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Each week, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil brings you in-depth conversations with leading researchers and influencers shaping the big ideas in health policy and the health care industry. A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of the health policy journal Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications. Learn how academics and economists frame their research questions and journey to the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Health policy n ...
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is an international refereed journal published for clinicians with a primary interest in sports medicine practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics, and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation. The Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is the official journal of: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine American Osteopath ...
 
Keeping it REAL Caregiving is for those who are tasked with caring for a senior loved one. The road can be rewarding, but make no mistake; it is equally challenging, exhausting and sometimes emotionally draining. The goal of Keeping it REAL Caregiving is to help you understand and navigate the health care world you are entering including how to move through Medicare and other insurance options, altering a home to provide safe living spaces, proper food preparation for senior nutrition, keepi ...
 
Michael Alden is the Founder and CEO of Blue Vase Marketing, a premier Direct Response Marketing firm, recognized for three consecutive years by the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest growing private companies. Alden is also a three-time Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of Ask More Get More, 5% More, and Blueprint to Business. These books offer pragmatic and simple self-help guides teaching readers how to get more out of life and reach new levels of success. In this raw ...
 
Your Money Momentum delivers information on personal financial planning, investing and wealth management with our engaging host, Certified Financial Planner™ Professional Tom Kennedy from Global Wealth Advisors in Texas. Every other Friday, Tom will bring you 30 minutes of expert discussion, strategy, and practical advice aimed at building momentum with your money. The variety of topics covered by this show include market news, investment strategies, retirement planning, estate planning, ris ...
 
Welcome to Ready Set Free with host Kye Wilson! On my podcast I will offer a financial toolbox that is easy to use. Listen in to our fun and easy discussions on an assortment of topics including; Insurance, cryptocurrencies, investing, real estate Credit, budgeting, bullion, financial planning Ownership, becoming debt free, wills and trusts. Here we will not limit our topics to finance only. I know that becoming financially free involves a balance of many areas of your life including; emotio ...
 
Retirement talk - Redefining Wealth and Your Money with Laura Stover is a podcast that educates, entertains, and helps prepare our listeners for retirement. It's a show designed for those looking to maximize their financial efficiency and fulfill their lifestyle. It is also geared toward those needing to transition from accumulation to preservation and the necessary shift in how money is managed. Based on Laura’s two decades of experience with financial coaching and consultation to hundreds ...
 
No one is more interested in your career progress or potential than you should be! Kay White, known as the Smart Career Moves Mentor for Corporate Career Women, shows you tactical and practical ways to get ahead at work, earn more money and recognition - ALL without selling your soul (or acting like a man). Each weekly episode gives you inspiration to "Drive Your Own Career Bus" as Kay says in the direction YOU want to go (and combines Kay's love of influential language, life purpose, career ...
 
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The looming threat of increased supply chain and critical infrastructure attacks is causing both cyber experts and cyber insurers to lose sleep already in 2022, according to guests on this episode of The Insuring Cyber Podcast. “Those are going to, I think, proliferate,” said Bob Cattanach, partner at international law firm, Dorsey & Whitney, on Th…
 
The looming threat of increased supply chain and critical infrastructure attacks is causing both cyber experts and cyber insurers to lose sleep already in 2022, according to guests on this episode of The Insuring Cyber Podcast. “Those are going to, I think, proliferate,” said Bob Cattanach, partner at international law firm, Dorsey & Whitney, on Th…
 
Texas is THE place to be and there's plenty of competition within our state for convention and tourism dollars. In this episode, SABJ Reporter Karly Williams connects with Visit San Antonio President & CEO Marc Anderson. The new leader shares what he and his team are doing to lure conventions and tourists back as the city looks to move past the pan…
 
Advance care planning is a term used to describe when a person prepares for future management of serious or terminal illness, including developing an advance care directive or what is sometimes is called a living will. Beginning in January of 2016, Medicare made it possible for certain clinicians to bill for their work for patients to develop advan…
 
Overuse of health care, or providing services of low value or no value, is wasteful, potentially harmful to patients, and a contributor to high US health care costs. Jodi Segal, MD, of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine joins JAMA Health Forum Editor John Ayanian and Deputy Editor Melinda Buntin to discuss characteristics of health sys…
 
As we are settling into the new year, a lot of economic movement is already happening. The markets are off to a rocky start. We were probably a little spoiled in 2021, especially with the S&P ending the year a little over 28%. Now we are going through an adjustment period. So, what can investors expect in 2022? As a result of supply chain shortages…
 
