Gerald S Sloan

Biography

Born and raised in Independence, MO, I am a proud graduate of Truman High School. After studying three and half years at the University of Missouri-Columbia, I eventually earned my Liberal Arts Degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. I founded and spent most of my professional career years managing a medical equipment company that specialized in Wheelchair Seating and Positioning for the severely disabled. I sold my highly regarded business in 2013 and am now pursuing my passion to educate and promote Bioethics discussions through creative writing. I also spend time conducting leadership and strategic planning for small to medium sized businesses.

Besides owning and running my company, I have testified before Congress on the detrimental impacts that certain health care legislation will have on American Seniors. I have also served as a Board Member and President of the Midwest Association for Medical Equipment Services. I worked closely with Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas regarding questions of healthcare legislation and been recommended by him for appointment to the Program Advisory and Oversight Committee for Quality Standards and Competitive Acquisition of Certain Durable Medical Equipment. In short, I have been widely recognized in an important segment of healthcare as a knowledgeable and caring advocate for the aged and disabled.

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Books

The Canary's Song
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 33,140. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Educational
The Canary’s Song is a fictional story about Mary Stuart’s final day before submitting to Physician Assisted Suicide. We experiencing her emotions and the feelings of those whose lives she impacts. As her day progresses, we learn the different viewpoints of those who love and serve her and the effect Mary’s decision has on them. The Canary’s Song is an excellent book for Bio-Ethics students.

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aging    bioethics    educational    healthcare    literature    philosophy