Category Archives: healthcare

Calfornia is still the state that creates the future of business

California is still the state that creates the most businesses and is poised to create even more in 2013. In the coming weeks, you are going to see desperate States sending their hard-earned cash trying to lure California businesses away … Continue reading

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California Forges Ahead With Its Health-Insurance Exchange While Others Dither

State-Run Health Insurance Exchanges …which States are making progress? When did dithering equate to leadership? Never. California is not dithering and is leading the way on State-Created Healthcare Exchanges. As you all know, I am on the board of San … Continue reading

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4 Years Later, Are Americans Better Off?

4 years ago, was America in a better or worse position than we are in today? Let’s be very clear that I am not talking about anyone’s condition suffered under a natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy or any other individual … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy’s Potential Impact on the Election Narrative

Hurricane Sandy’s rude arrival may create an even larger picture of the role of big and small institutions in all of our lives. The narrative had been: It’s all about the economy, stupid!”. Well, I beg to differ and I … Continue reading

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The Debate, Round 2 – Will We Get The Whole Truth, and Nothing But The Truth?

The Debate – Round 2. Did we get the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me God”? On Thursday Joe Biden and Paul Ryan will have the opportunity to stand (or sit) in a room and look … Continue reading

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Presidential Debate Result – Tactics and Strategies

Presidential Debate. Tonight, during the debate, I was watching television and I swear I saw Bigfoot riding a Unicorn. I saw and heard comments so fantastical …comments that seemed so unrealistic and so beyond imagination, it was too hard to … Continue reading

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4 Years Later, Is America Better Off?

4 years ago, America made a decision to elect a President. How did we do? Are we better off? Are we worse off? I’m a business guy so I like measuring things related to performance. Like many, I tend to … Continue reading

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