Ken Sutiak Offers Advice on How to Live a Charitable Lifestyle

Ken Sutiak is an altruistic man who enjoys living a charitable lifestyle and he encourages others to do the same.

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ken Sutiak knows that charity has many different forms. Whether charity comes from giving money or time, it’s still aiding those in need. Humans and animals are suffering every day because of unfortunate situations they find themselves in.

Knowing this, Sutiak feels blessed to have the life he leads. Thus, he feels it’s his duty to help all living creatures and he wants to give others the opportunity to help others as he does. That’s why he has divulged the advice he’s learned to living a charitable lifestyle.

Find a Charity Connection

There are so many charities out there. To live a charitable lifestyle, Ken Sutiak claims a person needs to find a charity they connect with. This charity needs to have a mission statement that resonates in the charitable person’s soul. The only way to truly feel fulfilled is to know the time and, or money is going to a cause that is important to the person.

Sutiak ensures that it doesn’t matter whether the charity helps children, women, men, horses, dogs, cats, or endangered species. The only thing that matters is the connection the person feels toward that cause.

For example, Ken Sutiak works with both children and animals. He volunteers his time working with kids in his community, helping to clean it up and he works with animals.

Assess The Altruistic Options

There are usually two ultimate options when it comes to being altruistic. Many people give money because they can’t be on the field. However, others don’t have money but want to give their time.

“It takes all kinds…” Ken Sutiak says, going on to state that either option is equally helpful. That is why Sutiak urges people to do what they can to figure out which option works better for the person giving the charity. After all, charity, in every form is helpful to people in need.

Ken Sutiak splits his time between working with the kids in the community and helping animals. However, he tends to give monetary donations to animal rescues, because he can’t be everywhere. So, instead, he helps fund the people who are on the ground in an area.

Utilize Strengths

Everyone has passions and strengths. Some people know what they are good at and work from there. However, sometimes it’s the opportunities of the charity that show the person a strength they weren’t aware they had.

This is the case for Ken Sutiak, who now lobbies legislation to help gain animals the rights they deserve. What started out as writing letters to the government lead to Sutiak eventually going to Washington to talk with officials. Prior to this, Sutiak didn’t have experience, but he found his strength through his passion for helping animals.

Thus, Ken Sutiak encourages people to find something their good at and use that talent to help others in need. Once a person starts doing something they love for a charity that resonates with them, the options are limitless.

In summation, Ken Sutiak has put years of practice into his charitable lifestyle. However, the sooner a person starts finding the ways they can help others, the sooner they can start making a difference.

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Chaitanya Cherukuri Shares Photography Passion By Teaching Free Class at Texas State University

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Successful photographer helps others find their passion by teaching free classes at Texas State University.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Chaitanya Cherukuri has always had a love of photographs and photography. Cherukuri’s natural ability for the art started as a child. He was always taking pictures and capturing special moments for his family. When he got older, his interest in photography turned into a passion. Cherukuri learned everything he could about the art form and has found his own style throughout years of practice.

Now, Chaitanya Cherukuri is going to be sharing that passion with the students of Texas State University. Cherukuri will be offering a free class at the school. He is excited to be able to help students learn more about what he has spent a lifetime getting acquainted with.

A Passion for Photography

Photography is everywhere. Everything has the potential to be an image that someone needs. Having a passion for capturing the perfect moment is an exhilarating thrill that people need in their lives. Therefore, having a basic understanding of photography helps people progress in different areas of business.

“Photography has helped me figure out how to see the world differently,” Cherukuri said. “It’s given me the ability to see something for what it is, but also for what it could be. Art makes ordinary things beautiful.”

This philosophy has helped shape Chaitanya Cherukuri’s beliefs, making photography a cornerstone of his life.

Texas State University Students

Texas State University has a diverse student body. There are many students who hope to do many unique things with their life. Chaitanya Cherukuri knows that this class, which focuses on the basics of photography can help them achieve those goals.

