Global Health and Medical Insurance Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

WiseGuyReports has added new market study to its database, titled “2019 Global and Regional Health and Medical Insurance Market Research Report Forecast 2025”.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, May 24, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Report Description:
Health insurance is a means for financing a person’s health care expenses. While the majority of people have private health insurance, primarily through an employer, many others obtain coverage through programs offered by the government. Other individuals do not have health insurance at all.

In 2018, the global Health and Medical Insurance market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on the global Health and Medical Insurance status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Health and Medical Insurance development in United States, Europe and China.

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The key players covered in this study
Anthem
UnitedHealth Group
DKV
BUPA
Kaiser Permanente
Aetna Inc
PICC
PingAn
Kunlun

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Single/Individual Health Insurance Products
Group Health Insurance Products

Market segment by Application, split into
Short-term Health Insurance
Long-term Health Insurance

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are:
To analyze global Health and Medical Insurance status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.
To present the Health and Medical Insurance development in United States, Europe and China.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.
To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

We also can offer customized report to fulfill special requirements of our clients. Regional and Countries report can be provided as well.

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview
2 Global Growth Trends
3 Market Share by Key Players
4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application
5 United States
6 Europe
7 China
8 Japan
9 Southeast Asia
10 India
11 Central & South America
12 International Players Profiles
13 Market Forecast 2019-2025
14 Analyst's Viewpoints/Conclusions
15 Appendix

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Powerfully Moving Healing Field® Flag Display Honors Brave 1st Responders at West Valley Centennial Park

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Field of Honor® & Healing Field® Flag Display Fundraiser Programs

Field of Honor® & Healing Field® Flag Display Fundraiser Programs

Remembering all the First Responders

420 U.S. flags providing the perfect back-drop for the Traveling Tunnel to Towers exhibit honoring the New York City Firefighters & First Responders

If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.”

— Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl

WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In the tradition of its eighteen-year legacy of remembering and honoring the victims of 9.11 the Utah Healing Field®, provided by the Colonial Flag Foundation proudly posts 420 United States flags providing the perfect back-drop for the Traveling Tunnel to Towers exhibit honoring the New York City Firefighters and First Responders parked on display at West Valley Centennial Park. Both foundations trace their origin to honoring the innocent victims of terrorism and heroes who died working to save them, September 11, 2001.

Posted in solemn uniform rows and columns at the West Valley City Healing Field® display stands one flag for one heroic life lost running into burning buildings to rescue World Trade Center workers and visitors. Each flag has a name and tells a story of unconditional valor, that each will always be remembered and that their sacrifice not be in vain.
This is the essence of meaning for the Utah Healing Field® flag display which will post more than 3,000 flags on the Sandy City Promenade this coming September.

The impact and meaning of the Utah Healing Field® has grown and spread from coast to coast and beyond. Developed as the Programs of the Colonial Flag Foundation, Healing Field® and Field of Honor® flag displays are now posted in hundreds of communities all through out the year for various causes while honoring other heroes in uniform that are in service to protect us all.

This Memorial Day weekend in 28 cities across America nearly 18,000 United States flags will fly on one of 28 other Healing Field® and Field of Honor® flag displays honoring fallen military service men and women. Each flag carries a name and a story provided by a family member or loved one. All united on a grassy field with fellow comrades, awaiting visitors that wish to walk among them and find a place of honor, remembrance and gratitude.
This weekend is the perfect opportunity to honor and remember all those that wear a uniform in service and sacrifice for us all.

Visit the Healing Field® flag display along with the Tunnel to Towers exhibit at the West Valley City Centennial Park.
Located at= 5415 W 3100 S, West Valley City, UT 84120
From May 23rd thru May 29th, 2019

For more information about the Colonial Flag Foundation and it’s nation wide flag displays visit https://www.healingfield.org/

To learn how your organization can host an Healing Field or Field of Honor Flag Display visit https://www.healingfield.org/our-programs/#howitworks

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Haynes Plumbing Services Marks 25 Years of Outstanding Professional Work

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John Haynes of Haynes Plumbing

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You may think plumbing is all about rigid pipe, but the experts at Haynes Plumbing Services are keenly aware that a new technology called flexible PEX pipe.

LORTON, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Haynes Plumbing Services Offers Fully Licensed, Insured and Trusted Plumbing Expertise to Residential Customers

You may think plumbing is all about rigid pipe, but the experts at Haynes Plumbing Services are keenly aware that a new technology called flexible PEX pipe offers its residential customers a great many benefits, including durability, reliability, and cost-effectiveness.

