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Jonathan Stanley, Communications Director for Vanguard Communications will discuss the latest Survey and research they found  for this latest Survey.

According to research by Vanguard Communications, a national healthcare marketing and practice management consulting firm, patients are much more likely to both publicly laud and lambaste their experience with physicians when compared to restaurants and hotels. The data suggests that people’s experiences with doctors are distinctly polarizing, while their expectations of restaurants and hotels are more nuanced. It becomes clear that the polarizing effects of a disappointing patient experience are more dangerous to physicians and their medical practices than to other businesses.

It becomes clear that the polarizing effects of a disappointing patient experience are more dangerous to physicians and their medical practices than to other businesses.

Vanguard Communications & Healthcare Process Improvement is a Denver-based firm specialized in the integration of digital marketing and patient education and communications, along with medical practice operational analysis and process improvement. Founded in 1994, Vanguard serves clients coast to coast in small to large private and academic medical practices.

 

Our next guest is Dr. Megan Roche, Athlete and Author will discuss  the Annual Year in Sports Data Revealing New Insights on How and Why People Exercise In the U.S. and around the Globe. December 11, Strava released its annual Year In Sport data report, revealing new insights about 48 million athletes in 195 countries worldwide. Strava is a world’s largest sports participation platform and the report is a unique opportunity to learn about how and why people exercise on an unparalleled scale. Dr. Megan Roche received her medical degree from Stanford University in 2018. She is completing a PhD in Epidemiology and Population Health at Stanford with a clinical research focus on bone health in athletes and genetic predictors of sports injury. In addition, Megan is a running expert for Strava. Megan is a professional mountain, ultra, and trail runner for Hoka One One, a five-time national trail running champion, a North American Mountain Running Champion, and a six-time member of Team USA. She is a co-author of the book “The Happy Runner” and a co-founder of Some Work All Play, a coaching group centered around finding long-term fulfillment in the process of running.

 

Sharon Miller, Small Business Bank of AmericaSharon Miller, Head of Small Business, Bank of America, will discuss: SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS OPTIMISTIC AND PLANNING FOR GROWTH IN 2020 and the Changes in U.S. Trade Policies Increasingly Impacting Entrepreneurs

According to a new Bank of America study exploring the concerns, aspirations and perspectives of more than 1,000 small business owners (SBOs) across the country, U.S. business owners are entering the new decade on a high note, with 82% anticipating year-over-year revenue growth as they close out 2019. Entrepreneurs are confident about their business prospects, with expansion plans, revenue projections and intent to hire remaining strong and steady from last fall.

For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/

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Fairfax May 21, 2019

Our first guest is- He discusses the subject mealtime – Don’t make mealtime take over your entire day. Make your kitchen work for you instead of the other way around. Imagine what you can do with all of your extra time! Chef George Duran introduces us to a new way of cooking that’s time-saving, delicious and inspiring. Our favorite dishes prepared in less time – put protein, veggies, and starch in the oven all at once Foods that are enhanced with this new technology – the oven can actually sear
Chef Duran explains how this new oven challenges the maker in all of us to create
Yes, it cooks faster but just as importantly it cooks differently. It’s a revolution in cooking. For more information go to https://gma.yahoo.com/video/super-bowl-cooking-super-chefs-130246219.html

 

 

Our next guest is Allison Green, Director of Cause Marketing and Workplace Giving at Habitat for Humanity International. The topic today is Home is the Key to a Better Future.Habitat for Humanity Joining At Home to Raise Funds for Affordable Housing throughout April.  Habitat for Humanity’s Director of Cause Marketing and Workplace Giving Allison Green and “At Home”.

 

 

 

 

The winter woes have made way for spring stresses- Will I get fit in time for swimsuit season? Will my allergies keep me from enjoying the warm weather activities with family & friends? Are the latest trends in healthy living worth trying or just fleeting fads?As the days get longer, our desire to fit more into an already-packed 24 hours increases. Not to worry- Registered Dietician Lyssa Weiss is here with tips to settle our minds, inspire new wellness goals and spruce up our spring habits without breaking a sweat.

