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first_img October 05, 2015 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter First Lady Frances Wolf,  Government That Works,  Human Services,  Press Release,  Results Harrisburg, PA – First Lady Frances Wolf today announced that 3D mammograms will be covered by insurance under existing state law and must be provided to Pennsylvania women at no cost. The announcement, which establishes that insurers must treat 3D mammograms the same as traditional two-dimensional mammograms when determining healthcare coverage, came during a meeting of the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition in Harrisburg.“This modern technology is offering new opportunities for physicians to diagnose breast cancer in women and provide life-saving treatment earlier than ever,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “Questions have arisen as to whether 3D mammograms should be covered by insurance in the same manner that traditional mammograms are. Today, I am announcing that my administration’s answer to this question is an absolute yes.”“Three-dimensional mammograms are another way to provide vital preventive healthcare to women,” First Lady Frances Wolf, who is the honorary chair of the PA Breast Cancer Coalition. “Women must be able to receive services like these at no cost. Nearly all breast cancers can be successfully treated if found early and this is another tool to make early detection possible. This administration is committed to providing the best care to Pennsylvanians, and we are proud to make this announcement during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”Three-dimensional mammograms, a service also known as “tomosynthesis,” are becoming more common as many health care facilities in Pennsylvania are replacing 2D mammography with 3D technology. The Pennsylvania Insurance Department has heard from many consumers that when given the choice of a 2D or 3D mammogram, the 3D option comes with an additional charge – typically between $50 and $60 – whereas the 2D mammogram would be free. Other consumers have reported being given a 3D mammogram without any discussion of their alternatives and receiving a surprise bill for the additional fee.“Governor Wolf is taking a strong stand for women’s health by ensuring that women can have the benefit of the latest healthcare technology,” said Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller. “With the adoption of this policy, my department will consider all mammograms to be covered under Pennsylvania’s law, which means they must be provided at no cost to the consumer.”Any consumer with questions about insurance coverage should visit the Pennsylvania Insurance Department website at www.insurance.pa.gov, and click on “Consumers.”MEDIA CONTACT: Jeff Sheridan, Governor’s Office, 717-783-1116Ron Ruman, Insurance Department, 717-787-3289# # #center_img Governor and First Lady Wolf Announce 3D Screening Mammograms Must Be Available to Women at No Extra Costlast_img read more

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first_img Healthcare,  Human Services,  Press Release,  Public Health Harrisburg, PA — Governor Tom Wolf today announced a funding opportunity to support community health workers in North Philadelphia’s Health Enterprise Zone (HEZ).“These grants can encourage partnerships and collaboration between health care providers, community organizations, and residents to address inequities and barriers to health care services, and reduce health care costs,” Gov Wolf said. “My hope is that projects funded through this grant opportunity will start to reduce these barriers and help people lead healthier lives.”“As we work towards better long-term health outcomes for all Pennsylvanians, providing coverage for health care services is only the first step,” said Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa Miller. “People in low-income households may struggle to access necessities such as nutritious food and stable housing, as well as health care and community services to help them get and stay healthy. By establishing partnerships, we can create meaningful solutions to help in many ways.”The HEZ was identified through a partnership between DHS, the City of Philadelphia, area hospitals, universities, and community partners. More than 580,000 Philadelphia residents are covered by Medicaid, and approximately 320,000 reside within the eight-mile-long North Philadelphia HEZ. The zone spans from the beginning of Broad Street in the West Oak Lane section of the city to City Hall and includes four health systems, three of which are academic medical centers. Despite this, beneficiaries in zip codes around this corridor experience multiple health conditions and significant socio-economic barriers that result in high medical costs and utilization and chronic poor health.The Request for Application (RFA) seeks proposals for projects that would achieve improved health outcomes for residents of communities within the HEZ through use of community health workers. Community health workers bridge the gap between health care providers and patients by helping patients navigate the health systems, providing social supports, and advocating for patients they work with. Community health workers are trained by medical and public health professionals and typically come from the communities they work with, ensuring cultural competence and helping patients they work with live healthier.