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Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

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04:18 min | 2 d ago

Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

"Welcome back to the outcomes racket saw marquez here and today i have the outstanding emily tyson joining us as the chief operating officer emily. Tyson drives rakes health's efforts to scale rapidly while building a high performance. Culture committed to improving patient access. Emily joined the company in january of twenty nineteen and from a functional perspective. She leads strategy client experience finance and operations in addition to the ever changing category of other. Say that in air quotes that early stage companies demand prior to join and ratings. Emily served as vice president of product for naveh health recently acquired by optum where she was responsible for the vision and direction of naveh health's product offerings across the health plan and health system businesses. Emily began her career in healthcare technology when she joined a fina health after various roles in the financial services industry in new york and hong kong. Emily holds her business. Administration summa cum laude from washington and lee university and our mba from harvard. Business school. today. We're going to spend a good amount of time talking about this digital front door. And what practices and large-scale health systems could be doing to do a better job of addressing the current area that were in healthcare so Emily such a pleasure to have you here with us today. Great thank you. So i'm looking forward to the conversation. Yeah likewise likewise and so before we dive into rate health and what you guys are doing. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about you. And the things that inspire your work in healthcare. Sure i i would say for me personally. There's there's no debate about whether the health care system is broken and it's really not the patient care itself that's lacking it's it's the back end at the administrative side of healthcare. That's really this nightmare of complex regulations and poorly designed incentives and outdated technology all of which actually negatively impact the cost patient experience and ultimately in many cases the outcomes. You know. I never personally wanted to be a doctor. But i've long been passionate about exciting this side of healthcare trying to make the pipes in the information flow in this pieces work by should really does require reaching beyond just technology alone so this desire instead of my focus on sobbing. The complex administrative challenges can be non-sexist ahead of healthcare but that do impact patient cares. What has led me on my career paths and ultimately now terrific celts of it. Yeah you know. There's there's a ton that needs fixing and optimizing maybe even overhauling in some instances and so having a unique approach that is focused on on on making things better on the back. End of the house is key talked to us about health. What exactly are you guys doing. And how are you. Adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Are we are focused on transforming patient access so Helped mission our mission is to make it easier for patients to see their doctors. It sounds simple but it's much harder in practice on. You know you shouldn't have to know someone who knows someone to know someone to get a quick doctor's appointment and yet that's often how it works in reality today. Deferred care is a really big issue and the industry even setting aside the global pandemic and the dynamics that's created the average. Wait time for someone to see. A provider is almost three weeks in the us at the same time on any given day. Many providers actually have availability in their schedules. So a lot of what we're focused on is how do you bridge that gap and there's a significant amount of complexity underlying yet so it's really idea of improving access. Which is every part of health focused on is about much more than providing digital layer for consumers. That's absolutely part of it. It's also about addressing this underlying operational challenges within a healthcare practice. Your system does that make it hard to manage patient access in the first place so we do both from a market perspective at comes in the form of products around central scheduling work slap locations and self scheduling communication platforms in check in along with best practices for how to think about optimizing patient access in the clinic beyond the technology itself.

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Digital Product Transformation for Healthcare Companies with Jonathon Hensley

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05:01 min | 4 d ago

Digital Product Transformation for Healthcare Companies with Jonathon Hensley

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez is here and today. I have the privilege of hosting the outstanding jonathan. Hensley he is the ceo of emerge interactive a digital product agency where he works with clients to transform. Businesses strategies user needs and new technologies into valuable products and services. He's an accomplished writer speaker. Jonathan has lectured on topics such as the connected consumers impact on business creating value through data driven experiences and user centric approaches to innovation in two thousand twelve. He was recognized in the portland business. Journal's forty under forty as wanna portland's emerging emerging professional and community leaders under jonathan stewardship emerge interactive has committed to a simple the loss affi the relationship between emerge and its clients should exist to create real and lasting value to change the conversation to move people to action to inspire and motivate a team to focus on what matters and we wanted to get jonathan on the podcast today to talk to us a little bit about what they're thinking about digital as we look to transform the way that we touch our communities our patients our customers through digital transformation. It's such a great time to have. Jonathan join us so jonathan. Just want to say big. Thanks to you for for making the time to be with us today. Well you so much for how we saw absolutely so before we dive into what. You're up to within healthcare You know and the work that you're your conducting there and thinking about what is it that that inspires your work in digital overall. Well i think what really inspires me about digital. How technology is fundamentally changing. The way that we live our lives day to day in the way that we work i had the opportunity to grow up in silicon valley and so i was surrounded by incredible people constantly. Innovating looking at how technology could permeate the way that we live and think about our daily lives interactivities and how we connect people and then seeing look how scaled out in really the foothold has taken businesses and innovation driving our economy and our conversations is just continued to inspire me in so over lost. Twenty two years. It's been the same motivation that's really driven and keeps me excited With this constant pace of change of how technology can continue to bring value to people dan. it's It's amazing right. I mean what we could do with whether a campaign to dry behavior or just you know how people access certain things technology can really help. And we've faced a lot of challenges through the covid pandemic and healthcare has really been more open than ever this type of change and this type of digital transformation. Why don't you talk to us a little bit about emerge and what exactly you guys are doing to help. Those of us in in healthcare. Yeah so one of the big areas of focus for merge is healthcare over the last fifteen years and we have really been working with organizations to not just embrace digital as a marketing tool or embraced it into how they can improve patient experience for support caregivers or support the relationship between patients and payers but really to come in in. How do we look at technology through the lens of empathy. How do we drive innovation. That can have sustainable. Long term impact and so a lot of our work is helping our clients wherever they sit in the healthcare spectrum to look at that empathy layer into really focus on digital as product a lot of time digital becomes this disposable thing where it becomes a tool and it is an essential tool but it needs to be managed out the product to drive continuous innovation and serve the providers and the patients that are out there and so i'll give a really quick example. Today's website for any hospital or care provider is essentially your front door in kobe. Just amplified that said okay. Well with a social distancing and being more where we need our websites to do a better job and i would argue that. Most websites are dramatically underperformed. Because they're being managed as websites that are more of information resources than they are as critical products. Meaning how do i help somebody. In an emergency navigate the services we can provide when they're in a state of distress burston being overwhelmed by how much information being presented. Or how do i help somebody or a family. Member find physician with network knowing their available understanding their expertise. And what does that look like provide end to end care. And that becomes very very complex as we all know when we start going from general practice into specialists and moving through the healthcare system.

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Reduce No-shows, Fill the Schedule, and Improve Patient Experience with Michele Perry

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04:10 min | Last week

Reduce No-shows, Fill the Schedule, and Improve Patient Experience with Michele Perry

"Back to the outcomes rockets. All marquez here. Today i have the privilege of having michelle. Perry on the podcast. She is. The ceo of relations has sast based patient centered. Engagement company that utilizes a modern and mobile first approach to improve patient and provider communication. Michelle perry has almost thirty years of experience in software and health technology an undergraduate degree from the wharton school at the university of pennsylvania and her nda from harvard business school. Just the the important topic around how we communicate patients effectively. And how do we do that at scale. It's going to be a great talk and michelle super excited to have you join us today. Thanks for having me excited to be here absolutely and and so before we dive into the awesome way. You guys engage patients at relations. Talk to us a little bit more about you. Michelle wu spires your work and healthcare the patient. You know really. This truly has to be about the patience to have been easier way to access healthcare This pandemic has shed light on. The fact that truth helped get a truly is about the patients. And that's why you know. I joined a company named relation relating to the patient and focusing on the patient. How do we make it easier for the patient because anything related to health care is high and so why don't we make it easy. Yeah and i think the nature of kind of how healthcare works and fortunately that it's complex And the need for that expertise of simplifying and getting a message to the right person at the right time is critical so michelle talked to us about how relations is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Exactly what you just said you still my words saw. It's all about getting the right Right message to the right person at the right time. And you know the industry's been a little too focused on patient portals and just dumping information they're figuring out the patient would find the information and it's just not working you know we need to make it easier both for the practices and health systems to make it easy for their patients to access healthcare. And we need to do it in a way. That patients are use to communicate. Say and we all carry this phone You know there are a few people in the country maybe not for the most part people have a phone kind. You know in their pants pocket or in the hand of something all day. So how can we make it very easy using that mobile device to get them just that right information and not a data dump just the right information at the right time. Yeah and so there's a flow you know. There's there's a step by step process that kind of we go through when we get care. There's a scheduling. There's there's actually going to see the clinician where you wait. I guess there's a lot of waiting and cars now with with the pandemic reminders etc. So there's a lot of touch points that potentially league we could miss and so talked a little bit about what you feel makes relations special and different than what's there today. Yeah so you know. Unfortunately healthcare has so many rules and regulations Starting with that introducing some of this technology to be patient facing can be really non thing and then you add all all the communications laws which tcp a of the can spam and. This really seems way too. Risky move forward and health care. So that's where many practice of just put it in puerto new best enough but the adoption and usage of portals. It's just really low. So what we focused on is making it just easy to get the critical information at that point in time. Whether it's about an appointment to make sure that you know it and confirm it and we have best practices where we combine own email and chat messages over the course of five three one day to get the best response rate and to get people if they can't make it you know to cancel reschedule and get them back on the calendar that you can get waitlist filled spots that they laughed and moving all of that so really combining all these with one platform that can make this really productive for the practice which would make it productive for the practice can make it easy for their patients totally.

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The Role of Consumer Payments Products in Healthcare with Greg Boulton

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04:54 min | Last week

The Role of Consumer Payments Products in Healthcare with Greg Boulton

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saul marquez's here. And today i have the privilege of hosting greg. Bolton he's a corporate development executive with experience in the financial technology industry who has spent the last ten years focused on payments and payments products in the healthcare space. We are going to be discussing the impact that the financial industry technology and products can have on improving healthcare delivery knowing all the challenges that exist in how we pay for healthcare. I think today's discussion with greg is going to be a really interesting one. And so with that I wanna i wanna give you a warm. Welcome to the podcast greg. Thanks so much for joining today Absolutely so you have been focused on basically how we pay for things in healthcare. Greg what has been your inspiration to spend the time that you have in the sector. sure So i came to the healthcare space from financial services industry specifically looking at payments products so credit cards data cards prepaid cards and in a lot of respects. The industries have a lot cinemax celebrities. They're obviously very critical industries and services they deliver a critical the lives of our members our customers and inherently complicated products plex but in many ways we sort of felt like the defense industry had maybe made faster inroads into bringing automation and customization to our products in the national services industries coming into healthcare really looking for opportunities to streamline and make participating in engaging in healthcare easier for the members so And that sort of dovetail with the health care industry really getting more deeply into consumer directed health care and focusing on the members decision making and the rule that plays in healthcare and so we really saw those industries coming being well aligned a lot of the financial products in the healthcare space. Not really been around that long. Very first tax advantaged accounts around healthcare. We're in the very late nineties. Really got going early two thousand so one of the things that we did early on was to try and attach a card to assam these tax advantaged products. And make it easier for administrators to move the money and also for the members understand what they're spending and make it reduced amount of paperwork in manual actions required for them to take advantage those tax advantaged accounts. It's interesting in your right there so much that has happened in finance that just sped past healthcare and in i had a. I had an interview several months ago with the chief medical our chief information officer at phillips and he came from citibank all the innovations that they were taking advantage at citibank. Now they're getting leveraged by phillips in that company and so there's a ton that we can learn from the financial industry and so talk to us a little bit about some of those things greg and And maybe how this particular approach can add value to what we're doing in healthcare. Well i think some of the things that we've been engaging with a lot of course as i mentioned automation and debts really almost entirely contingent on standardization through a lot of advantages services. Industry has had compared to health care. There's much higher level of standardization and the bodies that would create maintain both system rules as well as as the legal constructs behind all that allowed enforcement of rules. Were so much stronger in the financial services area than they've been in healthcare so in the initial services we've had visa and mastercard had nachon had a very prescriptive. A central planning operates nash services and that's allowed all of the companies to code robustly to bill very robust infrastructure around a data said and mediation standards. That didn't have a lot of variation in the healthcare space of course do have standards. But they're far looser and there's a lot more variation variation in healthcare plans and there's a lot more variation kind of diversity of approaches across the healthcare space. That makes it all much more difficult to approach but overall approach very much has been as we're going to try and create a consumer product built on a on a mountain of technology at complexity but trying shield that and make it seem as easy to consumers possible. Make that decision point. Essentially you know in the the member of the consumer is at at a point of sale. We want them to go to the wall. No which which carving out trying to keep it as simple as that and healthcare space

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Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

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04:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

"Walk back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here and today. I have the privilege of hosting richard henry. He is the founder of saana health. remonstration platform for pain relief and deepak station. Richard develop the technology behind saana to eradicate his own life threatening pain. Problem following a spinal cord injury from a jeep crash near saana in yemen and nineteen. Ninety-two richard has an mba. From the wharton school in healthcare and also a law degree from the college of law in london the original benchtop device removed all his nerve damage pain in three months saving his life. He has spent twenty five years developing the sonnet technology from the original benchtop device to the current device undergoing clinical trials sonnet uses pulsed light and sound and a heart rate variability feedback loop to guide the user in a deep state of relaxation. Clinical trials have been completed in opioid use disorder and fibromyalgia and sauna is launching in fibromyalgia and twenty twenty one however is available today and richard is going. Tell us more about it. And i'm just really excited to have the opportunity to interview richard and have them bring forth this technology to to the the world richard such a pleasure to have you here today to be thank it. Yeah and so before we dive into saana and it saana dot. Io folks if you're curious tell us a little bit about you and what got you into healthcare thank you yes as a nineteen year old kid. I was traveling in in the yemen. And i was given a choice of a head on collision in my jeep next to a petrol truck or two gulf bridge and i chose gulf a bridge. 'cause i figured We would either way. There would be so remains to find if i went to the bridge. Say dance with dry riverbeds sixty foot dying and cheap crumpled up A results in spun good injuries from thc ten. Which is betty button level plus a traumatic brain injury and they say old. That was why. I had to be medevac k. I was clinically dead for eight minutes back to matt intercom a middle of that resulted in damaged problem that was say sparrows given a five year life expectancy sarabia. It was the question of near figure. Something i myself or old. I say that was the mother of invention necessity. It's unbelievable i mean that is crazy. So you're driving a jeep and there's this truck just heading straight at you and you're like explosive beth falloffs bridge and you just made the choice. I mean like when that happened. Richard to win you actually remember like what point jr actually start remembering what happened and gained consciousness. And how did they find you so it was semi passenger was burglary but was in good enough shape to festival shine in arabic. So the people watching the right to danger. Petrol cigarettes is they were running. Schools tile passwords lit cigarettes. In khao is everything was checked in the gasoline tank Say yeah ben. E managed to get them to throw away the cigarettes publicized and transported us to vote what they very loosely called the hospital. And that's my friend. Got the insurance companies to send them back pain coming up. Unbelievable i mean. I mean that is just unbelievable Era miracle the be here spell. And i'm sure that the road to recovery was not easy for you and you know lots of gain. You said i had to do something about this. And that was the beginning of sauna and so you've made leaps and bounds. Since the beginning you're recovered very happy for you. Richard and As i'm sure your family is to so now you have this device and this company. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about what it is how it works and that way the listeners could get educated on it including myself suddenly say basically. All pain is some combination of central mediation. Which has had brain prices pain and prefer plain. Which is the signal coming into the brain. Now with mike pain i had sponging. Tbi and i was on very extreme faction where it was all about how the brain was pricing pain signal. But it wasn't really paints were coming up from my spine. It was essentially corrupt. Data stream is very similar to what you get with phantom limb. Actually being told her in pain is being told your visits we had signal. That doesn't quite make sense. Say with me. I was very rainy. Lucky the original device was able to wipe all by damage pain

