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Cyborgcare Launches as the Ultimate Online Marketplace for Health and Wellness Enthusiasts

Israel, Tel Aviv: Cyborgcare, the ultimate online marketplace for cyborg technology products, smart medical devices, gadgets, and wearables. Our platform offers a comprehensive selection of over 500 items designed to improve your health and wellbeing, covering everything from skin, body, hair, eyes, teeth, and nails to medical equipment for fitness centers, beauty salons, clinics, and hospitals.

We understand that keeping up with the latest advancements in cyborg technology can be overwhelming, which is why we’ve created a transparent and user-friendly ecosystem that empowers you to explore and purchase the products you need with ease. Our platform offers an intuitive shopping experience with a wide range of categories and filters to help you find the right products for your unique needs.

At Cyborgcare, we’re dedicated to providing you with qualified online support. Our team of experts is here to answer your questions, offer product recommendations, and help you make informed decisions about your health and wellbeing. Whether you’re new to the world of cyborg technology or an experienced biohacker, our support team is here to help you every step of the way.

We also provide a directory of local services, doctors, consultants, and technicians. Our platform helps you connect with local experts who can provide personalized guidance and support for your biohacking lifestyle. From finding a qualified technician to install your smart medical device to booking a consultation with a top-rated doctor, our directory is a valuable resource for anyone interested in improving their health and wellbeing with the latest technology.

Cyborgcare is committed to promoting a biohacking lifestyle that helps people stay healthy, confident, and happy. Our mission is to empower you with the tools and resources you need to achieve your health and wellness goals. We’re excited to announce that worldwide sales and distribution will be coming soon, so stay tuned for updates and be sure to check out our website to explore our products and services.

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Dental Industry Leader Laura Nelson To Launch Groundbreaking Podcast Series “Dear Laura”


The “Ask Laura” Show Podcast from Front Office Rocks is a must-listen for dental professionals.

Coronado (Calif.)

“Ask Laura” is a new podcast from Front Office Rocks founder Laura Nelson. A well-known dental practice management expert and the nation’s foremost expert on virtual front office training for dental practices, Laura will offer insightful tips, advice, and tactics for dental professionals looking to enhance their practices and provide patients with the highest quality of patient care and service.

Eagerly anticipated by those in the dental industry, The “Ask Laura” podcast, which will be accessible on all major podcasting platforms, is scheduled to debut the first week of February. Listeners are encouraged to submit questions to Laura, who will answer directly on the show.​​

According to Laura, “I am thrilled to launch this new podcast and give dental practitioners a useful tool to help them improve their practices.”

Laura will explore several diverse subjects on her show, including brand awareness, customer service, and the expansion of practices. “My mission is to equip dental professionals with the tools they need to flourish and give patients the greatest experience possible.”

Additional topics which will be covered on the “Ask Laura” show include dental practice management, virtual dental training, dental customer service, dental team training, dental office efficiency, dental practice growth, dental practice marketing, dental practice scheduling, dental practice insurance, dental office culture, dental assistant development, dental hygienist training, dental practice software, dental practice hiring and employee management, dental practice re-care and retention, and dental practice communications to name a few.

The “Ask Laura” podcast will also feature interviews with industry thought leaders and professionals in addition to expert advice, giving listeners access to a variety of viewpoints and knowledge.

“I’m ecstatic to bring my decades of experience and expertise to the ‘Ask Laura’ show and offer dental professionals practical tips and tactics they can put into practice,” said Nelson. “I think I can help dental professionals achieve unbelievable results in their clinics and give patients the finest experience possible by sharing my expertise and experience.”

For dentists striving to enhance their practices and offer the finest patient experience, the “Ask Laura” show is a must-listen. Watch the first episode the first week of February and subscribe to the program on all popular podcasting websites.

Visit the Front Office Rocks website or email Laura Nelson at for more information on the “Ask Laura” show.

About Front Office Rocks:

Dental professionals will learn the skills they need to advance their practices and give patients the best possible experience with Front Office Rocks, an online training resource. The business provides several online learning opportunities, including coaching, live seminars, and on-demand video sessions. Dedicated to empowering dental professionals to flourish in their roles and achieve unheard-of results in their practices, Front Office Rocks is led by Laura Nelson, a renowned dental practice management specialist.

