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  • 00:30

    Understanding Palliative Care Coordination

    in Health

    eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst spoke to Dr. John Guarneri, Chairman of Healthcare and Spirituality, Florida Hospital and a caregiver panel about key issues and gaps in palliative care coordination and ways to rectify them.

  • 00:19

    Leveraging Care Density: A New Way to Measure and Enhance Care Coordination

    in Health

    In an increasingly fragmented health care system, there is a need to understand the coordination of physicians involved in patients’ care to optimize quality of care and patient safety. Listen as Dr. Karen Kinder, Executive Director, Johns Hopkins ACG® System, explains the importance of care coordination and information sharing among physicians and how leveraging care density metrics can affect the health of your members and the financial well-being of your health plan. 


  • Caregiver Talk Live with Kim Shea of Shea Companions

    in Caregiving

    Kim Shea and guest host Erica West Smalley chat about caregiving and senior care coordination. Erica is the owner of A Hand to Hold, an organization that specializes in senior care coordination. Do you have questions about home care or formal long-term care living? Call in and ask your questions. We want to support you!

  • 01:31

    TS Radio: The Plan to Restore America's Voice with guest David Frank

    in Politics

    Whistleblowers! Is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29 in Washington DC.

    David Frank joins us this morning to discuss the fatal flaws in our system of voting.   What exactly has gone wrong?  Who did it?  How did they do it?  Does your vote matter?

    David will cover the "whodunit" plaguing our voting system then give us a plan that could radically alter not only the way we vote, but how to ensure a fair and honest vote. 




  • 00:44

    Event Planner Training: Casting Vision & Time Management

    in Women

    During this hour with Marnie and special guest, Brandy Hopkins, you’ll discover:

    Success secrets for casting vision and setting attainable goals
    Planning mindsets to insure a successful event
    3 questions to ensure you’re staying on track as you plan
    The key to accessing God’s resources for your needs
    Insider tips for increasing volunteer participation
    Time management strategies to reduce the stresses of event planning
    Primary focal points to keep you true to God all along the way, and
    How to handle a big success without the typical “day-after” depression.

    Brandy Hopkins is a writer, speaker, and a pastor’s wife in Indiana. She has been casting vision and coordinating events in women’s ministry for years and is co-founder of a Faith Based teen girl’s organization. Learn more at http://www.BrandyHopkins.com.

    Marnie Swedberg is the online mentor to over 14,000 leaders from 30 countries, a syndicated radio talk show host, the author of 13 "how-to" books, plus she personally oversees two businesses in the retail and restaurant industries. She consistently shares practical, doable success strategies to shorten your learning curve, increase your productivity, and skyrocket your delight in life. When you think you're too  Learn more at www.Marnie.com.



  • 00:11

    Natural Born Heroes

    in Health

    Christopher McDougall, former foreign correspondent for the Associated Press and bestselling author of Born to Run is joining us to share all about his most recent blockbuster, Natural Born Heroes. Tune in and find out how you can learn movement from Bruce Lee’s left toe and gather strength and coordination from your own ancient body wisdom. You will also discover the best foods to keep your internal workings in tiptop shape… even as you age.

    You won’t want to miss this timely and thought-provoking discussion!

  • 01:00

    Music Rhapsody

    in Current Events

    Our guest this morning is Lynn Kleiner, Founder of Music Rhapsody.

    Lynn is an internationally recognized leader in music education and has been teaching since 1978. She is the founder and director of Music Rhapsody, a music school teaching thousands of children in daycare, preschool and elementary school as well as the Music Rhapsody center since 1983.

    Lynn also offers early childhood music teacher resources, from books and seminars, to a comprehensive early childhood music curriculum. Lynn’s innovative program is based on the Orff Shulwerk philosophy, weaving together dance, movement, singing, and instruments. Visuals, props, and puppets add to the fun. Awarded the prestigious Oppenheim Award, Lynn’s line of Remo instruments are recommended by the National Parenting Association. Her books and CD’s have won the iMedia Award and the Creative Child Award. She is a popular presenter for the American Orff Association, NAEYC, and CAEYC.

    Music Rhapsody is a program created by early childhood development experts and taught by people with advanced degrees in music and education. Every class is geared to exactly where the child is now, from infant, to toddler, to adulthood. Using everything from maracas to piano, the program is proven to help develop motor skills, language, balance, and coordination.

    This morning, we’re going to learn about the Music Rhapsody programs and some of the upcoming special events.