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Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

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05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege to host. Dr david hans kohn he is an orthopedic spine surgeon who practice focused on patients with failed back surgeries he quits practice in seattle washington to present his insights into solving chronic pain which evolved from his own battle with it. The second edition of his book back in control surgeons roadmap out of chronic. Pain is just a great read. His website back in control dot com presents. An action plan on how to get rid of chronic pain. How to cure it his new book. Do you really need spine surgery. Take control with the surgeons. Advice was released this fall. Two thousand nineteen. It is intended for healthcare providers and patients alike to make good decisions about undergoing spinal surgery. We're gonna be diving into healthcare costs. The use of medicine the over use of medicine and chronic pain and dr hans com is gonna give us his perspective on it so just such a privilege to happy here david. Thanks for joining us. Thank you very much for having me on your show so before we dive in to what you guys do at back in control dr hans come. I want to better understand what inspires your work in healthcare. He sheriff's with us a little bit about that will. I'm a little bit of a different perspective. Advice spent two years training in internal medicine so sort of like an internist about the whole patient from the beginning finished started despite the orthopedic surgery went into spine surgery and i took sort of research and development into internal medicine and vice versa and around nineteen ninety develop chronic pain. There was extreme notion that whole komo's thirteen years knows one of the surgeons who's been on both sides of the other very certain i trained top ship in minneapolis and i came out on fire to ensure projectors thirty and i felt obligated to do it because people were desperate. There's no the answer. I viewed myself as the end of the line in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. Three a paper came out in the state of washington showing that the success rate of respond fusion rebecca workers compensated. Washington was twenty two percent and my results better than that but they weren't damaged better. So i just talk a first data. The humidity show. That operation didn't work and then simpson. There's been one research paper in sixty years. The documents that are spinal fusion for backing actually works. And i quit doing back for back pain. I still do quite a survey for deformity and repeat pictured reason in infection stuff but Another paper came thousand six said in a very straightforward patient when he did a back fusion. This is how to scampered beckmann at five hundred. Twelve success rate was twenty three percent so anytime of day about chronic pain went off and abyss so to speak up rings already. Seventeen different physical symptoms. I came out in. two thousand. Three is started showing the to patients in a process evolve. That was self directed called the doc project. Dress your own care and i wrote. The book explained the background to the patients but usually mostly shelter to process. I wash well over. Fifteen hundred patients go to pain free. Which i never thought was possible so i started treating patients systematically with the i caught a surgeon. Approach in on opport- here we dramatically dressing all the literature just dealing with the literature said to do and people started getting better went to pain. Pre is the same time spiny last ten years to become incredibly aggressive instead of doing one into little pieces for backing. The didn't work. We're doing eight. Ten twelve fourteen fusions. That don't work except that. The complication rate is much higher as you well know with larger fusion oshii three to five patients every week having charged on a relatively normal fines that they didn't eat as watching hundred patients go to pain-free with minimal risk in no cost so the difference between became so dramatic to me that in december two thousand eighteen actually quit my practice premature peter my career to pursue this process. Here i three years ago. December two thousand eighteen has been wrought eight months. Okay almost two years man. That's that's just incredible. I mean you know you're at the peak of your career and you decide to make a shift. I mean this this. This was a big deal for you so much so that you decided to change at all while the promise people understand is that people are concerned user last resort. And it's a last resort. It's or something operate on. But for instance it have degenerative disk disease which is actually been documented to be a normal finding as you age is been well documented that it had not a source of pain. No no research paper documents that it works where it almost twenty billion dollars year of his operation. That doesn't work and on top of that with chronic pain way to induced. Depression

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The Next Evolution of Vaginal Health Awareness, Screening, Practice, and Policy;

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04:33 min | Last month

The Next Evolution of Vaginal Health Awareness, Screening, Practice, and Policy;

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege of hosting sherry palm. She's the founder and ceo of a pops. The association for pelvic organ prolapse support. She's the author of three editions of the award. Winning book pelvic organ. Prolapse the silent epidemic a pelvic organ prolapse patient advocate battle and intimate health activists international recognized speaker pop key opinion leader and prolific writer regarding pop. Which is the pelvic organ. Prolapse will using that acronym pop Emotional social sexual fitness and employment quality of life impact. She writes on all of these things and today. We're learning more about pelvic organ prolapse how it affects folks. Why and what we can do about it so sherry. Thanks so much for taking the time to be on the podcast with us today. Thank you so much for this opportunity. So i really do appreciate the time. Share information with your following absolutely and so sherry. I'm excited for our chat to before we dive into your organization. I want to learn more about you. And we'll catch you started in this. Healthcare dernie well is a classic case of discovery diagnosis with a health condition. You've never heard of. I was a diagnosed thirty and had done everything. I could to change the dynamic of my life. I was told. Mb wheelchair-bound short timeframe. And so. I did a lot of proactive engagement with what i can do that. Optimize my health and it worked. What i've done did work so moving. Forward into my mid fifties. I started to notice symptoms. And i was a little curious what those symptoms meant not give you the condensed version of it. I'll you of tidy for your when i would go to the bathroom. I've always worked to sixty hour week. That's minority and go the bathroom to he and after about three months old noticing. A bulge down around my vaginal area got a little bit curious and god a hand held mirror out to take a look to see what was going on down there and discovered a walnut sized. And of course your brain goes to tumor right away when you think about on So i was. I wasn't freaking out. Completely because i had no pain with it. It was just something. That was weird. And i knew it wasn't normals had to be addressed so i sent an email to my buddy who happened to be a doctor. Lucky beam and she's combined. We'll do a pelvic exam upon examination. She told me very matter of factly. You help pelvic organ prolapse. I will fit you with a pessaries and if you're not happy with the past three. I will recommend a highly skilled euro gynecologist to address it surgical angle. Why never heard of any of those terms before. So i was a little coffee this to say but she for the past three. Which is actually an incredible device that you can but in that kind of like the diaphragm support your internal organs and backdrop is leaving harper's and prolapse. I is a condition. Where is the organs in your pelvic cavity. Start to move into vagina and push their way down and out. All of the vaginal canal as your pelvic muscle isn't strong enough or is damaged and cannot support those organs from underneath them anymore. So i am home from that appointment and did what most people will do by dr google. What up with that. And on tons of information about prolapse and everything that i read said the same thing. It's so common and my take away from. That was how come i've ever heard of this before. But so common so within a very short timeframe my curiosity turned to anger and frustration. To be honest with you. And i knew that if i didn't know about this condition at other women didn't know about this condition because i had been so proactive about my health so i moved into action quickly. I knew that it was only one way to really optimize getting information to women and that was during a book and have any knowledge about writing books but it just felt right so i went off in that direction and with two weeks after was for that test. Pessaries from my doctor. I realized that that wasn't going to work for me. I mean she great job you re different on the inside as we are in the outside and so what position fits omen for pessaries. Sometimes go through two or three or more tries to get the right fit with me. I was lucky. I had a great doctor. She got the right fit right. I'll shoot and i went home and i was happy. I could take it out in nighttime and embrace of insert in the morning and it worked wealth me at provided support from april. But within two weeks of doing that. I recognize that. I just didn't have time to deal with that.

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interview With Scott Whyte, Chief Digital Officer at AeroSafe Global

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04:26 min | Last month

interview With Scott Whyte, Chief Digital Officer at AeroSafe Global

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today i have the privilege of hosting scott white. He is the chief digital officer at air safe. Global scott is a veteran life sciences and health. It leader with over twenty five years of experience serving the nation's largest life-science provider payer and health solutions organizations at zero safe global he's responsible for driving digital innovation partner and customer relationships and more scots also actively advising early stage health technology companies and investors on health tech prior to joining arrow safe scott was the chief strategy officer at clear data the leading life sciences and healthcare cloud automation insecurity company where he helped drive thirty x growth. In prior roles scott served as the it vice president common spirit health vice president and cio of phoenix children's hospital and seventeen years helping build. The healthcare practices at siemens healthcare and cap. Gemini is serving hospitals health insurance and life. Science companies scotus spoken nationally on topics including accountable. Care cloud information exchanges digital engagement. Engine olmecs. his background is impressive and And also multifaceted and so. I think everybody's gonna enjoy our conversation with scott today. Scott thank you so much for joining us so it is great to be with you today. Really excited to Talk with you. Yeah likewise scott and so before we dive into air safe global in the work that that you guys are doing there. I wanna learn more about you. Scott and have the listeners learn about you and what inspires your work in healthcare good. So hey it'd be good to go back in the early days. I was so excited about. Technology was a programmer early in high school. These days were just coming out and studied information systems and was excited to to apply technology to make businesses better and i was not actually interested in healthcare but my consulting organization assigned to a project at kaiser in northern california helped design implement and go live with the system in a brand new hospital northern california. I completed cop bug so working with physicians and nurses lab pharmacy radiology people and the beauty and complexity of the human body medicine. I'm along with having problems to solve. I mean there's really some broken workflows need for improved information. Sharing just just pulled me on and that's been a twenty five to now pushing thirty year journey of wrestling with problems in healthcare and expires me. Because there's there are still Illness and disease and tried to burn out so many problems that we need to work on to apply technology to To make things better. Not that is partially. Yeah that's so interesting scott and you've been through a lot and so now you're you're doing some very interesting work at at aero safe so talk to us about what you guys are up to there and what exactly you're doing to add value to the healthcare ecosystem well it is so relevant to day Arrow safe global focuses on cold chain shipping for pharmaceuticals. That's very important me that even amongst healthcare professionals very few knew about it until right now. It's in the national news. Because of kobe challenge and the challenge of shipping vaccine some some which needs to be at negative seventy degrees celsius and so cold. Chain strengthen center even in mainstream media. So i'm thankful to be a part of that too. Been as we speak the involved in the delivery of vaccines all of the world and my role digital side is to connect our digital cold chain solutions with other parts of the healthcare ecosystem. And so even just this morning was talking with a global medical device company about ways to bridge some of the big gaps and problems that we have between the vaccine and devices other elements of the system. That really all need to come together ultimately in order to vaccinate people and Pushback this this awful pandemic

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Interview With Sanket Shah, the AVP of National Accounts at Blue Health Intelligence

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05:48 min | Last month

Interview With Sanket Shah, the AVP of National Accounts at Blue Health Intelligence

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today i have the privilege of hosting sank cat shah. He's the vp of national accounts at blue health intelligence. He is a highly respected and experience healthcare industry professional with expertise in healthcare data business intelligence organization strategy and advanced analytics over fifteen plus years of progressive experience as a strategic thinker. Saint cat is an executed with a history of scaling and driving brand positioning of complex health. It solutions and growth oriented environments mature an emerging verticals. He's well network with a solid industry reputation as a trusted adviser and brand advocate who continuously diversifies revenue streams via deep insight into the competitive landscape market demand risks and customer value creation to solidify dominant industry presence. He is just a an incredible mind in the business of healthcare performance. History for him is directly relations to healthcare's most dynamic trends around data analytics care management ordination population health management value base care. Ehr emr so. He's just doing an incredible job of that serving in the for blue health intelligence but also clinical assistant professor at the university of illinois at chicago. I think the perspective that he brings is unique. And i'm really excited to have them here with all of us. Oh sang cat. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks appreciate thank you for having absolutely so before we get into the work That you guys are doing at blue health intelligence and obviously listeners. You probably recall. We had Swati abbott who is the ceo. Blue health intelligence. You haven't had a chance to listen to the interview. Please go ahead and And take a listen but before we dive into your take and the work that you and your team are up to saint at blue health intelligence love to hear more about what inspires your work in healthcare sure. Yeah i've been in this industry for you mentioned earlier about a fifteen close years and was really firing for me is the ever. So changing landscape within the industry specifically from the technology side. It's names Where's you're seeing just tremendous growth In terms of you know back from way way back when when we were working paper charts into the high tech acted the marseille and then ultimately leveraging data to provide better outcomes for our members and our patients. So that's really really inspiring to me and kind of you mentioned the university of illinois chicago program now. A part of that's really where most of my passion is listening to these students that are rolled into the program. Those that are looking to make a difference within the healthcare industry and really helping guiding vise. V next wave of leaders. You know listening from their perspective. They come from all walks of life now nurses and analyze analytic folks doctors. You name it and just getting their perspective on how they're trying to tackle the biggest issues in coming together to help solve those issues has been really aspiring for me and Look i i look forward to talking to them and working with them and really excited about just another guy program and also in space. Yeah for sure and And so you've got this unique perspective. Where you're you know training and educating some of the rising talent as well as working in the industry and so how would you say today you know the business beheld. Intelligence is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem and in particular who is adding value to sure. Well unique about be. Hr intelligence is that we have a very Quite frankly a sought after accident. That is one of the world's largest healthcare claims databases. It's conformed it is being supported by our blue partner plans and within that warehouse database is essentially over two hundred nine lines worship data over ten plus years. So you can imagine the types of And that we can actually glean insights from the state and what we're doing that's really unique within the. Hi is taking a step beyond what i consider. The the tradition of disrupted diagnostic. Analytics really is what's happening and kind of why it's happening. But the industry itself is shifting and a lot of thought leaders and a lot of organizational leaders are really taking the next step of that journey and going from the the diagnostic descriptive analytics. More into the predictive space and the prescriptive say so not only. Do i want to know what's happening. Wife having that's kind of just you know part of business and nowadays it is now. Well what what. What should i help for. What should i be looking out for in the next say three months five years and so forth and then ultimately what should i do about it. That's that prescriptive analytics comes into place. And we've been heavily investing here in. Hi to really bolster our analytic capabilities to to help support our partners and by way Of of that collaboration certainly trickling down to the providers within the health systems that are engaged with the members and ultimately the beneficiary near as certainly most members and in our our kind of goal here is in the h. Is has always been using data to drive form decision making to lower costs for healthcare but also certainly improve quality for members.

