2017 Corporate Training Asian Narrator

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2017 Corporate Training Asian Narrator 
ZD1866107
This requires a news-anchor approach with a slight Asian-American Accent, and will be part of an online training module.

**Will accept pricing proposals along with with auditions. Looking for $65 - $90 per minute range. You may send a message with your pricing. Submissions need to be a slight Asian-American voice, and must include the short script paragraph identified in the Short Script section of this request, or other segments of the script. Submissions with heavy or impersonated accents will not be considered.
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2017-01-20 18:39:20 GMT
2017-01-27 12:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
To be defined
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
Via Internet: Will be used only within the Bon Secours network
20 MINUTES
English - USA and Canada
None
Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
Slight Asian Accent.

Script Details

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The Government and insurance companies are requiring us to operate differently. Earlier we talked about how the Affordable Care Act is changing the way we care for patients; with less focus on how many procedures we provide, and more focus on improving actual outcomes.

Consistent with our value of growth, this requires us to grow as an organization, embrace change, and learn new ways of doing things in the effort to improve our services.

There are many examples of how we may need to approach change and improving the care of our patients. I’ll mention two important examples, bundled payment arrangements and value-based care.

Complying with the rules and requirements is important for our long term success.

But it’s more than that:
It’s about doing the right thing. The Code of Conduct requires nothing less of us.

In organizations that have a strong commitment to ethics:

• Leaders communicate and discuss ethics as a priority.
• Supervisors and middle management reinforce and reward ethical behavior.
• Coworkers support one another in doing right, and there is
• “Tone at the top….mood in the middle….buzz at the bottom”— this is what is essential for building a strong, ethical culture in our organization.

In the Vanguard case study, it was both middle managers and upper level leaders who failed to build an ethical culture, by failing to respond to concerns that were raised.

Under bundled payment arrangements, health care providers (such as hospitals and physicians) are paid a single payment for all the services performed to treat a patient undergoing a specific episode of care. An “episode of care” is the care delivery process for a certain condition or care delivered within a defined period of time. For example, if a patient undergoes surgery, payers would traditionally reimburse the hospital, surgeon, and anesthesiologist separately for their part in the treatment. Through a bundled payment model, the payer would collectively reimburse the providers involved, using a set price for the episode of care, which is usually based on historical costs.

In value-based models, doctors and hospitals are paid for helping keep people healthy and for improving the health of those who have chronic conditions in an evidence-based, cost-effective way. This is a departure from the traditional fee-for-service approach. With fee-for-service, doctors and hospitals are paid based on the number of health care services they deliver, such as tests and procedures. Payment generally has little to do with whether their patients’ health improves. 
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