Ingram's Magazine: April 2017

Power and Purpose

Writing in the December 2014 issue of the Harvard Business Review, Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms penned what we might might think of as the obituary for The Organization Man. Remember? “He” was the focus of William Whyte’s 1956 book…more

2017 Healthcare and Insurance Industry Outlook

Stability Proves Elusive in Healthcare Arena Ten days after the U.S. House of Representatives scrapped its first Trump-era attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act, a score of health-care and insurance professionals gathered at the Kansas City offices of CBIZ for…more

The Need for More Primary Healthcare

It’s a generally accepted principle of health-care bean-counting that the best way to control the costs of care is to prevent disease or illness, or failing that, catch them at their earliest stages. And that the most efficient tool for…more

Winning the Healthcare Cost Battle at the Margins

According to Kaiser Family Foundation, 20 percent of mem-bers drive 82 percent of medical and prescription healthcare costs. Lowering healthcare costs is a priority for employers and our nation. Putting focus on the small percentage of the population that drives…more

With U.S. Driving, Global Economy Ticks Up

Politics continued to drive much of the news in March. On March 16, the Trump administration released an overview of their "skinny budget", which forecast large reductions for specific departments while planning increases for defense spending. Furthermore, Republican leaders introduced…more

40 Under Forty: The Class of 2017

On the Threshold of a Milestone 40 Under Forty Proves Its Durability With a 19th Class Next year at this time, 40 Under Forty will turn 20, and by that time, Ingram’s will have identified 800 of the Kansas City…more