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"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

06:46 min | Last month

"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

"That that that's faded off as an interesting point you raise the ultimately ultimately the buck stops with the doctor. You are correct It's an interesting one as well because we looked ahead to next year is almost certain that mocks going to be until may maybe possibly later than that. Of course we don't know what the calendar is going to look like with the covid situation. We've got vaccines come. And it's going to take twenty twenty one isn't gonna be a normal year even though the vaccines is gonna take a long time for everyone to get immunized but even as human season starts in march and catta honda needs a replacement and the door. The door has been left open. No for hundred of its. He also what i think that under your show has put himself in that position. Nineteen he was clever though to don let a commit himself to any. I wouldn't say because it doesn't sound. But yes i will say meaner project like being a writer I don't respect any of the dead by continuing. He uses the on trying to win braces. I will tell you that tiny desk writer. He can be considered as a meaner Anyway apart from that i think that he has put him helping in that position. And the thing is. I think in the next to lunch rally. We will see. We will have a more clear picture. About how mark is gonna belong in his right arm. The devolution apiece injury and then honda. We'll have a more clear idea of what were to go. I mean it's not the same you you know that mark in the end is gonna miss three four five. Six racists is story but if you know that after the race number seven I don't k- raise number. Seven number seeks as number eight. He's gonna come back. That warner strategy dipoto but it you hop doubt about it and and i mean dumbing me wrong. But is opposed to eighty. I mean we've been like five six months waiting for his comeback and didn't happen so we don't have the you know within have we the know if he's gonna go back and ten percent show net blind eye on that we'll have to maybe change their approach to the strategy and luke for Yeah faster passer option than steph. I'm brother who really do the job. Especially at the did last part of last season yes stephane did a great job obviously and what honda one to avoid a problem of Had was that they don't want the test rate or racing because then they don't have the direct tax rate of testing. Don't forget the next year. We have forest her oakland today in the to see repsol deemed show. It means that mason neo writer. You cannot not put all the pressure on him since the beginning because honda is not an easy bike and a to see is not an easy theme to the rightful. So yeah. I think they would have to celebrate very well. Each one of the states they would have to to make. Yeah just finally on mark. I suppose was lucky in this situation. Honda doesn't need to rush anything because they've got mark for four years. They've of course they didn't have a four year contract as no as the honda. Go out we're going to get rid of him because mark's a normal rate of but if got that time frame to go look we. We don't need to rush it. He's not gonna to go anywhere. Let's just take attainment. I what they've seen this year. I guess will be holding his approach. Now just be to to take their tame wild early approach nearly approach possible continuing the the situation The gravity of the situation. I mean what else are they going. I mean honda knows at markets I interested on on on. Yeah undercover on his rookery on recovery. Show a natural point on on trying to. I mean day will try to explore all the options before Continuing any other any other solution yet. The main thing is that we get mocked back. And i think that's what everyone wants is a fully fit mark back because we we miss him and we don't want to regulate is career ended by injury. We know it can happen. But it's just yeah we want mock back. i think that's we all want. And i think all the other rider sworn because i think they are suffering from looking at Going to those very difficult times. Yeah absolutely well. We wish. I'm sure he's i'm sure he's obviously listening to our podcast but we wish mark called the best for his recovery. Hope him back. Said we'll wrap up there. Your thank you ever so much for staying up late and speaking. Just a few late where you go. Listen all oliver other podcasts. We've been working like mad over the past few weeks for the features mentioned your a great one about marquez. I wrote a slightly mistaken feature. But paul grow on his challenge facing marquez. Still as relevant feature thinks it's relevant was. It was a great job. Yeah you read oliver stuff on sport and motorsport dot com and of course. The sport awards are no open. There is a raider of the year category. So go and vote there lot of anger that jonathan ray wasn't nominated for bbc sports personality of the year but he's nominated for the year so and that's the only award that matter so they would go. You can go there Yeah we would back at some point maybe next week. We're not sure we're taking it. Nice and easy over the next few weeks i think. We've we've learned that much but do keep looking after yourselves. I move speak to said..

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"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

07:44 min | Last month

"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

"Me as ever is oreo push simone inury. I'm good. I'm good thank you. Yeah we had I'd be the days and then yeah not that much Because are things are on. But i'm i'm happy and ready. Yeah i was. I was gonna ask you if you've been enjoying some some nice relaxed tim off. But we don't really get in journalism. Dewey not i mean yeah. That's our well that it could be a lot worse. As you mentioned there there has been some news. Of course on thursday honda confirmed marquez. Has had a third operation on his broken arm. I mess one as quite serious because it looks like he's going to be for at least six months honda's yet to give us a time-scale but that seems to be all the experts. Everyone seems to say five six months. What is looking at so just one. Do you know about the civil whether the thing is that the That works so we do Dime a means that I mean the danger of having that eight hours of surgery means that I mean into more risky than than normal because they enjoy can be. Infected wound can be infected And the other supermarket Okay now we are getting into a process where first of all we need to find out. A everything was fine. Everything was fine with surgery in three weeks. We will know that there was no infection. That knows what we're going to have sake on stage between six and eight weeks where we will have to date. The doctors would have to see if this new born new bone. So if this kind of surgery Is our mean success. between six eight Weeks there would have to be a a newborn so it will be the best input to say that a way i mean everything goes to the right direction yet. The honda center press release so and so's sort of detailing. What discharge roy's which is. Oh my that's a law layers for what it was but essentially as it was it was a board graft freud tipped bone from the and it was placed there with a play in the right arm as far as undestand and as you mentioned earlier the end the ideas that it will help grow the bone. Thank you euro in your story to. The born took is high in red blood cells. Soft on store should eight growth. This show is how i think. How serious marks injury has been. Because you know we. We know that. I operation went well and he tried to come back. And you wrote a fantastic feature which we don't also support multiple dot com about the mistake that mark made which was to come back just four days after that surgery that weakened the bordon know now that second recovery team from that second operation has been so slow Alberta poos even said on portugal he said look at has taken a lot longer than we thought it would. Of course martin race again so just shows has serious as all. Yeah i mean by by this first mistake. I didn't want to of course his response of these mistake because he was the one jumping into bike. And here's the one deciding to to try but at the same time He had a green light from the doctor. A new doctor said at that point. No that was going on jumping into the by gemini device chokes. On by the time we still know if this that first socially was really. Let's say the best with the best possible outcome and we don't know the plate west the best one. I mean now after all the domestic very easy to talk i mean. Let's put it this way and from our position only twenty easy to say no. She should have done this by the berlin means that you have to come back. You know we want to go. I mean everybody and anybody can make this kind of mistake. Me you any body in his vision in can make this kind of mistake. Back in the end Let's initially this kind of injury after We were all even mark was expecting maybe in the worst scenario losing do through racist maximum. Now who's going to be eleven months out so it means than the situation is very very very extreme ready delegate so let's yeah as you're you're right he came back. He felt fine after that for surgery. And honda over against it. They said they'd packed up. Sent a resin home in neighbors. Like no you're not racing. And then he came back. He passed all the the motor. Gp medical checks. I think that's important thing to point out that he was cleared by motor. Gp to race as well so mark from that point of view you say is easy to say. I should have done this. That the next thing but mark was given all the green lights he felt himself he was able to and as a racer. That's what racers do they fight through hell to come and race. We see -rageous comeback from a horrible horrible injuries so quickly. That's what they do. But i think it highlights. And i think you picked up a as well and your feature highlights perhaps the rigorous the the the tests to clear raiders need to become more rigorous because the the situation and this was mentioned by some writers at the time and they southwell Gp says it's fighting trust up but maybe there needs to be a change. Perhaps but but i. I don't think that this needs to Let's say decide. If the rider is able to to participate in a race or or not because in the end he could have raced but at an he would have been a. I mean a danger for him. I show indian. I wouldn't say that this kind of Yet techs are the ones will have to decide I mean you know wait yes but deductibles are the ones having all the information all the you know the the x rays and all this medical techs who are they the ones who have the knowledge to decide okay. This guy is is able to to participate in to complete a raise and are qualifying tashaun and bush at head level. I wouldn't say on the percents Set the level without taking so much therese specially for himself and then of course for the others but i don't see the skyline of medical checks shocking that there's some misunderstanding on that. At least hoi. See this this. This.

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interview With Emily Reiser

Outcomes Rocket

04:54 min | 2 months ago

interview With Emily Reiser

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege of hosting emily riser. She is the senior manager of innovation community engagement with the texas medical center. She supports clinicians and administrators at the tmc member institutions as well as hundreds of startups and other corporate partners engaged with tmc innovation. You guys have probably heard some of the healthcare entrepreneurs we've had out of the center. They're doing such incredible things in her previous role at emc she was a strategist for two tmc x. Cohorts she contributed to the redesign of the tmc axe program for twenty twenty and started the tmc alpha program for local innovators prior to joining tmc innovation. She led and venture a nonprofit organization supporting entrepreneurship training and company formation in the life sciences. She has directly contributed to business development projects with dozens of local life startups and supported the formation of four new companies. So her heart is totally in healthcare. Emily earned her bachelor's in biology from emory university and her phd in bio engineering from university focused on drug delivery for cancer immunotherapy. So you can imagine that. It's going to be a really cool conversation and emily Really really grateful that you Carved out some time to be with us today. Thanks for thanks for being outcast. Thank you so much saw so excited to be with today. Yeah and so you have such a cool experience right you've been in the healthcare startups and you know you've kind of gone pretty far in your formal education with bio engineering. And now you're in this area with this like incubating these cool really forward thinking companies that are changing the game. so what is it that Inspires your work in healthcare. I think a lot of us in healthcare are looking to have an impact on how patients are being cared for and that certainly inspires my work as well. And i always knew that i wanted to be in the healthcare space but didn't know how to do that while also making the most impact that i could so when exploring -nology that took me into research which you know if you can develop something that s- impacts you know thousands of people then really feels like you've done something meaningful to impact patient care but of course you have to pick something good you can spend your whole life Working on something. That doesn't end up doing that. And so i've moved more close to the patient closer to the bedside throughout my journey and now i have the privilege to work with folks that are directly saving lives. Impacting how how systems are ryan and making things easier for clinicians hospital administrators and then of course the patients to access the care that they need. So that's what. I love about my job right now. Is being able to work with somebody different kinds of people within the community you know. The house systems themselves clinicians entrepreneurs so every day is different but every single person is working toward making patient. Care better love that you're so mission oriented in that love their by two as you as you think about the work you guys are doing. Tmc is texas medical centers innovationlab. And so i think it's a good opportunity for folks that don't know about it to educate them about it but then after you tell us about it let us know a little bit more about how you're adding value to the healthcare ecosystem absolutely so the texas medical center is that's really interesting. Nonprofit organization that was started seventy five years ago through a gift from the md anderson foundation and we don't provide health care so we're not a health stem but we provide infrastructure that sits under md anderson texas children's houston methodist small herman and twenty one other different clinical institutions as. Well as you know. Other research institutions universities rice university of houston etc and so our role is to be the connective tissue and dr collaboration between and among all of the different institutions. So right now that looks like data that we publish every day around You can go to our website. I you and see how were clobbering across all these institutions to share updates on hospitalizations and other things that are relevant within our hospitals or doing a lot of work behind the scenes to try and make sure that everyone is cloud reading and and sharing best practices. And there's been a lot of really cool work coming out of that but five years ago we also started this great innovation initiative which combines space talent physical resources that all come together to provide different actors to entrepreneurs that can work with our health systems. And so it's an incubator. We have a partnership with johnson and johnson j. labs and body and other corporate partners to create density around making startups possible and always relevant tied back to the clinical application clinical outcomes. And

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Equipping Frontline Providers in The Fight Against Skin Cancer with Cody Simmons

