Everyone scared. You know, my gut feeling is if I can figure out a way for my son to stay home, he will stay home. Fernando Restrepo lives on the Upper West Side and is feeling fearful too. He's a dean at PS 1 91 in Manhattan. His wife is a secretary at a different school, and their son Ernesto, is seven. He and his wife got Cove in the spring. They all have antibodies, but the science on antibodies is unclear. And he's afraid of getting Cove it again. But Restrepo says he loves his job, and if he has to go back, he will going into September. We're we've been having real conversations about doing me to prepare a will, you know? Do we need to talk to family and others about where some contingencies? I mean real conversations that we're having. The Department of Education says it's surveyed parents and the vast majority want their kids back in school. At the Teachers union points out. More than half of those parents said they were only somewhat or a little comfortable and nationally, a pole from the Kaiser Family Foundation found 3/4 of parents of color want to delay sending their Children to school on CNN last week, Mayor De Blasio said schools would reopen as long as the data supported it. We feel very good continue to see a low level of positive numbers in terms of the Corona virus testing. Continuously. Very few hospitalizations. We went through hell as you know, back in March in April, but we learned extremely crucial lessons on how to keep people safe going forward, and we're not gonna let our guard down. Some parents are pushing de Blasio to conduct school in city parks and closed streets. More than 3000 have signed a petition. Others who can afford it are hiring their own teachers and creating their own home school pods. And then they're the parents who saw their Children suffer emotionally and are anxious for them to be back in school. Take Chris Nugent in Bayside, Queens. Nugent works in construction. His wife's a nurse. He has a one year old and a five year old named Thomas, who used to love school. Whenever we were going by walking, driving, biking, he'd say, That's my school. I go to P s for your own crow, Shawn, and you could see he was just the proudest kid in the world because he likes a school As Nugent and his wife worked last spring, his in laws from Nepal took over child care. They don't speak English fluently, and they had trouble navigating all the passwords and links, Nugent says. Thomas got frustrated and angry, he says, I'm going to pull those the school And you know me and my friend are gonna build a basketball court and I ask them. I'm like, what do you have against the school, and he's like, Well, if I can't go to school, I know what you shouldn't even be there. Nugent says the city should have different plans for different age groups. And younger Children who were the least likely to spread Cove. It should be in school five days a week, but Asia Williams in East Flatbush, says she'd like older kids to go back full time, too. Her daughter. Grace is starting middle school this year. If the schools are properly sanitized and things of that nature, then of course, you know I would want her to go back. At the same time. Williams worries Kids won't keep their masks on most times. I have to tell them, you know, pull it up, Pull it up, Pull it up. It doesn't serve in effect if it's not over your nose, But she says her daughter really misses her friends and wants her to have the full junior high experience instead of being home. The brand new school brand new people, you know, just knew everything for her. So in this moment of great uncertainty she's doing what most people are doing right now. Crossing her fingers and hoping for the best. Jessica Gould, w N. Y C news During recessions like the one we're in now, economists and business reporters looking a lot of different indicators to determine the overall health of the economy indicators like consumer confidence, durable goods purchases, and until now. The lipstick index that term the lipstick index was coined by someone who knows lipstick. Leonard Lauder is the son of Este Lauder, founder of the makeup company. He came up with the Lipstick index during the economic downturn after 9 11 Here's how Kelly doubles explains that she's a cosmetic chemist in Cincinnati that women were still going, Tio. By themselves a little pick me up, even during a downturn and economic cycle because it's relatively inexpensive, and it's a nice treat for themselves. In other words, when the economy goes down, lipstick sales go up. But like so much else in the world, the Corona virus has turned the lipstick index on its head. The reason being masks speaking from experience mass and lipstick Just don't mix. I've already stained a bunch of my masks, Ari. So why am I even bothering with lipstick? I wish I could say I feel your pain, but I have not had that problem. Jennifer Spaulding Schmidt is senior partner at McKinsey and Company. What we see now, obviously with masks is that people are not buying lipstick, but people are still looking for inexpensive ways to treat themselves what they I'm buying his nail care nail polish to do their own nails. They're buying skincare products. So kiss the lipstick index. Good bye and say hello to a new economic indicator. I think for seeing the new nail index I do my head check check. He's gone. That's just keep it moving. New kid in there. We're going to the pool. Quit now. You know you was because I know that But you have to trust me. If you need advice, let Mr You're listening to W N. Y C coming up next. It's marketplace with small businesses across the country that closed in March, and many relieved that their employees could receive expanded.