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The relative high cost and poor outcomes of the US healthcare system as compared to the rest of the developed world is well documented. In his first Inaugural Address, President Obama promised to “wield technology’s wonders” to improve the quality and lower the cost of medical care in America. This hasn’t happened. The benefits IT has brought to most every industry, hasn’t been witnessed in the medical industry. This may be because best practices for developing IT solutions simply don't take into consideration what needs to go into building successful medical products and treatment approaches.
I’ve seen this gap – and the consequences it can cause – while building and deploying hardware-based tools and software applications, including EMR and ERP systems, for a variety of industries.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 4th at 6pm EST, we discuss what needs to be done to bridge the gap between IT product development and the medical community’s need for evidence-based research and clinical trials.
We’ll also discuss a project I’m working on in researching Personal Health Records, or PHR systems, as an effort to tailor IT product development best practices to meet healthcare’s intrinsic needs from new products and treatments. If successful, the approach may change how Health IT solution are develop throughout the industry.
Join Us tomorrow @ 6pm EST right here! & Join the conversation on twitter @techtodayradio, our blog, or FB. Listeners are also invited to call us Live on Air @ 646-652-4385.
As I was looking into Liberty Health Share I wanted to know how they could keep medical costs down and reduce my out of pocket expenses, and yet stay solvent? Dale Bellis is the Executive Director of Liberty Health Share. He told me about the law of large numbers and computer algorithms.
And yes, he said last year every members monthly share fee that they pay dropped 50-dollars. For more on the 3 medical cost sharing programs offered by Liberty Health Share, go to liberty health share dot-org slash John Daly. Stay informed Not Inflamed.
ENVISION THIS: A technology that heats and cools homes, increases comfort, saves money, and benefits the environment all in one.
Our guest, Adam BarkerHoyt of Maine Alternative Comfort, sees the efficiency and savings offered by minisplit heat pump technology as something that can substantively benefit people, the environment and the economy. He and his team use their 40 years of combined experience in fields of energy, math, and science to educate customers, and training subcontractors to install the minisplit heat pumps.
Maine Alternative Comfort has installed 700 heat pumps in Maine homes, including that of the energy guru, Dick Hill, Professor Emeritus of the mechanical engineering department, and the governor’s mansion. Heat pumps are easy to install, easy to operate and save on energy costs. Adam says, “A typical homeowner in Maine spends roughly $3,000 per year in oil, kerosene, propane, or electric heat. But, a simple retrofit can cut these costs in half! With a savings of $1,500 per year and an initial cost of $3,000, Fujitsu minisplit heat pumps pay themselves off in 2 years... resulting in thousands of dollars of savings, increased energy security, and a greener environment.”
The best part is they can be installed in just a couple of hours and operated at the push of a button.
If you are one of the nearly 107 million Americans struggling with high cholesterol then this interview is for you! Dr. Janet Brill will join me to talk about her book Cholesterol Down. Not only will she discuss her 10 simple steps to lowering cholesterol in just four weeks, she will also share with you what she deems “Miracle Foods”. Take control of your health without the risks of statin drugs by listening to this life changing interview.
Dr. Janet is a nationally recognized expert in the field of health, wellness and cardiovascular disease prevention and is frequently sought after by the media as a trusted source of nutrition and fitness information. Janet holds master’s degrees in both nutrition and exercise physiology and a doctorate in exercise physiology. Dr. Janet is the author of two books, Cholesterol Down (2007) and Prevent a Second Heart Attack (Feb. 2011) as well as Nutrition Together (2010), a healthy eating and weight loss program available at all Fitness Together personal training studios, worldwide. Dr. Janet “practices what she preaches,” having completed four marathons and countless 5K, 10K and half-marathon charity road races. She also enjoys swimming, winter sports and weight training. A “semi-vegetarian” for over fifteen years (she eats fish) Dr. Brill supports the notion of following mainly a plant-based Mediterranean-style diet for good health and longevity.
On this edition of ALI: Nation we will go in on staying in honor. What is honor? What does that mean? How does honor apply to the ongoing onslot of brutality and out right disrespect to many of the community members - in particular melanated members of our communities?
Was the recent shooting in St. Louis "justifiable?" Former or Ex-Police Chief speaks out with apology!?!? Only 50 days later - no biggie.
Obama addresses racial and domestic terrorism in his own Obama presidential way at the CBC Foundation.
Also - Malala Yousafzai a pakistani teenager receives the Noble Peace Prize AND Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks about wages for women - plus much more!
We will be going to the phone lines early on this edition of ALI: Nation
Promiscuity can be risky, but did you know that regular sex, as part of a stable, monogamous relationship, can actually be good for your health? Research has shown that even a modest love-making routine can help routine can help control weight, lower cholesterol, improve heart health, manage pain and reduce stress. Sex, according to my guest this week Judy Gaman is one of 10 critical components of overall health far too often over looked by people whose busy lifestyles are interfering with their well being. Tune in this Wednesday to find out what a lack of interest in sex may indicate the link between regular sex and a good memory, which foods are natural libido enhancers and so much more!
Judy Gaman is a professional speaker, published author and a health and wellness expert at Executive Medicine of Texas. Through her presentations, she has a unique way of taking her audience on a mental journey and leaving them inspired to share their new found knowledge with others. Gaman has a degree in Health Sciences and Clinical Research Administration from the prestigious George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Judy Gaman is the author of Stay Young 10- Proven Steps to Ultimate Health. For more information on Judy, please visit: www.judygaman.com
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