Black Lives Matter

These are difficult times. Emotions run high. Our black brothers and sisters are hurting, and rightly so. It is a regrettable and shameful reality that we live in an era where it is necessary to explicitly say that black lives matter, but that is the point, isn’t it? In the year 2020, we must look […]

Leveraging social services for better health in Medicare

Recently, I had the pleasure of co-authoring a blog post on Medicare’s initiative to align our nation’s social services infrastructure with the benefits of the Medicare Advantage program (the Kaiser Family Foundation reports that 1 in 3 Medicare beneficiaries receive their Medicare benefits through a Medicare Advantage plan and that number is growing quickly). The […]

Five Takeaways from the 2018 Election*

1) House Majority matters: OK, this one is obvious. The House will make life “interesting” for the POTUS over the next two years. However, unless Mueller provides a smoking gun, Democrats would be wise to not approach impeachment with any haste. Frankly, it’s a better campaign issue for 2020 and I believe that will be their […]