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"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Shortly, after the battle of Yorktown, Ray would receive a commission to become commander in Chief of North America. However because major combat operations ceased after Yorktown, he never actually took that command. Gray would continue to serve the British empire in the ongoing disputes with Revolutionary France. Because, he was not the first born he did not inherit his father's title. However, the king did grant him his own title as Baron Grey of. Hardwick. This gave gray peerage and a seat in the House of Lords. A. Few years later, the king bestowed upon him another title as the First Earl Grey. His son was also named Charles Gray and inherited the first earls wealth and title to become the second earl grey after the general's death in eighteen o seven. The second earl grey would go on to become prime minister of Great Britain. And not just any prime minister during his tenure he passed through format of eighteen, thirty two which reformed British electoral policies and greatly expanded the franchise within Britain. This act was largely credited with keeping Victorian England path of peace and prosperity during an era went democratic revolutions popped up all over the rest of Europe. Not, content with that single act grey also saw passage of the Slavery Abolition Act of Eighteen thirty, three ending slavery within the British Empire. For these and other accomplishments, earl grey is considered one of Britain's greatest prime ministers. Many of you probably know him best because he had a form of t that was named after him earl, grey. So. Whatever you think of General Gray's actions at the Paoli massacre, his family did go on to do some pretty amazing things. The PAOLI massacre though would always be general gray's legacy among the continentals and particularly General Anthony Wayne who really struggled to get over what happened that night. My Book Recommendation. This week is the battle of Paoli by Thomas Maguire. As you might guess from the title, The book focuses on the battle of Paoli itself. It's not a terribly long book at under three hundred pages total but gets into good coverage of the battle, and if you want those details which I admittedly never have enough time to cover in my podcast episodes, you WanNa read the book. I've recommended to other books that Maguire wrote one was called stop the revolution and another one just a few weeks ago called the Philadelphia. Campaign. His book about Paoli. His earlier books first published in two thousand. Maguire lives in the Philadelphia Area and teaches history. is as I said, if you want to read more about the Paoli massacre, you WanNa get Maguire's book the Battle of Paoli. If a book on the topic is too much. My online recommendation. This week is shorter article called the massacre of Paoli which was written for the battle centennial back in eighteen seventy seven. The article covers the battle in a fairly descriptive way in about twenty five pages. The remainder of the article is primary source letters and other documents about the battle. The article was first published in the Pennsylvania magazine of history biography. You can read it on Jay store although you have to register you read the whole article there. There's also a copy of it on. Archive Dot Org. which you can read without any registration requirements. I've added links to both versions of the article on my blog, which you can read it blog dot Amr podcast dot com. Well. That's all for this week. I hope you will join me again next week for another American Revolution podcast..
"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"With the continentals out of position, there was nothing to prevent the British from. Philadelphia. How crossed his army on the night of September twenty second and the morning of September twenty third. He marched his army to a camp in Norristown. which is a little less than twenty miles north west of Philadelphia. He was now between the continental army and the city. How spent the next day in camp neither attacking Washington's continentals nor into the city His army plundered and burned the homes of known rebels. Many locals fled with whatever they could carry but other locals greeted the army as liberators. A great number of area loyalists had remained silent for years for fear of incurring the wrath of Patriots. These families. Saw The British a saviors returning law and order to the region. The next day. The British marched to Germantown which is today part of the city of Philadelphia. But at the time was still a few miles outside the city limits. As you might guess from the name, most of the population of this area were German speaking colonists. Even. So the German speaking Hessian, soldiers found the local population rather hostile to them. Most of the inhabitants were members of a pacifist religious sect that had immigrated from the Palatine region of what is today Germany. They had hoped to escape the continual warfare of many of their neighbors including Hesse. Many of them saw this as a return of the military oppression that they had tried to leave behind in Europe. Because they were pacifists and most of them did not take up arms against the occupiers. But they also did not see them as liberators and met them with a cold hostility. General Hell Pause to see if the continentals would attempt some sort of desperate counter-attack to defend the city. When that did not happen how left the bulk of his army in Germantown about ten thousand soldiers. And deployed General Cornwallis to March into Philadelphia with about thirty five hundred men. On the morning of September twenty six Philadelphians saw the redcoats marched through their streets taking control of the city. Cornwallis. Led a triumphal march down second street turning West to March. Through town. Past Independence Hall where the rebels had declared independence just a year earlier. By his side was general Earth Sky along with several leading loyalists from the city. Joseph Galloway and two of the Allen Brothers from the family for whom Allentown is named. Governor John Penn probably would have liked to have joined them, but he was being held prisoner by the Patriots in New Jersey the conquering army received a rather muted response. The majority of Philadelphians had fled the city..
