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1 dead, dozens hurt as tornadoes hit Texas and Oklahoma

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

1 dead, dozens hurt as tornadoes hit Texas and Oklahoma

"At least one person has died after tornadoes ripped through parts of Texas and Oklahoma leaving some residents trapped inside their homes Authorities say the tornadoes turn deadly and Oklahoma where twisters destroyed large portions of the town of Ida bell in mccurdy county a church was flattened along with a restaurant and a medical center in Texas meanwhile at least 50 homes were reported damaged or destroyed in Lamar county where at least two dozen people there were injured Authorities are now going block to block checking inside homes where some people have been trapped I'm Jackie Quinn

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Joe Biden Lied About Beau Biden's Cause of Death

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

Joe Biden Lied About Beau Biden's Cause of Death

"And I guarantee you somebody listening to this show who's a progressive is going to accuse me of exploiting somebody's tragedy, I'm not my heart goes out to anybody who loses a son. No parent should outlive their child. And I mourn for the Biden family in losing Beau to brain cancer. But he did die of cancer at Walter Reed hospital. That didn't stop Biden from saying this. Inflation is a worldwide problem right now. Because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil and which Russia is doing, I mean, excuse me, the war in Ukraine. And I think in Iraq, because that's what my son died. You were thinking of Iraq instead of Ukraine because that's where your son died with all due respect, mister president, your son died at Walter Reed medical center. And tragically he died of cancer. He didn't die fighting on the battlefield in Iraq.

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Tiffany Smiley: Reflecting on Her Husband's Trauma

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Tiffany Smiley: Reflecting on Her Husband's Trauma

"How that changed not only your own life trajectory but also your husband Yeah Yes at 23 years old I resigned from my nursing job in Washington state and I took a one way flight out to Walter Reed army medical center where I didn't know if I was going to meet my husband dead or alive And when I walked into his trauma care unit I had student loan debt I had a car payment I didn't have anyone standing outside the door saying let's take care of that student loan for you And here's the pathway and everything's going to be okay Scotty had tubes coming out of every orphan of his body He was in a coma One thing that was certain was that the suicide bomber that he was negotiating with in service to our country in Mosul Iraq had detonated his car and the shrapnel from that detonation obliterated both of Scotty's eyes so he would be forever blind Thank God I was a nurse and I wasn't intimidated by the medical system but it was really my first interaction with sort of that larger government bureaucratic system where you are just a number And I stood up I refused to sign the army paperwork They had never had someone tell them no But I believed in this wild crazy idea that my husband could make a miraculous recovery I knew I could help him do that And that he could still serve And took on the DoD Gotti went on and became the first line to active duty officer to ever serve our country And we served for over a decade with Scotty completely blind and once he was well I knew I had to go back and make it right for everyone else So I took on VA reform and people said don't waste your time Tiffany But I knew it was the right thing to do And we were able to work on meaningful reforms that directly helped injured veterans and their families So it was the best waste of time that I ever spent but truly in that fight just realized you know we have so much more to fight for and I'm a mom of three young boys and me and Scotty want to leave them in America that's worth giving their eyesight for

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 NYC hospitals to pay $165M to women abused by gynecologist

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

NYC hospitals to pay $165M to women abused by gynecologist

"In the sexual abuse case of a New York City gynecologist two New York hospitals have agreed to pay more than $165 million to 147 former patients who have accused a former gynecologist of sexual abuse and misconduct Robert haddon surrendered his medical license after being convicted in 2016 on sex related charges He currently awaits trial on charges of sexually abusing dozens of young and unsuspecting female patients for over two decades Columbia University Irving medical center and New York Presbyterian had already reached a settlement to establish a $71 million compensation fund last

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If You Have Any Role in Mutilating a Child, You Are a Savage Monster

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:05 min | 2 months ago

If You Have Any Role in Mutilating a Child, You Are a Savage Monster

"Paint with a broad brush here. I don't care. If you're a nurse or a doctor or the person that has to wrap up the discarded private parts and like paper and throw it in the garbage dumpster in the back of the hospital, I don't care who you are, their own Stanford Vanderbilt university medical center. But if you have any role, no matter how large or how small, in mutilating a child, then you deserve to spend the rest of your life burning in the Lake of fire. You are a savage monster. And you deserve to spend the rest of your human life locked up in a cell. This is shameful and this is beyond horrifying. And I will say this, it would behoove you. Yes, I said, behoove. It would behoove you. To reach out to your local hospital. To find out if they too are engaged in this sickening, sickening abuse.

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Climate change jeopardizes health care services, report says

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Climate change jeopardizes health care services, report says

"A report finds that climate change jeopardizes healthcare services I Norman hall Medical centers around the country say that fires flooding heat waves and other extreme weather are increasingly jeopardizing medical services damaging healthcare facilities and forcing patients to flee their hospital beds Thus according to findings released in report from the House ways and means committee a majority of the 63 trade associations hospital systems and community health centers that responded to the questionnaire say they have experienced at least one extreme weather event at some point in the last 5 years The weather disasters force closures are evacuations that cost millions of dollars Norman hall Washington

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Biden Makes Comparison of His COVID Case With Trump's COVID Case

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Biden Makes Comparison of His COVID Case With Trump's COVID Case

"The president goes on just a few moments ago and he was comparing his, again, he was comparing his China virus. With the president Trump's China virus. Here's the bottom line. When my predecessor got COVID, he had to get helicopter to Walter Reed medical center. He was severely ill, thankfully, he recovered. When I got COVID, I worked from upstairs to The White House, and the office is upstairs. And for the 5 day period, the difference is vaccinations, of course. But also three new tools, free to all and widely available. You don't need to be president to get these tools to use for your defense. Yeah, I'm calling grade a fertilizer on that one. Do you really think the president was functioning? I don't think he's still functioning.

