We developed a line of essential boosters to compliment the results you feel with UltraCell. Using The Mimetix™ Formula, our ULTRA line of products are hemp free and can be taken as a standalone or as a booster to UltraCell.
Zilis is paying it forward to our Veterans with the launch of our Patriot Program which serves Veterans from all branches of the U.S. Military. Serving those who served us is our way of expressing gratitude for the sacrifices our servicemen and women and their families have made for our country.
SERVING THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED US
As a gesture of appreciation for your service, Zilis offers two avenues for Veterans to participate in the Patriot Program. The first option is to enroll as a Patriot Ambassador and Zilis will waive the $99 enrollment fee. This option provides Veteran entrepreneurs with the ability to launch their own Zilis business at a discount while still receiving all the Ambassador Perks. Alternately, Veterans who are interested in UltraCell®products for personal use can enroll as a Patriot Customer. This option provides the ability to purchase our original UltraCell and Topical at wholesale pricing, saving you and your family money each time you purchase the product.
With so many CBD products on the market, how do we know what we’re getting? Research. Credible, independent research, study, and experience.
In our review of CBD oil products, we examined and reviewed twenty of the top-selling CBD Oil products on the market today. The characteristics we examined, included: Is the CBD product Full-Spectrum? Organic? High Quality? Operational Scalability? Does it contain additional beneficial ingredients? And, most importantly, what are the Absorption Rate and Bio-Availability? Is your CBD Oil Water-Soluble?
Several companies produce good hemp oil. The problem is that it is OIL. Independent studies performed at the Mayo Clinic Professional Research Center indicated that the most important factors for bio-availability of CBD are the delivery system and absorption rate. The Zilis UltraCell CBD Oil is water soluble, which maximize both factors.
FULL-SPECTRUM RESULTS: UltraCell contains over 400 biologically active compounds, including CBD and an entourage of other cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, vitamins, fatty acids and minerals. By utilizing all aspects of the hemp plant in its natural state, UltraCell creates an environment where the natural compounds work together to create a synergistic effect.
Heffernan’s reputation and success was built through niche practice business such as nonprofit, construction, healthcare, transportation, hospitality, food industry, real estate and technology. With ten branch offices coast-to-coast and approximately 450 staff, Heffernans reach spans virtually every industry. Heffernan will evaluate your current plan, your unique community and emerging trends in the industry and consult with you to develop a customized risk management solution.
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The home health industry needs workers. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts an increase of 1,208,800 new home health aide and personal care aide positions between 2016 and 2026. Finding workers to fill those positions may be difficult, leading to worries of a major worker shortage. But despite the need for workers, there’s also a need for smart hiring practices. To keep workers’ compensation claims down, employers must take precautions.
Workers’ Compensation Claims
Home health workers face risks that can lead to injuries, and these injuries can lead to workers’ compensation claims. These risks include:
Musculoskeletal injuries, often the result of lifting or maneuvering patients
Automobile crashes, which can occur when workers drive from one patient’s home to another
Assaults, which can occur if patients or others become violent
Other accidents, such as tripping and falling, which can occur because workers are constantly visiting different homes with unique layouts and risks
These risks can be made worse if workers are not physically capable of performing essential duties, such as lifting or maneuvering patients, or if they use poor techniques when doing heavy lifting. Dangerous driving habits and criminal tendencies – including filing fraudulent claims – can also result in expensive workers’ compensation claims.
Although these risks cannot be eliminated entirely, careful hiring practices can reduce them.
Let’s face it – sports teams don’t win championships because of the actions of a few good players. They win with teamwork. That same kind of teamwork is needed to successfully manage your workers’ compensation program. Long before a claim is filed, you need to assemble a winning team and formulate a strong game plan so you can knock your goals out of the park. Who do you need on your team?
Times are changing in health care. Are your insurance and risk management programs keeping up?
With health care reform, a booming older population, industry consolidation, cyber risk, and evolving technology, there are a lot of exposures to consider in the health care industry. While change is good, it can create coverage gaps, oversights, and new exposures not considered by last year’s insurance.