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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 ...
 
Scott Needham is the CEO of BuyBoxer, which has the largest catalog of Amazon Prime products in the United States. Over the years, as he has led the technological advancement of Amazon-selling at his company, Scott has accumulated a deep knowledge about selling product online, and now he wants to share his knowledge with you to help you become a better Amazon seller.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Hugh Kimura from the Trading Heroes Blog interviews professional independent traders and industry experts to help you learn how to trade and live better. Becoming an independent Trader is not easy, but if this is what you aspire to, subscribe to this podcast to get tips, ideas and inspiration to help you reach your trading goals. You don't have to trade alone!
 
All about Amazon FBA & lifestyle optimization. Danny Carlson interviews millionaire ecommerce sellers, top experts in Facebook Ads, Amazon product ranking, Amazon launches, & more. Dig deep into the mindsets, tactics, hacks, & experiences of people who have achieved the extraordinary in online business.
 
JC Scott, President & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, discusses the latest trends, public policy developments, and political challenges impacting drug pricing and healthcare. You'll hear the nation's top thought leaders, policy experts, and political analysts on topics like how employers, unions, and others use Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to drive value for their members in the face of growing healthcare costs. You'll also learn about advancements in gene therapy, ...
 
The Professional Pricing Society’s mission is to nurture a growing community of pricing professionals committed to disseminating pricing expertise throughout the business world. In short, we connect great ideas with great people. Learn about our MANY resources for pricing professionals and membership opportunities at Pricingsociety.com
 
Being compliant and smart about taxes while living abroad is tricky. A raft of tax law changes, beefed-up enforcement, the push for E- just about everything, and now emergency measures and shifting deadlines, all make things tricky times two. For advisors – accountants, preparers, investment advisors, attorneys, servicing expats – their work has never been more challenging. The community faces significant changes. ACA’s TaxCast speaks with professionals about all of these issues and more to ...
 
Installing solar on your home and saving money is now a reality for Dallas area homeowners. The cost of solar has dropped to the point where savings are real, plus there are now financing options designed specifically for homeowners wanting to install solar on their home. We'll talk about how it all works and give you the information you need to make the right decision for you and your family so you can take control of your energy needs.
 
Hosted by Aaron Henriques, a former British police officer and private pilot licence holder of over ten years. Aaron has decided to start his professional flying training and will be sharing his own experiences throughout his Commercial Pilots training course, ATPL exams, his flying experiences, aviation industry news, job opportunities and much more. Follow Aaron on Instagram @AaronHenray or visit his website www.aaronhenray.com. If you'd like to be on the podcast, email podcast@aaronhenray ...
 
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The Government's being accused of disguising tax as a fee. New rebates for new electric cars and used imports will be introduced next month. People can get a discount of 8,625 dollars for new vehicles and 3,450 dollars for used. The scheme will be funded by fees on higher emitting vehicles from next year. Transport Minister Michael Wood told Mike H…
 
A major review of the Medicare Benefits Schedule has seen thousands of clinicians assess every medical procedure that attracts a rebate from the Federal Government.While this long-overdue review process has been welcomed by consumer groups and policy experts, they agree with concerns raised by the Australian Medical Association that not enough time…
 
In April 2013, agents from the FBI and IRS raided the Knoxville headquarters of the largest truck stop chain in the United States: Pilot Flying J. It was part of a massive investigation into a fuel rebate scam. In all, fourteen former Pilot employees pleaded guilty for their roles in what was known as “jacking the discount.” But eight years later, …
 
This week, I discuss the privacy concerns and OSINT benefits of rebate tracking portals. You might be surprised at the wealth of details exposed when we request rebates from stores.Direct support for this podcast comes from sales of my books, services, and online video training. More details can be found at IntelTechniques.com. Your support elimina…
 
It was labelled a shock, but is it really? The City Rail Link in Auckland ,the gargantuan mess that is ruining businesses, behind time and over budget, will in fact, it is reported, need billions and billions more to achieve what they said it would. It’s at $4.4 billion currently - and just think about that number. The CRL is 3.5kms long – that’s w…
 
Covid-19 restrictions are likely to remain in place in Victoria for at least the next four days. The Australian state has another two community cases of Covid-19 this morning, who are contacts of existing cases. But officials still haven't sourced six "mystery cases". Melbourne media personality Steve Price says the state's restrictions probably wo…
 
An Auckland real estate agent has had enough of unruly berms. Northcote's Rick Mozessohn is offering extra pocket money to local kids to maintain the grass on his street. "I'm gonna pay each set of kids 100 bucks and what they'll do is basically go along my street and mow any of the berms that look like they need a bit of TLC. I probably have about…
 
Challenges when it comes to reducing the amount of antibiotics dished out. An Auckland University-led study has found a drop-off in prescriptions during last year's Covid-19 response didn't result in more patients turning up at hospital. The researcher says GPs should aim to reduce the number of antibiotic prescriptions they write by around a third…
 
