How Major Changes in the U.S. Healthcare System Are Impacting MedTech Companies with Monish Rajpal

How Major Changes in the U.S. Healthcare System Are Impacting MedTech Companies  with Monish Rajpal

as we all know there is a pretty dramatic change happening in the US healthcare market and it’s driven not just by health care reform and lately potential changes to do the original reform itself but also by the broader fundamentals of health care itself where for a long time we’ve been using an increasing […]

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Funny Prayer about Getting Old at the Caregiver of the Year Dinner

Funny Prayer about Getting Old at the Caregiver of the Year Dinner

Before dinner is served, I would like to invite our dear friend Mary Maxwell to the podium. We are so happy that she can be here tonight and we are honored to have her deliver tonight’s invocation. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Mary Maxwell. [Applause] Ladies and gentlemen, as a new client of Home Instead […]

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What Is Value-Based Health Care?

What Is Value-Based Health Care?

[Music] Value-based healthcare at its roots understands that not all healthcare is created equally. What we’re trying to do was find ways where we can increase quality and decrease cost. What we’re trying to do with Coordinate and deliver services really on a whole person level. We’re trying to take a look at the person […]

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What Greater Role Can Evidence-Based Management Play in Healthcare?

I’m Tony Kovner, a Professor of Healthcare Management at the Wagner School. I’ve been involved for the last ten years studying something called evidence-based management And, it’s a concept that came from medicine — evidence-based medicine — where the idea was that any medical intervention should have a positive, predictable impact on somebody’s health. So, […]

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Having radiotherapy for breast cancer – Part One: Preparing for Treatment

Having radiotherapy for breast cancer – Part One: Preparing for Treatment

I was told I would need radiotherapy after surgery but the cancer had spread to my lymph nodes so I needed chemotherapy in between so I was new radiotherapy was on the cards it’s something that kept me going through chemotherapy I knew that this was the last little hurdle so I was keen to […]

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Faces of Breast Cancer

Faces of Breast Cancer

Laura: Just minding my own business, doing my work for the day, reached across, felt the pain… Jenny: Weird pains in my legs. KayMaree: A lump. Evelyn: A lump. Amy: Small tumor. Jenny: Lymph node tumor. Mary: …and I thought I had a bruise because it hurt. And when I felt it, I felt a […]

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An Arrest is Not a Solution

An Arrest is Not a Solution

The role of law enforcement – and it may be ironic saying this – is not enforcement. We can arrest everybody. But what sense does it do? It puts them into a system without the needed help. So if we can get them treatment first and divert them, we see a dramatic change in some […]

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Avoiding Cost Surprises | Health Insurance Made Clear

Avoiding Cost Surprises | Health Insurance Made Clear

♪ Welcome, we’re glad you chose UnitedHealthcare. When you know how, managing your benefits and getting the care you need can be as easy as a walk in the park. We’ll learn about two things that can help you avoid cost surprises: Understanding how to use your UnitedHealthcare network and when you need referrals. ♪ […]

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Healthcare Basics: Simulation and Data

Healthcare Basics: Simulation and Data

In this final Healthcare Basics video, we’re going to cover running a simulation and getting data from your simulation model. We actually run the simulation using the simulation control bar. Reset refreshes the model, and must be done before each new simulation run. When you press the Run button, your model springs to life and […]

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The Keys to Private HEALTHCARE in SINGAPORE – VisualPolitik EN

The Keys to Private HEALTHCARE in SINGAPORE – VisualPolitik EN

A political threat looms over much of the world. Developed countries as well as many emerging countries, as in China’s case, are beginning to see the effects that demographic aging and many public services’ unsustainability can cause with increasing concern. Along with pensions, health is another of the fields that generate the most uncertainties and […]

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