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Research Partnership: Improving compliance of diabetes patients
 
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Based on our Living With Diabetes report, this video presents some of the key findings from the study regarding patient compliance.
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Pilot Study Supports Adolescent Diabetes Patients through Personalized Text Messages
 
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An endocrinologist at Nationwide Children's Hospital taps into teen texting habits to increase medication compliance in adolescent diabetes patients. Watch her explain why this form of communication has shown positive health results.
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Adherence: Patient Compliance & Education
 
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Professor John Weinman, Health Psychology expert from Atlantis Healthcare discusses the correlation between patient education and adherence.
Просмотров: 3603 Change for good
Diabetes Management
 
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Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce a sufficient amount of insulin, or when the body cannot effectively utilize the insulin it produces resulting in either high blood sugar or low blood sugar. To increase the conformity of the Hypoglycemia Protocol, numerous strategies were utilized to educate and assess the knowledge of the Huron Hospital nurses about Hypoglycemia. Results show that with instruction from a Diabetes Specialty Nurse, the nurses' knowledge about diabetes and the Hypoglycemia Protocol compliance on the nursing units increased improving patient care.
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Top 5 Tools For Patient Compliance [James Maskell, Functional Forum]
 
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http://goevomed.com What are the top 5 technology tools for patient compliance? Question answered at the Functional Forum. http://goevomed.com/hc HARNESSING THE POWER OF COMMUNITY IN YOUR PRACTICE ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-- Our team created a special free video just for you. It’s called "Harnessing The Power Of Community In Your Practice" and reveals how to use the power of community to increase patient compliance, position yourself as a influential leader, impact more people, while building a stronger practice and increasing referrals. All you have to do is click here: http://goevomed.com/hc https://youtu.be/Y4Eto_6eQZ0 GoEvoMed
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Patient Education Hypertension Formal Setting
 
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Physicians would like to take more time with their patients to help them manage their disease syndromes. One method currently under development is to provide customized post office visit care. In this model every physician will a "After Care" card with a QR code embedded having a recording of the physician advising / educating his or her patients. In this example we have placed the physician in a home to make it more personal. But this same After Care setting could be the doctors office. All of this is green screended so the setting is virtual. Additionally, while this is a video recording, our FLASH version can be made interactive. So the verbal descriptions that appear may be clicked and more information forth coming. Highlights: 1. Post office visits advise "After Care" 2. Personalized for each physician. 3. Every time a QR code is scanned the event is tracked so the physician can determine if they are being effective in After Care. 4. Maybe used as Patient Education billing under the affordable care act. 5. May increase patient compliance. 6. Increase patient satisfaction with the physician and enhance their feedback scores which of course is an element in ACA reimbursements... All of the environments are virtual and avatars using the physicians face and recorded voice can be used in place of the actual physician if requested.
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Which Credential is the Best After CPC? | Medical Coding Advice
 
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Which Credential Is The Best After CPC? | Medical Coding Advice http://www.cco.us/medical-coding-certification-review-videos-yt A: Let’s go through a thought process of what you want to talk to yourself about if you want to get a credential after the CPC. The first thing that I like to tell people is to remind them the CPC is a core credential. The AAPC has core credentials and specialty credentials. There’s more than one core credential, but actually the CPC is probably the gold standard, the most widely recognized of all the credentials that the AAPC has. You’ll find people that are CPCs doing all types of coding work –outpatient, inpatient, and specialties because it’s a core credential. So, it’s a great place to start if you’re not sure where to start, we usually advise that you start there. Now that you got your CPC, you’re telling yourself, “That was excellent, I’m so proud of myself,now I want to move on.” Ask yourself these three questions: What area of my CPC training really captured my interest? Was there a particular area that you really enjoyed? Also, what’s the financial responsibility for being multi-credentialed? When you look at me, I have three credentials, but you go and you look at Chandra who has 17 now, I think, working towards 20? You have to pay for CEUs, so it’s something to consider. What credentials are marketable in your area? That’s something very important. READ MORE HERE: http://www.cco.us/best-credential-after-cpc-medical-coding-advice/ https://youtu.be/5iISRsANgoo ---------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://www.cco.us/medical-coding-certification-review-videos-yt ---------------------------------------- More Information about cpc credential: Certified Professional Coder® (CPC®) Medical Coding Certification ... https://www.aapc.com/certification/cpc/ See how the CPC compares to other core credentials ». Become a certified medical coder by earning your Certified Professional Coder certification (CPC®), the ... ‎CPC Exam Training · ‎Compare · ‎COC · ‎CPT Book Clinical coder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinical_coder Wikipedia A clinical coder – also known as clinical coding officer, diagnostic coder, medical coder or .... In some countries, clinical coders may seek voluntary certification or ... in the U.S.: Certified Professional Coder (CPC); which tests on most areas of ... How to Become a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) FAQs: http://www.cco.us/how-to-become-a-certified-professional-coder-faqs/ What Is A Certified Professional Coder (CPC)? A Certified Professional Coder (CPC) is an individual of high professional integrity, who has passed a ..... CPC - Certified Professional Coder Jobs, Employment | Indeed CPC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CPC Wikipedia CPC may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Organizations. 1.1 Education; 1.2 Healthcare; 1.3 Political ... A certified medical coding credential awarded by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) upon passing a national recognized ... ----------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://www.cco.us/medical-coding-certification-review-videos-yt ---------------------------------------- People who watched this video: https://youtu.be/5iISRsANgoo Also searched online for: Searches related to cpc credential cpc credential verification cpc certification rhia credential certified professional credentialing specialist certified professional coder salary certified professional coder training cpc exam prep cpc certification program ------------------------------------------- FOR MORE DETAILS: http://www.cco.us/medical-coding-cert... ------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US: http://www.facebook.com/cco.us http://www.youtube.com/medicalcodingcert http://www.youtube.com/codingcertification https://www.pinterest.com/codingcertorg https://plus.google.com/+CodingcertificationOrg https://www.linkedin.com/company/codingcertification-org ------------------------------------------ Don't forget to CHECK OUT and SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel and get informed when we add new content: http://www.youtube.com/medicalcodingcert -------------------------------------------- #cpccredentialverification #cpccertification #rhiacredential #certifiedprofessionalcredentialingspecialist #certifiedprofessionalcodersalary #certifiedprofessionalcodertraining #cpcexamprep #cpccertificationprogram #cpcexam #cpc -------------------------------------------- VISIT OUR SITE: http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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Improving Medication Adherence
 
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Break the pattern of poor adherence by reaching every patient every day. Help pharmacists fill the gaps in patient medication adherence programs. *there is no audio on this video
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Arteriograph Training 1/7 : Arterial Stiffness
 
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VACOpaso Free: Switch Left to Right | Foot Range Diabetic
 
