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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"By the way, there are others that own that prefer just getting called where I've hit that now on the head. I said that the vast majority that preferred to my list they called this year and here we are a little more than halfway through the year. Most of medical we'll be right back right after this. Mhm. Hi, Dan. Thank you for taking my call. And for sharing your expertise with all of us. We don't know what we're doing, Uh, listening to you. It's going to go my what have we done? Yeah, well through many here's I, You know, I listened to you with tears at times that will God have mercy on me, He said I want to thank you for helping open our eyes to being biblically responsible. You've made me want to be biblically responsible. I never really thought about it until I started. Listening to you. That's all you blast, everybody. Thank you. Thank you. God bless your awesome. Thank you. Fred got fresh. There's a lot to learn from listening to you. And I recommended as you know, as a young couple here. Um, thank you. I appreciate your encouragement, Your due diligence and the results on this end as confidence in peace, and I'm so thankful for that if your ministry will keep you and your staff in prayer Samaritan Ministries, health sharing ministries that is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Even and I my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | Last month

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Things could be reminded of them as well. Alright 6 10 363 11 10. We're going to get right to calls. I'm going to get ready to call. So hang in there. 6 10 363 11 10. We'll be back right after this. I appreciate all your advice. You've been doing great work. I really enjoy your program was helped out a lot Do awful. Nice work with what to do. In fact, thank you, Jim. I think that the Lord is since you have a national treasure to help us manage the found that because I know of no one else out there. Listen to Christian radio system. The radio for years. And I know no no one else out there doing what you're doing. I wanted to thank you for your ministry. Appreciate everything you do. Thank you. Good morning. We're so blessed to listen to you every day. But we're even more blessed knowing that you're coming out this way. Yes, Next month's just joined your ministry and became a partner last week. Oh, great. Thank you. Listen, you have really truly been a blessing for me and my wife. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry that is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Even and I my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | Last month

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"He despised it. He knew if he could eradicate individual is, um and change it to the state. The state the state he could have. All of his dreams come true, and it works. And it is why Adolf Hitler? Idolize Mussolini. Alright, I'll be back. Hi, Dan. Good morning. Thank you for taking my call. I looked through your frequently. I really appreciate the Ministry of educating nous and making this feel good about investing money. I wouldn't have known what to do. You know, widow. I just kind of have to rely on other people that help figure ministry assisting a blessing. TV just joins just become a partner. Guys. There's no point not too and do the premium one. It's a couple bucks. More. You can't do this without the tracker. Good morning. God bless you. I think you just super and I love your commitment to Jesus. Your advice is gospel. And I truly want to walk the plumb line of investment purity. And what that advice I'm going to sleep better tonight. I'm a delivery driver. And I'm always looking forward to hearing your show and everything. So thank you for everything that you do. It's always a blessing. Well, that is a real encouragement to me in a blessing. Thank you. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry that is truly amazing. I know it's first. Yvonne and I, my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Yeah, I would look at, uh two of the FFT pH, D and C p L. C. The symbols of two mutual funds and I'd probably just split it between the two of them and do that. Thanks. Offered. Alright folks will be back. 6 10 363 11 10. Hi, Dan. Good morning. Thank you for taking my call. I listen to you frequently. I really appreciate your ministry of educating us and making us feel good about investing money. I wouldn't have known what to do. You know, widow. I just kind of have to rely on other people to help figure Minister. You're assisting a a blessing to me. Just joined just become a partner. Guys. There's no point not too and do the premium one. It's a couple bucks more. You can't do this without the tracker. Good morning. God bless you. I think you just super and I love your commitment to Jesus. Your advice as gospel. And I truly want to walk the plumb line of investment purity. And with that advice, I'm going to sleep better tonight. I'm a delivery driver. And I'm always looking forward to hearing your show and everything. So thank you for everything that To do. It's always a blessing. Well, that is a real encouragement to me in a blessing. Thank you. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry That is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Even and I my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"With that. And so it's critically important that you have a good agreement and then I think it's okay to do Yeah. We don't know anything on either place. So I think yes, yeah. Yeah. And you can probably get a pretty decent interest rates, so I think it makes sense. Thanks. Thanks, John. Alright? Yep. Alright, folks, we'll be back after this. Mm. Hey, Dan. I've been listening since 2015 and I was leaping college loan that I gave you a call. Then you gave me some advice. I'm out of that now, Um, I just became a partner and I want to say thank you for your dedication in the industry and the sanity that you bring in a world that really looked at a touch these days. First I wanted to say thank you for your advice. A few weeks ago on our mortgage, we were able to refinance from the 29 year note to a 15 year. Here and save over 100,000. Wow are refinancing with the same monthly note actually, little bit cheaper. So I wanted to say thank you. You're always such a blessing. Give me especially because I kind of Fred over my finances and you kind of bring me back to calm state. And so I just appreciate you. Thank you. You pray for us. You're helping us navigate this tsunami. We're so grateful. You really helped me out. I appreciate it. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry That is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Yvonne and I, my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Years from now you go to sell the business. You're still going to have that value of the property attitude, so I wouldn't have a problem. What you doing that Bobby Okay. Okay. Okay. All right. Let's see. Thank your mind. You're welcome. I'm glad you called. Thank you. We'll be right back, folks right after this. Mhm. I appreciate all you've been doing great work. Yeah, I really enjoy your program was helped out a lot awful. Nice work with what to do. Thank you, Tim. I think that the Lord has since you have a national treasure to help us manage the funds that he didn't know because I know of no one else out there and listen to Christian radio system. The radio for years and I don't know no one else I felt that was doing what you're doing. I wanted to thank you for your ministry. Appreciate everything you do loveless and say good morning. We are so blessed to listen to you every day. But we're even more blessed knowing that you're coming out this way. Yes. Next month. Just join your ministry and became a partner last week. Oh, great. Thank you. Listen, you have really truly been a blessing for me and my wife. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry That is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Even and I my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Be a fidelity. It could be a Vanguard brokered interactive brokers. There's lots of discount brokers out there that you can roll that money into helping out and you can start following along and, you know, get that well diversified. So that's what I suggest. I got to run, though, but thank you, brother appreciated. If their partner for two years and it's awesome. I love it. Everybody should do. It tried to gamble for a long time in the stock market and never was an investor and have been for the last two or three years, and it's been a true bless the United States. If you're going to partner with the ministry, man don't waver from any of these strategies that are laid out there. Just stick to it, You know? Thank you for everything you do for us, Uh, You are a lot better than the other salesmen out there. I've been a partner for about three years. Last month, I became a crime partner. And a week ago I started donating $20 a month for now. I feel like it's still the left and the least I can do for those out there missing in here, But, uh oh. Society to be a partner here, But I know it's well worth very small feet, So I hope that you all call me a year from now say it's the best $85 investment I ever made. Samaritan Ministries Health sharing Ministry That is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Even and I my wife..

