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Clinicians at Aspire Indiana Health were hearing from the community that it has been difficult for truck drivers to get annual physicals needed for their Commercial Driver's License during the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place order. Physical exams may be considered a non-essential medical appointment by some family physicians. Recognizing that truck drivers are essential workers and among our pandemic heroes, Aspire's Primary Care clinics want to make CDL renewal easier to accomplish.
Aspire's Carmel clinic is located at 679 Pro-Med Lane, just off Meridian/SR31. Their Lebanon clinic at 1600 West Main Street is located conveniently off of I65 and SR32. Both locations are prepared to make face-to-face appointments for physicals. They accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance. Call the direct line for the location nearest you to arrange an appointment: Carmel - 317-574-0055, Lebanon - 765-482-7100.
At The Hot Room, we believe life is too short to be stressed, out of shape, and uninspired. We've curated the most powerful yoga and pilates classes so you can jumpstart your most powerful life. You can stop feeling stuck and instead access the highest version of YOU!
When we closed our doors in response to COVID-19, we immediately created the virtual studio. Over the past month, we've watched our virtual studio community grow into hundreds and hundreds of individuals from around the world taking control of their health daily.
People start a yoga practice for many reasons: flexibility, strength, weight loss, stress reduction, or simply to try something new. The bottom line is, even after one yoga class, you’ll start feeling more confident and healthier inside and out.
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Davant is looking forward to opportunties with OneZone members. With over 30 years of marketing, printing and signage experience, we have much to offer. Additionally, Davant is extending a 15% discount on your first order! Call us today and let us help you get your marketing story started!
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From brochures, to brand development, every company needs an image that tells its story.
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During this unprecedented time, Anderson University has worked toward accommodating the needs of employees and employers by moving to online learning platforms, flexible scheduling, virtual tours and resource guides, and the ability to meet with administrators, faculty, or staff online.
Although life may feel “out of control”, let us help you take some control over your future by enhancing your workplace skills or the skills or your employees. What do you want to do next? Where do you want to go in the future? Anderson University can provide the next steps and help you and/or your organization get there.
Ways Anderson University is helping to recover from the pandemic:
Reduced Tuition Rates for Adult Students
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Offering learning opportunities for all levels of adult students
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Honor Your Mind, Body, and Self: Anywhere, Anytime.
We have entered a chapter in our lives that is filled with uncertainty and a shift in how we go about our day-to-day lives. When changes happen so quickly, our instinct is to be laser-focused on adapting, and we shelve the things that help us maintain balance and peace.
Yoga and meditation have been scientifically proven to help with stress, anxiety, and depression. We have witnessed first-hand the healing power of yoga within our studio! Our members' stories of how practicing with us has enriched their lives are an inspiration we will carry with us forever.
In an effort to keep our members connected to this positive mindset and self growth, we launched a member-exclusive live-stream platform so our members have the opportunity to participate in whatever space they feel most comfortable while at home.
Honor Yoga Now is our on-demand library of over 250 pre-recorded yoga and meditation classes as well as wellness materials. Practice yoga anytime or anywhere you want with us!
Honor Yoga Live connects our members to in-studio classes, in real-time, from Honor Yoga studios from across the country, so our members can virtually practice with real HY instructors from the comfort of their own homes! Classes are streamed daily with a minimum of 10 classes to choose from every day.
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Managing Construction Project Delays Caused by COVID-19
Every business has been impacted by COVID-19, and the construction industry is no different. While the industry is working hard to keep project sites as safe and healthy as possible, there is also the inevitable prospect of delays and impacts to projects. Although Executive Orders have allowed construction to continue, projects are adapting to Social Distancing Requirements and other restrictions, and may yet face labor shortages and disruption to supply chains, material delays and other impacts.
This webinar will address the concept of force majeure and excusable delay clauses, and discuss how COVID-19 issues may be analyzed and evaluated under construction contracts. As project safety is the paramount goal, it is critical to evaluate and understand who may bear the burden for increased costs and schedule delays caused by COVID-19, and steps parties can take to mitigate those risks. Assessing these risks is equally important to business owners and contractors looking at launching future projects.
Patrick A. Drewry, DSV Partner, will present the webinar and address questions from the audience.
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We are certainly living and working in some strange times these days. Being able to keep business flowing is more important now than ever.
At Van Ausdall & Farrar, within our four buckets of business (Print, Process, IT, and Communication) we have put together a list of some of the top concerns that our clients have expressed during this time. And we're making that information available to you.
Click one of the links below to schedule a consultation appointment, or to complete the Technology Strength Assessment - or both.
