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Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
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The McKinsey on Healthcare Podcast features conversations with McKinsey and other industry experts on the challenges, strategies, and innovations shaping the healthcare industry. Hear perspectives on navigating the changing healthcare environment, embracing opportunities and disruptions, and preparing for the future of healthcare across the globe.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Join Chuck Buck every Monday when he welcomes RACmonitor contributing editors and special guests for the latest regulatory audit news and information from CMS, OIG and OMHA. And gain valuable context and perspective that can only be found when you’re listening to the long-running and popular Monitor Mondays. Register to attend live here: https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1235505&tp_key=eae2082467
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Welcome to the Compass & Clock's Info-Tianment PodcastThrough our podcasts we'll explore how to live your best life now and well into retirement.We'll discuss topics in financial planning, housing, and insurance.We'll talk wellness, relationships, and leisure pursuits. A full active life requires planning for your goals and preparing for the unexpected.We'll introduce you to a variety of entertaining guests, from knowledgeable experts, to folks sharing stories of their life experiences, and ...
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
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 ...
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Small changes, made over time, can produce significant results. Much like a high performance engine, or an entire orchestra, when even a small part is not doing what it is supposed to do, everything suffers. And the same is true of your finances. This show is dedicated to the small things that make a significant difference.
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
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Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law

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On this weekly podcast, members of the Takacs McGinnis Elder Care Law team discuss the tools, techniques, strategies, and services that will help you respond with confidence to the legal, financial, and personal challenges created by long life, chronic illness, and disability.
 
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During the pandemic, the number of Americans enrolled in Medicaid skyrocketed from 75 million to 90 million. The issue? Not everyone currently enrolled in Medicaid is eligible. And the federal government is trying to prevent states from removing ineligible Americans from their rolls. This costs the taxpayer serious money, explains Hayden DuBlois, d…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Longtime columnist Dr. Mark Murphy joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about the Georgia Bulldogs winning their first national title in 41 years and his reaction to the game before digging into developments in the COVID-19 pandemic along with Medicaid expansion talk in the state. Subscribe to …
 
Are you looking at ways to improve your patient's experience? Do you strive to ensure patients leave your office feeling confident about their health? In this episode of Medicaid Simplified, you’ll learn how to improve a patient’s experience while also achieving high scores from the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers Systems (CAHPS) survey…
 
Biden taps his inner Trump and calls a reporter a ';dumb SOB' on a hot mic plus a deeper dive into the Ukraine/Russia conflict and how it's being handled. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep16-hour-1-bidens-sob-comment-revealed-so-much/. Now become a Ricochet member for …
 
Democrats can't get the basics right on how to navigate within governmental systems, enter Puerto Rico's governor and his frustrations with Biden ignoring his judicial recommendations plus after being hailed as a revolutionary icon the media is finally coming around to the fact Hugh Hefner was a perverted monster. Join the conversation and comment …
 
Polling shows democrats are now known as the party of masks, lock downs and school closures which isn't going to help them going into the midterms and the media circles the wagons not to protect a reporter but to protect the crank in the White House. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erick…
 
While Jan. 1 means sleeping off a campagne-induced hangover for many, for drug-price wonks, it means an opportunity to look at price-change behavior in the pharmaceutical market, as January is traditionally the month where most list-priceadjustments happen. Antonio Ciaccia from 46Brooklyn and 3Axis Advisors, looks as closely at the data as anyone -…
 
In recent years, many companies have required consumers and employees to agree to individually arbitrate any disputes that might arise, eliminating aggregate dispute resolution devices like class actions. In response, plaintiffs' lawyers have begun filing masses of individual arbitration demands on behalf of employees and consumers against companie…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they relish the prospects of Republican wins on masks in Virginia and New York. They criticize the empty promises of collaboration from the European Union as Russia knocks on Ukraine's door. And they review the shocking numbers of illegals apprehended at the southern border and what it means for the upcoming midterms. Join the …
 
Despite his (largely Democratic) television celebrations in 2018, a new indictment of Michael Avenatti regarding his famous client Stormy Daniels tells us something much different than his media circuit at the time, and about the media itself. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/byron-york-show/th…
 
Sponsored by Blinkist On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Mark Bauerlein, senior editor at First Things and professor of English at Emory University, joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss his book "The Dumbest Generation Grows Up: From Stupefied Youth to Dangerous Adults." Join the conversation and comment on this podcast epis…
 
