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As a leading provider-sponsored health plan, Johns Hopkins HealthCare is redefining the value of health insurance through provider collaboration and member-centric care. Episodes will feature leaders in the integrated health care landscape discussing value-based care in pursuit of innovative health solutions and quality outcomes.Who this podcast is for: health care professionals (payers and providers), health care users, and anyone curious about transformations in managed care.
 
Time for a checkup! Shaun McMahon hosts Your Health, a podcast about healthcare news and insights from CIUSSS West-Central Montreal (the Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal). Got a topic suggestion or a health question? Send them in at communications@jgh.mcgill.ca Également disponible en français.
 
Inspired Choices Network What is the secret to living your best life? Karen Claffey believes the answer is integrating and creating a healthy balance between 4 main areas of your health and life: Body, Mind, Heart, and Spirit. When all 4 areas of our life are balanced we experience wholeness, unity. For more information on Karen and her programs, go to: http://www.heaven-onearth.ca/radio-show-integrated-health-4-you Tel: 905-664-9099 Email: info@heaven-onearth.ca
 
Just how dangerous is the everyday workplace? What can be done to mitigate risks and avoid hazards? And what trade-offs have to be made between the competing demands of safety, efficiency and wider social responsibility? This album looks at three very different case studies - farming, food manufacturing and urban redevelopment - and explores the varying approaches to risk management within each different sphere. It includes a visit to Fox's Biscuits and Brooksby Agricultural College in the U ...
 
Just how dangerous is the everyday workplace? What can be done to mitigate risks and avoid hazards? And what trade-offs have to be made between the competing demands of safety, efficiency and wider social responsibility? This album looks at three very different case studies - farming, food manufacturing and urban redevelopment - and explores the varying approaches to risk management within each different sphere. It includes a visit to Fox's Biscuits and Brooksby Agricultural College in the U ...
 
Integrated fitness and nutrition and self aware self care strategies. Telling my story and exploring a modern women's journey in understanding her body and being able to successfully navigate in this world. I talk about what I've learned in my twenty years of coaching and share with you what I've discovered along the way. Sharing inspired conversations with incredible people and experts in the field of nutrition, health, fitness, spirituality and personal growth. Giving you a new perspective ...
 
Our mission at Eleanor Health is to help people struggling with addiction live amazing lives. As an integrated, multidisciplinary team, we’re focused on delivering whole-person, comprehensive care. We are passionate about transforming the quality, delivery, and accessibility of addiction treatment. Every member of our team works together integrating care and coordinating services to improve our members’ quality of life.Our actions are rooted in respect for each member’s values, culture, and ...
 
Dr. Christie Smirl is dedicated to increasing public health awareness through eastern Ayurvedic holistic medicine, western allopathic medicine, yogic sciences, energy medicine and integrated wellness. Dr. Christie Smirl is a clinical Doctorate of Ayurveda, Nurse Practitioner with 25 years acute hospital experience, Reiki Master Healer, Master Yoga Teacher Trainer ERYT500, professor, published author and musician. Her passion is healing and personal empowerment. #integrated #medicine #health ...
 
This is a show to help real life runners to improve their running and their life, through conversations about training, nutrition, health and wellness, family, and all the crazy things that life throws at us. We want to live the best life we can and to help others do the same. In each episode, we will tackle topics that will make us better runners, better parents, better friends, better partners, and better people. The lessons that we learn from running can carry over into all aspects of our ...
 