“Health is a fundamental human right, and we are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to the same level of health and quality of life,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “Health equity concerns include food insecurity, lack of pre-kindergarten education, and unaffordable housing. These grants will allow those working in this community to further their work to ensure that residents have access to the resources they need to live a healthy life.”Projects funded through the RFA will use community health workers to address health disparities in children, older adults, and super utilizers and increase health promotion and education in the HEZ. Zip codes within the HEZ include: 19120-26; 19130-34; 19138; 19140-41; and 19144. Applicants are also expected to develop partnerships with other local entities to ensure sustainability beyond the grant period. Up to six grants will be awarded, and a portion of grant funding can be used for community health worker education and training.For more information on the RFA, visit the PA eMarketplace here. October 10, 2018 Wolf Administration Announces Grant Opportunity to Support North Philadelphia Community Health Workerscenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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first_img It said the competition will now hold in Cameroon in January 2022. The decision was reached after the committee met via video-conference to discuss the future of competitions and other related issues amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “After consultation with stakeholders and taking into consideration the current global situation, the tournament has been rescheduled for January 2022. “The date for the final tournament and the remaining matches of the qualifiers will be communicated in due course,” the football body said in a statement. Read Also: Video: Watch Victor Osimhen’s father’s burial “The 42nd CAF Ordinary General Assembly has been rescheduled for December 2020 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. “CAF has allocated an additional USD 16.2 Million to assist Member Associations to mitigate challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each Member Associations will be entitled to USD 300,000.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 CAF also rescheduled the finals of the African Nations Championship 2020, shifting it to January 2021 also in Cameroon. Live broadcast of the CAF president press conference.Tune in now https://t.co/N7sGK2eWqy— CAF (@CAF_Online) June 30, 2020 Loading… center_img “The CAF Executive Committee is satisfied with t the Cameroonian authorities for their commitment towards the hosting of the two competitions. Cameroon is ready to host either competition and are within schedule,” CAF President, Ahmad Ahmad said. The statement reads “The Total CAF Champions League and Total CAF Confederation Cup, will resume in September with a Final Four (4) format. Semi-Final matches will be played in a single match. “Due to challenging conditions, the 2020 edition of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations has been cancelled. The Confederation of African Football Executive Committee on Tuesday announced the postponement of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist MagnetsWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Biggest Cities In The World So Far8 Fascinating Facts About Coffeelast_img read more

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first_imgStatewide— The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission issued an order Wednesday initiating an investigation into the impact of COVID-19 on Hoosier ratepayers and utilities. Governor Eric Holcomb issued Executive Order 20-02 on March 6, 2020, declaring a public health emergency for the pandemic, followed by an Executive Order on March 19, which included a disconnection moratorium for utilities. Indiana’s public health emergency, including the prohibition of utility disconnections, has been renewed through subsequent Executive Orders, and is currently set to expire on June 30.The Commission’s Order is in response to two petitions filed by parties for an investigation to consider the impacts of COVID-19 on utility service and seeking certain ratepayer protections; the second: from multiple utilities in the state including Duke Energy, Ohio Valley Gas Corp.,  Ohio Valley Gas, Inc., along with 8 other utility companies seeking certain relief related to the impact of COVID-19 on their utility operations. The investigation will occur in two phases. In Phase 1, the Commission requests information from all parties regarding disconnections, utility fees, and customer payment arrangements, as well as regulatory accounting. The Commission plans to issue an Order prior to the current June 30, 2020, expiration of the executive disconnection moratorium.  Phase 2 also includes a request that jurisdictional Indiana utilities intending to participate in the proceeding and request rate relief provide additional information in monthly reports beginning from the date of today’s Order. The Commission anticipates that impacts due to the COVID-19 pandemic may not be fully understood for months, if not years, as the effect is ongoing.  The Commission welcomes comments from stakeholders and consumers. The public may provide comments to the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor (OUCC), the state agency that represents the public in cases before the Commission. Comments may be submitted online at www.in.gov/oucc/2361.htm or by mail or email:                Mail: Consumer Services Staff                Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor                115 W. Washington St., Suite 1500 South                Indianapolis, IN 46204                Email: uccinfo@oucc.in.govWritten comments should include the ratepayer’s name, mailing address, and a reference to “Cause No. 45380.”last_img read more