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"ministry health" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

Understand the God Who Speaks

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks

"I do. Think that the scene in an attempt the wilderness. I do think he's fishing for information. I c k. That's what the backdrop is there. What one last. Quick question Hebrews thirteen to where speaks of where we entertain Angels unaware is that is at literal. I i think so. I think it's drawn from old testament episodes where people dentist precisely that whether it's you know lots case or genesis eighteen with abraham you know its case it's the lord to angels we find out just nineteen the immune. They had no idea who they were having a meal with who they were lodging and all this kind of stuff who they were showing hospitality to so i think that's that's the context for it and i don't see any reason why on this side of of the cross that is something to be eliminated from our understanding We're going to have to close this. Oh hold on everyone. I appreciate you joining us today. That we'd love to have you back. Dr heiser that video k with you. Yep at some point. I'm sure that'll happen okay. Great i'm not opposed okay. Great i'd love to have you back. I know our audience would thank you for tuning in and listening to another great podcast. Understand the god who speaks if you find our ministry health but we ask.

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"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Yeah. 11 ultrasound procedures. Yep. And I have one more question is glad to hell down through the brain. Okay, hold on. All right. We'll be right back, folks right after this. 6 10 363. 11 10 6 10 363. I love it, they will break up. Good morning, Dan. Good morning. The only thing I had to say is Amen. Amen. And Amen. Thank you, brother. I appreciate that. That means a lot to me. I enjoy listening to you. And in this day and age of being politically correct. I really enjoy listening to somebody who was straight forward and tells it like it is Thank you so much for speaking truth. And as President Reagan said, if we forget we are one nation under God. We will be a nation gone and payment it you're not just blessed. You need your blessing. All of America. You are a blessing to us and had been appointed to such a time as this. Got busted and all you do, brother take care, praying for you and the team. Just keep up the analogy. Thank you. Keep up the commentary coming down. We love you. Samaritan Ministries, health sharing ministries that is truly amazing. I know it firsthand. Yvonne and I, my wife. We've used Samaritan ministries for a number of years now, and I remember how nervous we were when we let go of traditional healthcare insurance..

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"ministry health" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:33 min | 9 months ago

"ministry health" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Will first of all Debbie nine particular. Debbie love love horses in. So i don. I wonder my past businesses in construction. I always wanted to build a log on so we found a beautiful piece of property or river. Look looking up onto the continental divide and it was having for us and so we decided to build my dream of having log home and her dream of having a bunch of horses around. You didn't stay in alone. What happened after our experiences. Our life's experiences. We decided that we would love to be able to come alongside ministry Health care for. They have them as we know that there's They're out there carrying for everyone. They've got an enormous enormous giving hand and a shriveled up little receiving hand and we also decided on because it was our experience that it was going to be best to have one couple at a time because that allows a intimacy. That can't happen if there's more than one couples at a time so we invited we would invite them out to the ranch and they would spend a week with us and we did have a from graham that they were going through which is a loosely based on. Bob shanks masters program. They never felt like they were going through program because it was really just a series of of of questioning ads listening mostly listening to what they had to say and wonder how many people if they had the chance to do what you did. Build their dream home. Who would sit there and say oh okay so let us start filling up a schedule with other couples that we don't know in providing a retreat environment for them. I i think i would think most people know now that we build it. We're gonna just kickback. You guys found yourselves really benefiting from it to you weren't just giving where you never know. No li took away from the experience. And guy was congenial to educate us because Stay at standings ranch at it was six seven days in..