Unlike more traditional piping solutions, PEX plumbing systems can be installed with any combination of Crimp, Clamp, Push-To-Connect, Expansion, and Expansion-With-Compression connections. According to Haynes Plumbing Services:

Crimp connections use a copper ring outside the pipe married to a special fitting inside the pipe. To make a connection, it’s easy to slide on the crimp ring and then insert the fitting. A specialized crimping tool then makes the connection in one easy operation, which is easily verified using a “go/no-go” gauge.

Clamp connections are similar, using a stainless-steel ring outside the pipe married to a different style of insert. However, clamp connections are easier to take apart if and when repairs become necessary.

After 25 years in the plumbing business, the experts at Haynes Plumbing Services know that durable, leak-proof PEX connections can’t be done without properly calibrated tools. Any error in calibration is almost certain to produce a leaky connection.

Push-To-Connect fittings use a simple stiffening sleeve that pushes into the pipe, after which the connecting pipe can be pushed onto the other end of the fitting. Although this system costs a little more, in many ways this is quickest, easiest method for building a PEX plumbing system. It requires no special tools, and these connections can be taken apart and used again, when necessary.

Because they can be removed and replaced with more permanent connections later on, Haynes Plumbing Services often uses Push-To-Connect PEX fittings for temporary or emergency repairs.

Any of these three kinds of PEX connections work well behind walls and buried in soil, although it’s important to wrap the connection in impermeable material to prevent corrosion after soil burial.

Expansion (or “cold expansion”) connections use a PEX expansion ring and a matching fitting. The expansion ring slides over the end of the pipe, leaving a short overlap on the end of the pipe. Then an expansion tool working within the end of the pipe temporarily stretches that overlap enough to accept the connection fitting. The expanded PEX pipe automatically shrinks to its original size, creating a water tight seal.

This more “professional” style of connection is the strongest, and allows for the largest flow through the pipe. It also eliminates any need for “go/no-go” gauges or carefully calibrated crimping and clamping tools. It’s easy to see at a glance whether the expansion connection is a good one.

Expansion With Compression connections combine the expansion idea with the compression idea, utilizing a metal compression sleeve outside the pipe and a fitting on the inside. A special tool for this connection is built with both an expansion head and compression jaws. But because this connection involves a two-step process, the work can take a little longer to do, particularly in tight spaces where manipulating the tool can be tricky.

These two methods also produce the only PEX connections approved for burial in concrete.

In addition to PEX installations and repair, Haynes Plumbing Services handles any kind of plumbing or sewer work you may need, from fixing a leak to installing new fixtures, and more.

Haynes Plumbing Services is available to serve you throughout Virginia: Fairfax, Alexandria, Reston, Herndon, Vienna, and more.

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ITALIAN AMERICAN ONE VOICE COALITION LAUNCHES HERITAGE INITIATIVE WITH A NEW VIDEO SERIES – “The ONE VOICE Minute”

Andre DiMino is host of The ONE VOICE Minute Videos

Andre DiMino, Executive Board Member of IAOVC hosts The ONE VOICE Minute

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IAOVC highlights facts about the Italian American experience in America with “bite-sized” video feature on events in US history starting with Memorial Day.

Italian Americans have contributed so much to this country throughout history, it is great to be able to celebrate these facts with these videos”

— Andre DiMino

BLOOMFIELD, NEW JERSEY, USA, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Italian American ONE VOICE Coalition (“ONE VOICE”), America’s largest independent Italian American anti-bias organization, has launched a new initiative to bring interesting facts about the Italian American experience in America with a concise, interesting and fact-filled video. Dubbed “The ONE VOICE Minute” the debut edition released today concerns Memorial Day.

Memorial Day is a day when we pause and remember all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom in the USA. Many may not realize that the history of Italian Americans giving their all for this country goes all the way back to the Revolutionary War, where Italians, soon to become Italian Americans, fought side-by-side with our nation’s first heroes. This and other facts about the Italian American connection to Memorial Day are featured in this first edition of The ONE VOICE Minute.

“This is a great way for us to feature important facts and information about Italian Americans that may not be widely known,” stated Dr. Manny Alfano, Founder and President of IAOVC. “I am very pleased that we are launching The ONE VOICE Minute series and I hope many people will watch and learn something from these videos, starting with Memorial Day.”