About Laura Nelson:

Laura Nelson BS, MS, FAADOM, is the founder of Front Office Rocks and a renowned dental office management specialist. She has devoted time to researching how to lead and develop her team members, drawing on her years of expertise in the dental industry to achieve unprecedented growth. Along with coaching hundreds of dentists and dental team members, she has also given dentists and office managers the tools they need to flourish at performance-based hiring. Her objective is to impart her knowledge and skills to dental professionals so they may enhance their procedures and give patients the best experience possible.

The “Ask Laura” program is a terrific resource for dentists who want to enhance their practices and give patients the finest possible care. Anyone working in the dental field ought to listen to this program because it contains professional guidance, practical techniques, and a variety of viewpoints. Watch the first episode the first week of February and subscribe to the program on all popular podcasting websites. 

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Dental industry Leader Dr. Scott Leune To Launch Groundbreaking Podcast Series “Dear Scott”


The “Dear Scott Show” Podcast Is Being Released by Breakaway Seminar in an Effort to Assist Dentists and Dental Practices in Conquering Obstacles and Expanding Their Businesses.

(City, State) – [Location] Breakaway Seminar, a leading provider of business training and consulting services for dentists, is pleased to announce the launch of their new podcast, “The Dear Scott Show.” In the first episode, scheduled to air in February, Dr. Scott Leune will answer questions about problems that dental practice owners are currently dealing with and have submitted to the show.

The purpose of the show is to educate and empower dental professionals by delivering them actionable information and ideas that they can use to expand their practices. According to Dr. Leune, “We could not be more excited to launch this new resource for dental professionals.”

The Dear Scott Show will consist of weekly episodes that are each twenty minutes long and will be taped weekly. These episodes will be released on the company’s social media platforms once per week, with clips shared on social media in the gaps between episodes. During the show, Dr. Leune will respond to questions or challenges posed by viewers, such as “I now run one practice but am considering starting a second; when is the optimal time to do it?”

The goal of Breakaway Seminar is to provide private dentists with cutting – edge business models, operational procedures, and growth strategies so they can enjoy more success in their practices. The Dear Scott Show is an extension of that mission, and it offers dentists helpful insights and guidance in a manner that is convenient and easy to access.

Dr. Leune added, “The Dear Scott Show is an ideal addition to our already established seminar offerings and consulting services. It enables us to communicate with a more extensive audience and deliver an even greater amount of value to dental professionals interested in elevating their practices to the next level.”

The Advanced Startup Seminar and the Business Masters Seminar are two of the core services offered by Breakaway Seminar. The Dear Scott Show is the most recent addition to this collection of offerings. These events have received a lot of positive feedback, which has helped the organization establish itself as a prominent business training company for dentists and members of their teams.

About Breakaway Seminar:

It is Breakaway Seminar’s objective to support private dentists and assist them in thriving by providing them with cutting-edge business models, processes, and strategies. Breakaway Seminar is a prominent provider of business training and consulting services for dentists. The organization gives its clients access to a wide range of services, such as the Advanced Startup Seminar, the Business Masters Seminar, and, most recently, the Dear Scott Show podcast.

About Dr. Scott Leune:

Dr. Scott Leune is a prominent business strategist and speaker in the field of dentistry. He has vast expertise in establishing and maintaining profitable dental businesses. He is the founder of Breakaway Seminar, which has been of assistance to a large number of practices all throughout the country in their pursuit of financial success. The education offered at Breakaway Seminar’s events and through its consulting services is built on the foundation of Dr. Leune’s experiences and the lessons he has learned the hard way.

Visit their website at to acquire additional information regarding the Dear Scott Show and the other services provided by Breakaway Seminar. 

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Dental Whale Launches Cutting-Edge Learning Series to Help Dentists Save Money


Dental Whale Introduces a New Learning Series Podcast to assist Dental Professionals with saving money on purchases.

Sunrise, Florida – Dental Whale, a leading online source of dental supplies and equipment from some of the biggest names in the industry, is pleased to announce the release of its new Learning Series podcast. Beginning in the first week of February, dental professionals may check in to learn about the latest industry trends, best practices, and new products from industry experts.

The Dental Whale Learning Series podcast is ideal for keeping dentists and dental practices up-to-date on industry news and making informed purchasing decisions. The podcast will feature interviews with industry leaders, product reviews, and professional advice on several topics, including technology, materials, instruments, and practice management.