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"ministry health" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"ministry health" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Began industrial action today, but you could be forgiven for thinking staff simply forgotten to put the uniforms on union negotiators wages of some ambulance workers, taking strike action and violent staff who have refused to comply with uniform requirements have had their wages slashed by teen. PERC- documents released a cheap point onto the official information. Act have revealed the teachers between paramedics, their employers and John and the government amid ongoing strike action, a union representing paramedics heads recent partial strike action for tomorrow, but it's been canceled after Saint. John Ambulance lodged a quarter junction Saint John The injunction was lodged in the interests of patient safety, but some Sun. John Paramedics say they're at breaking point. An Eugene change is needed. What I would say about as that. Yes, it's an important point so I'm being. Saffron paid what they were. They were and what we want to pay them I. Don't think I funding and right have helped an and of course what's happened over time? Is that them? They fall behind, so we've increased the training and skills and education, and we. So staff can do. The scope of practice changed dramatically elementary. But we haven't to record recompense of Rick. Pass what they would. We did a independent pay review last year, which recommended significant payroll for our paramedics particularly and for intensive care paramedics and We you know we're committed to make happen. Come, what may because staff do need to be rewarded and I think Wearing wearing bagging now without without union so account say too much about that, but I'm absolutely committed to making sure that we give our staff the pay that they deserve as soon as possible. The we've. We've had a number of conversations with ministry health. Minister about that about this. This specific issue of the past twelve eighteen months and they they understand that there's a significant pay correction needed fourth of the Swiss Group of staff for Steph and and I think there's a recognition that once we settle out a current abandoning that we will receive an what they've said is an appropriate level of funding support for that so I. Think you know we're committed to making it happen. We've got to him. The thing is take. Take, a look at Johns reports on the surface. It doesn't look that Dia they lost eighteen million bucks last year. Sure, but they still hold nearly two hundred and forty million dollars worth of essence. I think he's really really important as a charity and coming from the UK where I think there's a real strong requirement to be transparent refunding on I'm really committed to making sure that every aspect of what we do is transparent we we spend the public money here even. Even if we found that, we spend money, we got to be absolutely transparent with what we do with the money we get where it goes we're. We're acutely aware of not investing in buildings, an not investing in buildings. An appropriate I think that's been an ongoing conversation. It's John You know, should we releasing should be earning. She'll be even other buildings. We'll be sharing. We've got to do better in the area. We know that, but in terms of our WE'VE GOT A. A big quarterback property portfolio or I'm being sections and which buildings will become we. We can do that, but we don't want to be doing which has been suggested is we start having bills to pay wages? That's that's the wrong thing to do is. You can't survive doing that. After forty three years in the job, there's not much this ambulance officer hasn't had to deal with, but the past few months have been particularly tough. He tears up recalling her heart at Spain. Hell skier it was. Furious. With us. That's cheek. Point. Reporter needs a blake person speaking to us at John Paramedic. Hey I'm sixty life on the road. Fish oil belts. So, South African just come off the plane, twenty five thousand airports forty. Three now and you'll hit Tokyo. I'm sixty four. Is this me is? What I do. To. Quarter on the half. He doesn't want to be identified out of fear of losing his job, but he's furious to hear that the penal rates which the weekend and night shifts that he and his colleagues fought hard for during industrial action last year, a now under three at Saint John feels the financial pinch wandering. Stream the same bowl that's been going on for years and years years. They promise you something and the just to shut you up, so you don't start over, and then they take it away from it. Just it just kept me and we could always smell rich. Company, we. Don't know what the books. What's going on? Have you ever been to and see? We want to be fully government funded Yes. We'd be many times we've got. I've I've spent the past two years. It feels like a latch PA of my time as chief executive of last two years as spent being spent on this on this one issue, there must be annoying. I, think he's an as well as I didn't expect it didn't expect to be dominant. Power My job when I returned from the UK. I think I. Think you know hindsight is a wonderful thing when I return from the UK in two thousand twelve. I was shocked to see you'll be slept single ambulances. And so I think I turned my attention to the issue immediately, and we were fortunate to get funding for an extra four hundred fifty staff of a four years now and position way in ten months time we will, we will know how no longer have any ambulance single-crew Zealand which is fantastic, but BENEFIT BEHIND CY I should've turned my essentially to the issue of funding level so I think my staff would say that Peter you should have actually quicker on this issue. And I. think that absolutely correct and I think what I I've been being generous to myself. I'd say that we as an organization included Apple. We'd normalized. Living on the funding, we received and I. Think Eventually We would use that cash reserves might. Chief Financial Officers we've run an a smell of the Irag. We can't naturally the regular as well and I think it's a good statement I saw. And I think the other challenge here is that because we have seen as quite successful? And people say well want. Doesn't John Need One hundred million a year? Extra doing a great job? Not Actually Crosses. The problem I also think we've stretched the goodwill. The public donors and we've also used up all of our money. We know we have to borrow money from the be every ten weeks to pay our wages. About twenty million every every ten weeks to pay the wages. And ESP now saying well. We got no money. We're in a situation where we need to see a change we. We believe that this is the fondly That, we can manage this organization like what we have on the funding we get. What does that mean what it means is? My board would say if we can get the funding model changed. Once and for all finally, get the funding to fully funded. As pilots renewed contracts than the than we as an organization to make a decision. We are the significantly changed the service we provide the public. Is a service that is smaller slower, but operates within the funding we've got. All the board says actually. Can we actually handle hat? Maintain their services a going concern, and therefore can we still run the service? I don't think he will come so easily those because I do think there's an absolute understanding and speaking to Ashley Bloomfield And at so Scott Pickering, use the ACC chief executive This is absolute commitment to getting the funding Saudi now and not just. A little bit here.

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"ministry health" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

16:12 min | 1 year ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!