The videos, written and produced by Frank Cipolla, are hosted by Andre’ DiMino, Executive Board Member of IAOVC, who has regularly appeared on TV and radio interviews representing ONE VOICE in its efforts at fighting stereotyping and denigration of Italian Americans, most recently in opposing the elimination of Columbus Day.

“Italian Americans have contributed so much to this country throughout history, it is great to be able to celebrate these facts with these videos,” stated DiMino.

The ONE VOICE Minute is at YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULlOcQHy9Kw

ONE VOICE is different from all other Italian American groups in that its sole focus and objective is to educate and fight bias, stereotyping and discrimination against Italian Americans.

ONE VOICE issues a regular email newsletter, “The Alfano Digest,” to more than 5,000 individuals and Italian American organizations nationwide. Written and compiled by Dr. Manny Alfano, Founder and President of ONE VOICE, the Digest issues alerts on instances of bias, stereotyping, discrimination and defamation and activates the ONE VOICE nationwide network of “Defenders” who respond through calls, emails, faxes, letters and demonstrations where necessary. The Digest also contains informative Italian American cultural and heritage information. To receive the Digest, email Dr. Alfano – mannyalfano@comcast.net.

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Twenty-eight Flag Display Events Will Fly 17,337 U.S. Flags this Memorial Day to Honor Our Veterans

Join with Colonial Flag Foundation in Honoring Our Veterans this Memorial Day

Benefiting Charity - Operation Ramp It Up for Veterans - via the VA Foundation

Hosted by: The Arlington Memorial Gardens

Benefiting Charity - Project Healing Water Fly Fishing & Pets for Vets

Hosted by: The City Of Eagle Idaho

Benefiting Charity - Building Veterans

Hosted by: Knights of Columbus

Benefiting Charity -Archdiocese for Military Services, USA

Hosted by: St Patrick School

Not just a day for "Gigantic Mattress Sales," but a day to revive the meaning of Memorial Day with the display of 17,337 U.S. Flags in 28 U.S. cities & town.

It is foolish and wrong to morn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived.”

— General George S. Patton

UNITED STATES, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Colonial Flag Foundation Memorial Day Flag Displays

Visitors to Field of Honor® and Healing Field® flag displays experience a breathtaking view as numerous flags flutter in the wind. First-timers often find this affects them more than they expected. At the Colonial Flag Foundation headquarters, we hear repeated comments such as, “I thought it would be beautiful, but I had no idea how amazing the experience would be.”

Having visited many of our flag displays, we understand. Our problem, however, is that we are unable to visit all these amazing events. This Memorial Day, for example, 17,337 United States Flags will fly in 28 Field of Honor® and Healing Field® displays located in 13 states. Like proud parents of large families, we love each of our offspring and imagine that some may become tired of our constant bragging.
Nevertheless, we have a lot to brag about, and it is all true. As a matter of fact 20 of the 28 hosting organizations are bringing return events to their communities. As we talk with them we learn of their amazing accomplishments. Six have hosted events for more than ten years. These repeating events have also inspired 8 first-time displays to join with them.

This all recounts the impact that the flag displays have in drawing the community together to honor heroes who have earned respect and appreciation. We often note on event web pages that each flag tells a story, and we have learned the impact that the displayed flags have for families and sponsors.

There is, however, another benefit resulting from Field of Honor® and Healing Field® flag display events. The 28 events posting flags this Memorial Day will through their event raise money for 30 causes. The number 30 is important as it means that each of the 28 hosting organizations selected their own benefiting charity, and two events named two charities. It follows, then, that the proceeds from these events remain in the local communities to benefit local causes. Service clubs have programs that benefit numerous local programs. Other named charities benefit veterans, police, fire fighters and support numerous local causes. Last year alone, Colonial Flag Foundation events raised over a million dollars for charity.

We will visit as many flag display events as possible, but we can’t make it to all. Nevertheless, we encourage those who can visit a Field of Honor® or Healing Field® flag display to not miss the opportunity. The flag displays may be visited without cost. Each event is a gift to the local community made possible by the hard work and planning of host organizations and dedicated volunteers.

Find an event near you www.healingfield.org/schedule-of-events/

Please support these events through flag sponsorships and donations. Field of Honor® and Healing Field® flag displays return so much to their communities on so many levels. If there is one in your area, spread the word and bring your family & friends.

