Dr. William “Bill” Mohlenbrock ’61 recently published a book titled “The Handbook of Healthcare Value – How Self-Insured Employers and Employees Can Contain US Healthcare Costs”. It provides a great overview of how our current healthcare costs have grown so drastically and provides some innovative ideas for how they can be controlled. As a healthcare consumer, I found Bill’s book very interesting and helpful for understanding the motivations that are driving different players and hopeful that there are ways that things can get better. If you are an executive with a self-insured company, a hospital administrator or staff member or a physician you’ll find this particularly valuable – https://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Healthcare-Value-Self-Insured-Employers-ebook/dp/B07JKF1NC4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1548879827&sr=8-1&keywords=the+handbook+of+healthcare+value
Tom Schreiber ’82 asked me to share the following… great work Tom!!
I’m with a non-profit out of Barrington called Rahab’s Daughters that rescues girls and women out of sex trafficking (forced prostitution, forced dancing in strip clubs). They set up a new chapter in the Super Bowl city each year – 43 women and kids were rescued in Minneapolis before last year’s Super Bowl. Longer term, we provide shelter and services to help the women integrate back into society. I’ll be in Atlanta starting Jan 25 helping with the operation.
To me, the shocking thing is 11 kids were rescued last year. They had been living in cars and dangerous places.
The big need we have is providing housing for the women after the rescue. We have a Safe House set up for the first few days, but safe accommodations are needed for several weeks for 40-50 people. I’m trying to raise $10,000 so we can strike a deal with Atlanta area extended-stay hotels. As of today we’re about halfway there including a couple large verbal commitments. Could you spread the word to our ATO network? Several of the brothers already stepped up. And any amount helps.
Tom Schreiber ’82
RSVP today for event to support Alderman Tom Tunney ’77 on February 19 (note that this is a change from our original schedule due to the cold weather in Chicago) at Sidebar Grille (221 N. Lasalle), 4:30-7:30pm – https://co.clickandpledge.com/sp/d2/default.aspx?wid=153930