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Join our discussion as we analyze the problems surrounding our healthcare system in the United States. We will discuss topics such as the rising cost in medical care, the lack of physician available, cost of prescription drugs, the major difference in a one payor system and universal care. Also we will discuss billing methods and copays, deductibles and co-insurance. We hope to educate the public on healthcare procedures and laws and hopefully this will lead us towards a better healthcare system.
In this episode of Prison Wives United, I will introduce myself and explain why I chose to start this. I will discuss what I've been through, and future plans for this show. I plan to do this weekly, and each week I will feature a specific discussion in hopes of getting you all to participate. I will have a friend of mine who will close us in prayer. The show will be nothing without yall, so I hope you plan to listen and join in on the conversation. Check me out on Instagram @prisonwivesunited for daily inspiration, and uplifting posts. <3
Strength is contagious. Let's unite together.
3 Generations & Over 55 Years Of Imprisonment
Tai Zen is a 3rd generation prisoner in his family.
His family had to endure the pain of incarceration and suffering across 3 generations of men spanning 3 different countries across the globe.
Between his grandfather, father, older brother, and his self, they will have spent a total of over 55 years in prison and over 95% of that incarceration time was done by his older brother, “Chop” and himself.
However, the mental, physical, and spiritual suffering that they all endured regardless of the reason why they were thrown in prison are all the same.
Today’s Prisons Have No Bars, Walls, Gun Towers, & Razor Wire
His imprisonment gave him the unique insight to experience and truly understand the nature of human “imprisonment” and “freedom”.
The prison he was in was very obvious because it had nasty steel bars, vicious razor wires, relentless perimeter trucks, trigger happy armed guards, overbearing watch towers, invisible motion sensors, etc. to ensure he could not escape.
However, as he looked at the supposedly “free” world around him after his release from prison, he began to notice the horrors of the “invisible” shackles and chains that imprisoned everyone around him.
His movement is to create freedom from self imposed prisons.
America’s healthcare system has been in a downward spiral for years, and NOW its time to restore the doctor-patient relationship by bringing healthcare back to the way it was meant to be through Direct Access Medicine… Simply, Better Healthcare.
This is for all of us and we need you to get involved and let your voice be heard.
Each week on, Taking Back America’s Healthcare, listen LIVE as we highlight medical news that not only exposes the problems within our system but also provides Real solutions that will help you get the healthcare you deserve.
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The dark side revolves around the fact that people don’t talk about how when we are sick, how badly we treat those that take care of us. But it’s also a matter of how providers communicate with patients when they are to the point where patience is thin. Good healthcare is based upon communication and is a creative process and it involves understanding. Sometimes it involves seeing things from a different perspective. A trend that I’ve noticed as a patient and as a provider is that neither patient nor provider tends to acknowledge or express that there is a conflict. This is Counter productive and Unpleasant for both parties.
Healthcare Whisperer welcomes Margery Parker and Carolyn Parker owners of Cahoon Care Associates, a home healthcare agency. The company's main objective is to provide quality home health aides and caregivers to families. The focus and mission is to provide the best match possible between aide and client.
They started the business after experiencing the down side of home aides with a family member. They thought, "we can do this better." That was the start of the journey.
Tune in to find out how they got started, what the pitfalls were and wonderful stories that will make you laugh and cry.
Curtis and Nancy Petrey came to visit. They have been in ministry for decades. Obviously, they have lots of awesome testimonies to share. Curtis pulled a picture of Jesus out of his bible and began to share with me how he obtained it. He got it in prison. Here is his testimony.
Human rights organizations, as well as political and social ones, are condemning what they are calling a new form of inhumane exploitation in the United States, where they say a prison population of up to 2 million – mostly Black and Hispanic – are working for various industries for a pittance. For the tycoons who have invested in the prison industry, it has been like finding a pot of gold. They don’t have to worry about strikes or paying unemployment insurance, vacations or comp time. All of their workers are full-time, and never arrive late or are absent because of family problems; moreover, if they don’t like the pay of 25 cents an hour and refuse to work, they are locked up in isolation cells.
There are approximately 2 million inmates in state, federal and private prisons throughout the country. According to California Prison Focus, “no other society in human history has imprisoned so many of its own citizens.” The figures show that the United States has locked up more people than any other country: a half million more than China, which has a population five times greater than the U.S. Statistics reveal that the United States holds 25% of the world’s prison population, but only 5% of the world’s people. From less than 300,000 inmates in 1972, the jail population grew to 2 million by the year 2000. In 1990 it was one million. Ten years ago there were only five private prisons in the country, with a population of 2,000 inmates; now, there are 100, with 62,000 inmates. It is expected that by the coming decade, the number will hit 360,000, according to reports.
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