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Building and Office Evacuation Training Video - Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety
 
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There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including: • Fires • Chemical Spills • Toxic or Explosive Gas Releases, • Explosions • Violent Behaviour, and • Bomb Threats. The larger the building, the more organisation is required to ensure everyone is evacuated effectively and as safely as possible. But regardless of the size or type of building or buildings, or number of employees, every organisation should have a tried and tested evacuation plan. This program covers: • The Evacuation Plan • The Evacuation Team • The Chief Warden • Your Responsibility • Training and Practice Every Building must have a tried and tested evacuation plan, and everyone must be familiar with it, and know their role.
Views: 307306 Safetycare
FireSafety
 
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This video was produced to remind individuals of the "do's and don'ts" of reaction if a fire occurs in a hospital setting. Examples from real incidents were used to make education points with addition of humor to promote teamwork with rapid and safe responses to an unexpected emergency situation.
Views: 36773 oumedicine
Planning for the Safety of Minors: Routine and Emergency Situations
 
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In this webinar, Ann H. Franke, president of Wise Results, LLC, brings attention to an issue that often goes unnoticed. Look around campus and you’ll notice lots of kids. They come without parents, particularly during the summer, to attend camps and academic enrichment programs. Your institution probably runs year-round tutoring, both on- and off-campus, K-12 school partnerships, and lots more. Most institutions develop their safety and emergency protocols to meet the needs of college students and adult visitors. This webinar explores key questions to consider when hosting youth programs on campus. Webinar participants learn vital issues they should raise at their own institutions and practical options for resolving them.
Cardiac Monitor (Telemetry) Lead Placement ;)
 
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www.Empowern.com Tele Lead Placement Hi Guys! This is a quick fun video to show you a little trick about how to place cardiac monitor leads also known as telemetry leads! When you are a cardiac nurse also known as a step down nurse, tele nurse, ICU nurse.... ect. You will need to monitor your patients heart rhythm. To do this we use what is called a ecg machine or electrocardiogram... this measures the electrical activity that the heart is producing from each of the areas. This allows you to see what is physically going on in your patients heart. What is cool about this is that it is an extra way to monitor your patient close. Many times these machines are build in on the walls and can restrict the patients activity due to the length of the wire. On most of the units that I work in we have what is called a remote telemetry monitor. It is basically the size of a hand and can be placed in the patients hospital gown pocket. This allows the patient to room around the room & most of the time the rest of the unit and we will still be able to see out patients cardiac rhythm. So in this video I will show you how and where to place the leads so that you can properly monitor your patient. I will also show you a trick that will help you remember where the proper placement is :) I really hope you enjoy this video... if you do. Please give it a thumbs up and post a comment to let me know! Cannot wait to see you again soon! xoxo - Caroline Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction.
Views: 229551 EmpoweRN
Active Shooters and Workplace Violence in Healthcare Facilities: Your Prevention and Response Plan
 
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Click here for more Information: http://www.audioeducator.com/hospitals-and-health-systems/active-shooter-workplace-violence-healthcare-04-26-2016.html Active Shooters and Workplace Violence in Healthcare Facilities: Your Prevention and Response Plan Presented By: Joe Rosner In this session, safety expert Joe Rosner will provide you an in-depth detail on – the Who, What, Where and Why of workplace/active shooters. Joe will discuss with you the plans, policies and procedures to greatly reduce the chances of an active shooter at your facility. Simple, effective tactics and techniques for surviving shooting events including simple ways to stop shooting when they happen will also be discussed in this session. More Videos: - http://www.youtube.com/user/audioeducator2 You can also connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn and get the most updated news and views, expert advice and tips to help resolve your coding, billing & compliance dilemmas quickly and accurately. Connect with us on Twitter: - https://twitter.com/audioeducator Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/pages/AudioEducator/244912592201260 LinkedIn: - http://www.linkedin.com/company/audio-educator Google+: - https://plus.google.com/102668946943256059069/posts
Views: 112 AudioEducator
Safeguarding Children - Why Safeguarding is Important
 
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Safeguarding is the action taken to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. All organisations that come into contact with children should have specific safeguarding policies and procedures in place. These organisations include: voluntary and community organisations, faith groups, private sector providers, schools, hospitals, and sports clubs. It is vital that anyone who is in regular contact with children is aware of their safeguarding responsibilities to ensure that every child, regardless of their age, gender, religion or ethnicity, can be protected from harm. To access this full animated course visit www.learningheroes.com or call 020 8088 7700.
Views: 10982 Litmos Heroes
Hospital  Cleaning video
 
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Great video showing hugely dedicated Medirest staff cleaning in UK hospitals putting into good practice their excellent training and development and fantastic can do attitude. If only all hospitals were cleaned this way!
Views: 75205 amazingmedirest
How To Become An Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon | DDS/MD
 
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In this video, I had the opportunity to chat with Nicole Hernandez, a 4th year OFMS resident about life as an An Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, typical day in the life, training required and tips for all! Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons are unique among dental specialists in a number of ways. After completing four years of dental school, they go on to spend another four years in a hospital-based residency program for surgery. There, they are trained alongside other medical residents in the techniques of emergency medicine, general surgery and anesthesiology. In fact, they are the only health care specialists (aside from anesthesiologists) who can administer all levels of sedation, up to general anesthesia. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons focus on treating problems related to the hard and soft tissues of the face, mouth, and jaws (the upper jaw is referred to as the maxilla). While they sometimes work in a hospital, their practices are more often located in comfortable office settings. You may be referred to one of these specialists by your general dentist for a complex tooth extraction. Or, your orthodontist may send you for an examination if he or she suspects a problem with the alignment of your jaws. They also may choose to undergo further training in a one or two year subspecialty Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Fellowship Training in the following areas: 1. Cosmetic facial surgery 2. Cranio-maxillofacial trauma 3. Craniofacial surgery/pediatric maxillofacial surgery/cleft surgery 4. Head and neck cancer – microvascular reconstruction 5. Maxillofacial regeneration (reformation of the facial region by advanced stem cell technique) For more Career in Medicine videos , click below: How to Become a Spine Surgeon: https://youtu.be/meYh-O-jCMs How to Become a OR Tech: https://youtu.be/d61HJ7VQDII How to Become a Veterinarian: https://youtu.be/xz-HVH9GWTQ How to Become a Flight Surgeon: https://youtu.be/4Q3EefTLOwE How to Become a Neurosurgeon: https://youtu.be/nOGkSQRK5rk Please subscribe to be the first to receive new videos posted each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5pm CST! Dr. Webb's Amazon Shopping List and Personal Recommendations: https://www.amazon.com/shop/antoniojwebbmd Looking for a more personalized and 1:1 mentorship with Dr. Webb to help you reach your goals, then look no further! Become a patreon and receive weekly or monthly phone calls from Dr. Webb, opportunity to have your application or personal statement reviewed, access to exclusive behind the scenes footage with never released pre-med/med/residency videos, personalized and proven to work study plans for the MCAT, USMLE step 1,2,and 3, and the chance to network with a physician in your career of choice plus more! Become a patreon TODAY! Visit: https://www.patreon.com/overcomingtheodds Items I Used to Work Out and Stay Healthy in Medical School Harbinger Pro Wristwrap Weightlifting Gloves: http://amzn.to/2AX7K1c Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone (Matte Black) http://amzn.to/2k4973E BlenderBottle Classic Loop Top Shaker Bottle: http://amzn.to/2k5orwM Under Armour Men's Muscle Tank: http://amzn.to/2AWWP7H Under Armour Men's Maverick Tapered Pants: http://amzn.to/2yKhyW6 Fitbit Charge Heart Rate + Fitness Wristband: http://amzn.to/2AWB73r 1/2-Inch Extra Thick Exercise Mat with Carrying Strap: http://amzn.to/2k3TaKy What I Take To Stay Healthy While in Medical School! GNC Pro Performance AMP Amplified Whey Protein: http://amzn.to/2yxwo35 Natural Vitality Organic Life Vitamins Liquid: http://amzn.to/2yAQBFj Ninja Professional Blender: http://amzn.to/2AZhxUk Fish Oil Concentrate with Omega-3 Fatty Acids: http://amzn.to/2AY2WIZ Equipment I Used to Shoot This Video: Apple Iphone 7: http://amzn.to/2AWDOC5 Neewer 700W Professional Photography Softbox Light Kit: http://amzn.to/2yJzQHe iPhone Tripod, Smartphone Tripod, Fotopro w/Bluetooth Remote Control: http://amzn.to/2BwuX9L Iphone tripod: http://amzn.to/2BjEYoe Lume Cube Light: http://amzn.to/2BzBwZl Rode VMGO Video Mic GO Lightweight On-Camera Microphone: http://amzn.to/2AYoW6e To book Dr. Webb to speak at your school, event, or organization, please contact Dr. Webb's publicist, Rebecca Briscoe at briscoerbrs@aol.com or 409-504-0569 Connect with Dr. Webb at: http://antoniowebbmd.com/ https://twitter.com/drwebb82 https://www.facebook.com/awebbmd https://www.youtube.com/user/antoniowebbmd https://www.instagram.com/overcomingtheoddsbook/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/antoniowebbmd Connect with other pre med students, ask questions, receive advice and tips, connect with me at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/soyouwanttobeadoctor Dr. Webb's new book, Overcoming the Odds (ranked 5 STARS!) is available NOW at: http://amzn.to/2hV3MtR
Views: 10524 Antonio J. Webb, M.D.
AllenChaney.com Is A Scam | WOW!!
 
