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I am struck by the huge opportunity our health care system has available by focusing on good genetic risk assessment, prevention screenings, and early diagnosis and treatment for medical conditions.

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In my last posting, I referred to parts of America that have been described as “food deserts”, meaning that residents living in those areas do not have access to food which they can purchase affordable healthy food.

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Recently, I gave a speech at the American Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) business conference in Chicago on the prerequisites for a workable solution to our health care cost crisis.

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I find it ironic that not only Americans, but citizens of developed countries all around the world, are more alienated and dissatisfied with their political leaders than at any time in the last 50 years.

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I find it ironic that not only Americans, but citizens of developed countries all around the world, are more alienated and dissatisfied with their political leaders than at any time in the last 50 years.

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Although I sometimes think that the focus on global warming risks focusing too much on one environmental issue, reducing carbon emissions, to the exclusion of others with an extremely high urgency.

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As an employer responsible for our employees’ health care, we have wrestled with a problem every health care professional faces: how to get individuals with chronic diseases to adhere to treatment plans for chronic diseases.

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One of my passions ever since I was a teenager has been government. As a teenager, I actually wrote an op-ed piece for the Rochester, New York, daily newspapers advocating reduction of the minimum voting age from 21 to 18, which happened years later.

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Twice in the past three weeks I have been in Europe to meet with key mailing industry stakeholders to discuss postal issues.

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Last week, I appeared at the National Press Club an event sponsored by the Century Foundation, the AARP, and the Commonwealth Fund to discuss health care reform.

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