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In just 45-minutes learn from one of the nation’s leading media experts:
• Case studies on how businesses who market in economic downturns perform better than their competitors & surge during recovery!
• How to market effectively in tough economic times & what messages work best in order to build a local brand, maintain a customer base & even increase market share!
• Secrets of gaining the best return on investment from any marketing, regardless if it is traditional media (like newspapers, radio & billboards) or digital (like Facebook & Google).
Presenter: Mike Blinder
As an international media consultant, over 60,000 businesses worldwide are using a marketing program designed by Mike. He is also the publisher of Editor & Publisher (E&P) Magazine, considered the “bible” of the North American news publishing industry and the author of Survival Selling.
Leaders in all organizations are facing massive challenges during this global crisis, such as handling overwhelm throughout their leadership team, motivating others that may be feeling afraid, planning for numerous scenarios, or how to think strategically while putting out daily fires.
Having been directly involved in numerous challenges affecting large and small organizations, I understand the need for an objective sounding board, safe place to vent, and an avenue to gain fresh perspective. I can be a resource for you and your team in a variety of ways:
Free 30-minute Zoom Coaching Sessions
Conversation and action planning focused on YOU and the challenges facing YOUR team or organization. Schedule time directly on my calendar at https://calendly.com/krisgfell/30min. Free coaching sessions will be available for the foreseeable future, and are not limited to a one-time event.
Behavior & Cognitive Assessment w/ Executive Session - $449 per person ($1,100 value)
An innovative assessment drives several reports (all provided to you) providing you with a comprehensive guide for coaching and development. The executive summary session helps you recognize strengths as an individual, and how to utilize those strengths not only throughout this crisis, but your current and future roles. This is a powerful tool for an individual or team to gain insight and direction!
Business and HR Leaders Mastermind Group
At any given time, business leaders in all industries have challenges affecting their people, perhaps never to a greater extent than the current global pandemic. Join HRHotSeat to engage with other local business and HR leaders who are navigating today's challenges. There is no cost to become a member of HRHotSeat or participate in meetings and events, just bring your collaborative spirit, current challenges, and open mind to receive support. Visit www.hrhotseat.com to create a profile and sign up for an upcoming virtual meeting.
To Our Valued Partners in Technology
In these unprecedented times, we are still looking to keep business as usual for a sense of normality. Taylored Systems, along with Verkada, our Cloud-Based Video Surveillance Vendor, can offer your organization 2-3 free trial cameras for emergency deployments that can help your organization manage security risks using Verkada’s advanced video security and software technology.
Verkada has set aside emergency cameras to deploy, free of charge ASAP for the greater Indianapolis Region. We will even pay for shipping both ways.
Simply put, we want you to plug this camera in your place of business to view live video and up to 30 days of recorded video, while you’re working from home and to ensure that your business is protected during this time. And for affected healthcare organizations and retirement communities, we can offer a Remote Video Monitoring Station, free-of-charge for 90 days. This station includes up to 10 trial cameras and a viewing station.
If this might be of interest, please respond with where you would like us to send the cameras. If you would like more information on Taylored Systems, please reach out to us at 317-776-4000 or www.taylored.com. You can also download the Verkada Datasheet Here. This offer is valid for the duration of the situation we are currently facing.
We are all in this together, so please do not hesitate to reach out if we can be of any assistance!
All the best,
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3 Healthcare Industry Trends Driving Demand for Better Network Connectivity
By Brad Gramlin
As with every other business these days, reliable connectivity is an imperative component of modern medical facilities. If a network fails, operations at an entire location can screech to a standstill — which, in the best-case scenario, is a major inconvenience, and in the worst, impacts patients’ health and wellbeing.
But reliability is just one element of a healthcare-ready network. Accessibility, security, ease of management and bandwidth also are critical features for healthcare organizations, as demonstrated by these three trends:
1. Hospitals are bettering patient experiences. Many hospitals now focus on improving the customer (i.e., patient) experience, and connectivity plays a part in that through guest networks.
Rarely are patients in waiting rooms interested in browsing old magazines or watching the news or a game show on the television. With everyone carrying their own smartphone and tablets these days, people can select their own forms of entertainment by connecting to a free guest wireless network as they wait to be seen by a provider.
A strong cellular signal can be inconsistent across large facilities or hospitals, making it important to create and manage free networks for guests. Ideally, this network is separate from the one that staff uses, to ensure security for the more mission-critical network--which brings us to the next trend:
2. Data security remains nonnegotiable. While network security is a concern in every industry, in healthcare, it’s paramount: Sensitive medical information is at stake. This means healthcare facilities must ensure hackers can’t get in — yet many organizations wait until it’s too late to take steps to protect their networks from bad actors; an Evansville, Indiana-based medical provider was forced to notify more than 100K patients about compromised data during a ransomware attack, just one of many victims of malicious attacks last year.
