We’re lifting the curtain on healthcare, politics, and fake news.
Holmes Murphy President Den Bishop released his newest book — “The Voter’s Guide to Healthcare: A non-partisan, candid, and relevant look at politics and healthcare in America.”
The intent of the book isn’t to pretend to solve America’s healthcare cost, coverage, and complexity issues. It’s also not intended to sway readers to either the left or the right politically. The healthcare issue is neither blue nor red. It’s purple! It’s an all-in combination of blue and red because it impacts each and every one of us without regard to race, religion, income, gender, or politics.
Den views healthcare as one of our most challenging social justice issues and as, far and away, the greatest economic challenge facing our country. His goal with this upcoming book is to simplify and educate so you won’t be swayed, moved, or manipulated by fake news or truth-twisting campaign promises.
Who in the world is Den Bishop?
Den Bishop is President of Holmes Murphy, one of the nation’s largest employee-owned and controlled insurance brokers, where he leads the Employee Benefits practice. He’s also the co-founder of ACAP HealthWorks, an innovation and consulting firm focused on measurably improving health.
Den is a recognized industry leader, a member of the Council of Employee Benefits Experts, and is a sought-after national speaker on the topic of healthcare cost, coverage, and complexity. He’s also the author of “The Book on Healthcare Reform” and is well-known for this thought leadership and visionary forward-thinking on the economic implications of the Affordable Care Act.
With more than 30 years of advising employers on how to build effective employee benefits plans, Den is in a unique position to understand the financing behind healthcare. Holmes Murphy’s primary business sits at the intersection of employers, insurance companies, healthcare providers, and the government giving Den a unique view on how these stakeholders come together. Den’s vision is to better connect the public and private financing sources of the U.S. healthcare system to free up the healthcare heroes so they can focus on the important work of relieving pain, curing disease, and saving lives.
Where can I get a copy?
How can I stay up-to-date on what’s happening with healthcare and politics?
We’re so glad you asked. Yes! Each Wednesday, Den will be releasing a new topic on the “Voter’s Guide” blog! Hint: If you sign up for the Insiders’ Club, we’ll treat you like VIP and let you know the minute a blog is posted! Head over to the Insiders’ Club page today and sign up!