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A new survey by the Kaiser family foundation's finds that nearly half the people in the U. S. feel the corona virus crisis is harming their mental health some say that demonstrates how the Colbert nineteen pandemic has escalated into a nationwide psychological trauma analysis from Dr John Huber clinical forensic psychologist Dr how do you see this well you know for the longest time I've been getting the I've got this this past week I have started to get the panic for my page four years they're starting to really get worried and you know they tell me stories of all I went to pick up my my prescription at at the local pharmacy and you know these people had no boundary problems that were right up in their face and a lot of panic and paranoia and so I started going most of my my patients balance seen either through Skype or just on the phone this phone conversation for our and they're they're they're sheltering in place for real and and it's starting to hit home for a lot of Americans who believe that with Dr John Huber clinical forensic psychologist also chairman of a nonprofit called mainstream mental health when when you say people are panicking at this point is it generally about fear of staying healthy or fear of getting in sick or fear about losing a job like what's the panic about you know the job thing is kind of a funky process but I think most of our freight of getting sick at this point there's a section of them they are panicking there there're stressed over the fact that they they have no income at rates do and that will likely bills and they have a phone bills and and all this kind of stuff you know they're they're being told that they're fired and that I think is semantics so that people qualify for some kind of unemployment insurance so there's something coming for these people most of the individuals I will have a job to go back to the minute the the switch gets turned back on and that's the interesting thing economically we don't really know what's going on and that scares a lot of people from investors to the person who works hourly wage income I mean it is what they're going to be like my guess is when the switch gets turned back on we're gonna have a huge burst out comic if people are gonna want to get away from their home they're going to want to go on trips are gonna want to go to the movies are gonna want to go to shows they're gonna want to go out to eat and drink at the bar and get away from that I told isolation with Pat and be a human being again and I expect that we will have a tremendous surge in our economy works you know this is unusual in that we have lost a third of our workforce due to the war we haven't lost a third of our corporations due to our traditional depression where they've liquidated and there's no business for these people to go and work at we are sitting there and basically the government has flipped the light switch is set for our country's protection we're shutting down you know we at Texas here we got about two million people are now filing for unemployment this is not because they don't really have a job to do so being told not to go to work and it's it's stressful the money situation but the panic I think it is what if I get this virus is it rolling really definitely say it is and that sort of thing if your immune compromised I really think it is deadly if you're not you know I go to hospitals myself if you're not immune compromised I think you're gonna have a bad cold I've experienced the death rate looking at it like that is pretty close to the flu but we're not passing everybody had not everybody who who has the virus is being tested not everybody who dies do we know is actually part of the virus the stock was over with and we can actually look at it but the one thing we do know is that your immune compromised you are significantly it's much higher than the rate for the death rates so those are the people we're trying to protect right now because we just don't know for us folks already dealing with mental health issues what is this like for them a lot of them it's it's being told to do exactly what their their mental health issues what then to do what you don't isolate themselves stay away from people to shelter in place so to speak for themselves and allow them to sit there and ruminate on all these negative mental health thought some topics so is the simply giving them permission to be mentally ill and that's not a good thing because a lot of we're gonna have a hard time getting up on their feet when that switch we talked about earlier turns on our world starts happening they're not going to walk out the front door and I'm really concerned for that population Dr John Huber clinical forensic psychologist also chairman of a nonprofit called mainstream mental health twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next the food we're ordering the most for.