Horror stories like this mean many organizations are taking more proactive security measures, spurring interest in technologies like software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN). SD- WAN not only boosts connectivity to users, but it also makes it easy for IT staff to manage and monitor network health inhouse — even remotely, saving IT staff on travel time — via a single dashboard that is capable of providing a holistic view across an entire healthcare system. This enables IT staff to react to any issues or threats quickly; plus, SD-WAN allows failovers, which means IT can address any outages with minimal downtime for users.
IT also can set specific rules about network traffic — prioritizing certain users and applications like electronic health record (EHR) apps and virtual desktop infrastructure — which, in addition to boosting network security, speeds up workflows and creates organizational efficiencies.
This proactive security approach is key to protecting patient data — and while it can be expensive to implement the right measures, it’s of ten more expensive to recover fro m these attacks after the fact, especially in the case of ransomware attacks that hold patient data hostage. In 2018, Hancock Regional Hospital was compromised by a ransomware attack demanding $45 thousand in Bitcoin currency and was forced to temporarily shut down its system. Attacks like this one have only gotten more advanced over the last two years, and they will likely become even more prevalent.
3. Telemedicine’s popularity grows. Patients sometimes go without healthcare because they lack transportation or there are no providers in their area. Telemedicine eliminates these barriers, giving patients more equitable access to medical professionals. It’s also been found to be especially useful in the field of behavioral healthcare. Studies show that talk therapy can be just as effective via camera or phone as it is face to face, making therapy a great proving ground for the benefits of telemedicine.
High bandwidth network connectivity is imperative to ensure patients have a seamless interaction with their care provider via video/VoIP calls.
These three trends demonstrate a healthcare organization’s networks must be more than “just” fast and reliable; they also require comprehensive security, guest accessibility, and be easy to monitor and manage. Organizations that implement infrastructure with these traits will provide an excellent experience for patients, providers and staff alike — a healthy goal to strive toward.
Brad Gramlin is director of enterprise sales for Comcast Business’ Heartland Region, which includes Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan. Gramlin is responsible for inspiring and coaching a team of technology experts who help bandwidth-hungry businesses, schools and governments find and implement the right technology solutions. He’s worked for Comcast Business for 10 years.
We would be happy to review and answer resume questions for any OneZone member. It will be a 25 minute zoom call, we’ll share screens and review your resume/LinkedIn profile and answer any specific questions you may have. Use this link to get started.
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We’ve also launched a free class for job seekers on using LinkedIn. The No-Nonsense Guide to LinkedIn for Job Seekers. The course teaches novice and longtime LinkedIn users how to leverage the platform during a job search with tips on setting up the profile, searching LinkedIn Jobs, finding the hidden jobs on LinkedIn, and networking specifically during a job search. The course can be found here: https://calendly.com/merrfeld/onezone
Of course, we continue to offer resume writing services that highlight each person’s unique accomplishments and skills in a way that gets the attention of hiring managers. Currently our career coaching services are all very popular. They include building a search strategy, understanding and leveraging your network, interview prep, and salary negotiation. They can be found on our website, https://www.merrfeld.com/
Senior1Care to Train Much Needed Health Care Workers
In response to Governor Eric Holcomb’s executive order to alleviate the extreme strain COVID- 19 has put on our health care systems, Senior1Care and Legacy C.N.A. Training, began working with the Indiana Health Care Association & Indiana State Department of Health to help develop a condensed training course for temporary Personal Care Attendants or PCAs.
Personal Care Attendants perform resident care procedures that are part of the training required to earn a Certified Nursing Assistant, or CNA, certification. They do things like getting patients up in the morning, bathing and toileting, serving meals and taking temperatures.
This basic skills training will begin next week in a fully equipped Noblesville training classroom. The large classroom is complete with two hospital beds, patient mannequins, a wheelchair, and all the equipment needed to start the PCA training right away. The certification takes a minimum of 5 hours classroom & 3 hours simulation/demonstration as compared to 3 weeks of accelerated training for the CNA course. Once completed, the PCA receives a letter of certification that can get them a job that day. Even better, Legacy CNA is offering the course for free as a public service.
Nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and other places where seniors live are desperate for additional health care workers due to the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes the immediate need for CNAs. The addition of temporary PCAs will help ease this shortage and supply needed support to the healthcare industry.
Legacy CNA Training is Senior1Care’s training school and is the top CNA training school in the state. The training for CNAs is rigorous, and after the training is complete students must pass a state exam to receive their certification.