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first_img The nations go head to head for just second time in 20 years on Sunday, with the Aviva Stadium encounter the Three Lions’ first trip to Dublin since the despicable scenes of 1995. Hodgson will be in the England dugout but former England coach Don Howe has revealed he could have instead be managing of the Boys in Green. Along with Don Givens and Ray Houghton, Howe was part of the task force charged with finding a successor for Steve Staunton in 2007 – a role Giovanni Trapattoni filled after Hodgson plumped for a move a move to Fulham. “Roy was close, very close, to taking charge of Ireland,” Howe told the matchday programme. “I said from the start then that he was the man we needed. Roy is someone I’ve known for years. “He knows all about management and coaching at the highest level, he knows what is needed for tournament football and he was the ideal fit. “I arranged a meeting between Roy, myself and the others working for the FAI. “Everything seemed to be on target but just as it looked like it was all coming together, Fulham came in and snapped him up. “I couldn’t blame them or Roy – it was a great opportunity for him and it was a huge success for both manager and club.” England manager Roy Hodgson was “very close” to taking charge of the Republic of Ireland eight years ago.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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first_imgLouis van Gaal will have to field a makeshift defence against Sunderland on Saturday after confirming Marcos Rojo will not be fit for the match at Old Trafford. Press Association Manchester United defender Rojo sat out Wednesday’s Capital One Cup win over Ipswich because of a hamstring injury he suffered against Southampton last weekend. With Paddy McNair also injured, Van Gaal was forced to play Ashley Young at left-back against Ipswich and the midfielder may play there again on Saturday. When asked whether Rojo would be fit enough to return for the visit of Dick Advocaat’s side, the United manager said: “No. The left-footed players, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo, are injured, so I have a problem.” Another option Van Gaal has is switching Matteo Darmian to left-back and bringing Antonio Valencia into the team on the opposite side of defence. Daley Blind can also fill in at left-back, but Van Gaal is wedded to the idea of fielding a left-footed player at centre-back, so he will stay there this weekend despite the fact Phil Jones is now fit following his thrombosis problem. “I have changed every player except a left-footed player so Daley Blind has played all the minutes (this season),” Van Gaal said. “(Chris) Smalling had also played all the minutes and because of that I (substituted) him (against Ipswich) and brought Jones in. “We have to spare players and Smalling and (Juan) Mata has played all the minutes, but I cannot spare Blind because all the left-footed players are injured.” Jones did not suffer any reaction to the problem that had caused him to miss the first nine games of the season. “I said in advance to Phil about how many minutes he thought he could play… 20, 30? He thought more,” Van Gaal added. “It is not so easy to do that, but I asked him after the game if he felt fit and he said he did. He could easily have played more minutes so that’s a good signal.” On recent form, Sunderland will cause United’s defence little trouble on Saturday. The Black Cats are winless and bottom of the table after six matches. United beat Sunderland 2-0 at Old Trafford last year thanks to a Wayne Rooney brace. The United captain has scored just two Premier League goals since that victory in February, but he found the net for the first time in domestic competition this season on Wednesday. The England skipper cushioned Blind’s long-range pass with his right foot before sweeping the ball past Ipswich stopper Bartosz Bialkowski with his left to put United ahead. When asked whether it was a relief to see Rooney score, Van Gaal said: “No, no, because I have said that Wayne shall score sooner or later. “It was a fantastic goal, the most beautiful goal of the evening.” Anthony Martial grabbed his fourth United goal after Andreas Pereira had doubled United’s lead with a superb 20-yard free-kick. Van Gaal praised Pereira’s strike, but told the 19-year-old Brazilian he has work to do to make it into the first-team on a regular basis. “He finished the game with a fantastic free-kick, he has the quality and that is why I let him take the free-kick,” Van Gaal said of the teenager, who was making his full debut. “He has quality but he is very young and he has to compete with players like Memphis Depay and Juan Mata.” last_img read more

