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La variabilidad en la tarifa de la energía eléctrica y avances en el Protocolo de Entendimiento entre la república de Nicaragua y Unión Fenosa fueron algunos de los temas expuestos este 16 de mayo por el ingeniero David Castillo, Presidente Ejecutivo del Instituto Nicaragüense de Energía, INE, ante el plenario.

El Presidente Ejecutivo del ente regulador de la energía señaló, en su comparecencia ante los parlamentarios, que el precio del petróleo es una variable tan incierta que dificulta prever la tarifa energética a los usuarios y su planeación se hace a mediano plazo, no al día a día. Además, indicó que hay acumulación de deuda por los compromisos crediticios adquiridos, para cubrir el déficit creado cuando no se ajusta la tarifa al subir el precio del petróleo por encima de lo estimado.

Asimismo, aclaró que la actual tarifa se fijó teniendo como referencia un precio de US$110 el barril del crudo, pero si supera esta valía sería necesario un nuevo incremento. Al respecto, aseguró a los medios de comunicación que en junio podrá pronunciarse sobre un posible incremento en la tarifa energética o mantenimiento de la actual.

Avances en Protocolo de Entendimiento entre Nicaragua y Unión Fenosa

En febrero del 2009, la Asamblea Nacional ratificó mediante decreto, el Protocolo de Entendimiento entre las Empresas Distribuidoras de Electricidad del Norte y del Sur (DISNORTE y DISSUR), del Grupo Unión Fenosa internacional S.A., y el gobierno de Nicaragua. Con este instrumento el estado nicaragüense se comprometió a la aprobación de la Ley de Promoción del Uso Responsable del Servicio de Electricidad. En tanto, Unión Fenosa aceptó costear las medidas antifraude de dicha ley, así como la mejora de la calidad del servicio de distribución y comercialización, reducción de las pérdidas técnicas, expansión de la red y control energético.

El ingeniero Castillo explicó que de los casi 33 millones de dólares que debía invertir Unión Fenosa, ha ejecutado alrededor de US$25 millones entre el 2007 y 2011, por ello, el INE le otorgó prorroga para completar en el 2012 los siete y medio millones de dólares restantes de inversión.

Durante la comparecencia del titular del Instituto Nicaragüense de Energía, los parlamentarios lo consultaron sobre el papel del INE como ente regulador. En este sentido, el diputado Carlos Langrand destacó que el tema de la energía afecta la competitividad de las empresas.

El ingeniero David Castillo explicó que las resoluciones del INE son apegadas a derecho, lo cual explica que de los 22 mil recursos administrativos de usuarios que alegaron mal cálculo en el cobro de Unión Fenosa, equivalente a C$112 millones, el 28% se resolvió a favor del cliente, 56% de la distribuidora y un 11% improcedente.

En cumplimiento a su atribución constitucional el parlamento convocó a ocho titulares de distintas instituciones para rendir un informe de su gestión, entre ellas, al del INE, quedando pendientes el Superintendente de Bancos y el Fiscal General de la República para las próximas sesiones plenarias.

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      mayo 22, 2012 at 5:09 pm

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      • Furkan
        junio 16, 2012 at 11:02 am

        Sherri,I can only speak from my own personal exrcniepee at Mayo-Rochester. I am assuming you have had your care elsewhere, or from other providers.My exrcniepee with Mayo has been that they also send a patient to a number of specialists as appropriate. The difference is that they have all those specialists In-House'; and after they all have spent time with the patient and reviewed all the test results, those specialists, and your primary doctor, meet and talk through your case. Each specialist also has all the exrcniepee of their departments at their disposal, so that if a unique situation is in question, odds are they have more on-premises exrcniepee and resources available. At least that has been my exrcniepee. (The last figures I saw, Mayo has 3,700 staff physicians, 3,200 residents, fellows and students, and 49,000 administrative and allied health staff.) So, it's not one specialist here with their opinion, another one in another city with another opinion, etc.As an example, in this economy, there was a period when we lost our insurance at the discretion of the insurance company. I had to fallback to the VA healthcare system. I had a problem in one leg that progressively became worse and finally I collapsed one day. Over 14 months the VA sent me to doctor after doctor and the leg just became worse. Finally, I was able to gain new insurance and return to Mayo. In six hours, I saw three doctors, had the needed tests done, and they had a diagnosis. Today, four months later, I am back to walking 2 to 3 miles in the morning, getting ready for the softball season, and starting to run again. Where everyone else was treating for a bum knee, Mayo found deep-vein clots, that could have been fatal. Draw your own conclusions.My suggestion, call Mayo Rochester, make a trip out of it, plan for a few days, and take the time to walk around the campus and see just what they have and what they can offer. My exrcniepee is that it was the answer to healthcare I was always looking for. Good luck, and wishing you the best. (And no, I'm not an employee, and I'm not compensated in anyway for my comments. I just believe it is something everyone should know about.)

