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American Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Execs you might want to know. Talking. Relentless Health Value is a weekly interview podcast hosted by Stacey Richter, a healthcare entrepreneur celebrating fifteen years in the business side of healthcare. This show is for leaders in pharma, devices, payers, providers, patient advocacy and healthcare business. It's for health industry innovators, entrepreneurs or wantrepreneurs or intrapreneurs. Relentless Healthcare Value is the show for you if you wan ...
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Andy Panko is the founder and owner of Tenon Financial, a retirement planning and investment management firm, and Tenon Tax Preparation, a tax return preparation company. Andy joins Becky and guest co-host, Mark, to discuss retirement planning, the role and value of annuities, when to claim social security, and how to determine if you have saved en…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. This show is different, so if you’ve already listened to or read all about the gory details of the J&J and/or the DOL v BCBS lawsuits, this is not gonna be a repeat of that information. Julie Selesnick, my guest today, does cover the very, very top line about these two cases. But after that, we mov…
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Meet the $lackers! Becky and guest co-host, Mark Trautman, introduce us to this fun-loving and world-traveling group made up of individuals who started as a mastermind and now enjoy doing life together. This week we meet Bob and Sharon, a couple who share about their transition into retirement, and Kevin, who offers insights on retirement life and …
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Kevin Lyles, a retired lawyer turned retirement guru and coach, joins Becky and guest co-host Mark Trautman to discuss several aspects of planning for retirement, both financial and non-financial. Kevin talks about the difference between retirement planning and financial advice during the accumulation phase. He advises on how to navigate Social Sec…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Hey, Relentless Health Value Tribe, thanks so much for being here this week. I gotta say, I really appreciate all of you who write and tell me that you kick off your Thursdays by listening to this show every week. You just pop open your app and you listen to the show. Because yeah, we’re a pretty s…
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This week is a bittersweet episode for the Catching Up to FI team as our beloved friend and co-host, Becky, announces she’s stepping down from the podcast next month in order to pursue other aspirations during her go-go years of retirement as well as spend more time with her grandkids. While she may not be asking questions on the podcast, be sure t…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Here on Relentless Health Value, we have done a bunch of shows lately on how some weird PBM (pharmacy benefit manager) and pharmacy goings-on impact plan members, patients, and also independent pharmacies. During the conversation with Benjamin Jolley, PharmD (EP422), for example, Benjamin mentioned…
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Dr. Bobby Dubois is a Harvard graduate and physician-scientist who joins Catching Up to FI to talk about the six components of functional health: exercise, sleep, nutrition, mind-body work, exposure to hot and cold, and social relationships. Dr. Dubois takes us through each of these areas, sharing palatable advice backed by scientific evidence. Thi…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Here’s something Randy Vogenberg, PhD, wrote the other day; and I made some light edits: Research has documented the unintended impacts of poor pharmacy benefit strategy. Examples include increasing costs of care, bankruptcies, and member satisfaction declines. And, yeah … agreed. Also, probably he…
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Chris Hutchins is an experienced life hacker and financial optimizer. Chris chats with Bill and Becky about his treasure trove of hacks, bringing attention to ones that deal specifically with insurance. From auto to property, and term life to travel insurance, Chris shares valuable tips and insights on how to manage these policies more efficiently.…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. This show today is for physicians or other clinicians or providers who are still taking insurance—those who are going about their day being pretty normal ... but at the same time, they’re noticing one and/or two things potentially going on. Here’s thing one: They may be seeing patients struggling t…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. This inbetweenisode is me geeking out, so if that’s not your thing, you’ve been warned. There’s a term I’d like to encourage anyone interested to look up. It’s the narcissism of small differences. It explains a lot. The narcissism of small differences is the idea that those who, maybe in theory, sh…
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Jeremy Schneider is the passionate financial educator behind Personal Finance Club and the innovative platform Nectarine. Jeremy shares his unique perspective on the simplicity of financial success, underscored by his simple rules - 'live below your means' and 'invest early and often.' We delve into the value of robo-advisors versus human advisors,…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Here’s a quote from Ann M. Richardson, MBA. She wrote it on LinkedIn, and I love it: Quiet the noise that doesn’t add value. Surround yourself with intelligent and respectful people who can deliver endless opportunities. Celebrate brilliance and new beginnings. Together, we’ve got this. Thanks for …
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We are honored to have Manisha Thakor, author of "Money Zen," as our guest. Manisha shares her personal journey navigating the pressures of high achievement and workaholism to discover what truly matters. Through her poignant stories and insights, we delve into the meaning of "enough" in both personal finance and emotional wealth. Join us as we exp…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. For a deep dive into the way back backstory here, listen to the show with Dea Belazi, PharmD, MPH. That’s episode 293, and it’s entitled “Game Theory Gone Wild,” because gone wild is what has happened with pharma manufacturer co-pay assistance programs. Don’t forget that the original intent of the …
