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Things to Know About Medicare Supplement Plans

Jan. 21, 2018

Medicare Supplements, also known as Med Supps, or Medigap, were created to fill in the coverage gaps in Original Medicare. To make the selection process easier here are some things

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Access…A Critical Benefit Of Concierge Medicine

Jan. 20, 2018

  Russ Alan Prince , I write about the creation and management of exceptional wealth.  Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. While most physicians are dedicated to the welfare of

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Direct Primary Care Reform Could Save Taxpayers Hundreds of Millions – Or More

Jan. 16, 2018

By Chris Rochester MADISON, Wis. – The Senate is considering a free-market reform to the state’s most costly program, Medicaid, that has the potential to save taxpayers hundreds of millions of

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The intricacies of estate planning for same-sex couples

Jan. 15, 2018

Estate planners can help make sure your wishes are met Published: January 14, 2018 in Legal Eagles   Pictured Above: Making sure that all of the paperwork associated with one’s estate is

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Jan. 14, 2018

By Hayley Sledge A bill that would free doctors participating in direct primary care (DPC) services from state insurance regulations is under consideration in the Florida House of Representatives. A bill

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Physicians for Single Payer 

Jan. 12, 2018

BY CORINNE FRUGONI AND WENDY RING Our current profit-driven health care system is closing physician practices and burning out doctors. The average American physician spends nearly nine hours a week wrangling with insurance

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Michigan insurance plans are a template for others in the U.S

Jan. 11, 2018

Michigan companies are offering better insurance options for employees. MetroCreative Connection By Aurore Henze, For Digital First Media Changes are taking place in the insurance sphere. More Michiganians are choosing direct

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The health care debate will never be the same after 2017

Dec. 29, 2017

The health care debate will never be the same after 2017 Obamacare repeal vs. Medicare-for-all. By Dylan Scott     Dec 29, 2017, 8:00am PST Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/Getty Images Democrats and Republicans have always

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The Millions of Uninsured Consumers Who Missed the Obamacare Open Enrollment Still Have Options

Dec. 18, 2017

Short-Term Health Insurance & other Affordable Health Coverages Available NEWS PROVIDED BY AgileHealthInsurance  MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The open enrollment period for Obamacare ended last week, a full

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