The Buzzworthy Marketing Show

Overcoming Healthcare Challenges For Entrepreneurs

November 29, 2022 Michael Buzinski Season 1 Episode 21
The Buzzworthy Marketing Show
Overcoming Healthcare Challenges For Entrepreneurs
Show Notes

Oh what a wonderful day it is to be alive and healthy! I am super excited that you joined me here on the You Are Buzzworthy Podcast. I say that I am happy to be healthy because I haven’t always been a healthy entrepreneur. In fact, after I separated from the Air Force I didn’t have any health insurance for at least 8 years. And then when I final was able to get health care options for my company, the Affordable Healthcare Act jettisoned prices beyond my grasp again forcing me to give up group health insurance for me and my team and point them to the ACA website - which then - robbed me of what larger firms could offer and the downward spiral ensued.

I don’t want that for you and so we are going to chat about this subject. And to help me today is Barby Ingle, a best-selling author and reality personality living with multiple rare and chronic diseases. Barby is a chronic pain educator, patient advocate, and president of the International Pain Foundation. She is also a motivational speaker and best-selling author on pain topics. Her blog, reality shows, and media appearances are used as a platform to help her become an award winning Patient advocate and she is here today to help shed some light on health care for entrepreneurs. Welcome to the show Barby.

Questions We Answer:

  1. What is the biggest challenge entrepreneurs face when dealing with health care coverage for themselves and their employees?
  2. Are there solutions for companies with under 100 employees to help with this underserved segment of businesses in the US?
  3. What are the first steps to establishing a better healthcare situation for small to medium sized businesses?

Follow and Connect with Barby Ingle

Follow @urbuzzworthy on LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter. Get your copy of Buzz's best selling book, The Rule of 26 at