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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions about how to spend money, time, energy, focus and attention – and ultimately, our life. Every decision is a trade-off against another choice. But how deeply do we contemplate these choices? Are we settling for the default mode? Or are we ruthlessly optimizing around a deliberate life? Host Paula Pant interviews a diverse array of entrepreneurs, early retirees, millionaires, investors, artists, adventurers, scientists, psych ...
 
Battleground Wisconsin is Citizen Action of Wisconsin’s weekly podcast that features the latest political news from the front lines in the embattled state of Wisconsin. The show features: · Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin · Robert Kraig, Executive Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin · Matt Brusky, Deputy Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
The Lipscomb and Pitts Insurance Compliance Director, Sarah Gillespie and a first class ERISA attorney share key Affordable Care Act and compliance hot topics all in 15 minutes or less. This podcast gives interested individuals a short nugget of information on specific benefits compliance items or ACA related topics that will help them better do their job or understand the requirements. Our topics will be specific and brief, and guidance will be provided by a first class ERISA attorney. And ...
 
Conversations with MIT Medical is a monthly series of 10-minute interviews with members of MIT Medical’s staff on a topic of importance to the community of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Topics range from travel vaccines and sexual health, to concerns about the affordable care act and how to cope with a lack of sleep. Curious about whether or not a specific primary care provider is the right one for you? One of our podcasts could help you decide.
 
Are you passionate about helping older people? Maybe you can start your career as an Aged Care worker in Australia. This industry is growing exponentially. The job responsibilities may vary according to the job role. However, there are some requirements to work in this sector. According to the Vulnerable People Act, an employee/volunteer must obtain a Criminal History Check at the time of applying for the job. This ensures that they are fit and proper in taking care of the aged/disabled peop ...
 
Staff at the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems break down what is at stake at the federal level for the US health care system. These experts comb through legislation and policy from Congress and the Administration, as well as the US Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies. Learn more about issues related to health care reform and the Affordable Care Act.
 
As our policy makers, medical experts, and first responders grapple with the choices forced upon us by the novel Coronavirus, doctors and hosts Dr. Zeke Emanuel and Dr. Jonathan Moreno will guide us on the codes of ethics that are the backbone of modern medicine. They will answer the key questions raised by COVID – 19 including “How do we decide who gets a ventilator?” “Who, if anyone, can force you to stay home in the interest of public health” and “When there’s a vaccine, who will get it f ...
 
MediStrategy with Kip Piper offers informative interviews with healthcare leaders and insights on hot business and policy issues in Medicare, Medicaid, and health reform. Health executives, policymakers, entrepreneurs, authors, and other influencers share challenges and opportunities in America’s rapidly changing $3.2 trillion health care system. MediStrategy is hosted by Kip Piper, a national expert on Medicaid, Medicare, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare). An influential consul ...
 
If your job sucks, your boss is Michael Scott and your commute is a pure hell, you have found a home with The Working Experience podcast. John and Matt dissect the modern-day slavery of cubicle life in a self-deprecating humorous way like 2 soulless office drones…oh, and we also interview people who have lived through the madness of working a job…and some ironically enjoy the pain! Join us on our 40-year career journey as we put a soul deadening spotlight on the insanity of ‘work’
 
JCO Oncology Practice (JCO OP) provides oncologists and other oncology professionals with information and tools to enhance practice efficiency and promote a high standard for quality of patient care. The goal of JCO OP is to be the authoritative resource on clinical and administrative management for practicing oncologists. The Journal includes original research, feature articles, and section columns on various issues pertinent to daily practice operations, all of which are subject to peer re ...
 
Looking to make a difference but don’t see how you can have an impact on your own? Business Forward helps tens of thousands of business leaders brief policymakers on how best to accelerate the economy and create jobs. With the help of more than 50 of the world's most respected companies, Business Forward is making it easier for tens of thousands of business leaders from across America to advise Washington on policy issues that affect their businesses. Business Forward is active in over 100 c ...
 
The Black Women’s Health Imperative (Imperative) is the place where Black women’s health matters! For more than 25, the Imperative has been a leader in promoting optimum health for Black women across the life span – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Its vision is to develop information, resources and programs that help Black women become informed stewards of their own health and well-bring. Through advocacy, education and leadership development, the Imperative has touched th ...
 
The Trend is where we discuss ideas, challenge assumptions, and meet new people. Host Micah Schweizer delves into issues that reflect and impact the place we live. Topics range from serious to light-hearted, always with the intent to discover, inform, and engage.
 
Our "90 in 90 Essay Project Academic Studies" on subjects such as the Federalist Papers, the Constitution; the Amendments; the Classics that Inspired the Constitution, the Executive Branch, the country’s past 57 presidential elections, the Supreme Court, the Congress and the states have resulted in 1047 essays contributed by 175 constitutional scholars, historians and elected officials. This corresponding Podcast features the reading of the daily essay during our 90 Day Study. Essays are ava ...
 