Patrick Broccolo, Co-Owner at Senior1Care, said “Once the coronavirus crisis eases, PCAs will be encouraged to continue their education for a CNA certification.” The state has added provisions that will allow the PCA training to be counted towards a CNA certification.
For more information visit: LegacyCNATraining.com/personal-care-attendant
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Join us for an exclusive Growth Lab Live experience on Thursday, April 2, 12PM-1PM EST, as we bring together innovative experts, local business owners, and solutions that get tactical on the social platforms that matter to your customers in these unprecedented times.
We’re giving you the formula to scale and innovate on social media:
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Crises mean Opportunities for Small Businesses
Small businesses are more flexible, leaner, agile, and able to react faster to abrupt and sudden changes in the world. The current crisis is requiring the small businesses to pick up the slack, fill in the gaps that that our larger counterparts are unable to do.
This can be made more challenging by Stay@Home orders. But such an order need not mean the end of business. Just a change to business as usual.
Through a combination of cloud services, such as Office365, VPN, and remote desktop options, we can help you and your staff maintain work cycles from outside the office. Most VoIP phone systems will allow staff to either receive business calls on their smart phones or the desk phone can be connected to the home broadband.
And most of the tools needed to implement are already available in most businesses.
Indy’s I.T. Department is open for business, where our business is supporting your business.
Last week we heard from Kimble Richardson about stress and mental health during these tough times. Below is a link to the podcast and a PDF called Taking Care of your Behavioral Health: Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation during an Infectious Disease Outbreak.
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Navigating These Challenging Times – A Resource Guide for Small Businesses
As COVID-19 impacts our communities, we’ve all paused a time or two, or several these past couple of
weeks. For many people, small business owners included, you didn’t get into entrepreneurship because
you like looking at balance sheets or profit and loss statements. However, that is one of the first things
small business owners should be looking at. As we navigate these challenging times, we are here to
offer helpful resources for you to better pilot.
1. Assess the Balance Sheet and Protect Cash Flow.
Review your Balance Sheet and look for ways to offset costs during these times. Expense Management
and Cash Flow will be the lifeblood of your business, assess the cash levels and look for efficiencies to
help short term hiccups. Can you reduce inventory costs without sacrificing quality or convenience for
clients? Most importantly, be agile! Being nimble and ready to pivot when needed gives many small
businesses the advantage during tough times. Always plan for your next move!
2. Reach Out to Your Vendors.
Should you find yourself needing to consider rearranging how and when to make certain payments, you
may decide to have conversations with your vendors to arrange alternate payment options aside from
direct debit. To dial in more direct control of your account activity, you could choose to originate ACH
transactions or, potentially, send checks when appropriate. If this is a step you decide to take, make sure
to contact your vendors (both verbally and in writing) and state that you would like to turn the direct
debit function off/revoke authorization, and that you prefer to set up an alternate payment
arrangement. You should also request that the revocation of your previous debit authorization be
provided in writing, so that you can maintain a copy for your records
Remember that you can monitor daily activity through your Business Online Banking platform. Other
options to monitor activity could include Check and ACH Positive Pay, just ask your bank contact for
more information about the services they can provide. Keep in mind that your bankers are there to be
your advocates, so don’t hesitate to contact them with questions or concerns.
3. Monitor Your Accounts.
The great news in banking is you can monitor your accounts from anywhere. You can bank online,
mobile, and some banks have Video Banking Machines to help you monitor, transact, and manage your
4. Call Your Bank.
Don’t shy away from this conversation. Reach out to your banker, believe it or not we want to hear
from you. Many bankers have resources ready to share with you such as disaster assistance from the
SBA https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance . To be eligible for an economic injury
disaster loan through the SBA, you'll need to be located in a disaster-declared country or contiguous
county. This type of loan is open to private organizations or small business owners who have sustained
economic injury because of the declared disaster. For owners and employees there is also an upcoming
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5. Stay Vigilant.
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 hasn’t halted scammers. Being mindful to slow down, assess information
that is being presented, and relying on experts around you are all great best practices. If something
sounds too good to be true, it likely is. With emotions high this often when scammers will prey on the
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Now that Governor Holcomb’s stay at home order is in effect, news stations are seeing increases in viewership as people look to their local teams for the most up to date information. We are WRTV have seen these increases in adults 18+ during our various news times:
In addition to broadcast, we can also help you target the cord cutters who are catching up on their shows on connected television channels. You can use the same targeting capabilities that are available with digital advertising using these “stations.”
I would be more than happy to talk to you regarding your current business and how we can help you connect with your clients during this time.