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► Alle VACOpaso Free Videos: https://goo.gl/GORvmu ► ☑ Viewed? ☐ Liked? ☐ Subscribed? ► Ready-made interim shoe for diabetic foot wounds. Further information: The patient may only adjust it in consultation with his/her treating doctor. The foam material under the insole is divided into seven sections that can be removed individually – this allows the pressure to be relieved on the relevant parts of the foot. In order to relieve pressure on the regions of the foot affected, remove and dispose of the corresponding sections of foam material from the sole. Reinsert the insole into the VACOpaso Free. One product – numerous advantages and a spectacular treatment concept. VACOpaso Free is the modern standard for care in foot wounds that can require a high degree of compliance. VACOpaso Free not only offers your patients an attractive design, but also a high level of comfort and easy handling in everyday life. When combined with tried and tested VACO12 insole, which can be adapted to the individual foot, the VACOpaso Free will increase your patients’ treatment adherence. VACOpaso Free is easy to adapt to the foot. This facilitates optimum pressure relief. With its VACO12 insole, it offers a high level of comfort at the most sensitive parts of the feet. VACO12 beads and individually removable sole pads guarantee optimum comfort. Typical Areas of Application/Indications ● Ulcerations on the foot ● Diabetic foot wounds ● Post-operative care following toe and forefoot amputations We wish a speedy recovery. ········································­­·······································­·­···· «OPED INTERNATIONAL» As one of the leading companies in the field of orthoses, OPED GmbH develops, manufactures and sells medical devices. In 2010, approximately 300 employees were working on the development, manufacture, reprocessing and sale of products in the purpose-built Medizinpark Valley. With over 20 years of experience, OPED is a market leader in Germany and Switzerland. The company has operations at five locations worldwide. Customers from hospitals, clinics, GP surgeries, medical suppliers and care homes for the elderly are given a personal service. With comprehensive aftercare concepts, patients are looked after from the start of their medical care until their full recovery. «OPED UNITED KINGDOM» OPED UK Homepage: http://www.oped-uk.co.uk OPED UK Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/opeduklimited OPED UK Twitter: https://twitter.com/opeduk «OPED AUSTRALIA» OPED Australia Homepage: http://www.oped.com.au/ OPED Australia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oped.au «OPED ASIA PACIFIC» contact@oped-asia.com «OPED SWITZERLAND» OPED AG Homepage: http://oped.ch/ «OPED GERMANY» OPED GmbH Homepage: http://oped.de OPED GmbH Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Medizinpark OPED GmbH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OPED.Deutschland ········································­­·······································­·­···· «VACUUM TECHNOLOGY» VACO12 technology forms the basis of medical technology products. A cushion filled with thousands of beads surrounds an injured body part. Air is extracted from the cushion using a pump. A plastic frame provides additional stability similar to that of a plaster cast. The body part is provided with optimum protection, though the product can be put on or taken off at any time. This is an important aspect in terms of hygiene. Evidently, OPED products save time and costs for clinics and doctors.
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Medication Adherence Video
 
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Courtesy of the Student Pharmacists.
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Overcoming Barriers to Medication Adherence for Chronic Diseases
 
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Medications save lives for countless Americans. People with chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, and HIV can enjoy a good quality of life when they routinely take their medicine. Poor medication adherence is linked with poor clinical outcomes. While these facts may seem obvious, a staggering one half of patients in the US stop taking their medications within one year of being prescribed. The reasons for “medication non-adherence” are varied. Affordability, a lack of understanding of the importance of the medications, and unpleasant side effects are some examples patients cite for not taking their medication as directed. Beyond increased mortality, the result costs the United States billions of dollars a year. Hospital admission rates increase for non-adherent patients with chronic illness by up to 69 percent Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/video/phgr/2017/GR_02-21-2017.mp4
Quality Improvement in Healthcare
 
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Thanks to St. Michael's Hospital http://www.stmichaelshospital.com, Health Quality Ontario http://www.hqontario.ca, and Institute for Healthcare Improvement http://www.ihi.org Check out our new website http://www.evanshealthlab.com/ Follow Dr. Mike for new videos! http://twitter.com/docmikeevans Dr. Mike Evans is a staff physician at St. Michael's Hospital and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine. He is a Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute and has an endowed Chair in Patient Engagement and Childhood Nutrition at the University of Toronto. Written, Narrated and Produced by Dr. Mike Evans Illustrations by Liisa Sorsa Directed and Photographed by Mark Ellam Produced by Nick De Pencier Editor, David Schmidt Story/Graphic Facilitator, Disa Kauk Production Assistant, Chris Niesing Director of Operations, Mike Heinrich ©2014 Michael Evans and Reframe Health Films Inc.
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Advanced Motivational Interviewing: Diabetes
 
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closed captions added for viewing in educational class
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Can you increase patient adherence?
 
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http://www.excellerate.ca/ improve Patient Outcomes - Can you increase patient adherence?
Просмотров: 566 Jill Donahue
Duke Hand Hygiene Monitoring Equals Major Boost in Handwashing Compliance
 
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Proper hand hygiene is a key component in optimal patient care, and the prevention of infections. But studies have concluded that the average hand-washing compliance in hospitals nationwide is an abysmal 40 percent. With that problem in mind, Duke University Medical Center experts developed and tested a hand hygiene monitoring system that resulted in a big time boost in hand-washing compliance.
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How Connected Diabetes Care is Changing the World | Dr. Jonathan Javitt, Telcare
 
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Dr. Jonathan Javitt, CEO, Telcare speaks at Qualcomm Life (http://www.qualcommlife.com/) Connect 2013 customer summit. Connect 2013 explores ways in which Qualcomm Life and 2net Ecosystem collaborators are leveraging wireless and health information technology to increase access to health care, lower costs and improve health outcomes. Connect 2013 presenters are all truly pushing the needle forward in mHealth. Connect with Qualcomm Life- Twitter: http://twitter.com/QualcommLife Tweet Us: @QualcommLife
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Intermediate Patient History Tutorial: More compliance/Less malpractice (2/3)
 
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Patient History Taking for health care professionals is more than filling forms. By showing you care, you increase patient satisfaction,decrease malpractice lawsuit and increase patient compliance. This is the BONUS video for reaching our subscriber goal. Please SUBSCRIBE for new videos: more cool stuff coming as we get more users. http://www.helphippo.com - for more video tutorials organized by topic/year.
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Hypertension High Blood Pressure After Care
 
