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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:47 min | 6 d ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Officials of Volkswagen, Ford, Fiat, Chrysler, Toyota and Nissan all say they've been hit by the shortage and forced to the late production of some models. In order to keep other factories running. In many cases, automakers have stopped making slower selling vehicles in order to divert the chips the hotter segments of the market, including pickup trucks and SUVs. Industry officials. A semiconductor companies diverted production to Consumer Electron IX during the worst of the cove in 19 slowdown in auto sales last spring. Now there aren't enough chips. Keith Peters reporting investigation continues in Chicago, But authorities say a man went on a shooting spree Saturday gunned down three people for others were wounded. He later died in a shootout with police. Or in the stories, a town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain, I'm often asked that question beating Seth Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed for hell on now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. Each help your body deal with inflammation that's correct each other four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief if you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older. You must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Got to really factored outcome. Call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. UnitedHealth Group will spend $8 billion to out of healthcare technology company to its growing up in business correspondent Jeremy Hell's report, UnitedHealth says It'll add change healthcare to its optimum insights segment and boost its ability to provide data analytics and revenues cycle management support. Among other offerings, UnitedHealth brings in most of its revenue through a health insurance business. Covers about 48 million people, but it's often segment generates bigger profit margins and provides a growing portion of the company's operating earnings. Authorities have determined the location of the crash site and the black boxes that Boeing 7 37 after the aircraft went down in the Java Sea 62 people on board. Your plane went down shortly after taking off from Indonesia's capital, the head of a search and rescue groups, as officials believe they have identified the exact location where the black boxes aren't Breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. More and more airlines, saying no to emotional support animals. John Scott reports. United Airlines is the latest United has announced that starting with flights in February, it will no longer accept emotional support animals. It will let train service dogs fly for free in the cabin. But owners of other animals will have to pay a pet fee to put them in the cargo hold or a carrier that fits under a seat. Alaska, American and Delta have announced similar changes. The airline moves come after the Transportation Department allowed that To crack down on the growing number of emotional support animals on planes. John Scott reporting Oh, California continues to see the heaviest Covad 19 caseloads in America officials saying early Sunday. Some 22,000 patients remain hospitalized. And officials and that number could easily reach 30,000 by the first of February. More on these stories, a town hall dot.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:36 min | 6 d ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With the cash out refinance. Cashing out some of your home's equity to use for life. We are united Faith Mortgage benefit mortgages. The debate banana market score. 25 Little Park room. Nobody likes mortgage banker for licensing information, good animals, consumer access to the corporate and one number 13 35 record unless number 6.233 equal housing Lender relations in Alaska, Hawaii, Georgia, Massachusetts, North Dakota, South Dakota, are you talk? UnitedHealth Group will spend nearly $8 billion in cash to add a healthcare technology company to its growing up in business, UnitedHealth says It'll add change healthcare to its optimum insights segment and boost its ability to provide data analytics and revenues cycle management support. Among other offerings, UnitedHealth brings in most of its revenue through a health insurance business. Covers about 48 million people. But it's happened segment generates bigger profit margins and provides a growing portion of the company's operating earnings Correspondent Jeremy House, UnitedHealth will pay $25.75 in cash for each share of change. Major technical fault in Pakistan's power generation and distribution system caused a massive power outage yesterday. The plunge the country into darkness, hours after the late Saturday adage. Energy minister said. Lights are slowly being turned back on news and analysis of town. All that calm. I'm Michael Harrington. The L. A Rams advance in the NFC playoffs yesterday, and they did it by knocking off division rival the Los Angeles Rams got some playoff revenge against the Seattle Seahawks with a 30 20 victory. Two weeks earlier, the stocks that clinched the NFC West where they went over the ransom. Seattle Jared Goff, You broke the thumb on destroying hand in that game, came off the bench destroy fourth quarter touchdown to put the game away. Cam makers rushed for 131 yards and a touchdown while the Rams defense contained Russell Wilson, who completed just 11 of 27 passes will be insect five times and had an interception returned by Darius Williams for a touchdown. Jim Bernard Seattle who's Lama is this? That's the question. Authorities in Massachusetts are asking after a passer by had a recent encounter with one Patrick body was driving through Newbury partly spotted a male grand white llama. Often interstate, he got upset alarms seem very chill. Well, he's someone an animal control workers. They're still trying to find a farm to take the big animal more on these stories of town hall that calm High pressures in control, so it will be a drying this weekend with some sunshine today a light breeze out of the northwest and high reaching 48. Partly cloudy tonight. The low of 28 clouds will increase into Monday to start off the week of the high of 46 at a sunny.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:35 min | Last week