Regardless of the field, a student finds themselves in, being able to see something different than everyone else is important. Photography basics teach that and help people visualize what they want. Cherukuri explains that if he wants to get a shot, he must picture it in his mind, to find it in the world. There are many different factors that play into creating the shot and a photographer must decode all those elements. After that, they need to be patient, waiting for the right time for those elements to all come together.

Besides photography, the critical thinking skills involved in photography is what Chaitanya Cherukuri hopes students take out of his class. He wants students to be able to apply those skills to their everyday lives. That way, they’ll have experience in creating the extraordinary out of what everyone else thinks of as ordinary.

Teaching for Free

People are wondering why Chaitanya Cherukuri is teaching this class for free. After all, Cherukuri is a powerful photographer with a useful message. It seems strange to people that he wouldn’t charge for the class.

Chaitanya Cherukuri’s response is that he wants to give people the opportunity to follow their dreams. He knows how hard it is to make it out in the world, especially if the student dreams of being any kind of artist. While there are more opportunities than ever for photographers, writers, and artists, money doesn’t start rolling in overnight. It’s still difficult to find the niche that’s going to feed both body and passion. So, Chaitanya Cherukuri wants to share his experience with future generations, to encourage students to follow their dreams.

To close, Chaitanya Cherukuri is looking forward to sharing his passion with those who have an interest in photography. Plus, he believes that the life skills he has amassed through his interest can help university students in many areas. After all, Chaitanya Cherukuri believes life is an adventure…capture it before it’s gone.

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Kona-Based Artist John Ferdico is July’s Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park Resident Artist

What I try to do is make each piece appear to be this exquisitely detailed and accurate model, but with this strange marking scheme.”

— John Ferdico, NPAF artist in residence

VOLCANO, HAWAI'I, US, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — ISLAND OF HAWAIʻI — Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park and The National Parks Arts Foundation are proud to announce that John Ferdico, a photographer and installation artist originally from New York, but who for years has called Kailua-Kona his home, will be July’s Artist in Residence near the Park which is at the moment closed to the public due to high concentrations of Sulfur Dioxide, explosive ash clouds, ejected rock, and earthquakes at Kilauea’s summit that began in March of 2008.

Ferdico will also produce a presentation for visitors and the public at large, on July 20th, 2018 at 10 am, at the Kahuku Unit of the Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Directions: Enter the Kahuku unit of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park on the mauka (uphill) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5. This event is made possible with support from the National Park Service, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Friends of Hawai’i National Park.

Ferdico, a visual artist born in New York, but was raised in Kansas City, where he received his B.A. in Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute. After that, he received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and lived in Oakland, CA, before moving to Hawai’i in 2012. The Artist takes hyperreal model aircraft, painstakingly builds them, paints them, and then uses them as a launching platform for a surrealist visual experiments that both entrance and estrange. Says Ferdico about the process: “What I try to do is make each piece appear to be this exquisitely detailed and accurate model, but with this strange marking scheme. I suppose it is a Surrealist strategy, meant to cause the viewer to reconsider the more ordinary elements seen in the juxtapositions.”

Currently, his art process focuses on making multimedia works that mix craft at a high level with a wandering search to make modern devotional objects, that indicate toward but don’t spell out, mystery and veneration. Says Ferdico: “I started looking at various folk art forms because there is a remarkable similarity of intent in the making of objects. We make mementos, we make icons that evoke stories and lessons of virtue, we make charms meant to protect us from harm. And that's where the ideas about culture, spirituality, and technology emerge for me. I decided I want to do the same thing artists have always done, but I want to reference of our own culture, reflect the complications of our modern beliefs, and use the materials of our own era. So I ended up gluing pictures on model airplanes, using the imagery to suggest some surreal camouflage that might transform the object into a likeness of some mythical being.”