"Software and we connect highly specialized medical devices into that software and we capture those images and those sounds that data into our platforms transfer. Those sounds images that content to a place. That's not where you're at so at a distance which is set essence. What telemedicine is so? We're a software company and we're deploying these systems around the globe and how many countries do you have installations in as a today wearing one hundred four countries around the world and we take pride in that number again being in business for twenty nine years we have the longevity so We doing business actively one hundred four countries today? No actively probably sixty but over the years we've deployed telemedicine systems and a hundred and four countries will still sixty countries actively is pretty impressive. You know when when we spoke the other day you had a great story about deploying a telemedicine system in a South American country. Would you share that again? Yeah short that was probably the deployment brought the most pride to amd. It was our biggest deal to date. It was back in two thousand fourteen. Amd worked with our partners in the ministry health down in the country of Bolivia if you know much about Bolivia. Bolivia is a very rural country. It's very diverse country. So you have desert's high desert you have mountains. You have very compact urban centers so in you throw in that with all of those barriers in developing country you also have challenges with with broadband so the infrastructure in Bolivia was limited at the time and they were trying to address the child mortality rate. So when we worked with the Ministry of Health in our partners down there in the period of about eight months we deployed three hundred thirty. Four specialized telemedicine systems and so it was really really really interesting. It was it was fun to go to the country and learn what they're doing there and I love telling people that we went into communities rural communities where they didn't have power we did a live telemedicine launch with the Ministry of Health. At the time and we sent one of our trainers in installers up to a small town around the Lake Titicaca and they went into the clinic and it was in the afternoon and there was no power. There are no light so they had to go out into the into the back. Start the generator to generate power. And then we went inside the clinic and of course is now this specialized telemedicine system and in this village. They didn't Alva- village doctor. They didn't have a nurse and we were able to bring in a pregnant lady who had not seen a doctor yet in her pregnancy. And we brought Matsu telemedicine and we connected to a satellite in within minutes. We were streaming live video conferencing from this remote village to the capital in the pause with the ministers of health. What's in so now this? This woman who had never seen a doctor is now having her first consult with the Ministry of Health and not only doing the physical encounter. Doing how feeling which would happen. In every physician encounter now we have specialized medical peripherals so we had streaming live vitals were capturing high-resolution images and in this case we integrated a alterra sound system and so we re streaming live abdominal images of of the growing fetus to the Ministry of Health. The pause in it was very powerful. It was an overnight overnight success and as I said over eight months we deployed three hundred thirty four systems. And you know something we always say around here at. Amd as we we bring specialized healthcare to the most remote and undisturbed parts of the world. And we truly effect a change in healthcare in that country overnight and as we get fathering to this confrontation It's very different than here in the US. We have broadband we have access we have physicians. But when you get into challenging parts here in the United States are or even in urban centers. There's not a doctor on every corner or you can't see specialists when you need to so. We truly made a high impact on the quality of health in that country. That's a great story. I enjoy hearing again. So you've been in the business the telemedicine industry for almost twenty years and you end Amdi Global. Telemedicine are definitely pioneers in this business. What was telemedicine like for a amd in the days? Yeah I I always love to save this this saying I always say it was like pushing a wearable uphill in mud. It was it was challenging. It was challenging for for a variety of reasons reimbursement. We always use the the saying from the movie. The field of dreams. If you build it they will come but in healthcare. That's not the case If you build it and they reimbursed for it they'll be adoption that people will come and now that's obviously today's world that we're living in dealing with this. Pandemic reimbursement has changed significantly in the last thirty days. But it's made a lot of progress over the last few years but in the early days reimbursement was a major barrier physician. Licensed chair here. In the United States Cross state licenses A doctrine Massachusetts couldn't practice in New Hampshire New Hampshire doctor couldn't practice in Nebraska. These were real challenging issues acceptance. Today you can turn on the evening news and you see the president or you see someone from the Department of Health and they're talking about Kelly health telemedicine so I think you'd be hard pressed to find somebody who is at least has heard the term telemedicine but fifteen years ago. I'd go to a party or a barbecue in someone would say. Well what do you do I so I work for Telemedicine Company. And they said well. That's great what's telemedicine. Now people understand what it is at least conceptually what it is and also acceptance you know before there was always that bias of A. Why would I see a doctor over over video instead of seeing the doctor face to face in a wouldn't it be better to see a doctor face to face in the answer's yes the real short answer is of course it is but in a perfect world? You and I could see specialises physician anywhere. We are anytime whenever we want for. Whatever we want but that perfect world doesn't exist in so with telemedicine does is bridges that gap. It allows you to see oncologists. Dermatologists are cardiologists. Any of the list. Right at a distance at a time that's convenient for you can potentially convenient for the physician and that helps healthcare systems. It helps patients but in the early days. Acceptance was a big barrier in cost. I can remember join in two thousand and one and of course we had the Internet in two thousand and one but you're the broadband that you have was very limited. A lot of people were still using dial up modems. You know now here in Massachusetts you can get you know hundred megs up fifty down for one hundred dollars a month where fifteen. Years ago you couldn't dream of something like that so we were doing video calls over over ice D. N. lines it would cost significant amount of money. You can remember a video call. We did that lasted forty five minutes to Bangalore India and it cost nine hundred dollars. There's just no way you could. You could have any type of scale or adoption that those kind of costs and and you'll like with any industry device. Aggregation was very limited in the early days so videoconferencing