"paoli" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Added and those trying to surrender. In truth though the British did capture at least seventy or eighty prisoners. About half of whom were seriously wounded. Estimates of Americans killed range from about fifty three to one hundred twenty. Although that higher estimate, almost certainly include some wounded who died after the fact. The burnish reported only five killed and seven wounded among the attackers. During the attack on Wayne's division general. Two Thousand Marylanders were camped only about a mile away. They heard the battle as it erupted. Had they marched to the aid of Wayne's brigade? They would have outnumbered the British considerably. However. These were mostly inexperienced newly recruited soldiers. Instead of organizing a counterattack, most of them fled into the woods themselves never engaging with the enemy. Half of small woods forced deserted that night and returned home to Maryland the British considered the raid a great victory. General Grey got the nickname, Charles no flint's gray for his command to remove the flints from their guns before the battle. He would continue on in the war with his reputation enhanced and we'll hear more about his later exploits in future episodes. A, most of the surviving continentals were able to cross the river and join up with the rest of Washington's main force. General Wayne took much the blame for the loss. Several accusers including some of Wayne's officers accused Wayne. Deploy sufficient camp guards to warn of the attack. There was no time to hear these accusations for the next few weeks. But in October the army assembled a court martial to question whether Wayne was guilty of neglect of duty. Wayne's defense laid out that he was well aware of the possibility of an attack based on a civilian tip. He had increased pickets and taken other precautions. Wayne intern than accused of his subordinates and accusers, Colonel Richard Hampton of failing to react quickly enough to the attack and mount a proper defense. In the end, the court martial acquitted General Wayne and did not seek to pin blame for the success of the attack on anyone else. Having, dispatched the enemy in their rear the British prepared to advance once again. How move various divisions further up the Schuylkill river toward reading. From that movement, he could either attack the depot at reading or across the river further upstream and then descend on Washington's flag just as he had done at brandy wine. Washington was determined not to let that happen. He kept his own army moving upstream to confront the British wherever they attempted to cross. As Washington moved upstream to block house next movement. I'll simply turned his army around slipped back downstream and crossed the river at the fords that Washington had just abandoned. Only a few local militia. Fords. And they turned and ran at the first sight of the British advance..
"paoli" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Lack of a better word procedure and you have stability and those are two things that will flatten your cost curve so even if you're thirty or fifty or a hundred or five hundred or a thousand employees employee's you can do that? Not Everybody knows that but you can't yet it's a walmart in some of the bigger players and even the smallest players they can impact what you described. This is the supply chain of things and figuring out okay. How many steps does it take to get from this to this and he even in? I know this is an article that I read. I believe it was Becker's. You know where where Walmart had looked at you know opportunities to basically you know transport you know a patient to basically outside of the area to get care because even the cost of the transportation and at this other location to give Macaire was cheaper than it was closer and it's one of those things rigo wow that's amazing but that's that's how you can control costs so they work on a center of excellence model and for certain diagnoses. Oh sees they have some pretty big carrots and sticks to encourage people to go where they want them to go. They have carefully selected the highest quality he providers and they dictate everything what facility what physician what anesthesiologist anybody that touches a Walmart caper patient has been vetted and what they have found is they won control. All the cost and chew they avoid unnecessary surgeries and they get better outcomes because when somebody goes to their local provider and the local providers says oh you need your knee replaced that file is sent to the specialist that deals with knee replacements and he'll look at that file and say okay. Yes we need a knee replacement or you know what we should try this first and so they've avoided unnecessary surgeries stories and they've got one of the highest quality physicians in the country doing those surgeries when they are necessary and when you travel for the Walmart program you travel with a companion and all of the expenses for both parties are taken take care of so they're not only saving a significant amount of money. They're taking care of the employees and making sure that everything is okay again. It's preventing in that situation by having somebody vet that if that patient truly didn't need me surgery at that particular point you just save that patient a whole lot of recovery time which again is costly rehab all these other things where other things could help prevent it and I've seen it to even smaller communities my parents for example you know they live in a rural community or community in in Florida and they're moving to a larger metropolitan area <hes> much much to my brothers and my joy and happiness well case not to go a long story but where they live <hes> the only reason there was an uber driver. There's because he was visiting his parents were living there too because otherwise uber and lift left do not serve that area and it's a good hour and a half to two hours away from a major airport so so whenever I visited and you have to rent a car and now when I travel I rarely rent a car SAPPINGTON UBER ever as A. It saves me a ton of money. I'm sure you know the the rental car. Companies are feeling but while they can adapt or not <hes> but the I digress but it's a case of in that rural area they needed some healthcare both care at what they needed quite frankly really wasn't available to what their standards of of their own personal health care experience should be so they you know they went over towards Tampa <hes> to get the care. He knows a long commute form form but they got what they needed in the recovery time was much shorter than it would have been if they would have stayed where they were at and so it was one of those things where I think that that last experience that they had really drove home from the point of maybe we need to move at Yeah. The I think you do and again it's one of those things that with with healthcare <hes> very important it's crucial just and and and it's one of those things that I really hope that if the audience takes anything away from our conversation to I really want people to get a better understanding of the healthcare system and what's going on with it because as voters as as consumers you have a say in what the system can look like and it's it it works but it's got many many flaws it does and and I