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        junio 17, 2012 at 9:07 pm

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    • Ryszard
      junio 16, 2012 at 7:55 am

      It's wonderful to see leiaershdp at Mayo committing to promoting diversity. I love that Dr. Noseworthy used the terms compassion and understanding, the very building blocks of diversity. Once we are able to put aside our own worldviews and needs we open up to being able to see through someone else's eyes and empathize with their experience. As Mayo follows this philosophy it will likely lead to a great level of caring in all areas.Take care,Guy

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    • Zikrullah
      junio 16, 2012 at 3:08 pm

      she would get back to me.So here I am 11 days later and no response from her.I rlealy didn't expect much from her but a pat on my butt anyway. In my opinion Mayo has a system problem that is not the fault of the doctors we visited. They did their best.Our vision of Mayo was once accepted into the Gold Standard of medicine for the entire world that we would not be let go until Mayo had exhausted every avenue to research my wife's condition. After 5 YEARS OF THIS CONDITION WORSENING WE WERE VERY HOPEFUL WHEN MAYO ALLOWED US TO COME TO ROCHESTERInstead we experienced what I would expect in small town USA. 1. Assigned to one Internal Medicine doctor.2. Referred to a couple of other doctors who had no answers but knew someone that might know and after a third Doctor could not reach a conclusion we were sent back to Internal Medicine to be dismissed.Why would Mayo allow us to leave without our case being escalated to a higher level? Perhaps to specialists who are not bogged down like the Doctors we visited who have a heavy schedule of appointments and live in a Medical World of Billable Procedures only and no time for research. They either have an answer or they don't. Why would the top Medical Institution in the World run us through a small Loop of Doctors and call it quits? Where's the pride? Where's the medical professional that says There must be someone that has seen this problem before What more can we do Who can we network with to broadcast this special case How can we make the patient feel we care and are doing all that is possible to reasearch this and are not going to give up How could we be let out of there without even a refferal to another institution that might be of help?This has to be done on a systems or Policy levelThus I explain my previous comment that, in my opinion, Mayo is picking the low hanging Billable procedures but, .. present them with a difficult pain complaint which is localized to one area of the body and once they run out of Billable ideas it's out the door for you.Now I even more disappointed when the patient affairs Dept drops the ball on our case.Less than a week after leaving Mayo my wife had to go to a local emergency room suffering from dibilitating pain and spasams. She was given a injection of Muscle relaxer and Predisone. Plus a three week regimen of heavy doses of Predisone which has been helpful in reducing her pain to a more tolorable level. This emergency room gave my wife more releif than Mayo Rochester did in over 3 weeks.I still hold out hope that your institution will continue to explore an answer to reach a diagnosis and cure of my wife's condition

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    • Sunita
      junio 17, 2012 at 7:47 pm

      Having Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is a great asset, in theory. Unfortunately those of us who live ouitsde Olmstead County can't get in to see the specialists we need. Giving Twin Citians access to high-demand specialties would be the best thing that would come out of your portal at MOA. This wouldn't necessarily require your physicians to travel, though that would be nice, but a screening process done by NP's or PA's for appointments in Rochester would be cost effective and convenient.I would also like to see more health fairs. I know you have already begun these, but offering more of them for various populations would be nice.Please also consider providing information centers that focus on diseases/conditions that affect a large percentage of people: Diabetes, cancer, heart disease, etc. Much like your cancer center in Rochester, but beyond cancer. Wellness should be included of course.And since Phase II of MOA hasn't even broken ground, I would love it if you didn't wait, but instead moved in sooner.