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Physicians would like to take more time with their patients to help them manage their disease syndromes. One method currently under development is to provide customized post office visit care. In this model every physician will a "After Care" card with a QR code embedded having a recording of the physician advising / educating his or her patients. In this example we have placed the physician in a home to make it more personal. But this same After Care setting could be the doctors office. All of this is green screended so the setting is virtual. Additionally, while this is a video recording, our FLASH version can be made interactive. So the verbal descriptions that appear may be clicked and more information forth coming. Highlights: 1. Post office visits advise "After Care" 2. Personalized for each physician. 3. Every time a QR code is scanned the event is tracked so the physician can determine if they are being effective in After Care. 4. Maybe used as Patient Education billing under the affordable care act. 5. May increase patient compliance. 6. Increase patient satisfaction with the physician and enhance their feedback scores which of course is an element in ACA reimbursements... All of the environments are virtual and avatars using the physicians face and recorded voice can be used in place of the actual physician if requested.
Просмотров: 209 Dr. Elizabeth James
Feline Urinary Problems
 
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Animal Care Technologies offers online client education resources that can maximize your opportunity to increase online visibility, compliance and overall client loyalty. Websource allows your hospital to integrate hundreds of state-of-the-art educational videos and pet care articles with your hospital website. Websource drives your clients to your website to find out important pet care information instead of searching on other unreliably online resources. This is a sample video from our pet care video library illustrating common feline urinary issues. For more information or to see more video samples, please visit www.4act.com or call 800-357-3182.
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Treatment compliance in Parkinson's disease
 
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The importance of patient adherence to treatment regimens. Prof. Werner Poewe.
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About TAG Brace
 
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Greg Dower, podiatrist and director, explains the TAG Brace in detail. Discover the huge benefits that this 100% foot unloading brace can provide for your diabetic patients with ulcers or Charcot's Foot, as well as severe lower limb fractures and post operative cases. http://www.tagbrace.com.au Features: - World's only 100% offloading device. - Light-weight and comfortable carbon fibre. - Greatly reduces muscular atrophy and disuse osteopenia and instability brought on by inactivity during recovery. - Eliminates pressure and shear on lower limb fractures and joint reconstructions. - Supports patients up to 260 kg. - Increases patient compliance. - Extremely cost effective. - No tourniquet effect - patella tendon loading. - Rapidly heals diabetic foot ulcers. Current Indications: - Diabetic Ulcers - Foot Fractures - Low Ankle Fractures - Venous Stasis Ulcers - Charcot Arthropathy - Foot or Ankle Deformities - Foot or Ankle Fusions - Foot or Ankle Reconstructions - Traumatic Foot or Ankle Wounds Exclusively Distributed in Australia by Foot Care Solutions® Australia. http://www.footcaresolutions.com.au
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T2DM Guideline Series: Blood Glucose Control, Patient Education in Type 2 Diabetes
 
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A growing global epidemic of diabetes reflects a current incidence of 246 million people worldwide -- this is expected to affect 380 million by 2025. Every 10 seconds a person dies from diabetes-related causes, every 10 seconds two people develop diabetes. In Australia diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease and ranks as the 6th most common cause of death. Type 2 diabetes is associated with reduced life expectancy and significant morbidity due to increased risk of microvascular and macrovascular complications which in turn impact on quality of life. Reduction of possible co-morbid conditions has been shown to be related to effective glycaemic control. Lifestyle modification and therapeutic interventions play a large role in improving blood glucose control in people with type 2 diabetes. Integral to this is effective patient education. All people with type 2 diabetes should be referred for structured diabetes patient education and cost effective strategies sought to implement this in a culturally appropriate manner. This program in a four part series on the new type 2 diabetes Guidelines, looks at two evidence based guidelines; Patient Education in Type 2 Diabetes and Blood Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes. The program discusses practice points and changes in goals for management related to these guidelines. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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Who Will Pay for Medication Adherence Technology?
 
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Barriers to Adherence -- Amy J. Yoffie, CEO of iReminder, presents at the 2010 Connected Health Symposium on the "Amping Up Compliance" panel.
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Motivational Interviewing
 
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Therapeutic adhesion or compliance In order to improve therapeutic adhesion of patients with coronary heart disease, it is crucial to use tools developed for the treatment of chronic disease. Therapeutic education and the spirit of motivational interviews are such tools. Moreover, the tools used to give information have to perform well and be used at appropriate moments so as to enhance their impact on the patient. Therapeutic adhesion is conditioned by the quality of communication and information regarding the disease and its treatment. The objective of communication is to transmit a message from a teacher (in this case a health care provider) to reach a therapeutic goal. In order for this to be effective, the communication tools have to take into account two parameters: the teaching ability of the health care provider and the learning ability of the patient. These two parameters depend on a patient's emotional, cognitive and relationship factors, all of which have to be taken into account. The finality is to have the patient convince himself to actively manage his disease and to place himself at the centre of the treatment process. This ensures optimal therapeutic adhesion and therefore diminishes the risk of recurrence of cardiovascular events. Therapeutic education: an effective approach to chronic disease The chronic nature of the disease puts the temporal dimension at the centre of the medical management of patients. Beyond primary and secondary prevention, therapeutic education (TE) enriches the role of the health care provider as it provides an opportunity to be a partner in the creation of a therapeutic project which takes into account imperatives of the disease and the life project of the patient. "Therapeutic education must enable patients to acquire and maintain skills that allow them to manage their treatment in an optimal manner in order to reach a balance between their life and their disease. It is a continual process that is an integral part of medical care. (...) TE is designed to help patients and their families understand their disease and treatment, to cooperate with health care providers, to live in a healthy manner and to increase their quality of life." (OMS, 1988) The usefulness of TE in the management of chronic disease has been shown for diverse pathologies (diabetes, asthma heart failure, obesity, HIV), most notably by improving adhesion to treatment, decreasing complications, and increasing quality of life. In the area of coronary heart disease, a recent large meta analysis confirmed the effectiveness of secondary prevention programmes in decreasing mortality and recurrence of myocardial infarctions. Other work has shown that paying attention to patients' representations and perceptions of their disease increases adhesion to cardiac rehabilitation programmes. The patient acquires the means to become an effective health care partner, which in turn allows the heath care provider to be successful in his mandate. This approach implies that constant attention be given to the psycho-affective dimension. Acceptance, living with coronary heart disease, personal identity, and self esteem are all essential elements that influence adhesion to treatment. Moreover, long term management of disease requires behaviour and lifestyle modification such as taking of medication, self surveillance, eating habits, regular physical activity, all of which can be difficult to maintain. Motivational training is an integral part of therapeutic education. A new paradigm for the health care provider In the keeping with the idea of accompanying a patient with chronic disease, TE asks the health care provider to change paradigm. Indeed, schematically, in acute disease the patient expects answers, solutions and treatment, often in an urgent manner. The health care provider is active and the patient is passive. In chronic disease, the patient is the principal actor in his treatment. The long term aspect of the disease requires the patient to be considered in his entirety and that resources be developed that will accompany the patient throughout the journey, these resources being his skills. In order to do this, the health care provider will help the patient understand, learn and use these skills, change his behaviour and find a meaning to all of this. The health care provider creates a situation in which the patient's beliefs can be explored, in which curiosity is brought about, and in which the patient can find answers and make educated decisions. The patient's life experience is considered as an opportunity to learn. in www.elips.ch
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Telehealth Services to Increase Access to Care & Population Health | ApolloMD CareHub
 
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24/7 Telehealth Services improve access to care and population health management w/ access to board certified physicians via phone, tablet, or computer
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How Can Medication Adherence be Improved?
 
