Cindy Falter takes her spot at a large rectangular table with a half-dozen other people at the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southwest Washington.Two women hold dogs on their laps. A couple of men sip on water bottles, and everyone has a name sign in front of them. The weekly group Falter leads, along with John McDonald, is called Connection and is a mental health support group that focuses on connecting with each other, checking in with each other and sharing resources.They start by running through the group guidelines, and then move to the 12 principles of support, each person reading a principle before finally settling on the final principle. They read it together, aloud:“We’ll never give up hope.”Falter, a 63-year-old Vancouver resident, can connect with that mantra, as she’s not only coping with her mental illnesses, but thriving as a peer support counselor, and a Social Security benefit adviser with NAMI. Falter’s journey to her present life was fraught with setbacks, including about eight suicide attempts that stem from her struggles with bipolar disorder and depression, and the manic swings that have accompanied those diseases.In 1984, Falter was diagnosed with depression. She was in the midst of taking care of her mother, who had suffered a stroke. At the time the diagnosis made it look like she was just depressed because of the situation around her. In 1988 her mother died, after Falter had taken care of her for 12 years. That exacerbated Falter’s depression.
Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has insisted that Robert Lewandowski is going nowhere and that he is 100% certain of thatThe Polish international has been strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid for the start of next season and is reportedly keen on the move, in a bid to win that elusive Champions League title.But Rummenigge has denied that any such move move is on the table and has made a bet that Lewandowski will remain at the Allianz Arena for next season to express his confidence on the matter.Asked about the Robert Lewandowski speculation, Rummenigge tells kicker “It’s well known that I like to make a bet every now and again. I’ll take the bet that Robert is 100% playing for Bayern Munich next season.” https://t.co/kMr9bGlb0wReport: Bayern are held by Leipzig George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Bayern Munich was held to another draw, this time by RB Leipzig.Bayern Munich finds themselves in the unfamiliar position of sitting third in the…— Mark Lovell (@LovellLowdown) 25 March 2018Lewandowski has been strongly linked with a move to the Spanish capital for the past few seasons after a strong spell at Bayern, which has seen the 29 year-old score an impressive 32 goals in 37 appearances this season.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has revealed his delight at his team’s fast start to the game against Liverpool last weekend.One criticism leveled at the Gunners of late has been their slow start to football games and, since that was addressed during the club’s 2-2 draw against Jurgen Klopp’s side and Emery wants that to continue this weekend and beyond.“Against Liverpool I think we had more in the 90 minutes of the game,” he said, according to BT Sport.“Our idea is to repeat matches with this pace over 90 minutes. It’s not easy because other teams have their moments in the matches. But our idea is to continue improving this.”Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“It is about the progress in the team. The progress is about continuing to create confidence and creating also tactically different ways to improve.”“The first thing we must do to improve is to continue with our way, with our positioning and our aggressiveness, with the ball and without the ball, and then taking confidence to do these things better every match.”“The confidence can come, firstly, from winning matches and then also from when you feel it on the pitch you have a capacity to battle against teams with the potential of (a team like) Liverpool.”
The Spanish right-back did not have much playing time while on loan with the Lega Serie A team and he decided he had to move away from MilanSpanish defender Martin Montoya started his professional career with Barcelona B back in 2009.He moved two years later to the first squad and in 2015 he was loaned for six months to Italian Lega Serie A team Internazionale Milan.But while playing with the Nerazzurri, he just appeared in three matches before deciding to been loaned out to Real Betis in the Spanish La Liga.Report: Inter go top with win over Udinese George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Inter Milan are top of Serie A after beating Udinese to make it three wins out of three.Antonio Conte’s career at Inter Milan, could…“I was only at Inter for six months but I was very happy,” Montoya was quoted by Football Italia.“I settled immediately, I learned the language in two months. I got on perfectly with my teammates, but unfortunately, if a player doesn’t play – and I played very little – in the end, you want to leave.”“I couldn’t stay there, even if I was very happy. I really liked the city, but I wanted to play more,” he added.
If you see a flurry of activity on the Columbia River near Kalama today, there’s no reason to be alarmed: The Washington Department of Ecology is testing how several state-regulated companies would respond to an actual oil spill.Recovery vessels will deploy oil boom barriers and tracking buoys in an attempt to contain and corral flowing crude. Real oil will not be used during the exercise.The drill is being conducted by the Marine Spill Response Corp., a private, non-profit contractor that works with 20 companies in Washington. Drill participants include Harley Marine Services Inc. of Seattle and oil shipping companies Polar Tankers Inc., SeaRiver Maritime Inc., and Alaska Tanker Co.Shifting sediments make navigating the Columbia River complicated, and retrieving spilled materials difficult. Oil tankers, fuel barges and large cargo vessels make more than 2,300 transits a year in the river.The oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico is more than 70 days old with no firm end in sight.
