Ametros welcomes Nicole Chappelle as Vice President of Settlement Solutions, leading the professional administrator’s strategy for comprehensive and innovative settlement initiatives.
“Nicole’s strong background in workers’ compensation, working with insurers, third-party administrators and other stakeholders in the settlement process, makes her well qualified to support our clients and partners and guide injured individuals through the settlement process,” said Mark Doherty, Executive Vice President of Sales.
Chappelle brings 28 years of experience to this newly created position, most recently as Claims Auditor Claims Central Audit for AmTrust Financial Services. She is a former Assistant Vice President for Gallagher Bassett and has served in litigation management, hearing representation, and claims supervision for several insurance companies. She started her career with Travelers Insurance.
Chappelle earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California in Santa Barbara and her expertise spans workers’ compensation statutes, regulations, and case law.
“Nicole brings a lot
Whil, a leading digital training platform for workplace mindfulness, stress resilience, sleep and mental & emotional wellbeing, announced that its award-winning solution is available to employers through CVS Health’s Point Solutions Management offering. Whil’s extensive micro-learning catalog of 250+ mini-courses and 3,000+ sessions, articles and exercises is available to CVS Health’s pharmacy benefits management clients and their members as part of Point Solutions Management.
“Employers and other plan sponsors are increasingly looking for innovative tools to help people manage their mental health, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Sree Chaguturu, MD, Chief Medical Officer at CVS Caremark, the pharmacy benefits management (PBM) business of CVS Health. “Whil’s commitment to clinical evaluation and research aligns with our focus on helping our clients include clinically effective digital point solutions as part of their benefits packages.”
Point Solutions Management from CVS Health is a full-service offering that can help plan sponsors
Program will leverage Ion Torrent Genexus System* and Oncomine Precision Assay* to advance precision medicine for lung cancer in Asia
CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LC-SCRUM-Asia, a leading cancer genomic screening program, has selected Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Ion Torrent Genexus System* and Oncomine Precision Assay*, a pan-cancer panel, to advance precision medicine in Asia. The next-generation sequencing (NGS) solutions will be used in two prospective, observational projects to support the development of future therapeutics and diagnostics for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
The Lung Cancer Genomic Screening Project for Individualized Medicine in Asia aims to overcome challenges in establishing precision medicine for patients with NSCLC through large-scale genetic screening and monitoring. The Lung Cancer Genomic Screening Project for Individualized Medicine – Molecular Testing for Resistant Tumors to Systemic Therapy (LC-SCRUM-TRY), newly launched on September 28, is designed to examine drug resistance in NSCLC.
Global Organoids Market: An Overview
The global organoids Market is a fragmented landscape with several new players driving intense competition and rising investment in innovation. Recent advancements in Big Data, and technologies like 3D printing have opened up new skies of growth for innovation.
Organoids is a simplified and compact version of organs which depicts micro-anatomy realistically. These are usually made up of stem cells, tissues, or pluripotent stem cells. These can organize themselves in three-dimensions, which is key to its realistic representation of organism.
In 2013, the scientific community named the development in organoids as one of the biggest scientific achievement in recent times. This is not surprising as understanding real-movements of organs allows scientists to study various abnormal as well as healthy behaviour in cells, and test new drugs to bring forth solutions to challenges such as Alzheimer’s disease which are yet to be completely understood. Technologies like
Dentists rightfully see themselves first and foremost as professionals performing an important public service: promoting positive dental health for the communities in which they serve. What they are not traditionally as good at is marketing themselves effectively. The reasons for this are many: some dentists resist marketing because it somehow seems out of step with the Hippocratic oath. Others support the idea of stepping up their marketing activities in principle but just aren’t sure how or where to start.
The bottom line is that marketing in and of itself is not antithetical to what it means to be a responsible doctor. In fact, if you believe in the value of your services, you could say that you owe it to yourself, your staff, your family and your community to more effectively get the word out about your services through effective dental marketing solutions.
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Time and time again there is a solution to every problem, challenge, obstacle or anything else that may cause us to fret. Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8. The Affordable Care Act never stated insurer had to do away with the underwriting process. Several elements to sell plans were implemented to conform and to be compliant with the law which included: essential health benefits which are all necessary; with the exception of pediatric dental and vision coverage, especially for someone who does not have minor children in their custody.
The other element is the fact that carriers could no longer deny coverage to consumers who has more than enough health related conditions with exorbitant premiums, terms in the insurance world “rated” because of preexisting conditions.
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