Archive for February 17th, 2012

Brownsville ISD Interviews Risk Manager Finalists

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Molly Mulebriar reports that the Brownsville Independent School District is close to hiring a risk manager. The selection process has narrowed  the field  to two candidates.

Mulebriar’s sources indicate that interviews were held today with the final selection  said to be as soon as next week. Both finalists offer the district a background familiar to many in the insurance industry. 

Glenn Hillyer and Adan Perez are the top two finalists, according to Mulebriar.

Hillyer’s employment record includes sales representative for Health Administrative Services, a Houston based TPA  followed by employment in sales with AAG (HealthSmart). He was the HealthSmart sales representative that landed the Brownsville ISD account several years ago. Subsequent employment includes a brief stint as sales representative for Valley Baptist Health Plans in Harlingen, and Mainstreet Insurance Group, an insurance brokerage firm in Houston.

Adan Perez’s past employment includes risk manager for several political subdivisions including Weslaco ISD and Hidalgo County.

The BISD risk manager position includes a  salary range between $69,151.00 to $99,580.00.




Beximco – Fast Growth at Cheap Prices Spur Investor Opportunity

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Branded drugs worth $150 billion in global annual sales are coming off patent in the next few years. Beximco will play a role in cranking out knocks offs of those blockbuster drugs, and will make them available at prices consumers in developing markets can afford.


“Free” Medical Debt Reduction Services

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Free? Really? For those consumers to fearful and timid to negotiate their  own medical costs, this may be a “free” but expensive  avenue to take in getting health care debt relief:

In the alternative,  a quick five month wait and a quicker five minute telephone call, many consumers gain Premium Account Status  and Life Long Membership in the Fifty Percent Club. Membership is free and inexpensive:

Editor’s Note: provides claim negotiation for clients at no charge. Experience shows that a five minute phone call can reduce medical debt  as much as 50% or more, time and again. Of course, there are parameters within which one must operate to succeed.