Kodak was the early days that was the nineties yearly two thousands thousand people being able to just to have a communication with somebody on the far end in real time. And you weren't on television. You know with something novel and then it became. Can you plug in a video camera? And then can you do with digital stethoscope for sounds and then it just continually has evolved to where today you can do alive ultrasound on a train going through a village at one hundred forty miles an hour real time to a physician in another country. It's like mission impossible stuff so it's come leaps and bounds from where it's been passed but you know a lot of a lot of credit goes to the American Telemedicine Association here in the US in their advocacy both from a policy standpoint the international society for Telemedicine and e health their global society promoting telemedicine helping countries hundred plus countries as members to adopt telemedicine and helping advocate in those parts of the world. An Andy takes a lot of pry. Pvs previous past presidents hearding MD of served as board members on both the ATA in the I. T. Some of our employees here have served on these boards in the past or provocation. I think we owe that to the association's I'm currently a board member with the International Society for telemedicine out of Belgium but we have a hundred plus nation countries so in the early days it was challenging in today due to the pandemic a lot of those barriers that we've been fighting against and continue to fight against have been torn down so if we look at the Early business was most of the business in the past was at international. I mean we're using your experience in Bolivia where they didn't have the doctors. They really appreciated telemedicine and they were willing to take the steps to install it and to provide it. You know for their country. We didn't have that in this country. So we're was most of your business international at that time or was it mixed. That's a great question ten. We've it has been. That's been one of the reasons for these longevity. There have been a lot of great companies. A lot of brilliant people. Wonderful Technologies have come and gone in the last twenty five years in this in. It's the they might have been just before they're tied it They couldn't get reimbursed. Couldn't get revenue at the end of the day. That's that's what keeps businesses going so with. Amd's diversification maybe the economy's down or North America's economy down but the euro. Strong in Europe's doing well or Southeast Asia's growing Africa South America. So yes it really helped us over the years in the past international and some years. It's it's been as much as fifty percent of these business I'd say today it's probably settled somewhere in the twenty to thirty percent of our business. But it's still a a meaningful significant Piece of our our annual revenue here. Okay and so as we've been talking about this Kovic nineteen comes along telemedicine explodes. How has this affected? Amd Global Telemedicine. We're very busy. And it's it's terrible that it took a pandemic to bring awareness to tell him edison but that's what it's done and a lot of health systems are struggling significantly and there were struggling even more two or three months ago because they still needed to see their patients but it wasn't safe to bring the patient to the clinic or to the doctor's office and the patient didn't. WanNa go there so it's changed. Amd in different aspects so. I'll take a minute to go through here. Now I apologize. I love to hear myself talk so I have a tendency to go on. I'll try to keep it short but we we hear at. Amd thought well. We fit within the whole virtual care continuum. So we're whether you're in a prison or school or an acute hospital post acute hospital if you WANNA be mobile or in the workplace are platforms fit within each one of these industry segments. But we don't look at him his segments. We look at it. Health Care and how it's delivered so initially. We have a very large push on our direct to consumer platform Carrion and marketing and Ron and the team has done a tremendous job building awareness around connecting cure platform. And so we've probably seen a five hundred percent increase in sales of direct to consumer platform. And that's a mobile platform that doctors offices or employers or physician groups that can provide to their patient population access to them or to their services over a phone over an APP for the convenience of their whole so initially we saw push there but because of our global footprint I mean goodness. We closed an entire countrywide telemedicine deployment for a country that was doing little to no telemedicine in South America in fourteen days. And then so we've done. We've been part of a some large projects year in the US state of Oklahoma. The governor they're funded program called Project Echo in through our partners here in the. Us We participated in that providing technology and software platforms in with the physician services group going to high acuity sites throughout the state of Oklahoma and those are just a couple of small small snippets of of programs that we've been here and involved in and the other. Amd I won't see. It's our niche. We have a large footprint larger than most in the post acute market here in the United States. And Its. You don't have to turn the evening news to to see that are most loved ones are also the most vulnerable in the ones being impacted by this pandemic. So how do we care for them? Provide quality here. Also protect them so We were also already providing access to those patients to remote physicians at a large degree prior to Cova nineteen but post cove in nineteen. The spotlight's been on that industry as well. So we've been deploying a lot of telemedicine systems to folks markets. Okay and in our last podcast. Tanya Malik said that the ATA hoped to cement certain gains for telemedicine as a result of the pandemic. What changes do you think or hope will remain in place? Yeah Tania's is a very smart woman and I listened to that podcast and I think she was spot on in in her assessment of that. We've had some wonderful gains from what's referred to as originating site in For those people who are are aware of what that means originating site in the CMS world means you can bill for the telehealth services in a really really basic terms and if it didn't qualify originating site before Kobe nineteen even if cms reimbursed for that type of service if you weren't adding originating site you were not going to be able to get reimbursed for that so some of the recent gains of of having the home qualify is a reimbursement originating site with with tremendous you. We're all in self quarantine in our homes being able to access the doctor from your home in that Dr being able to be reimbursed for that in countries tremendous the the biggest in my opinion the biggest gain that happened was the cross state licensor barriers. Were TORN DOWN BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT? Cms WAS GONNA reimburse for this now a doctor in Massachusetts can provide care to somebody in Texas and excetera and that just changed landscape overnight so reimbursement from originating sites in the doctors having access to cross those virtual lines were tremendous so those were massive gains mentioned on.