“We are thrilled to introduce this new resource for dental professionals,” said Joe Cavaretta, CEO of Dental Whale. “We recognize how important it is to stay current in the business, and we believe that the Dental Whale Learning Series podcast will be a great tool for dental professionals wishing to enhance their practice while saving money on top brand supplies and equipment.”

All major podcast sites, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts, will carry the Dental Whale Learning Series podcast. Subscribe to the podcast on your chosen platform or visit (link to be updated) to stay up to speed on new episodes.

About Dental Whale

Dental Whale is a supplier of top-brand dental supplies and equipment, allowing dental professionals to save up to 40% on supplies, labs, or equipment. Dental Whale, with a staff of skilled specialists, is dedicated to assisting dental practices in improving their bottom line.


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Underrepresentation & Overconsumption: Analysing the Diversity Gaps in Clinical Trials

Randomised clinical trials (RCTs) have long been considered the bedrock for evidence-based treatment (EBT). Thus they should be designed to be pragmatic and accumulate data representing the larger population for the disease profile. However, the research output is jeopardised severely by the limited enrollment of social, racial, and ethnic minority groups.

The FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) has reported that only 5% of patients partaking in clinical trials are Black, less than 2% are Asian, and as for Latinos, the percentage is as low as 1%.

This disparity is threatening, as it causes trials to show variance in effectiveness. 

Releasing a draft guidance, the FDA has placed emphasis on enhancing diversity in industry-sponsored clinical trials (iCTs), reported Clinical Leader. 

The agency urges investors and sponsors to devise and present a Race and Ethnicity Diversity Plan early in the trial process as per the framework delineated in the guideline.

Why Does Diversity in Clinical Trials Matter

Even though racial and ethnic populations in the United States have a disproportionate burden for specific ailments, they are most often underrepresented in biomedical studies, said the FDA.

With “underrepresented racial and ethnic populations,” the FDA indicates ethnic groups like “Black or African American, Hispanic/Latino, Indigenous and Native American, Asian, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders, and other persons of colour.”

Considering the response and exposure of over 20% of drugs vary with racial differences, the FDA marks race and ethnic minority inclusion in iCT as a pressing need.

According to a study, white Americans are predicted to become a minority by 2045. The white demographic decline in the USA makes clinical trial diversification critical to confirm that newly developed drugs are safe and effective for whoever may use them across the country. 

“The U.S. population has become increasingly diverse, and ensuring meaningful representation of racial and ethnic minorities in clinical trials for regulated medical products is fundamental to public health,” said FDA Commissioner Robert M. Califf, M.D. “Going forward, achieving greater diversity will be a key focus throughout the FDA to facilitate the development of better treatments and better ways to fight diseases that often disproportionately impact diverse communities.”

Barriers to Improving Patient Participation Diversity in Clinical Trials

According to the FDA, the scepticism of the trial process stemming from several historical events deter ethnic minorities from participating in iCTs.

Other factors include limited access to healthcare for ethnic minorities, socioeconomic conditions, insufficient patient recruitment and retention efforts, time and monetary restraints, etc.

The result: gaps in clinical trial diversity that affects the trial success rate.

How to Fill the Diversity Gaps

What can help bridge the diversity gaps in iCT and accelerate effective products to market?

Decentralised Clinical Trial (DCT) Platforms 

The COVID-19 outbreak has made sponsors realise the significance of DCTs in filling the diversity gaps in healthcare research and accelerating the long-overdue changes in trial design.

Let’s see how:

  • DCTs and hybrid study models allow trial teams to expand their participant pools. 
  • DCT platforms such as ObvioHealth that include ePRO and eConsent enable patients to contribute to clinical trials from the comfort of their homes.
  • By helping overcome barriers to participant recruitment, DCTs and hybrid models have encouraged a much higher enrollment rate.

The result: augmented trial outcomes that represent real-world patient populations.

Ethnically Diverse Workforce

According to research, the lack of workforce diversity in the USA has been highlighted as a leading factor impeding the inclusion of diverse populations and causing disparities in oncology trial results.

The good news? Studies found that 74% of Black and 81% of Latinx people are willing to volunteer for clinical trials if their physicians advise. With that said, engaging the workforce in clinical trials from underrepresented groups can help build trust with at-risk participants. 

On top of that, the NHS recognised workforce diversity as the key factor to bring clinical trials closer to underserved folks. 