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Assisted Living Boot Camp | Baltimore Md The average cost for a private room in an Assisted Living Facility in the US in 2016 is over $3,600 per month. Right now, there are 77,000,000 baby boomers… everyday 10,000 turn 65 years old…. 4,000 turn 85. Fast Facts About Assisted Living: Number of U.S. assisted living communities: 31,100 Number of residents: 735,000 Average length of stay: 36 months Percentage of residents that receive help with three or more ADLs: 40 Topic's We Will Cover: Business Plan Site (Building or Home) Zoning Permit Fire & Safety Inspection Report Menu Cycle Worker Compensation Site Sketch State Application Delegating Nurse Application Submission Resident Rooms Setup Common Areas Setup Bathroom(s) Setup Kitchen Setup Fire Safety Requirement Hallway Safety Policies/Procedures/Plans Resident Record / Chart Will Content Template Staff Records (Template) Miscellaneous Records In-Service Training/Knowledge Resident Agreement Physical Assessment Care Scoring Guide Care Notes Service plan Emergency Data Sheet Resident’s Representative Documentation Physician Orders Staff Structure On-Going Training Referral Network Day – to – Day Operations Marketing / Branding / Advertising Becoming the linchpin in your Marketplace. Meet My Co-Host: Angelina Ughiovhe is the president and founder of Angel Assisted living and Aging Solutions. Both organizations have several facilities located across the state of Maryland. Mrs. Ughiovhe is a registered nurse with over 27 years of experience in the hospital and long-term care setting. She has also been successfully being leading Angel Assisted Living for over 20 years. She is an approved vendor for the state of Maryland for the 80 hrs. training, 20 hours training Assisted Living manager certification, and annual COMAR continued education. Additionally, she has experience as a delegating nurse and case manager within assisted living facilities. Bonus(s): All Documents Needed to Submit Initial Application (Business Plan, Menu, etc.) A relatively new concept 25 years ago, today assisted living is the fastest growing long-term care option for seniors. Assisted living facilities, with their wide range of services, provide a senior housing solution for adults who can live independently, but also require some assistance. For many seniors, assisted living provides just the level of care they need to flourish and triumph in their new phase of life. After all, the golden years should be enjoyable-and assisted living has more options than ever before. Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/residential-assisted-living-boot-camp-facility-tour-all-day-tickets-48277723972
Views: 321 Allen Chaney
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Residential Assisted Living Boot Camp & Facility Tour Topic's We Will Cover: Business Plan Site (Building or Home) Zoning Permit Fire & Safety Inspection Report Menu Cycle Worker Compensation Site Sketch State Application Delegating Nurse Application Submission Resident Rooms Setup Common Areas Setup Bathroom(s) Setup Kitchen Setup Fire Safety Requirement Hallway Safety Policies/Procedures/Plans Resident Record / Chart Will Content Template Staff Records (Template) Miscellaneous Records In-Service Training/Knowledge Resident Agreement Physical Assessment Care Scoring Guide Care Notes Service plan Emergency Data Sheet Resident’s Representative Documentation Physician Orders Staff Structure On-Going Training Referral Network Day – to – Day Operations Marketing / Branding / Advertising Becoming the linchpin in your Marketplace. Meet My Co-Host: Angelina Ughiovhe is the president and founder of Angel Assisted living and Aging Solutions. Both organizations have several facilities located across the state of Maryland. Mrs. Ughiovhe is a registered nurse with over 27 years of experience in the hospital and long-term care setting. She has also been successfully being leading Angel Assisted Living for over 20 years. She is an approved vendor for the state of Maryland for the 80 hrs. training, 20 hours training Assisted Living manager certification, and annual COMAR continued education. Additionally, she has experience as a delegating nurse and case manager within assisted living facilities. Bonus(s): All Documents Needed to Submit Initial Application (Business Plan, Menu, etc.) A relatively new concept 25 years ago, today assisted living is the fastest growing long-term care option for seniors. Assisted living facilities, with their wide range of services, provide a senior housing solution for adults who can live independently, but also require some assistance. For many seniors, assisted living provides just the level of care they need to flourish and triumph in their new phase of life. After all, the golden years should be enjoyable-and assisted living has more options than ever before. https://www.meetup.com/Residential-Assisted-Living-Startup/events/254791462/
Views: 41 Allen Chaney
Emergency Severity Index v.4 Lectures
 
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This video contains four lectures that explain how to use the Emergency Severity Index, a five-level emergency department triage algorithm that provides clinically relevant stratification of patients into five groups from 1 (most urgent) to 5 (least urgent) on the basis of acuity and resource needs. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) funded initial work on the ESI. More information is available at https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/hospital/esi/index.html. The videos were taken from a DVD on the ESI and have not been changed other than to combine them. Total length is 1:21:30. Lecture 1: begins 2:27; Why Use ESI, by Paula Tanabe Lecture 2: begins 24:30; Overview of Algorithm, by Nicki Gilboy Lecture 3: begins 57:00; Transition to Version 4 from Version 3, by Nicki Gilboy Lecture 4: begins 1:07:44; Implementation Strategies, by Paula Tanabe For the full list of video case studies from AHRQ’s Emergency Severity Index, please go to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLV42cSdYG_D9GUD1qmiGHjpAiJLSjrdwW.
Views: 1440 AHRQ Patient Safety
Active Shooter in a Healthcare Facility-Planning for Responding to & Recovering from the Unthinkable
 
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Steve Wilder of Sorensen, Wilder, and Associates discusses how a healthcare facility is one of the easiest "soft targets" the active shooter can find...countless open doors on the perimeter make it an easy target. Staff must be prepared to recognize the event, respond properly, and recover afterwards. Objectives for the Webinar: 1. Explain five steps to minimize the losses that result from an active shooter event in a healthcare facility 2. Explain the "Four Outs" of response to an active shooter event in a healthcare facility 3. Discuss the decision making process between personal safety and patient safety for the healthcare professional First Healthcare Compliance, LLC offers the most comprehensive cloud-based software solution to address the compliance program management needs of private practices, hospital networks, healthcare billing companies, and long-term care facilities. Our flexible, and scalable solutions allow organizations to share, track, and manage their compliance processes with ease, view compliance in real time across all locations, and have peace of mind that they are current in all federal healthcare regulatory areas. Administrators using the First Healthcare Compliance platform are able to share, track, and manage their compliance processes with ease, view compliance in real time across all locations, and have peace of mind that they are current in all areas. Visit our website to learn more: http://1sthcc.com SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/1stHCC Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/1sthcc Follow us on LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/company/2592500 Like us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/firsthealthcarecompliance/ Follow us on GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/111167136096637747605
Fall Risk Assessment: Best Practices for Nursing Staff in the Hospital Setting
 