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WMAL 630AM

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"ministry health" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hundred thousand of the apprehended of those ninety percent would be held caught in released because of our broken asylum laws and the manufacturer catching me we've got to do something about it. Do it immediately. I think the president ought to act aggressively to apply our solemn loss. I think we ought to try to get more congress that, you know, people just nothing to help us actually secure borders how badly he Democratic Party has fallen from the days of semester as Democrats depend on to try to hold the line at order. So I mean, we need to have a president and the administration get aggressive on what we're doing at the border on our ball to the catcher, holy certain things where cities idea what you know, if they're being caught. And if they're being released, sir throw minutes. Thanks for city. What's what's good for? You know, the began. But I think we need to be stopping people at the border. We need to be turning them away. We need to end the crisis. We need to only do what we need to do to make sure that people who truly are being persecuted their own country are the ones which is percentage loss of ten percents that there were talking about asylum. We gonna stop it at the wall. One of the things that's been so astonishing about watching Democrats argue against the sanctuary city idea is the fact that the president asked for additional beds at the border. It's not like the president isn't suggesting a solution. All they have to do is sign a check and all these folks can be kept together at the border with their permission. I mean, that's the policy the president wants to pursue Democrats are objecting on the one hand to that. And on the other hand, they're saying, well, it would undermine us. If these folks were sent to a sanctuary city, I think everybody wants folks to be treated humanely. But I thought the idea was that you're treated more, humanely and sanctuary cities. Well, right. I mean, the the great irony writing January we were debating will turn the so called shutdown. When of course, you know, ninety percent of government is still functioning we've got a policy where. The Ford ideas, just fun beds to fund judges defined official drug interdiction to stopping between the boards entry factory. It wasn't just about the wall the vet we do need fencing border outside. We know. Overthrowing or digital tools at the border? When you survey families Democrats don't care. They don't care about the migrant today who's going to wait on the journey through Mexico, a little girl or woman because they want to have their political patron opportunity, and I'm sticking damn tired of it because they're a real human beings endangered whether they're migrants, whether they're American Jared bargains in San Antonio who got murdered last year by a legal immigrant talked to is wonderful mother who lost her son because it was caught caught point. Well, least that's what we're dealing with because we dealt with thanks for city typology San Antonio. And it needs to stop speaking. With Representative chip ROY representing twenty first district in Texas, congressman, ROY and the Democrats have also been on another front. They now want to push Medicare for all men every democratic twenty twenty contender has embraced Medicare for. Although many of them are also backing off that saying they need incremental steps. I'm old enough. Remember when they suggested ObamaCare was not increments. Step toward Medica Medicare for all. It was the final stop on the train. Now, they're suggesting they want Medicare for all. How do you see that playing out in the house? Well, we know that Medicare all is absolutely the ultimate goal. In fact, they want to further they want one hundred percent universal coverage, you know, top to bottom, and that was what ObamaCare is designed to do that. It would be the private market. Any would make it toward prices would go up. And if that solution would then be universal slash Medicare for all we know that it would cost upwards of thirty to forty trillion dollars by studies being performed five non partisan entity. We know that we have twenty two trillion dollars of debt right now. Racking up one hundred million dollar that per hour every single day twenty four hours a day. We know that that is an unsustainable path. They're doing it to pander to a group of you know, younger voter believes that there's there's nothing that we can't afford and it completely wrong. They're blowing up the private market. They're interfering would be building for you. And I are family get Dr choice when we can solve the problem. Republican stop playing on their field stop giving into their man talking about three condition, which will by government interference. When we had waves control. And the businesses started owning your insurance that a few sun, and when Medicare and Medicaid started interfering with the markets with battery personal rates, and when we started messing with the insurance rate through on a kid. That's what blew up the systems through the end of a people unable to have insurance with resisting edition, and it's still less than five percent of the overall market. We need to get back to direct primary care we need to make sure to have sharing ministry health savings accounts and portable catastrophic and mid what hours of market provided healthcare. That's what we need to go. The Representative chip right represented, right? Final question for you. Look at the twenty twenty democratic contenders. Who do you think is the biggest threat to President Trump? And who do you think is? Most likely to win the nomination just looking at that field right now. Oh, gosh. I, you know, I always hard to get that prediction business. I will tell you that. I think that, you know, camel hair day former. Someone that I think it out at articulate a message in a in a in a way better than I think a lot of the opponent is somebody keep an eye on. And look Bernie Sanders has this strange appeal to a youthful generation despite being octogenarian who's a multimillionaire talking about the benefits social, but he's bowling. Well, he is currently only most folks it's creeped ahead of fighting. And I look I think that there was this kind of crazy hunger for this this this socialist mantra that I mean, you gotta keep an eye on. So I don't know how to predict it all I know is this the president needs that offense publicans have a message that is about opportunity in about economic growth freedom and all that is right about it. And make sure win the next generation of Americans have these love to so that all of our country. Let's congressman chip ROY Representative from twenty four sisters from Texas ship. Thanks so much for stopping by. Appreciate your time. Hey, thank you, keep at it. Coming up in just a minute. We'll talk about the twenty twenty rice beta Aurora chameleon himself in a pretty dramatic way. But I when President Trump says in America is not going to be a socialist country. I certainly hope he's right. I know you hope that too. That's why it's so troubling that a proposal from the department of health and human services moves us in the wrong direction. International drug pricing index would adopt socialist price controls set by foreign countries today. Americans get access to cutting edge therapies for diseases like cancer, nearly two years before other countries and the future holds tremendous promise for fighting diseases like Alzheimer's and MS he HHS proposal would cripple America's world leading medical innovation. We have fewer new cures they'd be harder to obtain. We should control costs, but we should do it with market based reforms and competition by making other countries pay their fair share not with socialist price controls. Keep america..

