View From The Top: Mindi Fynke, president and CEO of EHIM Inc. in Southfield




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View From The Top: Mindi Fynke, president and CEO of EHIM Inc. in Southfield

A wellness advocate and entrepreneur, Mindi Fynke, president and CEO of EHIM Inc., a pharmacy benefit management firm in Southfield, offers her advice on national health care reform, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, and starting and managing a new business.

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