Photo: Shutterstock/Tan Books Since 1974 when Ronald Reagan gave the first keynote address, the Republican Road to the White House has run through CPAC, the annual political conference run by the American Conservative Union. Since 2014 that organization has been run by Matt Schlapp. Schlapp served two years as the White House Director of Political …
 
Ronald Reagan had tremendous respect for FDR, in many ways; in how he communicated and inspired the American people and how FDR was a devoted public servant. 40 years ago, on January 28th, 1982, the President delivered remarks at a White House Luncheon, celebrating the Centennial of the Birth of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. We'll listen to these rema…
 
Doocy you son of a...The Chicks dish about Biden's not so muffled words, various reactions to Bari Weiss on Bill Maher, as well as Fauci saying he won't be retiring any time soon. Please visit our great sponsors: My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/chicks Save 40% off on the new My Slippers with code Chicks. Genucel https://lovegenucel.com/chicks Sa…
 
As Democrats gradually awaken to the political detriments posed by their efforts to cling to Covid hawkishness, we wonder when or if they will decide that self-preservation demands that they loosen pandemic-related restrictions. Do Democrats even have a vocabulary that would allow them to do that? Join the conversation and comment on this podcast e…
 
Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with Cato Institute Vice President Ilya Shapiro about the recent Supreme Court vaccine mandate rulings and what they tell us about the limits of executive branch power and the sitting justices' views on the guidance of the U.S. Constitution. Guest: Ilya Shapiro is a vice president of the Cato Institute, director of t…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Southern University Law Center professor Mark Roark joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about the constitutional carry proposal by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, what the proposal would actually mean and how to decipher the gun rights debate happening across the country. Subscribe to the show on App…
 
It's time for everyone to do a little reset in order to find some optimism, cloth masks especially in schools are ineffective and just like clockwork the media treats Youngkin with the typical double standard. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep15-hour-1-time-out-for-a-r…
 
Russia has its mind on real global power as it saber rattles over Ukraine, China has its eye on Taiwan as it attempts for a larger global footprint and America seems to be asleep to the threat. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep15-hour-2-the-small-leads-to-the-big/. Now…
 
DC has a carjacking problem, Harvard will get its day in front of SCOTUS to defend its racist admissions policy and it really is a good idea to take time away from your family to spend with friends. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep15-hour-3-refusals-to-take-advice-bit…
 
Today's ID the Future kicks off a three-part series featuring Taking Leave of Darwin author Neil Thomas interviewed by radio host Hank Hanegraaff. In this first part, Hanegraaff begins by lauding Thomas's book and underscoring how influential Darwin's theory of evolution has been on Western culture. Then Thomas sketches the cultural milieu and indi…
 
New York Rep. Lee Zeldin joins Sara to discuss his campaign to unseat Gov. Kathy Hochul in this year's governor's race in the Empire State. Zeldin takes aim at Gov. Hochul for blaming guns instead of criminals for the shooting deaths of two NYPD officers this past weekend. He also slams Hochul for doing nothing in response to the new Manhattan dist…
 
Sponsored by Indeed, Masterworks, X-Chair In this week's episode of London Calling is very sobering - literally. Before James and Toby talk about who's to blame for the crisis in Ukraine, Toby's Dry January turned very wet over the weekend. Then they take on Putin, Biden, NATO and Ukraine and why they can't bring themselves to spell Kiev "K-Y-I-V."…
 
Biden wanted to be FDR but he's turning out to be Jimmy Carter, Jen Psaki is in full blown clean up mode after he bosses press conference and Russia now has the green light to invade Ukraine thanks to the geriatric and chief. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep14-hour-1-…
 
If the left wants to continue to be woke they will continue to lose elections, banks are closing branches all over the country and the Texas abortion law survives another lawsuit. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep14-hour-2-the-problem-with-being-woke/. Now become a Ric…
 
The March for Life is this weekend, why Roe is a bad law and why so much of our politics revolves around the issue. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/erick-erickson-show/s11-ep14-hour-3-marching-for-life/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing…
 
Sponsored by Blinkist The Federalist Society's Criminal Law and Procedure and Environmental Law and Property Rights Practice Groups bring you a roundtable discussion with leading Fourth Amendment scholars and litigators reviewing the major Fourth Amendment decisions from the 2020-2021 term and previewing the future of the Fourth Amendment at the Hi…
 
A new article from Politico reports on a new controversy over a "draft executive order" during Donald Trump's presidency. The order (which did not come close to being passed) would've allowed the Trump administration to seize control of voting machines during the 2020 elections. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ric…
 