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Doesn't think it'll change the outcome in the House. Democrats hold the majority. And so I don't expect any Democrat to cross over even if the Republicans held rank 100% when state certified results last month, Biden won the election overall with 306 electoral votes. Seniors in Hillsborough County who were lucky enough to get an appointment for the covert 19 vaccine, are lining up today at the Strawberry Festival Grounds and plant City and the Apparatus Sports complex in Tampa for their shot. County's emergency management coordinator J. Raja guru tells news channel aid officials are doing the best They can use logistical left as you're seeing across state and across the country to be able to provide that service of public and really were trying to push it out as much as we can add to receive this all appointments have been filled in the county says it will offer more next week when more doses are expected to be made available. City of tap a cracking down on restaurants and bars with repeat violations of mask rules have a mayor chain. Castor says they'll suspend or revoke liquor permits for businesses with two or more citations for violating in mask rules. This follows large crowds celebrating New Year's Eve with masks off it some Tampa establishments, the mayor says most residents and businesses are being responsible, but she can't allow a few bad actors to compromise covert 19 recovery. Gordon Byrd NEWS RADIO W F L A governor to Santos is hopeful more doses of vaccine are on their way to Florida. Speaking this morning in Pensacola, he said the additional vaccines will allow the state to distribute more doses to hospitals. I'm Reid Shepherd NEWS radio, W F L A buyers are busy on Wall Street, piling into stocks that benefit from a stronger economy. These Democrats appear set to take control of Congress, Investors are betting on a torrent of federal spending to revive growth that L. Jones industrial average is up 547 the S and P is up. 47 NASDAQ Up 61. It's a busy day for healthcare dealmaking. Walgreens has agreed to sell its alliance healthcare wholesale drug business to AmerisourceBergen for $6.5 billion Allows Walgreens to focus on its drugstores. UnitedHealth Group is making one of its biggest acquisitions ever paying $8 billion for change HEALTHCARE. It will join United's Optimum Insight division, which provides technology services to the health care industry. The first time in 35 years. U. S. Imports of Saudi crude oil fell to zero last week. It's the delayed effect of an October slump in crude shipments from Saudi Arabia. From Bloomberg. I'm Larry Coffee for news radio. W F L A W F L A NEWS brought to you by the Duncan DUO.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KNSS

"30 K N S s. I'm Ted Woodward Currently in Wichita. Mostly cloudy 35 degrees. We're looking for a forecast high today. 39. Half day of trading on Wall Street traders looking to get out of the market ahead of Christmas stocks. Finishing higher on this shortened final trading day of the Christmas Week is investors way developments on a new coronavirus aid package and the historic trade deal reached between the UK and European Union among the gainers, tech companies which lifted the NASDAQ, while retail stocks like Macy's and Kohl's, slid amid weakness in the sectors, investors way the ongoing impacts of cove in 19 on stores. Adele winners Apple, Microsoft and UnitedHealth Group. The Dow decliners. Boeing GOLDMAN Sachs in sales force, and shares of Alibaba tanking over 13% after Chinese regulators launched an anti trust investigation into the e commerce giant. The Dow rising 70 points, the NASDAQ Up 34 S and P 500 up 13 Hillary Barsky Fox News Democratic governor Laura Kelly says Kansas should stop giving local officials the final say. Over the state's response to the Corona virus pandemic because experience has shown quote a patchwork approach does not work. Governor made the comments day after she and her top public health administrator argued that Kansas is now controlling the spread of covert 19. Despite high case numbers. The Republican controlled legislature already has committed to considering changes in emergency management laws. After opening it's 90 days session in January, top Republican lawmakers earlier this year forced to the governor to accept local control over mask rules and restrictions on businesses. Most businesses are not holding a Christmas party this year. It's taking a toll on the restaurant and catering industries..

