Rising cost

19, 2013

Why Is Healthcare So Expensive? A Look At Rising Healthcare Costs In America

The costs of healthcare coverage have been rising significantly over the last few decades, and there appears to be no end in sight. In fact it’s estimated that today, roughly eighteen cents of every dollar Americans spend goes toward healthcare.

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12, 2013

Health Trend Report: The Skinny On Fad Diets

What does a forest fire have to do with health trends? More than you’d think. We know a lot about the human body, yet there is still a lot we have to learn.

risky-behavior

29, 2013

Risky Hobbies | Affecting Insurance Rates

The participation in extreme sports and risky hobbies have certainly grown in popularity. However, as fatalities and injuries continue to be prominent, insurance companies have raised rates for these thrill seekers.

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21, 2013

5 Patient Rights You Should Know

Time Magazine released a startling piece on the unbalance of health care in the free-market economy. There seems to be an unfair balance of power favoring the suppliers and providers of health care.

PUP

14, 2013

Physicians United Plan

PUP offers individual healthcare plans that are specifically designed for individuals eligible for Medicare that live in the Florida area.

health insurance reform

7, 2013

Healthcare Reform: What Is Obama Care?

Like many other Americans, you’ve probably asked yourself: What is happening with health insurance reform? How does it apply to me?

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31, 2013

When You Need Private Insurance

A huge percentage of Americans depend on their employer-provided health plan for their health insurance.

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24, 2013

The Emergency Room Breakdown

Something is wrong. Your head hurts, but not like a headache. It’s been hurting all day and it’s actually starting to affect your decision-making and distort your vision.

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Digital Planet Design
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17, 2013

Health Care for Fresh Graduates

If you’re just out of college, you are lucky if your parents are able to include you under their health care coverage. In fact, part of the health reform law allows your parents to include you in their coverage until you reach the age of 26.

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10, 2013

Everything You Need To Know About COBRA Insurance

COBRA stands for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act . This health benefit passed by Congress in 1986 provides continuation of health coverage that might otherwise be terminated in the event of a job loss (Department of Labor).