think that we forget sometimes that we are consumers and we have a choice you know we're ear pretty much in a system right now where the system dictates to us and as an individual that can be a little challenging and it's challenging for employers as well so what we always tell clients. Appliances that we don't let the market dictate to you we dictate to the market and that's how you get control when you do that. It just makes a big difference order some common things you're running into lately. When you're helping an organization <hes> try to get cost in everything else under control because I'm guessing you see a lot of challenges in the space when you go into an entity and figure out okay? There's a lot up to be done here. There is so I think it's important to take people where they are and and many employers even larger employers just think that there's nothing that they can do that. It is what it is. This is an operating operating cost and we're just going to manage it every year and it's not if you take it apart and you apply the same supply chain practices that you apply to every other part of your business you can actually make something predictable controllable controllable and valuable for your employees and most employers offer benefits package as a benefit to their employees. They don't realize that you know eighty percent of their group is functionally uninsured because they can't afford to go to the doctor her so you take a look where they are and then create a plan for them to get them. I into fiduciary contracts so that all of their partners are responsible to them. I cannot tell you how many contracts I have looked at where the P._M.. Owes the rebates and the discounts and all of the other buckets that they pull revenue from not to the employer but either the insurance company or to the T._p._a.. Hey that's not an appropriate contract and appropriate contract is that all excess revenue all third party revenue comes back to the employer. That is an appropriate contract. It is inappropriate contract that whoever is managing managing your claims manage claims make sure that they're not one hundred percent or ninety nine point nine percent auto adjudicated so you can catch a misdiagnosis. You can catch something that's being built three times before it gets paid because then the clawback doesn't necessarily come back to you that you can catch somebody that is starting to have a problem with an opioid that is one of the kind of hidden things in in all live. This mass with pharmacy is that doctors are in a hurry. They don't have as much time as they used to. They just prescribe and people are easily addicted to prescription painkillers. No it's the problem. The National Safety Council which is a worker's comp body has some data that eighty some percent of employers think that prescription drug use is a workers comp issue so you want to prevent that if you can you need had some stops in the road to identify when those things are happening but you need contracts that say that those vendors are responsible to you and not to each other that is the first place that you WanNa look and then you want to move into making making sure that your pharmacy benefit manager is giving you all the third party revenue making sure that care is appropriate that diagnoses are correct that you know you WanNa make sure that doctors get paid. I mean they yes. They want to help people but they have practices to run and they need to be paid as well as people so you can do that when you have somebody that manages your healthcare business unit because you have one even if you don't want you as the rest of your business runs. And I would say it takes one to three renewal cycles to truly get there so you need a plan and I think that would sa- crucial about that is to you know to map it out in in understand all the moving parts. That's going on in our system because what happens. Is You look at everything and as I I think I'd Lucia before people feel that they're out of control or they don't. They can't change anything which they can and even you oh a ten percent increase on on revenue and again skit important for physicians get paid especially while the compliance and things like that. I've talked with many physicians in the states and you know they're they're making less than they. They did a decade ago but there will more harder charter and you look at that and go okay. That's not sustainable. It's certainly not a good recruitment strategy for for people to enter the field and Dan we need more physicians and healthcare workers not less because our population is aging and in the area that I'm in you know in in Toronto the population over age sixty five is going to double in sixteen years. We're not too far behind you. Here and over ninety will triple <hes> while let's do the math for people that work in the healthcare system. Those are the ages tend to use the the most health count and and if we don't have healthcare workers <hes> in doctors to be able to address that we are going to have a significant issue so we need to figure out a way to <hes> to address this on a variety of fronts. I wish there was a magic pill rulebook. There's a so what I talk a lot with employers about aggregating the supply chain. Most people and most employers think that insurance company is this monolith breath that manages everything in their health plan. That isn't quite an accurate assessment. There are several parts to a health plan. You know there's the claims processing processing and plan management part. There is the sales and marketing program manager coordination part. There's the provider network there's reinsurance. There's kice meant medical case management pharmacy benefit manager. The insurance company doesn't own all those pieces generally and Insurance Company owns their third party administrator claims processing and they own their network and that's what they own they all have reinsurance because they don't take one hundred percent of the risk they pass a certain amount of the risk off to other reinsurance companies. That's called stop loss insurance. They don't generally do their own care management. They've hired an outside outside service to do that for them. Although an employer or an employee may not know that we all know what's going on with pharmacy in the United States that is never managed in house by an employee by an insurance company anymore <hes> optimal C._v._S. Care Market Express scripts have seventy percent of the market but then there are many other independent pharmacy benefit managers as well so as an employer you can take that model apart and recreate it to work for you you it is not as hard as people think it is. Yeah that's crucial for people to to recognize that so what is the best advice you can give to an organization <hes> that feels like they're drowning. With with all of these things that are going on in the system what you not that. There's one thing that they could do but what what what. What kind of hope can you give them a place to start right so you should always ask for your data data and you know insurance is regulated state by state so different states have different rules about what data you can get but you should always ask for your data and when you don't get it the next question should be? Why are you not giving giving it to me? It's your employees. It's your.