For Ferdico, the experience of relocating to Hawai’i has been transformative for his view of the world and his art process: “Having lived in big cities all my life, the move to Hawaii is a strange one, but one I feel so lucky to have blundered into making. What I like most about it may also be what has the biggest impact on my art, and it's a difficult one to reconcile. Moving here I quickly learned Aloha is not a mere greeting, but the incantation of a profound moral philosophy. For me it became an invitation to a calmer, more decent, and more thoughtful life. Aloha elevates compassion and deference above the search for truth, the typical western imperative. Maybe this is because Aloha doesn't seem to aspire to an idealized existence, and maybe that's because the beauty of this environment doesn't cause people to need more. But for an artist for whom art is as much a referendum as an exaltation, and for an artist whose urge to express is mainly by contrariness and dissent, I sometimes feel uncomfortable making art here. Or maybe Aloha has soothed my contrariness and dissent, making me feel less urge to express.”

And because the United States is an infinitely practical place, what is this art useful for? John Ferdico has a preliminary answer: “I have this crazy urge to hang one over my bed so the North Koreans won't nuke Hawaii.”

NPAF is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the promotion of the National Parks of the U.S. through creating dynamic opportunities for artworks that are based in our natural and historic heritage. This project is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, and other generous benefactors. All NPAF programs are made possible through the philanthropic support of donors of all sorts ranging from corporate sponsors, small business, and art patrons and citizen-lovers of the Parks. NPAF is always seeking new partners and donors for its wide-ranging artist-in-residence programs.

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Providing Additional Knowledge to Help Improve Your Immune System by Dr. Susana Trujillo

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Cancer is as unique as each of the affected body tissues and the person who faces it.

You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your physician. Please consult a doctor with questions you may have about your condition.”

— Dr. Susana Trujillo

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nutritional knowledge to help improve your immune system by Dr. Susana Trujillo

Cancer is as unique as each of the affected body tissues and the person who faces it. Therefore, Dr. Susana’s mission is to help you improve your condition by providing you with additional educational knowledge that will help you reinforce your immune system to fight cancer.

Because it is a long process, and more of a sustained effort on many levels of your awareness you must incorporate a wise and very detailed strategy to overcome the inner conflicts and frictions that are debilitating your immune system, which is your vital force. To heal from an advanced cancer, you need to regain as much energy as possible from all the aspects of your life. It requires inner reassessments in order to regain optimal health and functioning. For example, one benefit of brown seaweed nutrition is the Fucoidan content. Fucoidan is another much needed natural ingredient to help with energy levels, and contributes to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue.

As for what I consider to be the physical supplies, the basics are: good clean food, water, air, sunlight, shelter, meaningful work and relationship to the human community and rest. In recent years, many compassionate suppliers and professionals have been helping to improve the quality and availability of these basics. Since the most effective tools for improving health are often concentrates of foods or minerals, and many powerful therapies apply specific forms of these other provisions for health, I count myself among that group.

Specific protocols for different cancers are as complex and multifaceted as the caring professionals who devise them. Every year alternative-minded healers have grown in sophistication and effectiveness.

Following are some understandings about cancer that many health professionals agree upon:

· The toxic chemicals that enable much of our modern lifestyle are often found to have slight hormonal effects, and these are usually estrogenic. A comparison between the effects of estrogen on any vertebrate and the effects of a malignant cancer would highlight many parallels.

· Cancer thrives in a glycolysis environment, where the energy it needs is produced from the breakdown of sugar. Cancer declines or fails to thrive when cellular respiration is primarily the oxygen-rich metabolic event known as the Krebs Cycle.

· Chronic sustained stress and trauma to a cell, tissue, or organ will dramatically increase the likelihood of a cancer. This stress might be mechanical, chemical, or energetic. Chronic excesses of poor nutrition or deficiencies of necessary nutrients have caused this sustained stress and trauma for much of humanity and its history.

· Re-establishing the parameters of healthy balance, which our ancestors described as “aligning with natural law,” will enable any living being to recover from disease and regain health; that is, if there is reasonable time and vital energy to work with.

· When a cancer is diagnosed, the energetics of health for that person and the affected tissue should be understood by the diagnosing provider.

· The physician or health professional who diagnoses cancer should also explain these factors to patients and family members who are concerned. If this is not your experience with cancer treatment, keep looking.

