3 points submitted 4 days agoCasual thought I had when I saw one of my U12s kicking a volleyball about before a game last week was that we could ban their usage in the game for younger age groups, but teach proper technique with a ball that much lighter/softer so that the skillset is still there when it less dangerous for the kids to actually do so.As for injuries being part of the game, there a vast difference between the possibility of a bad muscle or bone injury, and the possibility of a long term brain injury. I see no reason for youth players to be potentially jeopardizing their futures (both in and out of football) for the sake of winning a ball in the air. 3 points submitted 1 month agoFrom who, though? As long as USSF and SUM stay so intrinsically linked, and MLS maintains its stranglehold on the D1 designation, I don see a lot of positive change coming through.
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The current reading of the SKEW Index has come down but it reached its highest level ever in recent years and remains elevated:The index typically vacillates between 100 and 150. The closer the current level is to 100 the more likely it is that investors assume a tail risk event is negligible. But as the indicator rises it means investors are far more worried about an outlier event because they are buying downside protection for tail risk events in the form of put options.
“It an exciting time of growth for NurseGrid and the addition of these strategic hires and promotions will create even more value for our customers.”Lorenzo Ciacci, joining as CTO, has spent more than 20 years working in technology and leadership with brands including Sony, Nike, Disney, Universal Music Group, Adobe, Intel, and AT He recently served as CTO of Vacasa, a technology vacation rental management company, where he defined strategic initiatives and goals and scaled his team from 8 to more than 50 people.NurseGrid is also adding a new board member, Pam Pure, who brings with her over 25 years of healthcare IT experience including 8 years serving as EVP, COO, and CTO at McKesson Provider Technologies.Eric Hall, DNP, APRN, joining as Vice President of Professional Services and Customer Success, has over 20 years of experience developing, scaling, and leading global Customer Success teams in the healthcare industry. Eric is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and an Army Veteran. Most recently Eric served as Director of International Clinical Services Operations for InTouch Health where he oversaw international front line customer support, implementation, and account management teams.Ward Sparacio, joining as Vice President of Sales, is a 25 year healthcare industry veteran with global management experience.