23 Burst results for "ONC"

What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

Ask The Health Expert

01:44 min | 1 year ago

What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

"So here's thing triglycerides. It's probably not fat issue unless you're eating inflammatory damaged fats. So if you're if you're getting a lot of those Vegetable oil omega sixes for small. Stop it stop. that process. Food in those process oils The only oils. You really wanna look out. There are doing extra virgin olive oil and a clean avocado oil place. Those but really where we want to focus really wanna hit it. Hard is with sugar. And this is why i wrote the sugar impact. Die when i wrote the virgin diet. The number one question. I got asked sugar and seem like people are either confused about sugar like it's honey. It's natural i can eat it. Or they were controlled by just couldn't quit and one of the things we know with sugar and especially fructose in all unpack. This is that it will raise your triglycerides especially fructose. You've got a couple of things going on here because you said my triglycerides are and we're gonna address some things that can help get that back in the normal range and you're borderline diabetic your hemoglobin. Onc- us borderline diabetic. So this means that you are insulin. Resistance right you're insulin's no longer responding well to get your blood sugar back into check and you also have elevated triglycerides so really. What we want to do is start with the foundation of a diet that is going to be super blood. Sugar bounce will help balance your blood sugar and restore your insulin sensitivity. There's some supplements and lifestyle that can help there too right and when you do that that she'll pull your triglycerides back into normal range all right so let's go through. What all that means that you need to

"onc" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Bio Report

"A massive problem for the healthcare system and the scale of that problem looms large because it's growing very very rapidly along with the obesity epidemic. There are about thirty million people with type two diabetes in the united states this year. Twenty twenty one there are going to be approximately fifty million people. The disease in the next fifteen years in the us alone. How well controlled this condition with existing therapies. There are nearly sixty drugs that have been approved to lower blood. Sugar for people with type two diabetes across a range of different classes but more than half of the people with the condition still are not getting good control of their disease and that's measured by a blood sugar measurement called hemoglobin onc- so more than fifty percent of people with type two diabetes have hemoglobin. Anc that is above the normal or acceptable range. Despite all of these drug therapies are available..

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A Procedural Therapy Seeks to Address Type 2 Diabetes

The Bio Report

01:27 min | 1 year ago

A Procedural Therapy Seeks to Address Type 2 Diabetes

"Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much happy to be. Here we're gonna talk about diabetes your company facto and its efforts to develop a therapeutic procedure to treat the condition. Let's start with type two diabetes. How big a medical problem does it represent today. Type two diabetes. A massive problem for the healthcare system and the scale of that problem looms large because it's growing very very rapidly along with the obesity epidemic. There are about thirty million people with type two diabetes in the united states this year. Twenty twenty one there are going to be approximately fifty million people. The disease in the next fifteen years in the us alone. How well controlled this condition with existing therapies. There are nearly sixty drugs that have been approved to lower blood. Sugar for people with type two diabetes across a range of different classes but more than half of the people with the condition still are not getting good control of their disease and that's measured by a blood sugar measurement called hemoglobin onc- so more than fifty percent of people with type two diabetes have hemoglobin. Anc that is above the normal or acceptable range. Despite all of these drug therapies are available.

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"onc" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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"onc" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

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Here’s how to register for a coronavirus vaccine waitlist in the Houston area

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Here’s how to register for a coronavirus vaccine waitlist in the Houston area

"The state health department says people between the ages of fifty and sixty five have been elevated into what they're calling group onc- of the state's distribution plan harris county. Judge lena hidalgo is encouraging qualifying. People to sign up on the county's waitlist page at ready harris dot. Org remember election is randomized. It's not first come first serve but we're getting through those vaccines and of course we're going to keep pushing the state and the federal partners to send us more vaccines. Judge hidalgo says just under ten percent of harris county residents have been vaccinated and the goal is at least seventy percent. That's one reason why top medical leaders in houston say. It's too early to tell if enough people have been vaccinated to significantly stem the spread of covid nineteen

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"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"It's dispersed right. Cardiology may have a full-time person doing it. And you know and appointments in oncology delayed a week because they don't have the images they need to schedule. An appointment doesn't affect my budget. If i'm running t department and a passenger station right your it. All my budget goes up. And i may not get credit for that or appreciated so part of this issue. Unfortunately in some parts of the industry are that You know the cost of this Of these cds both in delays in scheduling in effects on revenue and impacts of patient care is Dispersed but the actual cost from a technology point of view isn't and it's not a lie to that misalignment then takes more time right for organizations to get their hands around it understand it and then you know push forward Another issue here that has contributed to it is the is bit of a priority because again see Ability consequence managed. Cds might not be mine right in the technology world here but you know what is the ability to implement a brand new. Hr across the system or problems that have in revenue cycle management technology. They're billing issues. I have is so those issues. Tend to be a bigger much more impactful. Sometimes hundreds of millions of dollars to salt and they get the priority in attention where the interoperability around imaging might fall. Its party list or ten or fifteen and so year year get slightly less attention. It takes a lot more effort right to get people to rasool it across the board. I mean having said that you know. I mean so even like with our company today we nevertheless we still have thirteen thousand facilities in. Us you know who large digital and do transfer dot com And knowing we're doing that every month for twelve to fifteen million patients that are being referred around within the united states so it's being addressed at scale but nevertheless still you know more than fifty percent. All engineering is still a cd. So there's a long way we still have to go For those reasons watterson compliant alternatives to cd roms at this point so i mean quite quite frankly. There's a number of companies that operate in operate in the space that offer software solutions. That will connect directly to your packs very sophisticated. You know either integrations into your existing. Hr right which we do and all the major hr. So you don't have to modify your workflow or lots of other flexibility to basically work off your workstation to search on a patient acquire you know imaging push a button and transfer it to anywhere in the world that you wanted to stir. Surely though solutions against it really is a question of just applying them Again is the priority of the organization of what we found right at least at our company here during this year was especially early on when the pandemic was starting within its first surge since light images so heavily penetrated in large institutions and academic tertiary care centers in in all of the major metropolitan areas in the country. That's where covert hit and so our customers maturely affected right away out of the first wave and they recognize very early on that they really did need to be more interoperable for For imaging and we received a massive amount of requests to route ticket to connect into new delivery systems.