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One of our key principles of training is that your running cannot all stay at the same pace. One of the training terms thrown around quite a bit is polarized training. In this episode, we look at what polarized training actually entails, what the research suggests about alternate styles of training, as well as if and how to incorporate this style o…
 
On November 1st 1998 Paris Robinson was shot four times in the chest at point blank range and has been in a wheelchair ever since. What transpired from there is a miraculous story that Paris shares in this episode today. He shares his story of facing tragedy in his life to experiencing a physical comeback like no other. Paris is truly inspiring and…
 
We sit down with Matt Muenster, HGTV host, to discuss his partnership with Priority Partners on an initiative to address food insecurity in Maryland. With the help of Matt and fellow host Chris Grundy, Priority Partners is designing, building, and installing small food pantries in areas of need throughout Baltimore and Maryland. Learn more about th…
 
The half marathon is such a wonderful race distance. It is long enough that you need to put in months of training to perform well, but it is short enough that you do not need to abandon all work and family obligations to devote yourself to increased mileage and a weekend long run that can get grueling while prepping for a marathon. In this episode,…
 
Suboxone vs. Methadone – How are They Different? Suboxone and Methadone are both highly effective in treating opioid use disorder. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/methadone-or-suboxone Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-caroli…
 
The way we look when we run can be remarkably distinguishable to other runners who have known us for a while. As races get going again, this is a good reminder that while running form can be improved and optimized, there are plenty of runners out there with less than “perfect form” putting up strong race results. In this episode, we cover running f…
 
Has COVID changed your beliefs about your body? Today we talk about: How your body responds to your beliefs How most people's beliefs about their health have changed post COVID The effect fear has on your health Why your body's innate immune system is far superior to anything unnatural How you can create lasting health by just changing your perspec…
 
Kratom and Alcohol – The Risk of an Overdose Combining kratom and alcohol can increase the risk of an overdose Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/kratom-and-alcohol Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
Dan Chojnowski, SVP and CFO with Johns Hopkins HealthCare, discusses the evolving role of Finance teams as strategic partners. No longer sought exclusively for guarding budgets and reporting numbers, Dan illustrates how Finance teams can develop the narrative behind the numbers to propose and implement solutions to affect the share mission of payer…
 
Actor Colin Farrell recently filed for conservatorship of his teenage son with Angelman Syndrome. We connect with Dr. Michelle Sirak to talk about what Angelman Syndrome is and if a conservatorship is the right move for this family.
 
As runners, many of us are looking to improve in some manner. Some of us are looking to improve consistency. This may rely on adding enjoyment or removing pain. Some of us are trying to run faster or farther. This can rely on appropriate training and planning. Given enough time, a training plan will create enough adaptations to your body that you c…
 
Bupropion Naltrexone This combination medication is utilized in treating obesity and meth addiction. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/bupropion-naltrexone Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
Naltrexone Uses in Addiction Treatment Naltrexone is an FDA-approved prescription medication used for treating alcohol use disorder and opioid use disorder. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/what-is-naltrexone-for Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth…
 
Vivitrol Treatment for Alcoholism and Addiction Vivitrol is an FDA-approved effective treatment option for alcoholism and opioid addiction. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/vivitrol-medication Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-…
 
We know the immense benefits that running can bring to us, both physically and mentally, and we want other people to experience that without all of the aches, pains, and frustrations. To be able to take charge of their physical and mental health and train in a way that’s right for them. Here's the secret that we've learned on our running journey an…
 
Welcome to Health Care Collaborations, a podcast by Johns Hopkins HealthCare. As an emerging leader in provider-sponsored health plans, that's the territory we're going to explore on this podcast. We're all about redefining the value of health insurance through provider collaboration. Each episode will feature leaders in the integrated health care …
 
What are Benzos? Benzos are a class of psychoactive drugs that are highly effective as a short-term treatment of certain psychological disorders. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/what-are-benzos-drugs Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/location…
 
How Does Methadone Work? Methadone is used to treat opioid use disorders, such as heroin addiction, and has been successful in the battle against the opioid crisis. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/does-methadone-work Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhe…
 
Side Effects of Bupropion Bupropion is a safe and effective antidepressant with a favorable side effect profile. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/side-effects-bupropion Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
The Pros and Cons of Bupropion Bupropion is an antidepressant drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and as an aid for smoking cessation. When bupropion is misused, dangerous doses of the drug enter the body and increase the risk of an overdose. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/…
 
The Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines Benzodiazepines (benzos), also known as minor tranquilizers, are man-made pharmaceutical drugs and are some of the most widely prescribed medications in the United States. Despite their tremendous medical benefits, benzodiazepines also carry a high risk of causing dependence and tolerance. Read More: https://ww…
 
All About Kratom The FDA has voiced concern over Kratom use, as it's shown to affect the same opioid brain receptors as morphine and contains properties that expose users to the risks of addiction, abuse, and dependence. Regular use of Kratom is known to cause dependence and addiction in some users including withdrawal symptoms when they stop using…
 
The Hills’ star Lo Bosworth revealed that she secretly suffered a traumatic brain injury two years ago and still struggles with side effects. We dive in with Dr. Christine Greiss the director of the concussion program at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute to further understand what a traumatic brain injury is.…
 
The youngest of the Karim children, Doreya Karim grew up with BioGeometry. Today, Doreya is the director of BioGeometry Energy Systems Ltd. in Canada, where she heads numerous BioGeometry projects and is a vital player of the BioGeometry research and development team, which aims to reduce all forms of environmental stress on biological systems. Dor…
 
Breathing is essential for life. We all know that. Today we want to talk about the importance of the breath, both when we are running and when we are not running. How important is breath control? What techniques can we use to improve our breathing? Highlights of the Episode Two ways to think about breathing Breathing through your mouth vs nose Tech…
 
Today is a powerful episode! Patricia is an accredited Holistic Health Practitioner, CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach & Corrective Exercise Coach, Nationally Certified Fitness Specialist, Energy Medicine Healer, Shamanic Practitioner & published Author of Your Amazing Itty Bitty Heal Your Body Book - 15 Essential Steps To Heal Our Body, Mind and Spiri…
 
If you’re like a lot of runners that we work with, you may have noticed that your body isn’t responding the same way it used to. As you get older, you may start to notice some aches and pains that weren’t there before. Many runners experience some form of lower back pain, before, during, or after running. Today we are going to address why it may be…
 
On today's special two part episode, we pick up from when we last sat down with Dr. Aakash Shah, Director of Addiction Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. In this episode's conclusion, we have an in depth conversation about Celebrity Demi Lovato, and her struggles with addiction, which…
 
In 2024, CIUSSS-West-Central Montreal will undergo accreditation to become certified as "Baby-Friendly", as part of the Baby-Friendly Initiative. What does that mean for families and our staff? And how can our CIUSSS continue to push toward that goal despite the challenges of a pandemic? Claudia Cinquino, a Nurse Care Counselor at the Neonatal Inte…
 
En 2024, le CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal fera l’objet d’un processus d’agrément visant à être reconnu « Ami des bébés » dans le cadre de l’initiative des Ami des bébés. Qu’est-ce que cela signifie pour les familles et les membres de notre personnel? Et, comment notre CIUSSS peut-il continuer à aller de l’avant vers cet objectif malgr…
 
How do you know if you are being consistent? Is it running 5 days a week? 6 days? Running hard? Running easy all the time? Truth is... consistency looks a little different for everyone. In this episode, we talk about consistency and why understanding your brain can improve all of our relationships with running days. Understanding how our brain work…
 
Gigi is a new kid in the Seattle music scene, writing and recording music for the past six years in her parents basement, and various other places including cutting vocals in her brothers closet or kitchen. The brother-sister duo write and record all their own music with tastes in R&B, soul, jazz and a little bit of pop. In this episode Gigi shares…
 
We talk all the time about recovering after a hard workout. Recovery is needed for adaptation, so sleep and nutrition matter. What about the recovery during a workout? How long should you break for during an interval session or a strength routine? In this episode, we look at how the body recovers during a workout, and why you may not be getting the…
 
Kelsey Abbott is an intuitive Human Design Reader, a Certified Professional Coach, Instigator of Joy and the host of the Find Your Awesome podcast. She helps spiritual adventurers remember who they are and why they’re here so they can experience more ease, joy, flow, magic and miracles. She believes that the universe wants us to be sparklyAF and th…
 