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In Paoli sponsored by your favorite local supermarket, a cherished relic. Dating back to the early days of the Republic is back in the hands of the Seneca. Tried respondent Keri shoemaker reports Washington gave the combination tobacco smoking pipe and weapon to corn. Planter the Seneca war chief as the United States negotiated the treaty of canon de Gua, the artifact was stolen in the nineteen forties from the state museum in Albany last year. An anonymous collector returned it to the museum who then decided to give it back to the Senecas. It is now on display at the Seneca. Iroquois national museum near buffalo. I'm carey. She maker. At ten twenty five money news on KYW Wall Street Friday, the Dow Jones picked up one hundred thirty nine points, the NASDAQ rose fifty eight and the s&p was up fourteen. More now from Jeff Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg this promises to be another tough year for many restaurants as margins are pressured by minimum wage hikes in twenty one states and the district of Columbia, the hospitality technology company. Harry did a survey for Bloomberg nine percent of operator said, they we're going to close a location and thirty four percent experiences. Spike in turnover senior restaurant analyst, Michael Halen. Bloomberg intelligence says restaurants are forced to cut workers hours as wages increase that increases the quit rate, and it's expensive to hire and train new workers to compensate for the higher labor costs. Seventy three percent of the operator surveyed racer menu prices and forty-one percent rework their menus to reduce costs. So that could mean smaller portion sizes, maybe a degradation of the quality automation, everything from robotic burger flippers to sell ordering systems will eventually help to lower overhead allow the restaurants really just can't afford to install a lot of this technology at this point. But as new systems are installed restaurants will cut. More jobs with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger. The man accused of murdering forty nine Muslims into New Zealand mosques is charged with murder..
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"All morning on the media Elwyn line Paoli, Thorndale line, and some other lines that we've been hearing that two full trains bypass stations on the Paoli Thorndale line. One writer told us she'd been waiting for an hour and watch two trains go by we spoke with sept- assistant general manager of operations Scott sour who says the transit agency made the decision for a modified schedule based on the forecast last evening trains, not only run through the city Philadelphia. But also this. Surrounding suburbs, which as a four or five o'clock yesterday afternoon, we're still calling for upwards of sixty eight inches, but for many the snow was not an impediment to the morning commute and septa. So many many more riders show up at the rail platforms than they anticipated sour says as soon as they saw the riders would swelling. They put out more trains, but for some it was still frustrating to watch trains pass by one regular rider told us he was waiting for nearly two hours for a train on the Lansdale doylestown line and finally decided to abandon the commute and work from home for the day. Carol septa sour says they're going to put out additional trains for the afternoon and evening commute. All right. Thanks, mark. It's nine thirty six devastating weather down south tornadoes killed twenty three people in Lee county, Alabama. There are some juveniles involved in the situation adults as well. That's sheriff Jay Jones. He says they will stay focused on search and rescue this morning. Jones described the storm as catastrophic said, it looks like somebody just scraped the ground with a knife. Here's correspondent Clayton Neville one. Storm close to the state line west of Columbus. Proved deadly Lee county, Alabama coroner Bill Harris says one twister left a trail of destruction little area, south.
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Cape May. Radio dot com station as many shrug off the little bit of snow that fell all eyes are on the snow ice and dropping temperatures this weekend. I'm Tim Jimenez in Paoli. A jury has convicted Joshua Huppert hurts of murdering a temple student. The judge said the level of brutality was shocking and sentenced him to mandatory life without parole. President Trump reportedly told his former lawyer to lie to congress about at Trump Tower project in Moscow sports, the Sixers blow out the Pacers. It is cloudy and thirty two degrees. Going up to forty three today on this Friday, January eighteenth good morning. I'm Suzanne Monaghan our top story at nine zero one. KYW newsradio. Depend on us. For winter weather coverage sponsored by acme, but the nuisance storm out of the way all eyes are on the second round of winter weather this weekend table ws. Tim Jimenez reports from pale Paoli toting, maybe an inch of snow fell here in Paoli. Those we spoke with say, it was pretty much smooth sailing getting into work, nothing different. We actually were probably about twenty minutes. Early roads were clear before taking a slow. So that was good yet. Only took me make five more minutes unusual. So with that out of the way, the thought of a snowy year icier and colder weekend has Kristen thinking about the whole lot of nothing. She'll be doing at home. I'm probably going to stay inside. Stay with him everything. I know it's supposed to drop like three degrees. We're supposed to get a mix of rain and snow. So we know that's going to end up, you know, bad news bears. But before that there's a big thing to do. And Kristen is not looking forward to it food shopping after work, unfortunately deal with all the crazy people out there that need milk and bread in Paoli. Tim Jimenez, KYW NewsRadio..
