Exploring the wonderful world of colleges and admissions. Hosted by an Enrollment Management Leader with over two decades of experience working in all types of schools, colleges and universities. I am here to help you navigate this sometimes confusing process!
Healthcare is not Health Insurance. Knowing the difference can save you money and frustration. Scott W. Dowling provides 30 years of knowledge and experience to offer individuals, employees and employers the education and information that they need in order to lower the amount of money spent on health insurance while keeping themselves and their families 100% covered. Scott happily answers all of your questions in a straightforward and easy to understand way.
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Join Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News, along with top health policy reporters from The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico and other media outlets to discuss the latest news and explain what the health is going on here in Washington.
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans benefits pros Julie Stich, Kelli Kolsrud, Justin Held and Anne Patterson dive into retirement, health care, hot trends, or whatever else the benefits industry throws at them.
A podcast about Health Care Benefits and Service. We provide answers to the questions you want to ask! Each week, we deliver the best advice about benefits, speak with Industry leaders and answer question from our listeners. We are dedicated to helping consumers, employers and brokers.
Talk Money - A weekly radio broadcast covering financial & economic topics
Industry experts break down the latest news & trends in employee benefits, healthcare reform, regulations and compliance, designed to empower executive decisions.
Join Producer Kenzie McEvily, CEO Scott McGohan and Shareholder Anne Marie Singleton for “Side Affects: Disrupting Health Care.” This MB podcast will provoke you, as an employer, to think differently. Kenzie, Scott and Anne Marie share strategies with the power to transform your workforce. They explore the role of leadership and culture to pave the way to better health and productivity. What’s the secret? People; always has been and always will be! Health care is about people, leadership is ...
The Dare to Grow Show - for solopreneurs and online business owners who are ready to level up. Learn how to take daily action, show up consistently and confidently on social media, and grow your income with digital products and programs. No BS, no fluff, and all the encouragement you need to MAKE. IT. HAPPEN! Hosted by Sarah Morgan, an entrepreneur, award winning web designer, and business coach, this podcast delivers actionable ideas to help you grow your business without being stalled by i ...
Medicare Strategies: Preparing you to make confident Medicare Insurance decisions.
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Highlights from the daily news programme with Sarah McInerney and Cormac O’Eadhra. Featuring all the latest stories, interviews and special reports. Listen live Monday to Friday at 4.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Podcast-Eligible is a staying-healthy and saving-money with an FSA or HSA podcast brought to you by FSAstore.com and HSAstore.com. With the largest selection of guaranteed FSA- and HSA-eligible products, intuitive educational resources and more, the two e-commerce platforms are streamlining the intersection of healthcare accounts, technology, and personal finance.
Catherine Collinson, the Transamerica Institute's founding president who also leads Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies® TCRS (a foremost expert on the state of retirement readiness in America), and Hector De La Torre, who leads the The Transamerica Center for Health StudiesSM TCHS, discuss the broad range of issues related to financial literacy, retirement, and health and wellness.
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Healthcare is changing but is it for the better? In this podcast, you'll hear discussions about the healthcare system, its problems, possible solutions, and stories from leading physicians and experts in healthcare. Healthcare is more complex than the sound bites we hear. The changes, and possible solutions, will have wider impact than the sound bites you hear. Join us as we strive to Survive Healthcare
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Hear candid conversations with higher-ed newsmakers on how colleges and universities are coping with the pandemic and recession -- with a special focus on equity and lower-income students.
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Do Essential Chat is a weekly multi level marketing podcast set up by Steve Jackson who resides in Europe and Shari Soelberg who is in the US. Do Essential Chat is one of the best marketing podcasts in the network marketing genre. The goal of the podcast is to help and support anyone who wants to be more than they are in and outside our Doterra team. Every week we will have a round table discussion about various topics ranging from running a Doterra business, using Doterra products, and of c ...