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Mike Piper, author of the book, "Social Security Made Simple," helps Bill and Becky navigate through the many nuances of Social Security. They discuss everything from claiming strategies to survivor benefits as well as taxation and the implications of delaying benefits. Mike sheds light on the often overlooked aspect of spousal benefits, emphasizin…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Listen to this show as either a follow-on or a prequel to the shows with Mark Cuban and Ferrin Williams, PharmD, MBA (EP418) and Ge Bai, PhD, CPA (EP420). And if you’re interested in this “what’s going on in the world of PBMs, pharmacies, and employers” topic, also listen to the show with Joey Dize…
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Matt Richter, the Financial Imagineer, is a personal finance aficionado who joins us from Basel, Switzerland to chat about playing the game of life, managing windfalls, how to live in stealth wealth, and following your Ikigai. Matt loves spending time with his family, traveling, brewing beer, and writing on his blog to share his biggest passion, Fi…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. I thought I would encore this show after coming back from the 2023 NODE Conference held in the Microsoft building in New York City, which I always enjoy. NODE stands for Network of Digital Evidence. Why is evidence so important? Here’s the NODE answer to this question: It is so smart purchasing dec…
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Happy Holidays from the Catching Up to FI team! Please enjoy this episode where Bill and Becky share their financial stories with Mindy Jensen and Scott Trench of Bigger Pockets Money. 🔗 Connect with us! Buy CUtFI a coffee Resources mentioned on the show: Dave Ramsey Die With Zero: Getting All You Can From Your Money and Your Life by Bill Perkins W…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Why did I decide to encore this episode where Cora Opsahl from 32BJ spends 29 minutes talking about the importance of getting your data if you are an employer or a union health fund? Let me quote Jeff Hogan with some light edits here. Jeff wrote about the “outsized role” that employer data and inte…
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Bill and Becky sit down together at Podcast Movement Live to chat about the importance of charitable giving. Giving money may seem difficult, even counterintuitive, if you're a late starter, but there are other ways to give beyond cash; you can also donate your time, talent, and even your car! Bill and Becky list a few of their favorite charitable …
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. I want to kick off this show with a clip from episode 415 with Rob Andrews, wherein he so very eloquently sets the stage here: We think that one of the core problems here is that too many intermediaries and providers in the system, their compensation is not in any way dependent on the outcome. So, …
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Bill and returning guest co-host, Jackie, sit down with Jeff Opdyke to talk about raising financially savvy children as well as the pros and cons of living internationally. Jeff was born and raised in South Louisiana but grew up traveling the world and has never really stopped. He spent 17 years covering personal finance and investing for The Wall …
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. This show is a very natural follow-on to episode 418 with Mark Cuban and Ferrin Williams, PharmD, MBA. This show is the how, as in, “How did everything that we talked about in the earlier show wind up the way it did?” And it also proves it … with data. I gotta say I never quite understood the finer…
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Jennifer Mah is a FI enthusiast, and you can find her wit and wisdom all over many FI social media channels. She is an administrator of the Afford Anything Facebook Group and is active in the Choose FI Community locally and worldwide. Her home base is in the San Diego area where she is an entrepreneurial financial coach at Your Money, Your Life Fin…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. Are you on the board of directors of a company? Or are you a shareholder of a publicly traded company? Or are you a CEO or a CFO who reports to a board of directors or these shareholders? Well, this show is for you. And it’s about how the healthcare industry has become financialized at the same tim…
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Cameron Huddleston is the author of "Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations With Your Parents About Their Finances." She is an award-winning journalist with 20 years of experience writing about personal finance. Her work has appeared in Forbes, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Chicago Tribune, MSN, Yahoo and many more print …
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Why did I decide to encore this show about being customer-centric and transforming or innovating at a very large organization? Well, two main reasons. First reason can be neatly summed up by this recent Tweet from Rik Renard, which I have edited slightly to suit my own purposes. Here’s the Tweet: “The Achilles’ heel for most healthcare [innovators]…
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Diana Falck is a 52-year-old retired wife, stepmom to six, Glamma to six, and financial literacy advocate residing in Arizona. She is also on the staff of Catching Up to FI as our Facebook group administrator and social media maven. Diana has an inspiring story of persistence, diligence, and compassion. Burdened with a six-figure MBA debt for over …
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CEOs and CFOs … hey, this show is for you. Let’s start here: What do all of these numbers have in common: $140,000, $3 million, $35 million, and $3 billion? These are all actual examples of how much employers, unions, and some public entities saved on healthcare benefits for themselves and their employees. The roadmap to saving 25% on pharmacy spen…
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Today's episode is a live recording from the FI Freedom Retreat that took place in Bali, Indonesia in October 2023. Amy Minkley organized this awesome event and there were around 45 people in attendance from all over the globe. Becky Heptig and Joe Saul-Sehy from Stacking Benjamins Podcast hosted a few of the attendees to get their unique and inter…
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