Over the course of his career, Paul Vavrinchik has held various positions in customer care, including marketing, financial services, and advertising. He has been a team leader and has worked with others as an individual researcher. Before he became a senior account executive, Paul worked as a client services executive for Laven Fuller & Perkins Advertising in Chicago for five years. While he was working for Unti Joyce & Siegel, Paul earned his degree in marketing and advertising from Columbia College. He then became the manager of client services for Gustafson/Shields Advertising (GSA).
After many years at GSA, Paul became the client services manager for Rynne Marketing Group’s healthcare marketing division. For over 6 years, he was responsible for managing the various services that the company’s clients needed. He also supported C-level executives in planning and implementing marketing initiatives. Throughout the project’s life cycle, Paul was an active participant in the development of the program. He was also responsible for overseeing the various aspects of the project, such as the creative team and the media director. He additionally confirmed that the initiatives were carried out within the company’s budget and strategies.
After Rynne, Paul Vavrinchik joined MDI where he was responsible for developing and implementing marketing strategies for the company’s tourism and hospitality clients. He regularly monitored and analyzed the company’s existing clients and potential new ones. In making a career transition to a new industry, for the next 12+ years, Paul was a client associate for U.S. Bancorp Investments in Chicago. He was responsible for supporting the company’s various operations and managing its direct and indirect customer support. He also regularly trained new employees on all aspects of daily operations. .
According to people who have worked with Paul, he is a client-focused individual who has a passion for helping others. .In his retired years, he is currently seeking a part-time or volunteer position in a healthcare setting where lending support to others is a focus .
To keep up with Paul Vavrinchik check out his Twitter and LinkedIn!
The Importance of Cancer Screening
Although out-of-pocket cancer screenings are usually required for everyone at various stages of their lives, the likelihood of developing this disease increases significantly with age. In the U.S., about 80% of people diagnosed with cancer are over 55 years old. If you’re unsure about what screenings you should have, please follow up with your physician for specific recommendations.
Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance companies must cover certain cancer screenings under the Affordable Care Act. These include those for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer and lung cancer for individuals at high risk. Uninsured individuals can still receive low-cost or free cancer screenings through programs operated by the CDC and other organizations.
Recommended Screenings for 50+ Adults
The type of cancer screenings you need depends on various factors, such as your age, family history, and lifestyle. For instance, if your family is known for having breast cancer you should talk to your healthcare provider about having a breast cancer screening. For adults over 50, the recommended screenings are for colorectal, oral, prostate cancer, and more. Reach out to your doctor about your options and the proactive steps you should be taking.