Reby Advisors' Wealth Wisdom podcasts are series of financial education audio files designed to address important topics that affect our clients, their families, their friends and the community at large. Since 1985, our mission is to inspire people to achieve financial peace of mind. This commitment to our clients guides our unique processes and everyday actions.
 
The Journal podcasts take you on a tour of hot topics in the world of food and nutrition. Each podcast provides insightful interviews and commentary from authors and nutrition experts on featuredJournal articles and topics that are at the forefront of dietetics research and practice, public nutrition policy, and consumer advice. Views and opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of the Academy of Nutrit ...
 
Chicago Policy Radio seeks to bridge the gap between academic research and policy practice. Featuring short, insightful conversations with prominent policy makers and academics, our podcasts keeps you informed of the most innovative policy ideas from academia and from the field. Chicago Policy Radio is a production of the Chicago Policy Review and the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy.
 
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Against many odds, the ACA has survived for 10 years. It has brought health insurance to millions of people who didn't have it before. However, it is not without its problems. Many are still "underinsured" and still face hardships. Hopefully, we will make more progress in the future. For more content, articles, videos and merch visit us at http://t…
 
We’re off this week, but the Affordable Care Act is in the news, as the GOP holds its virtual convention and the Supreme Court recently scheduled arguments in a case challenging the law. So we’re rebroadcasting our ACA 10th anniversary episode from March. For this special episode of “What the Health?” host Julie Rovner interviews Kathleen Sebelius,…
 
Stewart Gandolf, MBA Stewart Gandolf, is Chief Executive Officer of Healthcare Success, one of the nation’s leading healthcare and digital marketing agencies. Over the past 20 years, Stewart has marketed and consulted for over 1,000 healthcare clients, ranging from practices and hospitals to multi-billion dollar corporations. A frequent speaker, St…
 
We discuss Wisconsin’s rapidly rising COVID-19 infection rate supercharged by the ill-conceived reopening of colleges and K-12 schools. We talk about the role of individual responsibility in containing the pandemic in the face of the worst national and state response in the developed world. Claire reviews a large national survey released this week …
 
Paul Kandarian has had a fascinating career in journalism and acting. He has great stories and advice about both professions. And he is just a hell of an interesting guy to talk to. Enjoy. For more content, articles, videos and merch visit us at http://theworkingexperience.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a pod…
 
#276: Have you found yourself mindlessly scrolling through social media feeds over the last few months? Have you also found yourself in a state of sadness, anxiety, or aggravation afterwards? We live in an increasingly noisy world. A world in which many of us use social media, or the internet in general, to escape. But our escapes often leave us fe…
 
Featuring Donald A. Downs, Author, Free Speech and Liberal Education: A Plea for Intellectual Diversity and Tolerance; Alexander Meiklejohn Professor of Political Science Emeritus; Affiliate Professor of Law and Journalism Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin–Madison; Jason Kuznicki, Editor, Cato Books and Cato Unbound, Cato Institute (@JasonKuz…
 
Less than lethal weapons are being touted as more sensible and humane tools for law enforcement to deal with disturbances and subdue individuals. However, do not be fooled by the name; these weapons, which include: rubber bullets, tear gas, Tasers, and stun grenades can cause serious damage. And they do not address the larger problems such as racis…
 
Karthik Ganesh is the CEO at EmpiRx Health, the industry’s only value-based PBM, with a clinically- focused and tech-enabled approach to bending the Rx cost curve. Prior to EmpiRx Health, Karthik was the founding operations leader of CareAllies. Karthik is a senior health care executive with a solid track record of comprehensively scaling, transfor…
 
Our panel discusses this week’s revelation that Trump knew the coronavirus was ‘deadly stuff’ in February and lied about it to the American people. Next we dig into the explosion of positive COVID tests on Wisconsin university campuses. What are the ramifications? Finally, we kick off post Labor Day campaign season with two Citizen Action co-op mem…
 
Republicans have all but abandoned the Affordable Care Act as a campaign cudgel, judging from their national convention, at least. Meanwhile, career scientists at the federal government’s preeminent health agencies — the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health — are all comi…
 
Even the nerdiest of money nerds are susceptible to making a dumb financial mistake. “Nope, not me! There’s no way I make any financial mistakes. I live and breathe this stuff.” You’re not capable of making any financial mistakes? Even 'hidden' mistakes, like having the wrong life insurance policy, not having an estate plan, or listening to the wro…
 
#274: What does it take to create a sustainable sense of hope? That’s the question that I invited Mark Manson, megabestselling author of Everything is F*cked and The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, to answer. Mark says that three basic factors contribute to a sense of hope: 1) autonomy, 2) purpose, and 3) community. Mark and I keep these three fac…
 
Stefan Behrens the CEO and co-founder of GYANT. GYANT creates digital assistant for healthcare – the software helps triage, navigate, and inform patients along the continuum of care. Prior to GYANT, Stefan has had great success as an entrepreneur. As Co-Founder and COO of Invincible Brands, he oversaw the launch and development of two lifestyle bra…
 
