For most people, health insurance is provided in whole or part by their employer. We rarely read our policies and don’t know our choices. This program is designed to give you a look at health care from the hospitals’ perspective and to see risk and regulations as an insurance company views them so you can better understand the choices that you may need to make if you are ever faced with entering a hospital.
The present system of health care and the consolidation of both hospitals and insurance companies are confusing to most of us. This program is designed to give you a look at health care from the hospitals’ perspective and to see risk and regulations as an insurance company views them so you can better understand the choices that you may need to make if you are ever faced with entering a hospital.
Today, there are many who state that it needs to be changed in order to better reflect the needs of modern society, and that the Constitution needs to be reframed to cover situations our founding fathers had no way of predicting and anticipating.
During this episode on Character and Leadership, former Medtronic CEO, Bill George, now Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School, joins Dennis McCuistion for a frank discussion on ethics and business practices in corporate America.
Join us as we discuss women, wealth, the boom generation and the philanthropic giving of women. Giving charitable donations is characteristic of this generation.
Dennis McCuistion discusses media and the Internet and interviews with some of the most prestigious names in journalism including: Bill Moyers, Sam Donaldson, Bob Schieffer, Jim Lehrer, John Solomon.
Motivation is often defined as that which gives purpose; action toward a desired goal. Sharing their stories on motivation and leadership on this 20th anniversary segment are several of the leading speakers in the country.
This segment of Twenty Years of McCuistion focuses on three key issues critical to our future: energy, the environment and immigration. Several notable guests join us in this retrospective look at the past as they add new information.
Charles Gasparino joins McCuistion to discuss the 30 years that led up to the financial crisis during part one of a two part series on The Sellout.