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Paoli, Thorndale reasonable rail still suspended weather problems and also forty. Minute delays on the Trenton regional rails. From the TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center, I'm Sam clover. All right. Thanks sam. It's eight thirty four. Mcconnell caused us. All that aggravation looks like it's pretty much outta here. We check back with Matt Peterson in the CBS three eyewitness weather center. Matt good morning, Brandon. It is definitely on the way out. That's for sure. That storm system now kind of spiraling through the New York City area and back up into New England as well skies rapidly clearing across Philly. Now, some cloud cover still is noticeable of fear outside the media vicinity of the Philadelphia region here if you're down the shore, maybe even up into the Lehigh valley in the Poconos, maybe not completely sunny just yet. But skies will continue to clear as we go through the afternoon for everyone. And while we are seeing the precipitation pretty much be done across the entire region. The winds are just starting to pick up to Gus to as high as thirty miles an hour at times this afternoon and with temperatures only peak right around forty six degrees. It's going to be feeling like it's in the thirties with those wind gusts again to thirty miles an hour now tonight, it's calm clear. And it'll lower temperatures fall off down to a low of thirty four. Into the weekend, Saturday, mostly sunny and forty eight quiet again on Sunday with a mix of clouds and a high of forty six and they were going to be looking for generally quiet conditions in early next week, but temperatures will continue to have a winter like feel a high of only forty nine Monday and will only get to forty five on Tuesday, right Allie. Currently sits at thirty seven degrees at the broadcast center in spring garden will go up too high today, forty six and reporting live in the eyewitness weather forecast. I'm CBS three meteorologist Peterson on KYW NewsRadio. Thanks Matt things getting back to normal after the storm at the airport this morning after hundreds of flights were canceled yesterday. Stranding thousands of passengers KYW's Mike Dougherty with that story from Philly international. There are some lingering problems after an early morning blast of winter weather, Kevin Riley, and his wife are heading to Cancun and hoping to escape all this mess. Yeah. We came here. We're supposed to flat out ten o'clock. And now we're delayed because the incoming flight is delayed. He says when he booked the trip. He never imagined. They would be contending with snow and ice on the day of the flight. Is it's crazy for this type of snow before thanksgiving. With. Acting it. And now they say they just can't wait to take their first sip of Margarita on vacation at the airport. Mike Darty KYW NewsRadio say thirty six now. A long prison sentence handed down for the bucks county funeral director who stole more than three hundred thousand dollars more than fifty people who would prepaid for funeral services. KYW's suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert reports expended judge. Diane Gibbons told fifty four year old David Faust with this million dollar home in Hume Bill big poll in a big house. He was living the high life while the people he swindled we're struggling to bury their loved ones. She sends them to nine to eighteen years in prison. Followed by nine years probation and ordered him to pay back four hundred thirty thousand dollars to both is victims and the social security disability upon sensing was scheduled for August. But Faust asked for a delay in hopes of raising money to pay back victims it turned out though, there was an unpaid additional mortgage on his property. Prosecutor Mark Ferber he knew in the end. There was going to be very very little. And he he's still kept up the Chirad fest pleaded guilty to stealing three hundred thousand. Dollars of money earmarked for prepaid funeral services and another one hundred thirty thousand dollars in social security disability funds. He also forced death certificates, including one for a woman who is still alive..
"paoli" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Great. Great to consider these these types of contracts in you know, what is the sweet spot Alison gives you know. I I hear that the numbers twenty five hundred three thousand employees type companies are can smaller companies do this with their providers. It depends on the TPA. And I think that's where a well-qualified advisor can be so important those contracts with the larger employers are managed direct, but with mid-size employers those contracts can be managed through the third party administrator. So that a smaller employer one hundred eighty two hundred five hundred even down to fifty lives sometimes can have access to those sorts of benefits. And there's a big difference. If you're gonna pay thirty six thousand dollars for surgery or seventy five that's a lot of money huge. So it's kind of like a pooling type of mechanism through the TPA. So TPA is third party administrator. And they administer your plant. So they act sort of like your insurance company. They follow the rules that you've established. And there some pretty standardized sets of rules, would you can cost Mayes and to make sure that claims are being paid appropriately and in a timely fashion. And that the diagnoses are correct. And that the service was actually delivered. So all that fiduciary kind of stuff, and then they provide if they have direct contracts with that they have other cost containment solutions that all happens in the third party administrators office, not the employer because most employers have enough to do. And then when you're self insured that claims run just goes to the employer, the employer will review it. They generally review it in a diagnosis and cost containment cost way. Only not necessarily identifying who the employee is. And they then they release the funds. So a TPA can do a lot of things for an employer. Whereas when you're fully insured, you pay your premium, and you hope for the best. I.