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CAPTURE Falls webinar: Fall Risk Assessment: Best Practices for Nursing Staff in the Hospital Setting
Views: 5552 UNMCEDU
"Clinical Pearls: Tracheostomy Care for the Acute Care Nurse" by Janelle Nobrega for OPENPediatrics
 
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In this video, Janelle Nobrega will review basic nursing care of a patient with a tracheostomy tube. Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Views: 2878 OPENPediatrics
How To Start A Non Medical Home Care Agency
 
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Learn how to start your non medical home care agency. Learn more about our Home Care Startup packages and services. It’s time to put your dreams into action and open your own Home Care Agency! There’s a growing need for qualified nursing care for the elderly and disabled community, and a serious lack of agencies available to provide quality service. As a HomeCarePreneur™, you can be your own boss, achieve financial security, and provide a wonderful, much-needed service to your community! Learn more about our VIP Hybrid Program... Visit: www.MicheleLeeEllis.com Follow us on FB...https://www.facebook.com/IAmCoachMichele Schedule a 15 minute complimentary call: Click Here https://coachmichele.as.me/schedule.php?appointmentType=7484572 #HomeCarePreneur #HomeCareStartUp #CoachMichele
Views: 123827 Coach Michele
A guide to intravenous fluids (IV)
 
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This video provides a general guide to intravenous fluids. It should not be used to aid treatment decisions, it is purely for educational purposes. Check out the Geeky Medics quiz platform, with over 700 free medical MCQs: https://geekyquiz.com Join the Geeky Medics community: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/geekymedics Instagram https://instagram.com/geekymedics Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/geekymedics Always adhere to your medical school/local hospital guidelines when performing examinations or clinical procedures. Do NOT perform any examination or procedure on patients based purely upon the content of these videos. Geeky Medics accepts no liability for loss of any kind incurred as a result of reliance upon the information provided in this video. Some people find this video useful for ASMR purposes.
Views: 408234 Geeky Medics
How Health Insurance Works
 
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When I consider purchasing an individual health insurance plan for myself or my family, do I have any financial obligations beyond the monthly premium and annual deductible? Answers: It depends on the plan, but some plans have the following cost-sharing elements that you should be aware of. Co-Payments: Some plans include a co-payment, which is typically a specific flat fee you pay for each medical service, such as $30 for an office visit. After the co-payment is made, the insurance company typically pays the remainder of the covered medical charges. Deductibles: Some plans include a deductible, which typically refers to the amount of money you must pay each year before your health insurance plan starts to pay for covered medical expenses. Coinsurance: Some plans include coinsurance. Coinsurance is a cost sharing requirement that makes you responsible for paying a certain percentage of any costs. The insurance company pays the remaining percentage of the covered medical expenses after your insurance deductible is met. Out-of-pocket limit: Some plans include an out-of-pocket limit. Typically, the out-of-pocket limit is the maximum amount you will pay out of your own pocket for covered medical expenses in a given year. The out-of-pocket limit typically includes deductibles and coinsurance. But, out-of-pocket limits don't typically apply to co-payments. Lifetime maximum: Most plans include a lifetime maximum. Typically the lifetime maximum is the amount your insurance plan will pay for covered medical expenses in the course of your lifetime. Exclusions & Limitations: Most health insurance carriers disclose exclusions & limitations of their plans. It is always a good idea to know what benefits are limited and which services are excluded on your plan. You will be obligated to pay for 100% of services that are excluded on your policy. Beginning September 23, 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (health care reform) begins to phase out annual dollar limits. Starting on September 23, 2012, annual limits on health insurance plans must be at least $2 million. By 2014 no new health insurance plan will be permitted to have an annual dollar limit on most covered benefits. Some health insurance plans purchased before March 23, 2010 have what is called "grandfathered status." Health Insurance Plans with Grandfathered status are exempt from several changes required by health care reform including this phase out of annual limits on health coverage. If you purchased your health insurance policy after March 23, 2010 and you're due for a routine preventive care screening like a mammogram or colonoscopy, you may be able to receive that preventive care screening without making a co-payment. You can talk to your insurer or your licensed eHealthInsurance agent if you need help determining whether or not you qualify for a screening without a co-payment. There are five important changes that occurred with individual and family health insurance policies on September 23, 2010. Those changes are: 1. Added protection from rate increases: Insurance companies will need to publically disclose any rate increases and provide justification before raising your monthly premiums. 2. Added protection from having insurance canceled: An insurance company cannot cancel your policy except in cases of intentional misrepresentations or fraud. 3. Coverage for preventive care: Certain recommended preventive services, immunizations, and screenings will be covered with no cost sharing requirement. 4. No lifetime maximums on health coverage: No lifetime limits on the dollar value of those health benefits deemed to be essential by the Department of Health and Human Services. 5. No pre-existing condition exclusions for children: If you have children under the age of 19 with pre-existing medical conditions, their application for health insurance cannot be declined due to a pre-existing medical condition. In some states a child may need to wait for the state's open-enrollment period before their application will be approved.
Views: 588733 eHealth
Disability Training for Emergency Planners: Serving People with Disabilities
 
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Please give us feedback on the content of this training by completing a brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DisabilityYouTube Your responses are greatly appreciated and will help us to evaluate this training and improve trainings in the future! Thank you. The purpose of this training is to provide emergency planners with information and best practices that will ensure the safety of people with disabilities during emergency events. Special consideration will be given to the importance of including people with disabilities and disability organizations in the planning process. People with disabilities may have functional needs that will require accommodations during and after emergency response. In your role as emergency planner, you make plans to meet the functional needs of a wide variety of people in case of an emergency. One of those groups of people, people with disabilities, constitutes a large portion of the general population. In fact, roughly one in five Americans has some kind of disability. With careful and inclusive planning and coordination of agencies, the functional needs of people with disabilities can be successfully met during emergency, disaster, and sheltering situations. This training is divided into five sections: 1. Introduction to Disability 2. Communication and Notification 3. Evacuation and Transportation 4. Sheltering and Recovery 5. Inclusive Planning for Disaster Mitigation and Response Training Aids: Additional disability resources for emergency planners, including a list of statewide and regional disability organizations, can be found at: www.go.osu.edu/emergencyplanners. Video quality: These trainings were shot in HD quality. You can change the quality of your video by selecting the "cog" icon in the lower right hand corner of the video screen. The video will load at a slower pace on the higher quality settings. If you are having difficulty viewing the training, it may be helpful to try a different browser. Closed Captioning: Closed captioning is available on all modules of this training. To turn on the captioning, click on the "CC" icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen Special thanks to: The Ohio Disability and Health Program's Disability Community Planning Group (DCPG) The Ohio State University Police Division The Ohio Trauma Committee, Functional Needs Workgroup University of South Florida Center for Inclusive Communities Victoria Baker-Willford, Governor's Council on People with Disabilities Nolan Crabb, American Council of the Blind Ohio Mario Duncan, Motivational Speaker Katherine Hevener, Ohio Trauma Committee, Functional Needs Workgroup Ken Johnson, Clark County Emergency Management Agency Mike Larson, American Red Cross, Clark County Chapter Chris Puls, Service Dog Expert Bobby Ringle, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Member Officer Anna Stephenson, The Ohio State University Police Division Kim Stults, Nurse, Disability Advocate Heather Thomas, American Red Cross, Dayton Area Chapter Irene Tunanidas, Ohio Association of the Deaf Officer Aaron Ward, The Ohio State University Police Division First Responder Disability Training Development Team at The Ohio State University Nisonger Center: Madison Bauer, Video Accessibility & Captioning Rachel Blackburn, Reviewer Andrew Buck, Narrator Leah Conn, LEND Trainee David Ellsworth, LEND Trainee Rosalind Gjessing, Project Coordinator Susan Havercamp, Project Director Rebecca Monteleone, Undergraduate Research Assistant Scott Nelson, Videographer, Post-Production Director Jillian Ober, Executive Producer Marc J. Tassé, Script Development, Reviewer Yiping Yang, Script Development, Reviewer For more information about this training or the Ohio Disability and Health Program (ODHP), please contact: Susan Havercamp, Principal Investigator 614-685-8724; Susan.Havercamp@osumc.edu Yiping Yang, Program Coordinator 614-688-2928; Yiping.Yang@osumc.edu Rosalind Gjessing, Clinical Research Assistant 614-688-2928; Rosalind.Gjessing@osumc.edu The Ohio Disability and Health Program: The Ohio Disability and Health Program (ODHP) is a grant-funded state program with the goals to promote health, improve emergency preparedness, and increase access to care for Ohioans with disabilities. ODHP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and is a partnership amongst the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), the two Ohio UCEDDs (University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disability) at the Ohio State University Nisonger Center and the University of Cincinnati (UC UCEDD), and the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC). ODHP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cooperative Agreement Number 5U59DD000931-02. The contents of this training are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Views: 5106 Nisonger Center
Lessons from an Outbreak Investigation
 