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

09:01 min | 2 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"They look at numbers. OK, we're gonna call this guy that lady, whatever it's based on the good instinct, but vanilla, Soft said, No, no, no, like we're goingto tell you who to call and when and what's cool is they use all kinds of interesting technology, for example, if they noticed that 20 people from General Electric were on your site last night Browsing around that bumps to each of the top of your cute right now. That's a very clever bit of decision. Automation. It seems to mate because it's pulling RIA world data that is highly relevant to a particular sale in getting it right to the sales person. What do you think you're Yeah. I mean, I mean you as an organisation, you have to decide to what degree to sort of trust the computer and to what degree to trust or not Trust a human. I mean, humans have their own propensities, which aren't always very logical, And that's sort of the main selling point of data. Right? It's you and this type of analysis. This number crunching is that we're being empirical, writes a science based approach to improving large scale decision making. It's right, not science based approach. I'll throw one more question, and then we'll bring in garage. I think the key is always to to understand the timeline, right? I think this is probably one of the biggest challenges in working with predictive technologies is what is the timeline for the windows? If you will of data that you're pulling, that you think is relevant is in the last weeks data is that the last month's data is that the last year of data and in the sales context you could have a sales person who's not doing very well not meeting number. But those things her own way. Let's say, But if you if you extend the window out a bit, Guess what? She just landed this big whale of an account and it changes everything so humans think still is really important. And you shouldn't box people in too much. It seems to me because you want to allow that free play of the human interaction. But again that gets back to how you automate which decisions and to what extent right there. Absolutely, You know, it's an art to decide that the degree in which there's a balance, however there some application areas where you're never going to go fully automatic, such as in clinical health care treatment decisions. Andan look the general field of predictive policing where judges and parole boards are making decisions about how long someone should remain in prison, and they may be informed by a predictive model. But Gladly. These decisions are never going to be fully automatic, or at least not in the foreseeable foreseeable future. Yeah, that's actually an interesting topic for another show. I'd love to dive all into that one, because I think you're going to see a I driven adjudication of all kinds of things going forward for lots of different reasons, But we'll invite you back for that one cause that's a juicy topic, and you're right. It's really important. It's important to know when to apply these texts and when not to do so. And when to basically bacon, Mohr human Involvement in more transparency. And I guess I used that to Segway Tour body garage Despond E from Tiger, graph Grove. Welcome back, too Damn radio. Tell us a bit about yourself and what you're seeing in terms of pervasive prediction in the world today. Hi. Thanks a lot for having me and having talking about the part of your wonderful show. We work with multiple customers packing the distributed database Analytics and machine learning platform, So it's a scene one. And we work. We work with people from different industries. So the building explained about decisions, support and decision automation and then a couple of examples. Two different industries to explain that the first one is about difficult automation. So fraud detection is something that all ofthis See on an everyday basis in the UK does called from the bank saying they are using your credit card. Do you still have it? That that's that's typically are committed in terms of fraud detection. And then you get an automated call of the pics from the system. Eight out of 10 Banks in the world stopped in banks, eight out of shopping bags and the word used Tiger. Get out. For augmenting their fraud detection support, essentially, and that's you know, that's one part of the story, but then that that automation off the floor dilation itself, But there is also the pressure that something seems fraudulent, but they're not sure if the machine itself is not sure the machine learning model is like sure. Losses. That's a sure love, but it's still not all the way to fraudulent. That's what decision support comes in. When you start to look at it and take it out the fraud investigator who looks at it to see The the cows look suspicious. They appear to be connected together on they are not. This is an anomaly that you know that that can be explained away and therefore I can continue to let them operate. The boat, The decision automation and different support coming and the part of the fraud detection of the first used caves and the financial services that the massive industry is a huge use Caves for tag again after that. The second one is about health care where people have tried to find similar occasions when a patient calls up picks up the phone and called UnitedHealth Group When I've got customers, and they say I have these symptoms, what should I do? Then? You need to find similar patients at that particular location and then decide on the next course of action. That decision support where we come in. When we do a look up off the similar patients in 15 minutes seconds and provide the top 100 patients and what they have been through, so there's a course of action that can be decided on by the person with making decisions about who we are. We are not making the decision for the patients were simply providing the data here. Other patients who have gone through the same symptoms and they have a similar history and therefore they are likely to have similar outcome as as suspicious and you know is we're talking about this. I'm remembering and realizing even Maur the tremendous power of predictive capabilities for health care because of something like population health, So you know, for example, you bring up in diagnosing a particular patient. Maybe there was some events. You want to know what's going on. If there was some chemical leak somewhere of something that could affect a large number of people in a general area. That's very useful information. Because again I don't think a lot of people realised just how gray the process of diagnostics is. When you're trying to understand what what happened to somebody. There are lots of things that could be going wrong with the same symptoms so them or information you could get the better. Come to me. Population. Health is one of these areas where data science is going to be very, very powerful. And we'll talk in our next time when actually with Dr Volchkova from Flora sat, Who's going to talk about how Agriculture, of course, leaves through the feeding of people. So that's this whole chain of growing healthy crops and feeding the people and watching their health is it is it progresses overtime and I think we're just the beginning of a really powerful age in technology and health care because of all these predictive capabilities, right, Gaurav Absolutely. I mean, in case of population matters when you get up on something really important. UnitedHealth Group, another large insurance providers, because that anyone here Sam Providers boat They are basically looking at. How would the population is leaning over the period of time in a particular geography is the great off type two diabetes going up is the particular type of cancer. Going up with Corbett 19 becomes an immediate thing there, depending on a patient that calling in a member ofthe the health plan that calling in based on all of their history based on their body mass on whether they had a heart patient. Whether they have diabetes. Do they have a high sugar, low sugar based on all of those 50 factors on the current symptoms, then you're looking at the population around them receive the patient have significantly move up or move out of that population. That population measurement is a very important matrix, even for health care in the city, Just like agriculture is because you're trying to constantly sample and see if population mix has changed materially around the particular geography or a particular set of patients in a particular area. That's really good stuff. And, you know, I know up here we're in Pennsylvania and this region of the country has a tremendous number of M s patients. Lots of people get multiple sclerosis around here. And so what's going on there? Is it something in the water? There's a theory that lack of vitamin D is one of the factors So it's great. Here is great. Right now. There are lots of different things that come in. But the more we were able to analyze this data, the more clear a picture we're going to get garage. That's going to help us identify what's happening and then take appropriate action, right? Absolutely, I mean, example of just a diagnosis off which treatment called Doctors uses a part ofthe Corbett 19 and related symptoms. There was a set of assumptions that you know I did have a good heart..

