Dr. Saad Saad talked about his career as a pediatric surgeon. He has a fascinating life story to share and he also has life lessons to share that he has already taught his children. Dr. Saad as finally reached retirement after spending 47 years helping his medical clients. He has made a lasting impression with his inventions, service and sacrifices.
Dr. Saad is a native of Palestine, born in the 1940s. At the time, that area was experiencing dramatic and rapid differences. When the State of Israel was built several Palestinians had to find a new home. Dr. Saad’s father was traveling for business and his mother was forced to take a bus with her children to a foreign place.
Point Of No Return
The day they had to leave she left the key under mat and her and kids took nothing but the clothes they wore. They thought was that this would be a short roundtrip.
The sad part is that return trip did not happen. The family was being permanently transferred to West Bank, never to return to their original home. His father finally found them after searching for hours and then paying a boat captain a large sum to take him across the river where his family was. Dr. Saad’s father was a petroleum mechanic when Middle East oil was first being discovered and sold to foreign places.
Starting Over In Foreign Land
In the 1950s when mechanics were a strong field, he relocated the family to Kuwait. This is where Dr. Saad spent the majority of his childhood. While Dr. Saad was in school, his father taught him to look at his hard situation. He was experiencing a resettling, he had no country, no apparent future, and no passport. He advised Dr. Saad that the only way he would gain respect is by getting highly educated. Equipped with a high level of education he understood he was capable of anything and he could be anybody. One time in the 1960s Dr. Saad accompanied his brother to a construction site in Kuwait. Dr. Saad was in high school at the time. The heat began to get unbearable, and after a while Dr. Saad fell ill and in time he fainted. Once he regained consciousness, he learned that the heat of the summer had given him a heat stroke. This is when he realized he wasn’t built for outdoor labor work. Learn more : https://angel.co/saad-saad-2
Neurocore is a scientific research company that focuses on the neurological conditions and the way in which the brain works. The company started in 2004 and really got into brain training which is a thought process that if you work on training the brain to do some things and not to do others than you can promote a happier stress free life in which you can beat depression and other ailments that you may have as well as have better focus just to name a few. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com. After the company had success in the research program the company then opened up clinics in the state of Michigan where they opened to the public to treat people through brain training. Because the research is so new the treatment that patients get at the clinic must be paid for out of the pocket of the patient as insurances really do cover brain training yet as it is the first time that it is being used as a treatment for people.
The clinic had great success so the company opened up more clinics in the state and then expanded down to Florida with great excitement. Now that they have continued to have great success changing the way in which people think about the brain and how you can train the brain to do some things and to avoid doing other things the company is looking to expand all over the United States. The goal of the Neurocore is to make brain training a normal part of treatment for patients that have struggled as severe as depression or as simple as have trouble focusing at work. For a patient that is receiving brain training at a clinic, they have a team that is behind them every step of the way in which people can go ahead and begins a journey to a better life for themselves. The treatment does vary per patient just like any other medical treatment and that means that the duration of the treatment does vary depending on the patient which is why it is so important for all patients to be willing to put in the time to get the treatment they need and do everything that the team wants them to do in order to train their brain long term. Visit manta.com to know more about Neurocore.
Bernardo Chua is the founder and CEO of ORGANO, which is a direct sales company selling coffee and tea, among other food products. Prior to opening his own company, Chua worked as an executive for Gano Excel where he helped to expand the company in the North American region.
Chua has stated that one of his biggest accomplishments has been the founding and global growth of ORGANO. It is through his company that, Bernardo Chua has been able to help many people improve their health, be able to offer jobs that allow others to financially provide for their families, as well as aid his distributors in growth and revenue. This accomplishment is most appealing to me because despite the company’s growth, Chua does not seem to lose sight in his willingness to help others. View Bernardo Chua’s full profile at LinkedIn
Helping people improve their health goes back to an herb called ganoderma that is sold within ORGANO’s products. Although Chua grew up in the Philippines, his Chinese heritage allowed him to gain knowledge of such an herb. Ganoderma can be found around the world but is especially sought-after in many Asian countries because it is believed to help support a healthy immune system. Chua is one of the first to successfully market the herb with teas and coffee outside the Asian market.
Along with an aim toward healthy products, the OG Care Foundation was created with the growth of the company and aims toward helping disadvantaged youth around the world. Bernardo Chua’s drive and passion to help others paved the way for the development of his business model. He describes direct selling as a “people-driven-business,” and believes you must love people at any level in the industry in order to be successful. This allowed Chua to construct a globally flourishing company. Read more: https://www.thestreet.com/story/13132871/1/bernardo-chua-expands-organo-golds-operations-into-turkey.html
Bundled payments has gained some buzz in the medical and healthcare industries. Executives working in these industries are always striving to create more effective ways to create bundled payments for patients. Deirdre Baggot is a leading executive in the healthcare industry.
Deirdre Baggot has an extensive educational background. She has a PhD, MBA and a BSN. She led the bundled payment division for CMS Acute Care Episode. She has also managed and developed growth strategies for consulting companies. She has helped consulting companies to create innovative forms of payment. Additionally, she has also worked for advisory forms to help them create a more effective bundled payment system. Find out more about Baggot at Beckers Hospital Review
She has worked to create client relationships between medical facilities and patients. She worked to assist over two hundred hospitals to design and implement bundled payment systems into their business operations. Her work with bundled payments has helped decrease costs for patients. Not only do these savings effect patients but they also allow medical professionals and hospitals to lower costs. She advises senior level executives on their healthcare systems.
Her advisory work has led her to advising and guiding major organizations on bundled payments. She has worked for Medicaid and Medicare services. Her worth for these services and healthcare companies alike have caused her to be recognized on a national level. When she is not advising large corporations and organizations on creating and implementing bundled payments, she is speaking on these payments at major national conferences. She has made speaking engagements for the American Heart Association, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Innovation Summit, American College of Healthcare Executives and the Bundled Payment Summit.
Deirdre Baggot believes the healthcare industry has a bright future with the new trend of wearables. She loves how wearables get patients active and engages them with their health. She will believe wearables will ignite patients on learning more about their health and hopefully will cause more responsibility in the medical community since the third cause of deaths in the United States is because of medical errors. Along with bundled payments, the healthcare expert sees a brighter future for patients everywhere.
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