Patient Expense Reimbursement

The FDA recognised patient expense reimbursement as an effective way to enhance clinical trial diversity. However, the lack of a consistent approach among CROs and regulators makes the process slow and ineffective. 

Wrapping Up

The FDA sheds light on the significance of global efforts in increasing patient diversity. DCT can be a step change in helping sponsors improve the enrollment of participants from underrepresented racial and ethnic populations in clinical trials. 

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Decentralization Plays a Key Role in Enhancing Oncological Care, Says ObvioHealth

New York, NY, Jan 20 — Leading Virtual research organization (VRO), ObvioHealth sheds light on the role of decentralized clinical trials(DCTs) in improving the quality of care for oncology patients.

“Extending the survivability of an illness is a key goal in the development of new medications, medical devices, and treatment protocols,” explains a spokesperson from ObvioHealth. “Increasing overall quality of care is an equally worthwhile objective. Incorporating DCT elements facilitates both goals.”

According to the VRO, conducting clinical trials is an effective way of improving the quality of life for cancer patients during and after treatment. However, clinical research in oncology isn’t reaching the patients who could benefit the most. 

Even though the barriers to clinical trial participation have been a topic of frequent research, no subsequent policy changes have shifted the paradigm enough to vastly change trial participation rates over time.  

Case in point: Clinical barriers (e.g., not meeting eligibility criteria) and structural barriers (e.g., the absence of an available clinical trial, travel cost, etc.) make trial participation unachievable for more than three-quarters of oncology patients, according to a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 

For cancer patients with rare, irremediable, or life-threatening physical conditions, DCT designs can bring new care options by increasing their access to innovative therapeutics. 

However, due to having logistic constraints, full decentralization is not feasible for some types of clinical trials in the oncology space. 

Delivering drugs to a patient’s home, maintaining drug stability, and hiring certified nurses to administer drugs to patients at home are some of the constraints to oncology trial decentralization. 

Despite these hurdles, adopting DCT elements through hybrid trial models is rapidly gaining momentum. 

As a more patient-centric approach to oncology trials, DCTs can streamline trial processes while also significantly enhancing trial logistics. 

A DCT’s potential to facilitate access by eliminating geographic barriers to entry is a game-changer for cancer research and treatment. With DCTs in place, local oncologists can refer patients to trial screenings without overwhelming a small community hospital that can’t support centralized research.

The VRO highlights DCT and hybrid clinical studies as the way forward to reduce patient burden in oncology trials. 

Even though much of oncology research still requires on-site participation, specific appointments are more administrative than interventional and don’t need the one-on-one involvement of a physician.

Allowing participants to volunteer for trials from the comfort of their homes, DCTs minimize the need for in-person visits, thus decreasing patient burden substantially.

In addition, participants’ reluctance to report symptoms or hesitation to contact their trial support staff if they develop side effects can impact data quality and ultimately, the accuracy of trial endpoints. 

DCT solutions include convenient in-app messaging tools that help patients communicate with physicians and flag symptoms that they might otherwise consider insignificant.

On top of this, by enabling real-time reporting and communication, DCT solutions drive data quality and allow study teams to make evidence-based, data-driven decisions around the effect of a treatment on a participant’s quality of life.

Instead of capturing a brief snapshot of a patient’s health during a clinical visit, DCT solutions enable study teams to gain a longitudinal view of how their patients’ health may be trending. Continuous monitoring of risk factors, health outcomes, or both, based on the symptoms logged by patients with ePRO, helps sponsors make data-driven decisions about patient care.

To navigate challenges to success and extend access to life-improving treatments for cancer patients, adopting the modular approach (e.g., leveraging digital questionnaires or online recruitment) to oncology trials is critical, explains ObvioHelath.

Headquartered in New York, NY, ObvioHealth is a global digital health company committed to driving innovation in healthcare. With its tech-enabled nextGen DCT platforms, ObvioHelath helps sponsors effortlessly produce robust therapeutic evidence. 

Interested parties can find more information about ObvioHealth by visiting

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Central Nervous System Research Benefits from Decentralized Clinical Trial Solutions, According to ObvioHealth

Leading Virtual Trail Organization (VRO), ObvioHealth marks the role of decentralized clinical solutions in addressing the key challenges in central nervous system (CNS) research.

“DCT solutions, by leveraging a modular approach, can address four key challenges in central nervous system research to reduce participant uncertainty and burden, increase participant compliance, and drive data quality,” explains a spokesperson from ObvioHealth. 

