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"mark parkinson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"More about nursing homes which like hospitals have been battered by the Omaha surge every two Hi Elsa Hi So you know I remember how badly nursing homes were hit early on during the pandemic Can you just tell us how are they faring today So we'll just last week there were 32,000 infections among residents slightly lower than the huge peak reached last winter But the good news here Elsa is that the debts are only about a tenth of what they were last winter So vaccines are really helping But the staff though is a whole different story I spoke with Mark Parkinson He leads the trade group that represents for profit nursing homes and assisted living Unfortunately we are now at an all time high in terms of staff cases in the last week There were over 50,000 cases of staff that reported positive from COVID And many of those people died last week alone almost 17 nursing home workers died which is close to the record number of staff that's in the very first summer of the pandemic Wow wait Why is the death rate so high among nursing home workers Well it really comes down to lower vaccination rates compared to residents And that's why the Supreme Court ruling upholding a national vaccine mandate in healthcare workers is going to be crucial because nursing home staff were much slower to get vaccinated than residents They've caught up somewhat but they're still a huge gap when it comes to boosters only a third of workers are boosted Mark Parkinson from the industry group says vaccine hesitancy is a big problem You get into the rural areas You get into the more red states like my home state of Kansas And you just run into that same vaccine hesitancy that you see in the general population A lot of misunderstanding confusion people that have been misled by false claims on the Internet So while the Supreme Court was considering the mandate many nursing homes did put in place their own vaccine mandates but many others didn't Well I mean with so many workers getting sick and dying I can imagine that that has really had an impact on care for residents at these nursing homes Yeah it's worse than an already bad situation more than 200,000 people have quit their jobs at long-term care facilities since the start of the pandemic because of the burnout and many of these jobs pay very little And these days you can make more money doing something else Laurie brewer is the long-term care ombudsman in the state of New Jersey She says this is affecting care We are certainly seeing a huge increase in the number of calls from residents who are saying that they are not being changed They're not receiving their meals on time And many facilities have shut down many are not accepting new patients which in turn affects hospitals because now they can't discharge the patients who need to go into long-term care Here's doctor David Kim at Providence which has hospitals along the West Coast It starts backing up all along the chain and then you start seeing it come out with long wait times in the ER patients in hallways leading for rooms because they're not ready to go home but they can't get a bed And the ripple effects are everywhere really because now there's more pressure on families who have now have to take care of elderly loved ones because they can be placed in long-term care That is NPR's retool Chatterjee Thank you too Thank you Now let's head to London where Prince Andrew has given up all public duties as well as his military titles and royal charities according to Buckingham Palace The palace also says the queen's second son will defend himself as a private citizen against a civil suit alleging sexual assault The prince faces what could be hugely damaging civil trial in New York and for more we turn to imperial London correspondent Frank Frank explain why the prince is giving up these honors now Yeah Ari I think Buckingham Palace is trying to distance itself as much as possible From Prince Andrew And he's become totally toxic certainly here in the United Kingdom As we reported the prince faces the civil suit by a woman named Virginia she says she was forced to have sex with the prince when she was 17 He's repeatedly denied this Buckingham Palace is making the move now I think because yesterday a judge in federal court in New York dismissed Andrew's motion to dismiss the lawsuit and this means the case could have to trial in the fall and they'll be even more damaging to Andrew and of course the royal family There was also mounting outside pressure There was this letter from more than a 150 Royal Navy RAF and army veterans They wrote the queen and they asked her to strip the prince of 8 military appointments So honestly honestly I don't think she really had much choice here You say the prince is totally toxic in the UK How is this news playing out there Very badly As that letter suggests the allegations from they've been around for years but after the arrest and death of Jeffrey Epstein who was the prince's friend and also convicted sex offender these allegations basically got new life and got a lot more attention and back in I think it was 2019 the BBC did an interview with the prince and he tried to put this all to rest And it was widely seen as a really disastrous interview And this is the prince speaking at the time with the BBC's Emily made list Is there any way you could have had sex with that young woman or any young woman trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein in any of his residences No and without putting too fine a point on it If you're a man it is a positive act to have sex with somebody And so therefore it's very difficult to try and forget positive action And I do not remember anything Well Frank looking ahead to this trial do people think the prince might actually end up defending himself in person in a U.S. courtroom I think people have a hard time imagining that Ari but selling the case may take more than just money Geoffrey's lawyers named David boys very well known in the United States Of course this is what he said to the BBC last night I think it's very important to Virginia defray that this matter be resolved in a way that vindicates her and vindicates the other victims I think the concern they're probably from the palace is that they may want some kind of statement in addition to any settlement from the prince and that may well of course have spooked them because it wouldn't be easy to dispose of this He's 9th in line to the throne Does this present a threat to the democracy To the monarchy rather No I mean on its own no worry I mean but as you know you lived here You covered this story the royal family has a tricky relationship with the British public They need to set a good example do charitable works and in exchange for that the public supports the monarchy and the UK won't become a republic under that support But this has been a really difficult time We've seen Harry and Meghan the duchess of leave the royal family amid charges of racism which the royal family is denied The queen is 95 not in great health and she has her she's gonna be celebrating her platinum jubilee this year It's a record setting 70 years on the throne It's pretty clear why the palace wouldn't want Andrew scandal hanging over.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on 1A

"Our age ranges from twenty two hundred five. We had a twenty six year old and a one hundred and four year old woman. Living here it is where people are going to live the best. They possibly can live for as long as they can possibly live. And there are a lot of challenges with that because you're dealing with different decades of each off and i think that's what i'd like people to take away from this and i yes i believe. We all need to work together to make the necessary changes so that people like myself can live a very full life in this type of setting and richard very briefly. As baby boomers age. What role will nursing homes play in the landscape of long-term care sure. I mean i think there will always be a place for nursing homes because we have a population of people are living longer with ana mrs with dementia. We need to have a safe and humane and appropriate place for people to get care in a residential setting. And i think as mark said i think we can make it happen. We know how to make it happen in many ways and we're learning more in terms of appropriate care for for residents with dementia. It's really a matter of making sure. That facilities are carrying that out. That's richard mullet. He's the executive director of the long term care community coalition a nonprofit advocates for quality. Care for residents in care facilities. Also with us janette sullivan. Martinez she's a resident of pendleton health and rehabilitation center in mystic connecticut. And mark parkinson. He's the president and ceo of the american healthcare association. It represents long-term and post acute care providers. He's also the former democratic governor of kansas ginette. Richard mark.

