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Going in-depth on features, enhancements, and accelerators in the athenaOne EHR, as well as industry trends impacting those on the athenahealth network. Visit the athenahealth Marketplace (marketplace.athenahealth.com) to learn more about our partner sponsors.
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The Athena Intelligence Podcast is your portal into the world of digital assets. Brought to you by Adam, Amish and James, who are the executives leading the digital asset hedge fund, Athena Assets. Join us as we delve into the realms of the digital asset trends, business leadership, macro markets and all things topical. Whether you're a business leader, policy maker, or simply a curious mind, tune in to sharpen your intellect and navigate the complexities of our ever-evolving world. Welcome ...
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Previously Maevyn’s Bookshelf, Now Maevyn's Athenaeum. An Athenaeum is an institution for the promotion of literary or scientific learning. A Library or Reading Room. A Sanctuary of Athena at Athens, built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, and frequented by poets and scholars. Making a come back from disappearing in 2019 to bring you more crazy adventures, fun stories and hopefully some knowledge. Welcome to my Athenaeum, where you'll find Magic hidden in plain sight.
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Athena Rising

Athena Rising

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Kitera Dent and Anna Vickroy explore topics that matter to the modern woman who is rising in her feminine energy and is shifting the paradigm for women in our culture. Through vulnerable honest conversations, we bring more awareness to what holds us back so that we can fully step in our divine power.
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Athena Headache focuses on the fringes of music from Ohio and the Midwest: noise, experimental, improv, and anything weird that falls inbetween. Different hosts curating individual episodes.
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Athena Art Foundation

Athena Art Foundation

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Athena Asks is an art history podcast series. In each new episode, a host from Athena Art Foundation speaks exclusively with a different art historian, curator or artist about a current exhibition or project. Their conversation takes a deep dive into the core ideas, motivations, development and execution of the exhibition, and locates it in the wider cultural conversations and questions.
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we only get one life on earth. all the possible experiences, thoughts, feelings, and knowledge that is in our reach during our one priceless life is unlimited, so are our lives right now the fullest they are able to be? tune into athenable with me for a variety of episodes (topics such as self-worth, inspiration, and happiness), my personal experiences, random thoughts, and everything in between. so that together, with the wisdom we learn from each other's rather normal lives, we are able to ...
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Take a seat around the community fire and listen to stories that inspire with host Kathy Robinson, author of The Athena Principles, Simple Wellness Practices for Overworked Professionals. Reclaim your Warrior Spirit, rekindle your passion and explore your mind, body and spirit in a safe, uplifting space. Once a successful corporate executive, Kathy followed her own passion and became an author, online educator, corporate consultant and executive coach. As the founder of Athena Wellness, Kath ...
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More Than One Thing will pull back the curtain on successful creatives whose journeys appear seemingly perfect. They are not. No one, if they are being truthful, has it all figured out. I want to highlight those multi-hyphenates who are open enough to share their grit. Through a series of interviews, More than One Thing reveals how each guest broke societal norms, found a way to climb outside that perfectly packaged box of expectations and found success in not just one thing, but many. This ...
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"Let's navigate towards our higher selves, together." — Hey! My name is Athena Zeus, and I'm the host of Let's Get High, a podcast I created that focuses on self-love and growth; and as I share my experiences as I live them, it's with the faith that it'll help someone. Get in bitches, we’re healing! 🚗💨 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/letsgethigh/support
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ATHENA NO SEINTO: Saint Seiya