According to ObvioHealth, the possibility of suffering from physical immobility and cognitive impairment among patients with CNS conditions prohibit them from participating in trials with on-site visits. The result is extremely expensive and time-intensive patient enrollment and participation that can cause substantial lags in CNS clinical trials. 

The VRO highlights hybrid and decentralized studies as the way forward to minimize the patient burden. Providing participants with the flexibility and support required, DCTs also help improve data quality. 

On top of this, by enabling patients to contribute to CNS trials from the comfort of their homes, digital solutions that include ePRO and eConsent significantly shift the paradigm to a much higher enrollment rate. 

In addition, stigma related to CNS disorders is pervasive in clinical studies and acts as a deterrent for CNS trial participation. 

Concerns about being typified or judged, exposing personal health information, or being otherwise negatively labeled can significantly impact a patient’s willingness to volunteer for a CNS clinical trial.

By enabling participants to maintain a more comfortable distance from the trial team while also ensuring they get immediate support whenever needed, decentralized and hybrid studies offer privacy tailored to a patient’s preferences. The result is destigmatized clinical trials leading to improved patient recruitment and retention rates. 

Even though clinician- and patient-reported outcomes are the basis for gauging multiple endpoints in CNS clinical studies, they are often prone to skewed perceptions and recall bias. In addition to participant subjectivity, the possibility of variability across expert raters impacts data quality and ultimately, the accuracy of trial endpoints. 

While with ePRO and eClinRo, clinicians and patients can submit data on symptoms and behavior in real-time using their own devices, with eCOA, experts can streamline the review process.

The result is augmented reporting and clinical assessments that can minimize clinician variability and limit the risk of data distortion, thus driving data quality.

Due to CNS trials involving research on critical brain functions, keeping patients under constant follow-up is vital, explains ObvioHealth. 

That said, patients who drop out during the trial pose a major concern for clinical teams as well as significantly impact the trial success rate. 

The end-to-end support and patient-centric processes offered in decentralized and hybrid approaches help clinical teams keep participants engaged throughout the trial period and over time.

While the human-centric designs with DCT studies help address patient requirements faster, the virtual site team, real-time data collection, and remote monitoring of patients with these approaches notably decrease patient attrition rates in CNS trials. 

According to the VRO, substantial emphasis is placed on conducting CNS clinical trials today, with central nervous system disorder remaining the leading reason behind mortality and morbidity worldwide.

Case in point: Over 4,000 CNS clinical trials are predicted to be underway by 2026, according to Evaluate Pharma. 

To navigate challenges to success, and accelerate the process of marketing life-improving new treatments, adopting DCT models within CNS research is critical. 

ObvioHealth’s patient-centric DCT solutions help study teams address the issues of data inaccuracy and interoperability essential to deliver robust clinical outcomes and endpoints.

Founded in 2017, ObvioHealth is a global digital health organization led by an expert team. ObvioHelath develops and runs decentralized clinical trial solutions across the globe that help capture more robust and accurate data to speed up drug development. 

Interested parties can learn more about ObvioHealth by visiting

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Salford schoolgirl with cerebral palsy, Ava Roberts lands starring role in animation to encourage more young girls into STEM

London, UK, 11 Jan — In the latest in Bold Content Video’s series of animations, which explore different aspects of STEM to inspire primary school-aged children to think and talk about technology like drones, robotics and AI and the role it plays in their lives, we meet a new character. Ava.

Ava’s animated character was created by our Animation and Post-Production Producer Hannah Collins.

Ava, who has cerebral palsy, is based on real life ten-year-old Salford schoolgirl Ava Roberts. 

We worked very closely with Ava and her mum to create a character that represents Ava as accurately as possible – physically, her mannerisms and how she moves and speaks. We were given some video footage and photos of Ava in her wheelchair and we asked questions about how she wanted to be shown. For example, Ava has a tube coming from her nose so we wanted to ensure Ava would be happy for us to feature this. It was very important for us to make sure she was comfortable with how she was portrayed.

When we wrote the script, we gave Ava plenty of dialogue as a Lab Assistant to series regulars Katie and Tex, the dog. This is the first time a character with cerebral palsy has been featured. 