Dr. Susana’s Anti-Cancer Natural Supplies

Below I am attaching a partial list of some natural ingredients scientifically proven to help manage common symptoms associated with anaerobic disorders. These include ingredients that can support the immune system to control the side effects caused by the treatments.

1. NatureMedic™ Fucoidan powered with AHCC®—This innovative product contains Fucoidan extracted from brown seaweeds, which contribute to apoptosis within the cancer cell according to reports from Japanese and Russian researchers. Other effects most noted are the protection of the patient’s digestive functions and alternative benefits for the thyroid metabolism. It also contains a healthful ingredients known as AHCC® (Active Hexose Correlated Compound) to more widely support the immune system and antioxidant activity in people who consume it as directed.

What makes this brand different for other Fucoidan brands?

From the idea to the finished product, this dietary supplement is considered a premium brand. NatureMedic™ Fucoidan was optimized with AHCC® to support and improve the Quality of Life of many people. This brand uses TWO species to extract the Fucoidan from: MOZUKU AND MEKABU (WAKAME). NatureMedic™ Fucoidan powered with AHCC® contains CERTIFIED ORGANIC FUCOIDAN extracted from the MEKABU SPORES. This means that you do not have to question the fact that these products might be contaminated.

​Besides Fucoidan, it also contains two mushroom extracts: Agaricus blazei Murill and AHCC® (Active Hexose Correlated Compound). Fucoidan powered with AHCC® is an exclusive and innovative blend that combines high-quality Fucoidan extracted from Okinawa Mozuku and Australian Mekabu Fucoidan. This unique combination contains AHCC®, a cultured mushroom mycelia extract that is rich in alpha glucans.

2. Iodine—This is a remarkable “smart mineral” which has been widely known as deficient in most Americans for many years. This form is a well-studied and absorbable form of Iodine, and it’s another affordable and effective support for complex conditions of metabolic imbalance.

3. DIM—Di-Indoly Methane (DIM) is a gift from the cabbage plant family that is proven to help the liver metabolize estrogens into beneficial byproducts.

4. Calcium D-Glucarate—This is a highly absorbable version of Glucaronic acid, which helps the liver with Phase 2 detoxification tasks–the specific pathway most challenged by complex petrochemicals and pollutants.

5. Vitamin D3—This “sunshine” vitamin is extensively referenced in medical literature as being protective of blood calcium levels. It is also proven to contribute to the protection of hormone levels in the blood, as well as the defense against some cancers.

The many various cancer types and locations require specific support for their respective organ functions and protection from stress. This support can be achieved by the intelligent use of many natural foods and products.

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Todd Stockton From Colorado Explains How Children Learn

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The fact that children learn is something we all know. But exactly how they learn and how their environment can support or restrict them in that, is often much less clear. This is something that education specialist Todd Stockton from Colorado has researched. With his research, he wants to make sure that parents and educators would be able to enrich their children's learning and growth, thereby also helping in the fight against poverty. Best of all, he has found that the best methods of doing so are through cuddling, singing, talking, and playing, and not through complex educational toys.

Todd Stockton Explains His Research on Child Learning

Stockton is particularly interested in how young children learn, with an emphasis on learning a language. Education starts when a child is born and arguably never ends. Education is possible thanks to the human ability to grasp patterns and thanks to the fact that people are interested in certain things. It is when these two elements interact properly that the learning experience can be maximized.

Stockton explains that learning is about patterns, allowing the brain to understand complex information. Young minds are uniquely skilled to recognize those patterns, something they do as soon as they are born. They watch others move their eyes and mouths, offer them food and comfort, and make sounds. And they love that, which is what creates an attachment. With proper support from their carers, they continue to absorb more and more data, identifying more patterns and learning.

Stockton also points out that life experiences are vital to learning. Families with high-quality resources, and thus have good nutrition and education, develop children in whom brain potential is maximized as well. Children born in impoverished circumstances tend to learn more slowly or differently. Indeed, Todd Stockton has been able to demonstrate that poverty affects learning. In fact, children in poverty hear far fewer new words per day on average, often only a third of those heard by wealthier children. Language and learning go hand in hand and are necessary for mathematical and social skills as well.

