To plan for newborn healthcare benefits, parents need a baby health insurance playbook. Here are 5 insurance-related recommendations for a new addition.
From COBRA to Medicaid: 5 options for the newly unemployed who have lost health insurance.
Another take on social distancing…with telemedicine you can use a smartphone, tablet or computer to visit a healthcare provider across town or from across the state.
Don’t let the financial pain of Rx expenses hurt you. These 3 methods can help reduce prescription costs – and keep you healthier.
Medical insurance is confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. The savvy healthcare consumer grabs the reins and self-educates.
Do you ignore open enrollment meetings? Do you skip reading the details in the benefit summaries? Do you go to the ER because it's closer than Urgent Care? If so, you are leaving money on the table!
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One family comes too close to experiencing a bad outcome in a loved one’s patient care.
A heart attack and cardiac arrest are NOT the same thing. Learn the difference and understand the cause, risks, and symptoms associated with each event.
No, not that knee… this one! Be sure you are getting the right care for YOU! Test your knowledge with this quiz…
Yes, yes, we know that health insurance, prescription drug coverage and health savings plans can be confusing, especially if any part of your employee benefits program changes from year to year.
A Millennial’s harrowing medical crisis made him a true believer in health insurance.
Mental health is a prevailing issue for Millennials. Here are 4 resources to help them cope.
Why you need to understand each explanation of benefit (EOB) from your health insurance company.
A tenacious patient seeking answers relays her zany trek through the healthcare system and learns about real healthcare advocacy along the way.