Nara Garber is an independent filmmaker and owner of Lucky Penny Pictures. Nara and I had a fascinating discussion about documentary films: the process by which a filmmaker can get funding for a project and the philosophy and aesthetic choices a documentarian makes in presenting a subject. And we riffed on our favorite films! You can learn a lot fr…
 
We discuss the electoral politics of the Kenosha controversy and the push for meaningful action against structural racism with our regular panel and special guests Supreme Moore Omokunde and State Rep. David Bowen. How are the events of the last two weeks playing in the presidential election? Will they finally prompt action by the Legislature? We t…
 
On August 3, 2020, a New York federal district court vacated portions of Department of Labor regulations under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). While the decision is binding over employers with employees working in southern New York, the order does not specifically address the scope of its application over the rest of the countr…
 
#273: Dr. Dan Ariely, famed behavioral economist and best-selling author of Predictably Irrational, returns to discuss how to handle the emotional and financial volatility of 2020. Specifically: Preparing for a job loss The value of resilience Handling emotional spending Cutting through the noise to find a signal. For more information, visit the sh…
 
Understanding Suicide & Mental Health Having a mental illness issue does not guarantee you will be suicidal. However, depending on the illness, it can make positive thinking much harder. The CDC describes mental illness as “conditions that affect a person’s thinking, feeling, mood or behavior.” Common types of mental illness include depression, anx…
 
Jim Doyle, president of Business Forward, offers advice on how business leaders can communicate their ideas on transitioning to a green job economy with local media. Business Forward has helped more than 175,000 business leaders brief policymakers and work with local media, publish op-eds, testify at public hearings, lobby members of Congress and t…
 
Twila Brase is President and Co-Founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF), a national patient-centered nonprofit established 25 years ago in Minnesota to support health care choices, individualized patient care and medical and genetic privacy. She is author of the eight-time award-winning book Big Brother in the Exam Room: The Dangerou…
 
Andy Hill, father of two and founder of Marriage, Kids, and Money, joins us to discuss parental burnout in the midst of the pandemic. He shares his best tips on creating a family schedule, learning to embrace the reality of working from home with interruptions, and maintaining sanity as kids venture back to school - all while being a good enough pa…
 
We are on tape from last week's from the Democratic National Convention, in our long planned counter programming to the proto-fascist Republican National Convention. Will not be able to comment on the latest racist atrocity in Kenosha until next week (our latest statements are at citizenactionwi.org). For this week's program, on radio row at the De…
 
#272: “Anonymous Moving-Back-home” and her partner earn $150,000 per year after taxes. They’re currently saving 80 percent by living with family. What should they do with their savings? Leigh and her husband are three years away from retirement. They have an extra $50,000 in income this year and plenty of options for where to invest this money. Whi…
 
Due to concerns over Coronavirus, many parents are very reluctant to send their children back to the classroom and they are not satisfied with the online learning model. Zoom classes and Google Classroom are just not cutting it. So they are paying big money to form small "pods" with other parents and hiring a private teacher to educate their childr…
 
Ameet Wattamwar, PharmD, is the Director of Specialty Pharmacy for the NYU Langone Hospitals System. Prior to this role, he was Vice President of Client Strategies for PHS, AmerisourceBergen’s health system facing consulting arm where he specialized in specialty & ambulatory pharmacy development, 340b optimization, and other pharmacy centric cost s…
 
Even people with Master's Degrees and security clearances do very stupid things at work. They say offensive things and, even when told not to, do it again! Intelligence does mean that a person has good judgement, a fact seen repeatedly in our government. For more content, articles, videos and merch visit us at http://theworkingexperience.com --- Th…
 
We discuss this week’s all digital DNC Convention – what worked and what didn’t? We break news about a legal effort by Legislative Republicans to remove Attorney General Josh Kaul from an important voting rights lawsuit involving Citizen Action. Again the Republican Legislature thinks it is the only true governing body in Wisconsin! Next we discuss…
 
Millions of people are in financial limbo now that the $600 supplemental federal unemployment benefit has expired. The new $300 supplemental benefit is slooowly getting approved by FEMA, state-by-state, through an excruciatingly snail-like process, and you might not have time to wait. This episode will help you take action. We cover how to think ab…
 
In a highly produced, made-for-TV political convention, Democrats papered over their differences on a variety of issues, including health care, to show a unified front to defeat President Donald Trump in November. Meanwhile, COVID-19 continues to complicate efforts to get students back to school, and a federal judge blocks the Trump administration’…
 
#271: Dr. Wade Pfau, one of the foremost experts in the academic field of retirement planning, joins us to talk about how the events of 2020 might impact your retirement plans. If you’re wondering if you need to change your investing strategy, Wade’s recommendations may fascinate you. Watch out! These are NOT the recommendations you’re expecting fr…
 
More than 3,600 companies have filed for bankruptcy in the first half of 2020 and this number will most certainly increase. While bankruptcy is not a death sentence for a company, it is not a good sign. Stock prices fall, people lose jobs etc. Many companies will have to restructure to survive; it is a culling of the herd. For more content, article…
 
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