It’s easy for farmers to believe that the folks in Washington know little about writing agricultural policies that really help the folks out in the field. Perhaps rightfully so. So who are the people who develop that policy? What is their background? How do they decide what is a priority and what do they tell the President? Meet the man who filled …
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said "The world is plentiful with honey, but only the humble bee can collect it". Nothing could be more true when recounting the story of Nathan Sheets, who humbly helped a local honey producer as a side gig, then bought the small company for $10,000. That was 1997, and in this episode DBJ Managing Editor Rob Schneider invi…
 
"Let us hope that this is a one in a hundred years pandemic. We don't want to build our health care system to operate at all times as if tomorrow will be COVID." - Sherry Glied On December 15, Health Affairs published ahead-of-print, “National Health Care Spending In 2020: Growth Driven By Federal Spending In Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic,” the…
 
It’s refreshing to hear about the future of insurance industry diversity, equity and inclusion from Dianne Greene, who was born in the South American country of Guyana, raised in Jamaica, schooled in the U.S., and trained on Wall Street. Dianne brings a rich history of mixing it up with different cultures and experiences as VP of inclusion, diversi…
 
It’s refreshing to hear about the future of insurance industry diversity, equity and inclusion from Dianne Greene, who was born in the South American country of Guyana, raised in Jamaica, schooled in the U.S., and trained on Wall Street. Dianne brings a rich history of mixing it up with different cultures and experiences as VP of inclusion, diversi…
 
Opinions can be pretty split when it comes to annuities. Some people love them and some people see them in a less favorable light. Especially with the onset of the pandemic, we’ve seen a lot of people with insecurities about their retirement. Having too much faith in one product or one type of investment can be dangerous. We want to help you put pe…
 
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In this Keeping it REAL Caregiving Podcast episode, we chat with a family caregiver about the importance of being an advocate if your loved one is admitted to the hospital. In this case, her mother's health condition declined substantially after a medical procedure. But because of this daughter's determination and persistence that something was ser…
 
With health & wellness top of mind in the new year, ABJ Managing Editor Will Anderson welcomes Restore Hyper Wellness Co-Founder & CEO Jim Donnelly to share the growth and vision of his Austin-based company. Restore provides proactive wellness solutions, including cryotherapy, IV drip and red light therapy in an accessible, affordable franchise mod…
 
The Medicare program has placed considerable emphasis on creating accountable care organizations (ACOs), which are groups of health care providers that together take responsibility for providing necessary care and can reap financial rewards if they do so at lower than projected costs. While the American Hospital Association reports that 56 percent …
 
Inflation is a dubious topic and a lot of people are searching for answers when it comes to inflation increases in 2021. For many years inflation in the U.S. was so low many people didn’t care about it, but everyone seems to be talking about rising prices this year. So, what’s causing this historic rise? Coming out of the pandemic, we were simply n…
 
We close out a holiday special as we look back to a conversation with Wayne Cryts, a farmer who made national news in the early 1980s when he and other farmers defied a federal judge’s orders to remove grain that was rightfully theirs, from a bankrupt elevator. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week I’m very happy to welcome adrenaline junky, athlete, serial entrepreneur, podcast host, and life hacker CJ Finley to this week’s episode of The Alden Report. CJ Finley is the founder of THRIVE ON LIFE, a media and consulting company that focuses on helping other mission based people, brands, and businesses scale their passions to THRIVE o…
 
He built an internet e-commerce juggernaut that sold to The Home Depot, but Jay Steinfeld isn't kicking back on the beach. He's doubling down, sharing his insight, advice and inspiration in his book which features "The 4 Principles for Profit and Prosperity". In this episode, Jay's enthusiasm is contagious, as he joins HBJ Managing Editor Jonathan …
 
With the "Build Back Better" bill working its way through the Senate, we thought now would be a good time to discuss estate planning and the powerful Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILIT) tool. Originally created when exemption levels were much less than they are today, the ILIT was designed to provide individuals the ability to pass on life insu…
 
During this holiday season I’m taking time to go back to one of our most popular interviews from the history of this show. We look back to a conversation with Wayne Cryts, a farmer who made national news in the early 1980s when he and other farmers defied a federal judges orders to remove grain that was rightfully theirs from a bankrupt elevator. I…
 
This week I’m very happy to welcome digital brand and insurance guru Justin Brock to The Alden Report. Justin has taken the health & Medicare insurance industry by storm over the last decade and has become a pivotal icon bringing distant factions of the health insurance market together. He continues to advance the conversation towards the metaphori…
 