On today's special two part episode, we sit down with Dr. Aakash Shah, Director of Addiction Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. We have an in depth conversation about Celebrity Demi Lovato, and her struggles with addiction, which she opens up about in her new documentary, "Dancing Wit…
 
Runners often talk about a base-building phase as though high mileage is the only component. They think of it only as a build up to a longer race, or as something they might “need” to do. Maybe you’ve heard the term before but don’t really understand what it means or why it’s used. In this episode, we challenge the idea that base building is only a…
 
How have you adapted mentally, spiritually and career-wise in the era of COVID-19? Paul and I share our creative process behind our new books and how rethinking and restructuring your business can help you thrive in this Living 4D & Integrate Yourself conversation. Find the full interview at https://youtu.be/oNpJNYJQXVc Learn how to tune into your …
 
Have you ever crossed the finish line thinking you should have gone faster because you are not that tired? Have you ever begged for the finish line to be a few miles closer because you went out way too fast? Today we are talking all things pacing. We will cover pacing strategies for races as well as training paces to help you reach your goals. Runn…
 
Dr. Mary Helen Hensley is a metaphysical healer, chiropractor and international inspirational speaker. She has authored numerous books including, "Promised By Heaven", "The Chakra Fairies", "The Pocket Coach" and she co-authored the recent number one best-seller, "Bringing Death To Life". She lives and creates in Ireland with her two daughters, Jem…
 
Races are starting to come back onto the schedule. Whether it is a smaller local race or a major marathon with thousands of runners, racing is returning. With racing can come a major issue for many runners - pre-race nerves. The anxiety around racing has disappeared for the past year, but as runners prepare to pin on their numbers, let’s take a loo…
 
Quitting. It’s something we never want to do, but are there times when that might be the best option? How do we know when to push through or pull the plug? In this week's episode, we answer this and some other questions posed to us by our listeners. Tune in to hear the answers! Highlights of the Episode How do you bring yourself to go back to runni…
 
Sara Egert is a Feng Shui practitioner who focuses her curiosity and enthusiasm on helping people improve their lives within themselves and outward while raising their energy and vibration in their bodies, home and work environment. Sara educates her clients to observe and be conscious of their physical space at home or office, and how it's a refle…
 
How do you see your body? Do you use positive or negative words to describe yourself? When we assess our physical body, we generally do so as a comparison to some image in our head. In this episode, we want to discuss the physical stereotypes cast upon us. We look into how these societal expectations are different for men and women, and how they ch…
 
Many runners head out for a run without worrying about pace or effort. They take off and run and they finish pretty tired. They fall victim to the moderate effort trap. They never run that hard, but they never run that easy. If you have moved to a more polarized approach, remember that moderate effort still deserves a place in your training, and co…
 
Hannah Smith is in the world of business and healing. After 10 years working for a leading brand in the corporate world she turned her whole life inside out and upside down and went on a self discovery mission across the world. traveling and adventuring by van, motorbike, cycling and by foot all across the world she was introduced to the world of h…
 
It was a great honor and pleasure to have Mr. Mark Stavish talk on Healthier Vibrations about Egregores, Purification and Self Realization. In this discussion, Mr. Mark Stavish offers a practical introduction to recognizing and managing egregores. He discusses what is an egregore and why is it so important to recognize these powerful entities that …
 
Running is hard and as much as a good inspirational message or video can make you want to run up a mountain, sometimes we just need to recover. Sometimes recovery looks like some extra sleep and an off day, but sometimes recovery can be remarkably active. As with most things running, understanding both where you are and where you are aiming gives y…
 
It seems like just yesterday that 78-year-old Maimonides Geriatric Centre resident Gloria Lallouz received the first COVID-19 vaccine on December 14th, 2020. What many of us don't realize is how quickly that historic vaccination pilot project got off the ground, paving the way for where we are today. Lucie Tremblay, Director of Nursing for CIUSSS W…
 
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