News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more References1. Sinsky C., et al. “Allocation of physician time in ambulatory practice: a time and motion study in 4 specialties.” Annals of internal medicine 165.11 (2016): 753-760.2. http://www.massmed.org/News-and-Publications/MMS-News-Releases/Physician-Burnout-Report-2018/; https://www.medscape.com/slideshow/2019-lifestyle-burnout-depression-60110563. https://www.mercatus.org/publications/federal-fiscal-policy/costs-national-single-payer-healthcare-system FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more June 11, 2019 — Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Seema Verma addressed the American Medical Association (AMA) Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates, which ran June 8-12 in Chicago. In her remarks, Verma addressed current efforts by the Trump Administration to enact healthcare reform. The following is a transcript of her remarks:On my way here, I was reminded of a famous speech Teddy Roosevelt gave in Chicago. It was 50 pages long…and he had it folded in half in his breast pocket. On his way to the event, someone took a shot at him and he was wounded. The doctors later determined that the speech had significantly slowed the bullet — and essentially saved his life. That must be the first and only time in history that a patient’s life was actually saved by paperwork.The United States healthcare system is in many ways the best in the world – we have centers of excellence that attract patients from around the globe, and we are the leading hub of private sector biomedical innovation.And because of that, we stand at the cusp of a new era in medicine that is opening exciting windows on prevention and new doors to treatment. Robotic surgeries, telehealth and artificial intelligence (AI) are leveraging technology to help us improve outcomes and expand access. Treatments are being designed for a patient’s unique genetic profile — and for the first time, we can even cure certain conditions by modifying a patient’s genetic code.But, while we have one of the best health systems in the world, we pay more than any other country. CMS actuaries predict that by 2026, we will spend one in every five dollars on healthcare.But despite our ever-increasing spending, we have more avoidable hospital admissions than any other developed country, and our quality outcomes are inconsistent. New challenges continue to emerge and others remain, from our higher rates of maternal mortality and chronic disease, to rural hospital closures. And 29 million Americans remain uninsured and there are growing numbers of underinsured individuals that are unable to afford rising deductibles and out-of-pocket costs. Much of what ails our system can be attributed to the underlying flaws in government policy that have contributed to rising costs.Many government policies intended to solve our nation’s healthcare problems are contributing to and in some cases exacerbating them. In fact, the last decade has seen a historic intrusion of government into the delivery and care and the practice of medicine. As physicians on the front lines, you are stuck in the middle of all of this. You witness firsthand the limitations and unintended consequences of well-intentioned government policies.A great example of this is that the paperwork required to comply with government regulations often pulls you away from the important work of patient care, driving administrative costs even higher. A study found that for every hour providers spend seeing patients, they spend nearly two additional hours on paperwork.1It should come as little surprise that physician burnout, or moral injury, is at an all-time high, and it is having reverberating effects throughout our entire healthcare system.2 It’s getting harder for physicians to finish their training, hang their shingle and deliver care to their communities. Faced with the growing complexity of government regulations, independent physicians are increasingly selling their practices to hospital systems, and new physicians are more often beginning their careers as employees of larger health systems. This consolidation has unfortunate implications for American healthcare. We have seen many examples of anti-competitive behavior by large systems, including efforts to thwart price transparency and use monopoly status to drive up prices. This is why CMS has been working toward site-neutral payments and other policies, like 340b to level the playing field for independent practices.Everything we do at CMS is aimed at ensuring that all Americans have access to high-quality, affordable healthcare. We are using our role as the nation’s largest insurer to address the underlying drivers of healthcare costs to ensure that we have a sustainable safety net for our most vulnerable, and to promote a competitive market that delivers choice, quality and accessibility to all Americans.CMS has over 16 initiatives driving toward this vision, from strengthening Medicaid and protecting Medicare, to tackling the high costs of prescription drugs, ensuring choice and affordability in the individual market, and developing innovative payment models to drive our system away from fee-for-service to a value-based one. Now I won’t go into all of them today, but I do want to specifically address a few that directly impact physicians.In 2017, following the leadership of President Trump’s “Cut the Red Tape” effort, we created the Patients over Paperwork initiative. It’s a historic effort that began with a nationwide listening tour and resulted in over 1,300 providers identifying outdated and unnecessary regulations that cause undue burden and lead to higher healthcare costs.CMS is working to untangle