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IEET > Affiliate Scholar > Richard Eskow

Richard Eskow

Richard Eskow, an Affiliate Scholar of the IEET and Senior Fellow with the Campaign for America’s Future, is CEO of Health Knowledge Systems (HKS) in Los Angeles, which provides services to the healthcare and workers’ compensation industries. Through Eskow and Associates, Richard is also a consultant specializing in healthcare and insurance, IT, strategic planning, and communications. Most clients are in the IT and health-related industries, although Richard has also worked with NGO’s, state and national governments, and in the entertainment industry.

Richard had senior executive positions at several Forture 500 firms and was CEO of two medical management companies before forming HKS. He also served as a senior consultant to the World Bank, the U.S. State Dept/USAID, and government and private entities in over 20 foreign countries. Areas of expertise included health policy, healthcare investment, operations, marketing, and strategic planning.

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Richard Eskow on Huffington Post

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"10 Reasons Millennials Should Be Wary of Rand Paul’s Libertarianism"  Apr 7, 2014

"Is Charles Koch “Un-American”? Let Thomas Jefferson Decide"   Ethical Technology  Apr 4, 2014

"Bill Clinton and Steny Hoyer: The “Wall Street Democrats” Fight Back"  Mar 27, 2014

"Has the Left Surrendered?"   Huff Post  Mar 3, 2014

"10 Reasons To Call For More Than $10.10 as a Minimum Wage"  Feb 22, 2014

"5 Obnoxious Libertarian Oligarchs Who Earned Fortunes from the Government They’d Like to Destroy"   AlterNet  Feb 9, 2014

"“Jobs or Inequality”? That’s No Choice at All"   huffingtonpost  Jan 4, 2014

"The Road From Here: What About Medicare and Social Security?"   Huff Post  Oct 22, 2013

"Democrats Must Reject Boehner’s Time-Bomb “Offer”"  Oct 11, 2013

"The Robots Are Coming - Now What?"   Huff Post  Sep 30, 2013

"Contemplating War"  Sep 3, 2013

"Tom Friedman: A New Ayn Rand for A Dark Digital Future"   Crooks And Liars  Jul 26, 2013

"Grayson, the Guardian, and the Soldiers: Defense Amendment Would End Troop Censorship"   Crooks and Liars  Jul 19, 2013

"The Forgotten Americans"  Jul 5, 2013

"Big Money and the NSA Scandal … How Dangerous is the “Security/Digital Complex”?"   Richard Eskow  Jun 10, 2013

"Corporations Are Colonizing Us With Trade Deals – and Wall Street Wants In"     Jun 6, 2013

"Apple Pie May Be American, But Apple Computer Isn’t - Not Anymore"   Huff Post Politics  May 24, 2013

"Mushroom Clouds, Collapsing Buildings: Why We Need Unions"   CrooksAndLiars  May 5, 2013

"Austerity’s Curveballs Push Their Plausible Lies"  Apr 27, 2013

"Real Faces of the Minimum Wage"   The Campaign for America’s Future   Apr 22, 2013

"If Government “Acted Like a Business” It Would Reject Today’s Deficit Madness"  Feb 28, 2013

"Increasing Social Security Benefits: An Idea Whose Time Has Come"  Feb 19, 2013

"The CBO Report: Six Things You Can’t Talk About in Washington"  Feb 7, 2013

"Whole Foods’s Mackey: Libertarian Daydreams, “Fascist” Nightmares, And Real People’s Health"  Jan 17, 2013

"Aaron Swartz Was Gifted and Brave. Too Bad He Wasn’t ‘Too Big to Fail’"  Jan 14, 2013

"Wall Street-Funded Poll and W. ST.  Bailout King Both Say Cut Social Security"  Nov 25, 2012

"The Children Of Columbus: The Multinationals And Their Courtiers"   Institute Our Future  Oct 22, 2012

"Don’t Lower Taxes For Billionaires. Double Them."   Institute Our Future  Oct 14, 2012

"The USA Minimum Wage Is So Low That It’s Immoral - and Foolish"   Institute our Future  Aug 1, 2012

"Austero-Erotic Fantasies For The Elites, Terror For Everyone Else"   Institute our Future  Jul 27, 2012

"Banksters Go Wild - and “The Economist” Joins the Revolution"   Institute our Future  Jul 8, 2012

"Texas Tornadoes: Climate Change - and Climate Deniers - in the Lone Star State"   Huffington Post  Apr 10, 2012

"Think Locally, Occupy Globally: Our Fight Is the World’s - and Vice Versa"   Huffington Post  Mar 18, 2012

"Bankers Shouldn’t Worry About Drum Circles - But Some of ‘Em Should Worry About Subpoenas"   Huffington Post  Mar 5, 2012

"Hell Is Cheaper: China, Apple and the Economics of Horror"   Huffington Post  Feb 20, 2012

"Six Quick Points About Why Austerity is a Dumb Idea"   Huffington Post  Jan 11, 2012

"Notable Death of the Year: RIP Austerity Economics, 1921-2011"   Huffington Post  Dec 28, 2011

"Dr. Strange: Newt Gingrich and Conservatism’s Insane Idea Industry"   Campaign for America's Future  Dec 14, 2011

"From Alexandria to Zuccotti Park: They’ve Been Destroying Books For 2000 Years"   Huffington Post  Nov 26, 2011

"Here’s Occupy Wall Street’s ‘One Demand’—Sanity"   Huffington Post  Oct 4, 2011

"Eight Reasons Not to Raise the Age for Medicare Eligibility"   Huffington Post  Sep 5, 2011

"Pay the Young to Build the Future"   Big Ideas to Get America Working  Aug 23, 2011

"MadisonWorld: A Future Where Corporations Have Human Rights… and Humans Don’t"   Huffington Post  Mar 23, 2011

"#17: Cerebral Imperialism"   Ethical Technology  Dec 15, 2010

"If I said I’m thankful for the wisdom of the American people, would you think I’m crazy?"   Campaign for America's Future  Nov 28, 2010

"I Am the Man Who Sees the Future"   Night Light  Nov 27, 2010

"Paying to Make Red Lights Turn Green"   Night Light  Nov 9, 2010

"Social Security Cuts Would Increase Inequity and Keep Deficits, Er, High"   Night Light  Oct 6, 2010

"Moral Questions in the Ancient Art of Human Enhancement"   Night Light  Jul 26, 2010

"Cerebral Imperialism"   Night Light  Jun 3, 2010

"Elvis Presley, Transhumanist?"   Ethical Technology  Jan 12, 2010

"Objects In The Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear"   Ethical Technology  Dec 8, 2009

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Rising Productivity and Inequality, Stalled Jobs   2011-04-02

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