Outcomes Rocket

05:35 min | 2 months ago

Equipping Frontline Providers in The Fight Against Skin Cancer with Cody Simmons

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here and two day. I have the privilege of hosting cody. Simmons is a bio engineer and entrepreneur that has spent his whole career dedicated to bringing new health technologies to physicians and patients prior to his tenure with dermot sensor cody lead commercial efforts for a silicon valley medical device screening startup and also held business development and commercial strategy roles at genetic cody join dermot sensor in may two thousand sixteen as co founder and ceo. He has led the company through raising fifteen million in financing extensive product-development efforts multiple clinical studies and most recently successful regulatory clearances that now allow for the product to be sold commercially. He is an excellent leader in health. Care taken really. You know the advantage of of the advances in digital health to help primary caregivers as well as patience maximize their health cody. I'm really excited to have you on the podcast to learn more about what you guys are up to and more about you. Thanks for joining. I appreciate that and the excitement is shared Thanks for having me today. And like i said very excited to be speaking with you and to have our work featured on your podcast. Absolutely code eight. Now dermot sensor is is. I mean just fascinating evaluating skin cancer in a much simpler way. one on learn more about this as the listeners. Do too but before we dive into that. I love the know more about what inspires your work and healthcare. Sure will i think first and foremost helping patients Is really my inspiration for working in healthcare hands down. I think that everyone faces at least some challenges and frustrations With their job and their day to day work. And i think our company and me personally you know no exception to that would be called work but dinner the day knowing that if you're able to overcome those challenges in your start up and your product is successful knowing that success will benefit hundreds or thousands of patients that is incredibly motivating for me. And i'd say in line with that. I think for entrepreneurs you know. The common expression is that we're supposed to dress unmet needs and as as you've seen obviously from from from all your your work in the podcast. Unfortunately there's no shortage of unmet needs in healthcare and many of them are very large. Ones that fixing not only greatly benefit people's health but depending on the solution also oftentimes i think has a potential to sit health system money and of course patients ultimately pay for parole healthcare whether it's directly or through their employer for private insurance or through taxes that go to medicare and medicaid For sure yeah. And you know we were experiencing so much change and you know. The epidemic has accelerated that change in digital medicine and telemedicine remote care what you guys are doing fascinating and skin. Cancer is a huge problem. It goes unaddressed like undiscovered. It's way too late and so tell us a little about what you guys are doing to add value to the healthcare ecosystem. Sure sure and yet it really is a big problem and you know a clear. Our product is not yet approved by the fda for use in the us but as you mentioned in it is available and certain areas abroad. Who just announced that. Dermot sensor received seamark for sale in europe as well as regulatory clearances australia in a new zealand. So for the u. s. Yeah so that that's been exciting milestone for us and in the us we hope to be approved next year and then after that to start. Adding value to healthcare system in a couple of men was to just address your question so our our company's mission is to improve patients access to effective stink cancer checks as you noted. Writing cancer is very common. It's actually the most common cancer in the united states in melanoma the number one cancer killer of young women fortunately effective effectively skin cancer can be successfully treated if it's detected early enough unfortunately the average wait time in the us dermatologist's appointment once a two months and because of that and other cost access issues. The majority of americans report having never been checked her skin cancer in illness. Small fraction of americans do so annually. Which is direct recognition for many of us So our our main objective to fulfill our mission of improving patients accessed effected skin cancer. Sharks is really empower. America's hundreds of thousands of frontline providers primary care providers like family physicians internists clinicians at retail clinics to more effectively. Catch skin cancer Study showed that primary care providers they're not dermatologists and that that they only correctly decides to refer biopsy a malignant lesion as little as fifty four percent of the time but melanoma fighters survival rates. Go from well under fifty percent for stage. Four melanoma to high nineties for stage. one mellon all not so virtual helps detect nominal. Earlier helps these primary care providers which by definition frontline providers right so the patients often in early. That would be huge. So so detecting melanoma earlier. It's this to help a bad dad. Be a huge benefit for patients. Survival and also treatment costs relate stage. No no law can be over a million dollars whereas stage one mellon on the treatment typically just cost a two thousand dollars

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Packers survive scare from Jaguars, hang on for win

Around the NFL

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Packers survive scare from Jaguars, hang on for win

"Wayne laravie. Wtmj with the call. Knicks shook now joins us. They adams did what davante adams does go down on. The packers won his. Td grab in. The fourth quarter was the difference in twenty four twenty win over the jaguars at lambeau shook. I know home. Field advantage was like fun and happiness in general eradicated by covid nineteen but how the hell the green bay let the loot nights hang up. It was weird games. I mean every once in a while you see a team that is clearly superior play a lesser team and not necessarily make mistakes but just things of unfold where the lesser team manages to stay in the game. A punt return for a touchdown makes what was going to be a runaway game. Close game just kind of unfolds from there that's really what the jaguars did for the most part Until the latter stages of the game when you actually put the ball and jake luton's hands and well we saw the result. I mean he's he's simply not the guy. But i mean a credit them for battling and and for sticking around the game long enough to make it competitive but ultimately the better team won the have to be thrilled. That marquez valdes scantling Put up the kind of game he did that. It's not just davante adams. But aaron jones came back on. I'm looking at the numbers here. Not mind-blowing was it was just sort of the way the game went that he wasn't massively. Impactful yeah and it was one of those strange games where the packers one time of possession by a small margin and it worked out of the jaguars favor in that. It limited them from making their own mistakes. You know the longer. The packers had the ball the less of a chance to jaguars had to make a game changing or a crushing mistake. Like throwing pick six or something like that and the credit to the jaguars for limiting the packers ability to turn those into points for the most part. It was the packers settling for three. Not being able to turn those possessions into touchdowns except for a few occasions and kind of just resulting in a closer game than expected. But i mean if you watch the game on the field for the most part you could tell you knew who was the better team like we knew coming into this game and it was just a matter of them pulling out the victory. Not everyone is pretty. And this is an ugly win for the packers. But it's still the same in the standings even was against the jack bars.

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Packers struggle to put away Jags, get by for 24-20 win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Packers struggle to put away Jags, get by for 24-20 win

"Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third in the Packers twenty four twenty victory against the Jaguars Rogers was twenty four thirty four for three hundred twenty five yards as Green Bay improved to seventy two he put the Packers ahead for good by throwing a six yard TD pass to Davante Adams with nine eleven left the Packers QB also had a seventy eight yard scoring strike to Marquez Valdez scantling who caught four passes for a career high one hundred forty nine yards Keelan Cole scored on a franchise record ninety one yard punt return and a twelve yard reception for Jacksonville which has dropped eight straight since a season opening win I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bridging HUGE Gaps between Consumers, Providers, and Payors with Evan Osborne

Outcomes Rocket

06:03 min | 2 months ago

Bridging HUGE Gaps between Consumers, Providers, and Payors with Evan Osborne

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here and today. I have the privilege of hosting evan osborne. Evan osborne is the founder and managing partner of diabetics united and also president and ceo of ride salem and healthcare management consultant with a focus and quality initiatives and change management. Evan has over ten years of professional experience in direct patient. care as well as he's he's held leadership roles and both the payer and provider rounds of the industry. Evan has a diverse background and continuous improvement systems building and program management and has earned a bachelor's degree in biology at western oregon. University and in therapeutic radiation oncology from the oregon health and science university. He later earned his master's degree in public health at the university massachusetts amherst and is currently completing a doctor of business administration at california southern university. I'm excited a chat about the work. That evan is doing with diabetics united and really his his contributions to healthcare overall. So evan. such a pleasure to have you here with us. Thanks for joining honor to be on. Your program saw a mouthful that you just read off from my for working through year busy man. You're a busy man. I liked the busy thinks you know so. One of my favorite quotes is an idle. Mind is a workshop of the devil. The right yup. Yup you've done a lot of really great stuff in in healthcare avenue. I definitely want to share with everybody. Listening the work that you guys are up to bat diabetics united but also unite salem. Which is really cool. Cool stuff but before we dive into that just park for second and under better understand. What inspires your work in healthcare. Certainly will it's comes back at the turn of the century when i was pursuing a career opportunities aligned with my education being biology and computer science unique blend of potentially stepping into the healthcare realm and then during that time on a personal level. I had a one of my favorite uncle Called me up. And tell me about their their brain tumor that they just developed and They were working with some health. Professionals called radiation therapists us. I really enjoy His time with them. They're really good at what they do. Such an i never heard of such a field before around the same time. I university Counselor recommended a program oregon. Health and science university radiation oncology. And so having not so close together being told about the program and i looked into it and before i knew it was gonna program wonderful program there in portland oregon And then ten years later after working bedside in oncology taking on leadership roles progressive leadership. I was exposed to bigger picture. Realms healthcare And then on a personal note. I later developed Type one diabetes late in life. So i went from a very rarely going to healthcare. Not really seeing it on the customer's level. More just out of the health. Professional became a frequent flyer. Customer i seen it from end to end. And then my career took me into both sides of the industry and the health insurance industry hostile side and then consulting as well So with my diverse background there and my personal connection with it I continue to strive to to contributes improving yourself to the healthcare system that that's unfortunately a little bit more messed up. And we'd like to net but with all the numbers out there. It's it's easy to see that it needs improvements. And that's what motivates me to continue getting up every day to kalki poker evan That's that's great man. I mean how those two road scott converge to get you in new on the young college field and then you you stayed in and then type one diabetes happens to you and you just like you said this. This is it for a year it contributing in a big way. I appreciate you sharing your story very down and you know what i you know. We don't truly fully understand until you live it and You know having the the steps that that you have to take to manage diabetes. You live it firsthand and inspired you to create diabetics united. So tell us a little bit about diabetics united and what you guys are doing to help the healthcare ecosystem and in particular Think consumers right. Yeah her so. When i first was diagnosed stylish trying to teach myself a green all the information that i could help management as even and what i noticed. Was you know. There's pockets of information throughout the internet to go pretty deep to get what useful and practical you the season diabetics. So you have an enormous amount of information for diabetes one basically so someone that's in the process of developing diabetes or just recently got diagnosed. You're just basically learning alphabet diabetes. That's what's out there But there is no actual central location where it takes it to the next level. More of a practical approach bringing everyone together in the industry so Like a hub. And google is the hub in in essence. There's so many layers to get to where you need to go. It's not filtered out. And it takes a lot of time to get what is pertinent that you're looking for from someone such as myself. A background and diabetes kinda still through a narrow it down to what's practical to diabetics But also the ability to interact with it so diabetes united completely interactive platform on a web based solution. We can say so. Members can get on the website and an add content to sites. It's kind of a fusion of facebook. Amazon and wing thin And we've got some other Services that were hoping to roll out here in august. That'll be practical to this day and age being remotely accessible and coach

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"marquez" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"A second surgery during the second surgery afterward thinks more changing and he literally told me go. Well we could try this and if it doesn't work and we need to talk about doing different Different route two different Place so that's He did tell me that time. But i think about hoping i still kept pushing through it after the you'll be one of those guys that's gonna lock by an offer almost every week people you want to be around on visiting. I took twenty eight months off. Not on purpose just by out was after this fight. I would love if everything goes great. I love to continue going out. Love to continue being the thing is the. Us has been missing julian marquez. That's the big. You guys have been waiting for media return. You've been waiting for my also Character you've been waiting for me to talk to you guys. And that's the thing is when i'm in there. It's electrifying flying after post fighting reviews during interviews. It's always great. It's always exciting in. It's always something. You're looking forward to to hear me talk so i want to get in there and get going you know. Don't along with these terrorists. I'll take these fights keep going you know. I just had two years of recovery. And right now i can sit there and take all this damage and take all this punishment on my body because by body is being treated correctly during the time off cuba missile crisis author dabbling in the podcast rose above beauty and the beast. Learn beauty and the beast podcast. So i met with her. And i both love him. May we love You know just about everything she does and we kinda just mashed together and we'd always talk in. We loved the fact that you know we were just so easy to talk to each other so we decided to podcast together called beauty and the beast podcast where we talk about sex. It's best sports drugs now. Just kidding not drugs but we talk about sex bats relationships and fights and i think they all really go hand in hand. I mean a lot of people have great fights in the nab make a sack survey have great picks and they lose a lot of money and they wanna fight their friend. Forgiving that pigs. So you don't really goes hand in hand kendra neier peanut butter and jelly go together. I don't know she knows what she doesn't know. I know it's just more together. It's a a very funny topic very fun. Conversation fix your better for her. It's a it's a winner for her for sure she she laws fighting and you know you should have her on your guys as podcast. You should have her up here and have a conversation with her because she's phenomenal awesome. She's educated and you know she's good at what she does. I'm pretty sure you guys look at a couple videos of her. Possibly look only one working out arpan in over and you buy all joining us here radio. Absolutely they you guys for having me miss you guys so much and i apologize that this isn't and i'm having terrible service but hey you know what november fourteenth. You'll see my beautiful face in the ring outside the ring afterwards. We'll get together. We'll have a conversation and we'll blow some stuff up. Sounds good even joining us here on. Ma junkie radio. He's gonna be fighting on november fourteen verses supper argh supper bank sapphire off and as you'll see middleweight division here that card is headlined by islam. Maka chef versus failed assange. Eric anders is back abdulrazak. Hassan is back. The smoking back is a lot of talent on this card ashley yeller. The list goes on and on told you you'll see is going to be really really busy to close out the year. Follow joey marquez on his instagram at j. marquez. Mma and you get all the links therefore his podcast beauty and the beast. Good job goes getting julia on the show you. It was just a matter of We have our little one our window but we made it happen now has got to work on cormet get him back on but these things happen with our show when i grew up for we only gonna make said bob what we got. Julian will make up. We'll be four. Weeks will double up on gas. That way. you can always tell your friends. These guys average a guests a week. That's right tell your friends. They can subscribe very.

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Google antitrust case is opening salvo in war with Big Tech

The Tech Guy

05:12 min | 3 months ago

Google antitrust case is opening salvo in war with Big Tech

"What is the latest? You might ask what is the newest Mr Mr Tech Guy if that's what your name is, what is the latest news? about the IPHONE, right? We don't have to talk about that Ad Nauseam. You either get under you're not if you're getting you're getting excited and if you're not then you don't care. You're happy with whatever you have. there is some question of course about whether the iphones camera. Will. Best the? The camera of the. I guess the current leader, which is the Pixel Five. I don't include Samsung in that bunch. I know a lot of you do mike beat our chases my my Samsung as twenty as a best camera ever. But I think most camera nuts photography nuts will have to ask Chris, martyr foget. But most of most of the camera shots I know, say they too much processing in the Samsung both Google and? I phone to a more. Natural Look. And yet, both are using the state of the art and computational photography get more detail to get better low light performance. Number of people. Including Marquez Brownlee, the Youtube Star. Are Now weighing in saying you know. Even the old pixel. Even, the Pixel four four, a has a better camera than the new iphone. Isn't that's shocking. I think they're both I have to say I, think they're both so good at this point. That it's really now even the Samsung it's really now matter of personal taste. The opinion. Not, so much. The actual quality of the images which you like better. All of them do some significant processing it's just whether you like more or less than. How well they do in low light I'm looking for we haven't seen the iphone Pro Max, which is going to be the best of the new iphone twelve. Bunch because it's got the biggest sensors got It's actually kind of a cool technology. Optical image stabilization and it does it by when you jiggle the phone you know because you're his hand held, it jiggles the sensor, the chip. To, match your jiggles to to to smooth it out. And that's something really I don't think we've ever seen a phone before we've seen in high end cameras but have a phone. That's pretty good. Pretty good and the iphone you know is when just out of the box I think gives you a great images so we'll see. We'll. See What else? What else is going on? facebook and twitter CEOS are going back to court tested dot court Congress to testify a little bit more. This was the week that the Department of Justice decided to go after Google for. Being a monopoly for. Antitrust. Interesting. It's going to be interesting. We've been waiting for this. For a while everyone knew that the justice, department is going to file this suit and there's some merit I have to say there's some merit in the suit. because Google is Jain. ORMUZ and it does use its advantage in search. About eighty percent market share and search to help it I think in other areas it's for instance in advertising at both makes the market. Sells the advertising and places the advertising. Functions that could all three of them be separate? But Google does it all and that kind of might tilt the plainfield a little bit in their favor? But Google is quick to say well, but there's other places you can go to buy ads come on we're not the only one. So it'll be interesting to see the. Of course you remember the last big. Antitrust lawsuit against. which was who almost a little more than thirty years ago with the Department of Justice going after Microsoft, they don't go after many. Tech companies after many companies at all, there's only been one big antitrust action in the last twenty some years. And that went that went out with a fizzle that was the time Warner. CNN. Merger. with what was it at and T. Half I can't even remember anymore. That was really kind of a little bit politically motivated. I have to say and it went by the wayside pretty quick. Could say there are those who do this is politically motivated as well. If that's the case while I wonder. what will happen I don't know. We'll see. but I as I said I, think there's some merit in The case I don't think anybody would end the e probably gonNA pursue their own action. In this regard I don't think anybody would disagree with that and yet what do you do you? You can't break Google up. To. Make Google Sell Youtube in the shopping and just stick to search maybe sell advertising. I don't know if that's a good solution.

