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🔴ソマチットの咽頭炎編|Sore throat by German Oscillatory Medicine.|714X series

🔴ソマチットの咽頭炎編|Sore throat by German Oscillatory Medicine.|714X series

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 18, 2019

It is a healing video channel that can experience the frequency which is said to increase self healing power by listening with earphones. This sound source contains frequencies of bands that can not be heard much. Early disabled people can expect effects by vibration from the earphone. After exiting, please take enough moisture. Please turn […]

KP Careers –  Jin Pae, Clinical Pharmacist

KP Careers – Jin Pae, Clinical Pharmacist

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 17, 2019

♪ You have a voice with Kaiser and you can make changes to improve workflow and customer service, too. We try to focus on efficiency. How do we improve patient satisfaction? KP Health Connect is a webpage to help providers connect with one another. When a doctor or nurse charts in Health Connect then pharmacy […]

Great care from your pharmacist

Great care from your pharmacist

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment August 16, 2019

Today in England, more people need health care than ever before. Demand keeps rising on the NHS, especially on GPs and A+E Pharmacy is the third largest health profession in the UK, and with five years training pharmacists are the experts in medicines. In fact, it’s a profession that is growing every day. And they’re […]

Pharmacy Practices to Improve Medicaid Program Integrity and Quality – Module 4 Billing Practices

Pharmacy Practices to Improve Medicaid Program Integrity and Quality – Module 4 Billing Practices

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 15, 2019

Welcome to the “Pharmacy Self- Auditing: Control Practices to Improve Medicaid Program Integrity and Quality–Module 4: Billing Practices” presentation. In module 3 we discussed the third component of the self-audit process, invoice management. We reviewed various approaches to validating wholesale invoices and ways in which drug claims can exceed purchases. Finally, we discussed times when […]

Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments August 15, 2019

Hey As you can probably tell, I’m not feeling so good, so I’m going to be doing most of today’s episode from right here. I’ve got my Lemsip, I’ve got my chimpanzee – let’s talk about healthcare. PART 1 – Personal Responsibility In the my country the UK we have free healthcare – at time […]

What’s Wrong with Government-Run Healthcare?

What’s Wrong with Government-Run Healthcare?

By Bryan Wright 98 Comments August 15, 2019

It’s very easy for a politician to stand up before voters and say, “Health care is a right,” and then passionately advocate for “single-payer” or “free health care” or “Medicare for All”—whatever term they might use. But before we consider the merits of the government managing your health care—and that’s what this all boils down […]

College of Pharmacy Commencement, University of Iowa – May 9, 2019

College of Pharmacy Commencement, University of Iowa – May 9, 2019

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 15, 2019

WELCOME. BEFORE WE BEGIN TODAY’S CEREMONY, I HAVE ONE HOUSEKEEPING ANNOUNCEMENT. MORE TO MAINTAIN THE INTEGRITY OF THIS VERY SPECIAL CEREMONY, WE ASK THAT ALL CELLULAR DEVICES BE TURNED OFF. IF YOU WOULD JUST TAKE A MOMENT AND TOO THAT WE WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE IT. IT IS A HEARTFELT — HEART FELLED WELCOME TO MEMBERS […]

CVS Pharmacists Can Help Save Patients Money with the CVS Pharmacy Rx Savings Finder

CVS Pharmacists Can Help Save Patients Money with the CVS Pharmacy Rx Savings Finder

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 14, 2019

At CVS pharmacy, over 50% of the medications that we fill each year have a patient copay of less than $5. Our savings finder is available for those medications that are more expensive. And it enables our pharmacy team members to work with doctors to help find alternatives that might be available to save that […]

How to revive public healthcare | The Economist

How to revive public healthcare | The Economist

By Bryan Wright 59 Comments August 14, 2019

This year Britain’s National Health Service celebrates its 70th birthday. Formed in 1948, it was the first state health service in the world. Today, the modern NHS is almost unrecognizable from the one that was created 70 years ago. It’s the world’s fifth biggest employer with a budget of 110 billion pounds a year. But […]

Government Can’t Fix Healthcare

Government Can’t Fix Healthcare

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments August 14, 2019

Why is the government so bad at healthcare? They’ve been at it for seventy-five years and still can’t get it right. It’s expensive. Access is spotty. It’s mired in bureaucracy. And it’s fraught with waste. Obamacare was supposed to fix all this, but instead, like every other government healthcare program before it, it just made […]