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Raulo Frear, PharmD, general manager of OmedaRx, discusses developing trends in medication compliance.
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Putting People First - Improving Diabetes Care and Outcomes on the South Side of Chicago
 
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The South Side Diabetes project brings together patients, doctors, clinics, and community partners to improve the lives of people with diabetes on Chicago’s South Side. They work to increase awareness of this disease by hosting a variety of healthy eating tours and health events all over the South Side community that are free to join. "Putting People First" is a community service of Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
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Diabetes&Ramadan - e-Learning Program | Dr. Mohamed Hassanein, Scientific Editor
 
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As the prevalence of diabetes continues to increase across the globe, so do the many barriers that physicians face as they work to manage their patients. Aside from the traditional barriers of medication choices, administration, side effects, compliance, and adherence, another barrier that plays as much of a role in patients' lives is culture. Cultural beliefs and cultural behaviors are paramount, so much so, that patients willingly negate their diabetic treatment for certain periods. One such concern is during the holy month of Ramadan. To address these very real concerns, we have developed a series of modules to address the knowledge gap regarding this holy month, as well as the very real diabetic ramifications that it places on patients observing this religious month. - Target audience: the program is designed for physicians and health care professionals who manage patients with diabetes during Ramadan. - Topics covered are of interest to clinically oriented physicians, researchers, epidemiologists, psychologists, diabetes educators, and other health professionals. TO ACCESS THE PROGRAM The e-Learning program Diabetes&Ramadan comes as part of DiabetesCareOnline.net, an Educational Resource designed for physicians and health care professionals who manage people with diabetes. To learn more about Diabetes&Ramadan, and access other useful resources related to diabetes treatment, register for free at: www.diabetescareonline.net
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USMLE Respiratory 7: Obstructive Diseases, COPD (Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis), Cystic Fibrosis
 
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Welcome to LY Med, where I go over everything you need to know for the USMLE STEP 1, with new videos every day. Follow along with First Aid, or with my notes which can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fa2307zt7970c19/AADE66sTZnvNjYpMR3ueKDhHa?dl=0 So we're all done with physiology, let's talk about lung pathology. We start with a discussion of the group of lung diseases called obstructive lung diseases. Later we'll talk about restrictive lung diseases. In obstructive lung disease, there is a blockage and makes it difficult to breathe out. This traps air and causes an increase in residual volume and hyperinflation of the lung, which can flatten the diaphragm and show as barrel-chest. This obstruction also makes it difficult to forcefully breathe out - lowering our FVC, as well as our FEV1 and FEV1/FVC ratio (much less than 0.8). It can also cause V/Q mismatch, due to decreased ventilation. Air trapping can also be seen on chest xray. So what are the collection of diseases that make up obstructive lung disease? The first two are due to smoking and lead to COPD, which is emphysema or chronic bronchitis. 1) Emphysema - smoke affects the respiratory zone, drawing in neutrophils which can release elastase. Elastase can break down our alveoli. Normally, we balance this with a liver protein called alpha-1 antitrypsin. However, in smoking it recruits a large amount of neutrophils and also blocks AAT. Smoking is the biggest cause of emphysema, however know that there is also another cause - hereditary deficiency of AAT. This codominant mutation leads to misfolded AAT which get's stuck in the liver - causing cirrhosis and hepatotoxicity as well as cirrhosis. So the history will be much different, but these two also affect different portions of the respiratory zone. In smoking, it will affect the upper lungs and the beginning portion of the acinus - or centriacinar. In hereditary deficiency, it affects your entire acinus, or panacinar. It also affects all lobes of your lungs, including your lower lungs. Now one unrelated one is paraseptal emphysema. This causes emphysema and bullae near the pleura and can cause spontaneous pneumothorax. This is seen in young, healthy thin males. 2) Chronic bronchitis - smoking affects the conducting zone by destroying the mucociliary escalator. It destroys your cilia and turns it into squamous metaplasia. It causes hyperplasia of the mucus glands, as indicated by an increase Reid index. Lab findings will show respiratory acidosis as well as chronic hypoxia, which can release EPO and cause polycythemia. Also it leads to hypoxic vasoconstriction which can lead to pulmonary hypertension. This leads to cor pulmonale, right heart failure and hypertrophy. 3) Bronchiectasis - often due to chronic infections which cause inflammation and dilation of the airways. This leads to cupfuls of sputum. What leads patients to be predispose to chronic infections? Well causes include HIV, cancer, Kartagener's syndrome, and cystic fibrosis (CF). Let's discuss CF in detail. This is a mutation in CFTR which leads to misfolded transmembrane chloride channels. The most common mutation is F508, a three nucleotide deletion which leads to a loss of phenylalanine in the 508 position. These channels are degraded in the golgi and never make it to the membrane in the first place. In the organs, this channel is needed to thin secretions. A loss of this leads to thick secretions which lead to meconium ileus, pancreatitis, malabsorption, diabetes, bronchiectasis, nasal polyps, and infertility (loss of vas deferens in mens). In your skin, this channel TAKES in chloride. A loss of this channel thus means chloride is stuck on the skin. This is the basis of the sweat test. Newborn screening is through immunoreactive trypsinogen.
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Telecare Nurse Cindy Kuhlman shares her "Best Practices" for Medicine Compliance
 
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Third Segment in Presentation
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Rebecca Killion, MA, Comments on Patient Adherence in Diabetes Treatment
 
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For other AJMCtv interviews, click here: http://www.ajmc.com/ajmc-tv/interviews
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Do. Track. Earn. Data Aggregation to Increase and Track Patient Adherence | Mikki Nash, Achievemint
 
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Mikki Nasch, CEO, Achievemint speaks at Qualcomm Life (http://www.qualcommlife.com/) Connect 2013 customer summit. Connect 2013 explores ways in which Qualcomm Life and 2net Ecosystem collaborators are leveraging wireless and health information technology to increase access to health care, lower costs and improve health outcomes. Connect 2013 presenters are all truly pushing the needle forward in mHealth. Connect with Qualcomm Life- Twitter: http://twitter.com/QualcommLife Tweet Us: @QualcommLife
Просмотров: 474 Qualcomm Life
Culturally-competent Health Provider Communication
 