That does not mean, explains Stockton, that those with a learning delay are doomed. For instance, they can be offered speech therapy. However, poverty has also been shown to slow down key developmental milestones in both the temporal and frontal lobes, which control memory, information processing, emotions, and learning.

Todd Stockton Helps Families Support Learning

Poverty is not a choice but rather an often inevitable circumstance. Stockton points out that it is unfair that children should suffer as a consequence of that. He explains that play is key to learning development, and all children, regardless of the financial resources of their parents, can play. Supporting children in using their imagination, for instance, by going for an adventure in the woods, is something all parents can do.

Young children benefit equally from rolling balls to listening to their parents sing to having a cuddle. Learning is about teaching the enjoyment of social situations and how rewarding communication is. Children learn best when they have live interaction instead of just watching TV.

Todd Stockton Suggests That Parents Need to Play More with Their Children

According to Stockton's research, the key to learning is to play more with children, from an earlier age. At the same time, he understands that this is easier said than done. When families have financial difficulties, they often do not have the energy to be a playful parent as well. They sometimes have to work multiple jobs, they have less access to transportation and health care, and are more likely to suffer from depression or stress. However, even playing with their children occasionally can have a massive impact. Quality is more important than quantity in the grand scheme of things, and parents should focus on building connections as much as they can.

Todd Stockton Explains How Society Can Help

The reality is that, even in this country, many children live in poverty. Thankfully, they are nonprofit organizations and charities out there that want to help. Additionally, scientific advances are being made as well. For instance, the University of Chicago has launched the Thirty Million Words Initiative, through which parents can rapidly learn about child development, gaining an understanding of the scientific perspective on learning. Furthermore, they are shown what they can do to enhance outcomes for their children's learning and education.

Todd Stockton believes that more could and should be done. Particularly, he wants politicians to become more involved in supporting the science of early learning. After all, the more children are educated and given opportunities, the more likely it is that society as a whole will improve on the back of that.

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1Dental Renews $500 Scholarship Offering for 2018

Students can apply online at our website at www.1dental.com/scholarship/

We believe education is a valuable thing and wanted to help students looking for scholarships by offering one of our own. The feedback we’ve gotten from our previous winners has been great!”

— Marketing Director Aaron McWilliams

FORT WORTH, TX, UNITED STATES, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — 1Dental has renewed its $500 scholarship offering for the 2019 school year. Students can now apply by visiting www.1dental.com/scholarship and filling out an application online.

"At 1Dental, we build up people—our employees, businesses we work with and our community. We believe this scholarship is another way we can give back to the community by building up students who pursue higher education,” said CEO Randall Meinen. “It also offers us great insight into how students feel about dental and health issues that we can take and apply to our products and services to better serve people."

This is the fifth year 1Dental has offered the 1Dental Scholarship. The application can be found on 1Dental’s website and should be completed online by December 21, 2018. Students must be enrolled as a high school senior, college student or graduate student to be eligible and must be a resident in the U.S. One winner will be chosen and announced on January 18, 2019.

“We believe education is a valuable thing and wanted to help students looking for scholarships by offering one of our own,” said Marketing Director Aaron McWilliams. “The feedback we’ve gotten from our previous winners has been great!”

1Dental is headquartered in Haltom City, TX, and was incorporated in 1997 by current CEO Randall Meinen. The primary goal of 1Dental is to offer dental patients nationwide access to affordable, reputable and longstanding discount dental plans.

Natasha Gayle, Outreach Coordinator
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Two New GDPR services launched by IT Governance

ELY, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ely, United Kingdom, 12 June 2018 – Despite more than a month having passed since the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force, compliance is still very much an on-going task for many as IT Governance announces two brand new GDPR Services.

The DPO Support Service and GDPR Data Privacy Manager are now available to help organisations continue their compliance journeys. Both products allow users to prepay for the support hours required without committing to a monthly contract.