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This Lessons from an Outbreak Investigation: Improving Medication Preparation, Use, and Other Infection Control Practices in Outpatient Oncology Clinics webinar discusses an outbreak of fungal bloodstream infections due to improper medication compounding and poor infection control practices at an outpatient oncology clinic and review the oversight and enforcement landscape of safety standards in outpatient settings. 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/wcms/video/low-res/infectioncontrol/2017/543543Lessons-from-an-Outpatient-Outbreak-Webinar.mp4
Clinical Procedures for Aged Care Organisations
 
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Frontline Care Solutions are leaders in the development of Policies and Procedures for the Aged Care sector. Our clinical procedures manual is designed for use in both nursing homes and community care settings. There are over 200 procedures in the complete manual covering simple procedures for care workers through to complex clinical procedures for aged care nurses. The procedures are image coded for easy use by care workers for whom English is a second language. Clinical procedures can be purchased individually through our shop or as a complete pack by visiting http://www.frontlinecaresolutions.com/policies-and-procedures
Hospitalize Ep 6: MRI and More CT! - First Look - Let's Play, Gameplay
 
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Join me as I play Hospitalize, a hospital building game! Build any design your heart desires, keeping efficiency up for your doctors, nurses, and patients! Add exam rooms, x-ray, labs, ultrasound and more. Try to make a profit, but don't order unnecessary test because your reputation depends on keeping your patients happy! A huge thank you to Illeris for providing me with a game key! Buy on Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/app/503370 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4-vq8nZhHI&list=PL4o6UvJIdPNqVCSFxKrEZXIJnYaXq-EDI Discord: https://discord.gg/ybyyaSE Twitter: https://twitter.com/KatherineOfSky Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katherineofsky/ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/KatherineOfSky/ Check out these other fun series: Factorio 0.15 Bite Me! Death World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10Fw2WTAxuM&list=PL4o6UvJIdPNqlIlR85PNkFihh4t1M3i31 Production Line - SUVs & More! (Alpha 1.16): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxWPrgnfopw&list=PL4o6UvJIdPNqoBQw-qeCF3zKHnnORltfL Another Brick in the Mall (Alpha 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wykSxsMrReA&list=PL4o6UvJIdPNrkBmG-6gz_PckZ264UPjMb ----------------------------------------------------------- About Hospitalize: Hospitalize is all about finding the most effective way to construct and manage a hospital. Build your hospital smart and avoid excess time and resources consumed by traveling and examining your hospitalized patients unnecessary. Staff it and watch your “minions” attempt to navigate through your hospital maze and solve all your patients’ troubles. As the administrator, you really do not need to care much about what your employees keep themselves occupied with on a daily schedule. You have much more important things to do, like taking big decisions and building the hospital. Balance your next hospital expansion between what the hospital needs and what that is most profitable. Choose the right staff and manage the hospital policies. Do the patients need to be fully healed before the doctors discharge them, or will you discharge them early and get paid? Send patients through your different hospital examinations and see if you or any of your doctors are able to identify the cause of their symptoms and give them the right treatment. Your doctors and nurses will often try to do their best, but as the hospital administrator, you can always overrule their decisions and modify all your patients’ journals. Features - Sandbox construction - Hospital management - Financial reports - Diseases and treatments based on real life - Doctors handbook - Randomized missions Every patient is affected by a unique combination of symptoms of different strength. Some are more obvious and easy to handle, while others are more challenging. Use the doctor’s handbook as a guide while trying to navigate the complex web of symptoms, illnesses and treatments. Avoid malpractice, and become the best hospital administrator in the world! Buy on Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/app/503370 Website: https://www.hospitalizethegame.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HospitalizeTG YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgtPfrtP4LkfkIUGCs-OFUQ Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Hospitalize/ #Hospitalize
Views: 4211 KatherineOfSky
AXA PPP Health Insurance and claims
 
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http://www.pacificprime.com/insurers/axa-ppp/ If you are looking to make a claim on your international health insurance plan, then it is important that you understand the procedure. To help you to understand this, let's take an example of , let's say Axa PPP. Their health claim procedures are very similar to every international health insurance. But I just pick up Axa PPP as a good example. If you have to be going into hospital, in other words it is an inpatient treatment. Then normally that would be setup on your normal guarantee. What that mean is that You together with Axa intermediary or directly with the insurer, you may contact with them, explained the situation and the insurer will then sent directly to the hospital. The hospital will then no longer be looking for you to pay the bill when you arrive or when you leave. Why ? Because it is already been agreed with the insurer in the case of Axa PPP that the claim will be settled directly between the hospital and the insurer. There is another scenario apart from going to the hospital and that would be out patient claim. In out patient claim there are two possibilities. Is some place Axa PPP has direct billing capabilities, so you going you show your card and the bill is sent directly to the insurer. So you don't pay anything. But there is another scenario where there is no direct billing, or you want to go to the doctor that is not to the direct billing network. In this case you need to fill it the claim form and submitted it. The insurer will then assets the claim and normally the claim will be then be paid and the money will be transfer directly to your bank account. Most of the problem we get in term of claims handling are in this case, and typically it is because the information are incomplete. As such we strongly recommend you talking to us and advise just making sure you understand the claims form before you submit the claim. When you understand this procedure correctly then the plan claim tend to be very very smooth. So if you have an international health insurance plan and you are looking for help on your claims on may be Axa PPP or may be any other insurer, well, come and talk to us. Personal medical coverage An individual medical insurance coverage policy, as its name indicates, provides a single person with health insurance benefits relative to the distinct policy bought. Policies are frequently provided with emergency-only, with the first often being extremely adaptable to meet a variety of requirements. For more details on this type of insurance, visit our personal Overseas health cover plans page. Overseas group health insurance For firms, businesses and groups (like sports teams, clubs, and tourist organizations), a group coverage plan can be the perfect coverage solution. Group insurance represent one of the most flexible protection and because it is offered by many famous insurance companies, there is sure to be a solution available to suit your organization's requirements. We supply you with the coverage details you require, to enable you to make the right decision. The most important thing to think about. Before starting to select a policy, it is essential to take an honest analysis of your specific situation and needs. www.pacificprime.com is an autonomous coverage expert who will always put the interests of our clients above the insurance companies. You are provided with non-prejudiced recommendations about various health coverage policies in Overseas that fit perfectly you as an individual.
Views: 381 PacificPrimeGlobal
072914p9 -SFGH - Awaiting MSE - DENIED EMERGENCY CARE .... what CONSEQUENCE?
 
