Americans are in a weird place as it concerns health care, especially the Affordable Care Act. One party’s trying to kill it for the nearly 30 million people that signed up for it last year. The other party wants to keep it and improve it, but might be fighting an uphill battle that depends a […]

CNN once did a news story on people who have been scammed by fake insurance plans. In these cases, people who were in dire health straits would look on the internet, find someone purporting to cover a certain area of the country, most probably the area where the people lived, signed up, started paying premiums, […]

Back in January I wrote a post here giving my opinion on signing up for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act. It seems time to give some opinions on how it’s working out so far. ReSurge International via Compfight First off, the world didn’t collapse like conservatives were saying it would. There were […]

I plead a mea culpa. As someone who fully supports the concept of health care for all, also known these days as the Affordable Care Act, and in my role as a health care finance consultant understanding that there would be both financial benefits and negatives, I have always said that the one thing I […]

Medigap operates as a form of supplemental insurance to Medicare. On its own, Medicare leaves gaps in coverage, causing the benefactors to pay copayments and deductibles out-of-pocket. These charges and fees can become quite costly over time. For this reason, Medigap was created to cover those extra expenses. Jon Rawlinson via Compfight This additional insurance […]

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