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Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Joel Gilbert and Eric Discuss One of the Democrats' Biggest Lies

"You actually care about the black underclass in the inner cities in America, you would never ever, ever vote for a Democrat. This is the irony is that the Democrats have somehow been successful in selling the lie that they care about these people when the reality is. And this is the history of the Democratic Party going back to when they were, they were the pro slavery party in the 19th century. Obviously Lincoln rose up first Republican to stand against them. All through their history, they really have been the actual racists, but they have because of principally because of Lyndon Johnson in 65. They've been able to sell themselves as the party that cares for the poor people that cares for the people of color in the inner cities. And you're telling me, again, that we have tons of evidence that the opposite is the case. It's kind of amazing. I'm sorry that most Americans don't know this, but we need to know this. Yeah, well, what they've developed really since the 80s is the very racist idea that if they put as a frontman, someone who looks like them, another black person that black people will assume that the black person on the Democrat party ticket would have their interests and have their back. It's always proving the opposite. Barack Obama did nothing for minorities. Black people. He had to invoke race and drum up the Trayvon Martin thing in 2012 because blacks were even then not on board to vote for Obama again. So this is the concept that they pushed is let's get someone who's a frontman and that's what Michelle Obama did for the University of Chicago medical center. They hired her to keep blacks out of the emergency room because some of them didn't have insurance.

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Congress salutes last WWII Medal of Honor recipient

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Congress salutes last WWII Medal of Honor recipient

"Congress is giving it ultimate final salute to an Iwo Jima battle hero Chief warrant officer four hershel woody Williams He died last month at 98 as the last remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient We have lost a deeply selfless American and a vital link to our nation's greatest generation His commitment to his fellow veterans inspires caregivers at the woody Williams VA medical center House speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell were among those speaking as Williams was lying in honor in the capitol rotunda a tribute only 6 other private citizens have received including Rosa Parks Sagar Meghani Washington

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Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

"A Southern California hospital emergency ward was the scene of a S.W.A.T. team standoff Friday I'm Ben Thomas with the story Los Angeles Police say a man walked into encino hospital medical center in the San Fernando valley asking for treatment for anxiety and stabbed a doctor into nurses They were taken to a trauma center in critical condition Lauren McAllen as a surgical tech at a nearby hospital she tells KA BC They were carrying people out on stretchers One underwent surgery but all three were later listed in stable condition meantime the man holed up in a room for about four hours before S.W.A.T. team members finally arrested him He was taken to another hospital for treatment of self inflected injuries Police say he has a lengthy criminal record including two arrests last year for battery of a police officer and resisting arrest coming just two days after a gunman killed four people and then himself at a hospital in Tulsa Oklahoma McAllen tells kaab It's just disheartening And with all this other stuff going on these days I mean this just really hits really close to home I'm Ben Thomas

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New US hospitals face fiscal crisis over COVID relief money

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

New US hospitals face fiscal crisis over COVID relief money

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Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The way we shop is changed so much over the years. In my younger years, it was going to the shopping center with all the parking spaces and you'd basically have to go from store to store outside in the cold, exposed to the elements in the late 60s into the 70s and 80s, the shopping mall became the big thing, but as time wore on, people began to turn away from the shopping mall. When I started coming to national in the 1980s, the shopping malls that were here are pretty much all closed now. But recently, the one that used to be the big daddy of them all here in Nashville, which closed down in the early 2000s, has been bought by the city. And what once was Hickory hollow mall then became global mall at the crossings, is now going to become, well, a little bit of everything. There will be a school in the former Macy's. Part of them all will become part of Vanderbilt university's medical center. And who knows what else is going to be? I wonder what happened to the shopping mall and why it was so important for such a short time and then gone almost as quickly. The mall culture of the 1980s and 90s is now long gone. And sometimes when you try to tell young people about it, they kind of look at you and stare. They don't quite understand.

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Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The way we shop is changed so much over the years. In my younger years, it was going to the shopping center with all the parking spaces and you'd basically have to go from store to store outside in the cold, exposed to the elements in the late 60s into the 70s and 80s, the shopping mall became the big thing, but as time wore on, people began to turn away from the shopping mall. When I started coming to national in the 1980s, the shopping malls that were here are pretty much all closed now. But recently, the one that used to be the big daddy of them all here in Nashville, which closed down in the early 2000s, has been bought by the city. And what once was Hickory hollow mall then became global mall at the crossings, is now going to become, well, a little bit of everything. There will be a school in the former Macy's. Part of them all will become part of Vanderbilt university's medical center. And who knows what else is going to be? I wonder what happened to the shopping mall and why it was so important for such a short time and then gone almost as quickly. The mall culture of the 1980s and 90s is now long gone. And sometimes when you try to tell young people about it, they kind of look at you and stare. They don't quite understand.

