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As we keep a record, or become aware of our choices in some other way, we see where we are putting our time. Are we spending time on the things we say we want or elsewhere? Are we making choices that bring us closer to our goals, or are we not? Being accountable to ourselves and our dreams will keep us focused on where we want to be. Also if we are not spending our time how we want to, we are then given the opportunity to relook at what we want. Are our dreams ours or someone else's. Accountability ups our awareness and gets things really clear.
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We have talked about having awareness of what needs to change. Then how willing are we to change. Connecting to ourselves and getting clear. Having compassion for what we see in ourselves and others. Now we discuss holding ourselves accountable to all we have discovered and taking steps forward towards the new us. What changes are we practicing? Are we setting ourselves up for a sucessful outcome? When we are accountable and take inventory of our actions, we can see how we are making better choices and moving forward. With this awareness will come confidence in moving forward and continuing our journey toward freedom and our dreams.
Being a colleg student comes with it being responsible. You're an adult and your education is yours and yours alone. Being accountable and responsible for your education can be difficult to understand until you are in the throws of a situation with your roommate, professor, or classmate.
Tonight's episode shares tips for transitioning into a responsible college student. It goes beyond being safe on campus and hanging with trustworthy people to really knowing how to navigate the multitude of situations that occur both inside and outside the classroom. Again, the education you receive is yours and yours alone. You are in charge of more than you realize and you also have the ability to handle it all.
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The Affordable Care Act has changed the health care system in a number of ways. One of the changes is the advent of the Accountable Care Organization. This edition of The Fischer Report will focus on Accountable Care Organizations and explain how the changes will affect your health care providers. We will also provide links to online resources to help further your understanding of this this complex system.
We have prepared an online companion to our show highlighting this weeks topic here.
Today i talk about The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 6 "Always Accountable"
“Always Accountable” (S6.Ep6) Is anyone ever held accountable on this show? Maybe more importantly, who said “Help” at the end? Jack, Matt, and Mike give their viewpoints on this spacious episode. Join us on Tuesday evenings for our live recording. Become a Jay and Jack Patron! Check out their Patreon page for more information at […]
On the Wednesday, March 21st, 2012 broadcast at 11AM Pacific and 2PM Eastern, we'll examine headlines in the news and drill into some of the more interesting developments.
While we do in fact live in 'very' interesting times by anyone standards, clearly the 'elephant in the room' narrative of the Supreme Court's consideration of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, coupled with the frontal and oblique challenges to the efficacy of the 'accountable care organization' model and its prospects for success, can't be overstated.
My most recent post is titled 'They Shoot Horses Don't They?' a poignant movie from the 60s which draws from a dark metaphor of a depression era marathon dance contest and the limits of human endurance.
The connection is made in as much as some are suggesting that 'the system' is incapable of change, and the the revolution must come from without, i,e, via patients, since the special interests are too invested and addicted to the $2.7 trillion in the health care trough.
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On the Wednesday July 24th 2013 broadcast at 12 noon Pacific/3PM Eastern my special guest is thought leader and advocate for patient centric healthcare Leonard Kish, aka @LeonardKish progenitor of the 'Patient Engagement is the Blockbuster Drug of Century' characterization by Dave Chase.
In a recent blog post Leonard equated the push into ACOs as the equivalent of the new, new thing i.e., the 'new OS' in moving the needle forward in our quest for the 'triple aim'.
Tying comments from Jam Hansen on the disruptive nature of ACOS, i.e., 'Value-based care is a transformational journey, not a backend contract driven program that you overlay onto your existing delivery system organization’s people, processes and technologies and expect different results” to a Microsoft value proposition analogy made by Tim O'reily Leonard notes:
'..the OS abstracts away the difficulty in managing all the devices and processes the computer runs so applications can focus on what the user wants to do. When Microsoft entered the market in the 80s that was their value proposition, simplicity for developing new applications by abstracting away the other processes. Health care, under value-based payment, will soon have the same opportunity.'
Leonard is a deep and insightful thinker in the space, our previous discussion of his take was in the form of 'dark matter in healthcare: patient goals'.
Join us for an informative chat!
Adoption has become a popular trend across the globe. Though it may seem like the "in" thing to do to many, to the thousands of children in the system this is serious. They are being tossed around from family to family with no consideration for their feelings or emotional well-being. Children who exit and reenter multiple times in a year are counted only once. Due to rounding of the original AFCARS source data and to missing data, some percentages do not add up to 100 percent, or the estimated numbers do not add up to the total number in the category.
Point in Time.
Of the estimated 402,378 children in foster care on September 30, 2013:
?42 percent were White.
?24 percent were Black or African-American.
?22 percent were Hispanic (of any race).
?9 percent were other races or multiracial.
3 percent were unknown or unable to be determined