To learn more about Colonial Flag Foundation please visit our website at www.healingfield.org

Click here to learn how your organization can host an event

Stacy Rogers
Colonial Flag Foundation
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Author and illustrator line-up for the Family HQ at BookCon on June 1 and 2 in New York City

Children’s Book Council

Children’s book authors and illustrators will read or draw from their new books for kids and parents attending BookCon

NEW YORK, NY, USA, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Children’s Book Council is pleased to announce our author and illustrator line-up for the Family HQ at this year’s BookCon on June 1 and 2 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

Throughout the weekend, children’s book authors and illustrators will read or draw from their new books for kids and parents attending BookCon. Chairs and tables will be set up, along with drawing materials and paper.

Here is the line-up of 20 book creators who will be there to share their joy of children’s books!

Tickets for BookCon are still available. https://www.bookcon.com/tickets/

SATURDAY, JUNE 1

11:45 AM – 12:15 PM
Raakhee Mirchandani reads from her picture book, Super Satya Saves the Day (published by Bharat Babies).
Lesley Ware leads a design activity from their book, How to Be a Fashion Designer (published by DK).

1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
Kamilla Benko reads from Secret in the Stone, book two in a middle grade fantasy series (published by Bloomsbury).
Monica Wellington draws from the picture book, Dear Ballerina (published by Holiday House).

2:15 PM – 3:00 PM
David Biedrzycki draws from his unreleased picture book, SumoKitty (published by Charlesbridge).
Novel Effect will demonstrate their voice activated storytelling app.

3:15 PM – 4:00 PM
Jen Calonita reads from her latest middle grade novel, Misfits (published by Sourcebooks).
Jamie Mae reads from Isle of Misfits #3: Prank Wars, a middle grade novel (published by Little Bee Books).

4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Michael Genhart reads from the picture book he wrote, Rainbow: A First Book of Pride (published by Magination Press).
Pamela Behrend draws from their picture book, The Survivor Tree (published by The Roadrunner Press).

4:45 PM – 5:30 PM
Matt Loux draws from his graphic novel, The Time Museum (published by First Second Books).
Shira Erlichman reads from their picture book, Be/Hold: A Friendship Book (published by Penny Candy Books).

SUNDAY, JUNE 2

2:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Cortney Powell reads from her graphic novel, Melowy #3: Time to Fly (published by Papercutz).
Children’s Book Council staff leads a comic strip making activity.

3:15 PM – 4:00 PM
Yevgenia Nayberg draws from her picture book, Martin & Anne, the Kindred Spirits of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank (published by Creston Books).
Nathan Levy reads from their latest nonfiction book, 101 Things Everyone Should Know about Science (published by Science Naturally).

4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Jessica Boehman draws from their picture book, The Lions at Night (published by The Roadrunner Press).
Graphic novel collaborators Art Baltazar (Gillbert published by Papercutz) and Franco (Tiny Titans) read their comics and talk about working as a visual storytelling team.

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Over 3 Million U.S. Children on Psychiatric ADHD Drugs

Since 2013, there have been more than 19,000 reports of complications from ADHD drugs, most of which are stimulants made to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/MedPage Today analysis.

Mental Health Watchdog, CCHR, hosts an educational talk for parents on the dangers associated with ADHD drugs.

Parents are not being told the dangers associated with psychiatric drugs and as a result they may too easily give permission and regret it much later.”

— Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Alarmed at the significant number of children prescribed psychiatric drugs, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the protection of children, will host a seminar for parents on Wednesday the 29 of May about psychostimulants, the dangerous side effects of these drugs and the potential for drug addiction. Jason Good, the public executive of a successful drug rehabilitation center, will deliver the seminar. He will speak on how being labeled with ADHD as a child led to his illegal street drug use and narcotics addiction at the age of 15. The seminar will be held at the headquarters for CCHR Florida in downtown Clearwater.

“Parents are not being told the dangers associated with these drugs,” said Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida. “Lacking information, they may too easily give permission and regret it much later.” Ms. Stein further elaborated that in the US today, approximately 7.2 million children between the ages of 0 to 17 are prescribed psychiatric drugs, and almost half have been labeled with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This labeling represents a billing code that has come under increasing criticism for diagnosing normal childhood behavior as a “mental disorder”.