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Man Who Supplied Rifles in San Bernardino Attack, East of Los Angeles, Is Sentenced to 20 Years

Bill Handel

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Man Who Supplied Rifles in San Bernardino Attack, East of Los Angeles, Is Sentenced to 20 Years

"Who who provided provided guns guns for for a a terrorist terrorist attack attack that that killed killed 14. 14. People People in in San San Bernardino, Bernardino, has has been been sentenced. sentenced. Enrique Enrique Marquez Marquez junior junior will will serve serve 20 20 years years in in prison. prison. Marquez Marquez pleaded pleaded guilty guilty in in 2017 2017 in in a a plea plea deal deal and and had had tried tried unsuccessfully unsuccessfully to to withdraw withdraw his his plea. plea. Prosecutors Prosecutors had had asked asked for 25 for 25 years. years. Marquez Marquez was was sentenced sentenced yesterday yesterday in in federal federal court. court. Mark Mark is is admitted admitted to to buying buying two two rifles rifles for for his his friend friend Sayed Sayed Farook Farook and and fruits fruits wife wife so so the the pair pair could could open open fire fire on on a a gathering gathering of of coworkers coworkers on on December December 2nd 2nd at at the the inland inland regional regional Center. Center. 14 14 people people were were killed killed in in 22. 22. Others Others were were seriously seriously injured. injured. Marquez Marquez had had also also admitted admitted to to a a plot plot to to attack attack targets targets in in Riverside, Riverside, but but that that was was scrapped scrapped at at the the time time of of the the attack. attack. It was It was the the largest largest mass mass shooting shooting in in the the US US following following the the sandy sandy Hook Hook Elementary Elementary school school shooting shooting in in 2012. 2012. Steve Steve

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Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

Outcomes Rocket

06:57 min | 3 months ago

Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

"Welcome back to outcomes. Rocket saw Marquez here and today I have the privilege of hosting Amy Shannon. She is the chief commercial officer at Prima temp. Amy is passionate about applying data analytics to clinical science to advance the democratization of women's health care and ultimately outcomes she has led commercial activities representing. The spectrum of healthcare from population to personalized medicine amy hold roles in sales leadership business development, and finance with ally Lily and Guidance Corporation as lear of sales and marketing at Medical Simulation Corporation, amy inner team identified, and created a new hospital market never serviced by simulation industry focused on areas of high economic and mortality impact. Amy represented well, talk a machine learning data driven. Enterprise Company. and. Lead sales and marketing for flagship biosciences and a is driven computational tissue analysis platform to support drug development. Amy Has served as an industry advisor to the Leapfrog Group on patient safety a facilitator of the medical ethics course at the University of Colorado Medical School a volunteer with the Colorado Bioscience Association and is a strengths finder coach. All in one career is a pretty impressive And Amy's great is professional passion as leading and developing teams. She earned her bachelor's degree in Molecular and cellular developmental biology at the University of Colorado and her masters in Business Administration from Duke University. So it's a privilege to have you here on the podcast, Amy and really really thankful you could join us. Thanks for the kind introduction saw and honored to be here and I've really enjoyed learning from your other guests that have been on the podcast previously. Thank you. Yeah we appreciate. It, we definitely want to get diverse perspectives that that are out there in healthcare, and yours is quite unique and I'm really excited to dive into what you're doing with your team at premature before we do get into that though amy, I love to know what inspires your work in healthcare. We'll take saw really from the very beginning of always been fascinated with bioscience and healthcare at. That's been my passion interest pretty much solely and his corneas may sound I really love the fact. That your day to day worker Labor actually helps people. It's an incredible opportunity reward. But beyond that I'm really fascinated with intricacies and complexities of bioscience both on the level of a human body, as well as a healthcare ecosystem, and so if you think about the biological system design like the indecrompt and neurological electrical systems and how they influence each other, it's fascinating and then you take that macro level and you think about healthcare in the synergies and collisions of biology technology and behavioral. Economics. And Policy and psychology, and then salt the end of the day really just the individuality of human beings living out their lives You know they make some really intriguing intersections and I think it's fascinating to thrive at those intersections and a great place to be challenged intellectually emotionally, and then those intersections are really advancing the quadruple aim of healthcare care especially with application of Ai and our company. Prem- attempts doing just that were applying ai to biometric signals to understand what's happening in the body. While it, it's fascinating work and you know you've had spent some time in previous leadership positions with other companies in a you see the future there and so talked about really biometrics. So you know exactly how you guys are focusing on biometrics what biometrics is in particular to to what you guys are doing and how exactly you guys are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Let's do well. Thank you. Well, really we're using biometrics to empower women to make informed healthcare decisions and our. First application is infertility. So just to step back a little bit fertility starts to decline in women in their thirties and therefore many of us who are waiting to have kids were a little bit older. It makes conception and maintaining a pregnancy more challenging and the there's new data coming out from the World Health Organization that shows that one in four couples in developing countries have been affected by infertility Suda moved to your question about biometrics we use what's called advanced, Cronin Biological and circadian. Science to be able to pull up that biometrics. So it's all about when something is happening. So chronobiology biology's is a science, understanding the phases and operations of physiological and hormonal in systems of our bodies, and then applying time series analysis to that and being able to predict and understand a variety of medical conditions because each of these bodily systems they have rhythms to him and those rhythms our cycles are specific in each individual. So in other words, they have those rhythms they impact. Things like sleep and eating and women's monthly cycles. So when we do something critical like when we have intercourse to get pregnant or avoid pregnancy or even wind during the day, we might administer a drug therapy. So effective and has the fewest side effects. So think about that saw you a morning person or a night person I'm a morning person. Okay. So that's really controlled by your biological clock. So I've the night person, but I've had to kind of force myself in between work and kids. To be more of a morning, but that's not naturally what my body wants to be in on the weekends off fall back. So your morning, maybe I'm more like I didn't even think about that but maybe I'm more like that. Okay so What does your body do? Oh, on the weekends I'm up. I'm baby. Right, exactly. What's up? Yeah, that's interesting. Okay. Okay. That's fair Okay. So this is a bow. You know applying your your normal circadian biology to how things work out. So we do is we measure biological patterns that are controlled by the clocks, and so we do this with biometric of body temperature. So temperatures a proxy for physiological activities of our body. We've got a device or wearable Caprio in that measures core body temperature on a continual basis and core body temperatures really the gold standard, a circadian science, a very rich information signal, and as one of one of our advisers stated from a diagnostic perspective, it's like taking a blood draw every five minutes and the kind of information you can pull from that. So for our. First application, we're using that information to help women identify their fertile window for pregnancy, and then many women don't even have a window because of underlying issues. So we can provide this very high fidelity information through this continual biometric that can be used to diagnose and then track the effectiveness of treatments for those underlying conditions, and then we believe that we can apply these biometrics also to contraception to menopause to sleep disorders and eventually clinical areas such as the timing of delivery of drug therapies like chemotherapy for maximum effectiveness.

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Talking Pixel 5 with Android Central and Android Police

The Vergecast

05:38 min | 3 months ago

Talking Pixel 5 with Android Central and Android Police

"Of the weird hassles with the the Pixel five was that it was announced. months ago because Google when they announced the Pixel for a like. Oh and by the way we're going to have some phones later and they're going to be fine I don't know David What did you think of that moment there were they're like, Hey, also there's more phones coming. We're just tell you a little bit about them. Later I mean there were there were so many ways they could've taken. The way they really decided to do the announcement. It's hard to hold it against them. Knowing that the supply chain challenges they've been experiencing our they're they're they're bad I mean there's no other way to put it but I think that the way they ended up doing it I I was definitely in the candidates said just now all three of them at the same time pushed out the foray A. Little longer, but I think the way they did it is they were there under so much pressure to get the foray out at that point and you know and they've already established his track record of being willing to want something has been leaked endlessly, which has is with any Google product is going to be the case You know willing to be going on the record and say, yes, it exists Is. A good thing to do I generally for that? It kind of eases the tension. and. It doesn't stop the rumor mill a little bit, which is, which is obviously their goal I do think that there was they released the bare minimum amount of information to tantalize everybody. You could tell that there were two phones. We knew the names of the other than that. It was all still based on on the leaks that were pretty heavy during those you. Know late summer months, and until the the actual event and I just think that you know Google has this group of team Pixel people who are always on the lookout for for new information right? That's that's their bread and butter getting those pixel people excited about the new phones and this one in particular was hard because there just wasn't that much interesting about these phones. and. They needed to really grasp onto anything and I think that photo one that showed the little bit of metallic texture to the Pixel five kept people talking about it far more than they would have if it had been announced and then October came and it just got released. Yeah. No for sure. I completely agree to me the the pre announcement was also the when the Pixel for a came out. The context was everybody has to have five year carriers won't care about you at all and so I think that they may also had their hand forced by the industry where they had to be like, yeah, this phone exists, but we're not dummies we know five G. matters and we're going to have to make a five G. phone because otherwise you know carries won't give us the time of day. So they're. Coming to don't freak out I don't know whoever might freak out about Google hardware. So the the point you made about being not that interesting of phone that's like the central thing about the pixel five to me it's a lot of the reviews I've seen both yours mine. It's like this thing is pretty good, but it's boring and I it it's fine but it's not like amazing but I kinda like. It. Anyway is like kind of the zone and like you either like tilt that zone to this this is pretty good and I'm like relatively having with it or this isn't quite good enough. I'm not super happy with it, but it's like it's right in that mid range we did podcasts with Marquez Brownlee last week, we were trying to call the name for this new mid range of android phones premium nice. We're landing, which is terrible. What do you guys think about the fact that like the most? Interesting phones or at least the the phones that are hardest to decide which one to buy are in this I don't know six to eight hundred dollar range whereas you know the top of the line stuff. You just you just by the best one and you're done I. Mean I think that what we're seeing is you know the commoditisation of the higher end phones to play out now and I think that's was inevitable. You know we saw it with laptops over the years to, and now the the markets mature manufacturers are starting to figure out which corners to. Cut and I feel like that's what we're seeing. The Galaxy s twenty Efi what we're seeing at the one eight t you know with some of the stuff motos had come out recently to funds like the algae velvet and think that there's going to be some back and forth is they figure out what consumers are willing to give up and what they've actually really want and you know I obviously came down on the side of I think Google cut too hard cut too deep with the Pixel five and you know with phones like the Galaxy, twentieth? IC- a more compelling argument in this price range where you're giving up less granted, you know Samsung phones, their own various faults and foibles, but Hugo I understand the I understand the kind of thesis they're working with here they want to build you know it's this glass and metal slab and it does the same things. Every other awesome metal slab does right and they want to give you the things that make that glass and metal slab nice and. Convenient to own and rather than focusing on pushing big marketing bullet points like you know it has six cameras and you know like a support for you know this crazy fast charging that nobody actually really needs. But on the other hand I think in the US in particular, their price point was just very ill advised I think that they're going to have to walk it back and I think there's GonNa be a sale next month on. Black Friday. I would I will not be surprised see the because it happens every year but this year in particular feel like they have, they're going the other thing going that's in the US is aggressive carrier promotions right now for funds that are frankly better, and that's that's a real problem. I think they're going to encounter because I don't think Google has the volume and the scale to basically give phones away the way A. Samsung or an apple

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"marquez" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