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Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander patients and their healthcare providers experience a number of cultural issues in talking with each other about diabetes. Discover the principles and methods for effective culturally competent communication between patients and the health care providers who strive to assist them. Dr. William Hsu and Dr. Nia Aitaoto presented this webinar based on their extensive experience in culturally-competent communication. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/ndep/videos/culturally-competent-health-provider-webinar-low-res-video.mp4
Improving Adherence to Therapy: A Patient-centered Approach
 
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The webcast uses a case-based lesson to review diabetes therapies that improve monitoring, achievement of therapeutic guidelines, patient adherence, and the overall continuity of care for inpatients and outpatients. Visit http://www.ccfcme.org/incretinvgrvideos to claim CME credit or learn more about the Incretin-Related Therapies in Diabetes series. The therapy webcast features expert faculty member, Leann Olansky, MD, of Cleveland Clinic, with commentary by Activity Director, Charles Faiman, MD. The video was produced by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center for Continuing Education and the Endocrine, Diabetes & Metabolism Institute. Interested in related CME education? Visit http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/endocrinology/
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Improving Patient Medication Adherence Lecture
 
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Improving Patient Medication Adherence Lecture We do not monetize nor profit from any of this content. This is for educational purposes to spread awareness. If you like our channel, follow us on our social media for daily updates. Who knows? You may learn a lot! Website: http://www.theeagleforce.net/health/index.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheEagleForce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eagleforcehealth/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EagleForce-Health-1663167110602468/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/JT-Justin Blog: https://eagleforcehealth.wordpress.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/5044148?trk=tyah&trkInfo=clickedVertical%3Acompany%2CclickedEntityId%3A5044148%2Cidx%3A2-2-3%2CtarId%3A1461084427814%2Ctas%3Aeaglefor We do not monetize nor profit from any of this content.
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Are there Different "Types" of Alzheimer's? [James Maskell, Functional Forum]
 
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http://goevomed.com Are there Different "Types" of Alzheimer's? We asked Dr. Dale Bredesen on the Functional Forum. http://goevomed.com/hc HARNESSING THE POWER OF COMMUNITY IN YOUR PRACTICE ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-- Our team created a special free video just for you. It’s called "Harnessing The Power Of Community In Your Practice" and reveals how to use the power of community to increase patient compliance, position yourself as a influential leader, impact more people, while building a stronger practice and increasing referrals. All you have to do is click here: http://goevomed.com/hc GoEvoMed
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Emphysema (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) - centriacinar, panacinar, paraseptal
 
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What is emphysema? Emphysema's a type of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) where the connective tissue in the lungs breaks down, obstructing the airways. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Study better with Osmosis Prime. Retain more of what you’re learning, gain a deeper understanding of key concepts, and feel more prepared for your courses and exams. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways and more when you follow us on social: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Thank you to our Patreon supporters: Alex Wright Omar Berrios Osmosis's Vision: Empowering the world’s caregivers with the best learning experience possible.
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adatraining
 
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CT DDS ADA Training Video
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How to Create a Facebook Business Fan Page
 
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How to Create a Facebook Business Fan Page Scentsy- www.beautynscents.net Velata- www.cookncreate.net (please select Open House or Party from my Open parties on my website's home page) *videos are best viewed in HD - Please adjust to highest setting. All videos on this channel are all opinions based on my own experience. "Dream ~ Believe ~ Inspire" Edie Anne, Author, Independent Scentsy Star Director & Coach "Creating Opportunities for Life" “You have to want it, strive for it and achieve it. Never give up. Never give In. Be you and be true”. ~EdieAnne I'm a Direct Sales Entrepreneur, Industry Leader & Author that brings techniques & skills to help build a strong business and self awareness. I've been coaching people for more than 8 years. Having my own experiences & creating my own story has helped me become a valuable coach & mentor to others. Using mindset & action, I've created an amazing strategy for becoming inspired to not only be a successful entrepreneur but to be an incredible & better "YOU"! This strategy is The Rite of Passage to the Life of Your Dreams. Based on sharing & creating opportunities, The BNS Network is providing people around the world with a basis for change in their lives. By joining forces with other like minded people, we can provide a catalyst for change & abundance. Team Positive Scents has members world wide & we strive to provide the best coaching & support. Being a Scentsy Consultant is more than just providing a product, it's a way of life. A positive change, a mindset to better things and better living. Joining is easy, sharing is easy and the happiness that follows is priceless. It's about taking the opportunity when it is handed to you. So take it!! Sign up for my free daily QuoteActions: http://quoteactions.com/a/profile/1703 Personal Profile Page- http://fb.com/edieanne2 Ind. Scentsy Fan Page- http://fb.com/edieanne1 My Website- http://edieanne.com The BNS Channel- http://theBNSnet.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/edieanne Periscope: edieanne Google+ http://plus.google.com/+EdieAnne Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/edieanne LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/edieanne FourSquare: edieanne YouTube: http://thebnsnet.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/edieanne2 Dressing Your Truth- http://bns.dressingyourtruth.com/ Author Page: http://amazon.com/author/edieanne *I am certainly not a miracle worker however I can get your mindset right to accepting a miracle! ;) Again what works for one may not work for another! "creating videos" "working at home" "how to" "scent of the month" "chocolate" "home decor" "wax" "candles" "sales" "Medifast" "tsfl" "weightloss" "work from home" "inspiration" "motivation" "coaching" "diabetes" #thebnsnet #scentsy #flameless #wickless #velata #graceadele #edieanne #inspiration #coaching #entrepreneur #journey #joy #happiness #positive #beautynscents #cookncreate #quotes #believeyoucan #createyourfuture #mindset #diabetes #sbdiet Scentsy Velata "Home Party" products Fundraisers Events Compensation "Work at home" jewelry candles wax money gifts chocolate Scent Opportunity EdieAnne VLOG "Scent of the Month" join positive journey employment WAHM "direct sales training" "southbeach diet" sbdiet "healthy living" health education "online business" "network marketing" coaching marketing cooking "home decor" fragrance sency trending shopping "direct selling" travel diabetes
mHealth-Enhanced Support from Informal Caregivers Improves Medication Adherence
 
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Speaker: James E. Aikens, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Department of Family Medicine and Faculty Affiliate, Center for Managing Chronic Disease University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Description: Although telemonitoring-assisted care management improves outcomes in many chronic conditions, creative strategies are needed to overcome logistical limitations in available personnel, health care finances, and technical support. Additionally, patients' in-home caregivers are often overburdened, prone to burnout, and coping with their own medical conditions. Recent and ongoing projects at the University of Michigan (Center for Center for Managing Chronic Disease, and the Department of Family Medicine) have used mobile health (mHealth) technologies to enable informal caregiver from outside the patient's home to support their medication adherence and self-management in real time. In this mHealth system, patients with diabetes, heart failure, or depression undergo weekly automated telephonic health assessments during which they hear problem-tailored messages about adherence and self-management. Their informal caregiver (a designated close friend or family member from outside their home) receives corresponding guidance on how to support the patient's self-management, while their clinician is notified about any medically-urgent situations. Our preliminary trials show that, compared to basic telemonitoring, incorporating informal caregivers into this system enhances medication adherence and illness self-management behaviors. If ultimately shown effective in our ongoing NIH-funded RCTs, then these and similar mHealth programs could be broadly implemented, have major public health impact, and be expanded to simultaneously address multiple chronic conditions.
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What Is The Normal Range For A Finger Stick?
 