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"We're picking up things here a little bit on Wall Street, The Dow industrial average is up about 104 points. Definitely, however, the techs are leaving the market higher with the NASDAQ Now 59 points again of a half of 1% and the S and P is up about 15 in a quarter of 3527. All in all, not a lot of volatility yet in this market today. Goldman Sachs is up about 6/10 of a percent strengthen trading and underwriting businesses helped its quarterly profit surge. A whopping 94% couple of other banks not doing as well. Bank of America slipping 2.4% Wells Fargo shedding 2.8 after they reported a slump in their profit. Apple edging higher by 1.3%. It slid 3% yesterday. In the previous session, where the company launched its next generation iPhone. A lot of people in China liked it. Others say they're going with other firms that offer actually Mohr than What Apple is doing. UnitedHealth Group is up 1.4% reporting better than expected profit control resource is surging 14%. There was a report that the old producer conical Phillips is in talks to acquire that. Shale producer. Meantime, AMC needs to raise additional capital through its equity, according to the company's CEO and restaurant brands, expects Burger King's third quarter results to show his sales drop, but pop eyes shining through demand for its chicken sandwiches. Now up 94 just a tad off the high Now. NASDAQ up 63 s and P better by 15 Land Baltar, Deuce Radio 7, 18 and 105 Point check traffic and weather together on the eights just ahead along with all your top national stories from CBS News, including the confirmation hearing back underway for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. It's 8 55 Kevin thinking about retirement. I've.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"For those in the company. And I think we have a shot at that. Remarkably enough, given lower revenues are we're closing this month, an early retirement offer. For our people across the entire company. And at this point we have over 17,000 people have voluntarily agreed to take early retirement. That's about 20%. Of our entire company will be leaving the company starting August 1. In addition to that we've had a really good subscription to a voluntary leave of absence on paid leave of absence. Our people are just amazing what they've done for the company month into why we have 35,000 people out without pay voluntarily, and we see thousands more continuing. To the fall, even on top of those that were going to be retiring, and the other third thing of that is we've got a lot of flexibility in our work schedule. So the extent we have sought certain parts of the business where we are Oversubscribed. We have too much head count and others. We may not not have enough. We could move our staffing levels around across the company. A lot of good work and a lot of creative thinking going on. But we won't know for sure until we get closer to that October 1 day, But I'm optimistic if we do have a furlough. It's going to be relatively minimal numbers audio courtesy of CNBC Delta, the first U. S airline to report financial results for the May through June quarter and numbers ugly passengers tumbling 93% Revenue 88%. Of the nation's largest health insurer, more than doubled its profit in the second quarter is covert 19 shutdowns kept patients out of doctor's offices and off operating tables. UnitedHealth Group earned 6.64 billion in the three month window that ended June 30th. Sizable earnings gains are expected from health insurers in the second quarter, with the rapidly spreading pandemic and Surgeon cases postponing elective surgeries in the medical claims to cover them. Those procedures may ramp up again in the second half of the year of covert 19 is brought under control Peacock, one of the last big new streaming services, the launch in the U. S was supposed to get a big boost from the Olympics. Of course, the pandemic put a damper on that It didn't work out for peacocks owner Comcast, NBC Universal S so it's launching with fewer original shows and expected because of Hollywood shutdown and also won initially work with two popular TV streaming gadgets. Roco or Amazon fire. So what in the heck sets us apart? Matthew Strauss is a chair of Peacock, NBC Universal Digital Enterprises, He says he hopes the word free will catch the viewer's attention. Well, I think if you just look at it from a broad perspective, you know, if you love television, there's probably no better time to be alive. Then now they're certainly lots of options for consumers. We actually think in a competitive market, we've actually identified a white space opportunity, which is to launch a premium ad supported streaming service that really taps into the breath in the depth of the content that we offered Nbcuniversal plus even beyond Nbcuniversal with 20,000 hours of programming. And the strategy is unique in a few different ways, Julia, you know, certainly you know, we're going to deliver a very robust on demand offering, but we also have built out linear channels. It's part of Peacock. In addition to creating a service that also has a.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of campaign 2020. 95.5 WS ME. Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions loses in a Senate runoff in Alabama to Tommy Tub. Orville, the Excalibur and football coach, says he'll need sessions. Supporters to beat Democrat Doug Jones in November's is going to be hard, but we do appreciate their support, and now we're all on the same team. It's also went for President Trump. He backed Albertville against sessions, who he frequently criticized during his time as attorney general. WSB NEWS time. 7 55 5 minutes till late, it's time to hear WSB consumer expert Clark Howard. You may have heard that target raised its minimum wage for workers to $15 an hour. And this is a sea change. Retail employees virtually never started in double digits. Not necessarily at the federal minimum wage, but not much above. And over the last few years. The big retailers have been steadily raising their pay rates. Costco went to $15 an hour first and now targets dunnit. Wal Mart right now is at 11. But I think market pressure will push their rates up a CZ well. And so know that if you're toiling away in a retail job making AH, substandard wage, there's more and more options for you to go make more money. The other thing Target's done is to prevent what so his present he is, um, where employees might come to work sick. Is. They can now have a virtual doctor visit for free when they're not feeling well markets around the world, actually being bullied here by Muse that there is a promising corona vaccine in the pipeline. Here's WSB money matters. Host West Marks turned around and move back up. On Tuesday, investors took profits in the big tech companies that have led stocks higher. Over the last few months and rotated into more cyclical companies with exposure to areas like materials and industrials and energy, which really lagged throughout the pandemic. Dow Jones rose by more than 500 points on the day is the index is mainly comprised of these after mentioned cyclical type Cos. While the tech heavy NASDAQ reversed early losses. To increase by about percent. Earning season continues to roll on as investment banking giant Goldman Sachs and managed health care conglomerate UnitedHealth Group will be front and center today. Stock futures now are trading up up 2% points. That holds the down. Dusty elaborates could jump 550 points when the market opens at 9 30 this morning. Coming up next on Elaina's morning, you're back in school or learning from home. That's the choice many parents.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KOMO