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Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients

"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's North star. It's become a Trump party and The party is bigger than a president or any individual and I I'm not sure what they stand for anymore. It's not the party that I joined many, many years ago. So it's just gonna be an issue The Republican Party. I mean, Biden's gonna have Some management issues as well in his own party with his left wing, But I've always said it's not the left wing of the right wing of American politics that govern and it's the center left seven right center right that govern this country. And both parties. I think you're in a state of turmoil. That's former senator and former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. Thank you for your time. Thank you. The last week of December was the deadliest yet for people in nursing homes with more than 6400 deaths. More than a third of all covert 19 deaths are now linked to long term care Corona virus. Vaccines are reaching more and more facilities, but many worry they won't come soon enough. To stave off a lot more deaths Will stone reports Terry Robertson had no interest in waiting till the second week of January to start vaccinating the residents and staff of the long term care community he runs north of Seattle. We got notice from CVS January 9 was our first date. Not that that doesn't work. So Robertson switch to another pharmacy. One that was able to bring the first doses to Josephine. Caring community much sooner. Just a few days after Christmas, you know, I just catch me and my dreaming is the nightmare over. I'm just like, Wow, this thing could really be over. In the late fall. The Corona virus was rampant in this northwest corner of Washington state. Eventually it got a foothold and Josephine residents just had so many sex positive and we're doing everything we can. By early December, more than 170 people had been infected. Some died. And it's the same story in nursing homes and assisted living communities in dozens of states. Unfortunately, even though we've been at this for so many months, not that much has changed. That's tomorrow Cadets ska professor who studies long term care at the University of Chicago, She says the research is clear. Even the best run nursing homes are not impervious to outbreaks. When there's a reservoir of disease in surrounding city or town all along. It's just been delusional that we could have these areas with high community spread and somehow protect long term care residents. It just doesn't work Staff come and go. Some work at multiple places and residents move in and out to the vaccine is a key turning point. But Connecticut says it's not a magic bullet. I think it'll dramatically reduce the number of deaths that we see. But will it eliminate the problem? Not yet there will need to be multiple rounds of vaccination to deal with the churn of staff and residents. In Pennsylvania and many states. At least half of all covert deaths are linked to long term care. Zach Shamberg leads an industry group in the state, He says nursing homes, which have struggled to get Peopie remained desperate since day one of the pandemic We have fought for one thing, and that's prioritization. And it's no different now than it was 10 or 11 months ago. Some of Samberg's members aren't scheduled to get the vaccine until late January, or even early February. Elaine Ryan with AARP says there just hasn't been enough transparency about nursing home outbreaks and now vaccines. It is an American tragedy. It's a national disaster. It's not that we don't know how there is a lack of accountability. Some states, including West Virginia in Connecticut, are doing well with vaccinating. So, says Mark Parkinson, with the American Health Care Association. Every week that the vaccine is delayed in long term care facilities will mean at least an additional 4 to 6000 deaths. So there's just no excuse for any governor not making this an incredible priority, but so far he thinks the U. S. Is on track to meet the goal of getting every facility. It's second dose by March. For NPR news. I'm will stone You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. And this is 90.3 K a Z, you streaming at Kay's ew dot or G'kar. Good evening. I'm Erica Mahoney in local Cove in 19, updates Monterey, Santa Cruz and Sam Benito counties remain under the state's regional stay home order. As of this afternoon,.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some of Samberg's members aren't scheduled to get the vaccine until late January or even early. February. Elaine Ryan with AARP says there just hasn't been enough transparency about nursing home outbreaks and now vaccines. It is an American tragedy. It's a national disaster. It's not that we don't know how there is a lack of accountability. Some states, including West Virginia in Connecticut, are doing well with vaccinating. So, says Mark Parkinson, with the American Health Care Association every week that the vaccine is Delayed in long term care facilities will mean at least an additional 4 to 6000 deaths. So there's just no excuse for any governor not making this an incredible priority, but so far he thinks the U. S. Is on track to meet the goal of getting every facility. It's second dose by March. For NPR news. I'm will stone It's w.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Some hospitals have reported issues with oxygen flow in systems that typically do not handle the demand of overflowing emergency rooms and intensive care units. The 02 oxygen levels. Just because the increased demand there freezing. The Army Corps has assessed five hospitals so far, with two more scheduled for Sunday. Covert 19 deaths in the U. S have just top 350,000 in the U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University. Former Kansas governor Mark Parkinson on vaccinating people the same challenge that we see across the country with the general population, and that's the fact that we have a vaccine that requires two doses and has to be stored in extremely cold temperatures, which just adds a layer of complexity onto what is already a very difficult situation. India has just approved for use the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. Congress is set to count the electoral college votes on Wednesday. Several senators say they'll reject the results unless the commission is appointed to conduct an audit of the results. CBS is Ed O'Keefe says the threat is mostly symbolic fact that senators like Ted Cruz of Texas Judge Holly of Missouri are involved signals that this though it's to resolve the 2020 presidential election. May actually have something to do with the beginnings of the Republican race for the 