IT Governance’s DPO Support Service provides extra resources to data protection officers (DPOs) who may find their responsibilities challenging particularly if fulfilling the role part-time or working for a group of organisations. The Data Privacy Manager Service is designed for those who are not required to appoint a data protection officer but are seeking the GDPR advisory support such a role provides.

Alan Calder, Founder and Executive Chairman of IT Governance, said: “It’s paramount organisations understand that despite the GDPR deadline having passed compliance hasn’t ended – it is only just beginning. A Data Privacy Manager and the DPO Support Service can both support any organisations still struggling with the DPO aspects of the GDPR.”

As a leading provider of GDPR expertise and solutions, IT Governance supports organisations of all sizes in tackling their GDPR compliance projects through certified GDPR training courses, books, documentation toolkits, staff awareness training, compliance tools and consultancy.

For further assistance, visit the IT Governance website, email servicecentre@itgovernance.co.uk or call +44 (0)333 800 7000.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Mihaela Jucan
Marketing and Communications Executive
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NOTES TO EDITORS

IT Governance Ltd is the single-source provider of books, tools, training and consultancy for IT governance, risk management and compliance. It is a leading authority on data security and IT governance for business and the public sector. IT Governance is ‘non-geek’, approaching IT issues from a non-technology background and talking to management in its own language. Its customer base spans Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. More information is available at www.itgovernance.co.uk.

The DPO Support Service enables organisations to seek extra provision in the case of inexperienced data protection officers while the Data Privacy Manager can support organisations not obliged to support a DPO.

Liam Papworth
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Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center Now Urges A Hospital Employed MD or RN in Michigan to Call Them About Rewards if Their Employer is Forcing Medicare Patients to Be Admitted Rather Than Outpatient Treatment

Call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if your hospital employer is forcing you to admit Medicare or Medicaid patients to the hospital when more affordable outpatient care should have been provided.”

— Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 12, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center says "We are urging a hospital employed medical doctor, or registered nurse in Michigan or any other state to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if their employer is forcing them to admit Medicare or Medicaid patients to the hospital when more affordable outpatient care should have been provided. In a recent example a hospital employee received $3.3 million dollars for this type of information. http://Michigan.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

In a recent example the Department of Justice announced a company that operates acute care hospitals agreed to pay $18 million to settle allegations that 12 of its hospitals knowingly submitted false claims to Medicare by admitting patients who could have been treated on a less costly outpatient basis. As mentioned the whistleblower in this instance received $3.3 million dollars for their information.

The Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center is especially interested in hearing from healthcare managers, medical doctors or registered nurses if they have specific proof of the following:

* A hospital is paying commissions to ER doctors to admit Medicare or Medicaid patients rather than providing treatment on an outpatient basis.

* A drug or alcohol treatment center in Michigan is simply warehousing drug addicts or alcoholics and charging Medicaid as if they are treating the patient/addict. As soon as the Medicaid funding runs out the patient is discharged.

* A hospice provider that is signing up homeless people or drug addicts who are not dying; and then billing Medicare for services never provided or for unnecessary medical procedures.

* A pharmaceutical representative bribing medical doctors to over-prescribe their drug products.

* A nursing home or skilled nursing facility billing Medicare for unnecessary extremely expensive medical tests involving ambulatory, speech, and or cognitive abilities.

* An in-home healthcare company that is grossly overbilling Medicare for hours never worked.

The Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center says, "If you are a healthcare manager, a physician or registered nurse and you have proof a company is engaged in a multi-million-dollar scheme to overbill Medicare or Medicaid please call us anytime at 866-714-6466. Please do not sit on a potentially multi-million dollar winning lotto ticket without ever knowing what it might have been worth. http://Michigan.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

Simple rules for a whistleblower from the Corporate Whistleblower Center: Do not go to the government first if you are a potential whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing. The Michigan Corporate Whistleblower Center says, “Major whistleblowers frequently go to the government thinking they will help. It’s a huge mistake. Do not go to the news media with your whistleblower information. Public revelation of a whistleblower’s information could destroy any prospect for a reward.