"To stabilize markets and prevent a global growth slowdown U. S. stocks rebounded from last week's massive sell off with a bright and sharp rally all the indexes surgeon at least four and a half percent the Dow industrials finished with a gain of twelve hundred ninety four points or five point one percent the nasdaq composite soared three hundred eighty four and the S. and P. five hundred gained a one hundred thirty five several blue chips posted huge gains apple up nine point three percent Walmart up more than seven and a half percent UnitedHealth group rose seven point one percent had both Merck and Microsoft rose more than six and a quarter percent that's your money now for what it's worth I'm sherry Preston fourth grade is an age where kids like to read but they also like listening with something they need Carol brewer is a teacher of children this age and she has a message as she turns the page you're never too old too wacky too wild to pick up a book and read with the childfree crossamerica day is March two in honor of Dr Seuss that is who it today to remind us that for all our strife there's more we can do to get fun out of life we can read to a child or they can to us it's better than stressing about coronavirus or politics trump Pelosi or chef it does gets so tiring we've been there as if so as you lament the state of our times what I read stories or poems rhymes two young ones like this who have sage advice on how to stay sane even tempered and nice you have brains in your head you have feet in your shoes you can steer yourself any direction you choose for what it's worth what if you got to lose just read Jerry Preston ABC news twenty two nursing students and faculty of Lake Washington tech were exposed to corona virus quality Kirklin nursing home last week Thomas Kelly Bleier reports now they are taking steps to prevent the possible spread of covert nineteen the nursing students and staff for at life care center in Kirkland as part of their real life training last week but since then several of these residents have come down with corona virus and some have even died from it the school's president Dr Amy Morrison says they're taking action based on CDC recommendations public health department has asked those directly exposed to the south Korean teens for fourteen days after the last day that they were at life care center so that's what they're doing doctor Morrison wants people to know you are not considered exposed to the virus if you are around someone else who was exposed to it Kelly Bleier komo news traffic in.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And P. five hundred surrendered gains for the year former Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein has been convicted of two felony sex crimes he faces up to twenty nine years in prison a final farewell for Kobe Bryant and his daughter during a tribute in Los Angeles here the first public comments from Vanessa Bryant and the growing number of Americans delinquent on their car loans and what it means for everyone else auto lenders are becoming more vigilant of what's going on there want to see people with higher credit and they're trying to price into their loan the people who might be prepared to one ticket Elizabeth block wall that marketwatch on outstanding car loan balances hitting a new record coupled with growing delinquencies increasing worries about how the corona virus might affect the global economy meant a rough day for stocks sell was the word of the day yesterday as the Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than a thousand points the biggest point decline in more than two years investors fled to safe havens like gold which climbed for the eighth session in a row it has now reached a seven year high JJ Kinahan is chief market strategist with TD Ameritrade the market doesn't react well the unknowns the fact that we saw the corona virus spreading to parts of Europe now you have governments shutting down public buildings to turn around shares of travel health insurers and high flying technology stocks were among the hardest hit American Airlines dropped eight point five percent UnitedHealth group was off seven point eight percent and Facebook tumbled four point five percent the corona viruses hurt Chinese manufacturing exports and consumption this year include doing economic growth around the planet as factories worldwide depend on supply chain tied to China.

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Global stock markets plunge on coronavirus fears

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Global stock markets plunge on coronavirus fears

"Increasing worries about how the corona virus might affect the global economy meant a rough day for stocks sell was the word of the day yesterday as the Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than a thousand points the biggest point decline in more than two years investors fled to safe havens like gold which climbed for the eighth session in a row it is now reached a seven year high JJ Kinahan is chief market strategist with TD Ameritrade the market doesn't react well the unknowns the fact that we saw the corona virus spreading to parts of Europe now you have governments shutting down public buildings at cetera shares of travel health insurers and high flying technology stocks were among the hardest hit American Airlines dropped eight point five percent UnitedHealth group was off seven point eight percent and Facebook tumbled four point five percent the corona viruses hurt Chinese manufacturing exports and consumption this year include doing economic growth around the planet as factories worldwide depend on supply chain tied to China

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Goldman Sachs earnings miss analyst estimates

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Goldman Sachs earnings miss analyst estimates

"The Dow would probably be negative were not for shares of UnitedHealth group gaining about two point eight percent right now the company be fourth quarter earnings estimates we also heard from a bank of America today those numbers disappointed and that stock is down about two point three percent Goldman Sachs had been higher throughout much of the session while earnings fell short of estimates on a conference call with analysts Goldman seem to suggest or at least offer some reassurances on controlling cost and right now Goldman shares dipping by about tenth of one

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Goldman Sachs earnings miss analyst estimates

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Goldman Sachs earnings miss analyst estimates

"The Dow would probably be negative were not for shares of UnitedHealth group gaining about two point eight percent right now the company be fourth quarter earnings estimates we also heard from a bank of America today those numbers disappointed and that stock is down about two point three percent Goldman Sachs had been higher throughout much of the session while earnings fell short of estimates on a conference call with analysts Goldman seem to suggest or at least offer some reassurances on controlling cost and right now Goldman shares dipping by about tenth of one