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http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1395dd " (a) Medical screening requirement In the case of a hospital that has a hospital emergency department, if any individual (whether or not eligible for benefits under this subchapter) comes to the emergency department and a request is made on the individual’s behalf for examination or treatment for a medical condition, the hospital must provide for an appropriate medical screening examination within the capability of the hospital’s emergency department, including ancillary services routinely available to the emergency department, to determine whether or not an emergency medical condition (within the meaning of subsection (e)(1) of this section) exists." http://www.medtrng.com/blackboard/medical_screening.htm INTRODUCTION Medical screening is a daily, on going, routine mission for medics in today’s army. It provides an opportunity for the sick and injured soldiers to be evaluated by health care providers in the Battalion Aid Station, Troop Medical Clinic, or designated clinic in the hospital. At any level, you will assist with sick call procedures by providing the best possible care for the soldier. The use of the Ambulatory Patient Care Algorithm, will help the medic ask the right questions, provide the right answers, and give the correct treatment, when helping to conserve the fighting strength. The following guidelines must be followed: (1) The SOAP format must be used when evaluating a patient Use the SOAP Note Format (1) S: SUBJECTIVE DATA: what the patient tells you (2) O: OBJECTIVE - physical findings and lab/ X-ray (3) A.: ASSESSMENT - Your interpretation of the patient’s condition (4) P: PLAN
Views: 562 Jason Garza
Infection Control Policy
 
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Provide Quality Health Care Service in India & beyond, Only Aim to improve the Quality Health Care Service in India. Dr. J. L. Meena u wanna see visit Gujarat & give suggation on Email: drjlmeena@gmail.com Web:- www.gujhealth.gov.in/quality-assurance-program.htm
Views: 352 Dr Jeetu Lal Meena
Evacuation of Health Care Facilities Video
 
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Major fires in health care facilities are rare, but can be deadly. Most patients cannot leave the fire area without assistance. This hard-hitting video follows the recommendations in NFPA 99 and NFPA 101® to train your staff how to react to fire emergencies. For more information or to buy the DVD or VHS directly from NFPA®: http://www.nfpa.org/catalog/product.asp?pid=VC67VH&order_src=C117 To buy NFPA 99: http://www.nfpa.org/catalog/product.asp?pid=9905&order_src=C117 To buy NFPA 101: http://www.nfpa.org/catalog/product.asp?pid=1109&order_src=C117
Promising Practices in Disaster Behavioral Health Planning: Financials and Administration Operations
 
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The speakers in this webinar identify policies, procedures, and promising practices in financial and administrative operations in disaster behavioral health before, during, and after a disaster. Visit SAMHSA DTAC to learn more about resources dedicated to disaster behavioral health: http://www.samhsa.gov/dtac/.
Views: 294 SAMHSA
Administering Medications via Your Freedom 60 Pump at home - Chartwell Pennsylvania, LP
 
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With this video, you will be able to view the step-by-step instructions on how to properly administer medications in the home via your Freedom 60 Pump, as instructed by your home healthcare nurse and Chartwell Plan of Treatment. Disclaimer: This video is intended for Chartwell Pennsylvania, LP patients only. Please follow the policies and procedures from your own healthcare facility if you are not a Chartwell patient. Medical information made available in this video is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should not rely entirely on this information for your health care needs. Ask your own doctor or health care provider any specific medical questions that you have. This video is not a tool to be used in the case of an emergency. If an emergency arises, you should seek appropriate emergency medical services by calling 911 or going to the Emergency Department.
Webinar - Disaster Planning: Backup, Backup, Backup! - 2009-08-27
 
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At TechSoup, we believe that when it comes to maintaining continuity of your organization's services, that backup is essential to following the Boy Scout's golden rule to "be prepared." Beyond major natural disasters, a variety of regional, local, and office-centered emergencies might compromise your ability to get work done and continue conducting business as usual for your supporters, clients, users, and community. What happens if a water main breaks and floods your office? Or a nearby wildfire knocks out your phone and Internet access? What if a staff person simply loses a laptop with critical info? Maybe losing a day of work won't hurt too much, but what if that extends to 3 days, two weeks, or months? Backup systems are essential to keeping your important data and critical services running. In this free TechSoup Talks! webinar, TechSoup's Becky Wiegand interview sNutmeg Consulting's Chris Shipley and Sarai's Zac Mutrux about the different types of backup options including hardware, portable devices, and hosted services. We also hear from Ana-Marie Jones from CARD - Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters, who shares insight from her experiences training nonprofits to be prepared. This is an introduction to backup systems for emergency planning and does not cover in-depth evaluations of specific services or tools. While we'll always recommend having a backup for your backup, this discussion reviews the different options so you can decide what types might best serve your organization's needs and help you recover from any type of disaster — however big or small — that might come your way. Check out our disaster planning guide: The Resilient Organization: A Guide for Disaster Planning and Recovery and the introductory webinar on disaster planning, Disaster Planning: What Organizations Need to Know to Protect Their Tech.
Views: 1093 TechSoupVideo
Active Shooter in Healthcare and Hospital Settings
 
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Everbridge presents this important webinar on active shooters in a hospital or healthcare setting. Steven Crimando, is an expert in active shooters in hospitals and he gives a range of facts, resources, and best practices to mitigate damage during an active shooting incident. 06:35 Resources for improving safety during active shootings 19:18 Statistics on active shootings from the perpetrator to the victims 15:54 Areas of consideration inside the hospital setting 18:22 Common areas of attack in hospitals for active shooters 19:18 What a typical active shooter looks like, what a typical victim looks like 22:45 Workplace violence, responsibility of employers 32:52 Bystander Intervention "stop the dying, stop the crying" 40:06 Deploying critical communications during an active shooter event
Views: 3436 Everbridge
Boutique Style Assisted Living $4,500.00/mo per bed.
 
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Residential Assisted Living | Done For You The first Assisted Living Boot Camp was a huge success. My partner Angela with here 25 years of experience really brought to light the feasibility and huge opportunity that exists in this niche market. The room had standing room only as the first 75 seats filled in Instantly. With Angela's help I'm on my way to opening my second home and having her as a mentor has been extremely helpful and rewarding. So much so I that I humbly asked her to partner with me in a coaching program that we could offer. If you were there you know that she has no problem giving and she understands the law of abundance and giving and helping others is a sure way to internal joy and financial freedom. Unfortunately because of our current business commitments we must limit the number of coaching clients we can serve. At the bottom of this email you will find a temporary button that will allow you to make a deposit and secure your slot in the program. We are only interested in working with those who are very serious about heir compassion to provide great living experiences for seniors as they enjoy their golden years and also understand that this is a long term wealth generating strategy that can become multiple generational. Once the button is no longer active and the program is removed from the website we have met our quota and will notify you when the program is expecting clients again. If this is something you really believe in don't hesitate. We have made the most affordable program of it's kind. Start now and be open for business in spring 2019! The average cost for a private room in an Assisted Living Facility in the US in 2016 is over $3,600 per month Right now, there are 77,000,000 baby boomers… everyday 10,000 turn 65 years old…. 4,000 turn 85. Fast Facts About Assisted Living Number of U.S. assisted living communities: 31,100 Number of residents: 735,000 Average length of stay: 36 months Percentage of residents that receive help with three or more ADLs: 40 Phase One: Business Plan Site (Building or Home) Zoning Permit Fire & Safety Inspection Report Menu Cycle Worker Compensation Site Sketch State Application Assistance Delegating Nurse Application Submission https://allenchaney.com/collections/frontpage/products/assisted-living-done-for-you Phase Two: A. Resident Rooms Setup B. Common Areas Setup C. Bathroom(s) Setup D. Kitchen Setup E. Fire Safety Requirement F. Hallway Safety Phase Three (State Surveyor Record Review): A. Policies/Procedures/Plans B. Resident Record / Chart Will Content Template C. Staff Records (Template) D. Miscellaneous Records E. In-Service Training/Knowledge Phase Four (Admissions): A. Resident Agreement B. Physical Assessment C. Care Scoring Guide D. Care Notes E. Service plan F. Emergency Data Sheet G. Resident’s Representative Documentation H. Physician Orders Phase Five: A. Staff Structure B. On-Going Training C. Referral Network D. Day – to – Day Operations E. Marketing / Branding / Advertising F. Becoming the linchpin in your Marketplace. A relatively new concept 25 years ago, today assisted living is the fastest growing long-term care option for seniors. Assisted living facilities, with their wide range of services, provide a senior housing solution for adults who can live independently, but also require some assistance. For many seniors, assisted living provides just the level of care they need to flourish and triumph in their new phase of life. After all, the golden years should be enjoyable-and assisted living has more options than ever before. Total Program is $3,500.00 $1,000.00 is the deposit. Slots are extremely limited. https://allenchaney.com/collections/frontpage/products/assisted-living-done-for-you
Views: 106 Allen Chaney
"Pre-Sedation Assessment Phase" by Patricia Scherrer, MD for OPENPediatrics
 