government regulations, and this effort that has already delivered results. Patients over Paperwork has yielded savings to all providers at an estimated 5.7 billion dollars — with a reduction of 40 million burden hours through 2021.We are not done and we’re working to develop new ways for your voice to be heard.As part of Patients over Paperwork, we are focusing on three government programs that have created major pain points for doctors — MACRA [Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act], E&M [evaluation and management] codes and interoperability.Let’s start with MACRA. It was a good thing that Congress finally repealed the SGR [Sustainable Growth Rate], but I wonder if the cure was worse than the disease.The program has laudable goals. When providers have responsibility for managing a budget and their reimbursement is tied to outcomes, they are incentivized to find innovative ways to keep people healthy and lower costs.But our progress toward a more value-based healthcare system has been too slow, and it’s left many providers on the sidelines. Today, only 10 percent of clinicians in Medicare are taking on significant levels of risk. To this end, CMS has spent the last year developing a new cadre of payment models and a strategy to increase provider participation.Recognizing that not every provider is comfortable taking full risk, we are offering new opportunities that ease providers into value-based agreements and deliver options that work for them. We are also providing a new level of regulatory flexibility, allowing more telehealth and reducing program integrity requirements as providers take on additional accountability. The new direct primary care models we just announced are an example of this. These models test making payments to practices through a simplified total monthly payment plus flat per visit fees. This allows clinicians to focus on caring for patients rather than tracking their revenue cycle.As we design models, we are deploying learning networks to help physicians succeed in a world of value-based payment and providing more data to clinicians about their patients, and we’re working with other payers to align our models because ideally, providers that are participating in models are doing so not only for their Medicare patients, but for all of their patients.And while we continue our work on developing value-based models, we recognize that the MIPS [Merit-based Incentive Payment System] program is the only option for many doctors. And to be frank, I myself have found MIPS to be very complex and difficult to understand, and we have been listening to your recommendations.We are working toward a new vision for MIPS, a more practical, simpler and cohesive program for every clinician — regardless of specialty or practice size. We want to create a program that allows physicians to pick a set of measures that clearly relates to your specialty or the type of patients that you see.We’re cutting measures that aren’t relevant or are difficult to report, and we’re focusing on measures that assess outcomes, not meaningless process measures.To make measures easier to report, we’re exploring new solutions that use artificial intelligence to pull clinical data directly from EHRs [electronic health records] for quality measurement. In an ideal world, doctors wouldn’t have to do much more than press a button, and the system would generate quality data.We also recognize that underlying government policy flaws that affect physician billing have had a negative impact on our healthcare system, which brings me to our work on E&M codes. Recognizing their importance and influence, we tackled E&M reform to reduce administrative burden and ensure that payments reflect the critical thinking involved in managing the care of complex patients.Last year, for the first time in 20 years, the Trump Administration undertook truly historic changes by proposing to simplify how doctors must document E&M visits for the purpose of billing Medicare.We received extensive feedback — over 10,000 comments on our proposed rule. We heard you loud and clear, and we realize that not everyone agreed with our approach. But our proposal was never intended to be the end of the discussion, but a beginning and a demonstration of our sincere commitment to reducing burden for physicians. AMA’s recent work to simplify the CPT [Current Procedural Terminology] code set has a major impact on the CMS changes that are scheduled to go into effect in 2021, and so we are working with the AMA and others on how we may further update and improve our policies to incorporate the CPT improvements into the overall E&M changes.But our work on E&M reform doesn’t end with reducing burden. The practice of medicine has greatly changed over time. Physicians must now spend time managing patients with multiple comorbidities while assessing genetic information, evaluating the social determinants of health and coordinating care.But as more procedural codes have been added, I’m concerned that the value placed on E&M has actually decreased, even though the complexity of managing patient care has increased. We need to be sure that we strike the right balance in how we pay physicians to ensure that we are rewarding doctors appropriately for the services they provide.E&M code values should reward the time all doctors are spending caring for complex patients. By considering the revaluation of E&M codes, we are investing in the critical thinking required during patient visits, and our reform efforts will impact how current and future doctors practice medicine.We appreciate the efforts of the AMA and the RUC [Relative Value Scale Update Committee] to revalue these codes, by surveying over 50 physician