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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Asian Games News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: From the wrestling ring to the shooting range, Indian athletes made the country proud on a nail-biting second day of Asian games 2018 Monday. While wrestler Vinesh Phogat became the first Indian woman to bag an Asian Games gold, shooter Lakshay Sheoran won silver medal by finishing second in the trap final. Compatriot Manavjit Singh Sandhu, on the other hand, finished fifth in the same. Hence after the second day of the 18th Asian games, India rose to the seventh spot in the Asian Games medal tally with 2 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze.Read | Asian Games 2018, Day 3 LIVE updates: India women’s kabaddi team take on Sri LankaAlso, Day 3 has a slew of exciting matches lined up and the fans are definitely in for a treat as Indian athletes eye for more medals in Asia’s biggest sporting extravaganza.Badminton:Women’s team event: 8 am ISTIndia vs JapanMen’s team quarterfinal: 1 pm ISTInda vs IndonesiaBasketballWomen’s Preliminary Round match: 9 am ISTIndia vs Unified KoreaHandballMen’s handball: 10 am ISTIndia vs Malaysia:HockeyMen’s Pool match: 7 pm ISTKabaddiWomen’s team event: 8:40 am ISTIndia vs ThailandMen’s team event: 3 pm ISTIndia vs South KoreaSepaktakraw:Men’s Team Regu Preliminary RoundIndia vs Iran 8 am ISTIndia vs Indonesia 2 pm ISTWomen’s Team Regu Preliminary Round: 11 amIndia vs Lao        ShootingWomen’s Trap event Qualification Day 2: 7 am ISTShreyasi Singh, Seema TomarMen’s 10m Air Rifle Qualification: 6:30 am ISTRavi Kumar, Deepak KumarMen’s Trap Qualification Day 2: 8 am ISTManavjit Singh SandhuWomen’s 10m Air Rifle Qualification: 8:30 am ISTElavenil Valarivan, Apurvi ChandelaSwimmingMen’s 800m Freestyle Qualification: 8am ISTAdvait PageMen’s 50m Backstroke: 8:22am ISTSrihati Nataraj, Arvind ManiMen’s 200m Individual Medley Qualification: 7:45am ISTNeel RoyMen’s 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay Qualification: 9:15 am ISTTaekwondoWomen’s 53 Kg: 9 am ISTLatika BhandariTennis: Starts at 9 amMen’s Singles: Prajnesh Gunneswaran vs M Rifqi FitriadiRamkumar Ramanathan vs Kit Hong WongMen’s Doubles:Rohan Bopanna/Divij Sharan vs IA Susanto/DA SusantoSumit Nagal/Ramkumar Ramanathan vs Abhishek Bastola/SB BajracharyaWomen’s Singles:Ankita Raina vs Beatrice GumulyaKarman Kaur Thandi vs Jargal AltansarnaiMixed DoublesRohan Bopanna/Prarthana ThombareWomen’s DoublesAnkita Raina/Prarthana Thombare vs SM Khan/ U SuhailVolleyballMen’s Preliminary 2:30pm ISTIndia vs Hong KongWushu start 6 pm ISTMen’s Sanda -56kgSantosh Kumar vs Zaid Ali WazeaMen’s Sanda -60kgBhanu Pratap Singh vs Foroud ZafariMen’s Sanda -60kgNarender Grewal vs Jr Clemente TabugaraWrestling starts 12 pm ISTMen:Sumit 125 KgWomen:Vinesh Phogat 50 KgPinki 53 KgPooja Dhandhi 57 KgSakshi Malik 62 Kg last_img read more

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first_imgThe USC Shoah Foundation will implement 100 Days to Inspire Respect, an initiative aimed at providing teachers easy-to-use tools to address important and sensitive classroom topics. Starting Jan. 20 and ending on April 29, the plan was inspired by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who announced an aggressive 100-day agenda after assuming office in 1933. 100 Days to Inspire Respect concentrates on middle and high school students and their teachers. Weekly themes will include hatred, racism, civil rights and immigration. Each day, a new IWitness learning activity will be released by USC Shoah Foundation’s Education Department. Multimedia from the Institute’s Visual History Archive, the world’s largest repository of testimony from survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust, will also be provided to teachers and their students on a daily basis.IWitness is a free educational website with over 1,500 video testimonies, multimedia activities and digital resources. The platform encourages students to participate actively in a type of learning that connect students with the past, engage them in the present and motivates them to build a better future. The IWitness program also encourages students and teachers to enter its annual Video Challenge, in which they compete for over $10,000 in prizes.Kori Street, director of education at the USC Shoah Foundation, emphasized the power of testimony to make an impact and familiarize students with the importance of testimony as a valuable source of knowledge.“By completing the learning activities we built around clips of video testimonies from genocide witnesses, high school and middle school students learn about the need for compassion and the importance to make a positive contribution to civil society,” Street said.Though the mission’s goal is directed at middle and high school students, Street emphasized that USC students can contribute to the initiative as well by watching the testimony, sharing their ideas for further projects and modelling respectful behavior.The first three days will emphasize the power of testimony to educate the community and connect people. The remaining days will address themes of countering hatred and intolerance. Participating students will familiarize themselves with the different types and expressions of hate, tolerance of competing perspectives and the means by which people are excluded and labeled “othered.”Succeeding the 2016 presidential election, intimidation and coercion has been reported by teachers across the nation. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there have been over 900 reports of harassment and tyranization in schools. California had the largest number of hate incidents with 99 reports, followed by New York with 69 and Texas with 57. Street touched on the importance of this campaign in relation to America’s current political tide.“Fake news, cyber-bullying and face-to-face bullying are all manifestations of rising divisions and rising hatred and racism,” Street said. “But I think it is important to note that we are not focusing on political partisanship. This isn’t about the President-elect, it’s not about parties. It’s about saying, ‘You know what, we all need to be respectful and empathetic and knowledgeable and engaged.’ We need to find our way back to when we could have political or personal dialog and differences without it descending into an inappropriate Twitter war.”last_img read more