ATHENA NO SEINTO: Saint Seiya

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Programa de podcast dedicado al universo de Saint Seiya - Caballeros del Zodiaco. Nuestro objetivo es dar a conocer más aún a la que, a nuestro entender, ha sido y será la obra maestra del gran mangaka Masami Kurumada. Un mundo basado en el antiguo código de la caballería y las antiguas leyendas mitológicas sobre las constelaciones. En él. existe un grupo de jóvenes y valerosos santos que luchan a las ordenes de Athena, protegiendo el amor y la justicia en la tierra. Donaciones: https://payp ...
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In Greek Mythology, the goddess Athena embodied intelligence, warfare, and practicality. Held in high esteem. Ancient Greeks back in the day sought her for guidance, as her wisdom knew no bounds. Whether fighting beside them in Homer’s Iliad, or providing insight for the wife of an Athenian soldier. Beloved by all, she represents the mental fortitude and the might of strategy. Yet what if her insight is beyond the tales of old? Inspired by her mythos, avid weightlifter Pauline Allera aims to ...
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Welcome to the Athena Intelligence Podcast, brought to you by Adam, Amish and James, who are all the executives leading the digital asset fund, Athena Assets. Series 1, Episode 5. In this final episode of the series, we reflect on our journey that Athena has taken us on, both as individuals and as a team. We speak about how difficult the journey ha…
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Welcome to the Athena Intelligence Podcast, brought to you by Adam, Amish and James, who are all the executives leading the digital asset fund, Athena Assets. Series 1, Episode 4. In this episode, we conclude our "Get to know us mini-series" with Adam and James letting Amish do his thing, telling you all exactly how it is. We explore his journey fr…
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Welcome to the Athena Intelligence Podcast, brought to you by Adam, Amish and James, who are all the executives leading the digital asset fund, Athena Assets. Series 1, Episode 3. In this episode, Adam and Amish open up Athena's Head of Trading, James More about his journey from construction management to hedge fund investment officer. We cover his…
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Welcome to the Athena Intelligence Podcast, brought to you by Adam, Amish and James, who are all the executives leading the digital asset fund, Athena Assets. Series 1, Episode 2. In this episode, James and Amish grill Adam about what led him to this point in life. We cover Adam's past football career, the series of events that led him to launch th…
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As of the Summer 2024 Release, your patients will be able to fill out numerous check-in forms digitally – and the information in the forms will flow into structured data fields in athenaOne, reducing or eliminating the need for office staff to input that data in athenaOne. Learn more about what we have planned for Enhanced Self-Check-In workflows i…
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Welcome to the Athena Intelligence Podcast, brought to you by Adam, Amish, and James, who are all executives leading the digital asset fund, Athena Assets. Series 1, Episode 1. In this Episode, the guys introduce themselves to the world. The voices behind the faces of the digital asset hedge fund, Athena Assets. We cover what lead us here, institut…
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Iain McGilchrist is the author of The Matter with Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World and The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. He has said that "‘Our talent for division, for seeing the parts, is of staggering importance – second only to our capacity to transcend it, in ord…
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Mai Wang is an assistant professor of literature at UT Dallas, where she teaches Asian American and Chinese diasporic literature. Her first book project, The Asian American Renaissance, examines the imaginative alliances formed between diasporic Asian American authors and their nineteenth-century American predecessors. In this conversation: How Asi…
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athenaOne is already the most flexible, configurable, and agile solution available to clinicians, but we’re now building comprehensive tools and support models to empower these specialists with the tools they need to provide the best possible patient care. Hear more about our plans to better support specialties like urgent care, women's health, and…
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Michael Thomas is curator of The Legacy of Vesuvius: Bourbon Discoveries on the Bay of Naples at the Meadows Museum, Dallas, as well as From Texas to the World: Common Ground at UT Dallas and the Dallas Museum of Art. In this conversation: What the Bourbons discovered in 18th-century excavations at Pompeii and Herculaneum; the effect of the Grand T…
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#258 In this shortened episode, Kathy shares what’s on the horizon for Athena Wellness, including a video component to the podcast. Kathy also announces a special giveaway for loyal listeners of the show. Details included in the links below. Links: Coaching package drawing: To enter, send an email to hello@athenawellness.com with the subject line “…
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#257 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today we’ll conclude this series with a talk that incl…
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Gerytades: An Aristophanes Play... sort of, by poet and translator A.M. Juster, is out now from Contubernales Publishing. In this conversation: How Gerytades was lost and found; what makes for great comedy; timeliness and timelessness in human nature; how to approach a play that survives in fragments; the fate of light verse; literature, humor, and…
