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  • 00:58

    Right Care Radio

    in Health

    Right Care Clinic is a leader in providing primary care, urgent care, pediatric, geriatric, and mobile medicine in the southern Middle Tennessee area. Our staff is dedicated to being available to answer the questions health care consumers may have. This podcast is designed to establish a dialogue between health care providers and health care consumers.

  • Canadian Moto Show with Brent Worrall

    in Sports

     


    The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 pm eastern and can be found here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com The 2015 Rockstar Nationals are now in the books and we will look back on the season and catch up with some the major players.


    Rockstar OTSFF' Yamaha Matt Goerke got the job done and will wear the number one plate in 2016. Matt will check in with this weeks show along with MX-101 Yamaha's Jimmy Decotis. 


    We also look forward to going over the amazing 24th annual Parts Canada Walton Trans Can. We will chat with Ryan Lockhart who got the job done on his Maple Ridge Motorsports Kawasaki winning his 7th Trans Can title. Our KTM rider profile this week is none other than Walton Raceway Trans Can Supermini and Schoolboy Champion Tanner Ward.


    Our friend Mechanic turned Pro rider 'Donk' Scott Donkersgoed will also get the show up to speed on his efforts at this years Trans Can. We are also very much looking forward to setting up the upcoming Fall Arenacross Series as well as Provincial Championships that are winding down. BigSteelBox rider Riley Heinrichs who won a CMRC South Series title this season is headed to Texas to race and will also join this weeks show.


    We are hoping to have you join us and we promise to continue our ever popular Canadian Moto Show giveaways teamed up with MXP Magazine 2UNDR, Ryno Power Sports Supplements, and The Legends Of Canadian Motocross. All you have to do is tune in and call in to win when the gate drops on giveaways. Log in hit up the entertaining interactive chat board and Lets Go Racing.


     

  • 00:03

    Health Care Marketing Ideas

    in Marketing

    Health care success is heavily dependent on word of mouth. We know that people tend to turn to their family and friends for recommendations whenever they have a health problem, and we have the best plan to make this work in your favor.


    Word of mouth occurs naturally, but, as any other advertising phenomenon, it can also be efficiently kick-started and controlled by a marketer. Social interactions have massively changed in recent years by the use of social media platforms - and the type of content that gets shared most often on social media is video. If you want people to talk about your health care business, you need video content to get the conversation started.


    But, when it comes to health care professionals, there’s more to video content than just creating a shareable piece. The best health care marketing ideas are those that create a personal connection. Let's be honest - most people are terrified by their first visit to a new doctor - even if it's a regular checkup or a routine verification. A video is a chance to establish a connection before actually meeting the doctor. A video can help a patient set their mind at ease plus make them comfortable. For you, as this is more than advertising: it’s a great opportunity to introduce yourself, and to share your first smile with future patients. Thus, when you actually meet them in person, they’ll already be more relaxed and more willing to trust you.


    Health care marketing ideas are not as much about marketing, as about direct, interpersonal, human to human communication. Our videos can make your business stand out and help highlight its personality and its appeal – so that people contact you with a smile on their faces. We know the competition is tough, and we can give you the tools to get ahead of them in no time. 

  • Health Care Marketing Ideas

    in Marketing

    Health care success is heavily dependent on word of mouth. We know that people tend to turn to their family and friends for recommendations whenever they have a health problem, and we have the best plan to make this work in your favor.


    Word of mouth occurs naturally, but, as any other advertising phenomenon, it can also be efficiently kick-started and controlled by a marketer. Social interactions have massively changed in recent years by the use of social media platforms - and the type of content that gets shared most often on social media is video. If you want people to talk about your health care business, you need video content to get the conversation started.


    But, when it comes to health care professionals, there’s more to video content than just creating a shareable piece. The best health care marketing ideas are those that create a personal connection. Let's be honest - most people are terrified by their first visit to a new doctor - even if it's a regular checkup or a routine verification. A video is a chance to establish a connection before actually meeting the doctor. A video can help a patient set their mind at ease plus make them comfortable. For you, as this is more than advertising: it’s a great opportunity to introduce yourself, and to share your first smile with future patients. Thus, when you actually meet them in person, they’ll already be more relaxed and more willing to trust you.