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Drew Altman who's a long time head of the Kaiser family foundation of California said the system increasingly doesn't work for the groups in the Middle so this middle class please is exposing a lot of corrosive effects of the high deductible revolution which in this exploration by the LA times is causing a series of again depending upon what country you tell me what part of the state you live in a series of people like the cadre of people a bunch of people switching their lines of educating of employment and just to get better insurance coverage you always switch jobs to get better pay to live in areas that were more economically feasible now people are doing it for the first time historically to get better insurance coverage and benefits doesn't make you feel are you doing that have you had to do that one in seven is angry about their deductibles in this country one in nine in the state of California are angry about their deductibles whoa and in the discontent is even even more pronounced among workers with the highest deductibles for him to him have his frustration back has been unequal before historically so what's going on I mean a lot of it is what you know having to pick up the tab for homeless illegal aliens obamacare rocking the boat for many things the high cost of drugs now there there are just a number of reasons why the middle classes bearing the burden bearing the burden you know half of Democrats reporting in polls are struggling with the cost of their job based health care and they blame the trump administration in part it's about split down the middle they blame the trump administration the other half blames obamacare and what happened in the last two administrations these are Democrats six in ten Republicans fault the affordable health Care Act obamacare which hero for the first time guaranteed IT all Americans if they could get insurance if they're sick but the the failure with obamacare and I don't mean to be getting so diverse and all over the place is it's heavily weighted by old people on one and then I say that with all due respect and that was expected to be propped up by younger people signing up for obamacare two to one over the old folks on the other end that hasn't happened in logic tells you there's no reason for them to do that so for the Obama administration I think that that's gonna be happening naturally to be out of there pre **** minds because it didn't and it won't in the middle class is bearing the brunt phone calls four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight is affecting a lot of you dole welcome to camp Jack hi Iraq you know I'd mention this to you about a year ago and it just makes it more more of my opinion that there shouldn't be any employer sponsored health care that everyone should go to the open market it's a shell game I mean I have open market hit the open market is allowed to compete state to state and other things like that well yeah as it what it's doing is it is eliminating the ability of people to have be self employed because when you are not when you're self employed you don't have the large corporate policies of made available to you to give an example my wife was a nurse at community hospital for a long time and for a family of six we had dental vision and full health care the most expensive policy they have a four hundred dollars a month now my wife doesn't work there are we I pay twenty five hundred a month and the deductibles are twice as high you pay twenty five hundred a month a month I'm not my god I'm not so you for me what did you have to give up that and that's not that doesn't include dental insurance incredible I mean it is an inside I just think that if if like taxes I don't think that they are to take tax I think everyone should be paying and writing checks for everything really actually can't see what I think that a lot of people that are employed they just take their benefits for granted and don't put a dollar figure to where if you're self employed or if you're not part of a large corporation offers that it is our reality that is right in your face every day I think you're correct on that too what what can you do if anything to better your situation nothing I mean it's just it's just a matter of working harder and making more money to be able to pay the bills I can I absolutely get it going to run I gotta get a break Joel he's twenty five hundred Bucks a month oh my god.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"You know the eighty five percent of those between the ages of fourteen and seventeen They got cellphones smartphones eighty five percent. Fourteen to seventeen. Sixty-nine percent of eleven to fourteen year olds. thirty one percent eight to ten you wind up ten kids three of them got a phone at eight years of age Ten. Kaiser family foundation came up with these numbers, it permeates the lives of your kids. And the unbridled access if you allow it. Of information, imagery and. Contact with strangers. we all stranger danger we tell our kids on the street just be aware beal are you doing the same thing with the phones are you doing the same thing with computer access for whatever reason whatever needs to be fulfilled whatever satisfaction kids listen going through it been through it You may not have any understanding as to why they have particular feeling sentiments at cetera unless you connect and find out. Zone. I had another one this week this weekend. Really, what how and we got into things. i had no real idea about of growing up of what the kids go through of what they experience what they endured and how that has an effect on their present day He was hobby honest with, it was a little deflating for me. Because we talked about things that were impactful that, that had great effect on her in. Never I didn't. And when we had that conversation. It was a revelation. If you're in the midst of raising a child, I am imploring. You. Pay attention. Is and ears open. I before your mouth. So very important. He'll I mean, it was one of those moments for me as a debt. And I encourage you so this whole phone business may sound like it's just a foam. No, it's not. And I would highly encourage you to be as a wear informed and participatory as possible. We're already at eight thirty my goodness, gracious time going by quickly. We will have news and information both. With is the story emanating out of diamond head. that brings up pretty interesting thing and also i promise that we would talk connie i'll have that detail for you as well all of that after our bottom of the hour break dowd into gather news radio eight thirty it is a thirty currently no major accidents the traffic center right now traffic has really cleared out very nicely we do see a little stint of traffic coming into town from about university the new tricks what the makers of.