We're joined by Former Congressman and Senator of Missouri, Jim Talent. Roger and Senator Talent discuss the 2021 report of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, where Senator Talent serves as a commissioner. Their conversation included China's trade practices as well as their activities in the Xinjiang and Hong Kong regions. Join…
 
Sponsored by Blinkist On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Republican Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford to explain his new antitrust legislation, which aims to keep states' litigation against tech companies out of Big Tech's backyard in California courts, and discuss the future of bipartisan legislation to…
 
Sponsored by X-Chair, X-Chair Join Jim and Greg as they react to NBC'S Chuck Todd predicting a "shellacking" if poll numbers for Democrats continue to sink. They cover an admission by the U.S. State Department that it is unable to evacuate most Americans ahead of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. And they roll their eyes at Jen Psaki's recommendatio…
 
It’s an amazing spectacle being played out on network television news, talk radio, and cable news outlets: the tug-of-war between the Biden Administration and the Supreme Court. So, the question remains: when is a mandate not a mandate? The back-and-forth over the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) vaccine mandates for a wide range of h…
 
That's the title of a Bernstein song: "I Hate Music" ("but I like to sing"). In this episode, Jay has Barbara Bonney sing it. There's also music by Mozart and other familiar composers. And music off the beaten path: Catoire? And a brand-new work by the American Scott Wheeler. And more. The episode ends as the previous one did: with a piece by Leroy…
 
When the Supreme Court ruled that OSHA's Covid vaccine mandate was unlawful, Justice Gorsuch wrote separately that the Court's decision "rightly applies the major questions doctrine." The Major Questions Doctrine has been increasingly important in the Supreme Court and lower courts' decisions, among judges who believe (as Gorsuch puts it) that the …
 
Happy Monday! The Chicks dish the air being cleared between DeSantis and Trump, Bari Weiss calling COVID restrictions a "moral crime" on Bill Maher's show, and Indiana introducing a bill regarding in-state tuition for undocumented students. Please visit our great sponsors: My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/chicks Save 40% off on the new My Slipper…
 
On this episode, Peter Kreeft joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, "The Greatest Philosopher Who Ever Lived." Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/first-things/peter-kreeft-on-mary-as-philosopher/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: …
 
As the prospect of a Russian move into Ukraine looks more and more imminent, how will American voters respond to that threat to the post-Cold War geopolitical order? Can the neo-isolationism preferred by elements on the right and left win a majority, or does the voting public have a firmer grasp on what the loss of American hegemony would mean than…
 
When the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools to in-person learning in the spring of 2020, parents across America began to see firsthand what their kids were learning via Zoom meetings and other virtual platforms. One of those parents, Jill Simonian of California, didn't like what she saw. Simonian decided to speak out. She began posting on social medi…
 
In this episode of Take Back Our Schools, Bethany and Andrew interview Jennifer McWilliams, a parent advocate and expert on the proliferation of social emotional learning (SEL) in our nation's schools. We learn about the relationship between SEL and critical race theory (CRT), how parents can recognize SEL in their children's schools, and Jennifer …
 
On September 23, 2021, the James Madison Program and the Ethics and Public Policy Center hosted a discussion of Robert P. George and Ryan T. Anderson's 2019 National Affairs essay, "The Baby and the Bathwater." George and Anderson delivered remarks and then spoke with Alexandra DeSanctis and Antonin Scalia about the central themes of the essay, and…
 
In this episode of Women's Retirement Radio, I'm joined by Perry Chesney. Perry is a Wealth Management Consultant at HC Advisors in Atlanta. He's also a consultant with Red Rock Strategic Partners. Perry serves a small, select group of high net worth clients in his Wealth Management Consultant role. And through Red Rock Strategic Partners, Perry co…
 
Co-host Brian (chiglinsky) is joined by by Dr. Farzad Mostashari (@Farzad_MD), CEO and co-founder of Aledade, and Dr. Richard Gilfillan, former deputy administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation from 2010 to 2013, for a special episode of The ACO Show. They discuss …
 
The idea for this episode was born on Twitter. Someone wondered if Charles Murray would be willing to do a podcast with journalist Steve Sailer, who, like Charles, is willing to confront openly the most delicate aspects of race and class in America--and gets the same treatment from liberals everywhere: complete demonization. I offered to host, and …
 
The faculty lounge moves west, as Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo both check in from sunny California (while resident cat-herder Troy Senik stays behind in frigid New York). On this installment: Did the Supreme Court's parsing of the vaccine mandate pass muster? Have we figured out Justices Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett yet? Can Donald Tr…
 
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