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"Dragon Eye," Thomas Riccio's immersive video installation documenting the culture of the Miao people of China, was recently on view at the SP/N Gallery at UT Dallas. In this conversation: The process of visiting and doing research with the Miao people in remote mountain villages; cultural preservation in the face of modernity; "Form Fatigue"; an e…
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Thomas Locke Hobbs is a photographer whose books include L.A. Vedute, which was shortlisted for Aperture Photobook of the Year, and Rampitas. In this conversation: Cities in the U.S., Peru and Colombia; domestic architecture, density and class division; negative space in the built environment; Eugène Atget and photo history; season, climate, and mo…
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Franklin Einspruch is the editor of Aphorisms for Artists: 100 Ways Toward Better Art, by Walter Darby Bannard, and the proprietor of Dissident Muse Journal. In this conversation: Why the aphorism?; the significance of abstract art and of Clement Greenberg; the place of commitment in art; how to teach art; the relationship between creativity, intui…
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#256 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the eighth installment, which includes…
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#255 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the seventh installment, which include…
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Unlike other day-to-day expenses, medical bills can take patients by surprise -- making it more difficult for them to pay their balances promptly, which in turn puts more work on office staff to collect those payments. In the latest episode of the athenahealth podcast, we walk through some of the tools you have to facilitate digital patient payment…
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#254 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the sixth installment, which includes …
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#253 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the fifth installment, which includes …
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#252 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the fourth installment, which includes…
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#251 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the third installment, which includes …
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Erika Doss is the author of Spiritual Moderns: Twentieth-Century American Artists and Religion (University of Chicago Press). In this conversation: why art historians have often neglected the intersection of art and faith in modernism; the fluidity of religion in modernity; modern artists vs. religious artists; comparing Christian Science, Bahá’í, …
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#250 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series. Today’s talk is the second installment, which includes…
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#249 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a question she’s often asked: “You always talk about living from the heart. What does that mean and how do I do it?” This has inspired a multi-episode series beginning with today’s talk, which includes an overview…
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#248 Today is Wednesday, time for a coaching conversation that addresses a student-inspired topic. In this episode, Kathy is focusing on a midlife trend of moving from external recognition and rewards to internal validation, resulting in a happier life. Kathy begins with the what’s driving the trend toward fulfillment. Then she explores how to iden…
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In the Spring 2024 Release, we're rolling out several features designed to help you get your claims submitted faster and cleaner, ultimately getting you paid faster. Today's podcast goes in-depth on new features like Automatic Claim Creation, the Claim Assistant sidebar, and more -- coming to athenaOne the week of March 18. This episode of the athe…
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#247 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost. In this episode, Kathy is sharing specific strategies you can implement inspired by the book Your Big Leap Year by Gay Hendricks. This is a follow-up from last week when Kathy shared some thoughts on the premise and principles included in Hendricks’ related book, The Big Leap. Kathy begins …
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Pauline discusses the significance of developing self-esteem for women and citing research that emphasizes issues regarding low self-esteem amongst women. She sends off the viewers with stories and reflections she has learned throughout the journey of being a content creator and a podcast show host regarding the podcast. At the end, she encourages …
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#246 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost. In this episode, Kathy’s recalling an impactful book she read on the recommendation of a business coach she worked with years back. The book is The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. She shares the concepts that helped shape her next chapter when she was considering her post-corporate life and sugg…
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In this belated Halloween-themed episode, Pauline aims to explore the price and challenges of womanhood. She uses the horror video game Silent Hill 3 as an example of how skilled a video game captures these psychological issues. Pauline aims to scale back with how many women who participate in strength training or fitness started due to feelings of…
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