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 […]