07:00 min | 6 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"All right. So let's talk about Portugal now because if mark comes back and that's a big if bull at the very least, he'll be happy to know that they'll likely be an extra round added to the schedule to give him one more shot the score twenty five points and complete some sort of comeback Dornan. Confirmed this week that all of the possible flyway races that were left kind of. Of, out there in limbo on the calendar at the end of the year have been canceled the US GP had already been canceled in Texas, but they added to the list Argentina Thailand Sapang so no flyaways. But they also said at the same time that they would at the very least introduce an extra European round and that is highly rumored and expected to be poured him out in Portugal, and that would make sense. Porno is currently the Moto G. P reserved track so should something happen to prevent a regular around then they would take over and obviously we've seen our fair share of that. Of rounds being prevented I mean they're also trying to get on the schedule and I think there are going to be on the schedule in twenty. Twenty, two Porno I. Think is going to be a very welcome addition to the season because not only do we get an extra race to watch, but it's a very cool track and surprisingly enough has never hosted a motive GP race. They've only had world superbike races there the Portugal. Premier class rounds were all held at Estoril But this is a great track. Porno actually is crafted in the general shape of Estoril A, but with a bit more. More, technicality and interest Bilton and a lot more elevation change. It really is kind of like a back road ride in the woods, just with a lot more at stake obviously, and it offers something to cater to both the top speed bikes in the handling bikes as well. So I'm absolutely looking forward to seeing how this race plays out and really who would have thought in this crazy of a season in a year, we're only going to get you know thirteen or in this case, fourteen races, and so many rounds were cancelled that we would actually get an event at a track that we never expected to. To See and has never hosted a MotoGP race before. So critical, it's the Dorna for giving us something that we didn't expect to see this season and giving us next race so that we don't feel like we were completely gypped on our video pass subscriptions only mostly gypped now, completely anymore but I think I, read it when it comes support. Now, it kind of reminds me of a Lotta different places really, but mostly Catalunia, you know with some Phillip Island in there a little bit of red, bull, ring in there as well. Even a touch of Valencia in some places and I know those track some. Some of those tracks are massively different than one, another a watching on board, and you'll see what I mean because it kind of takes those two extremes and puts them together in a way that I think is gonNA. Make very compelling race because it doesn't necessarily favor one over the other they both have places where they do well a little bit like Bruno, that we'll talk about here in a couple of minutes. But before we get to Bruno, we gotta talk about your comments and you guys had so many good things to say this week that we're going to spend a little bit of time on 'em. Obviously, you guys were already talking about Martin Marquez and his injury, and how this is going to affect them going forward. bar twelve hour wished marcus speedy recovery which I think we all agree with. The worst part. His opinion is that we finally looked like we were GonNA get a proper championship battle, the new young superstar given a fully supported effort to go after the reigning champ in the very same way that mark himself did so many years ago now against Lorenzo at the time, but we don't get to see that it was the stage was set. And we don't get the payoff I. Think we all feel that way not that the battle won't be even more compelling next year with Fabio wearing the factory colors. But still I mean this was going to be a very interesting race for the title where coming in the reigning champ clearly had the upper hand because Martin Marquez, I think we all could agree was going to have an advantage coming into. into the season against Fabio quarrel or maverick Fan y'all is for that matter and somebody was going to have to unseat him in. That was the part that was going to be the most compelling. COULD ANYBODY DO? It could anybody accomplish? It will now that's out the window and yes, next year, we will get a proper battle between Fabio tomorrow and Marc Marquez or maverick as Marquez Marquez, but chances are. That whatever one is going to be the guy to battle that that Ryder is already going to have a championship going up against mark in twenty, twenty one, and while that definitely changes the dynamic and it makes things a little bit more interesting from a different perspective. The whole idea of unseating like this dominant force EMOJI P. It's not going to happen. We're not going to get that because mark is going to be the champion, the defending champion going in the next year, and obviously we know he's have a good shot at the throne and whoever is the champion twenty, twenty one, but we're not, it's not going to be nearly as thrilling are compelling of a story as the world against mark in somebody's GonNa finally be able to stand up to him. You know what I mean. Mean So yeah, we are getting robbed of that a little bit zoo Puente was impressed that even medical grade titanium is not strong enough to hold Marc Marquez back But man, you know what I'll tell you. It was a good thing knowing what happened in hindsight was a good thing that he tried to get out on track at harass. Because imagine if he had instead gone out there and tried to push the limit in a similar situation. At Bruno or at the rebel ring, all of the extra stress and those heartbreaking zones that could have created damage right away. So none of it's good. But it's probably better in the long run that who says was the place where he found out that even medical grade titanium couldn't hold them back. But that Martin six, seventy five to wonder at what point Honda thinks. Thinks. About the four years coming up as opposed to this particular season, all of the money and all of the expectations that go with that four year contract and I. Know We talked about this a moment ago. But I really really hope Martin that this is that point where Honda draws the line because Martin and Captain California, we're discussing in that same reddit thread. You know mark is a racer absent of fear gene and really all of the best mode of GP writers don't have fear. So he'll want to get on the bike hill right now. I'm sure he wants to get back on the bike and would get on the bike. If Honda would allow him and he's going to continue to have that philosophy and till Honda says, no, we're taking the bike away from you. We're not letting you have your toys and you know this was definitely a lesson that Honda mark for that matter. But especially, Honda had to learn the hard way. The giving into marks desire to test things out to try to make it happen in. Harare's ultimately compounded the problem. And once again, I'm not getting down to mark I, do understand why mark wanted to try you know as a feasability tests for this weekend and beyond. And obviously got the results of that feasibility test, but there's just so much on the line and not just for hundred..

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"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

"So, we were a bit choked about the possibility of disaster. Being filled really serious. With. These mornings works of Dr me. We are a bit more relief. Let's wait and see tomorrow that than this can be confirmed and. Yet, done dinner East not effective. I would say that I don't to be honest. I, don't get if he comes back off or. Work I, just want him. Back Yeah, I totally agree with us. It's the biggest shock about is. We've never really seen mark in this possession. You know he's he he he he's made a robbery doesn't break. He's had big crashes and he gets up and walks away. This is. Such a surprising thing because we've never seen it before, so. Yeah. It's a strange is just after that race. The whole situation with markets just felt strange. Because, of course, the main thing knows that it's completely opened up the championship. Yep at the thing is that I agree hundred percent with you. About this thing that he's never been facing this kind of injuries in the past, so I be I was talking to another at the member from another team. No, they just see and hear studying me. Listen a few ex. Former writers from the by the Oak Dot me listen. You could see yesterday. That, he was not afraid at. About crushing why they believe it's because he never had to face. Up Proper injury I mean. Yeah. He had that injury on on modern times on. Multiple Times the one. Provoke team WBZ. It Westbury said use CEUS, but it was not nothing like the one he had yesterday you know. so. That, dare theory about why he was racing this way why I mean he was. Able recover that raise. He was left five when he had these. When he went through. Gravel. He was sixteenth at nine second from analysts who is leading the race at that point and in sixty racist. He recovered a take on from analyst and he was really behind him. When he had the high tide another. As well. If you look at the long run, analysis from lap, Tanna thank until mock crashed. He wasn't slower than Quad Toronto. Who by that point was the race leader? And he wasn't slowed vanilla either so you have you know there was a very real possibility had to pass. You wouldn't have won the race, but he would have been very very close to far bill at the end of that had he stayed on the bike? which just shows who? Have incredible first of all how incredible Marquez a raider, but have incredible has pace had been all weekend because he should have won not grown pre. There's no. There's no two ways about that was has raced to lose yet. That's what that's what I mean. I mean that the statement he. Did yesterday. To me and I think that not only to me about two more of the writers of decreed was even more impressive than a win. Because Yeah we've seen many times mark winning with six seven advantage. Okay, it's another win. But I mean what he did yesterday to me. What's much more impressive than we hope? And we wish markle the best, and we hope to see him back on the bakes and..

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"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"It isn't everybody's path, and you can still make quite the living without first settling yourself with massive debt from a college degree that he didn't really want anyway. Yeah. No! I'm very very grateful. For you guys because without the show, I wouldn't have known about a lot of that stuff either. Yazar awesome. How how old are you right now? I'm twenty five so twenty, five June third and last year last year about a year ago is when I met Scott and person. Well. That's awesome. I can't even imagine where I would be now. If I had figured this all out at twenty-five in and you have no debt. So besides your home mortgage. Yes, awesome to see that's fantastic. Okay marquess thank you so much for your time today this brand. It was great talking to you. Yes, thank you, guys. You guys are awesome. Take care. We'll to you soon. Okay. That was Marquez Griffin Scott. What did you think of that story? I Love Marquez story so little disclaimer I I met Marquez about a year ago for I. think a coffee around his birthday actually and We just chatted about his journey. His his success to that point all the things he was doing and I remember being super impressed with him. In terms of you know how hard a worker is, and how I love how he he self describes himself, or she didn't talk about the. The show today as an auto deck, which is someone who is self, taught and likes to self educate, and so I think that probably started on the job it's it's like maybe it's slightly inappropriately, but as a passion that really comes through to him to this day through from him to this day, which I think is is a huge part of the success that he's had to. This point is his ability to absorb tons of information and his just natural curiosities well, yes, and his ability to take action. What is your best piece of advice for people who are just starting out, take action. That is so true. You can read everything you want. You can listen to all the podcast in the world, but if you just sit there and do nothing with it..

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"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"I am super excited to bring Marquez on the show today. Not only does he represent the trades people who have foregone college gone directly into the building trades, but he also is a shining example and illumination if you will of. Right. To Going doubling down on my earlier. Oh my goodness! All Day every day you're listening to this has got all day every day. He doesn't just bring it for this show. He brings it in every other aspect of his life to okay. Anyway, this isn't about. Scott does about Marquez and Marquez kills it. He decided that he did not want to be poor. He grew up poor. He didn't want to be poor, so he's not poor. He has a job as a sheet metal worker. He has a job as a real estate agent. He has a job as a notary signing agent, and it's this last one that I really want to shine a spotlight on and have any fun metal puns for that so. This is a minimal investment career. What did he say cost? A thousand dollars yeah, three her dollars plus the printer Yadda. This is a minimal investment to get started in this career. We also talked about this episode. Seventy four of the bigger pockets money podcast, but when you are in this position right now, where perhaps you've lost your job or perhaps somebody that you know has lost their job. They can get involved in this really quickly and right away. Start Generating. SA- pretty serious money I mean. Marquez is basically living off of that job. Right? Yeah, Marquez example of a hustler who is trying out and experiencing with lots of things, absorbing lots of information, and then just seeing what works for best for him, and he's He's twenty five years old currently. Currently didn't go to. College went through the trade. School route is now playing these different items like notary real agent to start his own business and make his own way with a strong financial foundation, so I think it's just a great episode and.

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"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"I am super excited to bring Marquez on the show today. Not only does he represent the trades people who have foregone college gone directly into the building trades, but he also is a shining example and illumination if you will of. Right. To. Going doubling down on my earlier. Oh my goodness. All Day every day you're listening to this has got all day every day. He doesn't just bring it for this show. He brings it in every other aspect of his life to okay. Anyway, this isn't about Scott does about Marquez and Marquez kills it. He decided that he did not want to be poor. He grew up poor. He didn't want to be poor, so he's not poor. He has a job as a sheet metal worker. He has a job as a real estate agent. He has a job as a notary signing agent, and it's this last one that I really want to shine a spotlight on and have any fun metal puns for that so. This is a minimal investment career. What did he say it costs? A thousand dollars. Yeah, three her dollars plus the Printer Yata. This is a minimal investment to get started in this career. We also talked about this episode. Seventy four of the bigger pockets money podcast, but when you are in this position right now, where perhaps you've lost your job or perhaps somebody that you know has lost their job. They can get involved in this really quickly and right away. Start Generating SA- pretty serious money. I mean Marquez is basically living off of that job right? Yeah, Marquez, example of a hustler who is trying out and experiencing with lots of things, absorbing lots of information, and then just seeing what works for best for him, and he's He's twenty five years old currently. Currently didn't go to. College went through the trade. School route is now playing these different items like notary real agent to start his own business and make his own way with a strong financial foundation, so I think it's just a great episode and.

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"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

"Was Good here we've been busy the last. two or three days, but yeah with with good stop, so yeah, we're get has been very good stuff as. A very interested in a couple of days, because of course the big news this week as it looks like Pol, Spago is GonNa Leave Katie Amazon is going to twenty twenty one which I've. I didn't see that one covered and always been removed by didn't. Happen we. Found out that. That was actually happening anyway it. Huger price, but at the same time you I mean after think about it. I think Maybe it's the right decision and the right move from Wanda for everybody for Alex for a matic. Even for an it's, it's good. I mean a really good rider. Mean considering him. On and mark at the same theme is one of the it can be one of the yet toughest at deems there and I think he can complement Cordwell with mark. I agree with that. The excitement I have for this this news. Is very similar to excited felt when Jorges Hey Lorenzo was meant was announced joining Honda. Story that. You have on broke couple years ago. If I seem to remember correctly so. I'm very excited for for this lineup up in your right Paul. There's a writer on the grits similar to mock. Probably as Paul Given, heavy has to raise the. You given he's had to do that. Bake it seems. If there is one equal. It would be Paul. Me Have, A. Every time that do. Is Speak About Mark? You have to take a breath. What he has achieved I mean I don't think that's anybody and I mean anybody on the garden read agreed being able to him so I think i. Do believe that that will policy really good writer, but don't forget that he hasn't. Won any race steady mothers up. While mark I mean. You know so that's what I mean. I mean I think they. Are they going to be a really good team? But proudly. Up will will struggle to me. The best thing of this decision is that he was brave enough to take the way to take them the Chattanooga Tailgate I. Go there I go in a way. was what similar than what Horford did?.