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Sector in the commercial sector ends up with IRA, which we've already talked about. And to some extent this surprise about of billing. Phenomenon and everybody is exposed to that you think you're insured. You're going to show up and you're going to get a Bill in which you are not insured for. And so that phenomenon doesn't occur in Medicare managed care. So thank thank you. So I am I'm sorry to be the stinker party because I think we could keep talking. I'm gonna ask you off. You have further questions to take them off off camera at this point for those of our panelists who can stay. So affordability costs coverage fairness all of these questions kind of remain unanswered. But I think we've had a really civilized discussion. So you all win for civilized discussion on a whole bunch of really tough issues today. I want to really thank all of our panelists coming thanks to Apcoa. Again. Thank you to all of you. And to our C span audience, the alliance for health policy has a lot of resources that were. Happy to share with folks as follow up and once again. Fill out your blue evaluation forms because they're about data. Give us more ideas for further breath. Thanks, thanks Belle. And thanks, thanks all of you. Fees. Took place yesterday. It was hosted by the allied health policy here in Washington DC among the participants to former administrators for the centers for Medicare Medicaid services. Maryland Tavender and Tom Scully both administrated at agency there were joined by Mark Millar who is the head of the Laura and John Arnold foundation. And Karen, pull it to the Kaiser family foundation is a senior Phil. On C Span's, the weekly our networks. Latest book, titled the president's noted historians rank America's best and worst chief executives. It has been a collaborative effort by the C span staff and a number of noted historians including.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WTVN

"Kaiser family foundation says the vast majority of nineteen million Americans who got covered under the law would likely lose it. If the ACA were killed as expected the house could not override President Trump's veto of the measure, overturning his national emergency declaration, barring a court order, the president can continue bypassing congress to get money for his border wall. Boeing scrambling to get it smacks series of seven thirty seven jetliners back in the Air Boeing hopes. The software will get the jets back in the air. Posting two hundred airlines and customers to share the update for the anti-stalking safety system. Assist. Implicated in the first crash of a lion air jet and suspected in the second crash in Ethiopia ABC's, David curly. Another max 737 flying to a storage facility suffered an engine failure and had to return to Orlando and make an emergency landing. There was nobody aboard the pilots Rockland county. A suburban county north of New York City has declared a state of emergency because of measles. One hundred fifty three cases of measles here in the past six months, most in unvaccinated people the nation's worst and longest outbreak. In decades. The county announcing anyone under eighteen who is not vaccinated. We'll be barred from all public places like schools malls places of worship and grocery stores. ABC's GIO Benitez, a federal judge in Greensboro, North Carolina has struck down the state's law banning abortions after the twentieth week of pregnancy got sixty days to appeal to change the law. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like.

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You can keep your insurance. And none of that has has has turned out to be true. And the prices are going up ever supposed to solve all of that. It did not solve that. So we have experience with the government managing our healthcare and going back to this. Kaiser family foundation survey. About half the people thought they would be able to keep their insurance under Medicare for all plan. And I'm what what part of Medicare for all. Did you not understand you have to be in this government program? You don't get to keep your insurance anymore and the more they found out that what my insurance company would go away yet gone. Got it dropped from seventy four percent down into the thirty percent range of people going. Oh, I I'm still for it. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Dr dawn in California. Hello, dr. Hi, tom. How are you can hear me? Okay. Here you loud and clear. Yes, sir. What are you Meghan? Sitting here. I'm a physician here in Sacramento. Practising for twenty five years in the subject so near and dear to my heart that I could talk all day, but I won't. One thing people are forgetting is that medical care in this country is one sticks of our economy. And as I recall our economy something around twenty twenty five trillion dollars a year. Yeah. So it's very there's a lot of money. They're theoretically, however that being said, I'm a relatively conservative guy know that the government cannot do this very well. And so I would never advocate Medicare Medicare is broken. Probably gonna go belly up for not careful. You you can't you can't be a physician and take Medicare because you can't actually make a living. It's just not a chance. But here's here's the problem. Here's the problem. Doctor is that young people. You don't you don't have a lot of young people knocking on your door for