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  • 00:31

    Life Care Planning - The New Concept In Elder Care

    in Caregiving

    Co-hosts Tony Fischer and Brandon Thomson will talk about Life Care Planning and how this new concept is revolutionizing Elder Care. First Attorney Brandon Thomson will discuss the legal aspects of the Life Care Plan and how a synchronized Advanced Directive, Power of Attorney and Estate Plan can protect elders from being taken advantage of by the big healthcare systems.

    Then Elder Care Coordinator Anthony Fischer will talk about how elder care coordination plays a vital role in making sure the Life Care Plan is doing its job. 

    Here is a little more about Life Care Planning via The Elder Care Firm Blog

    The goal of Life Care Planning is to promote and maintain the health, safety, well-being and quality of life of elders. Every Life Care Plan is designed to achieve three primary objectives:

    Make sure the elder gets appropriate care, whether at home or in a residential facility, to maintain the quality of life that he or she desires
    Locate public and private sources to help pay for long-term care while resolving issues created by the high cost of care
    Offer peace of mind that results when the right choices are made to ensure loved ones are safe and getting the right care while preserving family resources

    More about tonight's guests:

    Co-Host and Elder Care Coordinator Anthony Fischer of Elder Advocacy Group Inc.

    Co-Host and Elder Law Attorney Brandon Thomson of The Elder Care Firm


  • 01:30

    Mike Springmann ISIS & AlQaeda

    in Politics

    Hosted by Marti Oakley

    This show is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 27-29 on Washington DC


    J. Michael Springmann served in the United States government as a diplomat with the State Department’s Foreign Service, with postings in Germany, India, and Saudi Arabia. He left federal service and currently practices law in the Washington, DC area.

    Springmann has been published in numerous foreign policy publications, including Covert Action Quarterly, Unclassified, Global Outlook, the Public Record, OpEdNews, and Foreign Policy Journal. He holds a JD from American University, in Washington, DC, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees in international relations from Georgetown University and the Catholic University of America. In 2004, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee recognized Springmann as its Pro Bono Attorney of the Year.


    A former member of the US Foreign Service exposes the truth about American involvement in the training and international movement of Muslim terrorists and subsequent increase in jihadist terrorism

    During the 1980s, the CIA recruited and trained Muslim and other operatives to fight the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Later, the CIA would move those operatives from Afghanistan to the Balkans, and then to Iraq, Libya, and Syria, traveling on illegal US visas. These US-backed and trained fighters would morph into an organization that is synonymous with jihadist terrorism: al-Qaeda.

    J. Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat, names individuals and organizations that deny culpability. He analyzes the effects of a nebulous war on the US economy and infrastructure. After thirteen bloody years, Springmann exposes hypocrisy and deceit wrapped in a sullied flag of patriotism and honor.


  • 00:31

    LIVE From Sao Paulo: Meet Dr. Ana Elisa Siquiera

    in Health

    This week, Fred Goldstein our co-host is in Brazil where he will be conducting an ACO workshop and then presenting a keynote on Creating a Sustainable Health Care System at the ASAP International Population Health Forum. Our Guest on PopHealth Week is Dr. Ana Elisa Siquiera a Director and President of Grupo Santa Celina. She is a physician and has a Masters in Economics and Health as well as an MBA in Strategic Management. In 2013 Ana Elisa was cited by HSM Health Management as one of the 100 most influential persons in healthcare in Brazil.

    Grupo Santa Celina started over 40 years ago with a hospital. They transitioned into a home health care provider and in the past five years began providing population health management services.

    Their population health services include screenings, employee wellness, maternity care, elder care, chronic disease management, care coordination and hospital discharge planning.

    Ana Elisa is an innovator in the field and has recently begun working on establishing an ACO in Brazil.  She is a member of the Board of Directors of ASAP and serves on the International Committee of the Population Health Alliance.

  • 01:00

    Dr. Phyllis Meadows: Leading Community Change in Urban America: Spotlight on Detroit and Flint Michi

    in Management

    Dr. Phyllis Meadows, PhD, MSN, RN, serves as Associate Dean for Practice at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.  Dr. Meadows focuses her efforts on developing a comprehensive strategy for the School to improve the public health workforce and improve the effectiveness of local governmental health agencies and community health services.   She has more than 25 years of experience designing community based health approaches focusing on outreach, health education, program design and evaluation.  


    As a faculty member of the Department of Health Management and Policy, Dr. Meadows develops and teaches courses in public health administration, leadership, public health policy and population health. She has spent a number of years in public workforce development, including the design and coordination of model training methods and content for health professionals and practitioners.

     Dr. Meadows is also a Senior Fellow with the Kresge Foundation, where she advises, develops and guides the programming efforts of the health team.   She is actively involved in the implementation and evaluation of several national public health initiatives designed to build local leadership and community partnerships, to address the health inequities experienced by vulnerable populations across the country.