specialties. We’re reviewing all of the data, and I’m hopeful that our collaboration will get us across the finish line.We’re also focusing on the issue of electronic health records and data sharing, or interoperability within the health system. Here, government programs have created huge problems again. We’ve spent over $36 billion, forcing doctors to use systems that just weren’t built to facilitate high-quality, patient-centered care. And now you have to spend too much of your day looking at a screen, with your hands on a keyboard, instead of using that time and energy engaging with patients.Again, government policies are well intentioned. Electronic health data could have the power to transform healthcare, contributing to greater efficiency and providing data to spawn more evidence based treatment guidelines, research and new cures. Instead of just throwing money at the problem or trying to centrally plan the solution, our job is to make sure we have a free market, where records and health data follow a patient wherever they go and are theirs to share with providers across the health system.As a physician, your systems should allow you to track a patient’s medical history from birth throughout their life, bringing together information from each visit, as well as claims data and information created through wearable technology.This information should be readily available to you at the point of care — ensuring that you’re not repeating tests or treatments and you have the information you need to ensure safety and to use your clinical judgement as effectively as possible.Achieving true interoperability is critical to promoting greater efficiency, competition and innovation. And this administration is doubling down on efforts to make this a reality with our new interoperability rules.Our administration is laser-focused on supporting and partnering with physicians, to create programs and policies that will help you lower costs, improve quality and outcomes for your patients,But let’s look at the larger picture. Government policies have long set the standard in America’s healthcare system. Outdated government payment polices and central planning have stifled the competitive forces that bring down cost and improve quality.We all know our current system is not sustainable and because of it, many American’s can’t afford care and our existing safety net programs are already on shaky financial ground. Recent projections indicate that the Medicare’s Hospital Trust Fund is set to run out of money by 2026 and the Medicaid program is one of the largest budget items for every state, competing with roads and schools. Simply said, we can barely afford the programs we have. We all know that the approach we have taken for generations to fix what ails our healthcare system is to regulate its every sector, and that has failed. That’s why, as the head of the Medicare program, I’m deeply concerned about proposals for Medicare for All. Medicare for All would enlarge our existing program, threatening its promise of health and hope for America’s seniors, who have paid into it their entire lives. This is neither fair nor compassionate.Medicare for All would strip private health insurance from 180 million people, take away choices and force them into a one-size fits-all government program — with innumerable rules, regulations and rubrics. You have all experienced the harmful impact of well-meaning government policies on the practice of medicine.The impact of Medicare for All on physicians would be particularly detrimental. I know our system isn’t perfect, but it does afford you some ability to choose which payers you want to do business with, and what payment terms you’re willing to accept. Medicare for All would take away that choice.Further, we all know that Medicare payment rates are already much lower than private payer rates. And analyses of Medicare for All indicate it would lead to lower physician reimbursement, some showing reductions on the order of 40 percent.3 This could lead to major access problems for all Americans, as some doctors may choose not to participate.The cost of Medicare for All would be enormous, increasing taxes for all Americans. This cost growth could lead to rationing, as it has in other countries and would prevent physicians from accessing the therapies their patients need, because we all know government systems are slow to recognize and pay for new innovations in care, and that government bureaucracy leads to longer wait times.Others are proposing a “public plan” option, but this concept is also troublesome. A public plan is a government plan and it would rely on the same cost control levers as Medicare or Medicaid – cutting provider payment rates.By now, it should be clear that this administration is not in favor of preserving the status quo in our healthcare system. But our solution is to address the underlying drivers of healthcare costs, so that all Americans have access to high-quality care. We need a healthcare system that provides Americans with security and peace of mind; choice and control; affordability and convenience. And, let me be clear we are deeply committed to helping those who need it. But, while doing that, we must put the patient and their doctors in the driver’s seat to make decisions about their care, not the government. This administration stands committed to addressing these issues, including by ensuring that people with pre-existing conditions have the protections they need and all Americans have access to affordable, high-quality care.We believe market forces can most effectively address the underlying cost drivers in our healthcare system. Simply having the government take over healthcare and pay for everything won’t do