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Are you playing checkers or chess with your business?

If you have no vision, you have no future.

As the 2012 republican presidential candidates travel across the country to make their case for the White House and ObamaCare moves forward, have you looked into the future of YOUR business?  Have you considered the potentially devastating impact to your business?  How about the possibilities and tremendous opportunities to continue making a difference in the lives of your clients and prospects? Continue reading…

Five questions to ask yourself…

Five questions to ask yourself — to stick out in a crowded field

With health care reform swirling all around us and impacting the way we all do business, I’m switching gears for a moment to focus on our future by glancing back at our past. Remember the pride you felt when you graduated college. Good grades, good memories and a diploma . . . your ticket to dreams of a bright, successful future – do you remember asking yourself, ok now what? Continue reading…

Mr. Gaunya goes to Washington…

…and comes home renewed with confidence and appreciation.

Each year, the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) holds a legislative “fly-in” called Capitol (CAP) Conference. Well over a 1,000 brokers, consultants and employee benefit professionals make the annual pilgrimage to DC to share best practices, educate their legislators and build long-lasting relationships by supporting our profession and the clients and consumers we serve. Continue reading…

What does responsibility in health care look like?

With knowledge comes responsibility and when we ask for transparency like we did in my last blog post, that’s exactly what we get . . . more responsibility.

Wiki defines responsibility as the state of having the duty to deal with something, to be accountable or to blame for something . . . though in my experience, blame is usually a waste of time and distracts attention from what’s really important. So, what does responsibility in health care look like? Continue reading…

What does transparency in health care mean?

According to Wikipedia, the word transparency implies openness, communication and accountability . . . performing in such a way that it is easy to see what’s wrong. Sounds like our health care system, doesn’t it? Not really and that’s where enormous opportunity exists to “fix” healthcare.

Why is buying healthcare so much more complicated than anything else we buy? Why can’t we see the cost and quality measures of the services we buy BEFORE we buy them? How can we ask people to make more informed choices without information? The answer is we can’t. Continue reading…

Listen to Jennifer on MYOB – The Radio Show!

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Jennifer recently spoke with Rick Brutti and Jeffrey S. Davis on “MYOB – The Radio Show”!

You can listen to Jennifer’s segment HERE, where she discusses the role of Borislow Insurance, transparency of the healthcare system, Health Care Reform, and how to “Bend the Healthcare Trend”.

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