appointments, you have old people. So what do you do that threat? Well, you know, it's a big subject that I want to throw another wrench into work. But and I am not in favor of a European style socialized medicine, but what they do. And how they do. It is so far different than what's being prescribed. The Democrats are talking about free healthcare free for everybody. That's not what it is. In Europe in Europe. There's full trans transparency as far as the cost and the government says what they'll pay for. And if there's a difference to consumer themselves pay the difference, the problem in the United States is that the consumer of the service had absolutely nothing to do with the cost of it. And right gone completely amok in all directions. Right, right. And it won't be won't be solved won't be solved until people actually have to purchase it like they purchase everything else in life where they have to reach into their pocket and pay for medical care, medical medical services. And. Until you being a right? Yeah. That's why this idea of being a right is so corrosive because it separates the consumer from the service. Yes. So let me ask you you. I I don't want to you want to volunteer. The the decade of age that you're in. But you don't sound like an old doctor you sound like a fairly young guy. I'm fifty eight. You sound younger you sound younger. So you're perfect. If you're fifty eight. You know, that you're kind of in that that middle part where the younger doctors coming in with the medical school with a different view of practicing as a physician, then the older people did. And as a result, you're kind of stuck in the middle. You're too young to retire. And you're too old to not remember what Medicare medicine used to be like, whereas fee for service, and all that sort of stuff. So I don't know what you're gonna do. How do you? You're going to have more government. I practice practice in a part of medicine that the patient's paying me directly. So I'm not in impacting it. Like that. Okay. But it I can tell you that the only way you can't make Medicare work and Medicaid forget it, and you know, because it's so inefficient and they pay. So little part of the reason why we have all this cost shifting and disaster on the economics of medicine is it for thirty years the government came in and walked it the doctor and said, I know you want to charge one hundred dollars, but we're only going to pay you seven bucks because the federal government says, that's all we have to pay you and the doctors and the hospitals have to make it up somewhere else. Right. And that's one of the reasons why L L spill healthcare bills. You get from hospitals and positions of reflect what it actually costs them deliver the service. Well, I'll tell you something you. Been talking about about healthcare ObamaCare, all that stuff for many, many many many years in the decade or so that I've been talking about it since Obama girl came onto the scene I have had numerous calls from physicians only one MD ever said that they liked the government program. Everybody else all of you, and your and your colleagues have all said, this is terrible. This isn't good medicine. It's not a good way to address medical in our medical care in our country. And it drives a lot of physicians into doing other things. Or retiring earlier, or like, you said I have I have a friend who got who got out of. I don't want to give his specialty. But basically is doing plastic surgery because it's no insurance. It's cash on the barrel. What I do for a living. Yeah. Well, you you, you know, what as as a business model? I don't blame you Dr. I don't blame you. I I do it on my own Kermit when my patients, they they take we take care of each other. They say, thank you. It's very simple equation. Grind to do insurance. Now is completely untenable. You can't do it in. It's. It's very sad because you have the greatest healthcare system in the world. That was destroyed you the problem with ObamaCare was based on an incredible lie when when ObamaCare for my family, and my office, I used to chart we pay about a thousand dollars a month for pretty good care and a couple of years ago because of California care other things I was paying thirty seven thousand dollars a year for just my family for silver care because my income was high enough that I had to pay that versus. I mean, that's just crazy right thousand versus thirty seven thousand. Yes. That doesn't make any sense. So I don't know where this is going. But I I can see the candidates for president are all talking about it because it polls well at first blush. But you know, and I know and a lot of them know that they're they're trying to come up with different names because they know they cannot deliver Medicare for all. It's not gonna happen will not happen. So. I appreciate you checking in I think, you're smart on the. Yeah. Friend of mine does plastic surgery. Great doctor, but got out of doing other things because of the hassle. And this way, he deals with you want some plastic surgery. This is the fee write me a check. We've got only a minute left, but not fair to be to another caller. So hang on callers. This is my point in bringing this up is that. I understand the presidential candidates. First of all for the democrat party have to run to the left. That's what you do. If you're democrat. You have to run to the left for the primaries. And yet they know that Medicare for all isn't viable. And the and the polling is being done by Kaiser family foundation and others. Is pointing out the more that you tell people what it really is going to be offered to you the less popular it is. But most people don't pay attention. And they're gonna save Medicare for all. I'm for that person..