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WLS-AM 890

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"ministry health" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Rio Grande valley sector January. They will projecting. Well, over four thousand people will be coming across the border two hundred thousand of every headed of those ninety percent would be caught and beliefs because of our asylum laws and the main factor catching we've got to do something about it immediately. I think the president ought to act aggressively to apply our solemn loss. I think we ought to try to get more in congress. But you know, he was nothing you help us to actually secure borders how badly he Democratic Party has fallen from the days of semester, Ray, Democrats, depend on to try to hold the line at order. So we need to have a president and the administration get aggressive on what we're doing at the ball to the catcher Holly, thanks for cities idea. Look, you know, if they're being caught and if they're being released sure throw him in a sanctuary city. What's what's good for you know, again? But I think we need to be stopping people at the border each turning them away. We need to end the crisis when he'd only. Do what we need to do to make sure that people who truly are being persecuted on countries are the ones to the percentage of ten percents that we're talking about asylum. We gotta stop it at the one of the things that been so astonishing about watching Democrats argue against the sanctuary city idea is the fact that the president asked for digital beds at the border. It's not like the president isn't suggesting solution. All they have to do is sign the track and all these folks can be kept together at the border with their permission. I mean, that's the policy the president wants to pursue Democrats are objecting on the one hand to that. And on the other hand, they're saying, well, it would undermine us. If these folks were sent to a sanctuary city, I think everybody wants to be treated humanely. But I thought the idea was that you're treated Morgan mainland sanctuary cities. Well, right. I mean, this is the great irony. Writing January, we're debating turn the so-called shutdown. When of course, you know, ninety percent of government is still function. We've got a policy where. Ford ideas. Just fun beds on judges defined official drug interdiction stopping. It wasn't just about the wall. The facts. When you need fending for that, we know patrolling or digital tools order when you're Valence cameras. Democrats don't care. They don't care about the migrant today who's going to bring on the journey through Mexico, a little girl or woman because they want to have their political opportunity, and I'm sticking damn tired of it because they're a real human Jordan endanger, whether they're migrants or whether they're American Jared Barca's in San Antonio got murdered last year by illegal immigrant is wonderful mother who lost her son because it was caught caught. Well, we believe that's what we're dealing with because we've dealt with sanctuary city typology San Antonio. And it needs to stop. We're thinking with Representative chip ROY representing the twenty first district in Texas. Congressman ROY the Democrats have also been putting another front. They want to push Medicare for all main every democratic twenty twenty contender has embraced Medicare for. Although many of them are also backing off of it saying they need incremental steps. I'm old enough. Remember when they suggested ObamaCare was not an incremental step toward Medica Medicare for all. It was the final stop on the train. Now, they're suggesting they want Medicare for all. How do you see that playing out in the house? Well. Shit that we know that Medicare is absolutely the ultimate goal. In fact, they want to go further they want one hundred percent universal coverage, you know, top to bottom, and that was what ObamaCare is designed to do that. It would be the private market, and it would make it twice would go up. And if it solution would be universal flags Medicare for all we know that it would cost upwards of thirty to forty trillion dollars by studies being performed five nonpartisan entity, we know that we have twenty two trillion dollars debt right now racking up one hundred million dollars that per hour every single day twenty four hours a day. We know that that is an unsustainable path. They're doing it to pander to a group of you know, younger voter believe that there's there's nothing to it that we can't afford and it completely wrong. They're blowing up the private market. They're interfering would be -bility for you. And I are family kit to get Dr choice when we can solve the problem. Republican stop playing on their field. Stop giving into the man talking about three. Condition which were created by government when we had waves control and the businesses started owning your insurance that a fuel midnight sun, and when Medicare and Medicaid started interfering with the market was badly personal rates. And when we started messing with the insurance rate through I'm a kid. That's what blew up the system. People unable to have insurance with racist edition, and it's still less than five percent of the overall market. We need to get back to direct primary care we need to make sure we have helped sharing ministry health savings accounts and portable catastrophic and mid one thousand five hundred forty market provided healthcare, that's what we need to go. The Representative chip right represented, right? Final question for you. Look at the twenty twenty democratic contenders. Who do you think is the biggest threat to President Trump? And who do you think is most likely to win the nomination just looking at that field right now? Oh, gosh. I, you know, I always hard to get that prediction business. I will tell you that. I think that you know, camel hair is a former. Someone that I think get out at articulate a message in a way better than I think a lot of the opponent. There's somebody keep an eye on and look where he's Sanders has this strange appeal to a youthful race despite being Canarian who's a multi-million though. About the benefits social, but he's polling. Well, he is currently only most folks it's the head of fighting. And I look I think that there's this kind of crazy hundred for this this personal mantra that I gotta keep an eye on. So I don't know how to predict it all I know is this the president each have a message that is about opportunity about economic growth and freedom and all that is great about it. And make sure when the next generation of Americans. That's not what he's love to send full back that all of our countries. Let's have been chip ROY Representative in twenty first district Texas ship. Thanks so much for stopping by. Appreciate your time. Thank you keep coming up in just a minute. We'll talk about the twenty twenty rays beta Aurora humiliating himself in a pretty dramatic way. But first when President Trump says that America is not going to be a socialist country. I certainly hope he's right. I know you hope that too. That's why it's so troubling that a proposal from the department of health and human services moves us in the wrong direction. International drug pricing index would adopt socialist price controls set by foreign countries today. Americans get access to cutting edge therapies for diseases like cancer, nearly two years. Before other countries and the future holds tremendous promise for fighting diseases like Alzheimer's and MS, he HHS proposal would cripple America's world leading medical innovation. We have fewer new cures they'd be harder to obtain. We should control costs, but we should.

