Tag: health care

Alyson Vosberg, ARNP – Family Medicine in Ames, Iowa | McFarland Clinic

Alyson Vosberg, ARNP – Family Medicine in Ames, Iowa | McFarland Clinic

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 15, 2019

Hi, I’m Alyson Vosberg. I’m a board-certified family nurse practitioner. I joined McFarland Clinic in 2019, and I practice at the North Ames Family Medicine clinic. So I chose Family Medicine because I really liked the idea of being able to take care of people during all stages and seasons of life with them and […]

Jeffrey Richards, DO – Family Medicine Physician in Jefferson, Iowa | McFarland Clinic

Jeffrey Richards, DO – Family Medicine Physician in Jefferson, Iowa | McFarland Clinic

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

Hi, my name is Jeff Richards, and I’m a board-certified family medicine physician. And I started with McFarland Clinic in 2019, and I practice in McFarland’s Jefferson, Iowa clinic. I chose Family Medicine because I wanted to be able to see patients of all ages, everything from as young two days old all the way […]

Helping Jo Rigsby Achieve Her Best Health | Humana

Helping Jo Rigsby Achieve Her Best Health | Humana

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 12, 2019

My name is Faye Josephine Rigsby and I live in Edmonton, Kentucky. I had to go to the nursing home for a couple of weeks. I did not like that situation at all, because I’ve always been very independent and I want to stay that way. It was a bad time to tell you the […]

Department of Managed Health Care – Rate Review

Department of Managed Health Care – Rate Review

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 12, 2019

Here at the California Department of Managed Health Care we understand that health coverage could be a very significant expense and many Californians have questions. Questions like, – how do health plans decide how much premium I should pay each month, where is this money going and how much is spent on medical costs? Let’s […]

Women in Medicine – Kayla Daniels – Goals

Women in Medicine – Kayla Daniels – Goals

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 12, 2019

(light music) – So I believe that I’m hoping my biggest achievement to be that I truly served every patient that I possibly could and one of my major goals is to help minorities, especially Hispanic communities. I really try hard to learn medical Spanish as best as I can and I think that’s my […]

Street Nurse | Sutter Health

Street Nurse | Sutter Health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 11, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] AMANDA BUCCINA: When I look at the people that I’m caring for, I see a lot of different things. I see a lot of fear, a lot of mistrust, a lot of difficulties with self-worth. Most of them are used to not being treated very well I’m not expecting them to fit into […]

The opioid crisis is profitable. Blockchain tech can end that. | Brian Behlendorf

The opioid crisis is profitable. Blockchain tech can end that. | Brian Behlendorf

By Bryan Wright 55 Comments October 11, 2019

So there’s a tremendous amount of fraud in the prescription drug marketplace. And just like with provenance tracking of diamonds or the food supply chain you can have provenance tracking for pharmaceuticals. You can have a system whereby the drugs—from the time they’re manufactured and the batch that they were made in and in the […]

Are Pharmacy Benefit Managers Helpful or Hurtful to Healthcare?
A Holistic Approach to Health at the Academy of Regenerative Medicine in Poland.

A Holistic Approach to Health at the Academy of Regenerative Medicine in Poland.

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 9, 2019

good morning my name is Alexander Kerensky we are at the academy of regenerative medicine in Poland in Townsville pujita and I would like to introduce you mr. ma che who stay in our Center for two weeks please tell me if you enjoyed your stay with us and what are your impressions hello my […]

Women in Medicine – Kayla Daniels – Support

Women in Medicine – Kayla Daniels – Support

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments October 9, 2019

(gentle music) – Growing up, I was always encouraged to fulfill my dreams, and I was encouraged to become a physician from when I was five years old, and they said, “Yes, go for it.” Thankfully, I had the support of my family at all times, and I don’t think it was really until college […]