"paoli" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"On the table and MS the bottom line. So the book is breaking through the status. Quo will leave a link to that on the show notes. So that you could take a look and buy it for best reference for you or whoever's helping you with these benefits and fear provider something to think about too, right? You gotta be understanding how to work with employers today. Tell us about an exciting project that you're working on today. Alison, well, we're doing a couple of exciting things. But one thing I do want to talk about is direct contracting, and how helpful that can be to both of a provider a hospital facility or a large physician group as it can be to an employer, and we have a couple of systems in San Antonio that have direct contracts with some of the larger employers, and what that looks like is let's say that a large employer contracts with a particular facility to handle all of their knee surgeries. And that's just a a small specific example. Yeah, what that means. Is that the facility and the provide and the? The employer have agreed on a protocol and a cost and the facility has to meet the requirements of the employer and when an employee needs a knee surgery. The price is agreed upon a head of time. The employee goes to the facility has the knee surgery gets all their follow up care physical therapy. Whatever it is that is part of the protocol. The provider is paid quickly usually just on an invoice without providing any notes or having any sort of negotiation about what was done. What wasn't done the employer pays a lower cost for that? And may pass some of those savings and often passes those savings onto the employees. So the employee may pay nothing or a much smaller copay rather than their full deductible. So it's a win for the employees. It's a win for the employer. And it's a win for the local facility, which is probably delivering good care anyway to go direct and receive quick payment and a regular stream of patients being a.
"paoli" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Your employees are getting and using care. So you avoid the unexpected spikes, so true. And you know, I was I was doing an interview Allison with a gentleman from Denmark, and you know, we got into a conversation about taxation bid their tax rate is pretty high but unit. Versity in healthcare is included. And we got an on this conversation. Like, hey, you know, what I mean, what is our net tax here in this country when sixty six percent of bankruptcies are happening because of healthcare related issues. You said eighty percent of people don't have more than a thousand bucks to pay for out of pocket stuff. I mean, that's scary. That is scary, particularly if you're the employees, right? And then as the as the employer, you know, what are you doing to because when people get into the situation, I it becomes stressful, and you could lose talent. So definitely a very important topic. That Allison is is is approaching with us here today. Alison, what about your book? Tell us a little bit about your book. What gems can people find in their obviously, we only have thirty minutes today. But what kind of a preview could you give them? The book is a collaborative effort of a group of advisers that want to remain relevant and useful to their clients. And we're all independent we all do things a little bit differently. But we all have. A common theme. And that is we want to help employers offer the best benefits that they can at the best possible price and there's a ton of ways to do that. So my take is in there, and there's twenty eight other takes in there. And there are how to manage yourself funded plan. How to move along the healthcare glide path into further control of your plan and all the strategies to do that there are ways to manage short-term disability programs. So that your employees are getting the best benefit with the least possible tax consequence in the least possible premium there are ways in their chew use enhanced or voluntary benefits to help pad packages and not overburden the employees because that's a real problem. Sometimes there's tools in there or discussion about how to enter a captive or a coalition when you should be self funded. What things you can do as? Fully insured employer to help control your costs. How to manage an enrollment effectively how that is really a year long effort and not a two day effort. And if you make it a year long effort, the two days will not be nearly as stressful as they typically are all kinds of statistics about how employees is used benefit. How important care management is and helping direct people to the best places for care and best does not necessarily mean the least expensive it does mean the highest quality. And that is normally not the most expensive awesome. Folks. This is like a desk reference that you can have and bottom line is this you, you know, you hire an accountant to do your books you hire an attorney to do your contracts today's age, if you're not investing in a professional to help you with your healthcare benefits, you're leaving money.
"paoli" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"When you had a setback a big lesson that you learned that now you apply over and over again as a result of what happened. So I think that you have to meet people where they are. You know, I can talk to an employer and say, well, we can do this and we can do this. And we can do this. You can do this. And I'm a little bit of a nerd, so. Oh, that's very appealing and exciting to me. And really all an employer may want to know is that, you know, what can you just take care of my employees and make sure that this cost is an increase at all. Yeah. And I've had many conversation where I have literally bold somebody over with enthusiasm for this subject and not met them where they are. And totally unnerved them. Yeah. And I think many of us have had that experience before. That's a great call out. And so how do you meet them where they are? I ask a few more questions. Now. I don't assume that I know what their challenge is. They're challenged maybe something different entirely. I mean, you know, healthcare is a pretty health insurance is a pretty broad and diverse subjects make sure to get to the root of the problem and just take a minute and listen to people, and it has helped tremendously, and I've I've helped more employers that way starting that way than by just bowling them over which I think is with somebody who's engaged in her subject and in the sales arena, a pretty common problem buffet. What a great example. And yeah, you know, we tend to get excited for our ideas. And the things that we are sort of me deepen doesn't mean that our customers are going to be as excited about it. I've been a great call out there. Alison, what would you say? One of your proudest. Medical leadership experiences has been to date. I've been asked to lead in my past. Life. As an owning an enrollment firm, some pretty large enrollments, and I've been pretty fortunate to be able to pry people away from other opportunities to come work in my enrollments. And that means that I'm providing good work for my enrolling. And it also means that I'm providing a quality enrollment.