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on WTOP

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"There kind of step two then determining out of all those data assets which ones are the ones that are actually used. The most I'm sure in any organization you know you're GonNa have the eighty twenty rule and twenty percent of the data sets are used eighty percent of the time that can really also help save time in any project and then I think step three if you're finding that Data isn't being collected. That's when it's it's really meeting meeting with the technical teams kind of understanding. What would it take to collect the data does your does your company organization? Can they actually collect the data like like. Are they allowed to do that. Because especially within healthcare. There's a lot of regulatory rounded but something like retail. They're really really isn't as much so it can be based on the industry but I would say that's that's kind of how I think of any data acquisition project and eventually using that to make your projects accessible just to close out because I know some of the companies tuned in May already have somebody to go to to find the quote unquote data catalog or they would at least know who might be the teams that would begin handling that project if they haven't already who who within a big organization whose. Whose umbrella is that under? Is it only when you have a chief data officer officer. Can you realistically expect the you have such a catalogue as the Cio may have something like that kicking around or someone in their office. I mean maybe it's different business to business. Do you have an instinct about blue's mandate that would be to build such thing you know in in many cases it really starts with a CIO type position Especially in the larger organizations I've found that working with CIO's that can be a great first place to start because many times they'll understand you know at an enterprise level what's going going on with with data architecture and everything in that area I would say in the more sophisticated pronunciations. You start to see CEO's and she stayed officers working kind of in tandem in so I would say you know if at your organization you have achieved it officer. It would probably make more sense to start start with them. But if you don't if you only have a CIO definitely start with them. I got your hopefully more and more companies will have data governance plans data catalogues obviously really makes for a good place to start. You brought up a great point. It really would be ashamed to duplicate a whole data sat on all these data instrumentation efforts if it's already been done in affect arguably few things more wasteful than that so I appreciate the clarity here. I appreciate you handling these bonus questions at the end. I know that's all we have for time. Thank you so much for joining us on nine industry. Thank you I appreciate it. So that's all for this episode of AI and Industry. You will want to stay tuned for next Tuesday as our last guest in the series on using AI. I for competitive advantage is the head of AI at slack slack is obviously very exciting Unicorn Company in the teamwork software space. Many of you probably use slack and Adam. Oh liners are head of AI. And he is our final guest in this series and also our final guest twenty nineteen and that episode. I will also be sharing with you a little bit of what's coming up. What are going to be the new series of? We're GONNA be booting off in January and February. And what can you expect see here on a and industry. So there's a lot more of of a preview of the new year and excellent guest in the coming week. We've been fighting hard in case you guys haven't been able to tell to bring to you very high level guests for the program again we're talking about head of AI at Raytheon was on recently that head of AI. At cognizant was on recently being very high level survey I folks at Slacken. Can we have squares head of. Hey I coming up pretty soon. So we've been working hard at this based on your feedback as listeners. We Really WanNA bring very experienced people on the program. If you've enjoyed what you've heard here on industry please leave us. Her view on I tunes means the world to us and it helps us learn and discover what you get the most out up in what we should be doing anymore. Up The idea of really bring on heads of AI at very big and reputable companies is something that our listeners wanted. Something that we've been working very ardently to deliver on so you've enjoyed that. Do drop US view it does mean the world and otherwise make sure to stay tuned in next Tuesday as we have slacks head of. Ai here on industry.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"That especially in health care. You can have very highly trained data scientists. But they're never going to have the clinical knowledge of a physician -sition or a nurse or a pharmacist. And you know having having nets partnership with clinicians in our case and another businesses with subject matter experts words really makes the end product or the inservice much more successful and it's much easier to really define what success looks like being nibbled to sort of get data scientists to work with the subject matter experts vice versa. I suppose right will be created as most where we can speak enough of a common language. Nice to move faster right. The that's a that's a really good point the language piece that can be very challenging. Because you know a really good data science as should be able to communicate everything about machine learning ai to a wide variety of audiences not just people who are technical in nature and the really really good ones can communicate communicate very succinctly many times they can use analogies are easier to understand but communication is also a success. You brought up a really interesting point point yet so totally agree there. I think that that's that's a real challenge right because you come out of Carnegie Mellon with a PhD in. You're not exactly trained on sort of communicating the number one. You know if you get thrown into a retail company. You don't all of a sudden understand retail business nor were you trained to communicate to executives right you had to impress rest your PhD advisors very different world. So there's a lot of challenges culturally in terms of getting that space to move a little faster. You brought up a really great point that I think the audience can sink thirteen to is that a Lotta. This starts at the top and it's kind of frustrating if you're not at the top but I think it's a really interesting point. Do you think that to some degree you know. We're talking about data data and then the way of working. You know this is competitive advantage. Kind of at least says you've outlined it. A lot of the way of working starts from from executive leadership. Is there just a competitive advantage in picking the right leaders that get this stuff or is there a way to maybe educate existing leaders. Who want to get this stuff? How do you think this has to happen? Up in big enterprises established ones. I would say it's probably a combination of both of those I think in an ideal world you know we could hire all of our senior your leaders would be you know. Pretty decently verse. Ai and they would understand how strategic it can be in the value of could bring. But I don't think any large organization you'll ever find that I think it you'll have varying degrees of leaders that will have the education piece that you brought up that second part. That's very interesting because when I think you know to my current role right now. So I actually spend a lot of educating others in the organization about now it's properly use machine learning so there really is a huge educational component own and not just in understanding the basics of ai but also in clearly articulating the value so in an ideal world. If you're thinking talking about if you're thinking about creating solution for a problem you know you would have a high level business case that would show. Here's the potential value that could bring in terms as you know sales or profitability in healthcare's kind of layer in. How is this going to improve healthcare quality for patients? But that's very important. If you can demonstrate that you're gonNA bring an extra twenty million dollars in sales. I think every single executive that listens to that ears perk up whether they believe in Ai Bernado no matter how much expertise to some degree. I see people like yourself as the beginnings of this glue right you didn't necessarily early get PhD in computer science per se. But but you came up you. You obviously technically savvy played in the analytic space in previous companies and eventually actually got got around to kind of being director and VP and data science at a united health. I think people that sort of have this. They've bumbled through business experience you know they've had had to interface with leadership and then they're in a machine learning roll. It seems like you could at least bridge the gap there. Do you think more companies could develop more folks wchs that can I guess communicate in both directions. Sure sure it definitely has to be a two way street so you will. Have you know your leaders that have had a business background their entire life of work their way up and then all of a sudden they go into a role weather either directly or indirectly leading data scientists or for machine learning specialists. From that Lens. They'll have to brush up on those types of skill sets. They don't have to get extremely technical they. They don't have to learn how to program but they should still have a base level of knowledge with Ai. And then when I think kind of on the opposite side of the spectrum you know a data scientist that it comes from academia or is never really worked with with business stakeholders from that lands that data scientists has to understand. How do they communicate? The technical solutions solutions that they create in a manner that is going to get leadership buying and you know for the most part were in business. It's going to have to be around on something like sales or profitability or market air. Or even you know. In addition of of certain amounts of customers of course of a few years but they have to really be able to communicate in that language. So I think you know we can take the business leader. We can take the data scientists or the technical person they almost have to meet in the middle in terms a how they communicate and how they enhance their skill sets yen to build a business culture. We can have that interfacing happen frequently enough to build those mutual. It'll skills is Is Tough as you're listening. Things like revenue and profit and whatnot. I was actually thinking you were GonNa say risk reduction or compliance or kind of the the big red negatives in addition to the big green plus signs. Because I I guess you know looking at the enterprise world of AI. It feels like often. That's what moves the needle. Do you feel differently. I think that's a tough question because I think in the in the healthcare world there's there's always the elements of risk and and regulatory compressors. So it's something that you know working working within healthcare whether your business leader or data scientists. That's always top of mind but I I think when you're looking to really demonstrate the value of a solution you're right like you will have cases where there isn't a straight line to showing. The solution raised used our revenue by X.. Million dollars it will be more around risk reduction you know regulatory compliance it could even be more qualitative factors and that doesn't mean that it's not useful a useful it just may be a little bit more challenging to get that leadership buy yes well. I think everybody's going to be sort of wrestling with that one a little bit on. I'M GONNA take us for our last little tidbit of a question. Ilan I'm GonNa take us to where you started which is really looking data Data as an advantage. I'm imagining it will be business leaders who are tuned and in right now to this program who are in marketing compliance operations manufacturing. Who knows and they're asking themselves? How do I put on you? The data goggles and take a look. At what are the critical aspects of data. I should think about collecting more. I'm going to have district advantage if I just WanNa think about it even if I'm not not driving forward with one hundred projects if I just WanNa find those opportunity areas how do I find a you know what. What's what's your advice for for business leaders weren't technically trained but who I want to find those data opportunities? Sure I think the easiest way is just starting with you know having a having a repository of what is the data that currently exists and it. It's something that is so simple but it's just not done enough because I've I've seen projects where certain teams are looking or wanting to collect elect types of data and they don't realize that already exists somewhere in the organization it just may be in a different business line or different division. It may already be there so do actually starting with identifying existing data sources and kind of you know what are some of the key elements. That's a great first place to start and many times you know like I found things things that I didn't know existed. I'm sure yours have well. That's extremely helpful. I think from.