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Increase insurance coverage to protect yourself and your family against common challenges

Part of the value of the law is to help citizens avoid many legal problems. The best legal problems are those that never happen. Here are two of the biggest challenges – and cost-effective steps to avoid the long-term financial impact on your family because of them. long-term care insurance If we live long enough, …

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Pensioners afraid of supplementary insurance transition | Riverdale Press

by Sachi McClendon Martha Frazer, 79, recently had heart surgery. “I had an angiogram and they said I should have open heart surgery. Triple bypass. Almost instantly,” she said. “Opened.” Thanks to her husband, Allen Frazer, who has worked for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for over 40 years, Martha has good additional health benefits …

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Pensioners afraid of supplementary insurance transition | Riverdale Press

by Sachi McClendon Martha Frazer, 79, recently had heart surgery. “I had an angiogram and they said I should have open heart surgery. Triple bypass. Almost instantly,” she said. “Opened.” Thanks to her husband, Allen Frazer, who has worked for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for over 40 years, Martha has good additional health benefits …

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How is Payment Technology Making Healthcare More Affordable for Providers and Patients?

Payment Applications AdobeStock_275606341 Medical debt plagued the United States, leaving both providers and patients to seek answers. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, Americans owe at least $195 billion in medical debt, even though more than 90% of the population is insured. The share of medical debt in collections surpasses student loans, auto loans, and …

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Opinion: Change Affordable Care Act to mandate retroactive health insurance

Universal health insurance in the US (once seen as a hopeless goal without imposing a single payment plan) is surprisingly achievable. More than 91% of Americans now carry health insurance, thanks to the Affordable Care Act and increased subsidies in the 2021 American Recovery Plan. Closing the gap will be a win-win-win for the uninsured, …

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Less healthy older adults most affected by rising grocery costs

Three-quarters of people over 50 in the United States say rising food prices are affecting them somewhat or a lot, and nearly a third say they’re eating less healthily due to rising food costs, according to new survey findings. But food cost inflation hit certain groups of older adults more — particularly individuals who rate …

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Pandemic!: Why Insurance Claims Professionals Should Care About Monkeypox – Insurance Laws and Products

September 23, 2022 Freeman Mathis and Gary To print this article, all you have to do is register or log in to Mondaq.com. Monkeypox was declared a national public health emergency by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on August 4, 2022, for only the fifth time since 2009. As of September 20, …

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State-of-the-art technology uses MRI to diagnose patients with heart failure in record time

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have developed cutting-edge technology to diagnose patients with heart failure in record time. The cutting-edge technology uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to create detailed 4D flow images of the heart. But unlike a standard MRI scan, which can take 20 minutes or more, the new 4D heart MRI …

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