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What are normal blood sugar levels? (with pictures). Monitoring your blood diabetes education online. Fingerstick testing is still the most accurate reflection of sugar levels in receiver displays a glucose reading which an average these samples to establish preliminary normal reference values for cgm parameters sample results there was excellent compliance finger stick blood a1c measurement between 4 6. What diabetes patients don't know between finger stick glucose monitoring ncbi nih. Diabetes forum blood glucose webmd. Ask an expert different fasting fingerstick glucose resultsblood sugar (glucose). Values for continuous glucose diabetes care. Finger stick blood glucose testing in the special olympics. Understanding your average blood sugar diabetes education know glucose target range mayo clinic. Normal blood sugar range in adults what is a normal result for finger prick test? . What is a normal blood sugar level? Diabetes self management. Cgms system gold fills in at the other end of spectrum, a true value 350 mg dl might register as glucose (measured using finger stick test strips) to plasma level reported by 23 apr 2009 total 434 healthy individuals with normal regulation there was excellent compliance blood values type called sugar often done fingerstick help you levels for people who do not have diabetes are 25 may 2016 regular monitoring is one ways should never share needles or devices any reason 1 mar 2012 via samples, it recommended that show within 20. Understanding diabetes. Uk diabetes_care blood sugar level ranges. Html normally, your blood glucose levels increase slightly after you eat. The result of your a1c test can be used to estimate average blood sugar level. Lean protein and heart healthy fats, eating regular meals daily with a consistent amount of blood glucose monitoring is way testing the concentration in patients therefore require traditional fingerstick measurements for calibration (typically twice per day) are however, sugar levels, when changing rapidly, may read normal range on cgm system while reality discriminate rapid fall from truly low value. May 2013 a normal fasting blood glucose target range for an individual without diabetes targets should be in healthy to prevent 11 mar 2010 i can check my at work with fingerstick. Self blood glucose monitoring in diabetes mellitus uptodate. We finger is not clean and dry (sugar on will raise result; Alcohol or water interfere) 13 jan 2016 what are normal levels of blood sugar, how can you achieve them? Your glucose at a given moment with fingerstick test small amount obtained, usually through stick, placed in meter which calculates provides digital readout only 19 oct 2015 never share monitoring equipment who maintain near sugar have lower risk the best way to keep low eat healthy diet do regular checking stick an important part controlling. This is finger stick measurements compared with ggms. Know the blood from a finger stick, but arm level will not be low. An old pro
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What is ARTERIAL STIFFNESS? What does ARTERIAL STIFFNESS mean? ARTERIAL STIFFNESS meaning
 
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What is ARTERIAL STIFFNESS? What does ARTERIAL STIFFNESS mean? ARTERIAL STIFFNESS meaning - ARTERIAL STIFFNESS definition - ARTERIAL STIFFNESS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Arterial stiffness occurs as a consequence of biological aging and arteriosclerosis. Increased arterial stiffness is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events such as myocardial infarction and stroke, the two leading causes of death in the developed world. The World Health Organisation predicts that in 2010, cardiovascular disease will also be the leading killer in the developing world and represents a major global health problem. Several degenerative changes that occur with age in the walls of large elastic arteries are thought to contribute to increased stiffening over time, including the mechanical fraying of lamellar elastin structures within the wall due to repeated cycles of mechanical stress; changes in the kind and increases in content of arterial collagen proteins, partially as a compensatory mechanism against the loss of arterial elastin and partially due to fibrosis; and crosslinking of adjacent collagen fibers by advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs). When the heart contracts it generates a pulse or energy wave that travels through the circulatory system. The speed of travel of this pulse wave (pulse wave velocity (PWV)) is related to the stiffness of the arteries. Other terms that are used to describe the mechanical properties of arteries include elastance, or the reciprocal (inverse) of elastance, compliance. The relationship between arterial stiffness and pulse wave velocity was first predicted by Thomas Young in his Croonian Lecture of 1808 but is generally described by the Moens–Korteweg equation or the Bramwell–Hill equation. Typical values of PWV in the aorta range from approximately 5 m/s to 15 m/s. Measurement of aortic PWV provides some of the strongest evidence concerning the prognostic significance of large artery stiffening. Increased aortic PWV has been shown to predict cardiovascular, and in some cases all cause, mortality in individuals with end stage renal failure, hypertension, diabetes mellitus and in the general population. However, at present, the role of measurement of PWV as a general clinical tool remains to be established. Devices are on the market that measure arterial stiffness parameters (augmentation index, pulse wave velocity). These include the Complior, CVProfilor, PeriScope, Hanbyul Meditech, Mobil-O-Graph NG, BP Plus (Pulsecor), PulsePen, BPLab Vasotens, Arteriograph, and SphygmoCor. The primary sites of end-target organ damage following an increase in arterial stiffness are the heart, the brain (stroke, white matter hyperintensities (WMHs)), and the kidneys (age-related loss of renal function). The mechanisms linking arterial stiffness to end-organ damage are several-fold. Firstly, stiffened arteries compromise the Windkessel effect of the arteries. The Windkessel effect buffers the pulsatile ejection of blood from the heart converting it into a more steady, even outflow. This function depends on the elasticity of the arteries and stiffened arteries require a greater amount of force to permit them to accommodate the volume of blood ejected from the heart (stroke volume). This increased force requirement equates to an increase in pulse pressure. The increase in pulse pressure may result in increased damage to blood vessels in target organs such as the brain or kidneys. This effect may be exaggerated if the increase in arterial stiffness results in reduced wave reflection and more propagation of the pulsatile pressure into the microcirculation. An increase in arterial stiffness also increases the load on the heart, since it has to perform more work to maintain the stroke volume. Over time, this increased workload causes left ventricular hypertrophy and left ventricular remodelling, which can lead to heart failure. The increased workload may also be associated with a higher heart rate, a proportionately longer duration of systole and a comparative reduction of duration of diastole. This decreases the amount of time available for perfusion of cardiac tissue, which largely occurs in diastole. Thus the hypertrophic heart, which has a greater oxygen demand, may have a compromised supply of oxygen and nutrients. ...
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Tips for New Scentsy Consultants
 
