TexCen.org - Texas Central Hemophilia Association
Andrew Matthews on the Radio!
I wanted to let you know about something fun and interesting I am doing. I am very close to a broker I use and they asked the other day that they wanted to start featuring something about non profits on their money show. I offered to come and record a segment about Hemophilia and the local hemophilia non profit in the area and that led into me also talking about insurance too.
So, listen to AM660(a new conservative radio station upcoming) this Saturday March 1 at 4pm. My segment will be about 4:10. I have done a lot of public speaking but never any radio. It is really crazy these guys want me to do this but they wanted me to talk more about the insurance exchanges and how they work. I am just giving the mechanics of how you now get individual insurance and trying to make it easy for his listeners to understand. It is only about 8 minutes and then they talk about investing. They are great guys by the way and you might listen to the whole thing.
Let me know what you think and who knows how it will play out. If you go to the www.seriousmoneyradio.com their web site,
I think you can download it on your phone. I think it will be funny because they talk about me like I am some big wig in the insurance world but just a little guy that is plodding through it in my business.
Thought you would enjoy something interesting if in car or have a few minutes!
- Andrew Matthews
HFA Choice Project
CHOICE (Community Having Opportunity to Influence Care Equity) is a project driven by Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) and supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CHOICE collects information through an online and paper-based survey.
This survey collects information regarding health experiences of people who have a doctor-diagnosed bleeding disorder and do not receive care at a federally-funded hemophilia treatment center (HTC). HFA's goal for the CHOICE Project is to put the survey results to work to improve the lives of those in the bleeding disorders community.
Welcome to TexCen.org!
Welcome to the Texas Central Hemophilia Association' s official website. Here, you will find a wealth of information and community knowledge which is of particular value to anyone who is affected by a bleeding or clotting disorder.
The mission of the Texas Central Hemophilia Association ("TexCen"), a non-profit corporation, is to promote advocacy among people and families with bleeding and clotting disorders, to support efforts for finding a cure for these disorders, to promote awareness within the general public, and to provide a support network for those affected by a bleeding or clotting disorder.
Please note any upcoming events. We invite all to attend these activities and become involved in a community devoted to helping one another. The activities are always fun and educational. They also provide a fantastic opportunity for meeting and learning from others who are affected by a bleeding or clotting disorder. In addition, TexCen Board Meetings are always open for anyone to attend.
TexCen is always in need of volunteers and donations to continue providing these important services and opportunities to the bleeding disorders community. We invite you to get involved and have fun.
Texas Bleeding Disorders Update
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