Robert Paul Bacher


Robert “Bob” Bacher has had a passion for improving our health and well-being for 40 years. Bob is a Chemical Engineer by training and worked for the Eastman Kodak Company. Bob held several leadership positions for Kodak in manufacturing, R&D and several business units as he established systems, processes and practices to positively change behavior and improve the quality of Kodak’s products. After 30 years’ working for Kodak and in upstate New York and his beloved Colorado, Bob retired. He and his wife now live in Delaware. Bob and his wife have two sons and four grandchildren.
Bob’s passion for health care prevention has never faltered but the state of our health care system has. Bob has learned over the years that our health has nothing to do with our health care system. Our health is dependent on our choices of lifestyle living. Our health care system is a mess. We have a choice of sitting on the sidelines and watching or to stand up and make a difference. Bob choose to stand up, write a book, create a website and put some processes in place so that you, the reader can benefit. Life is short and to be enjoyed. Don’t sit but stand up!

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
Hah, my desk is in constant state of clutter and clean.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
While growing up, I never thought I'd write a book on health. Growing up was all about playing sports. Writing was last on the list of things to do.
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Where to find Robert Paul Bacher online


U.S. Healthcare Crash: your survival kit
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 37,490. Language: English. Published: May 18, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » healthy living, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Healthcare issues
FACT: In 1950, the U.S. life expectancy was fifth-best in the world but ranks 42nd today. FACT: We are sicker than we were 30 years ago as all chronic diseases and cancers are increasing vs. decreasing. FACT: Over 400,000 Americans are actually killed by our health care system every year. FACT: The average family of four pays over $18,000/year for health coverage and this figure will double in 1

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