The psychostimulant, methylphenidate, also known as Ritalin, is one of the drugs prescribed to children who have been labeled as ADHD and comes with such side effects as nervousness, agitation, anxiety as well as psychosis. [1] Methylphenidate is a Schedule II drug, which means the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) classifies it as having a high potential for abuse. At the same time, the DEA warns that methylphenidate produces many of the same effects as cocaine and that psychotic episodes and severe psychological addiction have been associated with its use. [2]

To learn more or to reserve seats at the May 29th seminar, please call 727-442-8820.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit www.cchrflorida.org

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[1] https://www.rxlist.com/ritalin-side-effects-drug-center.htm

[2] https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cchr-alerts-parents-about-new-federal-statistics-showing-rates-of-youth-overdose-deaths-on-adhd-stimulants-and-benzodiazepines-are-greater-than-on-cocaine-300507566.html

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MONTCLAIR STATE PRSSA CHAPTER RAISES $7,000 FOR AUTISM NEW JERSEY

Sierra Boggess (left), Rebecca Luker (center), and Heather Botts Headlined the Montclair PRSSA 7th Benefit for Autism NJ

Sierra Boggess (left), Rebecca Luker (center), and Heather Botts Headlined the Montclair PRSSA 7th Benefit for Autism NJ

From the left, Montclair student Gabi Bartnik, Autism NJ; Jessica Barkosky, Director of Communication and Marketing; Suzanne Buchanan, Executive Director; MSU student Ally DeForge and PRSSA faculty adviser Larry Weiner

From the left, Montclair student Gabi Bartnik, Autism NJ; Jessica Barkosky, Director of Communication and Marketing; Suzanne Buchanan, Executive Director; MSU student Ally DeForge and PRSSA faculty adviser Larry Weiner

This Year's Fundraiser Brings Total Raised for Autism NJ to Nearly $40,000 in total

It was amazing to see Broadway stars who I’ve seen in shows on my own campus, advocating and performing for a cause that is very near and dear to my heart,”

— Rebecca Erdelyi

MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Monday April 22, the Montclair State University School of Communication and Media Public Relations Student Society of America raised $7,000 for Autism New Jersey during its 7th annual “Broadway’s Best” benefit concert. This year’s stellar lineup included three-time Tony nominee Rebecca Luker, Broadway royalty Sierra Boggess, and up-and-comer and “My Fair Lady” Laura Benanti understudy, Heather Botts. The three powerhouse women performed fan favorites from their careers, as well as covers of popular Broadway songs.
The event was cohosted by Montclair State students Ally DeForge and Gabi Bartnik, who were among the many PRSSA students who made the night possible.
“As a member of PRSSA, I was able to help in planning and getting the schedule ready for the day,” DeForge said. “All of the members were super involved in planning and prepping for the event. We had amazing direction from our E-Board, and they helped us to know exactly where we needed to be and what we needed to do to make sure the event was a success.”
Also joining the lineup for the third year was the Paper Mill Playhouse Show Choir. The group is comprised of 67 high school students from across New Jersey who are passionate about musical theatre. The group performed a medley of songs from the hit film “The Greatest Showman,” as well as fan-favorites from popular Broadway shows including “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Hamilton.” Montclair State’s very own Freshmen Revue also let their voices shine with beautiful harmonies and top-notch solos.
Another highlight of the night was William Paterson graduate Jonathan Weiner performing Robert Starer’s work “Colors” on the piano. Weiner also took the stage later in the night to preview his upcoming virtual reality film and documentary “Chocolate Milk,” which he is creating alongside MSU School of Communication and Media professor Sonja Bozic.
MSU alum Robert Getz also screened his short film “Origins of Heroes,” which connects his experience with Asperger’s to the experiences of popular superheroes.
The night concluded with Boggess’ stunning version of “Think of Me” from “Phantom of the Opera.”
“It was amazing to see Broadway stars who I’ve seen in shows on my own campus, advocating and performing for a cause that is very near and dear to my heart,” said Montclair State Graduate Student Rebecca Erdelyi. “It was a really wonderful experience.”
In addition, among the items raffled off was a specially autographed for the event package of CDs/DVDs and some autographed photos from Audra McDonald.

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Corporate Universities are Changing Business, Explained by William T. Sugg

William T. Sugg of Valley County Health Systems promotes internal education programs, which are beneficial for both the organization and its employees.

PORTLAND, TENNESSEE, USA, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Corporate universities first appeared in the mid-20th century as a response to rapidly changing business environments. Although many new employees receive a college education or formal training, it’s often times not enough preparation for a role in a high-level corporation. As the need for specialization and product development grows, so does the need for a new approach to corporate education.

With more than 25 years of business experience, William T. Sugg, founder of a 501c (3) Healthcare Foundation and a Corporate University, explains why internal education is key to a healthy, successful company.