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"ministry health" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"ministry health" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news, Washington on Giles Snyder, US and North Korean officials are busy today nailing down the agenda in the final hours before the summit between President Trump and Kim Jong on impairs, Anthony, Kuhn is in Singapore, which is hosting the summit. President Trump will meet chairman, Kim Jong UN Tuesday morning at nine AM local time on Singapore's Santosa island US, North Korean officials are holding. Last minute talks to hammer out details. Neither side is released detailed schedule, but US officials have suggested that the format could be flexible and could stretch into a second day secretary of state. Mike Pompeo spoke to reporters a short time ago saying that any relief from sanctions will only come after it's been verified that North Korea has eliminated its nuclear weapons. He also said the US is prepared to provide North Korea with what he said was sufficient certainty. Denuclearization is not something that ends badly, but we do the Vatican were. Oh, Francis has accepted the resignations of three Chilean bishops, including Bishop on Powell's who's at the center of Chile's clerical sex abuse scandal victims had accused borrow of witnessing the abuse, but doing nothing to stop it in the pope, appointed him Bishop of ozone over objections, Josh. Well, machoism Vatican correspondent with the national Catholic reporter. He spoke to morning edition by Skype. The pope wrote a letter to the San Catholic church emitting heated made serious mistakes called all the country's bishops to Rome met with them wherein they presented him with the resignations were waiting to see what he does with the rest of those resignations and the pope had two meetings with abuse victims in at the Vatican it's really been an extraordinary few months here for Francis. Francis says named temporary leaders of each of the three diocese. A suicide bombing in Kabul has killed twelve people. The bomber detonated his explosives outside of government, ministry health officials, say more than twenty five others wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from his Lama bought a bummer. Pantley targeted employees who exiting the government building a spokesman said men, women and children were among the victims. The attack comes ahead of a ceasefire declared by the government that eight day long ceasefire with the Taliban is meant to begin on Tuesday, it seen as goodwill measure that might lead to badly needed. Peace talks in Afghanistan, but there are other militant groups in the country most notably, ISIS, which often strikes off gone civilians in the capital where it gets the most attention DEA Dade NPR news, Islamabad, or calls in Europe for Italy and Malta too quickly work out where a ship carrying more than six hundred rescued. African migrants should dock a spokesman for the European Commission says the priority should be on a swift resolution and that Italy Malta are obligated to cooperate. Germany's governments as all involved. Do Justice to their humanitarian responsibility. Maltin Italy's new populist governments in the middle of diplomatic standoff. You're listening to NPR news. In Baghdad a fire broke out at a warehouse holding election ballots. Ballots are supposed to be included in a manual vote recount that was ordered following last month's disputed parliamentary elections NPR's Jane raff reports fire swept through a compound holding electronic ballot counting machines, and the ballot boxes with votes for more than half of Baghdad Iraq's interior ministry says firefighters managed to contain the blaze before it spread to wear hoses on the compound where most of the ballots were stored parliament last week, ordered a manual recount of all ballots cast in Iraq in parliamentary elections. After evidence of widespread fraud votes cast outside the country were declared, invalid. The fire is being investigated. As suspicious. Jane Arraf NPR news, Amman Iraqi cleric. Mcdonell solder is calling on Iraqis to stop fighting for power. He's calling on the country to unite instead of burning ballot boxes and seeking. Repeat of the election that his political bloc one last night's Tony awards Abaunza visit won for best new musical. The show is based on two thousand seven as Rayleigh film about a group of musicians from Egypt and police orchestra, stranded in a smallest Rayleigh town. It also won Tonys for actor Tony, shalhoub, and Katrina Lenk and all the band's visit one, ten, Tony awards. Harry Potter and the curse child one six Tonys including best play ahead of the opening bell on Wall Street, global financial markets, mostly higher in Europe. The markets are being boosted by comments from Italy that Italy remains committed to the single currency. This is NPR news.

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"ministry health" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Maybe the spa industry could be complementary to while the industry's hospitality might be an obvious one as the vast majority of foreign five star hotels around the world these days we'll have the spot in some countries this is actually exactly what's happened spas full in under the auspices of the ministry of tourism which also sees the hotel industry and such a structure can work up to a point but for most hotels spas although required feature really represent such a big part of the overall revenues and certainly not they profits and as such spas adjust again not a great big focus area one scenario in which spas ken jostle for some more attention is the tourism ministry is trying to leverage spas as a key element of the overall tourism marketing strategy countries like thailand for example a wellknown as distant actions for great spar experiences so being overseen by the ministry of tourism in thailand may well be great place for the spy industry to be conversely in a country like a strata which usually promotes the great outdoors in the abundance of unique flora and fauna in this scenario spas not really gonna get much focus as part of the tourism ministry health is of course obvious complimentary area despise a potential home for us in terms of regulations and oversight perhaps in many ways it's probably much bit of fit than hospitality because don't forget there's lots of day spas in major markets around the world to and these would have no natural place under the ministry of tourism unlike their hotel spot cousins health ministries are of course big departments with big budgets thought they also have lots of demands placed on them if the health ministry gets the drug approval system wrong people die it's that serious and the siamese they get the public hospital system.

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"ministry health" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ministry health" Discussed on Are You Real

"Fox election before we even hits the recording faced so i'm writing for other people right now which i joined that like that's that's union so i think a difference in that as you know taking the attention off yourself in putting it at more than others nothing to throw with others as a songwriter yeah i love that i want to talk about that a little bit too because you mentioned before is that you know the records deal aspect of it was something that you were not all that interesting but when this publishing opportunity came that it was something you're you're ready to jump on tell me tell our audience what it is about the songwriting aspect of your career that when the production part of your career that has so much more interesting you as an artist thing you know being an artist on a platform or or on a record level of doing stuff you know touring and that sort of thing why is it at this point in your life that the publishing aspect of this and the songwriting ask that is just so intriguing you wh what is taking precedence in your life from that perspective for me i see this in mind genre in producing worship and in ccm music i the extension of beating a worship pasture extends over did that role as well so the past auriol had that i get to where on sunday morning you know leaving you know five hundred people here gateway franklin every week i don't take that had off just because i'm sitting behind the consul or if it's shooter making music what's more important to me i will always gonna make great art make re music in right great songs whether it's for the church of four you know like the ccm pop that's that's i love that aspect of it but more than anything i look foreing into the artis that i get to work with our relational side of things so you know like i said i'm still wearing that pastoral hat and even though i'm the i'm sitting in front on some studio monitors and and we're making music i'm more concerned about you know have held them watch their ministry health and then you know further their ministry as as an artist throws of worship leaders so that's really the draw for me i think that goes back to you know.

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