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"So you on a we'll start things off just getting your perspective on what the competitive advantage of artificial intelligence actually is in business. What is it that gives businesses potentially lasting edge? Maybe we can start with that. Sure I I think you know any the any business especially today needs to really be seen at least departure business within a and how how a business can essentially lovers a I as a competitive advantage is ensuring that they're utilizing their data properly so businesses have just a wealth of data it. Can it used different ways. But I think what what I've found just to my personal experience with other industry leaders is that there is so much out there that is just untapped that businesses Own that they haven't really been able to either monetize or to create value from in with Ai. It's very very specific skill. Sir and it's a very specific tool that can really be used to enhance an overall business. It can be used to create business lines it can really be used in all areas. The business took a hand business. Create Business Lines. I think that these are all sort of I. Guess aspects that could give businesses a competitive advantage. When do you think about which of those are? Potentially most powerful would let businesses pull ahead. Maybe we can dive into that. Because I think probably everybody's GonNa be trying to level up their skills a little bit and be some incremental creeping lift in AI competence across the enterprise but some companies will probably really pull ahead and win marketer and others. Maybe not so much even. They are growing their competence at kind of the same level. What do you think separates winners from losers there? Sure I think there's a few aspects I think if we start foundationally nationally it's really being able to collect the data and essentially stored in in various ways so without a large amount of data. A is not going to be very successful. It tends to thrive a lot more with the more data that you have so I think if you take just the standard technology companies for instance. They're collecting data in all facets of our life and what they're finding is that as more data is added as that data is attached to individual consumers Sir individual users they can create better profiles of their customers and the conflict route new products and services to sell them. So that's more of a technology Alexander. I would say within healthcare we we think of our customer really as patients and what we find. Is that the more information that we can get on our patients nations Improve healthcare that we can offer those patients and the more we can understand about their lives. So that we're doing better to really predict different disease outcomes and not be so reactive in I imagine for that to be competitive advantage. You're talking about sort of the advantage of data. I I like maybe using healthcare as an example obviously Veasley you're with one of the largest healthcare firms in the nation here one of the biggest in the world. I'm sure so. Maybe we can use that. As a bit of a lens to some degree it would seem. Team is though in order to have kind of a strategic competitive advantage in healthcare. You would not only maybe want a lot of data about something like let's say I don't know xrays of people's lungs or something or the MRI's of people's lungs detecting cancer or other pulmonary diseases but that you would want more of it than maybe any other healthcare organization so that maybe you'd have this massively massively sustainable really big moat around sort of certain kinds of services certain kinds of of products or whatever the case may be. Is it the case that you think in. Let's say we've just talking healthcare that you think organizations will try to really kind of pick their lane and kind of data dominate in those spaces so that they can really serve customers better than anybody the else I think they will. I really do. I think it's a good. It's a good foundational approach because when you're looking at a I it all starts with the data itself itself so I think you'll have different players within the healthcare space and even with different sectors in healthcare focusing on one area to areas. And then you'll have so the really large companies that are really trying to get all of it but really from there if you WANNA turn it into a competitive advantage. It's being able to utilize that to create create products and services. And I think if we're talking a really big differentiator it's things like embedding a I into into different products right so we think about retail product. It's very common to have a embedded behind the scenes but healthcare lands. It's essentially very similar. It's just just it's so much more individualized to a patient and the better that companies can get at utilizing the data in creating ask solutions that actually scale those will be the ones that will really be successful in the future and the ones that can't do it or the ones where it takes a really long long time to go from kind of ideas implementation. They're really going to be the legs. So maybe there's one side of this. That is sort of really winning the data game name but obviously data by itself. You know you can't just Fill up your duper bucket sky high and and think that you're GonNa win and business for that reason you're saying that obviously the other the side of the coin is can we embed those products really deliver value. Maybe both of these have to do with strategic advantage competitive advantage in the market for data. Kinda makes accents. Hey let's really own more data than anybody else in Area X.. Hypothetically will be able to serve our customers better than anybody else because of it and kind of build a virtuous cycle when it comes to product sizing Ai. What are the competitive advantages there? What will companies who are sort of good at this stuff for lack of better terms do that committee? The losing companies won't sure I think the biggest thing around productized the. Ai Is if the product is successful. And you know you're end-consumer Sumer really enjoys using it. It will essentially say really improve the overall brand of the company and of the product itself. So I think as as you know if you take something like Amazon for instance where you have all this. Ai Embedded into the purchase process recommending items and. It almost seems like it knows you better than yourself. And it's easy to use so I think that's another key elements you can have a embedded into a product but it also has to be easy to use the. Aarp is really the piece that people see. They don't really see what's behind the scenes with all the machine learning algorithms and all the the data science that's gone into so it's kind of a balance between you know a novel products a popular product. Something that's also very easy to use. And then I would say lastly having a feedback mechanism within the product. Or maybe even in the service so that as people are using it you're getting feedback data from it and you're essentially so using it to improve the next iteration of the product or service and would be sort of this. This seems to me obviously like a set of skills. Set of frameworks works for working on projects on products. That would sort of help. One company may be spin the flywheel faster than others. What maybe would enable that culture what you're articulating feels like a way of working set of skills away of teamwork that maybe as a strategic differentiator in addition to just purely collecting more data? What our company's is GonNa do that master that part of the game? Obviously that's that's tough in the enterprise right. A lot of this is really different in terms of workflow culture. How do we get there? What are those folks doing that? Let's mm-hmm pull ahead and really develop those those new methods through. I think the organizations that are successful today and you know thinking into the future really done a good the job of thinking about not just as a like an IT project or technology project. They're really thinking about it at a very strategic level and it's from C. level executives all the way down. So you have you have. Leadership support in all levels of the organization and the organization has made a big effort to to move the direction. So I think it really starts at the top and you have to you have to infuse new organization. I think the other thing too is that organizations really succeed when their data scientists are working with product with sales marketing with regulatory in healthcare for instance having all of those diverse stakeholders at the table when the ideas are being generated. And when you know when people are trying to understand the problems and pain points to create solutions. That's very key. We find.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"Where it last week from Abigail Gwyn and we've previously heard from leaders at cognizant and from Ernst and young all of whom have had different takes on how to a stay ahead of the game when it comes to artificial intelligence this week we speak with a machine learning and data science? VP at United Health Group. Alon Kasi has. That's exactly that role. United Health for those of you. Who aren't aware is a firm with over two hundred twenty billion dollars in annual revenue so very large firm from? That's been around around for quite some time. So you'RE GONNA perspective is that of someone who's within large existing company and he lan Speaks with us about his take on how artificial intelligence eligible can be leveraged for competitive advantage and he talks both about how to build kind of a flywheel of data which he articulates quite well in terms of how businesses can serve build golden edge over their competitors as well as building on kind of core capabilities we often referred to as critical capabilities here at emerge? So hope you'll enjoy this episode if you're also existing business. And you're looking to get started with a I even if they I wasn't necessarily in the DNA of your company and be sure to download our report called beginning with this is three critical insights for getting started with adopting artificial intelligence or reducing risk the report can be found at EMC R. J. that's emerged E. M. E. R. J. dot dot com slash B. E. G. One. That's B e g like begin and then of one sort of EMC RJ slash of BG. One and you can download that sample for pediatric port without further ADO. We're GONNA fly into this episode with Ilan Kasi the vice president of data science and machine learning United Health Group. Let's hop right it.

