Health Care

Observation Status Rules-The Medicare Change That Could Cost Your Clients Thousands of Dollars

By Margie Barrie This information could be the best holiday gift you can give your clients. Here’s why: If your clients are on Medicare, this advice could save them thousands of dollars. I wrote the first draft of this article from my mother’s hospital room in Sarasota. My mother, who is 98, was taken by ambulance …

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Amazon Launches Virtual Health Clinic For Its Employees

By PYMNTS Amazon rolled out a virtual health clinic with in-home follow-ups for employees in Seattle, Geekwire reported on Tuesday (Sept. 24).Amazon Care offers online primary care and non-emergency checkups as well as prescription deliveries and in-home or in-office doctors’ visits. The new service is part of Amazon’s push to deepen its footprint in the …

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The Difference between ER and Urgent Care

By Indigo Urgent Care Emergency Room: For serious, life-threatening problems It’s important to know the difference between ER and Urgent care.The emergency room (ER) is set up to treat serious injuries and life-threatening medical issues. From board-certified emergency room physicians and skilled nurses to sophisticated trauma rooms, labs and imaging equipment, the ER is a …

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Guest Bloggers for Health/ Life Insurance Blog Wanted

We are looking for guest bloggers for the PBC Insurance Group blog. The purpose of  this blog is to educate people about health and life insurance related topics as well as preserving and maximizing income in retirement. We are also interested in direct primary care and how this model may have an impact on our …

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These small businesses are psyched for Trump’s new health plans

by Tami Luhby   @Luhby Here’s what’s in Trump’s executive order on health care It’s never been easy for Reem Aloul to hire a nursing director for her home health care business. She finally found someone she liked, but the interview ended soon after she told the nurse that the job didn’t come with health benefits. “It’s a …

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Geisel students testify for single-payer health care

by Michael St. George |   by Callum Zehner / The Dartmouth Staff   On Jan. 12, three Geisel School of Medicine students testified at a New Hampshire state legislature meeting on behalf of House Bill 1241, a bill that would establish a commission to assess the benefits and expenses of a single-payer healthcare system in New Hampshire. According …

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