    Health care marketing ideas are not as much about marketing, as about direct, interpersonal, human to human communication. Our videos can make your business stand out and help highlight its personality and its appeal – so that people contact you with a smile on their faces. We know the competition is tough, and we can give you the tools to get ahead of them in no time.

  • 00:50

    Hijacking Health Care in North America

    in Health

    Join your host, Rebecca Girouard and Co-host, Mary Robbins, as they explore the ongoing challenges regulatory bodies have on natural health care and the ability to openly share information.


    We'll be covering topics of how Dr's are not allowed to promote natural products to support healing, and that only drugs can "cure".  Regulatory bodies require compliance.


    The industrialization of food production has cost North America it's health, even though back in the Nixon years, it was about putting food in bellies.


    How can we be compliant with the rules and regulations that regulatory bodies are emposing on the wellness industry?  The wellness industry is a trillion dollar business.  How do we help others?


    This is sure to be a provocative conversation!

  • Taking Care of our Aging Parents

    in Self Help

    Nurse next door is able to care for your loved ones with care levels ranging from companionship right up to Nursing and end of life care.


    David and Luci Shaw are excited to be able to bring senior and their families the peace of mind they nedd through focused, personalized home care services.  Our talent is caring and as such, our goal is to make lives better one visit at a time.

  • 00:06

    Take Good Care of YOU!

    in Health

    It is very important that you press the pause button at some point in your day and check in with yourself. Pamper yourself. Do something fun, exciting, or relaxing that is going to be of benefit to you. Your health matters!

  • 01:02

    Health Care: Who Pays and Who Cares

    in Health

    Tonight Dr Jonas discusses payment in health care.  Who pays and Who cares?  We'll go through the usual Twittere and Blog review with comments along the way.


    Is Direct Prmary Care really the answer to all the questions about payment reform in primary care?


    We'll peruse the updoming "Unsummit" in the Dayton area on the way through this show.  Tune in and join our chat room too.

  • 00:45

    How to Get the Health Care you Deserve - with Lawrence Lazarus, MD

    in Health

    Getting the best medical care possible for yourself and those you love can be challenging, especially when you realize that medical bills are the number one cause of bankruptcy, and medical and hospital errors account for more yearly deaths than car accidents. 


    When his elderly aunt developed depression and Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Lawrence Lazarus saw firsthand how America's fragmented healthcare system could endanger his patients' lives. He recognized the importance of being assertive, proactive and of having a trusted healthcare advocate and a dedicated physician to coordinate and assure the best care possible.


    In this interview Dr. Lazarus will share his lifetime of personal and professional experience with patients.  His book Getting the Healthcare You Deserve in America's Broken Healthcare System offers practical advice about the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). The book also explains how to reduce healthcare costs and overcome psychological barriers to recognizing early signs of illness. We will also talk about how to find and keep the best physician.


    Through working with patients, he has seen the importance of understanding how America's complicated and sometimes adversarial health system works and the need for patients and their families to take more control and responsibility for their healthcare.


     

  • In Sickness and Health: A Couple's Final Journey

    in Health

    Conversations In Care with Tami Neumann


    Welcome to the radio program that refelects the power of conversation.  Through this simple act, we can create a community of support, develop a course of action and begin to build the bridge to honest  & Compassionate communication.


    Tonight's Guests:


    Chris MacLellan, host of Healing Ties ~ Chris takes time to share with us his story of In Sickness and Health.  Chris's story of his journey with his partner was shared fearlessly with the community through a seies of srticles in the Sun Sentinel.  Listen in as we talk about this journey.


    The Fischer Report - With Tony Fischer ~ Tony brings us fresh news from the health care industry


    Conversations In Care on Facebook


    Conversations In Care on Twitter

  • 00:17

    Perfecting Health in the Millenneum

    in Health

    The news is filled with stories about Ebola, and breast cancer gets a lot of press too. Would it surprise you to know that neither makes the list of the 10 deadliest diseases? Even more surprising, perhaps, is that several of the deadliest diseases, including the number one killer in the world, are at least partially preventable. Where a person lives, access to preventive care, and quality of healthcare all factor into their risk.  Some of the most prevalent disease states suchs as Heart Disease, Cancer, COPD, CVA-Stroke and Alzeihemers disease are preventable if you consider some healthy Lifestyle changes now. Tune In!!