Papa John's founder apologizes for using N-word
"Of the vine street expressway north of allegany due to an overturned vehicle all traffic is being forced off at girard avenue and trapped traffic is being taken off at allegheny avenue traffic and transit on the twos coming up in just a couple of minutes the first of fifteen new locomotives started running onset does regional rail line today kyw's mike denardo reports the shiny new locomotive arrived at the chestnut hill east platform for a ceremony and it was none too soon for set the general manager jeff keppel eager to replace seven aging and not so reliable engines currently pulling regional railcars they're they're tired the am seven said the last ones running in the country he says by the fall all fifteen new electric locomotives should be in service between now and october we're looking to get rid of all of our old elect electric locomotives from running and have the new locomotives out there in says the new engines will i go into service on the paoli thorndale line that's the one with the heaviest ridership mike denardo kyw newsradio philadelphia city controller becker reinhardt fulfilling a campaign promise today announced he's going to audit the parking authority kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb reports it'll be the first city audit of the agency since two thousand nine the controller social scrutinize on street parking operators and compare staffing and salaries to other cities she declined to speculate on what you might find but hinted the authorities reputation for patronage is part of the impetus perception or the reality of elected leaders are people in government being able to give jobs to those at the parking thirty creates more distrust among people in the government go to find this organization is completely different executive director scott patrie was hired after a sexual harass asman scandal forced a leadership change and he says a change in practices hiring procedures probably actually to the chagrin of some politically connected people is open and transparent and equal country says he welcomes the audit pat loeb kyw newsradio founder of papa john's apologizing after reportedly using a racial slur during a conference call on schnatter who caused an uproar last year by inserting himself into the nfl's national anthem controversy reportedly used a slur to downplay his role in the nfl issue schneider said that colonel sanders referred to black says the n word and never faced backlash as a result of the statement forbes reports the marketing agency severed its ties with the pizza chain in a statement to forbes schnatter apologized for the.
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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Most Rev. Michael Curry gives stirring royal wedding sermon on power of love
"The archbishop of canterbury presided over the right of mary i give you this ring i give you this as a sign of marriage as a sign of all merge with my body i on american episcopal priest the reverend michael curry delivered the sermon i'd love you god bless you and outside cbs's roxana saberi stood with the crowd today they were very happy to be here they said they felt like watching the ceremony that this couple was truly in love it was beautiful they said some of them were wiping away tears and here in the royal couple now attending receptions in their honor bill rakoff cbs news of royal wedding guests lays somewhat of a who's who starstudded guest list for the wedding of prince harry and meghan markle oprah george clooney the taurean david beckham elton john johstone james blunt were among those who witnessed the marriage of the new duke and duchess of sussex guess we're also invited to an afternoon reception hosted by the queen on the castle grounds karen gave up windsor england some folks who didn't get a royal invites the wedding managed to gather locally anyway to watch it on tv what if he's attended one bridal themed watch party in paola deborah van cleave of van cleave bridal pavilion here in paoli set up a royal watch party right here among her wedding dresses we have the major salon set up just like the church with rows of chairs flowers at the altar which happens to be the tv women came here all dressed up and they told me the wedding dress has made for the perfect ambience i actually wanted to try some of these wedding dresses on speaking of wedding dresses what did they think of megan's gown beautiful very very understated but that's her i think it was perfect for her and while it was mostly women who attended this watch party you can't have a wedding without a groom or at least a cardboard cutout of groom did you get a picture with prince harry when we sure did we held his hands we gathered around him we feel like we're friends in paoli hadas kuznits kyw newsradio news time five oh five five day.
Prosecutors drop assault charges in Penn State hazing death
"Radnor township delaware county say twenty nine year old kevin goshen from paoli is the driver responsible for hitting and killing sixty nine year old fred gillerman who's walking across lancaster avenue near saint david's road in radnor last week authorities say after golden hit get herman he left him in the street to die twenty four minutes later he was at his house filing a fraudulent insurance claim claiming he was driving and his car was struck my sign delaware county district attorney copeland says thanks to several tips hundreds of hours of investigative work they were able to track down all he had to do was stop and how and we wouldn't be here today go ahead who faces more than twenty years in prison is kirk out of jail after paying ten percent of his five hundred thousand dollars bail justin trudeau kyw newsradio pennsylvania's attorney general decided thursday not to pursue felony assault charges in the case of a penn state fraternity pledge who died last february during a hazing ritual kyw's marc abrahams reports attorney general josh shapiro who inherited the case from the new district attorney in centre county home of penn state says there are other charging options he is pursuing in the hazing death of tim piazza of one hundred and county new jersey i would caution anyone to read too much into the events there twenty six total defendants the proceedings just involved eleven of them we intend to seek justice for tim piazza is family and all of those impacted and this is very much ongoing our review and they'll be more to say in the coming days and weeks eleven charges thursday by shapiro face a preliminary hearing next week the attorney general says twelve others could face charges pending a review by his prosecutors marc abrahams kyw newsradio and now the eyewitness weather five day forecast a stray shower tonight then partly cloudy cold and breezy low thirty four tomorrow mostly sunny windy and cold high just forty two saturday mostly cloudy with a spotty rain or snow shower south of the city the high forty six more sunshine to the north sunday looks nice mostly sunny slightly warmer with a high of forty nine monday increasing clouds high fifty some rain showers could develop monday night but more likely tuesday into wednesday we'll see our next system impact the area could bring rain and even the chance for wet snow for the.
