Posted by Neeta on Feb 24, 2016 in Health Insurance | Comments Off on Bernie Sanders’ Single Payer Health Care – Medicare for All
Bernie Sanders’ Single Payer Health Care alias “Medicare for All” offer health care financing by a single public or semi-public agency but the healthcare delivery remains mostly with private firms. Under this system, all US citizens will be covered for all medical services, including doctor, preventive healthcare, hospital, dental health, mental health, vision health, reproductive health and prescription drugs and other medical amenities costs. There are pros and cons of Single Payer Health Care, but it will replace the several current useless, profit-oriented insurance providers with a single, yet organized public provider and new moderate taxes founded on an ability to pay.
Posted by Ceca on Apr 9, 2015 in Health Insurance | Comments Off on Healthcare Tax Refunds and How It’s Affecting the Average Joe Right Now
Two things are certain in life: death and taxes. For US citizens, this is the first year that taxpayers have to deal with Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act. This law undoubtedly strives to make health care affordable to everyone, but it might also lower tax refunds.
Posted by Neeta on Aug 19, 2014 in Health Insurance | Comments Off on A Brief Account of Canadian Health Insurance
Healthcare in Western countries is getting increasingly expensive and therefore health insurance has become a necessity in these countries. In the US, President Obama has made it compulsory for every US citizen to draw a health insurance. In other Western countries too, such a compulsion is not unlikely to arrive in the near future. We’ll consider here the health insurance system of Canada. It is often referred to as medicare and has been created to respond to people’s health-related needs rather than to their paying ability. Read an extremely interesting interview with Lorne Marr, LSM Insurance Director of New Business Development for Forum magazine wherein he emphasizes upon staying healthy. Lorne Marr is an Ontario-based star insurance advisor who has achieved a tremendous growth in his health insurance business within a short time.
Posted by Ceca on Jun 10, 2013 in General Health, Health Insurance | Comments Off on Health Care Cards – Tips
From time to time, people become stuck with their medical bills that are more than they can afford to repay in cash. If you are in the similar position, health benefit cards designed specifically to cover health care expenses might be a good solution to fill the gap quickly. Medical credit cards are usually long-term lasting and instantly approved. However, before applying for the first health care card advertised at your dentist’s, think about its benefits and possible drawbacks.
Posted by Ceca on Sep 17, 2012 in Health Insurance | Comments Off on Advantage of getting life insurance quotes online
Everybody leads a different life and we have unique memories, lessons, painful decisions etc. However, we can all agree on one thing that life is really unpredictable. Nobody can guarantee to wake up tomorrow and as we get older, we become more concerned about what could happen to our family members once we are gone. When it comes to life insurance, it used to be one of those topics and issues that were discussed in absolute privacy and hushed tones. In recent years, it became something that people openly talk about and it is quite easy to purchase. Internet has made setting up life insurance even easier and more convenient. So, anyone looking for life insurance can purchase life insurance quotes online.
Posted by admin on Oct 6, 2011 in Health Insurance | Comments Off on Medical Billing Outsourcing, the Solution to Medical Insurance Billing Nuances
In today’s world doctors and clinics alike face the issue of collecting from medical insurance companies who quite frankly do not have an interest in paying out. There is a required set of CPT codes that classify each patient case, and if the code or any of the patient’s information is even barely incorrect the insurance company will refuse to pay and demand a revision of the submitted claims. Once the claimsare resubmitted, there is a lag time in which the insurance company will actually pay, creating a lead time that doctors must face when trying to collect from their medical billing.
So what is the solution to this dynamic problem with medical insurance billing? How can the doctors get ahead of their account receivables and make sure the insurance companies are paying them what they deserve? How can the practices find the correct CPT codes, make sure all of the medical billing claims are processed correctly, and follow up with the insurance companies effectively?