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"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"To pivot a little bit and talk about a specific area of data exchange when we talk about maybe getting behind given the need to streamline access to this information. It's actually surprising. That cd roms are still used as widely as they are healthcare to exchange data and images between providers and patients. Why is there still a reliance on this older technology. Great question mike and the when you when you look at some of the transfer exchange of sharing of medical imaging here in the country Despite the fact that the technology has to it existed right to digitize it and affect secure encrypted transport without any degradation of the data and that's existed for almost a decade and a half later in the category It's not a technology question in that it's not mature it is. It really is a couple of other drivers right. One is is now the inherent delaying adoption of new technology. By you know the delivery system right in folks continue to talk about the fact that we have you know fax machines out there. The next horrible things handled behind fax machines right is unfortunately. Cd's here for you know imaging so as a practice. That's what they always did. That's they continue to do. That's their internal policies are set up to do In many regardless of people's hold on john's to do and so you know evolving out of that in a practice requires a diligence and attention in and sometimes it just. It just hasn't occurred quite frankly across the industry. The second kind of i think factor here again is a tolerance in the industry cornell interoperability. Cd roms damaging. Is you know plastic. Example of non air operability not only are there significant delays and go quiring them producing them in rain convinced the patients running around or mailing them around. Which is not as strong as it needs to be. You know generally somewhere around twelve ish percent of all medical imaging..

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"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"We're going to tell everybody this is the you have to use. Do whatever you want side. You're on systems but ultimately have to be exposed data right using fire as a category of standard right and creating what are called. Eight is which are standard ways of kind of understanding data and being able to see it. You know access. It is very very big deal to work through that. At technology had mechanism. I hear so that industry knows going forward what they had to do most efficiently by the second. Was this kind of category of okay. Now that we are taking away industries barrier or excuse around the technology side at the house. Yes they have to go into it. We're not gonna argue about healthcare standards that were created new ways constantly. doing it at this stage was let's put in place Lean into a hager right at data blocking right for organizations that may for their own purposes or their business model purposes or lack of priority right. They just don't give data to patients. I hear and ultimately in healthcare becoming more consumer oriented is a good thing in almost every other industry at drives quality up in costs down and so this meeting this needs consumerism. Easy have access to date and patients have to do that. So the own see basically said all right. Here's your technology to use a created right. The first minimum right data set of data so they basically said okay and these types of medical information. You have to be able to provide right so patient history. Demographics way of information basic imaging on cremation. I know sis pathology claimed costs cetera. You know it's not all types of healthier data and it's It's pretty much kind of the low hanging fruit that people know how to deal with most easily today. But it's a start. I said this is your common data standard and they send you to share with patients. And if you don't there will be a compliance and regulatory consequences here including in what could be very very substantial lines so industry start working towards back and move forward. So that's the owen. C has principally put in motion here and it applies to providers as we talk about here as you mentioned here but it also applies to healthcare. Insurers and payers have their own set of requirements that ultimately means you know as a subscriber a member of health plan You'll be able to you know relatively soon requests. Five years of your came in history A prime anything from their system so that should allow exposing the cost and what plans have paid for. Services here is going to be a big missing. Is bill big missing gap. We have for consumers to understand how to price shop and understand the consequences of their health. Care decisions now to the second one. Mike and i know who's hurrell relatively long answer but the urgency around. This is always been urgency a particularly this year..

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"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

The Hospital Finance Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on The Hospital Finance Podcast

"That will make it expensive and difficult for them to comply with these new rules to explain with these. New rules mean for providers and what they can do to optimize their capabilities while improving their bottom lines. I'm joined by matt mccullough president and ceo of life image matt. Welcome to the show. Thanks mike good to speak today. Matt we all know. Interoperability has been an issue for some time in healthcare. Can you give us an overview of the omc's new info blocking rules and why they are increasing the urgency around inter inter operability concerns. Sure absolutely so I i guess i would say non. Interoperability is actually been great concern in healthcare for long periods of time. Right at least this lying ed's bald in healthcare for the last thirty years or so And i think these challenges would recognize. Take you thirty seconds of history right. In the end of the obama administration. A bipartisan group of Congressman came together right to basically laid the foundation in place legislatively for Dealing with data blocking and non our operability in healthcare recognizing the real barriers to care and cost management of that Was driving across our healthcare system and that was picked up in the trump administration that continued in a bipartisan way to advance that legislation and moving into the regulatory process which resulted here in This in the opposite national coordinator rain. Don rucker promulgating. After a long period of collecting feedback in the industry. A set of rules. That really put in place new requirements For the industry dinners drive a better transparency and data better access to data and it had just a couple of component that are important hair right one was it Really leaned heavily into the technology. Sector establishing right what healthcare technology standards would need to be deployed in order to ensure that. We're all as vendors rights starting to that. We have the ability to talk to each other and to work together because when we talk about healthcare standards right there so many data standards are so many days standards in health care that our problem is not that we don't have you know any standard. It's that we have so many. And so every manufacturer software company right creates their own mechanism of understanding and storing and sharing data. And if he doesn't match with what another vendor used boom it's not interoperable and you can't see it and access it like in the old days right where you know. He used mac. You used a mac and you could share your spreadsheets with somebody that used a Ibm machinist an example on they became more interoperable help curious evolving into that space so they won't see leaned into the standard said all right..

