Ed Eichhorn, founder of Medlink Consulting Group will discuss healthcare cost. I will break down who I believe Progressives should support in 2020.
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It all ties together. Politics and healthcare are inextricably linked. Today’s show covers both. Our first segment features Ed Eichhorn.
Ed Eichhorn is a veteran medical products and services developer and founder of Medilink Consulting Group LLC where he advises medical societies and commercial clients on marketing and strategic planning projects. During his 40-year career, he has been the Director of Research and Development for a kidney dialysis company, helped to found an innovative successful mobile medical testing business, has been a senior executive for a large chain of medical imaging centers with responsibility for sales, marketing, and strategic planning. He is active in his community and has served on his local school board for 12 years and as a member of the board of trustees at his alma mater, Stevens Institute of Technology for 3 years. He earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering and an MBA in Industrial Management. Eichhorn is the co-author of Healing American Healthcare: A Plan to Provide Quality Care for All While Saving $1 Trillion a Year (2019) with Dr. Michael Hutchinson.
In the second segment, we will discuss who Progressives should vote for in the 2020 Democratic Primaries if we are to get the policies we have been championing for decades. I may even reveal my current pick.
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