Monthly Archives: July 2013

WHEN HIGH NET WORTH CLIENTS ARE RATED OR DECLINED:

Underwritings for high and ultra-high net worth individuals can be challenging. Many of these individuals have executive physicals each year. The executive physicals result in a lot of tests and therefore lots of data. That is where the problem begins! … Continue reading

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IMPROVED CLINICAL TRIALS REQUIRED TO FIX BIG PHARMA’S PROBLEM:

The pharma industry’s gold standard- the large, multi-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial is failing. About 95% of drugs entering the 4 phase clinical trial process fail. Many of these drugs are effective in small trials but fail in the large … Continue reading

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HEALTHCARE IN CANADA IS BALKANIZED NOT HARMONIZED

To be certain, the concept of private healthcare in Canada is controversial. That doesn’t mean that it should not be discussed.  A province by province analysis of the discrepancies of MRI’s provides a good example. Every province in Canada has … Continue reading

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