2024 presidential election. We're just days away from to run off elections in Georgia that will decide control of the U. S. Senate. University of political of Georgia political science professor Charles Bullock. The third Democrats have been getting their boats out. Republicans really gonna be in a position on Tuesday had to pay a bit of catch up. We're going to be able to turn out enough people on Election Day. To overcome this early advantage. The Democrats have one of Saudi Arabia is best known women's rights activists has been sentenced to almost six years in prison. CBS is Holly Williams. Jane. I'll half Lou's brother will lead told us his sister has always been courageous. Her family says she was tortured in jail, subjected to electric shocks and threats of rape. It was brutal. It was insane. It was inhuman. A Saudi court found there was no evidence of torture. But I'll have lose family claims It was supervised by this man. Out. Al Kahtani Ah, former close associate of the Crown Prince, who also allegedly directed the 2018 murder of Jamal has shaggy This is CBS News. Traffic.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Army Corps of Engineers has deployed to help. We're trying to assess how we can reduce the strain on their facilities and the mechanical spaces. Some hospitals have reported issues with oxygen flow in systems. Typically do not handle the demand of overflowing emergency rooms and intensive care units. The 02 oxygen levels just because the increased demand there freezing. The Army Corps has assessed five hospitals so far, with two more scheduled for Sunday. Open 19 deaths in the U. S have just top 350,000 in the U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University, former Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson on vaccinating people challenge that we see across the country with the general population, and that's the fact that we have a vaccine that requires two doses and has to be stored in extremely cold temperatures, which just adds a layer of complexity onto what is already Very difficult situation. India has just approved for use the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. Congress is set to count the electoral college votes on Wednesday. Several senators say they'll reject the results unless the commission is appointed to conduct an audit of the results. CBS is Ed O'Keefe says the threat is mostly symbolic fact that senators like Ted Cruz of Texas Judge Holly Missouri are involved signals that this though it's to resolve the 2020 presidential election may actually have something to do with the beginnings of the Republican race for the 2024 presidential election. We're just days away from to run off elections in Georgia that will decide control of the U. S. Senate University of Political of Georgia Political science professor Charles will look, the third Democrats have been getting their boats out. Republicans. Really gonna be in a position on Tuesday had to pay a bit of catch up. You know they're going to be able to turn out enough people on election day to overcome this early advantage. The Democrats have one of Saudi Arabia is best known women's rights activists has been sentenced to almost six years in prison. CBS is Holly Williams. Jayne al. Half, Lou's brother will lead told us his sister has always been courageous. Her family says she was tortured in jail, subjected to electric shocks and threats of rape. It was brutal. It was insane. It was inhuman. A Saudi court found there was no evidence of torture. But I'll have lose family claims It was supervised by this man sowed Al Kahtani. Ah, former close associate of the.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Traffic whatever the next ten years spring will be here to let you know one oh six one FM talk federal judge Emmet Sullivan refusing to drop the prosecution against former national security adviser Michael Flynn sold in hiring a trial lawyer to try and convince the justice department why Flynn you should still be prosecuted California congressman Devin Nunez blasting the prosecution of Flynn this started as a dirty campaign operation run by the Clinton campaign at some point they got dirty operatives involved including the dirty cops U. S. senator Marsha Blackburn told fox news Sunday morning futures the people need to be held responsible for Flynn's unmasking it is about time that they did an investigation and we need to bring all of these people before a state judiciary if we need to do criminal referrals we will do those we're looking forward to the German report lane was charged with knowingly lying to the FBI over possible Russian collusion in the twenty sixteen presidential election the charges were dropped after reports of FBI misconduct surfaced and charges are filed in a Michigan nursing home beating boxes enteric has the details a twenty year old Detroit nursing home patient is charged with assault authorities say he recorded beating his seventy five year old roommate and later told nursing home workers the older man fell out of his bed Jaden haven of Ypsilanti is charged with assault larceny and stealing a financial transaction device the roommate Norman Bledsoe was hospitalized with head injuries and Carrick fox news and chief executive officer of the American health care association and the national center for assisted living mark Parkinson joins the fox news Sunday to discuss the viruses impact on nursing homes a person can catch it show no symptoms and yet still spreading we had visitors coming into our buildings we had staff members in our buildings closely interacting with residents as they need to to take care of them and we were unwittingly spreading the.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And CEO mark Parkinson says issue number two is adequate testing of the best practices having testing on site nurses doctors first responders grocery store workers truck drivers do you know a hometown hero at the hometown hero button in the news ninety six point five W. DPO and nominate them they could win a hundred dollars in gift cards salute our hometown heroes with Dennis Hernandez and associates and in partnership with hungry Howie's flavored crust pizza your local Winn Dixie southeast deal appliance warehouse and news ninety six point five W. D. BO shopping for a diamond only one jeweler here has over thirty plus years and diamond wholesaling manufacturing and retailing and that's Keith leclair at international diamond said I've been in all phases of jury manufacturing and all that knowledge all that ability that we have acquired over the years now has brought together for you as a consumer at the bottom line price make no mistake this is Orlando's direct diamond importer a lot of people claim they've been in the wholesale