  4. Teodora
    junio 16, 2012 at 2:52 pm

    I was swollen like a bloloan, I remember my hands and feet peeling so bad & my hair falling out from daily CTs.My story:I had surgery on Dec 17,2008 to remove my kidney for what we were told, was advanced stage kidney cancer. We now find my Dr records show only renal mass, presumed TCC of the kidney, and not a single biopsy done before or during surgery that confirms any cancer, and my family was told immediately after surgery I was Cancer free. Then just the other day after the 12th request for ALL medical records(don't understand why this is such a struggle). We again, find even more disturbing information. I never saw any oncologist,that my PCP & Urologist clearly told us I was seeing, only (PCP,Urologist,Radiology)and now we are finding information that just turned up in my latest records request showing an Ultrasound I had on 11/11/2008 clearly indicates NO left or right renal mass, No bladder mass, No uterine Mass and a urine cytology shows negative for cancer cells another traumatic story, so I will stop and discuss the septic shock trauma from this surgery.12/17/2008, during surgery for Left Laparoscopic nephroureterectomy,left aortic and interaortocaval lymph node dissection, right iliac and obturator lymph node dissection my intestine was accidently punctured.12/17/2008 12/19/2008, I laid in a hospital in terrible pain for 2 days begging for help and was told by nurses & doctors I was being a baby and they just gave me more pain meds. I also find out no blood work had been done except Hct & Hgb and they were both Low and my urine output was very very low, maybe something that could have been a clue for the future, how about total blood work after a major surgery.On 12/19/2008, the last thing I really remember for many, many months was looking into the eyes of my husband and telling him I was dying. He rushed to get help and General surgery stepped in and rushed me to emergency surgery, I was in Septic Shock. I spent 20 days on life support in ICU and survived only to be discharged quickly on 1/16/2009 with tubes and open wounds and the doctors & hospitals knowledge that I had another huge 9 cm abscess in the left flank that they couldn't reach through the abdominal incision, Major respiratory issues, etc. Well of course my husband had to rush me back on 1/21/2009 and then more drains added until they finally they did a flank surgery on 1/23/2009. I also had over the course of my treatment many blood transfusions, mixups in my treatment orders and various other traumatic events. Well,I finally left the hospital early March 2009, and had home health & my husband nurse my wounds at home for months, until all drainage tubes,wound vacs an d open wounds healed in late July 2009. Since I am a strong willed person & a fighter that has never let anything get me down,(but this trauma),I fought my way out of the bed, wheelchair, walker, and was told by my doctors to walk,walk,walk. Only to find out around Sept/Oct 2009, that the additional pain I was now noticing was my abdominal wall tearing in the lower pelvic area, because of the infection, then the next month they found 2 more inguinal and ?? in my upper abdomen. My doctor didn't feel I was physically or mentally ready for another major surgery to repair them until after the 2009 holiday, but then the problems started as I was out of work for a year and lost my job and insurance. So there went my multiple hernia repair surgeries, and all care, since I could pay cash. I think that was the point I started wanting to know more about all that had happened to me, I was then told I had to ask questions through their risk manager and was never able to talk to any of m y doctors and labeled CRAZY , I know this as the nurse thought she hung up the phone when she called to cancel an appointment and continued talking to the office personnel on my vm about how Georjean Parrish, this CRAZY person will be calling upset we cancelled her appt.I new I wasn't crazy for thinking they should be responsible for completely fixing all the medical issues they created, but since I couldn't pay and had no insurance, I was sent numerous letter asking me to quit asking questions & that as of 4/30/2010 I needed to find new doctors, and I didn't even understand all that had happened to me to be able to explain to a new doctor. My PCP basically acted ignorant to all that had happened to me and never referred me to any needed services, for R lower lung paralysis, asperating from being intubated twice,etc. Blood issues,etc.The the last PCP I found to treat me after my medicare started, got frustrated with my questions and didn't have enough time in her schedule to accommodate me, so here I sit home bound with no life, no car to find a doctor, no correct abdominal supports, since now the doctor I discussed surgery with is worried it has been so long that there will be issues with scare tissue and adhesion, so until something ruptures or my intestines get incarcerated/strangled, he say to leave well enough alone.OK, I can kind of agree that God has gotten me this far he wouldn't let me down now, but days when I am so sick, I get scared. I struggle to pay for the medicines I take, since medicare doesn't cover and AZ doesn't offer supp plans if under 65.I live on daily Miralax and now a very limited diet, low carb,low fat, low cholestorol, no caffine, no dairy, only water, water and more water, 1 glass of tea per day since I can't eat a lot of meat with my hernias and have been told last month my blood work is terrible & my 1 kidney is compromised. I feel like I am limited to bread and water and don't dare try and ask for more specific info as to why for fear of loosing another doctor, because I ask too many questions.Yes, I thank God everyday that I survived Septic Shock, so I can be here with my husband, children and grandchildren, I just wish I could get completely well and feel better and have my life back.So much for life after Surviving Septic Shock, I really do try to stay Positive and Hopeful, but that doesn't seem to be working very well, somedays. I just want to be healthy again and able to LIVE my life.Thank You, for listeningGeorjean Parrish

  5. Vinnycius
    junio 17, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    Dear Drs.Do you have an explanation as to why, wheeevnr I take a medication that contains HCL, like Hytrin and recently, betaine hcl, my heart goes into atrial fibrillation (the heartbeat becomes irregular and slows down to 43 beats per minute)? Is there an explanantion to this?I look forward to hearing from you on this matter. With many thanks,Sincerely,Mario Almario

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