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"marquez" Discussed on Craft Hangout

Craft Hangout

15:06 min | 1 year ago

"marquez" Discussed on Craft Hangout

"Hi How's it going little your background and your at your art and your creativity. So let's start with Joe. Tell us who you are and what you do so my name is Jessica Marquez and I go buy for my business name Miniature Rhino and I make kits. They do a lot of embroidery and Creative kits in sometimes it. Just make for funds chef in my shell but I started out by just being a maker who wanted to share my work awesome and so on instagram manager. Rhinos where we can find you someone who wants to follow along visually and website and other all miniature just cooler. Jurado Google it. You'll find everything. Yes the name. Come from so it's kind of a cute story. I have a cousin in when she was really young. She had a really vivid imagination and she had a imaginary friend named Dr Rhino. She was like three at the time. So it's this little tiny kid now is visualizing her with this like giant beast in a lab coat and so this lake play on the tiny little girl giant animal. He Miniature Rhino and I used it like nice code rate it all over my papers and doodle it so with something when I was trying to think of shop name. Everything's taken into cells like. Oh I'll do this and I just love that it's about being creative and being like having the magic nation and so what are the types of creativity that you share through Through your feet just if you were to describe a visual walk through what someone would find. They landed on your page share. I do a lot of textile base work so hands to Ching embroidery mending But I really love Photography in that's how I kind of came to handwork is because my work was Becoming some digital. I wanted to do something with my hands. So that time really got a more into hands on making but I love photography and taking pictures so That's also part of it for me documenting. All these things that are making if we're GONNA take a step back and to look at your creative journey before instagram. Before kits and workshops Where where did kind of that all grow? We always very creative. Kid is ut workshops or classes sure. Yeah my my mom. All my family is super creative. They'd always be getting together on the weekends and making cards or Having like a little kid table and we will do. Pearl or beads and My aunts would teach me how to embroiderer. My grandmother would T had a crochet and make doll dresses and stuffed animals so there was always something really creative and I think it's also like how thrift minded my family was like always shop at thrift stores or we would look at magazines and we'd say like let's make this and my mom. I loved to like clearly table and like try to make that bad that we saw in a magazine or she would let me pick out patterns at Mike Johnson she'd so me outfits and I would get depict the pattern and the fabric. Now those really fun for me. I feel so cool wearing the clothes that she makes. I thought like they were like really cool. The find made her feel so good and she would make all my Halloween costumes and it would be like these crazy detailed outfits and even into adulthood. My Mom's still would make stuff for my adult cousins. Were like I WanNa be a mermaid for Halloween. And she'll go all out to make them the coolest most detailed costumes and so I'm growing up with her as like a role model like being a engaged creative person. At what point did you say? I love what I'm doing in love my crew today. WanNa make it my business. I never I thought I could or I would really I really kinda grew at intuit organically and still feel like I'm kind of figuring out what the heck I'm doing. I just kind of roll with it but I went to graduate school thinking that I would be if Dogra phy teacher had a really great photography teacher. Now undergrads really inspired me. I went to the same school. She did and like try to be like follow that path. 'cause I really loved that gifts. She gave me being like really excited about something. But once I was there as like maybe this isn't for me and After school I got a fulltime job and I hated it would be like my desk faced wall so I'd be like on twitter like when twitter was like just out and be like I'm at work send. It was really fun for me to Will Not be working and to play around with my Esi shop. I had just started at sea shop in. I thought maybe my mom and my friends would buy from me. And so when I'd get a sale so exciting and I started to get like this momentum with it when blogs were like just huge like the power plugs could like really Give your work legs in out. See like these things that I put up for. Fine start popping up on different blogs and getting press and I thought well I'm making money just on the weekends. What if I did this full time and I probably shouldn't have quit when I quit but I want I really wanted to? I didn't save. I probably would've lake die if I do it. He had the chance to do it again with a save more. Wouldn't been so hard when I first started. What were those very science as they show a high Some still have Like I make a message bottle where someone sends me they're taxed and I type it on vintage typewriter a seal it with wax I send it directly to the recipient lead you like really beautiful packaging and get like really sweet messaging or sometimes really dirty long like proposals or birth announcements sorts. Really sweet in. I was one of the first things that I put up. I did custom embroidery. Which is really what. Got Me Which got me in front of a lot is because people were really like. Oh Wow Something custom something embroidered. It felt it was like it was one of the first times that was Being offered online announce very popular. But it was These custom little hearts that make like a tree carving in it would have your name. Sometimes couples her pets or You know I would do for weddings. And babies budgets loved like exploring different techniques and Yeah I I didn't Kostic. Photographs like photos covered in wax. I just played in really organically people. Were buying them brighter race. I made more borderie in like that was something that was already working on so when I shared it was just for fun and then it just kind of like grew until like well. They can't stitch custom. I'll make kits and from the kits. I started doing wholesale and those shots were out selling also to come and teach. Sometimes I feel like I'm being pulled by instead of leading the way because I kind of just go flow. Yeah and it's work so far but sometimes in like Vdi should like really plan everything out. But that's just not how I am. Yeah it'd be harder to do that I think. Hopefully it'll continue to. That's my clearly as a freelancer as a creative. I WANNA create stability for myself. That something that you get when you're swimming nothing's a given you could get fired. You can't get laid off things to happen but I feel like there's a lot more stability when you house of a more regular job Whatever that is true because I have to be really diligent about how much say even how much inputting like forever. I never thought about retirement. And then Oh maybe I don't WanNa be if I'm lucky enough to be eighty years old teaching workshops and travelling like the light not want to do anything and that's okay. Yeah I always think it's really interesting hearing the The contrast between how much creatives get to spend actually practicing art. And then what they have to do on the small business side to Make sure that they have healthcare father taxes and take care of the bookkeeping or payroll or whatever it might be on the business side packaging running to the post office that kind of thing. So it's a real part of it too you know. It's really interesting to me lake sharing. Why do day because a lot of what you just said like I have to do? Mike Corley sales tax in. I literally have to do that and I forgot to notice in the mail. Yeah that's right. It's a lot of leg. Just picking olives little spots we like oh I wanNA finish that packaging that I was doing an all. I need to test this idea. I need to receive this thread that I need to finish that project with that waiting on. It's like always moving Hartson. Sometimes it's a lot of like steep learning curves like how to do your taxes or have had a even collect your own sales data. So you can know heck's happening and that's to me the most challenging part because it's not really what? I wanted these spending my time on sure but I need to know. Let's chat a little bit about the workshop that you've built for US and May Walk. Us through The technique that you're teaching the final project would be Staff not the Small Business Association which I geek out on both but So fun stuff And made a a beginner's class for Sachiko really all the basics and do all the tools that are used in my own daily practice in we're going to make some samplers in a throw pillow In throughout I talk a lot about had be creative with creating your own patterns customized. Draw your own start really simple because I really want it to be accessible. It's a really accessible craft in itself you just using the running stitch which seems limiting but it really is so much you can do with it. So this is great like introduction. It there's I remember trying kit from pro. Soho a couple of years ago. And it's so it it's I think the contrast and and mine was like an indigo blue with a white thread. The specialty Joel's material really intriguing to me that they were unique in separate from what someone might pick up. It's just embroidery thread And then also almost the simplicity of it made it so beautiful and I appreciated that. Mine had little stitch markers like little so that. Because I think there's this I love the organic nature of when when someone is just itching with the different types of stitches but it's something that feels very in. May to the craft is perfect. You know perfectly placed Stitches as well. And there's the discipline there. I hope that I tried in my class to talk a little bit about that but also to like beautiful loser with the idea of perfection with as intimidating an OSCE. And if it doesn't turn right you kind of feel bad about yourself that you couldn't execute that perfection. It's still. It's so not that like there's win your from your stitching. There's so many little stitches that you don't see a little wobbly. Stint shore like a longer or shorter stitch like they just it becomes such a the overall versus the individual and so like with this style when I did hooped embroidery. I would take out all the time. I'd be like that one's too long to shore. Now I hardly ever unpick or thread my stitches. It's just it's more For me it's more rhythm in a flow that I tried to get into. I talk a little bit about it in class. But that's always like goal for people to like. It's such a amazing feeling for me to like kind of forget that I'm sitting here Ryan in my apartment. That's messy or that I'm stressed out. It's IT'S A. It's a feeling that I tried to like get back to. I want to stitch. I want to not be doing my dishes. You know. It's like this meditative state that I can get into Nashville really puts me there more than Like who do more feel more pressure? Wouldn't that be to have that perfect stitch or to make it? Perfect rhythm is the perfect word because does feel like that. There's a real into the stitches and the patterns pressure yet. Micheal. Yeah that's like I think that's Like physically. You're doing a little kind of dance like it's really subtle but it it is in your slowly moving and it it actually stitches really fast too. It's also one of the reasons. Why lower have this repetitive motion injury and it doesn't aggravate it as much as hooped Desks you're doing one stitch at a time into that. Pulling up of your thread podcast. Land can't see me but I am actually physically mimicking how you pull up with stitcher senior using a hoop with this. It's like much more gentle on your arms in your neck when you're switching you're holding your heavy head of you don't realize like how much strain it puts on your.

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"marquez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"marquez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Marquez says revelers and security teams are already out in force they will have vast swathes of the area blocked off by trucks they will even use drones if the weather permits they are meant to use them last year they will also have a crew that will watch for rogue drones in the events that others try to fly their drugs illegally over this area president trump says he'll sign phase one of a trade deal with China on January fifteenth the president tweeting hill also travel to Beijing in the new year to jump start talks on phase two Wall Street twenty nineteen going out with a whimper the Dow down on Jan Johnson this is a commercial announcement soon the Senate will decide if president trump should be removed from office now newsmax is conducting an urgent poll asking if president trump should be removed president trump needs your vote just text on your cell phone the word rock to nine five five seven seven that's rock tonight five five seven seven and you can vote in news Max's poll newsmax polls of incited by all the major media so let your voice be heard take the newsmax pole text the word rock tonight five five seven seven and vote now text and data rates may apply are you looking for senior care for your mom or dad but don't know where to start hi I'm Joan Lunden with a place for mom nobody knows your parents or loved one better than you and nobody knows senior living better than the experts at a place for mom it's a free service and we've helped thousands of families find the right place for their mom or dad there's a place for answers a place for mom call today call a place for mom at one eight hundred three nine one seventeen fifty five that's one eight hundred three nine one seventeen fifty five some first in the nation laws in California will be fought in court as Jim Roop tells us one lawsuit challenges a new ban on for profit prisons and detention facilities a lawsuit filed by Florida based private prison for G. E. O. says the state can't do that these are federal facilities and states can't regulate the actions and activities of the federal government which just announced the awarding of nearly seven billion dollars on long term contracts to private companies like G. E. O. G. E. O. by the way runs seven immigration detention facilities in the state supporters of the law and hoped it would force ice to look elsewhere when it comes to detention facilities but the lawsuit argues the facilities aren't subject to the new law Jim Roop Los Angeles the Bahamian government says at least eighty people who lost their homes in hurricane Dorian taking shelter in government run facilities are now fighting tuberculosis more fallout from the cat five hurricane that killed at least seventy people in September Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates.

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"marquez" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"marquez" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Of course you know if Alex is really really bad ad then it might be moot point. I mean I think that mark would be pragmatic enough to not blame Honda. If they say listen he's terrible. We gotta let him go at least not any anymore than he probably thought losing. Lorenzo was a tragedy. I mean yeah. He would have a bit more invested in Alex because they're related but if the results aren't there even Marquez you know he knows how the sport works to. He would know that Honda has to be able to plan toward the future as well as the president right now with him but really if he wanted wanted to. I think that all mark would have to do is flex a little bit of muscle come signing time and there's very little bit Honda do but just forge ahead with Alex regardless if it means they then get to keep mark of course if Alex is good on the bike mountain and this is all a moot point anyway. But it's still fun to discuss and we're going to discuss more or about Alex and the whole situation Repsol Honda in a minute but before we do that there was one post That Christopher made with his thoughts in two thousand nineteen and I wanted to chat about about a couple of these because I like them Christopher thought that the two highlights of the season for him were a marks complete and utter dominance of the premier class and and then be the insanely complex twists and turns of the twenty twenty scillies. Not Twenty twenty one but the but this silly season that came out of nowhere now now when it comes to mark obviously mark was in Santa meany set records for scoring four hundred points in a year and scoring the most points ever in a motor. GP season season. And even though he didn't finish on the podium every single race of the year like you know McCain did in Nineteen ninety-four or Rossi in two thousand and three he came so so. Close wrecking out of the League Texas. That was the only thing that kept him from finishing first or second in every single race of in nineteen race season and that Texas wreck also kept him from tying his own record for wins in a motor. GPC's net thirteen. I mean he was so dominant that in we had the next race this year. That's Kinda strange to think that he missed out on at least talking if not besting his own mark for wins in a season but he did pass. Mike Tale would in career wins. He grabbed fourth on the all-time list with unhealthy NATO well within reach a next season. And really the part with mark that for me was the most impressive and I think something will not get nearly enough credit for because it's not something that's very easy to quantify. Is that team championship. Because he snagged Baghdad Valencia despite only getting twenty eight points all season long from where he Lorenzo and ten points from Steph. Brattle he did all of the rest himself. So so I mean when you think about that in perspective and look at the numbers and you guys know how much I love numbers the second seat Repsol Honda in two thousand nineteen produced two points per race thirty points nineteen races easy math two points per race and yet despite the fact that the second Repsol Honda seed Averaged Bridge Dave Fourteenth Place Finish all year long. They still beat out the factory team for the championship and was a factory team team. That scored three wins. Twelve podiums and the riders finished second and sixth in the championship. That's how big sees Marc Marquez. Had and that's how impressive that feet was and like I said because it's really hard to quantify I don't think he'll get nearly as much credit for the future as he should because that's probably what he did. There was probably harder to do than simply winning the championship itself. It's crazy and then when you get to the silly season that that was really the big surprise prize of two thousand nineteen wasn't it. I mean next year next year was supposed to be the one with all of the dramas. The teams and riders battled for contracts heading into twenty twenty one. This year was supposed to be nothing incredibly boring outside of that one factory to Cadiz it up for grabs which was wrapped up a four even got to the halfway point of the season with Dinner Literature Ritchie. But who knew do that. It was gonNA suddenly get so silly this season. joins ARCO quitting the Lorenzo retirement. Rumors that started before the mid season break were denied time after time and then were brought back up again when Zarko magically returned with Honda and then the subsequent retirement announcement from Lorenzo so and the tons of drama and speculation surrounding both of their respective replacements and on top of that we had two riders that already had signed and done deals Emoto to suddenly getting promoted to motor GP and Alex Marquez. And WanNa and that's leaving out the whole Brad Bender thing who had signed three three a done deal and they got moved up to the factory team and we're not even done yet means Arco still doesn't have a ride anywhere and the only thing the only thing that was decided before the summer break the thing that seemed to start and end two thousand twenty silly season at all that factory to Kati. Signing of Danilo Petrosky mom. That was the topic of debate bait and conversation at the end of the season and then of course the whole itchy to Qadi thing I mean. Contracts don't really seem to count for a whole lot this year and we're we're GonNa talk more about that with a healthy dose of Dukakis drama here in a couple of minutes but if this is what a non critical silly season is like I. I can't wait to see what happens in twenty twenty one. I mean this was the weirdest silly season in a really long time. We saw multiple riders with contracts tracks. And then they just tear them up and walk away or they're the term up agreed they get kicked out. And so I if that's the president then who knows what's going to happen next year. I mean she she delina I think it was either him or Paolucci Body. One of the guys was saying that they really expected did the majority of riders to stay put next year when the signing start happening. Well think about this year. We didn't think there was anybody to move. And and look what's happened so I won't make any assumptions yet. About what silly season twenty twenty one is going to look like Because what we've seen in twenty twenty and speaking of silly season two thousand twenty twenty the silly season that was never supposed to be. Let's move on to talk about it and there are a few more comments that you guys left on Reddit and facebook. That'll bring up as we have this discussion Russian. But I WANNA talk about the story's going into both of these. Were going into the first two tests of the off season one going into Valencia and then one going into harass and these were both really big stories obviously the biggest one and the one that everybody is talking about Repsol all Honda making their decision their swift response to the retirement of Hey Lorenzo immediately picking up Alex Marquess to replace him in the one day they had between the end of the two thousand nineteen season and the start of twenty twenty testing in Valencia. And apparently you know like I said earlier. I don't have nearly as much much influence over Honda as I thought I did. Because they didn't even consider making the Home Office happy and going with Takenaka Gami for the factory ride and they didn't go join Zarko. We either and that one to me was very interesting to and I want to talk about both of those riders along with the rider that they did pick. And instead as you already know it's now in all Marquez has a fair a Repsol Honda Alex joining mark in what is a clear and undeniable effort by Honda. To make sure I can never ever again get through an episode of this show without accidentally referring to one of those brothers as the other most likely calling Alex Mark Mark and I Apologize Thousand Times in advance for the thousand times. I'm liable to do it in fact I already heard somebody else do it. There was an interview on motor. GP DOT COM. And and. Hopefully you guys got the black Friday deal for one dollar. They did it even better this year. Instead of one euro like it normally is it was only one buck here in the United States. Peck of the deal. If you have a video pass hopefully got at them but if you go back and you watch the interview with Alberto Push right after. They made this decision than his explanation. Explanation of why they picked Alex Marquez. One of the reporters the guy immediately to pujols left right on your screen. He did the same thing I did. I didn't feel bad after that. That because that guy the somebody paid for him to go there and hold a microphone and even he multiple times called Alex mark so I feel at least a little bit vindicated for now. I mean a year from now and I'm still doing it when I'm still calling Alex Mark. You guys are allowed to get mad at me at that point all right. So let's start the conversation with the riders is that Honda didn't pick for that second Repsol seat and that starts with talking Nakagomi and you know the main reason that I thought that talk was GonNa get this Gig is because it plays well with the Home Office and because he's already twenty seven and like I talked about on the lascaux which was so long ago. I don't expect you to remember so refresh rush your memory on it at that point. I thought you know if you've got a choice between a really young rider and Alex Marquez. WHO's GONNA still be ready next year at the end the next year and a guy I like talking Nakagomi that the factories obviously behind? But he's twenty seven years old. You know you've got a limited amount of time now to find out if he can really cut it at the highest level so if they we're gonNA give him a shot they might as well do it when the risk is lowest and it really doesn't get any lower than it's going to be for them that season because you know it's a year where they expected acted to have a different rider. There's not a huge market for guys to bring in. So why not. Why not give him? Why not give the hometown guy his shot and find out if he really has what what it takes to ride the factory bike or not but I think that the main thing working against Talka- was really as injury because not only would it have kept him from getting on on the bike and testing right away but it clearly affected his results over the second half of the season and that hurt his stock whether it was due to the injury or not is kind of relevant? Because you know if you're a high powered executive at Honda and you're sitting in a boardroom. In front of a bunch of people wondering why you're spending millions and millions of dollars as you know to keep this program afloat and they say well. Why did you pick this guy? We're looking at the trend. And the line is going downwards from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. They're not gonNA care that he wasn't telling anybody about his injury. They're just going to look at the results and so I think that that really hurt his position and his chances of getting moved up to the factory team. And there's is also one more reason which we'll talk about in the second here Next Vision Zarco. And if I'm being honest here yes I said thought that Gami would get it and I thought that legitimately because because of the connection he has with the Honda factory but the way that Mo- GP works. I was fairly certain though is going to be wrong but I thought I was going to be wrong for Jones Arco. I thought he had a really really good shot to get this ride. You look at the experience you look at the fact that he was desired by everybody in the paddock before he signed with Ktm am and now he's available and you've got a factory seat. I mean Slam Dunk Right. Seemed like it was a perfect match but there are. There are a couple of things that I I think might have heard him as well. The biggest the negotiations or the lack thereof coming into two thousand nineteen. Because Honda was genuinely interested in John's John's Arco at that point.