Do not try to force a company/employer or individual to come clean about significant Medicare fraud, overbilling the federal government for services never rendered, multi-million-dollar state or federal tax evasion, or a Michigan based company falsely claiming to be a minority owned business to get preferential treatment on federal or state projects. Come to us first, tell us what type of information you have, and if we think it’s sufficient, we will help you with a focus on you getting rewarded.”

Unlike any group in the US the Corporate Whistleblower Center can assist a potential whistleblower with packaging or building out their information to potentially increase the reward potential. They will also provide the whistleblower with access to some of the most skilled whistleblower attorneys in the nation. For more information a possible whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing in Michigan can contact the Whistleblower Center at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their website at http://Michigan.CorporateWhistleBlower.Com

For attribution please refer to the April 2018 Department of Justice press release regarding this settlement: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/banner-health-agrees-pay-over-18-million-settle-false-claims-act-allegations

Thomas Martin
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Rosemary Barclay Shares 5 Tips for Choosing a Collision Repair Specialist

Acclaimed collision repair advisor, Rosemary Barclay reveals five tips for choosing a collision repair specialist.

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, July 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A car accident is scary. Regardless of who was at fault, or what the result was, the collision itself is a horrifying experience. Even if both parties were lucky and no one was hurt, a collision is still a harrowing event. Everyone involved will likely remember it for the rest of their lives.

Unfortunately, the stress of the collision doesn’t end with the conclusion of the accident. After the police report is filed and the insurance is notified, a collision repair specialist is still needed. Rosemary Barclay is a collision repair advisor who knows the havoc this can wreak on everyone involved in a collision. So, she is sharing these five tips to help people choose a collision repair specialist.

1. Insurance Coverage

First and foremost, people want to ensure that the collision repair specialist is covered by their insurance. Auto Bodywork of any kind can be expensive; especially if it’s being done by a true professional. Therefore, an out of pocket expense could be detrimental to a person’s finances.

Rosemary Barclay wants people to understand the impact of needing a collision repair specialist. Not only will they be paying a deductible (at least), they might also miss work, due to not having a car. So, to mitigate that cost, people should ensure their insurance will cover at least some of the price.

2. Associations and Certifications

Rosemary Barclay knows how important it is for clients to ask the collision repair specialist if they have any credentials. This is important because it speaks to their professionalism. Most legitimate collision repair specialists are proud of their credentials because they worked hard to receive them. So, it's not a good sign if a potential customer asks about credentials and the specialist is hesitant.

A few associations that are credible include AAA, NAPA Autocare, Automotive Service Association, and TechNet Professional Services. Barclay also cites The Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and AC Delco as credible certifications.

3. Restoration

The goal of going to a collision repair specialist is to restore their car. Ideally, this means the specialists should be able to acquire the right parts, down to the paint. This part takes a little bit of preparation on the part of the consumer. Asking the right questions is essential. That way, customers can be sure they’re getting what they want.

Barclay insists that most of the time, receiving manufacturing parts shouldn’t be an issue for the specialists. Usually, collision repair specialists work closely with manufacturers, so they have good connections. There are rare instances where an accredited specialist will have a problem finding a part essential to completing the job.

4. Ask for References

When having any work done, Rosemary Barclay advises people to ask for references. For a seasoned collision repair specialist, this is a basic request. Therefore, obliging shouldn’t be an issue at all.

5. Shop Around

Finally, Rosemary Barclay encourages people to shop around. Even though in the heat of the moment, it’s tempting to go with the first legitimate specialist referred. Jumping into something quickly might not work out for the person in the end. So, instead, take the extra step and shop around.

Additionally, being proactive is always a good idea. Finding a collision repair specialist before one is needed will save a lot of aggravation. It's better to have one and not need one. That way, the person isn't forced into a split decision. Emotions run high after a collision. Planning in case of an emergency helps the person remain calm and focused on the road ahead.

In summation, finding the collision repair specialist is vital to getting a person’s life back together after an accident. Rosemary Barclay is certain that these tips can help people choose their collision repair specialist quickly and efficiently. That way, they can move forward from this traumatic event.

