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On this week's edition of HealthCare Consumerism Radio, hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field are live in the studio for a discussion on trends in population health management and how changes toward a consumer-centric health care model are affecting all stakeholders in the system.
For the first segment on today's program, the hosts welcome Jack Curtis, founder and chief executive officer of Corporate Health Partners, to the show. A speaker at this June's FORUM & Expo, the chair of the Leadership Committee at HERO and an overall thought leader in health management, Jack discusses some of the latest trends in corporate wellness today. Jack and the hosts also cover the content of this June's FORUM & Expo general session, recent HERO research and how to engage the C-suite in corporate wellness efforts.
The second guest on this week's show is Robin Hooker, the director of healthcare marketing for UPS, a global leader in logistics. In this segment, Robin and the hosts discuss how the shift toward patient-centric care is affecting all participants in the health care system. Today, patients are choosing more direct-to-home deliveries; walk-in clinics, such as CVS Minute Clinic and MedPost Urgent Care, are on the rise; the middle class and aging populations in emerging markets are growing. These are impacting the health care supply chain immensely. With health care consumerism on the rise globally, logistics partners are required to innovate now more than ever to ensure a safe end-to-end shipping experience for biologics, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and more.
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Jim Prince, a native of Central Michigan with over 20 years of fire and rescue service experience spent about 6 months in New Orleans first as a Volunteer Firefighter then as a Logistics Generalist for FEMA.
Jim will recount his experiences in the shattered region and provide fascinating insight into events and occurrences.
Jim had some amazing experiences with FEMA in various ways which he will share. On this show we will focus on aspects of the infrastructure, how the federal/state/local resources may have been better deployed…and provide significant insight into the balance of the three key governmental entities.
Cary and Gretchen will be hosting…we encourage folks to call in and share their feelings…See ya there!
If you don’t like FEMA…call in…ask some questions or share your anger…Call in and lets crawl into the controversy…necessary or not…open discussion is a catharsis…let’s get ‘er done!
Author Cary Black wrote an epoch novel of American heroism called Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin’. The book tells the real story of the worst natural disaster to hit the United States. It chronicles the stories of the people who were on the ground savings lives, the people who were reaching out to rescue the millions of abandoned animals, and the people who survived and heroically came back, dug in, and rebuilt their lives from the chaos. The stories reflect the thoughts of regular folks having to fight for their lives and finding heroism in their souls as they struggled to deal with the enormity of the storm.
The book tells these peoples stories in a way that makes the reader realize how far reaching the depth of this tragedy was...Never to be forgotten
On today's program we answer the following questions.
Business Question: Should I still use e-mail marketing and what's the best way to manage it?
Legal Question: What is an Affidavit of Merit and why is it important?
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Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder will recap the 4/15/2015 Moreno Valley City Council Meeting.
Since January, we have been airing a series of what you could call informal, off the cuff interviews with a number of executives and experts from various areas of the procurement world, regarding what I would consider to be the three most important questions in our industry for 2015.
While there are certainly more questions regarding the procurement world than the ones I will be posing to our guest today, these three have been the most prominant for my listeners and readers.
Here are the three questions:
1. In his latest book Dr. Robert Handfield talked about the definite and definitive break between older or past generation procurement professionals and the new, emerging generation. In short, he indicates that everything that has been done and learned in the past will not be useful to this next generation of procurement pros?
2. The emergence of eCommerce and the mobile supply chain - what does it mean in terms of technology, practice and ultimately impact and influence?
3. Is there a difference between the public and private sector procurement practice in this brave new world?
Joining me today is Thomas W. Derry, who is Chief Executive Officer of Institute for Supply Management® (ISM)® in Tempe, Arizona.
I would once again like to welcome from Buyers Meeting Point to share information of this week's events and news from the world of purchasing, Kelly Barner.
NOTE: This week's recommended webinar topics include the application of analytics at law firms (Rosslyn Analytics), inventory management (Supply Chain Insights), and engaging your contingent workforce (Sourcing Interests Group/Allegis). In this week's guest audio, Charles Dominick, President of the Next Level Purchasing Association shares the overall findings of their 2015 Procurement Salary Survey.
The full video, which was recorded at eWorld last month, referred to as the Big Procurement Debate, is available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUzO1t3hgI8
Share your thought's on what you believe is The Future of Procurement on Twitter using the hashtag #FutureBuy
Be sure to visit the Buyers Meeting Point website @ http://buyersmeetingpoint.com
Earlier this year ThomasNet and the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) announced the winners of their first "30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars" Recognition Program, a jointly sponsored initiative to advance the future of the supply chain profession. At age 30 or younger, these outstanding professionals have made significant contributions to their organizations, professional associations and the industry at large.
Today we welcome two of these young rising stars Leah Halvorson and Wesley Whitney, along with ThomasNet's Kristin Carty to the show as we focus on “why they chose to become procurement professionals, where do they see themselves headed in terms of the future, and what has being part of the 30 Under 30 program meant to them from both a personal and career standpoint.”
By the way, and courtesy of Inbound Logistics, you can learn more about these two exceptional young professionals, as well as check out the other Top 30 Under 30 selections by clicking on their names within this program guide.
This Week in Economics is real time forecasting and analysis of the previous week's economic activities.The longest running programme of its type on Internet Radio and the Bostonred Network(bostonred.org)
Esta semana en la economía es la predicción en tiempo real y análisis de actividades.El económica de la semana anterior programa de más larga duración de su tipo en la radio por Internet y la red Bostonred Network.
Movement: To pass from one place to another, to go from one place of residence to the other; to advance or progress. to transfer from one position to the other.
Though you may be standing in a vast sea of knowledge, without movement the waters will remain still.
Many apostolic people have delved into understanding the logistics of apostolic characteristics and function. There is still much more to be desired by way of the depth of understanding in this regard, but being filled with knowledge without action and the movement of the believer, Kingdom advancement & assignments cannot be entirely fulfilled.
Apostolic leaders are pushed by the Spirit to invoke action among Kingdom citizens. This is precision, and understanding of the apostolic blueprint and boldness to go in directions that are not traditional.
Join me and my special guest Apostle Javon R Bertrand as we release, by the Spirit of the Lord, tools to catapult every kingdom citizen forward.