Join me with my guest, Nate Tate, Health Insurance Agent at RPS Benefits by Design, Inc, as we discuss new information about ACA Open Enrollment!Listen and learn!By Cary Hall
#019 - I Hate Insurance and other comments about health insurance and healthcare are highlighted in a snapshot look at how people view their current situation within the health insurance and healthcare systems as exclaimed on Twitter.By Scott W. Dowling
The Biden administration has started to speed efforts to reverse health policies forged under Donald Trump. Most recently, the administration overturned a ban on fetal tissue research and canceled a last-minute extension of a Medicaid waiver for Texas. That latter move may delay the Senate confirmation of President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the M…
Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology in Trinity College, on NIAC's recommendation on the Johnson & Johnson vaccineBy RTÉ Radio 1
John Murray, Crossing the Line Films; and John O'Halloran, Zoologist and Interim President of UCC, discuss nature documentariesBy RTÉ Radio 1
Fergal Keane reports how MEP Mick Wallace was accused of peddling "fake news" by denying that the Syrian regime used chemical weapons against its own people.By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul McCloone, cancer survivor; and Rachel Morrogh, Irish Cancer Society Director of Advocacy, on fears that patients with more advanced bowel cancers are now being detected for the first time in Emergency Departments.By RTÉ Radio 1
Elise O'Byrne White, veterinary surgeon with the DSPCA, tells us about a new RTÉ TV series to mark the 180th anniversary of The Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which begins tomorrow.By RTÉ Radio 1
Vladimir Ashurkov, Executive Director of Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation, discusses Alexei Navalny health, as he enters his 4th week of hunger strike.By RTÉ Radio 1
John Cooke reports live from Lough DergBy RTÉ Radio 1
Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste, discusses the vaccine rollout and re-opening the economy.By RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy has been following the announcements from the government and the HSE today.By RTÉ Radio 1
Frankie Mulqueen, Head of Government Affairs for viagogo, says planned legislation to ban ticket touting is an infringement of property rights and will drive people to the black market.By RTÉ Radio 1
As the rollout continues those aged 65 to 69 are next to get the jab and some of them were surprised to be called slightly ahead of schedule in Counties Tipperary, Limerick and Clare as John Cooke has been finding outBy RTÉ Radio 1
Claire Byrne, Green Party Councillor, discusses tenders to operate public toilets in Dublin city streets and parks.By RTÉ Radio 1
Louise O'Reilly, Sinn Fein spokesperson on Enterprise, Trade and Employment; and Duncan Graham, Managing Director, Retail Excellence discuss what the retail sector will be like post-pandemic.By RTÉ Radio 1
Bonnie Greer, author and commentator, tells us what Derek Chauvin's conviction, for the murder of George Floyd, mean for policing and race in America.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland, UN human rights commissioner and chair of The Elders, is supporting an international campaign calling for intellectual property rights on Covid 19 vaccines to be waived so that production could be speeded up across the globe.By RTÉ Radio 1
Claire Hanna, SDLP MP; and Sir. Jeffery Donaldson, DUP MP, discuss a new Bill protects British army veterans from being criminally prosecuted after five years, but Northern Ireland veterans are excludedBy RTÉ Radio 1
Collie Ennis, Zoologist, is back for Drivetime SpringWatch and this evening he's looking at hedgehogs and foxes.By RTÉ Radio 1
Tanya Ní Mhuirthile, School Law & Gov in DCU, discusses a study on what it is like for people to grow up intersex in Ireland?By RTÉ Radio 1
Naomi O'Leary, Europe Correspondent for the Irish Times, reports that the The European Medicines Agency has said the benefits of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine outweigh the risks. Dr. Maeve Crowley, Cork University Hospital, gives her reaction.By RTÉ Radio 1
John Cooke speaks to a man fined €200 for driving his e-scooter without insurance, as the government says no cover will be required under new laws.By RTÉ Radio 1
Michael Healy-Rae, Independent TD for Kerry; and Senator Pauline O'Reilly, Green Party, discuss the new Climate Action Bill .By RTÉ Radio 1
Robert Troy, Minister of State with responsibility for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, says that it's critical that the new legislation to ban ticket touting is brought through the Oireachtas in a timely fashion.By RTÉ Radio 1
Fergal Keane speaks to fishermen, after the EU ordered that all catches must now be weighed on the dockside, rather than waiting until they arrive in processing plants.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mary Regan, Political Correspondent, reports on the Oireachtas Health Committee. Darragh O'Loughlin, Secretary General of the Irish Pharmacy Union and community pharmacist in Tuam, gives his reactionBy RTÉ Radio 1