business people claim they've been in manufacturing they don't know to sense about it even today he supplies diamond so wholesalers who then sell the jewelry stores all over the country and he's known worldwide is a major player in the world diamond markets because of the relationships and the contacts that we have developed over thirty five years our reputation is impeccable our desire to please our customers is to the utmost you hear all these jewelers that make these outlandish claims the biggest the best my response go shop then come to IDC the proof is in the pudding international diamond center for Orlando locations hi hi my cluster the founder of town with management like me your first priority is probably keeping loved ones safe and healthy but I also realize that with so many unknowns the economic headlines can feel overwhelming I'm here to encourage you to take a deep breath and get to work on a strategy for moving forward if my team and I can help visit guarding your nest egg dot com and we'll all get through this together securities offered through a world equity group bank member federal and SIPC advisory services through retirement wealth advisors Inc's SEC registered investment advisor in today's world many medicines that you depend on may be in short supply patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis or lupus may be having a hard time finding.

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People in southern California have been going to the beach this Memorial Day weekend now that access has been allowed him to the pandemic of the surfer tells NBC four he's happy to be back in the water we've been locked in for like two much straight some time losing my tan a little bit health and safety rules are in place along the coast people need to stay six feet apart and wear face coverings not everyone is doing both churches and other houses of worship in the Southland are looking for to guidance from governor Newsom on how they can re open nuisance that guidelines were modified in person services would be released by tomorrow the governor made the comment Friday just hours after president from dean churches and other houses of worship ascential and called on governors across the country to allow them to re open immediately the top official at the American health care association says it's going to take a lot to re open nursing homes we need to keep cobra down in the communities of the nursing homes are in if you're in a nursing home within a community that has very little code but there's not that huge risk of it getting into the buildings president and CEO mark Parkinson says issue number two is adequate testing whereas the ideal scenario is having testing on site Florida democratic congresswoman Val Demings says she has some worries about theme parks we opening in her state we know that this Buhari's as not yet under control and it will not be until we have a vaccine Deming's whose district includes the theme park area of Orlando has praised the theme parks for being strategic and methodical when pursuing plans for re opening a man who allegedly faked a corona virus diagnosis is facing federal charges the man in charge it is charged with defrauding his employer after he allegedly faked a medical excuse letter he's since admitted that he didn't have the virus in March he told his supervisors at an unidentified fortune five hundred company that he had tested positive for the coronavirus and emailed a letter stating that he'd been admitted to the hospital and needed a quarantine for fourteen days prior to that.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nursing homes are in if you're in a nursing home within a community that has very little code but there's not that huge risk of it getting into the buildings president and CEO mark Parkinson says issue number two is adequate testing whereas the ideal scenarios having testing on site he says he knows it's been very difficult for families to be apart as many nursing homes aren't allowing visitors to come inside Florida democratic congresswoman Val Demings says she has some worries about theme parks re opening in her state we know that this virus is not yet under control and it will not be until we have a vaccine Deming's whose district includes the theme park area of Orlando has praised the theme parks being strategic and methodical when pursuing plans to re open New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says there's no time for analysis on the need for aid to state and local governments I'm going to say time out this is not abstract we don't need to do a data crunch Murphy says protecting frontline workers and keeping them at work it's important the jerseys treasurer said the status possibly looking at a deficit of nearly ten billion dollars by the end of the next fiscal year the Chinese foreign minister says it's time for the U. S. to work with China in the coronavirus fight instead of against China this week when he said he is sympathetic toward the U. S. because of the country's high corona virus death toll but he also said there was another virus spreading in the states which is political and it thrives on attacking China he says no more time should be wasted on the attacks of the two countries can work together to solve the spread of the disease everywhere big blue aliens are on a comeback in the other land down under production on the avatar sequels will resume next week in New.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Four hour news center we'll get to the latest developments in the corona virus crisis but first bizarre new details behind a shooting outside of Decatur gas station this morning the G. B. I. is investigating after a suspect is left in critical condition after trouble at a Cutie station into cab county G. B. I. spokeswoman Nelly miles tells me how it all began with a cap Gemini police officer that was parked at the QuikTrip indicator Oct north Decatur road and an employee informed that on there that a male subject was outside of that but quick trip with his pants down miles since the officer told the man who had his pants down to leave that's when he pulled out a knife moved toward the officer the dekalb officer shot him suspect again hospitalized in critical condition the officer was not hurt eighty five degrees on Peachtree street Atlanta is most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up the top man at the American health care association is describing what it'll take to reopen nursing homes we need to keep cobra down in the communities of the nursing homes are in if you're in a nursing home within a community that has very little code but there's not that huge risk of it getting into the building's association president and CEO mark Parkinson tells fox news Sunday issue number two is adequate testing where is the ideal scenario is having testing on site Parkinson says he knows it's been very difficult for families to be apart as many nursing homes are not allowing outside visitors top local news every thirty minutes and when it breaks ninety five point five W. S. B. depend on it new numbers in from Georgia health officials.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KTOK

