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Laurie Edwards-Tate on Politics & Profits with Rick Amato

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Listen to President and CEO of At Your Home Familycare, Laurie Edwards-Tate tonight at 6pm PT/9pm ET on Politics & Profits with Rick Amato. Laurie will be discussing holiday gift giving ideas and tips. You can listen online at politicsandprofits.com

Laurie Edwards-Tate on Politics & Profits with Rick Amato

At Your Home Familycare President and CEO, Laurie Edwards-Tate appeared on the podcast of Politics & Profits with Rick Amato. Topics included the future of the Affordable Care Act and healthcare. Listen to the interview at the link below.

Optimism in the Workplace After Trump Elected President

Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO of At Your Home Familycare appointed as member of The American Cancer Society’s Community Action Network Committee

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Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO of At Your Home Familycare, is
pleased to announce she has been appointed as a member of the  American
Cancer Society’s Community Action Network Committee!

 

According to Edwards-Tate, “The ACS CAN provides advocacy for public
policies which raise awareness, and helps to ensure that cancer
remains at the top of our nation’s  public dialogue. I am honored to
have the opportunity to work with a special group of such
knowledgeable and dedicated committee members.”

 

For further information about the American Cancer
Society Community Action Network go to acscan.org

Springtime wishes!

All of us at At Your Home Familycare wish you continuing springtime joy and pleasure! – Laurie Edwards-Tate, MS, President and CEO

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Happy Holidays 2015

Happy Holidays from all of us at At Your Home Familycare! We wish you and those you hold dearest great health and joy throughout the season and into the coming New Year!

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Laurie Edwards-Tate on KPBS Midday Edition with Maureen Cavanaugh

Hear the live interview on KPBS as Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO of At Your Home Family, discusses the impact of The Paid Sick Leave Law on businesses with Midday Edition host Maureen Cavanaugh.

Listen to the interview here » http://www.kpbs.org/audioclips/24735/#transcript

Left: Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO At Your Home Familycare Center: Robert Nothoff, Center on Policy Initiative Right: Peggy Pico, Host of KPBS Evening Edition

Left: Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO At Your Home Familycare
Center: Robert Nothoff, Center on Policy Initiative
Right: Peggy Pico, Host of KPBS Evening Edition

Laurie Edwards-Tate on KPBS Evening edition

“See me tonight on KPBS Evening edition at 5 pm PST, hosted by Peggy Pico, as we discuss the Paid Sick Leave Law and its impact on small business!”

Left: Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO At Your Home Familycare Center: Robert Nothoff, Center on Policy Initiative Right: Peggy Pico, Host of KPBS Evening Edition

Left: Laurie Edwards-Tate, President and CEO At Your Home Familycare
Center: Robert Nothoff, Center on Policy Initiative
Right: Peggy Pico, Host of KPBS Evening Edition

Seasons Greetings and a Happy New Year!

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Palomar Health board election

Please read my views about my run for Palomar Healthcare Board in the latest news from Pomerado News!

Laurie Edwards-Tate, age not given, is a San Marcos resident who has lived in the district for more than 25 years. She is married, has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from National University and master’s in human resource management and development from Chapman University. Her campaign website is at www.edwards-tatecampaign.com.

Edwards-Tate said she wants to serve on the board because of her positive experience a couple years ago when a family member was admitted to Palomar Hospital. She was impressed by the staff, their care and the facility. “When the opportunity to run for the board of Palomar Healthcare and contribute my years of healthcare experience on behalf of a system I love and respect I became a candidate.”

She said the district’s three greatest challenges and her solutions are:

  • Changing demographics of constituents, while having the ability to continuously provide the highest quality and most responsive care to an ever-growing population. — “I will endeavor to ensure constituents’ healthcare challenges and needs within the framework of my role as member of the board, ensuring that policy and other decisions I make are client-centered and best serve the needs of our community.”
  • Maintaining fiscal solvency and stability. — “I will ensure that all policy and other decisions I make will make fiscal sense and be fiscally sound. Palomar Healthcare … must continue its key role of being a premier hospital system in the North County region including the entire district it represents.”
  • Meeting today’s healthcare challenges, especially the impact of federal government policies on all hospital systems, which includes their initiatives to save dollars by imposing penalties for hospital readmissions. — “I will encourage community outreach, education and partnerships which enrich our district in a helpful, collaborative way … (and) actively seek cost-effective alternatives to some pressing problems in healthcare which will reduce readmissions, reduce costs and maintain a thriving hospital system without compromising quality client-centered care.”

Edwards-Tate said voters should select her because “As a native San Diegan and long-held North County resident, wife, and daughter I will contribute my decades of health care experience as a well-respected healthcare executive and industry leader for the benefit of you, your family and the continued success, development and stability of Palomar Healthcare.”

Read the full article in the Pomerado News »

Alabama camp to help wounded female veterans heal

An Alabama foundation is focusing on serving wounded female warriors, recently holding its first all-female camp. Activities included diving, biking and climbing to help vets readjust to civilian life.