For the voice over, Ava’s SENCO at school, Sarah Manson, asked the University of Salford in Manchester if they had an available recording studio. When the University learnt about the project and Ava’s involvement, they offered the facility free of charge.

Ava says it was fun to take part in the animation.

“I loved it! It was a new experience for me. I like that she looks like me and I liked that I could choose her name and give her my name. I helped choose Ava’s outfit and got to pick my favourite one the animators sent over. We had a showing in my class with popcorn and drinks! I loved it!”

When she leaves school Ava says she wants to be a teacher and “use tech to support pupils like me.”

Our animations are designed to encourage young children to be inquisitive about the technology they encounter – giving them a simplified understanding of how it works. We want children from as young as five to understand that people design and create the technology they use on a daily basis.

Each animation is brand sponsored and focuses on a different area of technology. The Cloud animation, featuring Ava, was sponsored by Computeam, and also includes a role model from their organisation. The animations are accompanied by supporting information to help teachers and parents explain the technology featured in more detail to children and there’s also an optional challenge for children to complete at home or in school.

This animated series is an open resource for anyone to use and has a huge reach among young children. We all want this series to be as inclusive as possible by creating characters from different cultures and with different abilities.

It’s really important for children to see someone they can connect with and feel represented by. 

The series of Tech We Can animations is designed to encourage more girls to consider a career in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) and has already been viewed by thousands of primary school children across the UK and beyond.

About Bold Content

Bold Content is an award-winning team of creative filmmakers and animators working out of East London. Our values are directly responsible for our growth and success over the last seven years during which we have earned a reputation for our high quality, creative productions which have gained us glowing client testimonials. We enjoy finding new and creative ways to solve problems. We use video storytelling to realise our client’s goals. We push the boundaries because we want our client’s content to stand out from the crowd.

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Medical And Mental Health Virtual Assistants From Virtual Nurse Rx Are Now Staffed By Registered Professionals

Virtual Nurse Rx, a leading provider of medical and mental health virtual assistants, has announced that their staff is now exclusively made up of mental health professionals and registered nurses with hands-on experience in their respective fields. This change comes as part of the company’s commitment to providing the best possible care for their mental health and medical clients respectively.

“We believe that our clients deserve the best possible care, and that means having therapist assistants who are also mental health professionals. The same goes for our medical assistants,” said Lexcibel Colon, founder of Virtual Nurse Rx. “Our new medical and mental health teams are all specifically trained in medical and mental health terminology, so they can provide our clients with the resources and support they need.”

The assistants at Virtual Nurse Rx provide a range of services to their clients, including General administrative tasks, Medical coding/billing, Insurance verification, Medical Receptionist, Medical live chat, Patient coordination, Medical transcription, Telemedicine support, Telephone triage, and more!

These assistants are an invaluable resource for mental health professionals and doctors alike and, of course, their patients too. They provide a confidential, convenient, and affordable way to get the help you need from real registered nurses and mental health therapists. On top of that, you also get a client success coach, a Start-Up guide, proprietary client onboarding, and training. Client Success Coaches provide clients with personalized support and guidance on how to succeed with their remote staff. They also assign U.S.-based Team Leads to your new virtual team dedicated to supervising and training all your Virtual Employees, so you don’t have to.

Virtual Nurse Rx is committed to providing the highest quality care possible to their clients. Their teams of mental health professionals and registered nurses are available 24/7 to provide support and resources to those in need. To learn more about Virtual Nurse Rx, or to schedule a free consultation, please visit their website at

What Are Client Success Coaches?  

Client Success Coaches are assigned to each new client of Virtual Nurse Rx. They provide personalized support and guidance on how to succeed with their remote staff. They also assign U.S.-based Team Leads to your new virtual team dedicated to supervising and training all your Virtual Employees, so you don’t have to.

What Are Team Leads For?  

Team Leads are responsible for supervising and training all your Virtual Employees. They are assigned to you by your Client Success Coach and are available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have about your team or their work.

Who Will Benefit From Mental And Medical Virtual Assistants?  

Mental and medical virtual assistants from Virtual Nurse Rx will benefit a wide range of mental health professionals and doctors. They provide a confidential, convenient, and affordable way to get the help you need from real registered nurses and mental health therapists. On top of that, you also get a client success coach, a Start-Up guide, proprietary client onboarding, and training.

What Is Proprietary Client Onboarding?  