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"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"kaiser family foundation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Get up at five thirty five ish. Offside I'm confronted by. That's to start my day. That's not going to feel that good. I mean, I'm going to bundle up as much as I can. But that's not going to feel good on my skull. I gotta where where's hats or gloves? Oh, so you're Big Hat guy. Right. It doesn't just I don't like it when it hurts when you walk outside. It's gonna hurt a little bit. I it's the crazy thing is I have I have a buddy who's Antarctica right now. He's on. He does these projects every year. He's he's like a heavy equipment operator. And they're they're digging out these crevasses. To do scientific work in them. And he's blowing stuff up and he says, they sleep intense. Wow. He goes I have never been as cold as I am right now because it's windy down there. And this is their warm time. Yeah. He's had never been this cold. And he's been on his his third year down there. Magin what that's like they'll do some like celebration events for they'll all jump into the water. They'll cut out like a square, and you can jump in quick naked Sudan and just to say that you went into like these sub zero temps and then the pull yacht right away. But it's like this rite of passage that a lot of those guys will do. Yeah. He he's a he's a little bit crazy crazy anyway. But he's done it for three years, and he keeps going back. So you must like it. Interesting segue to my topic. All right. So I would say running around outside with no clothes on in the court, really, cold, extreme weather. We have is probably a good way to get sick. Which leads me to this conversation about healthcare. What are we take away from the midterm elections? Other than Democrats made some inroads took over the house took over the governor's office in Wisconsin. Several other things changed hands across the country. But poll after poll broadcast after broadcast suggests that the big issue interview after interview really because I had many people on my show. So Jesse that healthcare was one of these topics that we all cared about. And like a lot of things as Americans. We we deal with the superficial. We're on the top layers of some of these things, and this is one of those classic cases in points. So when you ask and the Kaiser family foundation asked Americans. About supporting a single payer health insurance system, basically health care for all Medicare for all. Fifty six percent said absolutely forty-two percent said don't like the idea, and that's all well and good until you ask them about paying for that. And specifically if you ask them. Would you be ok with raising taxes your taxes, not the country's taxes, but your taxes personally to pay for these Medicare for all health care for all single payer health insurance. All of a sudden that fifty six percent. Plummets to thirty seven percent, basically a third of the population. Therein lies the problem. Sounds fantastic. Absolutely cover. Everybody. Give them whatever they need. Although in many ways, it would blow up the healthcare system. We have now because we have employer paid in many cases as we do here. Good karma. Or wherever you work. I think more than half the population has employer paid health insurance. So probably would mess that up a bit changed the dynamics chains benefits for employees because that's a big chunk of your benefits. Right. The fact that they're paying that not not just medical but dental vision in some cases, so that's kind of the reality under the reality. Yeah. We all love the idea not all of us. But some people love the idea fifty six percent of us loved the idea of free healthcare. But we don't want to pay for it. And you know, what else comes out of this is we all love the idea of someone else paying for it. If you're one of those folks who thinks this is a great idea. Now, I'm not here. I'm going to sit here and say, there's no issues with the healthcare system. I just had surgery three months ago, two months ago. Bill for a scope on your knee is about fifteen thousand bucks. So whatever your thing is whether it's a knee replacement hip replacement heart surgery God forbid beyond that cancer. I understand these are catastrophic things that can affect you. And those are the things I really think our country, and our government should be focused on how do we fix those things? So people don't get wiped out. I'm gonna take a quick break. But after the break, I want to give you some facts real facts, not broadcasting facts, not propaganda facts, not political facts about healthcare in this country. The latest numbers that I have and how we spend our money where it goes how much waste there is let's start with that baseline. This is not a one day discussion. This is a homework topic. If you want to say it that way because yeah, everybody loves this idea. Fifty six percent majority of free healthcare. There's a lot more to it. And when I say, this is the radio program, we'd have to check your brain at the door. Here's here's case one. Yeah. We liked that idea unless we have to pay for it may give me some facts and statistics about healthcare in this country. How relates to the world how much abuse and fraud? There is let's start with that reality. And then we'll move from there. More next right here. WTMJ WTMJ's.

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