"Nursing homes have borne the brunt of the corona virus pandemic in this country and some of the saddest scenes have been of seniors passing away with their families unable to be alongside them joining us now mark Parkinson the head of the nation's largest associations of nursing homes and long term care facilities this Parkinson a New York times study found that one third more than a third of all the gas in this country from Colbert nineteen have been in nursing homes and long term care facilities obviously the elderly are especially vulnerable population incidently this wasn't just patience this was also some of the workers at that nursing homes but why it beyond that vulnerability why do you think such a high percentage of all the doubts have been in these facilities well Chris you're right this is been a horrible tragedy and for those of us to take care of older people our entire life it's been almost unspeakable what we've learned from looking around the world is that any place where people live closely together whether it's convents war dormitories or cruise ships are nursing homes they're particularly vulnerable it's because of one very unique feature to this virus and that is that this virus unlike any other that we fought before a person can catch it show no symptoms and yet still spread it so in January February March when when we didn't know that we had visitors coming into our buildings we had staff members in our buildings closely interacting with residents as they need to to take care of them and we were unwittingly spreading the virus within the communities once the academic community and doctors figured out that you could be a symptomatic and carry it it was too late for a lot of people and unfortunately even then we didn't have the test to figure out who had it the good news that I can get this one were now in recovery there Chris I just want to point out that that the trump administration just on Friday allocated five billion dollars secretaries or deputy Sir secretary Hargan that's going to allow us to recover and really make this better I want to point out another issue however the government accountability office issued a report this week I want to put the numbers up on the screen it found that eighty two percent of nursing homes over thirteen thousand had been cited for infection control issues from twenty thirteen to twenty seventeen so the question Mr Parkinson didn't your facilities have a problem in this particular area long before the pandemic cath well we have a real flawed survey system and one of the flaws of the survey system is the surveyors are encouraged to give deficiencies and what that does is it creates the impression that even very good buildings are not good it makes it hard for consumers to figure out what buildings are good and which aren't when everybody gets deficiencies that same GAO report reported that ninety nine percent of those deficiencies were not severe they did not affect patient safety and many of them were just paperwork issues the reality is that the coronavirus violates all of the normal concepts of infection control because normal infection control is symptom related now that we know that we are adjusting our behavior and that is why we're starting to see recovery in people actually getting better visitors are no longer allowed to come into buildings in every interaction patients and and staff now have mask on Asians residents are not eating together in the same room they're eating privately in their own rooms so that now that we understand the very vicious nature of this virus were able to control it much better nursing homes in New York and New Jersey have been especially hard hit by the pandemic as well as the entire states and in late March governor Cuomo issued an order that nursing homes must accept Colbert nineteen patients to try to alleviate and prevent overcrowding at hospitals here's how the governor describe dad explained it this way the CDC guidance at a nursing home cannot discriminate against covert patients because at that time the issue was hospital capacity right remember hospital capacity and we were dramatically increasing hospital capacity did it governor Cuomo will have to follow that CDC guidance or did he have a choice and what about other governors and how they handle the CDC guidance around the country well like I I've been a governor in the time of the crisis so I understand sometimes you have to make decisions based on incomplete information at that time that governor Cuomo made that decision he was being told by the epidemiologist at his hospitals were going to be overrun with COPD patients in hindsight we now though that was not the case that was actually cut the capacity there they didn't need to be discharged to nursing homes in hindsight it was an error into governor Cuomo's credit he has now reversed that policy fortunately we were able to convince most of the other governors across the country tonight institute that policy and I think that's part of the reason for starting to see recovery but in fact he did have a choice he didn't have to follow the CDC guidance anyway yeah I mean in hindsight you know our suggestion to him at the time was that he don't didn't do that I think in hindsight he would say that it was for it was a an error it was an error again based upon incomplete and inaccurate information the country was too concerned with hospitals being over run and there were consequences to that one of the consequences is that nursing homes were left out our residents were not a high priority for testing we weren't given the equipment that we needed no there needs to be some accountability for all of these people that were making these fantastic estimates that the entire hospital system across the country was gonna be over run it wasn't and there are consequences that unfortunately we're seeing how residents were one of the consequences I want to pick up on the first point you made which is that we didn't know at the very beginning a lot of the particularly terrifying and dangerous aspects of the corona virus and one of them is that people could be a symptomatic and and go into a hospital without any sign that real and then still spread the virus to these very sick people all of that with the result as you've locked down is we've seen these terrible scenes where for their own