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CATCH Healthy Habits Early

Guests: Christine Beatty, Executive Dir., Madison Senior Center Pat Gilbert, Civic Engagement Dir., The OASIS Institute, St. Louis The Madison Senior Center, in partnership with The OASIS Institute, has received support to implement the CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) Healthy Habits Program. This inter-generational program connects adult volunteers age 50 and older with children,… Read more »

WOMEN CELEBRATE EQUALITY: A Day and A Journey

Guests: Eve Galanter, Chair, Wisconsin Women’s Network Judy Patrick, Pres. and CEO, Women’s Foundation of Californa 91 years ago this month, one lone Tennessee legislator changed his vote (at the insistence of his mother), and that was enough to ratify passage of the 19th Amendment, giving American women the right to vote. Thursday, August 25th,… Read more »

HEALTH CARE AS A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT

Guest: Gene Farley, M.D. retired physician, emeritus faculty, UW Medical School former Chair, UW Department of Family Medicine Dr. Gene Farley, along with his wife Dr. Linda Farley who passed away in 2009, has been a longtime leading proponent of health care reform and a strong activist of the idea that quality medicine is a… Read more »

HOME HEALTH UNITED: CARING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Guests: Rick Bourne, President/CEO, Home Health United Janet Bollig, Director of Social Work, Spiritual Services and Community Resource Program With a growing clientele and shrinking dollars, Home Health United remains dedicated to helping people remain as safe, healthy and independent as possible in their own homes. To accomplish that goal in today’s uncertain economy requires… Read more »

AN INFLUENTIAL LEADER: DR. FRANK BYRNE

Guest: Dr. Frank Byrne, President, St. Mary’s Hospital Recently named one of the 50 Most Influential Physician Executives in Healthcare by Modern Physician and Modern Healthcare magazines, Dr. Frank Byrne shares his views on the challenges health care leaders face today, and how St. Mary’s Hospital fits into our community health care environment. Acknowledging our… Read more »