While there are several heroic professions, few areas directly connected to saving the lives of others as a doctor. Having such direct control over the health of others is an enormous responsibility for anyone to take on. Despite this, some doctors take this opportunity to influence and embrace it full-heartedly. The results are great advancements and progress for humanity. Dr. Mark Holterman is a great example of this, and his many accomplishments highlight why.
Holterman doesn’t shy away from a schedule full of hard work. Outside of his pediatric work, Holterman also tirelessly researches and educates. He is currently a professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where he teaches the knowledge that he learned studying biology at Yale. While his area of expertise is pediatric science, he has also dedicated hours of effort to philanthropy. He contributes to a number of charities, one of which is IPSAC-VN (International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam).
Holterman continues to make strong efforts in supporting IPSAC_VN. The organization is centered in Vietnam and helps medical schools and hospitals provide better care to suffering children (Crunchbase). This noble cause has been successful up to this point but continues to need help as it grows in size and influence. At IPSAC_VN, Holterman and many others have helped bring Vietnam’s medical care to a more advanced level – one capable of producing complex procedures such as tumor removal and organ transplants.
Because of ISSAC-VN’s need for help, volunteers are always welcome. By simply having a passport and medical license, volunteers can travel to Vietnam and help the effort. The work of Holterman plays a significant role in Vietnam’s growing ability to provide adequate healthcare to its ailing children. The medical blessings of the first world are sometimes taken for granted, but thankfully, people like Dr. Holterman realize the struggle that many parts of the world face. His continued work to reconcile the incredible differences between different countries’ levels of pediatric care is commendable, and those interested should follow his work as an example or inspiration.
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Troy McQuagge, the current CEO of USHEALTH Group, Incorporated, was earlier in the year named as a gold winner in the 2016 edition of One Planet Awards. He emerged the gold winner in the CEO of the year award category. The One Planet Awards are coveted, as they are the premier international awards program seeking to honor professional and business excellence in all industries globally. Every organization from all parts of the world, whether private or public, non-profit or for-profit and regardless of their size, is free and eligible to be considered for these awards. These organizations are only required to submit their applications.
McQuagge Joining USHEALTH
Troy McQuagge joined the ranks of USHEALTH Group back in 2010. He immediately set on a journey of turning the company around via rebuilding the USHEALTH Advisors, its confined distribution agency. He emerged successful at this front, and it is his efforts that propelled him to being elected to the post of president as well as CEO of the USHEALTH Group Incorporated. By the year 2014, the group registered an exceptional success, profitability and growth in its highly competitive marketplace of personal health insurance.
McQuagge was both elated and humbled for the honor bestowed upon him by the One Planet Awards program. He stated that it was a huge honor for the peer and industry recognition he received and insisted that the award belonged to every person at USHEALTH Group, Incorporated. He said that the award was enough proof of the company’s unending commitment towards solving the issue of affordable healthcare for its customers. The USHEALTH Group is wholly committed towards providing its customers with innovative healthcare coverage that grows to accommodate their constantly changing healthcare needs. Read More
McQuagge is a businessman and commercial executive who lives in Panama City, FL. He is a University of Central Florida alumnus where he was awarded with a B.A. in Legal Studies degree. He is a veteran in the insurance industry having amassed more than 30 years experience in it. His illustrious career took off in 1983 when he was employed by Allstate Insurance. He worked in the company for some years before he made the switch in 1995 to join UICI/Health Market.
Afterwards in 2010, Mr. McQuagge was on the move again, and this time, he joined the USHEALTH Advisors, which is the sales subsidiary of the USHEALTH Group. He was in charge of managing the health insurance sales’ profitability. He specifically targeted customers who had not yet attained the age of 65 years. Under his watch, USHEALTH Advisors managed to grow its writing agent stand by 480%. It also realized an increase in its fresh business sales capacity by 560%.
Cancer is one of the most deadly diseases in the world and is responsible for taking millions of lives globally each year. The area of cancer research, even though has seen positive signs of development in recent years, is yet to find a cure for this deadly epidemical disease. The researchers, scientists, oncologists, and physicians from around the world gathered at the Fortune Brainstorm Health Conference that was recently held in San Diego, which was also attended by Eric Lefkofsky, as a co-founder of Tempus.
At the conference, Mr Lefkofsky mentioned that thousands of lives could be saved each year if there is sufficient amount of accurate data is made available to the physicians to provide cancer treatment. Tempus, one of the many start-ups of Eric Lefkofsky, is a technology firm dedicated to collecting molecular, clinical, therapeutic, and outcome response data from many different sources to provide it in an integrated manner to the researchers and physicians. With the help of such data available quickly and in a free-flowing manner, it would become much easier for the researchers and doctors to understand the loopholes in their research and treatment respectively. It would help the concerned experts to make necessary changes and provide better cancer therapies that are result driven and productive.
Combining the power of technology with cancer research can help with accelerating the progress in the field of cancer research is what Eric Lefkofsky truly believes. Even though Eric belongs to an entirely different genre of business, and is popularly known for his company, GrouponInc, which is an e-commerce platform for merchants to offer lucrative deals to consumers, he delved into the field of cancer research after his wife was diagnosed with Breast cancer.
The idea behind Tempus is to help the field of cancer research to get a clean version of clinical and therapeutic data for verification and validation. It would save time, effort, and potentially lives of millions of people when implemented on a global scale, is what Eric Lefkofsky believes. Eric Lefkofsky is also the founder and co-founder of many other companies, including Echo Global Logistics, Uptake Technologies, Lightbank, and Mediaocean.