Be open to opportunity and take risks. In fact, take the worst, the messiest, the most challenging assignment you can find, and then take control.
The most important factor in determining whether you will succeed isn’t your gender – it’s you.
People won’t buy insurance until they’re sick. If you can call on your way to the hospital and get coverage, it’s not really insurance at that point.
Frankly, health care and politics are ‘inextricably intertwined.’
People have been talking about competition among insurers, and what they really need to be talking about is competition in the delivery of health care as well.
We really do have to get at the underlying question of health-care costs.
The myth is that women and their families don’t have to make trade-offs to have an ‘extreme career’; they absolutely do. How you prioritize your life and career is your choice. Once you make a decision, stick to it; don’t always second-guess yourself.
The weekends are really important to me; the use of technology is really important to me.
We get talent and scale from mergers.
I’m not a politician. I’m a businessperson.