A new book, drawing on the collective wisdom of surviving and thriving CEOs, Leading in Turbulent Times, has some interesting lessons for executives who want to stay in the game.
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One challenge we face in American health care policy today as is how to build premiums for the individual people who buy "non-group" coverage that will be affordable for both older buyers and younger buyers.
We will spend about 17.6 percent of our GDP on health care expenses this year in America, primarily because we are not healthy in some very key areas.
It is sad and ironic that an information-dependent profession is denied convenient access to needed information in an age when we connect other aspects of our infrastructure easily and often.
We can't fix care in America until we have universal coverage. We can't afford universal coverage if we don't fix care. They are a package. They both need to be done.
How do countries who use private health plans achieve universal coverage? They use a "double mandate: Everyone must buy. Everyone must sell.
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