that. We can only transform our healthcare system through a competitive free market — one that fosters and nurtures innovation, that promotes an environment where providers compete on the basis of cost and quality, and patients have choices and make decisions about their careWe absolutely need fundamental reforms. But doubling down on failing government interventions to enact a complete takeover of the healthcare system is not a solution and will threaten all that makes the American system the best in the world.Instead, I hope that you will work with us to improve our healthcare system to make it more efficient, competitive and innovative.I can think of few causes as worthy as what all of you do, each and every day, to help your patients enjoy longer lives…and better lives. And to those of you in the room, that go above and beyond your day-to-day responsibilities to help policy makers with your ideas and your thoughts, thank you. Doctors have a unique vantage point, and your participation in the public policy debate is crucial. Policy makers need to hear from you and your colleagues. CMS is committed to reducing provider burden to make the programs we have work more effectively and efficiently and to do everything we can to help you and future generations of doctors be able to practice medicine the way you intended when you started down this noble path.Click here to read a blog post by Verma expanding on her comments.For more information: www.cms.gov Related Content News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Radiology Business | June 11, 2019 The Current Direction of Healthcare Reform Explained by CMS Administrator Seema Verma Verma outlined Trump Administration Report efforts at the American Medical Association Annual Meeting of the House of Delegates Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. 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The Sunshine Coast capped a stellar year with the announcement of a 19 per cent increase in passenger numbers at Sunshine Coast Airport for December 2015.Total passenger movements for December were 87,097, and 508,808 for the six months from July to December, the highest ever figure recorded by the Airport, continuing two years of international and domestic arrivals growth.The record Sunshine Coast Airport figures for 2015 were a result of increases in flights by Jetstar, Virgin and Air New Zealand, and the return of Qantas after an absence of ten years.Qantas returning to the Sunshine CoastQantas has recorded near-capacity loads during its summer schedule, and will revert to a business-oriented timetable in February, which will see flights arrive on the Sunshine Coast in the evening and depart first thing the next morning.The new flights will be of particular benefit to the business travel sector, as the region undergoes its most dramatic development phase since the Sunshine Coast came into being almost 50 years ago.It was in 1966 that the former Landsborough, Maroochy and Noosa councils agreed that the name ‘Sunshine Coast’ should replace the (rather uninspiring) ‘Near North Coast’ title used at the time. The Sunshine Coast name was officially gazetted the following year (1967), and helped establish the region as one of Australia’s most popular coastal resort destinations.The region has constantly evolved, and on the eve of its 50th anniversary, the Sunshine Coast is undergoing a development boom that confirms the region’s reputation as a dynamic, multi-faceted destination.Four major projects are set to have long-term implications for the future expansion of the region:Construction of the Sunshine Coast University Hospital and the associated Kawana Health Campus, which are due for completion this year;Redevelopment of the Maroochydore city centre;Proposed expansion of Sunshine Coast Airport;Development of the residential area of Aura (formerly known as Caloundra South).“These key projects will redefine the Sunshine Coast’s economic landscape,” says Visit Sunshine Coast CEO, Simon Ambrose.“The Sunshine Coast has always had a magnificent climate and some of Australia’s best beaches, but a really successful region offers a balanced mix of commercial, residential and tourism development and that is what we are seeing across the Sunshine Coast.“This is already resulting in considerable interest from major hotel groups, with the opening late last year of the new Best Western Plus hotel to service the emerging Kawana business, medical and education precinct.Sunshine Coast welcomes P&O Cruises“In addition, existing resorts such as the Novotel Twin Waters Resort are planning major expansion of their facilities, while the rebranding of Pelican Waters Resort to Sebel has added more internationally-branded accommodation and meeting facilities.“One of the most significant new accommodation openings in Australia in 2016 will be the launch of the Riverside Resort ‘glamping’ village.“It will be the first new built camping and caravan holiday park in south-east Queensland for over 40 years, and one of the first in Australia for many decades. While also catering for the family market, it will offer 80 square metre ‘glamping’ accommodation, along with high-class recreational, meeting and incentive facilities.“One of our principal local destinations, Maroochydore, is planning a remarkable makeover with 165,000 sqm of commercial space to be established, which will create a new central business district for the Sunshine Coast region. With its proximity to Sunshine Coast Airport and its picturesque surroundings, we expect to see new hotel developments and facilities to cater for the business events market.