"paoli" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"And growing the company here in paoli jim melwert kyw newsradio at the broadcast center in spring garden we have cloudy skies going to thirty degrees overnight tuesday mostly sunny not as cold with a high of forty four degrees kyw news time twelve twenty chew here's your traffic and transit on the twos in new jersey at the turnpike southbound is you're approaching 195 it's interchange seven a earlier tractor trailer fire out and now off to the shoulder but a slight delays people are slowing down to take a look at it hadn't field it's king's iway between warwick road in washington avenue water mean break the road closed and detoured also in mount laurel hartford road between sixth avenue in union mill road water and sewer repairs are taking place road closed in detoured here now announcing any problems others out of the schuylkill expressway the vine street expressway looks good ninety five north and southbound in and out of center city also checking out okay the roadway still wet see you are seeing some icy spots in areas definitely use caution give yourself some extra time not seeing any problems across any of the bridges mass transit is on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes i'm jim odd master in the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center this is cbs three meteorologist kate bilo mainly cloudy overnight the low about thirty degrees watch for a few slick spots on area roads though in the wake of our wintry mix for your tuesday mostly sunny warmer than recent days high forty four wednesday seasonable with a mix of clouds and some sun high forty thursday mostly cloudy and milder but the chance of light showers high fifty one friday breezy and.
"paoli" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Then we have the mazza tech sean iq tradition where it is understood that these psychoactive mushrooms used in their ceremonies speak and it's up to the shaman to give voice to their message in the form of a chant or a song and so the which all indians who call themselves we hurry up which means healers work profits work ritually with paoli and it's not uncommon for those people to receive songs directly from the peyote which are then shared with the community and in barbara ted locks book she writes about a husband and wife who are massive tech shamans that ingest the mushroom together and then they work with patients who come to them for healing well the wife irene panetta defeat etewa chance first to the mushroom spirits asking them to help her determined the cause of her client's illness and she chance poetically and so just give you a little sampling of how this sean hick woman with speak while on the on the under the influence of the mushroom and so she first is appealing to the mushrooms spirits saying quote we are going to search and question on thai and disentangle let us go searching for the path the tracks of her feet the tracks of her nails from the right side to the left side let us look and then irene would speak of herself in third person saying woman of medicine and cures who walks with her appearance and her so she is the woman of remedy and medicine a woman who speaks a woman who puts everything together dr woman woman of words wise woman of problems.
"paoli" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Could not even talking to him i was just so funny so she shows up and we just the ranks were going there were some drinks vinnie you get wasted or uh yeah black out no i was gonna you know i try not to do that anymore sara lee bad well it's just you know i like to remember the good times that i had waited for that i plus i hear and the apology nonstop so it was awesome weekend but it wasn't it was nothing compared to woman's we can i don't know if we want to even get into that you have 71 a report casse man he was tell me about his weekend last hour oh my god you have the most amazing life well i'm sure the listeners wanna hear that then i mean i would be wrong to hold that are back on the most amazing life from them oh my god so tara arts already won him as that are at five point three at times you can put it in here our buddy own harrington got married yeah it sounds like the most amazing wedding his very musical then he he got married in tiburon and he comes from incredibly musical family and it was a it was a traditional a pesca paoli in service but he it felt like it was half musical half traditional wedding ceremony did they have it all choreographed dowden there was a law what of just beautiful music were there was this one moment where his his brother went to the pulpit to to sing a song you know about love and christ in marriage and oh and at the altar was harmonising with his brother in the acoustics of the church in tiburon st stephen's was so perfect and their voices worst so in sink that it's just it it move meowing all they're holding his new bride ride the bees hand yeah and then there's his brother singing and.
"paoli" Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"So again unlike when israeli nothing new to say about this in terms of fundamentals many people have been asking me what to do with the bitcoin during the bitcoin network upgrades in the chaos that may follow in my vice has been just to sit on the coins and then not use the bitcoin network until the situation has fully resolved itself and he can't stomach that then people may opt to move their bitcoin's inconvenient to something else and if people choose to move of it's a light coin for safety then that's an extent will factor that will show up on the charts it will show up his price action but it where necessary be explainable paoli through technical analysis right so this is the the fine balance in between old various trading grievance that i spoke about yesterday and when we sometimes technicals kohl's extent adam panic and some dis the away round inner so wet decibel goes about like going to they rarely so that's all gefion says analysis today thin on the ground am i do hope you go in santa for an account with choline ag which is the chatting software and he can cope you'll my lines and what not the lincoln the video description for that they'll help support the show is just twenty dollars a month and he does appear with bitcoin and of course is a free trial as well so thank you very much for.