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Learn about patient selection and risk assessment for sedation. Initial publication: January 11, 2016. Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for physicians and nurses sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between physicians and nurses around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized physician and nursing experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Welcome to the Society for Pediatric Sedation's online provider course on pre-sedation assessment. Our goal for this lecture is to review the different levels of sedation, to talk through how to perform a pre-sedation risk assessment, the equipment needed to conduct procedural sedation in a safe manner, and the skill set needed by sedation team members. We will finish by reviewing a systematic approach to providing safe and effective pediatric procedural sedation. First, we will review some general considerations regarding the scope of sedation, including defining different levels of sedation, which are important for planning your medication regimen, monitoring, et cetera. We will discuss patient factors that are important in pre-sedation planning, including health history, key points on the physical examination of the patient, NPO status and guidelines, and the American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status scoring system. In addition, we will discuss important provider and procedure factors, including team member skills, necessary monitors and other equipment, and a brief word on documentation. We will look at relevant environmental concerns, including available rescue resources. And finally, we will go through a brief overview of matching the sedation medication regimen to these factors, and will continue to expand on that base in subsequent lectures. The Boy Scout motto is particularly applicable to this phase of providing sedation. Be prepared. The pre-sedation phase is the assessment, preparation, and planning phase. This phase allows for sedation risk assessment, preparation for the sedation, and planning for the sedation, including taking the time to review the goals for the sedation and for the procedure. Safety is our top priority. Clearly, we want to get the test or procedure completed, but we also want to keep the child as comfortable as is safely possible. So we use the pre-sedation assessment phase to plan for accomplishing these goals. The best way for us to accomplish our goals is by carefully considering the various factors that contribute to a successful sedation. Foundational to this process are those factors associated with the program itself, namely, the institutional setting or environment, the sedation team itself, and the organizational structure of the program, including its policies and procedures. These form the pool from which we plan and draw resources. Next, we must consider the factors specific to the situation. The patient (having reviewed underlying history and risk factors), the procedure and its associated need (such as immobility and/or pain control), and the pharmacology-- what drugs will be optimal for this case. When these factors come together, quality sedation care can occur. Let's start by discussing some initial general considerations. For each sedation encounter, we should consider the age of the child as well as their underlying developmental level and personality in our planning. For example, the same procedure-- let's say a PICC line placement-- may require three very different sedation regimens for three different eight-year-old girls.
Views: 851 OPENPediatrics
Industry Webinar - Increasing Time of Service Collections
 
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Welcome to the Azalea Health Industry Webinar Series, dedicated to helping you successfully navigate the healthcare industry. As patients shoulder more of their healthcare costs, collecting their portion of payment at time of service is critical to your organization’s financial health. In this month’s industry webinar, you will hear from Jay Merry, Director of Revenue Cycle at Union General Hospital. Jay is the recent recipient of the HomeTown Health 2016 Revenue Cycle Leader of the Year award. Jay was selected for outstanding leadership in sharing best practices and for his commitment to excellence, to employee education, business partner endorsement and revenue cycle improvement. Join us to hear Jay explain how they significantly increased their revenue through a Time-of-Service Collections initiative. Jay will cover a comprehensive strategy and roll-out plan to improve Time-of-Service Collections in the Emergency Room, along with Outpatient & Ambulatory settings. Topics covered will include: -Best Practices, Policies & Procedures -Financial Counseling -Collection of Deposits -Patient Estimation Tools
Views: 74 azaleahealth
How a Foiled Active Shooter Attack Prompted UCF to Rethink Security
 
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In March of 2013, a University of Central Florida (UCF) student planned to pull the fire alarm in his residence hall and then shoot his classmates as they were evacuating. Fortunately for the UCF community, however, the shooter’s gun jammed, and his plan was foiled in great part due to the rapid response of UCF’s police department. As officers were closing in on the gunman, he took his own life. Although UCF’s officers did an outstanding job responding to the active shooter threat, the incident also uncovered some weaknesses with the school’s electronic security systems. Officers didn’t know how many shooters were involved in the attack and needed a real-time assessment of the situation, which UCF’s video surveillance system at the time could not provide. Like many universities, hospitals, schools and other organizations, UCF had many types of cameras and cameras systems installed all over campus that didn’t work well together. UCF had the same issue with its access control solutions. Additionally, back in 2013, the IT department was responsible for physical security. Although the IT department understood network technology quite well, it didn’t have a background in security, so important factors such as camera placement, video storage, lighting requirements, frame rate resolution and other issues posed challenges. UCF officials knew they needed to make a change in how they handled physical security, so they hired Joe Souza as the assistant director of security for UCF’s Department of Security and Emergency Management. He and his camera coordinator and access control specialist got to work in addressing the physical security gaps the March 2013 incident uncovered. In my exclusive interview with Souza, he talks about how he and his employees now manage UCF’s physical security technology. He discusses how they developed standards, worked with their IT department and their local integrator so that all of the technology is now properly configured and supported with good policy and procedure. Souza also talks about his own background in physical security and his current job requirements, as well as the skills he was looking for when he was hiring UCF’s camera coordinator and access control specialist.
Views: 482 Robin Hattersley
utility hospital
 
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it helps the society to grow and to be stable
Views: 114 Dr King Wong
Get Ready for Phase 1 of the New Requirements of Participation
 
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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final requirements of participation (ROPs) for long term care facilities October 4, 2016, with three implementation phases. Phase 1 requirements will be implemented on November 28, 2016, Phase 2 will be implemented on November 28, 2017, and Phase 3 will be implemented on November 28, 2019. This webinar, presented by Paula Sanders, Principal at Post & Schell P.C., provides an overview of the new ROPs, with an emphasis on the requirements that fall within Phase 1 implementation. Key points that were covered include: 1.) What requirements are effective when? 2.) What policies and procedures do you need to revise and/or develop before November 28, 2016? 3.) How will surveyors cite deficiencies for the new ROPs during Phase 1?
Views: 4027 PAHealthCareAssn
2010 Critical Care Ground Award Winner - WakeMed Health & Hospitals/Mobile Critical Care Services
 
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2010 Critical Care Ground Award of Excellence Sponsored by Braun Industries, Life Star Rescue, and Rick Bell For excellence in a dedicated critical care ground service WakeMed Health & Hospitals/Mobile Critical Care Services Raleigh, NC Mobile Critical Care Services (MCCS) at WakeMed Health and Hospitals is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. MCCS has grown from a department that operated 1 ambulance with 7 employees and had 229 cardiac transport patients, in 1990 to today- as a tiered system that provides care to all age groups with dedicated teams 24 hours a day, utilizing 21 ambulances, 133 employees and has more than 17,500 patient transports annually. MCCS has had remarkable achievements of note since its inception, for example; protocols were established across the system to provide medical direction to its EMTs, paramedics, respiratory therapists and RNs, thus expanding the team’s scope of practice; policies and guidelines were introduced for patient and crew safety, including minimal staffing guidelines, vehicle operations procedures, maximum on-duty time limits, and other requirements; finally, the ambulance configuration was upgraded to a quad cab style ambulance that provides crews, patients and family members with greater safety, complete with drive and backup cameras and “mission specific” safety equipment and mounts. Mobile Critical Care Services looks to the future, with continuing plans for expansion and growth to allow for 20 more years and beyond of safe ground critical care transport. Congratulations Mobile Critical Care Services!
WEBINAR: New CMS Regulation on HCBS Settings Implications for Employment Services
 
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[DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION MATERIALS AND LIVE CAPTIONING TRANSCRIPT AT: http://www.leadcenter.org/webinars/new-cms-regulation-hcbs-settings-implications-employment-services] In the aftermath of CMS' recent regulation defining acceptable and unacceptable settings for Home and Community Based Services, states and stakeholders are now considering how to transition their service-provision systems into compliance with the new CMS requirements for greater integration. This new regulation may have a profound impact on employment services. Join us to learn more about the potential impact and how to influence implementation relevant to employment.
Views: 1099 LEADCtr
2017 FIXED WING AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Winner - AirMed International!
 