Ray Houghton, football legend; and Declan Jordan, Senior Lecturer in Economics at UCC, on the European Super League announcementBy RTÉ Radio 1
Helen McEntee, Justice Minister, on legislation allowing for the naming of the child victims of homicide, which has been passed by the Seanad.By RTÉ Radio 1
Orla Hegarty, Assistant Professor of Architecture UCD, and James Benson, Director Irish Home Builders Association, discuss how the amount of social and affordable housing that has to be set aside in new developments could be set to double.By RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy reports on the lonely and dangerous realities for those in Dublin's homeless population.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dr. Catherine Kelly is a geography academic and wellness practitioner who has spent the last several years researching the effects of nature and in particular water, on our well being.By RTÉ Radio 1
The U.S. — and global — covid-19 vaccine effort hit a bump this week with a pause in use of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine while experts study its relationship to a small number of serious blood clots. Meanwhile, Congress delayed a Medicare cut and started work on a budget that could lead to big increases in federal health programs, and the…
Jill Kirby, Financial journalist, reports that KBC Bank Ireland has announced that it is in discussions about the possible sale of its performing loan assets and liabilities to Bank of Ireland.By RTÉ Radio 1
Darragh O'Brien, Minister for Housing, gives his reaction to the KBC announcementBy RTÉ Radio 1
Ed Sibley, Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation at the Central Bank, says customers of the banks do not need to take any action.By RTÉ Radio 1
Fangzhe Qiu, lecturer and assistant professor at UCD's School of Irish Celtic Studies and Folklore, tells us that his application for Irish citizenship was declined, because he applied in the Irish languageBy RTÉ Radio 1
#018 Learn how an HSA will earn you a quick and easy return by making an eligible deposit before you file your taxes. An HSA is like getting free money! Don't Pay FICA or Federal Income Tax (some states still tax your HSA deposits) FICA = Social Security Withholding AND Medicare Withholding = 7.65% of your paycheck Federal Income Tax Withholding = …
Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent, reports that an Irish couple who travelled to Ukraine for the birth of their boy through surrogacy have been given permission to take a legal challenge to the requirement to pre-book a room in hotel quarantine before they can fly home.By RTÉ Radio 1
Éanna Ní Lamhna, Environmentalist, tells us how we can make Ireland more friendly for birds.By RTÉ Radio 1
Pat Byrne, founder & CEO CityJet; and Kieran O'Donnell, Fine Gael TD & vice chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, discuss the future for Irish airlinesBy RTÉ Radio 1
John Cooke reports on the "space age" trade in the skies over Galway that's coming soon to a town near youBy RTÉ Radio 1
Harriet Alexander, Freelance journalist based in New York, reports on today's developments in the George Floyd murder trialBy RTÉ Radio 1
David James Smith, Author and Journalist, reports how UK police hacked the secret gangster messaging network and arrested Thomas Maher.By RTÉ Radio 1
George Lee, Environment and Science Correspondent, reports that around 26,000 people registered for a Covid-19 vaccination within hours of the online portal for 69-year-olds going live this morningBy RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Mike Gow, Director of Dental Anxiety Management at the Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow, tells us about getting dental treatment done under hypnosisBy RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Bobby Smyth, child and adolescent psychiatrist, tells us that more than half of teenagers who started drinking at 13 years of age said they were provided alcohol by their parents or they took it from homeBy RTÉ Radio 1
Michael Boylan.. partner with the Michael Boylan Law firm; and Dr. Ray Walley, Member of the HSE GP Liason Committee, discuss the idea that people who refuse the vaccine offered to them are essentially putting themselves "to the back of the queue".By RTÉ Radio 1
How do you get through the bumps in the road, difficult decisions, and all out failures that come with running your own business? How do you rebound quickly without letting the little and big hiccups slow you down, smash your confidence, and knock you off your game? If you said - eat a pint of ice cream while binging Netflix...you’re partially righ…
Getting a job or improving career success is a primary reason why many students pursue a postsecondary degree or other credential. So it’s logical to assess the performance of colleges and universities – at least partially – by how their students fare after they leave. This week’s episode of The Key examines a new way of judging colleges and univer…