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Scentsy- www.beautynscents.net (please select Open House or Party from my Open parties during checkout) *videos are best viewed in HD - Please adjust to highest setting. All videos on this channel are all opinions based on my own experience. "Dream ~ Believe ~ Inspire" Edie Anne, Author, Independent Scentsy Star Director & Coach "Creating Opportunities for Life" “You have to want it, strive for it and achieve it. Never give up. Never give In. Be you and be true”. ~EdieAnne I'm a Direct Sales Entrepreneur, Industry Leader & Author that brings techniques & skills to help build a strong business and self awareness. I've been coaching people for more than 8 years and consider myself a coach but a mindset specialist. Having my own experiences & creating my own story has helped me become a valuable coach & mentor to others. Using mindset & action, I've created an amazing strategy for becoming inspired to not only be a successful entrepreneur but to be an incredible & better "YOU"! This strategy is The Rite of Passage to the Life of Your Dreams. Based on sharing & creating opportunities, The BNS Network is providing people around the world with a basis for change in their lives. By joining forces with other like minded people, we can provide a catalyst for change & abundance. Team Positive Scents has members world wide & we strive to provide the best coaching & support. Being a Scentsy Consultant is more than just providing a product, it's a way of life. A positive change, a mindset to better things and better living. Joining is easy, sharing is easy and the happiness that follows is priceless. It's about taking the opportunity when it is handed to you. So take it!! Sign up for my free daily QuoteActions: http://quoteactions.com/a/profile/1703 Personal Profile Page- http://fb.com/edieanne2 Ind. Scentsy Fan Page- http://fb.com/edieanne1 My Website- http://edieanne.com The BNS Channel- http://theBNSnet.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/edieanne Periscope: edieannev http://edieanne.tv Google+ http://plus.google.com/+EdieAnne Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/edieanne LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/edieanne FourSquare: edieanne YouTube: http://thebnsnet.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/edieanne2 Dressing Your Truth- http://bns.dressingyourtruth.com/ Author Page: http://amazon.com/author/edieanne *I am certainly not a miracle worker however I can get your mindset right to accepting a miracle! ;) Again what works for one may not work for another! "creating videos" "working at home" "how to" "scent of the month" "home decor" "wax" "candles" "sales" "Medifast" "tsfl" "weightloss" "work from home" "inspiration" "motivation" "coaching" "diabetes" #arthritis #thebnsnet #scentsy #flameless #wickless #velata #graceadele #edieanne #inspiration #coaching #entrepreneur #journey #joy #happiness #positive #beautynscents #cookncreate #quotes #believeyoucan #createyourfuture #mindset #diabetes #sbdiet #aspiretoinspire Scentsy "Home Party" products Fundraisers Events Compensation "Work at home" jewelry candles wax money gifts chocolate Scent Opportunity EdieAnne VLOG "Scent of the Month" join positive journey employment WAHM "direct sales training" "southbeach diet" sbdiet "healthy living" health education "online business" "network marketing" coaching marketing "home decor" fragrance sency trending shopping "direct selling" travel diabetes
Keep Patients Informed with Ophthalmology Patient Videos
 
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Increase your patients comprehension, compliance and recall with the Academy's all-new videos. The perfect complement to the Academy's rewritten brochures and handouts, these videos help you set realistic expectations, reduce patients' anxiety levels, save time, deliver a consistent message, strengthen your informed consent process and reduce malpractice risk. Features include: • Short, concise HD videos in English and Spanish • Easy-to-use downloadable files for desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, websites and patient portals • Easy-to-understand explanations • Advertisement-free content Order Today http://www.aao.org/store | 866.561.8558
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Dead Doctors Don't Lie -- Part 2
 
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Skyrocketing health-care costs today are forcing many people to take another look at conventional medical treatment and determine how they can eliminate a major portion of costly medical expenses. Dr. Joel D. Wallach and Dr. Ma Lan discuss the importance of the ninety essential nutrients and sixty essential minerals and how they affect your body and health. Their principle medical axiom is this: It's not what you eat that kills you, it's what you don't eat. Dr. Wallach has been involved in biomedical research and clinical medicine for 30 years. He received his B.S. Degree from the University of Missouri. Dr. Ma Lan was educated in the Peoples Republic of China. She received her M.D. from Beijing Medical University, took her residency in Peoples Hospital, Beijing and was a staff surgeon at the Canton Air Force Hospital. FDA Compliance The information on this website has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration or any other medical body. We do not aim to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. Information is shared for educational purposes only. You must consult your doctor before acting on any content on this website, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. For Optimal Health Dr Joel Wallach Discovered We Need All 90 Essential Nutrients, 60 Minerals, 16 Vitamins, 12 Amino Acids, 3 Essential Fatty Acids. Lack of these essential nutrients weakens the body's ability to rebuild itself and increases the potential for 900 Nutritional Deficiency Diseases. Order of Lecture: 1. Veterinary health care 2. America's longevity (4:25) 3. Dead doctors don't lie (8:01) 4. Age beating conditions (11:44) 5. Salt & high blood pressure (17:31) 6. Cholesterol & heart disease (20:50) 7. Arthritis & osteoporosis (23:10) 8. Early warning signs (27:43) 9. Copper & aneurysms (31:25) 10. Athletes (35:22) 11. Calcium (37:30) 12. Essential nutrition (40:41) 13. Joint injuries (45:01) 14. Athletes (46:27) 15. Arthritis (48:56) 16. Bone spurs/osteoporosis (51:24) 17. Cancer (51:55) 18. Diabetes (55:28) 19. Alzheimer's/cholesterol (57:13) 20. ADD/ADHD (59:39) 21. Pregnancy/birth defects (1:02:24) 22. Asthma/ allergies (1:04:29) 23. Safety of supplements (1:08:14) 24. Fibromyalgia (1:09:25) 25. Infant formulas (1:10:52)
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Clinical Diagnostics & Research - A Virtual Conference
 
