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Transcript: There was a huge decrease in uninsured publics whenever the Affordable Care Act was first set in place, probably because they didn't want to pay the fine with not having insurance under the ACA. This group would be the most beneficial from health insurance but they also may not want health insurance. Employers would have to figure out if they need to drop their coverage for their employees to satisfy the demand for new healthcare because it may not be up to par with the new healthcare, even if the benefits are worse than what the employer offers. People with Dependents not Covered President-Elect Trump needs a lot of people on his side to make changes to the healthcare already set in place by President Obama. Some people aren't able to have their preexisting conditions covered on a new healthcare plan, which is something the ACA tried to avoid. President-Elect Trump would have to make sure to cover this if he wants to have a successful healthcare plan. Insured Already Healthcare Providers Uninsured In 2014, 4.7 million people had their plans canceled due to the ACA. If President-Elect Trump creates a new healthcare initiative, people who are insured could lose their plans because they don't meet what his health plan has in store. Insurance Agencies There are projections that healthcare professionals are declining within the next few years, even though more and more Americans are getting healthcare. If President-Elect Trump wants to mandate healthcare, he'll need to work on getting more providers as well. Health insurance agencies try to handle the ACA as well as they can, and even though some have outright said no to being on the Marketplace, many still remain. They could have benefits for more people being on their healthcare plan. If someone gets health insurance just for them and not their dependents, they could be fined for it. Many people could have reasons why they didn't get health insurance, like not being able to afford it for everyone. President-Elect Trump will have to make sure it works for everyone. Employers Preexisting Conditions Healthcare Agenda

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Transcript: Patient Compliance With Mammogram & Pap Smear Guidelines in Relation to Social Support & Education Introduction & Purpose Jennifer Baulieu Kele Powell Carly Walshe To assess the compliance of patients in health screening tests including pap smear and mammogram in relation to social support and education. How to improve compliance in preventative screening for all women. Current Guidelines from the US Preventative Services Task Force (2016): Women 21-65 years of age should have a pap smear every 3 years Those over 65 years can be stopped with 3 negative tests within the past 10 years Mammograms performed every 2 years in women 50-74 Ages 40-49 are based on risk factors Introduction & Purpose At one time cervical cancer was a leading cause of death. In the last 40 years, mortality from cervical cancer has drastically declined due to pap smear screening. While breast cancer continues to remain a high mortality for women, mammograms can provide early detection and less invasive treatment. Misconceptions among high risk populations about preventative screening Correlation of education level and preventative screening compliance in women The influence of social support on women receiving preventative screening How healthcare providers and community members can improve patient compliance of recommended preventive screening practices Importance Topics Preventative Screening Research Preventative Screening Research Screening Screening Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Cervical Cancer screenings have increased since 2006, but high risk populations have misconceptions about Pap Smears. Myths about Pap Smears: They do not screen for all gynecologic cancers They do not screen for pregnancy They do not screen for STIs Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Cervical Cancer Disparities: African American women are 2x more likely than Caucasian women to die from cervical cancer ¹ Mortality rate is 50% higher among Hispanic women than non-Hispanic women ¹ College-age women are the most common age group with HPV Purpose: To examine knowledge among : Women with abnormal Pap-smears (pre-vaccine 2005-2006) College women (post vaccine 2008) Racial and ethnic minority college women (post vaccine 2011) Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Methodology: Assess the knowledge of women regarding the purpose of Pap-smears via surveys Study 1: Surveyed 154 women with abnormal Pap Smears Study 2: Surveyed 276 women who were undergraduate students Study 3: Surveyed 711 women who were undergraduate students that self-identified as part of a minority population Results: The percentage of women who were incorrect or unsure of whether Pap Smears tested for cervical cancer: Study 1: ~ 15% Study 2: ~ 25% Study 3: ~ 20% Each study found that women believed Pap smears tested for HPV, vaginal infections, yeast infections, gonorrhea, herpes, HIV/AIDS, and pregnancy Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Discussion: Statistically significant association between age and Pap smear knowledge Confusion can lead to delays and missed screenings and treatment opportunities for cervical cancer Women may not be receiving adequate information from their healthcare providers because even women in study 1 with an abnormal result had misconceptions Professional organizations need to develop clear and consistent health education messages Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Confusion About Pap Smears: Lack of Knowledge Among High-Risk Women Summary: Significant knowledge gaps remain among women Critical need for clear and consistent health education messages about the purpose, meaning, timing, and consequences of Pap smear testing beginning at an early age Messages need to address the need for screening, dispel myths, and be tailored for different populations Social Support and Education Social Support and Education The Association of Social Support and Education With Breast and Cervical Canc... In 2010, women... Mammogram in last 2 years: >50 years old: 72.4% >40 years old Less than a high school education: 58.3% High school degree: 69.5% College degree: 80.8% Pap Smear in last 3 years >21 years old: 83% Less than a high school education: 69.4% High school degree: 77.7% College degree: 89% The Association of Social Support and Education With Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Purpose: Is there an association between social support and compliance with mammography and Pap test screening guidelines? Does social support moderate the effect of education on breast and cervical cancer screening? The Association of Social Support and Education with Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Methodology: 2009-2010 Telephone survey 5,442 interviews with 66.1% cooperation rate Non-hispanic population due to small numbers Mammograms: >40 years old Compliance = past 2