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"unitedhealth group" Discussed on KCBS All News

"What keeps thirteen year old Oscar server it's coming back every year in the fall it's kinda nice just to be and sometimes in a room you're limited to it's just as many as you can in San Francisco channeling the CBS on we go to Wall Street a turbulent day bear Jason Brooks at the super micro Intel money death records keep falling on Wall Street as fed chair Jerome Powell continues to set the stage for central bank rate cut at the end of this month the Dow industrials top twenty seven thousand for the first time and the S. and P. touched three thousand for the second straight day the Dow rose two hundred twenty seven points to twenty seven thousand eighty eight the nasdaq down six points at eighty one ninety six and the S. and P. up six points at a fraction under three thousand Powell has spent the week warning Congress about growing uncertainty over the economy but the job market continues to look strong and inflation nudged higher first time unemployment claims fell to a three month low on a drop of thirteen thousand to two hundred nine thousand and the government says core consumer inflation stripping out gas and food rose three tenths of a percent in June from the prior month the strongest gain in a year and a half health care stocks led the market higher after the trump administration reversed course and withdrew plans to eliminate rebates from government drug plans a move that would have been a red flag for the pharmaceutical industry pharmacy benefit managers and other players in the industry saw a big stock gains as a result led by sickness CVS UnitedHealth group and humana Jason Brooks CBS news the.

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