TaskUs provides customer support services to fast-growing tech companies including Uber, Netflix, Coinbase and Zoom. Led by childhood friends Bryce Maddock and Jaspar Weir, the company went public in June, one of the few tech IPO's to actually show a profit. So how did they do it? In this episode, Weir joins SABJ Innovation Reporter Donna Provenche…
 
Challenging a professional futurist is like taking on a professional weather forecaster. Who knows who will be correct, by how much, and when? Nevertheless, we sought to find out how 2022 is shaping up for the insurance industry. Lots of considerations, for sure, and repeat “On Point” guest David Smith is back to share some food for thought. He’s b…
 
Challenging a professional futurist is like taking on a professional weather forecaster. Who knows who will be correct, by how much, and when? Nevertheless, we sought to find out how 2022 is shaping up for the insurance industry. Lots of considerations, for sure, and repeat “On Point” guest David Smith is back to share some food for thought. He’s b…
 
Carrier Management Presents: Strategy Sessions – A Lunch Hour Look at Critical Topics With Industry Movers and Shakers Episode 5 – 2022: The Year to Come A new year is here and in the first episode of 2022, we talk to an expert about P/C insurance expectations and predictions for 2022, covering commercial insurance, personal insurance, technology a…
 
When you are looking to work with an advisor, what should you pay attention to? Maybe your advisor was referred to you by a friend or family member. Perhaps you began meeting with them when you were in the accumulation phase of your life and now you are in retirement and facing decumulation. Ask yourself what phase of life you are in and if your ad…
 
Countries of the world recently gathered in Scotland for something called the COP conference. What is it and why does it matter? What were American farmers doing there and how might it impact you? We talk with one of those in attendance and a past president of the American Soybean Association about U.S. Agriculture’s prospects in a rapidly changing…
 
A survey of 200-plus cannabis insurance-focused professionals at one of the largest brokers in the nation combined with other data forecasts an even tougher market for cannabis business buyers next year, with rates in key lines heading up 10% or more. For our final podcast of 2021 we interviewed Jay Virdi, chief sales officer of Hub International’s…
 
A survey of 200-plus cannabis insurance-focused professionals at one of the largest brokers in the nation combined with other data forecasts an even tougher market for cannabis business buyers next year, with rates in key lines heading up 10% or more. For our final podcast of 2021 we interviewed Jay Virdi, chief sales officer of Hub International’s…
 
This week I could not be more honored to host this week’s guest of The Alden Report, Tim Storey. Tim is an acclaimed author, speaker, and life coach, known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life, from entertainment executives, celebrities, and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the world. Tim has…
 
You gonna EAT your cornbread? That line from the movie "Life" provided the inspiration for the name Cornbread Hustle, Cheri Garcia's staffing agency offering background-friendly jobs to people with a criminal history and those in recovery. EAT stands for Empowerment, Accountability & Transparency, and no one knows this, or lives it, better than Gar…
 
When you think of the health care workforce, nurses and physicians are probably the first professions which come to mind. But there are actually more personal care aides in the US than physicians. Together with home health aides and nursing assistants, personal care aides comprise one-fifth of the US health care workforce. These workers provide ess…
 
Cost sharing is particularly burdensome for some Medicare beneficiaries, particularly those with incomes just above the poverty level, those with disabilities, or those who have multiple chronic health conditions. Jeanne Madden, PhD, of the Northeastern University School of Pharmacy, and Eric Roberts, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate S…
 
With the recent dip in the market around the holidays, we’re seeing a lot of conversations around the potential changes over the next ten years that lead to the idea of an upcoming rough year for investors. In this episode, we’re debunking some of the ideas that the 2022 market will be bad for investors based on historical data. Listen in as we dis…
 
Keep up to date on the fast-growing and constantly changing cyber market! The cyber newsletter provides up-to-date information and links to check out our popular bi-monthly Insuring Cyber podcast! Be more successful, more informed and a better insurance resource for your clients. Start your free cyber newsletter today! The post Sign up for the Insu…
 
The Insuring Cannabis Podcast is a bimonthly series exploring the business of insuring cannabis with some of the industries most influential players. Be more successful, more informed, and a better insurance resource for your clients. Get the latest episodes and keep up to date on the fast-growing and constantly changing cannabis market by register…
 
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Tax planning is a year-round process but it often takes on extra importance at the conclusion of each year as farmers and others make December decisions that will impact their bottom line and the taxes they pay. Paul Neiffer shares what has changed and what remains the same for this year and keys to keep in mind for long-range estate planning. See …
 
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