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Lee County Coveted Trial Date Obtained by Enterprise Holdings National Car Rental Grand Theft Crime Victim

National Car Rental 'ding and dent' fraud victim eager and optimistic with opportunity to present overwhelming crime scene evidence on open public docket

Enterprise has been accused of running a ding-and-dent scam so often by readers of this site, I’ve lost count.”

— Christopher Elliott, Consumer Advocate

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today the trial date of August 22, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. EDT for the civil theft, intentional negligence, breach of good faith and fair dealing, and felony grand theft civil lawsuit, Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings and National Car Rental (18-SC-001768).

“Today I met with Enterprise Holdings counsel for a pre-trial mediation,” confirmed David Howe, United States of America child identity guardian and plaintiff in Howe vs. Enterprise Holdings and National Car Rental. “Although I appreciate the effort made by tortfeasor’s counsel and the professional mediator, we were unable to reach an agreement acceptable for each side.

“And that’s ultimately a good thing,” Howe continued. “Because from my perspective – as a crime victim and survivor of a predatory ‘ding and dent’ scam that’s reportedly harmed so many others that consumer advocate Christopher Elliott lost count (https://www.elliott.org/blog/enterprise-determines-damaged-rental/), it’s much more paramount for this particularly predatory case, including the remarkable crime scene evidence that was twice presented to Senator Marco Rubio’s staff and also the Office of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, to get the public exposure it so desperately deserves. Indeed, as most individuals know, mediation is confidential and therefore I’m unable to discuss any of the details from the hearing today.

Related: Sheriff's Deputy SERVES SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM to NATIONAL CAR RENTAL at RSW as part of THEFT Suit, SubscriberWise Confirms — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180511005303/en/Sheriffs-Deputy-SERVES-SUBPOENA-DUCES-TECUM-NATIONAL

“Of course, this case is much bigger than mere equity for one crime victim,” Howe continued. “It’s much bigger than the upcoming civil trial in Fort Myers, Florida, the location of the crime. In fact, as the professionals from FL AG Pam Bondi’s Office indicated to me during my hour-long meeting with Director Butler and senior investigators in 2017, this case is ultimately about desperately needed legislative efforts to change the legal predatory tactics of an industry that is able to strip a consumer of jury-trial due process through disgraceful arbitration clauses and unfair adhesion contracts, among others (https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180428005028/en/Child-ID-Guardian-Howe-Congress-Enterprise-Car).

Related: Enterprise Holdings and Canadian Car Rental Scandal: Christopher Elliott and His Prophetic Article in the Chicago Tribune Could Not Have Been More Precise — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180508006176/en/Enterprise-Holdings-Canadian-Car-Rental-Scandal-Christopher

“To be sure, this case is really about U.S. lawmakers enacting uniform and predictable standards to protect the citizens of the United States — as well as our sisters and brothers from around the world who come to this nation and expect the good faith and fair dealing covenant, but who very often receive something quite to the contrary that’s designed – and very effective as a matter of fact – to separate honest and decent unsuspecting consumers from their hard-earned money.

“Today, I invite local and international media to mark their calendars for this important trial. I encourage correspondents and investigative journalists to come to Lee County Justice Center to witness the overwhelming evidence and systematic scam that has ensnared so many of our fellow sisters and brothers.

Related: Enterprise National Car Rental Trolls for Under Car Damage in Attempt to Collect from SW FL Sanibel Couple: http://www.winknews.com/2016/02/29/sanibel-couple-charged-for-under-car-damages-to-rental/

"As a part-time resident in the state of Florida, I know that I’m not legally bound to report a crime. However, in the state of Ohio, where I also am a resident, a citizen is legally bound to report a felony crime (http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2921.22). For the record, I take that duty very seriously regardless if it is mandated by law,” Howe concluded.

Related: Civic and Ethical Duty With a Pursuit for Equity: America’s Child Identity Guardian Sues Enterprise Holdings for Fraud — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180406005608/en/Civic-Ethical-Duty-Pursuit-Equity-America’s-Child

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