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first_imgUntil the horn sounded at the end of the first half, every one of Syracuse’s points had come from a familiar face. Gabby Cooper’s layup at the buzzer gave SU a 42-28 lead at the break, but until that point it had been Syracuse’s seniors leading the way.Four seniors, 40 points.Four-hundred-fifty-eight collective starts over parts of five seasons culminated on Thursday night. Four players together since the 2013-14 season scored 68 of Syracuse’s 85 points, 85 percent of SU’s offense. On senior night, No. 20 Syracuse’s (19-9, 10-5 Atlantic Coast) seniors led SU to an 85-63 victory over Wake Forest (15-13, 5-9) inside the Carrier Dome. WFU struggled to break the SU press with consistency as the Orange’s veterans commanded the game from tipoff in their final time on the Carrier Dome floor.“It was a long time coming,” said Sykes, who has started in 132 career games. “It’s bittersweet.”With the loss, the unranked Demon Deacons have lost six of its last eight. SU, meanwhile, may now be playing its best basketball of the season. And its last two games, Thursday night’s blowout over WFU and Sunday night’s near-upset of Notre Dame, have proved that.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShould the Orange beat Pittsburgh on Sunday, a team it blew out by 28 points earlier this month, it will have won six of its last eight regular-season games. Four of the games have come against Top 25 opponents. In its latest outing Thursday night, Syracuse got out to leads of nine after 10 minutes, 14 at the half, 17 after three quarters and 22 at the end.Early, Briana Day, the 6-foot-4 center, needed another rebound and basket to get her eight double-double of the season, so she skied for a long rebound. She landed, gathered herself and rose up to lay up the ball for two. She reached a double-double with four minutes left — in the second quarter. She finished with 17 points and 15 rebounds, helping SU command the glass and score 21 second-chance points.Alexis Peterson, Syracuse’s do-it-all point guard, finished with 25 points shooting an efficient 11-of-22 overall. The ACC Player of the Year candidate and conference’s leading scorer put on a clinic, with no play more evident of that than a second-quarter drove. She handled a crossover dribble to beat her defender and, with her left hand, sailed the ball over a help defender’s arms for two points. Her full-court traps helped lead to 25 WFU turnovers.“Peterson doesn’t have to do it alone,” Wake Forest head coach Jennifer Hoover said. “And she knows that.”Brittney Sykes, who ranks second in scoring in the ACC behind only Peterson, committed an uncharacteristic seven turnovers. She scored just 16 points on 6-of-16 shooting, but dished out five assists and narrowly missed a double-double with nine rebounds.In a brief first-quarter stretch, Sykes flashed the skillset that has her in contention for All-ACC First Team. She had an and-1 driving across the paint form left-to-right. A few possessions later, she took a dribble toward the basket, then screeched to a halt and hit a 15-foot jumper to enliven more than 1,000 fans in attendance.“We’ve watched this Dome go from maybe 150 friends, 70 of those being staff members, to 11,000,” senior guard Alexis Peterson said, referring to SU’s record crowd Sunday night. “It’s something I’ll be able to tell my kids in 20 years, that I was part of one of the greatest Syracuse teams in my four years.”And Slim, the senior forward who averages only 4.7 points per game, scored five points in the first quarter alone. She hit a 3-pointer, grabbed six rebounds and finished with eight points, her highest total since Jan. 8, an 11 game span.After the buzzer sounded, the four seniors walked off the court to a standing ovation. Peterson walked along the baseline, hugging and high-fiving the fans that have seen her develop from a fledging freshman with just one start on her resume to one of the country’s best players. Sykes, who’s recovered from two knee injuries that sidelined her for a season, did similarly on the near sideline.In their final games at the Carrier Dome, Syracuse’s seniors delivered.“They made our program better,” SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “But we know we’re not done yet.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 23, 2017 at 9:03 pm Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21last_img read more

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first_imgThrow-in is at 1.30 in Croke Park on Sunday and Tipp FM will have full live coverage. Charlie McGeever’s charges have so far recorded wins against Clare, Waterford and Galway.Kildare etched out a two point win against Cavan in the All Ireland quarter final to progress to Sunday’s semi final.Tipp under 21 and senior selector for 2015 Michael O’Loughlin feels Tipp have tightened their defence and upped their attacking game since the loss to Kerry in the Munster final.last_img