Osaka (Japanese: 大阪) is the third largest city in Japan. It’s also one of the most popular cities for foreigners to visit. If you want to find out the absolute best things to do in this electrifying city, check out Kim Dao’s latest video “50 Things to do in JAPAN, OSAKA | Osaka Travel Guide.”
As you could tell from the title, Kim Dao goes over her top 50 recommendations for things to do when you visit Osaka. She says this video will cover the top touristy sites, restaurants, and shopping centers in the city. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/kim-dao
Kim’s first tip is to walk down Shinsaibashi and shop till you drop. Kim Dao says this is the absolute best street to shop for Japanese goods.
Next, Kim Dao says you should visit the Amerikamura area. There are numerous stores in this area selling both vintage goods and American-made products.
If you’re feeling a bit hungry, why not try a cheesecake at Pablo Dotonbori? Kim Dao says the food items at this restaurant are both light and delicious.
Kim Dao says the main tourist district in the city is Dotonbori. Not only will you find tons of shops here, you’ll also get to try some of the best street food in the city. Kim Dao recommends trying takoyaki (fried octopus meat) while here. Learn more: http://kimdao.net/about-me/
For some more shopping, check out the underground mall Namba, the Tennoji mall, and the convenience store Don Quijote. After you’re done shopping, Kim recommends getting a meat bun from Horai 551.
A few other areas Kim Dao suggests visiting in this video include Abeno Harukas, Den Den Town, Osaka Castle, and Universal Studios Japan. She also recommends taking day trips to Kyoto and/or Kobe. Learn more: https://www.depop.com/kimdaoblog
Through the ongoing changes within the heath care sector, InnovaCare Health has maintained consistency with providing quality care to its members while also controlling costs.
Earlier this year Penelope Kokkinides, Chief Administrative Officer for InnovaCare Health attended a panel discussion at the White House with President Donald Trump. The panel was comprised of eight women in the health care industry which included executives, doctors, nurses and other primary health care professionals. Also, attending the meeting were representatives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Those who were attendance were chosen as a panel to represent the millions of Americans within the health care system; all of whom play a vital and key role within the infrastructure of health care. The panel discussion was assembled as a proactive and forward-approach towards the federal health care legislation changes that affect all Americans. Learn more about Penelope on Bizjournals.
Ms. Kokkinides provided the open panel with key information regarding the two Medicare Advantage plans that InnovaCare Health has within Puerto Rico. InnovaCare Health serves more than a half million Medicare Advantage members through MMM Healthcare and OMC Medicare Choice. CMS has proposed several changes within 2018 and have made significant budget revisions to government funding within Puerto Rico amounting to over $1 billion since 2011. Ms. Kokkinides spoke to those changes and offered substantial evidence for how CMS could impact the health care system in Puerto Rico by revising its planned payment changes within Medicare Advantage.
Prior to joining the leadership team within InnovaCare Health, Ms. Kokkinides previously held the position of Corporate Vice President for Care Management and Disease Management at AmeriChoice, a subsidiary of the United Health Group Company. She has more than 20 years of career health care knowledge with expertise in government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. Ms. Penelope Kokkinides has provided innovative strategic planning within building the infrastructures needed within a managed care system and within building cost-effective business models for InnovaCare Health. Visit Bloomberg.com for more info on Penelope Kokkinides.
InnovaCare Health’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Richard Shinto has led the company in a forward direction since 2012; providing numerous opportunities for the company to strengthen its operations. Dr. Richard Shinto has been in health care for 20 years and previously served as a Medical Officer for NAMM of California.
Betsy DeVos has spent her entire life dedicated to education. From a young age she has had a passion for the educational system and making sure all students have the same opportunities, regardless of their background. Throughout her career she has given not only her time but her money to support causes that she felt improved the educational system. Recently DeVos sat down with Philanthropy Roundtable to shave some insight into her passion for giving to education.
Betsy DeVos desire for giving to education dates back to a single experience she had as a mother. Betsy took her own children to visit Potter’s House Christian School in Michigan. During her visit DeVos was very moved by what she witnessed. DeVos saw a number parents who were dedicated and going above and beyond to make sure their kids went to school in a good environment, one in which learning was a top priority. DeVos continued to visit the school and eventually began helping students at the school with tuition.
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DeVos was not satisfied with what she was doing. She and her family became committed to doing everything they could to help more children. Her husband eventually ran for and was elected to State Board of Education in Michigan in 1990. Betsy herself decided to start a scholarship fund in order to help give more kids the opportunities they deserved. Her dedication would eventually extend even further. DeVos was a member of two national charities that were both dedicated to working to expand educational choices through vouchers and tax credits. These two groups included Children First America and the American Education Reform Council. Furthermore she is also responsible for a tax-credit scholarship program in Florida. This program has experienced the country’s longest period of broad educational choice.
Currently DeVos is serving in perhaps her most influential role as the 11th U.S. secretary of education. She has spent a lifetime of work to get to this point. She credits watching her mother work as a public school teacher in Michigan as a big part of her inspiration to help the educational system. DeVos worked as a in-school mentor for at-risk children in Michigan for more than a decade. Her resume includes serving as chairman of The Windquest Group, an investment management firm. Betsy Devos also served on numerous charitable boards. These groups include Kids Hope USA, Mars Hill Bible Church and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. DeVos is a graduate of Calvin College in Michigan. She and her family continue to be dedicated to the cause of improving educational opportunities for all children. Visit Betsy’s profile on twitter.com.