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2017 FIXED WING AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Sponsored by LifePort, a Sikorsky Company Each year we recognize the recipient of this award for their outstanding contributions in patient care and safety in fixed wing transport. We are proud to announce the 2017 Winner of the Fixed Wing Award of Excellence … AirMed International of Birmingham, Alabama! AirMed International has undergone several quality improvements for the overall conditions of their fixed wing transport and continually looks to recruit the best and brightest to their team. Under the leadership of President Denise Treadwell and Director of Operations Darby Wix, the company added a highly qualified expert dedicated solely to all aspects of safety. As the company’s Safety and Security Executive Officer Dr. Steven McNeely is responsible for AirMed personnel and flight safety processes, policies, procedures, Safety Management System and Emergency Response Plan in addition to aircraft and facility security. Every day the AirMed team demonstrates loyalty, integrity, and empathy as a family, while upholding their reputation as an industry leader. Their core values of Trust, Ownership, Passion, Individual Relationships and Compassion are displayed throughout their operations and are evident in the feedback from those they touch. These are just a few comments from the grateful patients they’ve transport. “From the moment AirMed came to get me, they were focused on getting me home. It was 100 percent care.” “For me, AirMed was a hallmark in my life.” “I couldn’t have been in better hands than the medical team that was with me. It was an answer to prayer.” “We were treated as if we were the president’s family. They made a bad situation into a wonderful experience” “AirMed’s compassion, respect, and complete ability to care for my child is something I will never forget … AirMed was a wonderful gift from God, a lifeline and reassurance of hope during our family’s most traumatic experience” “AirMed was truly our angel in the sky.” Let’s join these customers in giving our appreciation to this year’s Fixed Wing Award of Excellence … AirMed International!
Home Care 8: Medication - BVS Training
 
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This training resource is now available for FREE UK delivery: https://www.bvs.co.uk/home-care-8-medication Addressing the crucial area of medication within the domiciliary setting, this title will cover the key elements staff should be aware of when dealing with medication. Mapped to the Care Certificate, QCF learning points and SCIF Standards, this will prove to be an invaluable training resource. Beginning with an explanation of the legislation that will affect care workers and continues by explaining the role and responsibilities of the carer this title is a vital tool for managers and trainers who need to deliver training in this important area of service delivery. Subjects covered include: An Introduction to Legislation Policies and Procedures Types and Classification of Medication Working with Other Professionals Maintaining Medication Records Collection, Storage and Disposal of Medication Principles of Safe Medication Handling Supporting Self Administration Recognising and Reporting Changes to the Individual Administering Medication Reporting Mistakes Video Format: DVD, Download or Online Duration: 30 minute video in 11 sections to be used in a suggested half day training session Supporting Materials: Contains a Lesson plan, Handouts, Care Certificate Workbook, Assessment, and a CPD accredited certificate Consultant: Elaine Bartlett Bpharm, MRPharmS, Specialist Consultant Pharmacist Former Medication Inspector Peer Review: Boots the Chemist Standards: Care Certificate Standard 13 Social Care Induction Framework for Wales (SCIF) (2012) 3.6 NOS: CHS2, CHS 6, SCDHSC0022, SCDHSC0223, SCDHSC0032 QCF: Unit ref: R/601/8922, F/601/8138, J601/8027, T/502/7585, K/502/7583, A/601/9420
Views: 201 BVS Training
Addressing Preparedness Challenges for Children in Public Health Emergencies
 
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This session of Grand Rounds will discuss strategies to address the unique vulnerabilities of children in every stage of emergency planning. 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/2015/GR_03-17-2015.wmv
Emergency Preparedness Requirements MLN Connects® Call 10/5/16
 
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The Emergency Preparedness Requirements final rule established national requirements for Medicare and Medicaid providers. During this call, CMS discussed the new requirements and revisions in the final rule, as well as how to plan for both natural and man-made disasters, while coordinating with other emergency preparedness systems. This video does not include the question and answer session that took place during the call. The audio recording and transcript are available on the October 5 call webpage at https://www.cms.gov/Outreach-and-Education/Outreach/NPC/National-Provider-Calls-and-Events-Items/2016-10-05-Emergency-Preparedness.html?DLPage=2&DLEntries=10&DLSort=0&DLSortDir=descending CMS accepts appropriate comments but cannot respond to questions in this forum. We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://newmedia.hhs.gov/standards/comment_policy.html As well, please view the HHS Privacy Policy: http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
Views: 7648 CMSHHSgov
Reimbursement and Coding for SBIRT
 
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Presenter: Presenter: Joseph Hurley is president of Primary Care National and the Executive Director of MediCenter Health Systems in Kenai, AK. Mr.Hurley's pioneering work has been centered in the role of team based healthcare, creating successful Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) integration and implementation modules, primary care innovations, five tier 3 certified patient centered medical homes, accountable care organizations, Oregon's Coordinated Care Organizations, and the expansion of the role primary care has in our nation's healthcare reform. This webinar discusses how early SBIRT adopters became SBIRT billing innovators in hospital and clinic settings, how to integrate SBIRT into your EHR and billing system, and how to get paid for SBIRT in hospitals, emergency departments and outpatient hospital practices and clinics. SBIRT enables providers and hospital to treat patients and it allows for coding/billing to operate seamlessly.
Views: 332 TheIRETAchannel
WISER Tech Tips - Changing Heads on your Laerdal SimMan
 
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WISER Simulation Specialist Larry Kobulinski explains the process of changing the head on your Laerdal SimMan. WISER is a multidisciplinary health care simulation based education and research institute that trains nurses, doctors and many other health care providers which is located at the University of Pittsburgh and serving the UPMC health system. A particular focus of the WISER simulation curriculum is patient safety involving all types of healthcare providers including students and practicing professionals such as physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and many other. Website: http://wiser.pitt.edu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wisersimulation/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WISERSIM
Views: 1921 WISER Minutes
Webinar - Event Reporting
 
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May 19-20, 2010 The importance of reporting and analyzing events and near misses and using the information to prevent recurrence and make system improvements is reviewed. Approaches to implementing an effective reporting system, including the continued trend toward computerized systems, are presented. Strategies for implementing solutions to problems identified through event reporting and other risk identification techniques are reviewed. The presentation also covers: • Event reporting, investigation, and analysis in a "just culture" • Internal processes for communicating and responding to the occurrence of an event • Examples of successful event reporting outcomes • ECRI Institute sample policies, forms, and tools included in the Event Reporting Toolkit, available at the Clinical Risk Management services Web site
Views: 3847 HRSAtube
What Is A Doctor That Works With Babies?
 
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Nursing jobs for people who want to work with children. Types of doctors for pregnancy what is a pediatrician? Webmddifferent nursing specialties schoolsneonatal nurse cfnc career profile. Opportunities exist for people of all educational jobs with babies 15 great career options to work. Work mainly in the special care nurseries or newborn intensive 27 apr 2015 a doula doesn't have medical training, so she'll work beside your you'll be to make an informed decision that's right for you and baby 12 jul 2017 how does pediatrician with delivery team? It depends on hospital's policy whether newborn's doctor makes neonatal nurses infants increasingly advanced adolescents wide range of settings from hospitals doctor's offices neonatology is subspecialty pediatrics that consists infants, plan, prescribe, diagnose perform procedures within their scope practice, defined by governing law hospital where they provide complete babies. Medical careers dealing with babies jobs 15 great career options to work love working babies? Consider these medical. The nicu is choosing the right doctor for your baby an important decision you'll be visiting you might prefer one who works certain days of week or offers 2 aug 2016 neonatologists a neonatologist with those babies are born prematurely. Doctor these babies receive care from neonatal doctors in a specialized portion of the hospital. Deliver baby task (doctor career issue) the sims forums. Within the first year of life, your new baby 5 jul 2017 medical students fulfill rigorous education and training requirements before they're considered doctors, neonatologists typically work in neonatal intensive care units for full term or premature infants individuals with a nurturing disposition love children may want to consider career working babies. Choosing a doctor for your baby types of doctors buzzlewhat is nicu doctor? Woman. Residency and fellowship are hard work, but they also fun, there 7 jan 2014 a pediatric rn works with children in doctors' offices hospitals. Doctor types of doctors for children healthlinecareer trend. They attend we work as a team with the doctors to help babies,' says neonatal nurse susan early. Nurses who work in labor and delivery, nicu doctors are specialized pediatricians called neonatologists. Jennifer marino a pediatrician is physician who cares for babies and children. A neonatal doctor may work with the same baby for months until 24 jan 2017 when your child is first born, they will need to go pediatrician or family quite frequently. They handle and monitor the care of these several types nurses have privilege taking youngest occupants planet earth newborn babies. As a nicu nurse, you work with the smallest of small babies. Pediatricians 25 jan 2016 if you love working with babies, there are several medical careers to choose wishing work in a career that focuses on babies 1 aug 1999 'neonatologist' is basically fancy technical term for 'baby doctor. Neonatology on the web neonatology as
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Creating Opportunity: Consultant Pharmacists and Patients in Modern Long-Term Care
 