“We are confident of approval for an extension of the Sunshine Coast Airport runway during the year, as it will allow larger aircraft with greater capacity to operate into and out of Sunshine Coast Airport throughout the year.“There is a full calendar of events scheduled for 2016, and we are celebrating the range and diversity of our events program under the new tagline The World is Coming to the Sunshine Coast, starting this weekend with the Ginger Flower & Food Festival.“2016 will also see a record cruise market, with Mooloolaba establishing itself as the fastest growing destination in Australia for major cruise operators including Carnival and Azamara.“We start 2016 in a very positive frame of mind. In December we changed the name of the organisation from Sunshine Coast Destination to Visit Sunshine Coast to align our consumer and trade profiles, and with an innovative digital strategy, along with a range of exciting marketing programs, we are confident of another highly successful year.” Visit Sunshine CoastSource = Visit Sunshine Coast
Far-East adventure with MSC CruisesFar-East adventure with MSC CruisesIn August this year, MSC Splendida will set sail on an eight-night round-trip from Yokohama, taking in some of Japan’s most beautiful natural, historic and present-day sights in addition to Vladivostok in Russia.In Japan, each port offers a fascinating insight into the many different facets of the Japanese way of life, from gleaming high-rise cities to exquisite gardens, traditional ceremonies and crafts, ancient temples and castles. The Japanese archipelago is also blessed with many scenic wonders – hot springs, forests and rivers – and the famous snow-capped cone of Mt Fuji.The first port of call is Muroran, Japan where guests can visit the replica Ainu village of thatched buildings, illustrating how the traditional Ainu people lived. The next port is Aomori, Japan with highlights including the Buddhist Seiry-ji Temple, made entirely of wood and the Asamushi Onsen for a hot spa experience.Vladivostok, Russia will delight with its 19th-century Triumphal Arch and 19th-century St. Virgin Assumption Church, a wooden structure that was destroyed in 1938 and rebuilt in 1997. The domed Pokrovsky Cathedral, which fared badly under Soviet rule, was rebuilt in its original spot in 2007. Savour the fabulous views of Golden Horn Bay before heading to Sendai in Japan.From Sendai, guests can cross to the sacred Kinkasan Island. From the highest point on the island, enjoy superb views of Sendai and the Kurikoma Mountains. Then visit the Koganeyama Jinja Shrine, an 8th-century structure, built in honour of the Shinto kami of good fortune. It is said that visiting the shrine three years in a row will cure all financial problems of the faithful pilgrim!Three separate days at sea offer the chance for guests to make the most of MSC Splendida ’s many attractions. Wining and dining is world-class with dozens of bars and restaurants offering dining options from Mediterranean dishes to spicy Tex-Mex. Guests can enjoy live music every night in different venues around the ship and spectacular shows are staged in the stunning Strand Theatre. Click here for 360 degree virtual tour of MSC Splendida. Wake up to a view from a stylish oceanview cabin with panoramic window or be tempted by a private spacious balcony cabin. From an interior cabin to whichever you may choose you’ll love the designer décor and superior comfort.MSC Splendida’s eight-night Yokohama round-trip cruise departs August 2, 2018. Fares start from $AU1,749* per person (NZ$1,949 per person) twin share.Book today and secure your cabin on this Far-east adventure! Call 1300 028 502, visit msccruises.com.au or call your local travel agent.Source = MSC Cruises
LenderLive Welcomes Two New Regional Account Executives LenderLive Network Movers & Shakers 2015-02-04 Tory Barringer February 4, 2015 532 Views in Headlines, News Share LenderLive Network, a national mortgage services provider headquartered in Colorado, introduced on Tuesday the two newest regional account executives for its Correspondent Lending division: Andrew Lion and Wendy Lovett.Lion, whose territory will include Northern California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, brings more than 10 years of experience as a mortgage professional working in retail, wholesale, and correspondent lending platforms. Most recently, he was an account executive for Amerisave Institutional Lending, where he assisted in developing the company’s third-party origination correspondent and wholesale lending channel from Northern California.Lovett, meanwhile, will represent LenderLive in the states of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, and Utah. She has more than 15 years of mortgage industry experience and joins the company from Stonegate Mortgage, where she assistance in developing correspondent and emerging banking and business channels as sales director. Previously, she was a top-producing VP and account executive at Credit Suisse.Both Lion and Lovett will work both current and prospective clients, including community banks and credit unions either participating in or considering LenderLive’s correspondent program.”There is growing demand for a better alternative when it comes to correspondent lending,” said David Vida, president of the LenderLive Correspondent Lending Division. “Clients are looking for new partners who can provide a consistent, superior acquisition experience and, at the same time, protect their customer relationships. Both Andrew and Wendy are seasoned professionals with long track records of working closely with correspondents and community banks to help them expand their mortgage businesses. They are important additions to our team and to LenderLive as a whole.”
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