good residents are kept away from their families and some of them get very sick some of them passed away and their families can't be with them when that happens what are your thoughts about re opening nursing homes leading families be with the residents and under what structures under what restrictions so that the families can be together but you're not endangering the lives of of all the patients inside these facilities yeah we we realize how hard it's been for family members and for residents to not be able to be getting together and you know we try to offer face time and all sorts of other alternatives but there is just no alternative to being together and then the tragic scenes of people dying without their loved ones it's just it's it's horrible the most important thing is that we need to keep cobra down in the communities of the nursing homes are in if you're in a nursing home within a community that has very little code but there's not that huge risk of it getting into the buildings if we spike back up in covert cases though we're gonna end up with more covert a nursing home so issue one is let's keep coping down in the communities issue two S. let's get adequate testing so that we can get a test of every staff member every president and then ideally if we can get on site testing throughout the summer so that when people come in they get a test we know that their code free that would be the ideal but we do recognize it's extremely important to get these folks back with their families this Parkinson thank you thanks for taking time out to talk with us this weekend and good luck in your efforts to reopen these nursing home Sir thank you very much up next we'll bring in.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on KOMO

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KOMO

"At what it would take for us to get back to normal in the wake of call of it nineteen Dr Beth Halloran says we would need to test half the people who show symptoms and trace at least twenty to forty percent of their contact not overrun our health system people still get sick and some very few people percentage wise you have to be isolated at any given time and people who go back to work start most of them often she says it depends on how fast we could ramp up testing in contact tracing which have been the biggest issues well it was life care center in Kirkland were covert nineteen ran rampant in late February early March it became clear how deadly the virus could be for elderly residents and staff in those first of these thirty seven people connected to the center lost their lives two months later the president and CEO of the American health care association mark Parkinson says they are only now just getting the attention of priority that should have come long ago unfortunately our cultures because week thirteen how residents and staff were not at the highest priority level for Kobe testing and that has led to tragic results last week the Wall Street journal reported at least ten thousand seven hundred fatalities that assisted care homes among thirty five states that responded to information request Washington state was not included in those numbers appetite is expert says there is a correlation between cove it nineteen and the rise of hepatitis a and B. in king county one disease can't give you the other but couples met market says a lack of bathrooms for the homeless is playing a role in his latest numbers show that seventy percent.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on KOMO

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on KOMO

"These are not normal circumstances that's an employment commissioner Suzi Levine who says it may take time but everyone who is eligible will get their benefits testing tracing and quarantining that's what's required open society back up again according to doctors at Fred Hutch almost Romero reports researchers in January started modeling the spread of covert nineteen from China into the U. S. but now they've come up with a new model that quantifies what they believe we need to get back to some semblance of normal relations was also asking about half the symptomatic people isolation and then of them and their households entries in at least twenty to forty percent of their contacts Dr Beth Halloran says theoretically that would be enough to keep the code curve flat while requiring only a small percentage of people to be isolated she says if we could ramp up testing for people who don't show symptoms as well as those who do then we could start opening things tomorrow but it's the availability of testing that's one of the main issues C. Romero Comeau news advocates for nursing homes and assisted living facilities say until this week they have had that not been the it made a priority in this pandemic mark Parkinson is the president and CEO of the American health care association and national center for assisted living unfortunately when you look back over the last couple of months it's very obvious that the long term care profession has been left out it has been forgotten the residents have not have the resources that they need Parkinson says they say they lack the.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Support of the federal government five long term care facilities been hit with case including facility in Kirkland Kirkland Washington eighteen residents are dead in that facility alone the mortality rate is shocking said mark Parkinson president and chief executive officer of the American health care association a Washington DC based trade group now it should be somewhat comforting me not to people who are older obviously that's people are younger than the death rates among young are deliberately low particularly among children so maybe it should be somewhat comforting US Surgeon General said as much today thank you so young people are more likely to die of the flu then coronavirus if you are a child or young adult you are much more you're more likely to die from the flu if you get it then you are to die from corona virus so there's something about being young that is protective we want people to be reassured by that we want people to know that we are really focusing in on those routes go those are groups that are at highest risk for complications and helping them understand how to be safe right now all of that happens to be true a lot of that happens to be true it also happens to be not particularly comforting for people who are older the Dow Jones industrial average has been struggling all day to find what exactly its bottom is in the absence of of good information it is absolutely unclear you know exactly where the act where the economy's bottom is you just don't know you don't know it's been up and down pretty dramatically all day it's like the