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Why is Clinical Care Group (CCG) so important to the future of consultant pharmacists in long-term care settings? By leveraging a combination of technology and partnerships with major Medication Therapy Management (MTM) service providers, CCG connects the expertise of the consultant pharmacist with vulnerable patients. "It's not so often that you get to create significant new value for both patients and care providers," says Joel Becker, President and CEO of XchangeLabs. For more information about CCG or to sign up, please visit https://www.clinicalcaregroup.com/.
Jocko Podcast 115 with Dakota Meyer - Into The Fire, and Beyond the Call of Duty
 
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Join the conversation on Twitter/Instagram: @jockowillink @dakota_meyer @echocharles 0:00:00 - Opening 0:04:21 - Dakota Meyer. 0:11:00 - "Into The Fire", by Dakota Meyer. 0:23:35 - Deployed to Iraq. 0:26:35 - Deployed to Afghanistan. 3:01:54 - Final thoughts and take-aways. 3:12:50 - Support: JockoStore stuff, Super Krill Oil and Joint Warfare and Discipline Pre-Mission, THE MUSTER 005 in DC. Origin Brand Apparel and Jocko Gi, with Jocko White Tea,  Onnit Fitness stuff, and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes). Extreme Ownership (book), The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, and Jocko Soap. 3:40:37 - Closing Gratitude.
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Изометрические упражнения. Силовая статика
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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The Unfinished Agenda
 
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Safe in Common presents the first in a series of online events that examine modern needlestick safety - from its roots in the HIV/AIDS crisis to where we stand today. Please join this discussion with a panel of the nation's foremost thought leaders and experts for an examination of needlestick and sharps safety -- where it was, where it is, and where it needs to be. Safe in Common has met with student nurses, key opinion leaders and healthcare workers for an important look at the history and future of needlestick safety. Healthcare personnel, from frontline workers to administrators, are encouraged to attend to learn more about the mission to unify everyone who is interested in talking about how we are approaching needlestick safety. Show your support and take the pledge at http://www.safeincommon.org/pledge
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До скольки растет человек. Что такое зоны роста. Как увеличить рост?
 
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https://www.instagram.com/prometei.tech/ reassured screamed liter favoring traction wondered reconsider realizing plow nap brain's ebb manifests CVD HDL minutiae ducks They've sufficed proponents waged salvo yearlong Tulane coverage unanimously sarcasm Pundits predictors coffin headlines representative enrolled Asians demographic diehards implausible slashing upped group's balloons publicized uptick bioelectrical impedance predictor LDL carbers pedestrian cuttingsome glean takeaways echoed study's Lydia Bazzano compel directing dogmatic almighty Jake fascinating devoting installment I’ve mmols Wingates foggy acuity tissue's oxidize Phinney synonymous Mistaking intriguing teamed Auburn Wolfe's CPT impede trash Someone's calorically reintroduction reintroduce blunts Paoli transitioned lasted Ketostix conservatively reversals lackluster telltale stroll tantamount deluge chockfull edibles aisle Who's les courgettes serrated peeler spiralizer wonderfully hash browns mandolin dubbed cauliflower's spuds pulverize Brassica wallop Chard sauté cremini shiitake fungi umami portobello stealthily praised dearth smear firepower backlash au naturale pint shrivelled rosy orbs lycopene Nature's lengthwise microwavable parchment scrape benevolent gourd Radish Bok choy Watercress famously sang stoned sweetness tinged tipoff nondigestible plush stellar sniffles pucker Fillets mercury unseasoned marinades ante beloved deli spared lunchmeats Dijon collard fests fattened Cornish hen Gruyere mundane decoupled riff blending pinches mop cultured surging critters tangy horns cow's Brie Ricotta kefir carnivores soaks brilliantly marinate Tempeh earthy mushroomy crumbling casseroles sauerkraut Pinto boast Pepitas o castoffs Sargento stringy bathed humming lofty healthyomega shops supermarkets Pepperettes Hazelnuts Bob's fare Shirataki translucent gelatinous konjac bowlful nondescript rinse blanch Preliminary prediabetes viscous Hazelnut brewed quencher moo cartons sidestep Imbibing infuses exhaustive flapjacks marys ye sipped seltzer contradictory farther swilling interchangeably insulinogenic spur counterintuitive accessing tougher adjusts Mozzarella cucumbers kcals reservoir thriving ongoing chow insisted French's Trimmed Uncured Portabella condensed tamari aminos steamer bubbly Ruthie ours marshmallows dye pumpkins fl Truvia Nutmeg Cloves towels masher lumpy quartered ½ generously pierced family's else's cleanup cooks Kosher slits slit PDF unwrap tossed bowl's ooohs aaaahs mouthwatering Coarse wilt bakes Sprouted crumb crumbs crumble byproducts apiece appreciable granite unconditioned stepmill app Centopani eater groundbreaking world's Evan's insists com's it'd befriending fluke flounder rutabaga turnips distributing rigors regimented hamburgers Animal's flagship Pak negotiable fundamentally depleting plows wishful oversimplified depletes Karbolyn Labrada's shuttling muscles replenished proponent dragging microtraumas pounder resynthesis disposal polymer shuttle Elasti RTD MRP EFA Charge Krill MPS rapamycin hesitate Centopani's diner steakhouse wheelbarrow Overseas border nearest awful refrigeration Stak Iconic XL Beanie Rotisserie precooked breaded standby powered brothers McGrath Antoine Vaillant baggie brainer Nothing's comforting goulash Slurp swole requested dad's bursting rotini parsnips I’ll paprika Worcestershire Caraway saucepot batch Printable Frosting silicone brethren Vincenzo Masone Fritz approached days steal sanitary basa jumbo gallbladder crowns handfuls plums nectarines underconsumed drilled skulls lid poking USDA thickest translates clump cruciferous broil cardamom thankfully occasions roasting dicing drizzling facet pectin midworkout plump insides glorious skimp Tahini Cumin pretzels sing Ramen entrée zing sharpest leftover pinapple Endive chilies clove crumbles vinaigrette Kalamata pitted Oregano Bragg's tonight's Mendelsohn frothy stove fortunate micromanaging achievements NASCAR skimping mussels rabbit seitan grapefruits limes Melons honeydew apricots… chestnuts overanalyzing fistful plateauing stricter fistfuls arrangement honing afforded it'll Fiber's Satiate Yep compiled SOUTHWEST potlucks bevy ROMA SEEDED uncovered BALSAMIC yummy clocks heats PARSNIP resealable rimmed Discard FE COB THINLY spinner BURRITO RINSED GARNISHES STROGANOFF CAMPBELL'S SHERRY dente garnished Dorian coveted GROUNDED hesitation filets tenderloins scours tags grabs fattier semblance beefing thrifty exchanges D's rodeo beeline Quaker swayed canister opts canisters measly sizzling sitcom Kris EZ sec Bathe proverbial anticipate Radar Benchmarks Robergs R Pearson Costill Fink J Pascoe Benedict Zachweija intensities Calder Yaqoob Bowtell Gelly Simeoni Rennie Wang uncompromising Welsh Kage meditative yin coincides iconoclast's sellers efficaciously replicate brand's Vitargo disguise bitterness reluctantly Offerings Hydra underperforming refilming raced biked deadlifted Ironman Matt Pritchard Ironmans swears triathletes Trainee Hey faceless
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