Author Amal Awad describes herself as a "sceptical believer" when it comes to her own spirituality - she is not afraid to ask questions but she doesn't need all the answers either. It is with this mindset that she embarked on a mission to gain a deeper understanding of the spiritual landscape of the New Age, and its variety of offerings. The result…
 
Most rental properties aren't meeting the Government's Healthy Homes standards. Data from Betta Property Compliance shows only about a quarter of homes are passing initial compliance inspections. The new standards set out minimum requirements for heating, insulation and moisture in rental properties. But Property Investors' Federation chief executi…
 
The past 50 years have seen incredible changes in obstetrics and the ability for women to control their fertility. While today some women have many more choices when it comes to how and when their children will come into the world, none of these gains have been straight-forward, and not all women have access to these benefits.…
 
Plenty of agreement from world leaders, at the latest G7 Summit. Joe Biden and Boris Johnson have met with the leaders of other powerful countries in Cornwall, on the first leg of Biden's first overseas trip since taking office. The group had major disagreements about Brexit, and what it meant for the future of Northern Ireland. But correspondent P…
 
The generation dubbed "the Zoomers" would prefer to see their workmates in the office -- than on a Zoom call. New research by Mainstreet Insights shows seven out of 10 Australians see the workplace as their best source of social interaction. Generation Z were more likely to find the face-to-face connection important, while boomers were less likely …
 
Joe Biden is talking up the achievements, of the latest G7 Summit. The US President has met with leaders of other powerful countries at the meeting in Cornwall. The leaders agreed to fund a billion Covid-19 vaccine doses for poorer countries, and improve early warning systems to prepare for future health crises. US correspondent Richard Arnold told…
 
This week I clear out all of my pending show notes and offer a variety of privacy, security, & OSINT topics. For better or worse, I present everything on my list which didn’t warrant a dedicated episode.Direct support for this podcast comes from sales of my books, services, and online video training. More details can be found at IntelTechniques.com…
 
Josh Komenda is co-founder, CEO and president of healthcare logistics leader, Veyo, a full service NEMT broker using technology to better manage NEMT benefits for Medicaid and Medicare programs, state governments, and Managed Care Organizations. While focusing on the technology platform, Josh and his team recognized the need for Non-emergency Medic…
 
Your friend was enraged and walked off the job when the manager gave all mothers working on Mother's Day a gift of a flower and chocolates. She accused the manager of discrimination and is now taking it to the head office HR Dept. What do you think of her actions?
 
DirtyFeet is a dance company offering inclusive opportunities to dancers at every level of ability and skill. As part of its work, the company runs The Right Foot, a workshop providing a safe space to explore dance and movement. Step inside the workshop, where we to hear from dancers as they traverse the space, challenge misconceptions around abili…
 
Ransomware is a growing problem, and companies aren't making it any better by paying hackers the ransoms they're demanding. The meat supplier JBS USA paid an $11 million ransom in response to a cyberattack that led to the shutdown of its entire US beef processing operation last week, the company said in a statement Wednesday evening. The Colonial P…
 
Nate Carroll is currently working with the Guinness Book of Records to get his year long record verified - 1,500,231 push ups in a year, and counting, seeing as he still has until June 13. It equates to roughly 4000 press ups a day, and was done as a way to raise money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation's Fallen First Responder home programme. All…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Job Ads: 8/10 "Yet more data this week that shows there are jobs, jobs, and more jobs." Recruitment Issues: 4/10 "Oh, the irony. Work galore and yet so little take up. This will bite us, you can't grow using no people." Govt's Vis…
 
Marama Davidson is doubling down when it comes to visiting gangs. At a justice select committee yesterday Davidson was asked about her meetings with the mongrel mob, considering the violence they perpetuate and in her role with family and sexual violence prevention. It was also revealed that Marama had visited the gangs, but had not visited Victim …
 
Claims have emerged that our primary school staffing model is broken. An independent review by former education minister Steve Maharey recommends smaller classes, more teacher aides and more investment in Māori medium education. The system is also apparently racist and failing Māori. Finlayson Park School principal Shirley Maihi told Mike Hosking t…
 
Joe Biden is trying to reassert America's role in international relations -- during his first trip out of the United States since taking office. The US President has arrived in Cornwall ahead of this weekend's G7 Summit. He's already met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson -- where the pair discussed their shared goals, like fighting Covid-19…
 
The evidence is mounting, if not now irrefutable, that what the government and the Reserve Bank have done in concert with each other is not having the desired effect they wanted housing. Both TradeMe and QV figures yesterday give no suggestion that the housing market is taking any direction at all. At best, the QV number shows a slight, and I mean …
 
In 2021, 86 per cent of young Australian women consider themselves feminists. That's ten per cent more than in 2019, according to Australia Talks. And young men are on board too. But what will it take to shape the create the future they are imagining?
 
