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Maximizing Your Friday Plan After Hitting Your Deductible

[ad_1] Already hit your deductible for 2018? Here’s a silver lining to using your insurance card so much this year: You now pay either $0 (for all Catastrophic and Bronze plans) or 20% (for all Silver and Gold plans) of the cost of healthcare services. And we’re here to help you make the most of your plan for the rest of 2018. We’re not saying you should go crazy with dozens of specialist visits and big surgeries you don’t really…

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Alphabet’s $375 Billion Investment in Oscar

[ad_1] Oscar, an innovative, successful insurance carrier serving Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Francisco for 3 years, has just announced that Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is planning to invest $375 million in the company. Alphabet had previously invested in Oscar through its Capital G venture fund but the latest investment will put Alphabet at a roughly 10% stake in the company. Alphabet will place Salar Kamangar, former CEO of YouTube, on Oscar’s board of directors. Oscar has…

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California Family Silver Plan Rates 2019, Yikes!

[ad_1] Anthem Blue Cross (CA) announced this morning that they will be adding the SilverSneakers Fitness Program to California Medicare Supplement Plans A, F, and N.  The added benefit will begin on January 1st, 2017.  Once approved for release into the market, more states have been added to the list as existing and new members in our marketed plans will enjoy the value-added benefits of the SilverSneakers Fitness program at no additional cost! Effective January 1, 2017, California members in…

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Diabetes: the world’s weightiest problem

[ad_1] Top With the global incidence of diabetes doubling from 1989 to 2014, the disease has heavily impacted the health care system, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Click to read Aetna International’s white paper. Aetna International believes battling the disease through a comprehensive care management program can help members better manage their condition and increase medication adherence to live healthier lives. In a June 2017 white paper called, “Diabetes: the world’s weightiest problem,” Aetna International calls for the…

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Health Insurance Terminologies A-Z | iTalk Blog

[ad_1] When it comes to health insurance, it is important to gather all the knowledge you possibly can. Health Insurance terminologies can be tricky business. To choose the right policy and make the best of your policy A – Agent is a person who has been appointed by the insurer to work on behalf of the insurance company. B – Beneficiary is an individual designated to receive the proceeds of a health insurance policy. Breach of Condition is when a…

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SIMMS Hospital

[ad_1] [googlemaps https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=Sector+-32%2C+Sushant+City%2C+Near+Shani+Mandir%2C+Umri+Chowk%2C+Kurukshetra%2C+Haryana%2C+136118&iwloc=A&z=14&t=m&output=embed&w=750&h=650] Product Type:  AB Health Plus Provider Code:  102513 [ad_2] This is only a snippet of article written by nikhil.chavan@cignattk.in Read Full Article

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Health Insurance in Singapore – Everything You Need to Know to Survive 2018

[ad_1] I used to be very intimidated by all the acronyms, government schemes and ridiculous jargon surrounding health insurance. All that used to matter was whether I can get an MC for my hangover without needing to pay too much. But I’m getting to the age where “health insurance” should probably mean more than just “watching my step so I don’t fall down the stairs”. You might find yourself in a similar life stage too. So I’ve done the research…

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Health Insurance – Income Protection

[ad_1] £3.7bn of redress has been paid in 10 months The number of complaints about payment protection insurance (PPI) has surged by 63% to 3.7 million in the 10 months since a nationwide consumer campaign was launched. The campaign features Arnold Schwarzenegger’s animatronic head and urges consumers to make a decision on whether or not to complain about PPI by… [ad_2] This is only a snippet of article written by Nigel Lowry Read Full Article

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Readers And Tweeters: Are Millennials Killing The Primary Care Doctor?

[ad_1] Letters to the Editor is a periodic feature. We welcome all comments and will publish a selection. We edit for length and clarity and require full names. Health Care Wasted On The Young I feel Sandra Boodman’s thesis is inadequate without a historical comparison to how young people accessed health care five, 10 or 20 years ago (“Spurred By Convenience, Millennials Often Spurn The ‘Family Doctor’ Model,” Oct. 9). As a family medicine doctor practicing for 33 years, my experience is…

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AMA and the adoption of digital medicine – Healthcare Economist

[ad_1] There is a lot of hype about digital medicine.  Though the definition of what digitla medicine mans varies, many digital devices are able to monitor patient physiology, medication adherence, or other behavior and communicate that with the patient as well as their provider team. One key barrier to having the provider team actually use these data is reimbursement.  Digital medicine offers physician the possibility of improved care, but spending too long reviewing digital medicine…

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