Value to the Organization

An internal corporate university has curriculum that pertains to the organization specifically. Investing in employees has been shown to drive performance and results, as each person is fully equipped for the job at hand. William T. Sugg of Valley County Health Systems suggests that corporate universities also aid in the hiring process by opening the door to candidates who have the right attitude and energy, but perhaps not the experience that would normally be required. Reinforcing a positive and consistent work culture across all departments in the organization is a huge advantage to corporations.

Impact on Employees

A corporate university encourages individual growth, where employees can develop skills relevant to their career goals. William T. Sugg of Valley County Health Systems has seen how open discussion fosters development and innovation, and allows employees to connect with peers. When the program is complete, employees are more prepared and more confident at work. Corporate universities also create an increase in employee retention rate, as team members have more opportunities to grow within their roles and at the company.

Strategic Planning and Education

New research suggests that corporate universities can play a huge role in planning for the future. William T. Sugg of Valley County h=Health Systems explains that it’s a great opportunity to discuss the overall vision for a company, and set multi-year goals for teams. It can help employees understand how their projects tie together and make a difference in the organization. Presenting critical information in a condensed and easy to understand format saves time, and puts everyone on the same page with a shared vision.

About William T. Sugg

Throughout his management career, William T. Sugg of Valley County Health Systems, also known as Bill, has worked through almost every major crisis possible in a hospital setting, including deadly tornadoes, floods, fires, scandals and rebuilding the 17th most beautiful hospital in the United States. He is a politically astute healthcare executive with more than 25 years of experience. His leadership style is approachable, transparent, and people centered. William T. Sugg believes in a strong teamwork culture that promotes respect, trust, commitment, and dedication to goals and values.

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Fertility Road and TwoDads.U.K. Announce New Union – “We’re just parents, parenting”

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Fertility Road and TwoDads.U.K launch new partnership which is designed to show that Same-Sex parenting is just the ‘same’ as the ‘traditional’ family structure

“TwoDads.U.K are excited to be writing for Fertility Road as we are passionate advocates for UK Surrogacy and the UK fertility industry.”

— Michael Johnson-Ellis from TwoDads.U.K

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, May 23, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fertility Road and TwoDads.U.K have launched a new partnership which is designed to show that Same-Sex parenting is just the ‘same’ as the ‘traditional’ family structure. The message is clear – parents are ultimately parents, whatever the gender mix, pure and simple.

The partnership brings together two of the leaders in their respective fields and will focus on events and initiatives which will promote and normalise modern, alternative family structures.

The Fertility Road magazine is the longest running consumer fertility title aimed at couples and individuals who are in need of professional advice and information around fertility. Published Bi-monthly it attracts a world-wide readership and its contributors include leading international fertility influencers, nutritional, fitness and wellbeing experts.

Michael and Wes are the ‘two dads’, parents to Talulah, born in October 2016 soon to be joined by a baby brother in August 2019. They set up TwoDads.U.K. to share their positive experience of surrogacy and to help, inform and encourage other same-sex couples who were considering parenting. The movement is lobbying and campaigning to create an environment for surrogacy reform, acceptance of the equal rights of intended fathers and wider understanding of issues affecting same-sex parents.

This exciting new partnership will, over the coming months use their well-established online presence to roll out a number of educational initiatives including events sharing information for dads on how to navigate and successfully create a family via surrogacy in the UK. Michael and Wes will also be contributing regularly to the Fertility Road magazine, sharing articles which promote equality around parenting.

Tone Jarvis-Mack, Operations Director at Fertility Road describes how the new partnership represents a great step forward for intended fathers;

“As partners Fertility Road and TwoDads.U.K will use their global presence and influence to reshape the way society views and treats same-sex parents and begin to accept that different family structures are not only acceptable but create a healthy environment which positively affects child development”

Michael Johnson-Ellis from TwoDads.U.K is equally enthusiastic about the union which was launched in the current edition of Fertility Road;

“TwoDads.U.K are excited to be writing for Fertility Road as we are passionate advocates for UK Surrogacy and the UK fertility industry. We feel that the magazine services clinics and intended parents perfectly, and new collaboration demonstrates that Fertility Road is diverse and willing to represent modern families like ours. This is a perfect match”

Fertility Road is a bi-monthly magazine available for anyone looking to start or grow their family. Established in 2009 it has become the longest running consumer fertility magazine and its ever growing print and digital readership delivers the latest news, advice and guidance for anyone trying to conceive.

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TwoDads UK Fertility Journey


Source: EIN Presswire