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"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"marquez" Discussed on The Tank Slappers with Lewis and Uri

"Retirement on Thursday. Alex Alex Marquez would be stepping in to replace him. We finally have that confirmed first of all. Wash your thoughts and because this is a crazy crazy announcement It's really interesting interesting for for for next year but at the same time Yeah it's a beat Strange inches situations for for the Knicks. For the first time we're GONNA see two Brothers on the same team With the factory bike both both will have our agency factory bike that to happen. I mean I dissed C.. Two possible scenarios. So or you're one site mark. I would say that by helping. His brother has put him on trouble or for that. He sees something that all the rest of the world are not able to see Alex's rating multitude champion the motorcycle world champion two thousand fourteen. You don't know championships by being an average writer boss. He is stepping into a situation. As let's not forget this is the bake. The affectively killed or healer ends his career. This is a difficult ethical bike and you know. HRC Factory Honda difficult difficulties are owned and for from that point of view from a technical point of view. Alice is going to jump on a really hard baked but also is already had these comparisons made with his brother Mark. Those there was only going to be heightened on the same machinery. Saw As really. I can understand why Alex would want to step up to motor. GP But at the same point this is perhaps the the worst place to do. I wouldn't say so. Just because at this point once he has. I won their motor to die. Title Nextstep next natural steps moderately. Yeah so if you can do this last step in the best condition possible all would be to jump into that say most powerful. Yeah which is at the moment. And he's a very good ally in the fight. Of course see brothers. Very supportive only got a meal out the mortar there as well so I mean to me I know what you mean. Yeah but I wouldn't say that is the worst scenario I would say the opposite. I'll be ghost his brothers there. Yeah of course if we go back to to the last preseason and do. Let's say Qatar. At the beginning of the year one of the monarchs main advocate wes to show that he was much stronger than what now historic it will be different not saying that mark will fly thinking on his brother. He will try for win but at the same time. He's made that a get one be killing his stick made in order so and I think it can definitely help Alex N E. Honda really wants to try to make this bike. AH BEAT SMOOTHER I. I think that they have found that right beasts. Well this was the point on the next point I was going to is the fact that what happened to Lorenzo was what we've all seen struggled to adapt to debate but Honda weren't GonNa Change all that much from For Harley when Mark was winning now marks Auburn Skin in the game. Now he's got. Alex is not going to let the same thing happen to his brother. So this I is very good point you make this could be Wauconda. What Honda need to make the bake? Smoother factor mark. Hold so much power no within Honda F is not working for his brother and he says look get baked fixed. They're we're GONNA do everything for probably the only target the only objective for Honda East to get marks renewal to me is right move. Move on Yeah. Is there only move possible from Honda. And don't forget if Alec Alex Jumps Straight into the Repsol team. Yes it's because of the circumstances being goes I mean the most natural place for him would be satellite them. Yeah but by temping Elsie. Our team would imply to destroy the Because despond shores source because of the and by men there or I mean taking it was economic. Power is not here you know. Yeah so I think is the right the right choice and the only choice for him To to jump into their exit always the the the other options for Honda. Where we we thought Johann ZARCO CAL crutch? Slow cow with him Alaso because he's got quite big Ties to monster energy and he's quite loyal to Chechyna as well so I think that was always a block. Perhaps I would say that God is really comfy is really comfortable mm-hmm in the elsia. It doesn't mean that he can not Bush attended percent. It means that he's very well adapted. Yeah to the steam and considering that he's not GonNa see God he at fall then more years a yea it means that I think that it would have been too much for him to leaving from his comfort zone who champ into to the agency he's already got factor bake anyways got fat factory contracts. So there's no direct and cal proven himself anyway few teams as the only other Honda rider to do that a couple couple when last year before hundreds is very capable there The Big One was Daca. We thought well. Obviously you've talked about this before. The Honda wanteds Doc. With this year there was an opportunity to get and we thought L.. CR thing in place of Nakagomi was perhaps Honda valuate Darko. But that's it's not. It's not water that way it was going to be on it too. Catty next year and a venti colors. We think we don't know yet as the recording. But one thing some raiders. He does have raised. This latest bulger on Sunday was particularly vocal about it as a lot. People Raider Think Zaku doesn't deserve the factory Honda. And if you look at this this season you have to kind of agree with that. I don't know I think was would be too much Quite harsh comment. I know the he dogs from the anger. Me Ghost his brother was in the three Yamaha. And they then half Kind of success than technical de so and they were both both the mating gate the Molin and Johann so again the that Polish words come from. Let's say Eh these anger but at the same time I agree that charcoal east. Let's say special rather an spatial shelled personality. So yeah I would say that. 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"marquez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"marquez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Again, takes high fastball away one ball one strike. Marquez. I majorly complete game and. i shot his best game as a big bigger against the giants here on april the fourteenth a one hitter now called strength to belt and the jets did not get that one hit until the eighth inning evan longoria got a clean single aligned dr That was the only hit they had. They had one other base runner. That was getting hit by a pitch in the sixth inning. he was just overpowering belt pops up found out of play off to the left into the second deck one ball strikes walters is the catcher murphy at first mcmahon at second hamson the shortstop are another with third and i'll feel the top doll and blackman from left to right about swinger that's broken at one hundred i dive there was right murphy he's got it up to his name exit sidearm throws he's falling over to first base the marquez covering in time for the out Well done there by. daniel murphy although it's possible the second baseman would have been able to catch up to it he was out in the outfield of the over ship Had Murphy not been able to get to. So one away here is strengthening. handed hitter yes comes in hitting to thirty nine with five home runs and he's been hitting Tough luck here lately. In the Monday night. Ballgame capital is right on this cruise and came up empty had to walk here last night over two through walks. And he looked at a called strike on the inside. Time the giants face Marquez Stransky was still playing at Sacramento. nothing nothing what nobody on your strengths takes a curb on the dirt and the count is of all strike straps give who's hit five home runs in ninety two at bats for the giants the one one pitch and he takes inside the ball doing one marquez seven wins three losses in seventeen starts a four point three two earned run average To wanna offering swing the grab ball over to right back at it Murphy's straightens up close the first Marquez gets never drops. The ball. so yes graham sqi hustling up the line what the heat on and the throw is going to get him at first base it was there in time but marquez just could not hold onto it reached that and it was right in the glove and then he took his eye off the glove to make sure he knew where the bag was he was on his way to the bag found the bag reached out with his right foot as he dropped the ball an error on marquez and here comes pablo sandoval switch it a batting left handed pablo swings and misses got a low fastball off the outside little bit looking at the replay from the outfield camera on that play first base the ball actually hit him in the heel the glove So you might have taken his Iowa even had before, even caught the ball and ultimately never caught it Pablo takes fastball high away at ninety four miles an hour. The pitch speed reading sponsored by super cots, official hair salon of the San Francisco Giants. Wanted wanted to Pablo side of all. nothing.

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"marquez" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"marquez" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"A people talk about trying to have work that has a sense of purpose in i'm hearing this and in a just before we went live with the recording we were talking about this sort of marrying of the right brain your left yet yeah and i hear that two evan in your description because not to say that there's even storytelling that has narrative storytelling is equally moving i challenge anybody to read gabriel garcia marquez and not have their worldview cherished right pure narrative magical realism settled yet what i'm hearing is this focus on quality with upper case q rate on or in my prayer lanes in my buddhist lineage we talk about a warrior stance and the warriors stance the strong back from an open heart and soft open eleven right and so this strong back is fighting one of the plus posturing now right we're going to have a really successful film we're going to distributed well we're going to have an impact campaign that goes beyond just inspiring people for a few minutes in the movie prayer and we're going to pick things on a subject matter from the content of which maps to that soft har near because yet for example what i'm hearing is your wish to bridge those conversations to support those conversations because we how do we survive how do we survive and all of the course of climate change if we're not actually talking to each other way absolutely so am i erin you're right i i loved your recovery they're together it's perfect got like the two or three different trains of thought based on that.

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"marquez" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"marquez" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"A people talk about trying to have work that has a sense of purpose in i'm hearing this and in a just before we went live with the recording we were talking about this sort of marrying of the right brain your left yet yeah and i hear that two evan in your description because not to say that there's even storytelling that has narrative storytelling is equally moving i challenge anybody to read gabriel garcia marquez and not have their worldview cherished right pure narrative magical realism settled yet what i'm hearing is this focus on quality with upper case q rate on or in my prayer lanes in my buddhist lineage we talk about a warrior stance and the warriors stance the strong back from an open heart and soft open eleven right and so this strong back is fighting one of the plus posturing now right we're going to have a really successful film we're going to distributed well we're going to have an impact campaign that goes beyond just inspiring people for a few minutes in the movie prayer and we're going to pick things on a subject matter from the content of which maps to that soft har near because yet for example what i'm hearing is your wish to bridge those conversations to support those conversations because we how do we survive how do we survive and all of the course of climate change if we're not actually talking to each other way absolutely so am i erin you're right i i loved your recovery they're together it's perfect got like the two or three different trains of thought based on that.

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"marquez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"marquez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Them is going to be difficult but i think he definitely gonna win the series us for sure last time grant he face marquez in the diamondbacks face marquez mark has as i mentioned got roughed up one thing that could be because i feel like that's grain key right seven innings to run on six hits struck out seven that's that's about what you're going to expect that night yes vote with mark has wall he does give up his fair share of of you know hit it runs and things like that on the as do etiquette run support right sense italian freely give up their fair share to the exact not like marquez you can expect them to go on another all very similar all the young pitchers but mark has over time has shown that is a much better picture at coors field and away from it that's where they are tonight right that's something that's different at the time marquez was owing two and we're looking at him like kim somebody get healthy and knock this guy the rotation now we look at it like we feel pretty good about mark has being in the rotation so we do think that while grandkids going to be grain key in that perhaps mark ads can be better that's how the rockies went tonight marquez being slightly better also a couple of things that you noticed from that game the last time they played i trevor stories hitting about one hundred points better riot house any was at that point that is something different tab ramos happy as somebody different on that the rockies camera lion i have not seen the lineup yet but cargo did not play in that last game either tapiola or cargoes going to be in the lineup paro was in the lineup last time they face cranky so something's going to be different there i think cargoes god's and i i would be surprised if he doesn't they want to get him out of this somehow is greatly the right time to do it i don't i the hottest cargo against yet go you do you go see it's a right it's a left on rhyme match outright which is nice but do you do and i guess that's another question do you go with the kid or cargo.

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