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Transcript: OR - Small group health insurance is typically offered on a guaranteed-issue basis, meaning that you cannot be denied coverage due to the health status of your employees or their dependents Obama's Plan How will Romney affect Retirees? Romney's Plan Obama's Plan Obama's Plan How will Romney affect families with an ill child? How will Romney affect small businesses? Healthcare How will it affect YOU? How will Obama affect small businesses? On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond, with most changes taking place by 2014. Example 1: Auto Repair Shop with 10 Employees Gets $24,500 Credit for 2010 Main Street Mechanic: Employees: 10 Wages: $250,000 total, or $25,000 per worker Employee Health Care Costs: $70,000 - 2010 Tax Credit: $24,500 (35% credit) - 2014 Tax Credit: $35,000 (50% credit) Romney's Plan Romney's Plan How will Obama affect Retirees? Until now, plans could refuse to accept anyone because of a pre-existing health condition, or they could limit benefits for that condition. starting in 2014, these protections will be extended to americans of all ages, including adults. - Small group employers are typically defined as those with 2-50 employees Under the Affordable Care Act, health plans cannot limit, deny benefits or deny coverage for a child younger than age 19 simply because the child applied to join the plan How will Obama affect families with an ill child? Now, under the health care law, plans that cover children can no longer exclude, limit, or deny coverage to your child under 19 solely based on a health problem or disability that your child developed before you applied for coverage.

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Transcript: The Benefits of Medical Marijuana The DEA has an annual budget of $3 Billion, most of which is used to combat cannabis. the US spends almost $600 billion a year on housing 2.5 million inmates, 12% of whom are in for cannabis crimes. DOJ estimates that America spends $1 Billion annually fighting marijuana related crimes. in 2005, the FBI arrested 786,500 people for cannabis crimes, more than doublet the total arrests made in all of 1992 Anorexia and Cachexia Movement Disorders (Tourettes, Parkinsons, Etc.) Nausea Glaucoma Epilepsy Asthma Inflammation Diabetes Osteoporosis Hypertension Many others... By Sam Grunow Laws and Legislation Enforcement Yes! Scientific studies have time and again proven the non-addictive traits of cannabis. Non-carcinogenic (does not cause cancer.) Does not cause emphysema (unlike tobacco) Potential Profit Medical Applications Is it safe? Considered a controlled substance in most states (with few exceptions) Some western states have introduced legislation that legalizes the drug Still recognized as a controlled substance by the Federal Government Allowed to medical card holders as prescribed by doctors for specific conditions Cannabis has become a cash crop on the black market, if the government were able to fully harness the taxability, they could use the funds for universal healthcare. San Jose, California was able to generate almost $300,000 in one month after adding the 7% tax on medical cannabis. Annually, the city was able to raise $3.5 million dollars from the tax. There is a certain stigma in America regarding the legalization, consumption, and ethics behind the use of cannabis. Hopefully the following presentation can debunk some of the myths surrounding this herb.

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Transcript: People Team Shared Services Our Vision Our Vision Leading the organization in delivering innovative, proactive, customer-focused services through operational excellence and employee engagement Innovative Innovative Service Now Service Now Knowledge base Workflow Reporting and Analytics Call reporting and analytics Telephone Technology Telephone Technology Queuing No down time Remote communication capabilities New system coming soon Human Capital Management Human Capital Management Customer-Focused Customer Focused PEOPLELINK ABOUT PEOPLELINK Hours of operation 7:30 am to 6:00 pm (Monday – Friday) Forms of communication: portal, e-mail, live chat, telephone One-stop department Accurate responses Anti-black hole assistance Documentation of communication SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL SERVICES Services BENEFITS BENEFITS Benefit Administration (open enrollment,qualifying events) PeopleLink employee support Education Assistance and Tuition Concession LEAVE OF ABSENCE LEAVE OF ABSENCE FMLA (continuous and intermittent) Non-FMLA Personal and Military Leave ADA Accomodations PAYROLL PAYROLL Pre-noting direct deposit accounts to prevent live checks Strategic planning for mergers and acquisitions Monthly to biweekly coversion October 1st Employee Assistance Program Employee Assistance Program HRIS HRIS Vendor Management Vendor Management OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE Operational Excellence Project Management So many projects, so litte time Bullet point bullet point We can help you by XYZ Process Improvement Employee Engagement EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT PEOPLELINK@ WAKEHEALTH.EDU 716-5555

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