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This year will be our 7th annual Clinical Diagnostics & Research online conference. Attendees can earn free CME and CE Credits. The theme of this conference is a range of medical and clinical and research topics such as Personalized Healthcare, Pathology, Oncology, Infectious Disease, Laboratory Testing, Cardiology, Diabetes, Point of Care, Molecular Diagnostics, Hematology, Automation, Nutrition, Vitamin D, Allergy, Clinical Research, Mass Spectrometry, and much more. This event will bring together clinicians, researchers, medical experts and professionals from around the world to learn about recent advances in clinical diagnostics, research and medicine. This conference offers an amazing opportunity as it is free to participants, and there will be no out-of-pocket expenses for travel. However, participants will still benefit from interacting with a global community of like-minded colleagues, without leaving the comfort of their office or home. Clinical Diagnostics & Research 2016 will cover topics including: FDA Regulation in Clinical Labs from a laboratory perspective, an FDA perspective, and other regulations and international standards Precision Medicine Symposium with a basic research update, focus on clinical utility and application, reimbursement and logistical limitations in practical care, and pharmacogenetics Point of Care Discussion, including hospital management challenges, working in a clinical environment or under-resourced areas and bringing opportunity to these areas, and FDA guidance in critical care Lab Automation in clinical microbiology, pre-analytical automation, and routine chemistry Pain Management associated with opiate addiction, laboratory interface with clinics, CDC guidelines, logistic challenges with testing, and reimbursement Informatics and Big Data including electronic medical records and data repositories Conference participants will be able to: Attend interactive live streaming video sessions Have their questions answered in real-time by industry experts Receive Free CME and CE Continuing Education Credits Chat live with peers and speakers Browse a virtual exhibit floor for solution providers Use #LRclinical to follow the conversation Here are continuing medical education (CME) learner objectives that attendees should be able to do as a result of participating in this activity. Ability to contrast previous and newly released guidelines Take action to increase partnership and collaboration with clinicians Identify actions that can be taken to deliver quality results faster to clinicians Better define personalized healthcare today and explain the role of companion diagnostics Better describe diagnostic tools used in the patient workups Better describe how the evolution of laboratory testing in health has impacted the patient Identify the role of the clinical laboratory in contributing to or preventing diagnostic errors Identify laboratory directed interventions that can reduce diagnostic errors Describe analytical issues associated with various assays Recognize the patient safety risks associated with misuse of the clinical laboratory Identify several categories of commonly misused laboratory tests Advise patients on the likely long term effects of certain surgery in patients with diseases Explain levels of personalized medicine as it attempts to predict individual response to therapy
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Insulin pen injector ADVAPEN® by Copernicus
 
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ADVAPEN® is a new generation, automatic insulin pen injector, dedicated to an administration of insulin. The increasing awareness of the importance of the human factors and ergonomic design for the safe and effortless insulin administration, make ADVAPEN® an ultimate offer to increase a patient compliance, thus improving an effectiveness of the insulin therapy. The features like: constant speed of injection, low-force drug delivery, easy to reach release button, visual confirmation of the delivery completion (green spot) have been appreciated by hundreds of thousands of users of the Copernicus innovative pen injectors, distributed by numerous pharma companies worldwide. In order to learn about other Copernicus pen injectors – please visit www.copernicus.net.pl
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OneHealth - 321 FastDraw
 
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We created this FastDraw for the company OneHealth, which helps companies properly care for their employees with more than one chronic illness by offering plans, reduced costs and support. ------------------------ We all know that healthcare costs are rising -- but how is that money actually being spent? For employers, more than 75% of their medical expenditures go towards the treatment of chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Yet, only 3% of that expenditure covers behavioral health conditions, like depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Why is this relevant? Because while treating a chronic medical condition is expensive, that cost is DOUBLED when paired with a co-occurring behavioral health condition. And, unfortunately, this is the case for 50% of all chronic disease sufferers! Let's say one of your employees has a chronic condition and is given a care plan to best manage her disease. When she also suffers from a behavioral health issue, she is less likely to adhere to her care plan, take her medications as prescribed, and understand, remember or heed her healthcare advice. Those who are depressed or anxious, are also less likely to exercise or eat well, and more likely to isolate and engage in risky behaviors like smoking and excessive drinking. As a result, there is an increased lack of compliance and risk of medical complications, leading to more hospitalizations and ultimately higher costs to you. Yet - there is hope. By treating these conditions together, we can significantly reduce chronic medical costs and improve health outcomes. OneHealth is the leading technology-enabled service to help you do just that by addressing each individual's behavioral AND medical health conditions together. Although corporate wellness programs can be useful at helping employees stay healthy, they often struggle to measurably reduce the costs of caring for those with a chronic condition. Disease managment's use of direct mail, call center services and educational websites does impact chronic populations, but leaves many HR executives looking for better solutions that offer higher engagement, greater consumer choice, and lower costs... OneHealth's mobile and web behavior change platform, allows your employees and their dependents anonymous access to real-time peer support, whenever and wherever they need it. Our service provides an integrated, employee-centric approach where individuals can form trusted relationships and begin to change their behaviors. Our monitored platform built on social technology, clinical principles, and game mechanics, engages members, lowers the costs of care and improves outcomes. And our OneHealth Coaches and Experts provide the additional support and encouragement that affords a safe, personalized experience to help each individual set and achieve their personal health goals, when they're ready. By focusing on a patient's medical and behavioral conditions in a safe, HIPAA-compliant, moderated platform, OneHealth has been able to reduce re-admissions by more than 50% and lower medical costs by thousands of dollars per individual. OneHealth. An easy-to-use solution, to engage your employees, reduce healthcare costs, and improve productivity. ------------------------ For more info, please visit http://www.321fastdraw.com/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Google+: http://gplus.to/321fastdraw
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CPC Exam Prep — What is HIPAA?
 
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CPC Exam Prep — What is HIPAA? http://www.cco.us/cpc-practice-exam-yt Alicia: The first slide that we’ve got is the CPT exam prep: What is HIPAA? HIPAA does go across the board and touches everybody in the medical field, whether you’re a clinician, whether you’re a coder, whether you’re a patient, whether you’re a secretary in the medical office, it really touches everybody. What is HIPAA? Well, one way that you can recognize that somebody knows what they’re talking about when they’re talking about HIPAA is if they spell it HIPAA for the abbreviation versus HIPPA. And I had a student one time when we had done the study on HIPAA, then she gone to her doctor’s office and she said “All the plackets that they had throughout the office – which they had one like in front of every room where you’re going to see the doctor – every single door had that ‘We are HIPPA compliant’” and it was spelled HIPPA. And so, she let them know and it was one of those “ah!” moments, you know. So, most of the times when you think about HIPAA, you think about privacy; and that is a big part of HIPAA, but it’s not the only thing that you need to know about HIPAA especially if you’re a coder. If you’re a patient and you’re concerned about your privacy, that’s when people in the lay community think about HIPAA, privacy is the main thing that they’re thinking about. But now that there’s advances in electronic technology, it’s not just privacy that they have to worry about, it’s transferring information from one entity to another, one facility to another. There are rules and regulations that go with that. Congress added a Federal privacy protection for individually identifiable health information which has its own little acronym. The Rule set national standards for protection of individual’s identifiable health information by three types of covered entities: health plans, and healthcare clearinghouses, and health care providers who conduct the standard health care transactions electronically. Now, when they did this, when they first started working at this in 2000 and then they made some changes in 2002 & 2003, and there’s still probably going to make changes in the future as technology increases and we’re able to do more and more with health records, we’ll see the HIPAA evolve and grow. Let me scroll down here.... Get more CPC exam tips, CPC exam preparation videos, medical coding training, CEU credits and more at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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