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Healthcare from Home: Intro to Telemedicine

Healthcare from Home: Intro to Telemedicine

Telemedicine

  COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the United States and National Health Institutes NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci shared that, “It’s certainly going to get worse before it gets better,” which could result in more closures and “social distancing.” Schools around the country have moved to e-learning exclusively, many employers have encouraged their employees […]

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HMO, EPO or PPO: Decoding Health Insurance (Part 2)

HMO, EPO and PPO

Have you ever wondered if your doctor was in-network? Has your employer ever changed insurance carriers and you were most worried about whether or not you’d be able to keep your primary doctor or your kid’s pediatrician? I’ve had those concerns. I’ve even had to deal with changing doctors because my insurance carrier switched networks. […]

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Are Sharing Ministries for Everyone?

Christian Sharing Ministries

When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in March of 2010, it sincerely disrupted the healthcare industry in the United States. The ACA brought about major changes, like removing annual or lifetime limits on insurance payouts, requiring minimum essential coverage and mandating that preexisting conditions must all be covered. Those who endorsed […]

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Cost Sharing Reductions: How to Order a Burger but Get a Steak

Cost sharing reductions

Steak is better than a hamburger (unless you’re 5) Most would agree that steak is better than a hamburger, right? Unless, of course, you’re a 5-year-old. And I have one of those right now at my house. What’s the difference between me and her? I have eaten a lot more food and my pallet is […]

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This isn’t Jenga: How health insurance laws are made and changed

health insurance laws

Have you ever played that game where you start with a stack of building blocks─perfectly stacked, mind you─only to then slowly and deliberately take it apart block-by-block. Yeah, Jenga! We consider it fun because we never know when it’s all going to fall apart, and we intentionally set up the other team to lose. The […]

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