very beginning of the day nearly a thousand points and then it proceeded to drop all the way down to even below where it was yesterday and then proceeded to rise a little bit again help yeah it's nobody knows anything is the bottom line because nobody knows anything decisive action is going to be preferred by the American public in the absence of more information right now I know what with all of that said it is good to know that the people at slate are truly focusing in on the important things about coronavirus article by rich Jews we act should I pause my open marriage because the coronavirus I literally do not know who was who who writes these letters I mean I guess you're at okay here is the act what is here is a letter from a risky business to slate is slated I don't know what's going on is late is the same magazine the same online magazine and printed a letter just a couple of weeks ago about a sister whose brother one to be part of a threesome with or never like well maybe it's okay slate man slippages dear how to do it my husband and I have an open marriage my mother is immuno compromised is it unreasonable to ask my husband that's once lived with his girlfriend until the corona virus was over well I mean priorities are priorities and then years later answer as someone who uses a hand rail on each set of stairs I traverse I understand you can never be too safe given China's apparent success in slowing the virus by isolation measures there's an argument to be made for social distancing limiting exposure to crowds is one way to help mitigate the disease as Vanderbilt infectious disease expert William Shatner explained to The New York Times if you can stretch things out long enough to buy more time for the development of a vaccine and the research to be done for treatment so far I've yet to see public health official weigh in on limiting one's exposure to his girlfriend to be safe you could ask your husband you sell also be safe make sure none of you leave the house for any reason whatsoever where gas mask constantly and apply hand sanitizer so often your skin is never not cleaning with an alcoholic do or you could just live your life and follow basic public health advisories and then they get into public Saxon oh my god and then that the left really the the social left I think they're really on top of the the priorities of the matter not calling this a little handful in making sure that your husband can sleep with his girlfriend good stuff very very solid stuff all right in just a second we'll get to more on corona virus and the latest news breaking about it first let's talk about how important it is for you to know the numbers at your business successful companies know that in order to run a successful business you really have to be on top of your date and that means you have to have it all at hand I don't want you to make sure he can look at it bird's eye view down in the details in the nitty gritty this is why you need that sweet by oracle that's we give you the tools you need to accelerate growth with that's we get a full picture of your business finance inventory H. our customers more it's everything you need to grow all in one place directly from your phone or computer that's we will give you the visibility and the control you.

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"mark parkinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:21 min | 3 years ago

"mark parkinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From my apartment to the attendant building in the seventh floor office of Mark Parkinson Vice President and general manager it was a room I well remembered with its Blang Walnut paneling and deep leather chairs. I've worked on a lot of cases with more and with a late Ed Morgan tool and it sounded now as though Ed my good friend from a long time back about to become a case himself clean Jenny will up a chair. Thanks it was quite a phone call. It's quite a situation yeah again at that. Just can't talk sitting down old habit. I just I remember when we used to be on the Johnstone building for we built this new one. We had those old-fashioned standup desks. It was an old man Clement was still alive. NBC Four. I was yes I keep forgetting about you. Newcomers meaning everybody WHO's coming into the game within the last forty years. I suppose I am one of the original settlers I m set in my ways to yeah what about hated to see those disco you can stand in front of them. Lean an elbow on them. Make out a report or speed. You're trying too hard to avoid avoid what it didn't call me over here just to reminisce about the old days in a way maybe I did. It is funny. Ah I always thought you liked it Morgan but I did and why did you say it's too bad. He didn't die a year sooner because I liked him like is too weak a word actually I thought as much as I would have my own son of I'd had one. I'm the one who hired him in the first place. Remember Johnny Remember I I took a personal interest in his career watched him work his way up to finally he was born too cheap adjusted for the West Coast head of our San Francisco Claims Office. Let was done good for a man as young because he was and I was proud of yeah I know I know you were it was a hard worker honest dependable and he had a good sound future ahead of him and then just like accidents. I usually just like that foggy night shop curb. He drove his car off a cliff in the Pacific Ocean and that was that tragedy the only apparently wasn't the end wouldn't have called me over here. No it wasn't Johnny. I wish it had been meaning. You'd better brace yourself within two weeks. After ed Morgan's death. We started getting complaints from some of our clients. At what do you mean complaints old. All demands for adjustment on claims editor reported paid weeks before requests for pass through settlements more and I don't get it neither did I so I sent a company coming out to San Francisco on acuity and put him to work on the claims files and we found out you found out what Ed's accounts had been doctored for some time what Johnny in the months before he was killed he'd embezzled nearly eight hundred thousand dollars Ed Morgan at margin and I don't believe it he did it might as well accept the fact anybody else yes anybody else but not in for one thing. Money didn't mean that that much I know we were always joshing him about living like an old hermit instead of a young bachelor cooler then why would he do it still eighty thousand dollars after all these years of being honest. What would he want? That would cost that much money. That's exactly what I wish. You'd find out how at a second mortgage second this is one. I don't want any part of either way but I'm afraid I'm stuck with it and you are doing away. Why because ED was your friend? Here's