Proprietary client onboarding is a system that ensures all new clients of Virtual Nurse Rx are properly oriented to the company’s services and the work their team will be doing. It includes a Start-Up Guide, training materials, and a set schedule of check-ins with your Client Success Coach to ensure you’re on track to success.

How Does Virtual Nurse Rx Work?

Virtual Nurse Rx is a company that provides mental and medical virtual assistants to mental health professionals and doctors. Their teams of mental health professionals and registered nurses are available 24/7 to provide support and resources to those in need.

About Virtual Nurse Rx:  

Virtual Nurse Rx is a leading provider of medical and mental health virtual assistants. Their staff is made up of mental health professionals and registered nurses with hands-on experience in their respective fields. Their mission is to provide the highest quality care possible to their clients by providing a confidential, convenient, and affordable way to get the help you need from real registered nurses and mental health therapists. To learn more about Virtual Nurse Rx, check out their social media pages: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

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Announcement: The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period Is Open | The Sosa Insurance Group

If you’re approaching retirement or looking at your proper health coverage after 65, the time has come to start thinking about enrolling in Medicare. If you’re not already on Medicare, now is the time to get your paperwork in order and sign up.

If you’re already on Medicare, this is a good time to review your coverage and make sure it still meets your needs. You may also want to consider switching to a different Medicare plan that suits your needs better.

Either way, the Sosa Insurance Group can help you navigate the Medicare enrollment process and find the best coverage for your needs.

Learn more here.

What Is Medicare?  

Medicare is a government health insurance program for people 65 and older, as well as for some younger people with disabilities.

There are four parts to Medicare:

– Part A covers hospital stays and other inpatient care requirements.

– Part B covers doctor visits, preventive screenings, and other outpatient care.

– Part C is also known as Medicare Advantage. It’s an alternative to Parts A and B that typically provides coverage for both hospital stays and doctor visits.

– Part D is prescription drug coverage.

If you have Medicare Health Plan coverage and would like to get properly informed on some upcoming changes in 2023 and review your current Medicare Health Plan to check if you have the “right” one for you, now is the time to do that. The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period starts on October 15 and ends on December 7 each year. You may also be able to sign up during a special enrollment period for those in need. This option is only available for those that have a life-changing event, such as losing your job-based health insurance.

The Sosa Insurance Group can help you understand your Medicare Health Plan options and find the best coverage for your needs.

What Paperwork Is Required To Apply For Medicare?  

To apply for Medicare, you’ll need to have your Social Security number and the date of your 65th birthday (or the date you became disabled) handy.

You can apply for Medicare online or, when you’re ready, contact Social Security to sign up by calling 1-800-772-1213. You can also visit your local Social Security office.

If you’re already receiving Social Security benefits when you turn 65, you’ll automatically be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B.

How Much Does Medicare Cost?  

Medicare Part A is free if you have worked 40 quarters or 10 years and have paid into Social Security. If you have to pay for Part A, it will cost you up to $506 per month in 2023.

Medicare Part B has a standard monthly premium of $164.90 in 2023, but your actual premium may be higher or lower depending on your income.

Medicare Part C and Part D plans typically have monthly premiums, as well as other costs like deductibles and co-payments.

The Sosa Insurance Group can help you understand the costs of different Medicare plans and find one that fits your budget.

When Should You Enroll In Medicare?  

During the AEP (Medicare Annual Enrollment Period), you can make some of the following Medicare coverage changes:

– Disenroll from Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare (Part A and Part B)

– Switch from Original Medicare and enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan

– Switch from one Medicare Advantage Plan to another

The Sosa Insurance Group can help you to get ready for your enrollment. They will also be able to breakdown the plans for you and answer any Medicare-related questions.

You may also be able to sign up during a Special Election period if you have a life-changing event, such as losing your job-based health insurance.

More About The Sosa Insurance Group  

The Sosa Insurance Group is a family-owned business with over 13 years of experience in the Medicare insurance industry. They’re dedicated to helping their clients find the best possible coverage at the most affordable rates.

The Sosa Insurance Group is dedicated to educating and helping people with their Medicare Health Plan needs. They work with you one on one to make sure that you’re getting the best possible care. They understand that Medicare can be confusing, but they’re here to help make the process as smooth and easy as possible.

If you have any questions about enrolling in Medicare, or if you need help finding the right coverage for your needs, get in touch with The Sosa Insurance group. You can find them by navigating to their website, or their social pages: Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn