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Okyeame Kwame hosts ‘Recovery Stories’ TV show, highlighting the importance of “Insurance Pays” campaign

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On April 23, 2022, The Insurance Pays Campaign aired the first episode of Recovery Stories, a TV talk show brought to you by Insurance Awareness Coordinators Group (IACG) and German Development Ministry (GIZ).

The first episode saw personalities from  Insurance Awareness Coordinators IACG , Ghana Insurers Association (GIA), and GIZ speak about the need for insurance and the efficiency of the claims process, while highlighting the purpose of the “Insurance Pays” campaign. The guests on the debut episode included Mr Wilson Tei, Chairman of the IACG, Dr Kingsley K. Kwabahson from GIA, and Gabriel Kwame, Technical Advisor at GIZ .

The show, hosted by Okyeame Kwame, sits with insurance beneficiaries as they share their first-hand experiences with the insurance claims process. The show also hosts industry players and advocates for insurance as they discuss the do’s, don’ts, myths and truths about the insurance claims process in Ghana.

Join the host on the next episode of Recovery Stories as he sits with another beneficiary of the insurance claims process and hear how the insurance claims process helped them in their time of need. You can watch Recovery Stories every Sunday at 1pm on TV3. Subscribe to the YouTube channel to watch recaps of Recovery Stories. Follow The Insurance Pays campaign on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @insurancepaysgh.

The Insurance Awareness Coordinators Group (IACG)’s ‘Insurance Pays’ campaign is supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German government, and will be run with the support of all the relevant stakeholders, including the Ghana Insurers Association (GIA), National Insurance Commission (NIC), Insurance Brokers Association of Ghana (IBAG), National Association of Ghana Insurance Agents (NAGIA) and Chartered Insurance of Institute Ghana (CIIG).

The Insurance Awareness Coordinators Group (IACG) is a group made up of all relevant stakeholders in the insurance industry whose objective is to promote insurance awareness and education in Ghana. The membership of IACG is open to all recognised apex bodies, associations and think-tank groupings in the insurance industry and today includes members of the Ghana Insurance Association (GIA), the National Association of Ghana Insurance Agents (NAGIA), the Insurance Brokers Association of Ghana (IBAG), the National Insurance Commission (NIC) among others.

This campaign is run by The Little Cow Consulting. A full service marketing consulting. We help brands improve top-line and bottom-line through a hands-on approach to solving complex problems with unconventional solutions.

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Must-Have Products When Embarking On Anti-Aging

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Embarking on your wise ages shouldn’t be nightmarish; rather, it is embarking upon another beautiful journey of your life yet again.

 

However, many get scared to begin this journey, fearing what it will do to their skin. Needless to say, no matter who you are, the effects of old age will show up on your skin.

 

But, there are definitely some ways in which you can alter some of the anti-aging or delay them to get that healthy, youthful glow on the skin. This is why you need to change your daily night routine and incorporate some anti-aging products.

 

Do not worry!

 

You do not have to apply some nasty chemicals to the body in order to get that youth back to your skin. You can do it with the best anti aging products on the market. 

 

There is no shame attached to using anti-aging products because there is nothing wrong with caring for yourself.

 

You can even start using these products a little before aging commences!

When To Start Using?

This is a big question that we often hear people talk about. When to start using anti-aging products.

 

Of course, your teens are a little too early for anti-aging products. However, due to the stresses in your 20s, emerging wrinkles are not uncommon. Thus, you can start using an anti-aging product in your late twenties.

 

There are many anti-aging products and even anti aging skin practices which you can begin pretty soon. So, your mid-twenties would be a perfect time to start using anti aging products. 

 

If you have never used anti-aging because you are gifted with amazing skin, then right before menopause would be the correct time to start using these products.

 

With the hot flashes of menopause, you will need them!

Anti-Aging Products You Need!

Here are some of the anti-aging products which you absolutely need in your skincare routine.

1. A Collagen Product

Whether you are someone who is applying it in the form of cream or you are someone who is in taking it, collagen is an important ingredient that you will need when you are planning for your anti-aging skincare.

 

Collagen supplements can help you break down the collagen in your body and reform the glow on your skin. With age, your body’s properties to break collagen weaken, so these supplements will help you. 

2. A Night Cream

The cell turnover of your skin weakens with time. This is what wrinkles and dry skin are when you are aging. This is one of the reasons you need to incorporate a night cream immediately into your routine.

 

The night cream helps your skin to rejuvenate and repair all the skin cells overnight. So, when you wake, you are left with beautiful glowing skin. It also helps to repair the tissues, and some of the signs of aging, like wrinkles, can diminish from the daily application of night cream.

3. A Sunscreen

The sun is your enemy when you are planning to get rid of some of the anti-aging properties. Not that sunscreen is particularly for the purpose of anti-aging, but you should never leave your house without it if you wish to not get wrinkles early.

 

The UV rays of the sun are the worst for your skin. So, it is not just the aging; it is also skin cancer that sunscreen will protect you from.

4. A Refreshing Deodorant

When you get near your menopause years, hot flashes are something you have to intensively prepare for. This is when women get very hormonal, and this can increase the sweat in the sweat glands.

 

Sweating is just something that accompanies it. Thus, you should get yourself a good refreshing deodorant. This will not only keep you feeling fresh all day but also protect you from heavy sweating, which can be very difficult.

Fight Aging With Grace!

Fighting the early signs of anti-aging or the ones you get after menopause doesn’t have to be tiresome. With some products in the market, you will be able to fight them with grace.

 

Plus, there are some other practices which you can try like Yoga, drinking plenty of water, and changing your diet a little.

 

Accept your new phase with pleasure!

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What Is An RVU In Medical Billing?

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Medical billing relies on claim filing to earn compensation. However, before submitting any claims, hospitals must first issue a bill that charges the patient for any medical services provided by the doctor.

The medical biller inserts the cost of all medical services based on particular criteria such as CPT/HCPCS codes in this bill. The hospital administration is responsible for paying doctors for their services based on the relative value units (RVU) once the reimbursement has been completed. The RVU plays a vital role in adequately compensating doctors for their services.

What is RVU?

Relative Value Units, or RVUs, are a set of standard values issued by Medicare to assess the cost of services. It is easier to compensate doctors depending on their output with the help of RVU.

RVU’s Objectives

In medical billing, the RVU is used to determine the worth of a doctor’s productivity. The RVU is used to calculate the doctor’s services so that he or she can be compensated. In some ways, relative value units are used to define the amount of effort a doctor does when delivering medical care to patients.

It’s worth noting that the RVU differs from doctor to doctor, depending on their specialty. For example, a surgeon undertaking a complex procedure like Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting(CABG) is likely to maintain a high relative value unit. As a result of the procedure’s rigor, the surgeon’s remuneration is extremely substantial in the case of CABG. The RVU for a general dentist, on the other hand, maybe lower than that of a CABG surgeon.

Determining the RVU

The three important components described below define the relative value units for various doctors:

The doctor’s or physician’s work: It evaluates the amount of talent, time, training, and effort that a doctor must devote when completing a procedure. The CPT code is updated at least every five years to maintain the RVU for each procedure.

The cost of keeping a practice open: This cost is calculated by adding together the costs of equipment, supplies, personnel, and rent.

The provider’s liability or malpractice cost: The costs of liability and malpractice insurance vary by provider. In comparison to specialties such as obstetrics, malpractice premiums for general care physicians are projected to stay inexpensive.

Work RVUs, practice expense RVUs, and malpractice RVUs are the 3 types of RVUs.

Understanding how relative value units function is crucial because it will help you plan for compensation and offer a foundation for practices to compute their fees in accordance with industry norms. Your staff should be aware of how this works as well.

Fee schedules, CPT codes, regional adjustments, physician fees, conversion factors, and more can make the American medical system seem befuddling. But it’s the precise nature of each of these phrases, as well as others, that helps us all traverse the current American medical environment.

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‘Made by Africa, Loved by the World’: Meta launches its Africa Day campaign spotlighting and celebrating Africans making a global impact

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As part of its Africa Day celebrations on 25 May, Meta (www.Facebook.com) today announced the return of its global campaign ‘Made by Africa, Loved by the World’, which was first launched in 2021. Aimed at amplifying the voices and stories of people and businesses from across Africa that are impacting the world, this year’s campaign spotlights eight creators, innovators and SMBs who are making a name for themselves not only in Africa, but globally, and are changing the way Africa is viewed on the international stage.

As part of the on-platform and marketing campaign, Meta has partnered with local filmmakers to bring to life eight phenomenal stories. Alongside this will run a dedicated global and local Instagram campaign featuring partnerships with African content creators, a community Reels challenge, the development of a specially designed AR filter inspired by #AfricaMade, as well as a series of free open virtual training sessions via the Meta Africa page (https://bit.ly/3PAWGt4), dedicated to all SMBs and Creators from across Africa.

Speaking about the campaign, Kezia Anim-Addo, Communications Director, Sub-Saharan Africa, said, “I’m truly excited to be bringing back ‘Made by Africa, Loved by the World’ for the 2nd year running. This campaign is about showcasing the incredible talent we have here on the continent, and the African people and businesses that are not only contributing to the global agenda, but are forging their own paths. At Meta we remain invested in Africa, and know that this is home to some of the world’s most talented and inspired individuals, and we look forward to hero’ing just some of these stories through our ‘Made by Africa, Loved by the World’ campaign.”

Short Films: Made by Africa, Loved by the World

Partnering with five local filmmakers Tarryn Crossman (South Africa), Kofi Awuah (Ghana), Joan Kabugu (Kenya), Bardia Olowu (Nigeria) and Nelson Makengo (DRC), these series of inspirational and beautifully shot short films will live on a dedicated Africa Day microsite (https://bit.ly/3Nsansz) and focus on the stories of:

  • Trevor Stuurman (https://bit.ly/3NvVhCs) (South Africa): An award winning contemporary multimedia visual artist who has cemented himself as a creative force to be reckoned with, collaborating with international brands and global stars
  • Ferre Gola (https://bit.ly/3sQblqH) (DRC): An award winning Congolese musician who has earned international accolades as a true icon of Congolese rumba
  • Mosope Olaosebikan (https://bit.ly/3lzIwLi) (Nigeria): Founder of Africa’s first digital museum devoted to shaping the narrative of culture and people using immersive and innovative methods of curation such as AR/VR
  • Rich Mnisi (https://bit.ly/3NsazIj) (South Africa): A contemporary multi-disciplinary brand specializing in high-end fashion and furniture designs, with his clothing featured in global media outlets and his designs worn by global names
  • Selina Beb (https://bit.ly/38GYikx) (Ghana): A multiple award-winning fashion brand specialising in African inspired accessories and clothes
  • Black Rhino VR (https://bit.ly/3PCfsAf) (Kenya): An award-winning Extended Reality Agency working with local and international brands
  • Bonita Foods (https://bit.ly/3x2lm5B) (Nigeria): A healthy snacks company producing a range of delicious snacks from fruits, nuts and vegetables, with a global footprint across the UK, USA and Germany
  • Pixel Chefs (https://bit.ly/3wK0waF) (South Africa): An innovative creative agency, using emerging digital tech to create immersive impactful experiences for both local and global clients

Celebrating Africa Day on Instagram

As a platform for self-expression, in the lead up to Africa Day and beyond, Instagram will be celebrating and highlighting the incredible talent and diversity of the African continent:

  • Instagram AR Filter: Partnering with a South African immersive digital solutions company (Pixel Chefs) (www.PixelChefs.co.za)  to create an interactive AR filter to provide the Instagram community with a tool to celebrate the occasion, with the vibrancy and liveliness of Africa at the heart. [https://bit.ly/38DO8kP]
  • Instagram Reels Challenge: Working with content creators from across Africa and the diaspora, Instagram will launch a Reels community challenge under the hashtag #ShareYourAfrica, encouraging its community to celebrate and share with the world what’s uniquely authentic and African to them, whether fashion, music, food or dance.
  • African Designers Guide: Throughout the week of Africa Day and beyond, Instagram has invited  @mizliz (https://bit.ly/3a5DnYE), the founder of @offtomag, to highlight 12 African designers and artists who are forging their own paths and redefining culture in the process
  • IG Creators (https://bit.ly/3MGFNvp) Q&A with DanceGod Llyod (https://bit.ly/3wJ0HmH) on 25th May:Continuing to spotlight African creators, Instagram will host a live Q&A with Ghanaian dancer sensation and content creator DanceGod Lloyd

Free Virtual Training Sessions

As part of Meta’s continued investment across the continent, it will also be hosting a number of free open training sessions throughout the week and post Africa Day via the Meta Africa page (https://bit.ly/3NwfZ4Y), focused on providing other upcoming creatives and entrepreneurs with the digital know-how to take their ideas global. Training topics include:

  • Reels school: Learn all about Reels on Facebook and Instagram, as well as top tips and best practices to help connect with more people
  • Cross Border Business: Discover how to explore different markets, reach new customers, localise marketing and optimise campaigns
  • Monetization 101: Discover ways to monetise owned content on Facebook and Instagram, as well as learn more about best practices and eligibility requirements
  • Branded Content – Get future-ready: Find out more about creator marketing on Meta platforms including best practices, creative tips, and media and measurement guidance.
  • Step into AR: Dip into the world of the Metaverse through the lens of Augmented Reality (AR) and explore the what, why and how of AR to help create incredible AR experiences people will love

Meta Culture Series

As an extension of the Metaverse Culture Series Black Future (https://bit.ly/3yS10ON) experience exploring embedding Black culture, creativity and community, Meta will host a fireside chat with Ime Archibong, Head of New Product Experimentation at Meta, Dylan Fiala (Co-Founder of Pixel Chefs), Winifred Isichei (https://bit.ly/3wzYjjq) (Founder of Bonita Foods) and diaspora based Walla El Sheikh (https://bit.ly/3wEquhi) (Birthright Africa [https://bit.ly/3sPYXHl]). Hosted on Meta Africa FB Page (https://bit.ly/3yQGz4M), the conversations will focus around early innovation and adoption across the continent, and how this has contributed to global trends, whilst exploring what the world can learn about African Culture.

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How we can procure actually with effective financial planning for bitcoin

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One reason for the stage’s elegance is that bitcoin endeavors to make internet exchanging available to as various individuals as could really be expected. bitcoin offers both short-and long haul choices for merchandisers, open through all CopyPortfolios ™ administration that permits merchandisers to create various portfolios. bitcoin additionally offers exchanging devices with fluctuating levels of associated danger, while the stage is likewise accessible on its web point of interaction and portable application. Over all the The Crypto Genius guide and tips are favorable so visit here if you need.

Bitcoin improvement

Likewise, bitcoin has fostered a CopyTrader framework that permits singularities to duplicate other junkies’ exchanges, empowering its visitors to flawlessly puncture their merchandisers’ organization gests. Take advantage Newcomers will likewise concede a progression of orderlies as they take their most memorable way in web based exchanging. For delineation, bitcoin offers new vendors a free practice account that permits them to practice web based exchanging without gambling any genuine tycoon.

bitcoin is totally managed and biddable with the rules of CySEC, FCA and ASIC, and has been vital in advancing web based exchanging and financial instruction these solicitations through major monetary establishments comparable as Russia’s Sberbank and China’s Ping An. Joined forces with the gathering. This content doesn’t concern US addicts.

Calling

  • Utilized by merchandisers.
  • Enhanced in 2006.
  • Controlled by the Financial Conduct Authority, CySEC, ASIC
  • Submit something like 200.

Cons

  • Doesn’t permit scalping ( see druthers)
  • Inertia figure
  • Restricted scope of outfit

To open a live record, you will require an insignificant store of$ 200. On the other hand, bitcoin offers a convention account that you can use to practice and dive more deeply into their foundation. Controlled by the Financial Conduct Authority, UK (FRN 583263), CySEC ( License109/10), and ASIC (AFSL# 491139). bitcoin keeps all client funds in discrete ledgers and utilizations League-1 banks for this reason. bitcoin has been laid out starting around 2006, and is settled in Cyprus, UK.

 

 What are bitcoin spreads and cargo?

Like most extreme specialists, bitcoin charges a spread, which is the contrast between the buy and exchange cost of a gadget. The commissions and spreads displayed beneath are grounded on the insignificant spreads recorded on the bitcoin site. The variety bars show how serious Bitcoin’s spreads are contrasted with other famous merchants included on the pamphlets.

 How significant does bitcoin charge for exchanging 1 parcel of EUR/USD?

In the event that you purchase a standard parcel of EUR/USD (100k units) with bitcoin at a conversion scale of1.1719 and furthermore distribute at a similar value the approaching day, you’ll apparently need to pay$ 36. There’s a strike to the figure and how it looks at to IG and XTB.

 What might you at any point exchange with bitcoin?

bitcoin offers farther than various exchanging apparatuses, including farther than 47 cash dyads. We’ve typified beneath every one of the various sorts of predisposition presented by bitcoin alongside the inclination presented by IG and XTB for examination. you can get the Traders Union here for more accommodating aide.

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Meet the Photographer adding value to people’s lives – Lawrence Beniana Mensah

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Lawrence Beniana Mensah is a Ghanaian-born Photography, laying his mark on the world. (more…)

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Abeiku Santana unveiled brand ambassador for Adom Group of Companies

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Mr. Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey popularly known as ‘Abeiku Santana’ has been unveiled as a brand ambassador for the Adom Group of Companies, one of Ghana’s leading Real Estate Developers.

The partnership would see the 2021 Radio and Television Personality award winner become the new advertising face for the Adom Group, whose subsidiaries include Adom City Estates, Adom Heights, Ace Heights, Adom Charity, Blessed Adom Trading, and Orel City.

Dr. Bright Adom, the Chief Executive Officer of Adom Group of Companies, during the signing of the partnership, said bringing Abeiku Santana on board was targeted to inform low-income earners about the affordable housing units available to them.

“We know the housing deficit is in excess of two million and it has been prevalent for a very long time, so we at Adom City are poised to bridge the housing deficit gap and plan to build about 5000 homes in the next five years.

“To be able to achieve this target, we thought about the need to bring on board Abeiku Santana to spearhead this campaign about providing affordable homes to low-income earners,” he said.

In his speech, Abeiku Santana expressed gratitude to Adom Group of Companies for the opportunity to be a part of the well-established brand and expressed his desire to add more value in the coming years.

“For it is a great opportunity for me and a privilege to bring onboard my expertise in the area of marketing to inform Ghanaians, especially the middle-class group, as to the affordable packages being offered by Adom City.

“We all know the stress that goes with building a house in Accra, but with Adom City, you have a dependable and trustworthy partner where you can get affordable homes,” he said.

Mr Kofi Adabor Ofori-Amanfo, Managing Director for Orel City and Heights, said Abeiku Santa joining Adom Group was vital for the company’s progress especially for its new subsidiary Ace Heights.

“At Ace Heights we bring affordable luxury in the home of Ghanaians and I believe Santana will help disseminate this message to Ghanaians living home and abroad,” he said.

Rev. Opoku Adjei, Managing Director for Adom City said his outfit had over the years carved a niche as one of the affordable bracket estate developers, adding that it looked to reach more low-income earners with this partnership.

“Our dream is to move with speed and also to have an exceptional customer service approach. We believe everybody should have a decent place to put their heads and that remains our vision,” he said.

Adom City Estate has won the Best Real Estate Developers in Ghana five consecutive times having also won the Best Residential Developer for Lower-Income at the 2021 Ghana Property Awards.

In 2021, it was adjudged the Best Social Housing Development Real Estate Company at the Africa & Arabia Property Awards organised by the International Property Awards Body.

 

 

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