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"onc" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"onc" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

"Now they now the back of the ship this. This may mean that bow of courses. Everyone knows that the stalls mandola is actually a video game. So you need that. Great tunnel chase scene for. The car does shoots in shoots and gooden gear again. One of them. What was his name x. Walls right he actually turned around and said stormtroopers can't shoot for tofte so should be so good to go me about this. The f. side was the The lieutenant here's like hires the which surely the dos should be. Clary store ready should which one audible awesome. Yeah well they were cropping himself. The main reason that the empire is having all of these problems on boarding that ships. It's because i've gone every dole policy. Ooh yeah the they say the opt guy in the old. He's like hiding 'cause monthly bills. And did you notice. Stormtrooper looked over the dead one in so kicked him. Hey just flesh. Food guys playing dead. The thing is depending on the character. Depends how deadly shelties here in gaza lightsaber to the ice five. A still shot wounds as data these dead fin also go spine open as well. Get that right book. What got me was when he tells his commanding officer who trapped in the control center in the in the control room. Control room you are. They could fly out the pack. We have in chapter. Drop them where the cargo control area where this before. The commando has spoken to moss. Gideon boys after it was that put once once they were blasted out and he shouted down to come in command. She goes oh econ. Hey right now. Yeah yeah okay. So then. the contacts Muff gideon and of course you could you see marketing on. The back of the head dona is little hologram and he tells he tells guy that's our you know what today. What is captain. Another pirate hijack. Were you able to eliminate them. No we need backup immediately. Are these the same. Pirates that have attacked our other vessels. They appear to be sir how far they go. They've breached the cargo. Hold and taking everything but the bridge. We require immediate backup if they've taken that much of the ship. I'm afraid that's no longer an option. You know what to do long live the live the empire empire. Yeah longley the empire today right just two pilots they like look at aol. Don fo- soy for them too because it was like thing we're in the game so he decides to suicide the ship and he and he kills them to pilot suicides ship but decides to pick in onc that gives them onto lawrence a tiny bit. More time yeah not direct down a nice slant of a degree angle and seven. Yeah ninety yeah. And i love our one of the mando's can actually tau. The exact minutes have gone or was fate. They go on these feats at fate. Yeah ten thousand and then storming the cockpit and what happens then. Well day migos cover me little explosives. A run for it gets shot. Makeup of his plots are out thinking people shoot in between the army unanimity do pretty creepy to use machine. They did have machine. The did have a pulse rifle izzo and of course he blow up is good and he actually went down saw. Oh he asked me shop but it was like. It's okay especially when joe. Becker and then the gates of the cockpit and that guy who played the imperial captain touches. Well liver thing. That's his name. He played a carrots. Cool bosh for amazon prime studios. Yeah and he was also in a trance. Full misfield where somebody.

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"onc" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"onc" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Through quickly an alternative to listen your products and Amazon. What it loaded question Doug. I'm I'm assuming you're GONNA say yes, but I want to hear what you have to say. Look through our mission is to help these awesome. Digitally Native Challenger brands fell more right, right become more empowered and own their customer. We really think that's important and really cool. We're Super Botin so by just virtue of our mission. Know. We want these brands to own the relationship in own a customer. You could say that we might be an additional nice channel to Amazon rate because damage. Own going to own that customer for you and Amazon's an incredibly powerful and great marketplace I would say be there, but a lot of so one major risk I see right now of courses and everyone knows this, but brands are just way overly dependent on Amazon radio. They don't own their customer Amazon as I know, and that's all well and good till they start popping up competitive products ears underpricing you putting you out of business. and. That's what I was thinking that suggesting that's the there's only one way, but you know being on their relationship, not only the only ship. They will often you know. Get into that business if you provide enough data showing an. They're like Hey, look this I've identified this huge market so. Yeah, that's right for this new new grasshopper protein powder, so hey, guess what now there's four. The brands show up. To compete with you. Yep, exactly, and we will never do that. That is not in our roadmap ever like we don't want to be in the business of popping up brands that compete with our merchants. That's insane. Yeah definitely not. So! Can you share with us? Some of how people qualify like what are the main things that you're looking for when you know you're considering taking a brand, or if you're working with an agency I'm guessing they're kind of pre-vetting. Their pre-vetting clients and the ONC- probably a little bit easier process on your side. Yeah it is actually one of our main Certainly one of our main kind of adoption channels is through agencies, but we with top brands directly, and what makes crate brand for quickly and vice versa. What makes quickly? A great fit for a brand is a brand who is you know getting over thirty thousand sight hits a month worth thirty thousand dollars a month. We just need those data points to do anything for you. purely for the data piece. Then we wanna see we work with brands that are You know ideally fast-growing obviously, but early WANNA be right who wanted to get aggressive and get in there and grow fast. And we WANNA work with brands, typically the fall into those forty eight categories that we talked about. Really that's almost any like normal ecommerce product where we can't help. Brands is again if they're B. to B., or honestly, if they are in certain just like whom no categories, we can't touch weapons. We can't touch on. You know I don't know really political groups. We don't touch. Plazas I just wrote down. Maybe overlooking. Looking at my notes I just wrote a Schnauzer that with any restrictions and I was thinking I'm assuming that all the no brands. I mean so. There's a bunch that I don't need to mention. But I was thinking more things like CBD. That's that's off limits for for for Google facebook all the social platforms and as a number of products that are so You guys open for business for those types of brands and the answer is yes, and no It's kind of an annoying Two sided answer which I know that the CDC brands get all the time. We can work with them, and we can't work with others. So if it's hemp derived, we can usually work crew if it is a very, let's say pot centric branding where you have the finally marijuana plant. Inner Very poor twenty. Shall we say? Can't and the reason is because that visual alone will flag it with our partners. And they're not into it, so we have incredible company called Sagely naturals, which is just great. If exploded the last year there in Walgreens and CVS now My girlfriend started this company, and we work well with them in their CD product, so it just depends. Well, that's really cool. So where do you get pushback in the industry? Sounds to me like you have created a category and you're gonNA disrupt some people. So, what sort of pushback you're getting as you guys are growing your own business. Yeah, I mean. Certainly there is the. Piece about not being able to work with tiny tiny brands, just literally and physically not able to its data constraint that we can't have anything. We can't have an impact on right. Currently so we get some flack for like not wanting to support the really tiny brands, and that's just you know we'd love to. We don't have a strong enough machine learning model yet, but maybe in the future we will, so that's the first piece. In terms of like other platforms kind of looking Niskanen. What we're up to you know we've certainly had a lot of the big players. Come calling being like wait. How are you doing this? What are you doing but I think for the most part our position is very much. Yes, and meaning, we want to be additive where new channel we don't want you to necessarily cut your other marketing spin. If it's working for you, we just offer a new risk free additional.

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How Countries are Using Apps to Track the Coronavirus

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:39 min | 2 years ago

How Countries are Using Apps to Track the Coronavirus

"Governments worldwide involved in developing their own APPS TO CHUCK CORONA virus. Most of these rely on some source of tracking albeit anonymously but the speed and the lack of regulation surrounding. This new technology means that critics are accusing. Governments are creating surveillance networks. How will these be regulated? Howlett stand place. While I'm joined now by Josh Kohl's WHO's a researcher at the University of Oxford Internet Institute? Good morning to you josh. All the types of APPs being developed at state level. Well the main focus of the government's creasing opposite moment seems to be around this idea of tracking and tracing contact between potentially infected people Using the small things which go so many of us carry around in our pockets these days and that is potentially a really powerful tool But as you suggest it does raise a whole host of privacy and security concerns in addition to the Kiowa questions around how effective such can actually be an intensive actually developing ups. Shouldn't this be the work of big companies? I mean all we essentially saying government and tech swap places. It's it's a very interesting time. In in that respect it is a sense in which we may be seeing companies acting as protectors the Coleman goods in certain sentences at least in respect to creating Privacy protecting apps like apple and Google have recently done Working together on the F. Whereas government seemed to be taken quite a cavalier approach just here in the UK recent report suggests that the NHS is in a standoff with Apple and Google. Because they want the they used to have slightly more power Slightly less protect uses rights in order to try the disease as effectively as possible so we have seen a really interesting switching places. Where Tech as adult to this a perch of. Let's work together for the common good And then You know the other hand you governments who while you're doing it kind of Moose also break things. Although the reason for that. I'll pretty understandable. I mean it would have been unheard of but pre virus for for apple and Google to work together in this way. Wouldn't it? I think I think it would have been yeah. We certainly saw quite fist rivalry between the two companies which has now been temporarily set aside because we should stay too much the the differences between the two Sectors at the moment I mean one hand we have government sweating for obvious reasons to To try and spread of diseases quickest possible to protect people's lives and livelihoods and tech companies will oversee returned to that role as a Cheaply or into tools profit making Onc- crisis passes But it is interesting to compare the approaches to see how similar in some ways governments f. It's the moment of me for example. I mentioned effectiveness earlier around these contact. Tracing APPS experts. Think that at least you know. Folk upset maybe. Sixty eight percent of population needs to use the particular APP for it. Touched have any effectiveness and not kind of interestingly mirrors the the approach taken by tech companies in recent years to gaining market share in social networking. Can we see in a facebook and Google another battling it out for supremacy in that because they to realize that in peacetime if he will have the greatest? Sheriff people on the network is the most important thing so clearly some of the some of the techniques used governments. Now a quite similar to those used by tech Just a few years ago Philip. C V very different purposes. But of course all those companies are meant to abide by strict rules on security and privacy. We've seen so many rouser about facebook and an and other a big groups affected by this. These concerns seem to have fallen by the wayside somewhat during the crisis. Certainly as far as the government's concerned they do I think. Embarrassed countries As a state in quite a cavalier approach and And yes certainly. In the areas of privacy anonymity on consents They're all some serious. Chris being raised about various. Hsa Australia's got them for. Example is facing questions around. Its contact. Tracing out on whether it will be open unable available scrutiny by outside groups a particular danger As we think about government's role in this is that after the crisis Towards the end of the crisis these tools could be extremely. He's who for things like law enforcement and just as today we might be trying to trace contacts between people who have the disease tomorrow it might be trading of people suspected of crimes secluded as a A big incentive Or big importance associated with government setting out very clearly Not just How long these tools will be in use but also what the uses will be. I mean we know that China has made great strides and controlling the virus. But this kind of surveillance that you're describing been commonplace there for some time and I wonder about the relationship there between big tech and government. Can you in fact separate the two when you when you look at China? It's certainly much founded to do The the role that many of the Chinese big tech companies have in relation to the government is Sonny close as than it is in the West while it has quite a few counter examples. I mean South Korea which is a democracy has also been using a British Felli invasive to track it citizens as well The big the big ability for governments courses. I have a lot of sense of state to another typical administrative data which they could potentially use to link up to Contact TRACING APP so although the common standards being deployed for example by apple and Google at the moment seems to be designed to be. Decentralized PROTECT USES ANONYMITY. Economists actually know who it is who's infected at Atlema large-scale When you do Co. Cross-reference this database with existing debt. You have about people where they live and so on and it does create a really powerful penalties. Can you could call it a full ability to track citizens across the country so whatever reason and just quickly before we go josh. How far are we off developing something like that for here in Britain I think then it just for like three quite far along the way. Senator Government is keen to get up and running very quickly. There is a bit of a standoff right now. Between and all the government agencies and apple and Google This previously protecting standard which may in practice limit the effectiveness of the. Nhs's up. So I think it will be a few weeks until we really see how that plays practice in with a up legal willing to rank the restrictions on the stood out people to plug out. They want to deploy

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"onc" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"onc" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"It's not uncommon after a couple years for the person to refinance into a conventional loan Conventional own and to drop PM. I once it makes sense so you WanNa make sure you understand up front and definitely work with a team of people that understand is moving parts and can help you identify future opportunities to go out there and refinanced. Cbs OF MONEY. And when it makes sense the grand scheme of real estate investing plans so did he buy down the interest rate. Yes he did. So unless the analyzer property for ONC- moves out so again I've got a couple screen shots here Joe spreadsheet and I always like to analyze the property for once. The person moves out because they always say this. Remember the whole idea of how Sakyno matting is to build a really good rental portfolio so our primary focus is to make sure this makes sense number one as a long term investment for that three five ten twenty years ago as a rental property and secondary doesn't make sense number wise. You know why you're living there for that one two years. So the spreadsheet shows four percent and that's just a display era that or display setting where it doesn't show that first decimal place so we actually did put three point five percent down. We have the mortgage insurance selected as monthly paid plugging the purchase price at two sixty nine acquisition costs about thirty six hundred dollars for all the closing cost appraisal point by down all that stuff a thousand five hundred forty dollars for the alone cost to Joe. Who did the Sloan? The down payment on this was only ninety. Four hundred dollars so when you actually take into account the seller credits. His initial investment was actually pretty much only what his downpayment was. Because those credits have to be obliged can't be applied towards reducing the purchase price but they can be applied towards buying the interest rate down other closing costs. And that's the reason why we bought the interest rate down because we need to use credits. If you don't use it you lose it so it's use it lose it situation. So they put their the interest rate at three point. Three seven five percent thirty year mortgage. Now we're estimating that winning moves out. It should rent for about seventeen hundred and fifty dollars a month now..

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Is college worth it?

Clark Howard Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Is college worth it?

"Want to talk to you about about something that came out recently. That is a very important counterpoint. To something I shared with you in November in November. I told you about how people are so down on college and saying that college is not worth it. That people should avoid going to college has been like a school of thought. Lately those bad pun and and so I gave stats how much more someone earns over a working lifetime with a four year college degree versus not having a four year college degree and this wasn't just comparing high school to a four year college degree. This was any level of education less than a four year college degree in the numbers. I share with you. Were gigantically different and I want to give a new counterpoint. That is really important to think about. And it was a study done in by the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis. You're not familiar. The Federal Reserve has branch banks around the country and they each have their their own staff so economists and their job is to see how economic conditions are in their area the country but then they'll do some of the various regional banks will do studies like this one on college and I've got a link at car dot com if you want some real meat on these bones about it but the thing was in the study. It didn't find that the case for college was a slam dunk onc if you borrowed a lot of money for college that when you look down the road people borrowed very heavily to go to college. End Up with a pretty measly net worth down the road because so much money that they make ends up up going to serve a student loan debt the interest and the principle of those loans. So what it convinces does me of even more. Is that going to the IT college and having to borrow huge amounts of money I need to do. It is not worth it that you know. If you're a long-time listener to me. You know that I went partially through undergraduate school on my own working full-time and going to college at night and then completely through graduate school doing that and keeping the costs down was essential to my education and I didn't go go to top tier schools and something that that snobs. We'll talk about and that's Oh. She went to a directional college or he went to a Directional College. Well I went to a Directional College Grad school and I got a great education that's when it has a distributor Western eastern southern northern South West area. Whatever with Blah Blah Blah state? Whatever so no that what really ultimately matters is the education you get and that when you graduate you're not burdened with the weight of all those student loans? I have not changed my opinion at all about the value of college education. But I stick to what I've said through the years and that is if you graduate from college with less than the amount of student loan debt compared to what you'll learn and the first year your honor job you're GonNa be fine head coach. Is that good. Let's say you anticipate your first year on a job. You'RE GONNA make thirty thousand dollars after you finish college or forty thousand or whatever based on your course of study or fifty. Whatever it is that that is is the ceiling on how much you borrow for school because when people get into trouble is when the amount of student loan debt they have is far in excess us of typical annual earnings for job? Because you can handle fine whittling down and paying off in a very reasonable period period years an amount equal to what you might earn when you first get out of school but you start getting double triple or more than that. Then you got big problems.

"onc" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

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"onc" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

10:00 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Good evening word nerds and welcome to another episode of the dictionary today. We have another guest reader except it's not another guest reader. It's the same guest reader as yesterday. It's Chris Reading the second quarter of page forty one <hes> you will hear his voice one more time <hes> in this <hes> short set of guest readers <hes> but he was very excited to do this <hes> so we will probably we have him back in the future right Chris. Take it away. Hello World nerds. I've been cautioned that I'm not to say good evening on this one. Because of course it might not be evening where you're listening on the Pug Kosta anytime any time of day. Hello it's Chris again from the U._K.. And there's a little chemistry fans out there for this episode <hes> because we we hitting the ammonium pretty hard <hes> sorry this this time <hes> we're we're straight in with the first of two versions of the word Amanite Amanite yet that's right. This is the common noun version of it. <hes> from new Latin literally a version of CORNU Ramona's the Horn of ammon seventeen fifty eight nece comes from any of a subclass. Ah Mon a day of extinct linked cephalopods especially abundant in the Mesozoic age the had flat spiral shows with the interior divided by Septa into chambers. I'm a night tick monistic. Those are the adjectival versions for those of you who love your extinct cephalopods see. I tried this by saying this great one for the chemists but really we've call into biology <hes> straightaway however for those those of you who love Your Bible Studies we also have amanite in its proper noun version with a capital a Dublin an I._T.. Emanate from the Hebrew am on to son of lot descendant move on so useful this usage comes from fifteen thirty a member of a Semitic people who in Old Testament tones lived east of the Jordan between the Japanese and the on on. And and we also have withy noun foam the normal form. I'm not we have the identical adjectival form Amanite you should you should you need dues. Variety of AMMONITES would work nerd. You go to Communicate Bureau of like Cornu M._O.. Knicks the Horn of among the shape with that <hes> is accessible. We were talking about just now. I remember NBA those times right next up. We have the word ammonium and standby is going to be a lot of this. This is now from new Latin via French ammonia eighteen eight an ion and h four will plus derived from ammonia by combination with hydrogen ion and knowning compounds as hopes that resembling properties the compounds of the Alkali metals got nothing next one ammonia carbonate night. This is another noun it's comes from around eighteen twenty nine and a mainly ammonium carbonate unsurprisingly his carbonate of of ammonium specifically the commercial mixture of the bicarbonate and cobb a mate used especially in smelling salts for you fainting heroines outlet next up. We have ammonium chloride. Guess where we're going. This is eighteen sixty nine on a white crystalline volatile salt and h four C. L. that is used in dry cells and as an expectant who'd also sal ammoniac next week is ammonium site run another now and it comes around eighteen eighty one. They loved their ammonium experiments in the late. Eighteen hundred is important. This is remembered and ammonium sign eight is an inorganic white crystalline salt and h foresee and that can be converted into organic urea. I'm sure that smells vile. <hes> next word word nuts is ammonium hydroxide found family favorite in eighteen ninety-nine this now it is a weekly basic compound and four H.. That is formed when ammonia dissolves in water and exists only in solution next word ammonium nitrate eighteen sixty nine this. is now is a colorless crystalline salt and h four and three Houston explosives and fertilizers and invented veterinary medicine so if you want to either Hail Poli animals or blow people up with a nail bomb. This is the choice for you next word ammonia phosphate. It's a noun it's from the eighteen eighties. It says eighteen eighty sorry phosphate of ammonium especially diammonium phosphate that tells us lots next up ammonium ammonium sulfate eighteen sixty nine a colorless crystalline salt and h four to S._O.. Full used chiefly as a fertilizer next word word note is amyloid this sounds from eighteen hundred eighty four and it is synonymous with Amanite <hes> so even be all he'd ending now. It's a noun and it's <hes> yeah it's another. It's another way of saying mets Azoic Komo night ammunition. This is now obscure French ammunition from Middle French altar of an alternative of munition. It's been extended from the cool word munition ignition in middle French surround sixteen o seven this on his first recorded it and it's I meaning the projectile so this meaning one eight sorry the projectiles with fuses propelling charges or primers fired from guns one be cartridges similar to above ONC- explosive military items brackets as Granado bombs second meaning and here we go into the metaphorical figurative interpretation mutation material for use in checking defending a position example ammunition for the defense lawyers blended ammunition Defense Lewis next one is an abbreviation and it's a m n capital kept ally location location and it's the abbreviation for 'em trump announcing that new drunk next one is Amnesia was new Latin from Greek Amnesia forgetfulness forgetfulness alternative for Amnesty now this what came around sixteen eighteen I recorded at first meeting is a loss of memory do usually to brain injury shock fatigue. League repression or illness second branding is a gap in one's memory. The third meaning is the selective overlooking or ignoring of events all acts that I'm not favorable or useful to one's purposes or position <unk> extended metaphorical meaning. We have a course Amnesia back in its adjectival nominal or knees ick <hes> to describe or label. Someone something who is in that state next would ease amnesty plural amnesties. I guess from Greek for forgetfulness fought a bunch of French woods. I mean Um to remember and this stems from fifteen eighty the active in authority as in a government <hes> by which pardon is granted to the two large group of individuals amnesty and we'll also use as I transferred to the next word we have is Amnio. This is a noun forming rural amnio. 's come through nineteen ninety-three links to everyone's favorite amniocentesis. I guess we are we going their word. That's right. amniocentesis is a noun paroles are amniocentesis sees it comes from boyfriend who knew Latin amion the on plus cintas puncture and so on and so forth from the Greek word to break <hes> this comes from nineteen fifty seven the surgical insertion of a hollow needle through the abdominal wall and into the uterus to obtain amniotic take fluid especially for the determination fetal sex or chromosomal abnormality amniocentesis a last word for this episode and thank you for your patience is amion plural informed with other. Am I am the owns or Omnia from this is interesting from the French new Latin French Greek coal from Amnon lamb who like the call pinball and call. That's fascinating second born was born in a call so this meaning one a thin membrane former closed sank about the embryos or fetuses of reptiles..

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"onc" Discussed on Insureblocks

Insureblocks

09:48 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on Insureblocks

"That's really what the institute's does the way that blockchain came onto our radio. Radar was through our existing research. Ironically, I was leading department known as enterprise enterprise, research, and our goal was to monitor market trends, provide some market insight, and an eight type research, and we came to see the market trend analysis, is that the industry's changing, if you look at the bureau of labor statistics employment projections, for example, they should at the industry will continue to undergo changes in positions. For example, careers related to data analytics are expected to expand over the next decade. But some traditional careers were expected to maybe be stagnant or navy, shrink. So we were keeping tabs on that. And wanted to ensure we were providing knowledge solutions that, you know, net market demand, be education or. Research and meanwhile, personal have been interested in crypto currency in blockchain since I heard about bitcoin, probably around on twenty eleven twenty twelve had been following it ever since I was really interested. I'm gonna conham the peach economist background. So I was really attracted the big point from Nikonov unexpected. And I didn't really see any tie with insurance area where I was working at the time until about twenty fifteen and right around this time I started going about smart contracts and emerging consortium in the banking space called artery. But it was apparent for me that there is an emerging needs to provide at least high level thought ship in this area in the insurance space. So we had some internal conversation out to about that at the institutes, and I had the pleasure of being able to provide some of that for the institutes, and we met met a lot of folks in the blockchain insurance space along the way learned it, awful lot. And then had some. Journal conversations about what we could do within the institutes, and from there. I made it recommendation twenty sixteen or senior management team to consider starting a blockchain consortium as I personally felt a not for profit was best physician or suited to provide the network for the insurance industry. And then one thing led to another lead a recommendation to the institute's board. The board is comprised about forty to fifty years that represent about sixty to seventy percent domestic insurance, premium volume that we have that network. And we educate over one hundred thousand students annually, just adding to that network. So it just made sense. So again, one thing led to another. And here we are today. Now, we're looking not only doing this in the PNC industry, but also starting up in, you know, Canada and working with women are friends from limited to start working groups in the life into new, he's areas. Well, so it's very exciting. I'm always amazed on how these stories you know how they start and how you one. Leading to another. We find ourselves in a very different place where we usually start it's great to hear. Last year. We had the pleasure of having Christopher mcdaniels CO, the wrist book aligns on intra blogs, and that time risk stream collaborative was called the wrist block line. So for our listeners, don't know, risks dream, collaborative could explain what it is. And why the change of name. Sure, so our perspective in person restraint our perspective is blockchain is really network been or distribute ledger in general is network driven. And while the technology provided to work on the pain points that play, you know, the risk management insurance industry. We feel a partisan arbiter is kinda needed to bring industry together to design to test Kampelman, and to eventually, hopefully adopted, not as you. So the restraint collaborative was brought forth through the institutes and is really designed to be that nectar. Where separate not for profit or Spivey onc-, six not for profit, and we've been working on distributed let solutions now for several years. Basically, our members pretty much lead every area of what we do. We have over forty members both on PNC and the Ellen sectors members are described as carriers to sugars brokers reenters. And again, they lead all areas of governments activity, for example, members work with staff to design use cases on behalf of the industry. Then work with Seth and service providers to build out associated applications. Gramma service providers Accenture in y for example, part of that, and these solution providers build out, help help us to build out the framework, but that framework is really designed by our members. So that's what the restraint collaborative is a high level. One of the reasons we started to look into alternative need was because while we done, you know, up until this point, most of our work was with blockchain technology. You know, quite frankly, are underlying platform that we're leveraging right now as Korda it, which, I think, you know, some could argue is isn't even really a blockchain is in strict, you ledger beyond that we have hoped for plugging in different technology in the future for members desire that, you know, like I o t hey, I and so we're looking into that sort of thing. And I know that you thoughts on that while he does well that, you know the industry's heading in that direction. So. Our thought is that, you know, we want to be pigeonholed into a Nin associated solely with blockchain despite the fact that we do think blockchain technology has, you know, great potential. I it's just that we, we wanted to make sure that we were positions appropriately within the market say. You know, we're not just technology. We're looking at industry-wide solutions. Yeah. No. That makes a lot of sense that I mean I completely agree with the approach because at the end of the day, you know, blockchain is platform, as like the plumbing, though, is it is an enabler for a lot of other things. Whether it's through the I t or any kind of other new Detroit formation technologies out there. So I think that makes a lot of sense now in February of this year, you also wrote a blog post entitled, examining the benefits of risk blocks proof of insurance. And I notice of loss cases what compelled you to write this article? Yeah. So. So one of the one of the reasons was we, we've been doing a lot of work in on these two applications for honestly, a couple of years now, we built L for concepts or proof of insurance. And I know of loss originally on Therion, and we were part of the, we were founding members the enterprise theory alliance, and then we think if you're really, really neat technology. So we started building out on both private and public Therion from there, we kinda move into a new realm where members are saying, you know, we're not quite comfortable with putting production data on a Syrian quite yet. And that kind of led us to court. So as this was all transitioning. We were working with our membership to define out the use case who set requirements and we were getting pretty granular in our approach. So in a sense that blog injury, you know, whereas particularly where the. The user journeys or provide some of the requirements are done high level overview that had been worked at it been ongoing for the past couple of years. And some of that was member generated what they felt were, you know, the best approach to solving some of the pain points within each of these cases in terms of the return on investment, or the benefits associated with use cases, this was a direct to ask from our advisory board. You know, it's obvious that there's gonna, you know, as we move closer to production. I it's, it's a big area of opportunity for us. Could provide more quantitative information to our members to define why these cases can be valuable from a business perspective and it's a little bit challenging to, you know, know that in advance when the use case hasn't been brought to production. So we chatted that through with our advisory board. And they said, no. Make us oceans. We need some sort of business case industry-wide. So it was a direct ask of our advisory board to, to produce something like that. And I have a feeling we're gonna see a lot more of these asks or these products coming for these are lion Alice's, because the I think the industry is requesting that, you know, if they are going to want to bring some of these use cases to production, they're gonna have to make that business case in turn only, and hope was that, that blog entry would provide a starting point for helping make that case. Yes. I mean, clearly agree there is a, a lot of demand for that kind of our rely model or need for some kind of real tangible numbers that can help directors and see ios make decisions on whether or not they need to invest on blockchain, which to be honest. The moment has not been a lot of articles written about. I was delighted to come across your blog posts, and in it, you mentioned you mentioned this quote, which.

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"onc" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Com. From the Fox Sports studios in Los Angeles. Is aglow and cry in the NBA playoffs Friday night, the Oklahoma City thunder defeated the Portland trailblazers one twenty two one oh eight in game three Portland. Still leads the series two games to one pass Cousy had a career high thirty Toronto's ninety eight ninety three victory at Orlando as the raptors took it two games to one lead. Boston three nothing on the Pacers one afford and Ninety-six victory at Indiana. Jalen Brown twenty three points eight out of nine from the field and four three pointers mistakenly Cup playoffs. Friday night, the Colorado Avalanche eliminated west number one seed Calgary in five games. Remember earlier in the postseason Columbus eliminated, east onc- Tampa Bay first time in Stanley Cup playoff history that the number one seeds in both conferences have gone out in the opening round of the playoffs. Fox news. I'm Karen accu- house. Democrats go into court determined to obtain the release of the complete unredacted Muller report. And that court battle may be coming sooner rather than later. How should issue committee chairman Jerry Nadler has issued a subpoena for the full Muller report, including all underlying records in evidence as well as the grand jury material by may first the Justice department has offered to allow congressional leaders to view some of the redacted material FOX's guarantee any President Trump's already tweeted about the report today calling it a hoax.

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"onc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer Central American families seeking asylum continued to stream across the southern border overwhelming federal agencies trying to process them as NPR's. John burnett. Reports officials said they apprehended more than a hundred thousand people last month. That's a thirty five percent increase from the previous month, the border crisis, is deepening. According to see BP as of this morning, the border patrol had more than ten thousand migrants in custody twice its capacity to hold him human rights advocates complain the holding sales are cold cramped Spartan and unsuitable for young children. A hundred large groups of immigrants have crossed in the past six months up from just thirteen the previous year customs and border protection says it has had to redeploy more than five hundred of its agents from the ports of entry to field stations to help process. The crush of families. This is led two hours long wait times at border crossings at Brownsville, El Paso. Oh tie Mesa. Onc- official told reporters it's all hands on deck. We can't keep pace John Burnett. NPR news Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says lawyers from treasury have spoken with the White House about the request by House Democrats to see President Trump's tax returns, here's NPR's Peter Overby, it's been four days since Democrat Richard Neal, chairman of the House Ways and means committee sent a letter to the IRS asking for the past six years of Trump's taxes appearing before a different house panel secretary Mnuchin said the administration was preparing for this event, even before Neal asked our legal department has had conversations prior to receiving the letter with the White House general counsel. Trump hasn't followed the recent presidential custom voluntarily disclosing tax returns, you'll made the request under a law that gives him into other committee chairs power to get the returns directly from the IRS. The law's written to the requests don't go through the. White House heater Overby NPR news, Washington, Maryland, man, accused of plotting and his law McStay inspired terror attack against an entertainment and retail complex in the Washington DC area appeared before federal judge today forties alleged that twenty-eight-year-old Wandel Henry stole a u haul truck with the intention of using it as a weapon against pedestrians. The attempt fizzled and resolved without bond attorney Robert her says the investigation continues this defendant appears to a form to plot to harm large numbers of innocent people and taken concrete steps to exit that plot whoever the defense attorney representing the defendant asked the judge to be skeptical of authority claims motorists can expect to pay a bit less to fill up at the pump this summer that's based on the latest forecast from the energy information administration. The body report today expects the average price for gas to be about two dollars and seventy six cents a gallon this summer cheaper than last year's on Wall Street, the Dow closed down one hundred ninety points. This is. Is NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Rockland county officials are coming up with new ways to combat the measles outbreak. Now that a judge temporarily overturned their emergency declaration last week county executive day says his office is appealing Friday's ruling which blocked the county's order banning unvaccinated children from visiting public places. He also said the county will soon issue orders requiring unvaccinated people who have been exposed to the measles virus to stay home for twenty one days, the entire incubation period of sees this light Mustang emergency, but his step could take quickly while we can wait on the legal appeal any violation of those orders will lead to significant finds day says his office is still working on specifics. Earlier today, New York City declared a public health emergency to combat a measles outbreak in Brooklyn. The city council has passed a Bill prohibiting employers from drug testing potential hires for marijuana according to advocates marijuana accounts for about half of all positive drug tests. The legislation includes several exceptions police officers professional drivers, and anyone who works with kids or medical patients public advocate money. William sponsored the building and says while the exceptions were necessary to get enough support. His goal is to get rid of them. We should be changing my want in my opinion between alcohol, so if no one is testing alkyl, I'm not sure why they testing for marijuana against offficial the council also passed a Bill that bans the department of probation from testing for marijuana. For the rest of tonight here in our.

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"onc" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

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"onc" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"onc" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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Apple Rumored To Be Replacing Intel With Its Own Chips

Mac OS Ken

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Apple Rumored To Be Replacing Intel With Its Own Chips

"This is mac os ken saving money on chips i fix it says you can't fix the new ipad and oppal pooches a brain builder it's wednesday the fourth of april twenty eighteen i'm ken ray and this is news from mac os ken brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by squarespace your place online start your free trial today at squarespace dot com slash meko west can use offer code moco west com for ten percent off your first purchase this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic find out more in that your support that patriot dot com slash mac os cam the rumor earlier this week that has apple making tone chips for the mac by the year twenty twenty has money people wondering what about the money angle for that we turn to cnbc which has bank of america merrill lynch saying turning to its own mug processors could save apple about half a billion dollars a year onc mohajane which sounds like a bad guy from a star wars movie but isn't that an analyst would be a merrill lynch says the insourcing of chips could benefit apple by not being dependent on intel's processors cycles by lowering the cost bill of materials by forty to fifty bucks and potentially streamlining and reducing our in spend is no goes on to say the benefit to apple would be two fold one aggregating development across iowa and mac os can help lower the overall cost of our in d by potentially combining development teams and potentially reducing time to market for new products and apps and to.

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