1. Mental health threat: neutralized

Steven Cohen, the man guilty of insider trading back in 2013, thought it was time for a good deed. Through a charity inspired by his son, Cohen Veterans Network, he’s opened free mental health clinics for veterans in five cities across the US and plans twenty more in the next five years. This is good news seeing that 20% of soldiers who return from Iraq show symptoms of PTSD, and only about half receive care. These free clinics are open to any veteran regardless of time spent in war or reason for discharge. Now, if only a billionaire ex-con would just come rescue the rest of the healthcare ecosystem.