 

Our next guest Elizabeth Romero, Bank of America Small Business Executive will discuss a recent survey they did with more than 300 Hispanic entrepreneurs across the country to better understand their aspirations, concerns and perspectives. The results, released as the third annual Bank of America Hispanic Small Business Owner (SBO) Spotlight, found the majority of Hispanic entrepreneurs are planning for increased revenue, growth, hiring and expansion in the year ahead — eclipsing their non-Hispanic counterparts by double-digits on all indicators. The survey also found that as business owners compete amid a tight labor market, it’s created an especially difficult environment for Hispanic entrepreneurs to attract and retain talent. For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/

 

 

Linda DeCarlo, USPS, Manager of Safety she will discuss (Dog attacks) why they are a nationwide issue and not just a postal problem. The Postal Service is driving home the message that dog bites are a national problem and education can help resolve the issue. While the number of postal employees attacked by dogs nationwide reached 5,714 in 2018, the encouraging news is that it’s more than 500 fewer than in 2017. Despite the drop-in attacks, it is still a big problem. Today, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is showcasing technology that not only alerts mail carriers of potential attacks, but also alerts customers when the carrier may be coming so they can secure their dogs. It will also release its annual list of cities where the most dog attacks were recorded. The organization also highlights safety initiatives to help protect its employees and offers tips to pet owners. As the U.S. Postal Service’s Manager of Safety & OSHA Compliance Programs, Linda DeCarlo is responsible for developing and implementing nationwide safety and ergonomics programs. To spread the word on social media, use word the hashtag #preventdogbites.

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Our first guest Elizabeth Romero, Bank of America Small Business Executive will discuss a recent survey they did with more than 300 Hispanic entrepreneurs across the country to better understand their aspirations, concerns and perspectives. The results, released as the third annual Bank of America Hispanic Small Business Owner (SBO) Spotlight, found the majority of Hispanic entrepreneurs are planning for increased revenue, growth, hiring and expansion in the year ahead — eclipsing their non-Hispanic counterparts by double-digits on all indicators. The survey also found that as business owners compete amid a tight labor market, it’s created an especially difficult environment for Hispanic entrepreneurs to attract and retain talent. For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/

 

 

Linda DeCarlo, USPS, Manager of Safety she will discuss (Dog attacks) why they are a nationwide issue and not just a postal problem. The Postal Service is driving home the message that dog bites are a national problem and education can help resolve the issue. While the number of postal employees attacked by dogs nationwide reached 5,714 in 2018, the encouraging news is that it’s more than 500 fewer than in 2017. Despite the drop-in attacks, it is still a big problem. Today, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is showcasing technology that not only alerts mail carriers of potential attacks, but also alerts customers when the carrier may be coming so they can secure their dogs. It will also release its annual list of cities where the most dog attacks were recorded. The organization also highlights safety initiatives to help protect its employees and offers tips to pet owners. As the U.S. Postal Service’s Manager of Safety & OSHA Compliance Programs, Linda DeCarlo is responsible for developing and implementing nationwide safety and ergonomics programs. To spread the word on social media, use word the hashtag #preventdogbites.

 

Our last guest is Lauren Goody – Head of Global Industry Marketing and Partnerships, Nest (a Google brand) will discuss the Home is the Key Campaign and how Nest will engage their customers to raise funds for Habitat. Did you know that nearly 19 million U.S. households spend more than half of their paychecks on housing costs, creating a burden that often requires families to make difficult choices between their housing, healthcare, education and transportation. Habitat for Humanity is doing something about it with the support of five major brand partners, including Nest that will be raising awareness and funds for affordable housing through the third annual Home is the Key campaign during the month of April. For more information please visit: habitat.org/homeisthekey

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