a flight ticket reservation to San Francisco plane leaves into our. I'd rather pass it so what I would. We can't neither of us. There's too many questions left and they've got to be answered by me. Eight thousand dollars of the accompanies money is missing. I just write it off and forget it. It has to be accounted for there are other investigators more and another thing that's just as important to me at least to find out why he did it. It's a failure and human dynamics man like Ed man. Everybody respected and trusted knee goes wrong. Why get somebody else to find out? I'd be pretty grateful of you Johnny Marr. I just don't want any part ain't know how you feel. It's quite a shock to find out he was a crook. It's like somebody pulling the rug out from under go so you WanNa forget all about him. Leave him safely dead and buried dead more but not buried if you remember they recovered the car but not his body. It's still somewhere beneath sickle all right. Look at it from an efficiency standpoint. If nothing else do any other investigator at Morgan would be just a name an unknown quantity but you knew him. I thought I did regardless of what he did Johnny. I just hate to think of a stranger point into his past. Maybe I still think back to the old times in the old country when the family buried their own and sometimes johnny a friend has to go all the way even when the other person is goofed. Isn't that what the younger generation closet. I'm not the younger generation more right now. I'm older than Confucius. I sure appreciate Johnny after all. Somebody's got have to do it yeah. Somebody's gotTa do it and like you said it was my friend. Let's have the ticket to fourteen dollars and thirty five cents Tips Texas incidentals in Hartford and same in San Francisco plane trip between points paid from expensive company manager and not included here with I went straight from the airport towards last address when he was still alive and apartment house in the nob hill section called the drake arms and there's where I got my first surprise edit always been the two-room bachelor walkup up typing arms consisted of equal parts of glitter glass swank and price including a uniform dorm a small private bar off the lobby and an assistant manager with a Gardenia on his lapel. Oh it was a rare one manager and it was a real Gardenia. I Am of course most desirous of assisting you in every way possible silvestre. What did you say your name dollar? The L I can spell dollar. I'll bet you can I beg your pardon. I didn't mean you didn't mean to be offensive. I understand now about the former occupant of sweet fourteen dollar. I'm terribly afraid. Please don't be I mean there very simply very little. I can tell you about the late Mr Morgan a matter of discretion. Is that discretion policy in the house something of that sort well. We do of course try I to protect the privacy law residents. I'm sure you understand even to the extent of turning down twenty dollars. Well Chris One. Isn't it under the circumstances Nice Likeness of Andrew Jackson thank you gratuities of this nature are always so helpful in smoothing the pathway of human relations. Don't you think so MR dollar definitely it's already helping you remember my name. the money is a mental stimulant isn't it don't call him money. Just think of it as item three three are. They get hot item scoring. I meant yeah I know it's kind of a habit is picking up now as your memory even stimulated any in regard to it Morgan Morgan Oh yes the late Mr Morgan pod minister dollar. Yes yes count as Muggy yes. I'll be delighted to send the boy up to courts of Suds Denies Dr Welby. The is this just plain beer is Scottish right away by polity criminals. You know now Mr Dollar we weren't Oh yes the late Mr Morgan again well. He'd been our guest to stand for about six months at the time of his tragic accident. What was he paying for? A suite of rooms will ordinarily we don't release information of that. This says not ordinary how much twelve hundred dollars a month well. He was a true gentleman if I may say so Beaumont and on the crassly materialistic decide if you'll forgive me sir very free spender story twenties element Mr Dollar I was trying to coerce your generosity by well putting on another another bind precisely all right so it was better down in a ming line stolen was throwing money around like water what else who came to see what sort of visitors did he have none at all that I can recall none on it all at least that overpriced cubicle and then just sat on it well what about friends here in the building. Most of our guests might be termed individually exclusive even eccentric in some cases as is except of course Mrs. Barren Barren years one of the loveliest guess we've ever had the pleasure of excuse me Mr Yes yes count is Margie. The boy is on his way I know but he has to go play down to the corn. The please repent and I'm so sorry doug drinks that stuff to now where where we about this misses Barrett that you mention Oh yes well of course she Mr Morgan were inseparable. You understand they were together. Constantly and Mister barone or there wasn't any when I recently deceased the dead when early this year's I recall I didn't know of course missile moved in here shortly after his death not until in an Ed Morgan wanted him over in about six weeks later or he met her here. No no they were already acquainted. Well acquainted I in fact I believe that that Mr Morgan and a young and very lovely widow at the time of husband's death matter of settling the estate or something of that sort of figure exactly why I thought so but I I do recall having an impression at the time that he moved in here only because of her and as I say they were together constantly right in the first. It's all very interesting. I I wonder if I can have a talk with Mrs. Barry will be utterly impossible. I'm afraid I'll look if you think I mean she isn't here isn't here. She's been gone for ten days now. What you go aw I really haven't the slightest idea Mr she moved down to you must've left a forwarding address or some? She didn't move out. She still has apartment here. She'll be back eventually I imagine but at the moment I haven't heard a word from us and she told poor dear you. No one can understand why she'd want to get away for a while. Such a tragic coincidence heading to deaths of exactly the saint o con found wait a minute. What do you mean by tragic coincidence? Oh well as I understand it. Misses Barrett husband also died in some sort of the accident. Yes counters and here's our start Oh to tell you about tomorrow's episode of this Story Tomorrow Trail Bank into a man's past as a faint and twisting one and at times it runs through ooh quicksand join.

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