Ryan Tedder is one of the most talented singer-songwriters in the music business. He, of course, is the frontman of OneRepublic, which formed in 2002 and has global hits like ‘Apologise’, ‘Good Life’ and ‘If I Lose Myself.’ But Ryan has worked with some of the biggest names in music - including Adele, Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, O…
 
Meghan Markle has written a children's book, but it doesn’t look like it’s going to sell out any time soon. It started as a father's day poem after Archie was born, and it probably should have stayed that way, if the reviews are anything to go by. At it's worst it's, "not something your child would ever read" and a "semi-literate vanity project. At…
 
Changing up farming practices could pay dividends in the long run. The Climate Change Commission expects low-methane sheep, and fewer cows to help the country cut methane by 10 per cent by 2030. It recommends herd sizes shrink by a further six per cent, on top of the eight per cent predicted. Climate Change Minister James Shaw told Mike Hosking the…
 
The Government has moved to try to address worker shortages by further extending the stays of those on working holiday and seasonal work visas, and opening more spaces in managed isolation for dairy farm managers, workers and veterinarians. Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi has announced that about 10,000 people whose working holiday or seasonal emp…
 
Farmers say it will be a challenge to meet climate targets. The Climate Change Commission’s final advice to the Government talks about the emissions reductions farming can make The commission expects low-methane sheep and fewer cows to help the country cut methane by 10 per cent by 2030. Dairy NZ Chief Executive Tim Mackle told Mike Hosking that re…
 
A pioneering New Zealand sporting moment could be in the offing if Elliot Johnstone has his way. After impressing scouts during the Australian Baseball League season with the Auckland Tuatara, the 22-year-old has signed a deal with the New York Mets in America's Major League. No Kiwi has played at that level. Johnstone told Mike Hosking what he nee…
 
The hospitality sector has come to the point where they have decided they need to take collective action or have their business destroyed, this time by the government. 92% of the Restaurant Association members say it is difficult to recruit for mid to senior level positions. And what they are saying backs up the Seek employment numbers; the highest…
 
Seizures of drugs from tractor-trailers are a regular occurrence at the U.S. borders with Mexico and Canada. Lawyer Su Ross, a partner with MSK in Los Angeles who specializes in compliance issues, says the drivers caught with these illicit loads are often unaware of what they were hauling. Ross talks with Long-Haul Crime Log co-host Nate Tabak duri…
 
I got around to reading the Ollie Robinson tweets yesterday. They’re silly; they’re the sort of dumb musings of a bored show-offy sort of teenager. Having not followed any of this until the poor bloke was dropped; I had wondered why I hadn’t heard of the outcry all those years ago. I had assumed there had been one, but upon seeing the tweets I can …
 
Do you live paycheck to paycheck? Do you keep buying new clothes, or upgrading your phone, or blowing your budget on a holiday? Today we start reclaiming control and ignoring that urge to keep spending. But how do we begin to do that in a world where we are told constantly to 'buy now, pay later' or to 'Treat yourself'?…
 
New Zealand Police say they have dealt a "huge blow" to organised crime after a major trans-national sting resulted in 35 arrests and $3.7 million in assets seized. Police this morning gave new details about a large-scale international police operation that took place throughout New Zealand and overseas in recent days. Operation Trojan Shield invol…
 
Greg Murphy is refusing to entertain any thoughts of winning Bathurst for the fifth time. The four times champion will drive an Erebus Motorsport wildcard entry alongside Kiwi compatriot Richie Stanaway in October's great race. It will be Murphy's first start at Bathurst since 2014, 25 years after his first win. Murphy says he's going there with a …
 
The Justice Department has recovered most of a multimillion-dollar ransom payment made to hackers after a cyberattack that caused the operator of the nation's largest fuel pipeline to halt its operations last month, officials said Monday. The operation to seize cryptocurrency paid to the Russia-based hacker group is the first of its kind to be unde…
 
Issues in the nursing profession are thought to be feeding on each other. About 30-thousand Nursing Organisation members around the country will be on strike for eight hours today. MedWorld managing director Dr Sam Hazledine told Mike Hosking nursing is a challenging profession, and the staff shortage shows we're not paying them enough. He says man…
 
There are calls for an urgent review of retirement village legislation. Retirement Commissioner Jane Wrightson has released a report recommending an in depth assessment of the sector's legal framework. The report suggests the rules unfairly favour operators over customers, and finds flaws in the current complaints system. It takes into account more…
 
Is too much freedom of speech a bad thing? For some countries, apparently yes. A Danish think tank has conducted a 50 thousand person, 33 country survey into the idea of free speech. It found that, while the Western world generally agrees it's a universal good, there were a number of countries where citizens think there is too much liberty to give …
 
An international security expert has explained why criminals fell for an app which was central to the world's largest organised crime takedown. The global police sting - involving 16 countries - has resulted in the arrest of senior gang members in New Zealand, Australia and other countries. More than 900 charges have been laid here against 35 peopl…
 
National is promising to improve its candidate selection process following the Jake Bezzant scandal. Bezzant, who unsuccessfully stood in the Upper Harbour seat last election, has been accused of impersonating his ex-partner online and sharing naked pictures of her. Leader Judith Collins maintains she didn't know about the allegations against Bezza…
 
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