Old Nation Bank has put together a resource page for their clients (link) and businesses (link). The information provided on these pages is updated as the situation continues to develop.
They have also put together an article by Ryan Kremer, Chief Information Security Officer at Old National. In this role, he and his team work daily to educate clients about detecting and avoiding possible scams.
Click here to read the article.
Do you want to learn from someone who has lived and thrived through multiple crises over the past fifty years? Join me and other business leaders during four one-hour sessions thinking into how to apply John Maxwell’s principles of Leading Through Crisis.
During this virtual group thinking partner time I will facilitate a time to help business leaders and owners discuss and set personal action steps for leading through crisis. How we lead ourselves and others during this challenge will poise us for greater results when it ends.
Go here to register for this leaders roundtable/mastermind and contact me with questions or if you would benefit from a thinking partner during this time.
Trends for Tails Resale Boutique
Trends for Tails Resale Boutique is a is a donation based, upscale resale boutique owned and operated by the Humane Society for Hamilton County. All proceeds benefit the Humane Society and our shelter pets. Our boutique features new and almost new women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, accessories and home decor. Like our Facebook Page to get the most up to date deals and sales! We still need your support to help care for the animals at the Humane Society for Hamilton County. Please shop at our online Poshmark store and anything you order will be shipped to you.
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Humane Society for Hamilton County
As the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak continues to grow, our top priority is the health and safety of our community while keeping our lifesaving commitment to the animals depending on us.
In response to the increasing concern regarding COVID-19, the Humane Society for Hamilton County is closing to the public and ceasing adoptions effective immediately. We are accepting foster applications but most remaining animals are for experienced fosters and people that are already enrolled in our foster system. More info is available here: http://www.hamiltonhumane.com/how-to-help/foster
These proactive measures are being taken in an effort to keep our staff, volunteers, and customers safe, follow the recommendations of public health officials, and focus our team and resources to maximize our lifesaving impact. We are closely monitoring the situation and making real-time adjustments as needed. Stay updated by visiting our COVID-19 page at www.HamiltonHumane.com/COVID19.
We will continue accepting Hamilton County's lost, stray, and unwanted animals with updated hours. If you are surrendering an animal, bringing in a stray or looking for a lost pet, please call ahead at (317) 773-4974. Our hours for intake and looking for a lost pet will be Sunday-Saturday 8am-5pm.
The Humane Society for Hamilton County, just like most organizations, is having to do extra work in response to this virus and is already feeling the financial impact. As with all healthcare institutions and first responders, the care for these animals must continue. The animals depend on us 365 days a year--no matter what. Our staff, volunteers and fosters will continue to care for the animals during these difficult times. So please remember as we all work through this that we need the continued support of our community partners, sponsors, and YOU, to provide the care each animal deserves.
Please help us with our greatest, most urgent needs.
Donate: During this crucial time, funds are more critical than ever to help us keep operations flowing and to get needed supplies. Please consider making a donation in support of the animals in our care at bit.ly/hshcdonate
Contribute Supplies: To help with needed supplies, please visit our wish list at www.HSHCWishList.com
If you don’t already have one, please create an emergency plan for your pet. Make sure pets are wearing identification, have crates and extra supplies and food. Also, identify a caregiver who can help take care of your pet in case you become ill.
We have put together 3 Members 3 Resources. When our members send us information on ways that they can help, we will put together that information and make sure we can provide that information to our members. Here are our 3 Members with 3 Resources we have for you today.
Fellow OneZone members, as businesses owners we are all feeling the pain of these unprecedented times. We understand that one of your largest expenses as a business is your real estate costs. When income starts to dry up, the stress of these payments are real. As a firm that specializes in commercial real estate, we would like to extend our services to you for a free consultation. We understand every business owner’s situation is as unique as the solutions we can offer; however by understanding your specific situation we can advise you on how to minimize your financial exposure during this difficult time. At a minimum we recommend taking the following action:
Immediate Action Item: Reach out to your landlord or bank and have a candid conversation with them about your situation and outlook. Having that conversation before it gets any worse is vital. Asking for relief of payment for a few months and adding those payments on the back end of the contract, is one strategy that has worked well for other clients.
With over 40 years of combined experience, we have seen and been through it all. Hopefully, we can make a positive impact on your business to help weather the storm. Feel free to call or email to schedule a time to discuss.
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With the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the thought on many small and medium-sized business owners minds is “how can I protect my employees and yet ensure that they can work securely from home”. Obviously, a large challenge is to make the employees’ environments as user friendly and familiar as possible.
We have had several companies enquire about a solution and the following is what we have created:
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