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Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Shopping Malls (MM #4048)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The way we shop is changed so much over the years. In my younger years, it was going to the shopping center with all the parking spaces and you'd basically have to go from store to store outside in the cold, exposed to the elements in the late 60s into the 70s and 80s, the shopping mall became the big thing, but as time wore on, people began to turn away from the shopping mall. When I started coming to national in the 1980s, the shopping malls that were here are pretty much all closed now. But recently, the one that used to be the big daddy of them all here in Nashville, which closed down in the early 2000s, has been bought by the city. And what once was Hickory hollow mall then became global mall at the crossings, is now going to become, well, a little bit of everything. There will be a school in the former Macy's. Part of them all will become part of Vanderbilt university's medical center. And who knows what else is going to be? I wonder what happened to the shopping mall and why it was so important for such a short time and then gone almost as quickly. The mall culture of the 1980s and 90s is now long gone. And sometimes when you try to tell young people about it, they kind of look at you and stare. They don't quite understand.

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'You inhaled it': Man inhales drill bit during dental visit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

'You inhaled it': Man inhales drill bit during dental visit

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Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Spain Beach Smoking Ban-Barcelona Intro and Wrap

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Maryland man who got first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland man who got first pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

"The man who received the first heart transplant from a pig has died the university of Maryland Medical Center says fifty seven year old David Bennett died Tuesday two months after the transplant doctors didn't give a cause only saying his condition began deteriorating several days earlier than it a handy man from Hagerstown Maryland what's facing certain death without the procedure he was ineligible for a human heart transplant bed ridden and on life support and out of other options the food and drug administration allowed the Maryland experiment under compassionate use rules for emergency situations I'm

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COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

AP News Radio

01:30 min | 10 months ago

COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

"A twenty year old New Hampshire woman has reunited with her new baby after fighting for her life against covert nineteen for two months on Ben Thomas with the story you see that make a me too moment Brandi milliner says her daughter mackenzie Keller was diagnosed with covert nineteen in late November rushed to the hospital four days later where she had a C. section and placed in intensive care he was intubated very long hard road or we didn't know if she was going to recover kept under sedation Keller spent forty seven days having your blood pump through a machine that removes carbon dioxide finally on February third she met her son Zachary for the first time telling Elliot Thompson there is a big Karen Maloney a nurse at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center says they see a lot of difficult often tragic stories in the I see you when we get one like this where somebody has made such an amazing recovery and gets to meet their child for the first time it's it's a real special one for us Keller wasn't vaccinated against covert nineteen when she got sick wanting to wait until after she gave birth doctors tell her she'll have to wait a couple more weeks now she's undergoing physical therapy as she regains her ability to walk it's still a little difficult I still get my heart race still raises a little bit meanwhile her mother Brandi milliner says never give up hope no matter why did this happen every single day and she's ours I'm Ben Thomas

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"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"That came out of it yeah. I think that we redesigned our entire accelerator. Because it wasn't really working for the type of business that we were driving and so when we think about you know how we do our own business. We always have to continue to reevaluate our value proposition. Just like we're coaching all of our startups to do and so it. It felt like in the old model. You're just kind of repeating it because it was kind of successful you know. We had success stories but we didn't really have a lot of framework around how that was happening. Or how we were driving that exactly And so the whole process of re formatting. The accelerator was definitely addressing. The fact that we kind of got into the routine and we we made things happen but we needed to really refocus on our business. dislike we coach oliver startups to seduced. So i think another example of a setback is more on the one on one relationship side. And so you know we're always trying to provide a way for the start ups and the the house systems to come together around a relationship but sometimes you know. We don't provide the right advice early enough on how to make that happen. So for example there was a startup that went in asking for a pilot relationship with one of our systems that was paid but it was an area that they had never done before. And it was really a better opportunity for co-development but because they went in with a paid pilot. I than the health system was not as interested in continuing the conversation around the co-development so it was a mess for us that we are always needing to really refocus our efforts and make sure that were. We're not making any future opportunities to miss that same way because that was a relationship that really could have been developed if we had Kept kept our guard up on on how that relationship was progressing at the time So that's that's where we really see. The mrs is is when you know the startup comes into hot and and we don't have enough time to to help them understand why a different approach might end up with more success that they end. So that's what we're always trying to do better with for both parties to find that success and you guys are the ultimate coach really in between both right absolutely so with the health systems. We are trying to help them understand without previous. Traction actually means how that business is likely to be viable based on the funding that they have and the funding that they're likely to get you know so we are trying to to support the health systems to understand that the startup is going to be successful and the startup is going to be committed and this is why we know that and then with the start up of course really around gino. Okay this approach might have worked with your you know smaller medium size customer. But it's really not gonna work with this larger system and then of course in between systems. It's really different so. Md anderson is a state run institution and they have a lot of different requirements on them as a result of that Compared to houston methodist compared to texas children's they all have very different Motivations or or frameworks that they're working in just because the stakeholders that are involved And so most of the time. The efforts that we're using to coach the startups are on just putting yourself in your customer's shoes and really understanding that And and were providing some insights as to help them do that more quickly than otherwise they would be able to do on their own. Oh and it could be months a year before. They actually learned that on their own. You know and it's just frustrating. You're waiting for an answer and you don't hear back and you follow up and you don't hear back and then you figure out that you just lost six months absolutely. We're trying to get to a quick answer if it's no that's fine. Everyone can handle that right. So we're we're definitely trying to get to those knows sooner and so and help demystify. Why did this halt you know is is this unknown. It's like no it's just not right. Now there's something else going on behind the scenes like hold tight mullahs in another month or so. So yeah it's definitely hopefully really valuable for them to have that partner with with us. And that's where we see in a accelerators kind of an overblown word right now. And and nobody really knows what it means actually to be accelerated at this point but i think for us what we're accelerating. Is that time to a relationship a meaningful engagement with the health system. And we do that through those insights around what those customers are looking for. Love it now. What well said and folks if you don't know so up to this date..

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"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 x. 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-science 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 rice. 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 on the podcast. 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 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. Oh 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 biology that took me into research which you know if you can develop something that 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 so many 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 and that love their bow to as you as you think about the work. You guys are doing it. 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 the 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 these different institutions. So right now that looks like data that we publish every day around covert. I'm so you can go to our website teams. Id you and see how were clobbering across all these institutions to share updates on hospitalizations and other things that are relevance than our hospitals or doing a lot of work behind the scenes to try and make sure that everyone is cloud breeding 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 access to entrepreneurs that can work with our health systems. And so it's an incubator. We have a partnership with johnson johnson j. labs and ab robotics and other corporate partners to create density around making startups possible and always relevant and tied back to the clinical application and clinical outcomes. And so we do that. Through a variety of ways through direct partnerships and relationships that we help to manage primarily through our team six accelerator. Which is our flagship program. That's the way that we get most of the entrepreneurs and tell system partners together. We also have a bydesign program which you've had a previous guests Talk through we hire some folks to go be students within the medical center and learn as much as they can from all the clinicians and start a business that's really clinically need focused and Start a company from that which has been really successful. We started a lot of great new driven companies through that process So all that to say there's a lot of different people and talent that make all of this possible But our team provides a way for the health systems to get access to diligence and to spend time with companies into be curious about companies without having to say yes. I'm ready for a pilot now They can work with us to say. Oh that's interesting. You know when this happens when that happens or when this business model is sorted then we'll be ready for a conversation again and so it creates a little bit more of a conversation rather than a decision. Yes or no right away Which enables the startups and how systems to be curious about how that relationship can go forward together. Yeah i think that's really really fascinating how you fit into that ecosystem and i would imagine that they also think of you guys as the tool in the toolbox. Right if they're running into a problem may say you know. They're ran rounds a fine that there's an issue maybe the idea of the tmc innovation center comes up as let's present this to them to see if there's any companies there does it work that way to. Yes absolutely we work in partnership with them to talk through. What are your strategic priorities for the next year. And how can we specifically scout and recruit and and build relationships companies that can directly answer those needs and so that's more of a longterm play but then of course we also do get those you know we really need. This just came up and we need to find us now and we also of course help with that Anytime that that comes up as well love it. Yeah you know. And and the benefits of part of such a structure. Your fear an entrepreneur on the space as you get to to actually have your technology your ideas be in the hands of people right away. So that's half the battle. And so i don't know i don't know what kind of feedback you have there on that emily but it's so hard to get ideas and businesses into healthcare absolutely and we talk a lot about finding that right champion that person that can both validate that clinical need that. You've been spending your life trying to build a solution for as well as navigate through these health systems all the complex decision makers The institutions that we work with our large academic medical centers with really complex structures that it can take a lot of navigation of networks to find the right people and so we for the entrepreneurs can break down some of those mysteries and help the entrepreneurs understand. This is the right person for you at this time. And then later you're gonna talk to this person and if something gets stalled we can back channel and say he was going on as this. You know a problem with the pitch or is it just something else internally that's happening and we can provide that relationship Developments process for both parties in that case So yeah it's definitely a huge advantage for the startups to to have someone that's kind of part of their team in some sense that they're working on their behalf But ultimately at the end of the day were here's the health systems and so you know we. We wanna make sure that Were navigating those relationships in the way that the health systems are looking for as well above it. You mentioned just the many things that go on there. I mean what would you say is the one thing that makes you guys different and unique and what's available today. We are the only system that we know about that is providing access to multiple health systems..

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"medical center" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Houston Matters

"President and ceo bill mckeown about how our area hospitals are managing. Also this hour. Afghanistan is back under taliban control state and local officials to duke it out over mask. Mandates and the second special session of the texas legislature continues without a quorum in the house who talk the latest developments in our weekly political roundup. Also ahead we revisit. My conversation with scott kelly. The astronaut he spent nearly a year in space. Plus michael hagerty interviews the local director of a movie that was filmed here in houston in twenty eighteen and finally got a release. We'll start with the news update from npr news. Eight seven stay with us. This is houston matter. Some joshua's in in today four craig. Cohen good morning later this hour. We'll talk about some of the latest developments in local state and national politics. Also michael hegarty talks with a local filmmaker about his newly released films shot in houston but first as we mentioned on the program yesterday the texas medical center last week reported its highest rate yet of average daily kovic hospitalizations there also in phase two of icu. Capacity and health officials expect cases to continue climbing at their speedy rate. All of this is amid continued efforts to encourage vaccinations in the area including a new incentive announced by harris county yesterday. they're offering one hundred dollars to residents. Who get their first covet vaccine dose through harris county public health joining us now to talk about the latest on covert nineteen and its effects on the texas medical center. Is bill mckeown president and ceo of the texas medical center. Bill mckee and welcome back to houston matters. Good morning. joshua last week was a record for average daily hospitalizations. What are we seeing in those numbers in this week. Well unfortunately we're going to exceed those numbers we Just as This morning i reported four hundred twenty one new kovic patient. So this is the forest for highest daily admission rate that we've seen since the very beginning of the pandemic we've only had a couple of days where we exceeded three hundred both in the second wave and in the third wave and now we're over four hundred twenty one today and how are the staffing needs at the hospitals. Is there enough staff to care for these increasing. Numbers is this time but it's not limitless As we see a surge on our emergency rooms a surge on our i see us or at eighty four percent right. Now inner icu. So the issue is now beds for us..

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"medical center" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Your bio and then the seven years prior to that i was in philly at thomas jefferson university and then the three years prior to that i was a post doc at brandeis in boston and stanford also and then a four and a half years part of that was a graduate student at stanford on my gosh and then i did biotech actually As well for five and a half years graduated from college in one thousand nine hundred three my gosh so have you always just been even as a kid like would it. Do you have any hobbies. Besides just beside na do today. I like building things We my hands trying to fix things I don't always succeed. I like gardening. I like like build raised bed gardens a grow things all other scientists new an academic I love i love hiking My new jim is climbing gym. Some earned the walls covering thing..

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And we attract younger medicare advantage members. They're generally healthy. And you know for them gym memberships and other things are really what matter. But we've got a whole different set of patients across that continuum and really relates around engagement and access and values. I keep going back to that. But really i think that that's it. And it's unique to to the patient population at. You're serving right so a one size fits all approach just doesn't work in healthcare like we see across pharmacy and also healthcare services. There is no substitute when pharmacies. Get engaged in hagen. Interest in patients beyond just is not you know. Bring it full circle cow. I was one of the things that made me so successful in my first retail jobs. Why i enjoyed it so much wasn't though so successful. I just enjoyed my job was because you got the no your issue and you got to know them on multiple levels and you could understand what was going on with them and you could help them. I don't think it's much different. Twenty thirty years later before asking people to engage. Get to know people better take interest because often you know their docks. You're super busy. They may not get the time in so we know. this reese. drugs are a strong connection and pharmacist. Should be as well. So i'm excited about just bringing battle back from my purchase a pair. I have a responsibility to try to make that happen. And so typically providers whether the pharmacists etc. they have an adversarial relationship. But we want a partnership relationship. Because we know that's they called. We've ignored him for too long. And i think provide too much value. It's this alignment right. It's everyone working together to support the patient and doing what's best for themselves and also the larger healthcare ecosystem. It's the character daniel. Right seamless in everybody has sets and everybody has a stake in that in the game. Right we'll to wrap things up. You give us a closing thought and the best place for listeners to collaborate with you well certainly it is enormously exciting how pharmacies can a change and how quality a life enging all of those things are in a b. I believe materially different going forward and from my perspective. We've got to make sure that we've taken. Values centered approach to make sure have access to these treatments and We we don't break the bank so you know. I think that that is the exciting and the daunting challenge. Were certainly up for it. And we think we've got the right infrastructure here at ups emc to be able to tackle that challenge so look forward to coming back again if you want deeper and anyone that these topics but again thanks for having thank you for joining us today and it was a great conversation like all right take care..

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Science tells you that if you replace the gene or your a player did gene. You should have a lifetime of cure. A wheel know that so essentially at the end of the day. Cow what we need to do is we need payment reform transformative therapies. We need warranty contracts. That basically say well if the drive fails ten years out or entitled to this if it fails fifteen years out or entitled to that and get fifteen years call it a day. We'll have anything life today. We also need value pricing today. Pricing is based on what the market will bear tomorrow. we need pricing. That's based on what it took the need all of those kinds of things and you know at the end of the day we also need to look at the supply chain and the site of care and so much today in in our supply chain. Is bill on thousand dollar drugs. Not five hundred thousand dollar drugs. So how do we right-sized and supply chain. So there isn't someone that's making way too much because of their you know their leveraging adroit bet is super expensive accents and then when you're thinking about that's come more what we've just discussed wiscon- future looking but even today like what is top of mind around the biggest challenges that you're working on right now from your perspective. I think the specialty drug. It's all the headlines but if you think about it we have an aging population. We're living longer. We do not want to be in nursing homes and so everybody is in sanded to kind of keep people at home most lots of data that. They're better off at home. But these patients a huge amount of these members they take greater than eight the ten minutes every month unions and they're often uncoordinated multiple specialists and sometimes multiple pharmacies. And so we you know you see restarted what we call high touch pharmacy services in specifically built for these kinds of members where we package them up so we have the you know the whole breakfast lunch and dinner houches. So it's really. We know that when you organize your meds and you saint your med. So as much as you can all the refills happen at the same time and then you organize them for people and then you surround them with a what. I call a micromanagement pharmacy perspective. A pharmacist calls every month. And just says hey. Are you still taking your says. Are you okay have you fallen. You have gone out of the house food right. Yeah if we can do that. Service know for most medically vulnerable at highest risk level. We will make a difference in outcomes in member satisfaction etc. So that's just a microcosm right. That's when you earning about one of the biggest challenges we've got that population especially drug population. So how do we it all to be. It all goes back through engagement. I don't we get closer to our members. Use technology in a way that supports it employment of the right service you know and we attract younger medicare advantage members. They're generally healthy. And you know for them gym memberships and other things are really what matter. But we've got a whole different set of patients across that continuum and really relates around engagement and access and values. I keep going back to that. But really i think that that's it..

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"High costs. Speciality drugs that are you know for rare and chronic disease and they are like changing life. Sustaining twenty from now. we're going to have cures. we're going to have technology that we've never trump about. And so how do we position our pharmacy management strategy to make sure that people have access to them and were able to afford. Because we're not gonna have what we have today with. kobe were. The government is funding axes. Pandemic it's a it's an emergency authorization period to have that in so that's really the exciting but very intimidating Thought about what the future is. But i look at foals were were engaging members i look at technology. We've got ardinger in separate health. They use texting to give people refill reminders. And to help them for their drugs we have digital therapeutics that are on the cutting edge where patients can actually track their insulin. Dosing with got technology that does continuous glucose monitoring and patients are now so educated. triggers are at drives their spikes in blood sugar. How do we just take all that burgeoning technology which you know again you couple that with a population of young folks. That grew up with this and it's not going to be an option. They're gonna want it. Look at the wearables that were having today that that are just you know how many people look at their iphones. Many steps they use because it's built in so it's just really exciting to think about. Can we leverage these technologies in a way again it's affordable but also where patients and members want to use them. So i don't. I don't have to write. How do you get engagement and keep using that word. But i think we're going to grow so much smarter about with drives are diseases and it's going to be aided by technology and digital therapeutics and it's going to be to be treated by drugs that are going to be innovative personalized and it's just so different than where we are today from where we came from and i think that's what really excites me about the future. And so these new transformative in curative drugs. In the pipeline. How will you. pm c. Have to adjust to be able to support. Those high costs prescriptions and ensure that their members get access to those. Well i mean that could be a whole separate. Don't let to summit up fairly quickly right so pharmacy and this may be a little bit more detail than our audience wants. But i think it's important pharmacy. Unlike medical about pharmacists. That i talked about myself right all those years ago. How i got paid was on drug margin right so i- drugs that had been priced. I get paid at a decent price. That's what keeps the lights on. Pays the pharmacist salaries. If you look at what's happening on the medical side of the equation. There's been more value based reimbursement right. There's more pay for value instead of paid for widget in we've been really working hard you. Pm cedeno fortunate again that have leadership that supports me on this is how do we transform pharmacy from pay for widget to pay for value at talked about those pharmacists again. The reason why pharmacists winning a dark place as profession is because you know payers everybody else in the supply chain made them feel more and more and more prescriptions to be able to make the same amount of money in we ignored clinical state quarter because they were heads down in the back of the pharmacy. Just cranking out more volley. So how do we get away for pay from volume in the pay for value. And i think that's what we're really excited about. We're starting to do lots of those kind of pilots with our retail partners. And so if you if you can get pharmacy to kind of shift a little bit go towards pay for value and then we can partner with industry to do more value based contracts. Let's face it these cures. We already have the drug. It's a two million dollar drugs for sama data. We have on that probably spans a couple of years. So it's priced like a lifetime cure. You know you don't have any data more than a few years science tells you that if you replace the gene or your a player did gene. You should have a lifetime of cure. A wheel know that so essentially at the end of the day. Cow what we need to do is we need payment reform transformative therapies. We need warranty contracts. That basically say well if the drive.

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Our outcomes in diabetes is probably number one risk factor in four outcoming in kobe. So what is it that we're not doing right there. So when i talk about access how do we make sure that you know. Our members have access to the the drugs that matter and then engagement right. So i it's value then it's access but then it's engagement so wrapping our pharmacists around those patients whose numbers looking at it from a whole person perspective so not just. Can you afford med but met education. Do you understand the importance of it. You know you may not feel any different at all but it's really important that you continue to take it every day looking at whole person making sure. We're looking at the social determinants of health looking at other barriers. All the things that you know. I think getting the way of med adherence. I mean we relate the blame cost but there's lots of other factors and i think that that's what we're really trying to do different because we think those other tools that i talked about those your table stakes but to be innovative and get engagement. You really have to look at the patient. The cut the member a whole person. Sorta way although that i always enjoy a good framework in value. Access and engagement is certainly a nice healthy way to really articulate. How you p- emc is innovative. I really you know. I'll tell you you know. We're pretty fortunate. The ecosystem that up amc has pretty amazing right so long part of a large health plan that has all of the products everything from commercial to medicare to exchanges to children's health.

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"medical center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on KCRW

"Sinai Medical Center. That's 4 50. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Ailsa Chang, Dr Anthony Fauci is calling the Delta variant the greatest threat to the nation's prospects for winning the battle against the Covid 19 pandemic. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein joins us now with more details. Hi, Rob. Hey, Elsa. Hey. So this Delta very in. I mean, it's a strain that was first spotted in India right before it took over in the United Kingdom and other countries. Why is Dr Fauci issuing such a strong warning about it now? In the US It's a combination of factors. Number one is it's incredibly contagious, the most contagious mutant to emerge yet and it's spreading fast in this country so fast now that it's doubling the proportion of infections is causing every two weeks and already accounts for more than 20% of all new infections. Let's listen to a little bit of what Dr Fauci said about this today at the White House Covid 19 briefing similar to the situation in the UK The delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U. S to our attempt to eliminate Covid 19. According to some estimates that Delta is on such a fast trajectory that it's likely to become the dominant strain in the U. S within weeks. In fact, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky noted at the same briefing that the Delta already accounts for nearly half of all infections in some parts of the country. You know, like parts of the Midwest and West. Wow. Okay, so it spreads really quickly, but But does it make people sicker? You know, it looks like that could be the case. Dr. Fauci cited some new research that indicates people are significantly more likely to end up in the hospital if they catch this virus compared to if they caught the original strain. And he noted that young and Bolton Children look like they're driving the spread of the virus. At least in Britain. That is okay. Well, the question on everyone's mind is how well do our current vaccines work against the delta variant? Yeah. Yeah, We're all wondering, am I protected or not? And that's the good news. All the evidence so far indicates that they work very well if people are fully evacuated, But remember, there are lots of unvaccinated people still in this country. So, Dr Fauci says this new threat posed by the Delta variant makes it more urgent than ever that people roll up their sleeves, especially, you know, given how close the country is to finally getting back to normal. We have the tools, so let's use them and crush the outbreak. The fear Elsa is that the delta variant could spark yet another round of new outbreaks in the parts of the country where lots of people still aren't vaccinated. In fact, a new projection that just came out Found that yet Another national search could start as soon as July. If a virus is contagious, as the delta sweeps through unvaccinated parts of the country Well, if the delta variant does spread through certain parts of the US unchecked Could it lead to the emergence of even more dangerous variance? Absolutely, as we've been saying for a while. Now, the more the virus spreads, the greater the chances that even more dangerous mutants could evolve. If we let it run wild who knows what could emerge? And you know, Doctor will honestly noted that there's no reason for one more person to get sick or die from the pandemic in this country at this point, when the vaccines have essentially made Covid 19 a preventable disease. That is NPR's Rob Stein. Thank you, Rob..

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"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

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"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

"Welcome to the daily post podcast. Today as sunday june thirteenth captain america. Chris evans is forty years old today to. I'm chris and here your top stories brought to you by georgia. United credit u the special accreditation review for going county public schools begins today when it county deputies have located and arrested a man one in connection with a double murder lawrenceville when account police have issued a new call for information about a murder that occurred in norcross last fall. Marietta man who was serving as the chief operating officer at a network security company is facing more than a dozen charges for allegedly conducting a cyber attack against medical center. Lionheart feeder is roaring back from the covid era with summer case for young ones and exciting theatrical youth festival and finally the girl scouts day camp celebrated forty years of skill building. Fun when you're in the market for new home. Georgia united credit union is here to help. We offer competitive rates low fees and flexible terms. So you could be confident. You're getting the best home for your budget. We'll even cover up to five hundred dollars on the appraisal fee of your new home saving you even more money. Our home loan experts will guide you through the process finding the best loan solutions for your needs. We have up to one hundred percent financing and no money down options for qualified members. Lock the door to your new home by visiting g. You see you dot. Org slash new home. Georgia united is an equal housing lender team from the agency that accredits county public schools has begun special review to investigate numerous complaints primarily about the county's board of education. Talk me a special accreditation review of. Gps begins today and is expected to last through wednesday team that will be conducting. The review will interview people who filed complaints against the district as well as parents do. N't teachers administrators. Superintendent j alvin wilbanks members of the gwinnett county board of education and other members of the community during the visit district leaders will also present evidence.

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Medical Center in El Paso soon. It's not clear why the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, which is prohibited while on duty, including well in training. No word yet on any disciplinary action against the soldiers. This is AP News. Attorney, Linwood is now being scrutinized by the Georgia Bar Association. Here's the A piece. Mike Rossi, a prominent conservative pro Trump attorney, Lin Wood, is the subject of an inquiry by the State Bar of Georgia for perpetuating unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud in the November election. The inquiry is being pursued under a bar rule that has to do with mental incapacity or substance abuse to the extent of impairing competency as a lawyer. The investigative process is confidential, but would made it public in a post on the social me Platform Telegram in a separate post on telegram Friday, would wrote he will decline if requested to submit to a mental health examination to maintain his license to practice law. I might Grassi, a longtime Temple University basketball coach, John Chaney led the Owls to 17 and see double a tournament appearances over his 24 years at the school. Janey died Friday, eight days after his 89th birthday after a short, unspecified illness. I'm Tim McGuire, AP News Scientists initially suspected the virus came from wild animals sold in the market. The market has since been largely ruled out, but it could provide hints to how the virus spread so widely despite the research mission, becoming politically charged, spokesman for the China National Health Commission me Fang says China is assisting with joint research Fung Shui Change as well. Joe Schaeuble, China and the W. Hey true expert team have reached an agreement on the arrangement of the following works..

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"medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Medical Center in El Paso soon. It's not clear why the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, which is prohibited while on duty, including well in training. No word yet on any disciplinary action against the soldiers. This is AP News. Attorney, Linwood is now being scrutinized by the Georgia Bar Association. Here's the A piece. Mike Rossi, a prominent conservative pro Trump attorney, Lin Wood, is the subject of an inquiry by the State Bar of Georgia for perpetuating unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud in the November election. The inquiry is being pursued under a bar rule that has to do with mental incapacity or substance abuse to the extent of impairing competency as a lawyer. The investigative process is confidential, but would made it public in a post on the social me Be a platform Telegram in a separate post on telegram Friday, would wrote he will decline if requested to submit to a mental health examination to maintain his license to practice law. I might Grassi, a longtime Temple University basketball coach, John Chaney led the Owls to 17 and see double a tournament appearances over his 24 years at the school. Janey died Friday, eight days after his 89th birthday after a short, unspecified illness. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Drew Timmy had 19 points and was one of six Gonzaga players to score in double figures as the top ranked Bulldogs rounded pepper dine 97 75. And remember, came off the bench and finished with 17 points and eight assists. Corey Kiss Bird scored 16 and Aaron Cook had a career high 15 for the Zags, who have won 21 straight dating to last season. Number nine jumped out to a 15 7 lead before Gonzaga took control with a 21 to 2 run. It's the second time this season, the Bulldogs have had six more players score in double figures. I'm Dave Ferrie. True, Timmy had 19 points and was one of six Gonzaga players to score in double figures as the top ranked Bulldogs rounded pepper dine 97 75. And remember, came off the bench and finished with 17 points and eight assists. Corey Kiss Bird scored 16 Narron Cook had a career high 15 for the Zags. Whenever I get my opportunity, and then they're gonna take him And you know the culture stuff. They trust me tonight, go out and do that. So you know when they gave me the opportunity to take advantage of it jumped out to a 15 7 lead before Gonzaga took control with a 21 to 2 run. It's the second time this season, the Bulldogs have had six more players score in double figures. I'm Dave Ferrie..

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"medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Medical Center in El Paso. Soon. It's not clear why the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, which is prohibited while on duty, including well in training. No word yet on any disciplinary action against the soldiers. This is AP News. Attorney, Linwood is now being scrutinized by the Georgia Bar Association. Here's the A piece. Mike Rossi, a prominent conservative pro Trump attorney, Lin Wood, is the subject of an inquiry by the State Bar of Georgia for perpetuating unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud in the November election. The inquiry is being pursued under a bar rule that has to do with mental incapacity or substance abuse to the extent of impairing competency as a lawyer. The investigative process is confidential, but would made it public in a post on the social me Be a platform Telegram in a separate post on telegram Friday, would wrote he will decline if requested to submit to a mental health examination to maintain his license to practice law. I might Grassi, a longtime Temple University basketball coach, John Chaney led the Owls to 17 and see double a tournament appearances over his 24 years at the school. Janey died Friday, eight days after his 89th birthday after a short, unspecified illness. I'm Tim McGuire, AP News We're reporting a 50% reduction and human cases down to only 27 people in the world last year that had anyone That's compared to 1986 when there were 3.5 million people annually. This is a community based program and so the volunteers have remained active throughout the entire pandemic. Of course, it has complicated logistics and supply chains..

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"medical center" Discussed on AP News

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Medical Center in El Paso soon. It's not clear why the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, which is prohibited while on duty, including while in training. No word yet on any disciplinary action against the soldiers. This is AP News. Attorney, Linwood is now being scrutinized by the Georgia Bar Association. Here's the A piece. Mike Rossi, a prominent conservative pro Trump attorney, Lin Wood, is the subject of an inquiry by the State Bar of Georgia for perpetuating unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud in the November election. The inquiry is being pursued under a bar rule that has to do with mental incapacity or substance abuse to the extent of impairing competency as a lawyer. The investigative process is confidential, but would made it public in a post on the social me Be a platform Telegram in a separate post on telegram Friday, would wrote he will decline if requested to submit to a mental health examination to maintain his license to practice law. I might Grassi, a longtime Temple University basketball coach, John Chaney led the Owls to 17 and see double a tournament appearances over his 24 years at the school. Janey died Friday, eight days after his 89th birthday after a short, unspecified illness. I'm to McGuire AP News. We're reporting a 50% reduction and human cases down to only 27 people in the world last year that had anyone That's compared to 1986 when there were 3.5 million people annually. This is a community based program and so the volunteers have remained active throughout the entire pandemic. Of course, it has complicated logistics and supply chains..

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"medical center" Discussed on AP News

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Medical Center in El Paso soon. It's not clear why the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, which is prohibited while on duty, including while in training. No word yet on any disciplinary action against the soldiers. This is AP News. Attorney, Linwood is now being scrutinized by the Georgia Bar Association. Here's the A piece. Mike Rossi, a prominent conservative pro Trump attorney, Lin Wood, is the subject of an inquiry by the State Bar of Georgia for perpetuating unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud in the November election. The inquiry is being pursued under a bar rule that has to do with mental incapacity or substance abuse to the extent of impairing competency as a lawyer. The investigative process is confidential, but would made it public in a post on the social me Be a platform Telegram in a separate post on telegram Friday, would wrote he will decline if requested to submit to a mental health examination to maintain his license to practice law. I might Grassi, a longtime Temple University basketball coach, John Chaney led the Owls to 17 and see double a tournament appearances over his 24 years at the school. Jenny died Friday, eight days after his 89th birthday after a short, unspecified illness. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News YOUNGERS Corpus L. A won a match up of longtime friends by stopping 31 shots. Corpus Ella got the better of Blackhawks netminder and fellow Finn Kevin Langan in who handle 25 shots. All over New York Stream provided the opening goal on a power play in the first period. He also set up Eric Robinson's breakaway the gave Columbus had to nothing lead in the second period. Youngers corpus L. I want a match up of longtime friends by stopping 31 chats in the Blue Jackets to one win over the Blackhawks. Corpus. Ella got the better of Blackhawks netminder and fellow Finn Kevin Langan in who handle 25 shots. That was great. I mean, just battling against her one of the best friends you have on, you know. Getting away and that was that was really fun. Oliver, your extreme, provided the opening goal on a power play in the first period. He also set up Eric Robinson's breakaway the gave Columbus a to nothing lead in the second period. Bjork's train has three goals in eight points in his last seven games. Dylan Strome had Chicago's long goal and he almost died on a rapper, and that was blocked by Vladislav Garrick off early in the second period. I'm Dave Ferrie. From regular.

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