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- A Medicaid Work Requirement for Texas?
One of the ideas being floated to help rein in the cost of Medicaid is to impose a work requirement for the program.
- New Texas Legislation Provides Consumer Protections Concerning Freestanding ERs
As the Texas Tribune reports, a couple of pieces of legislation recently passed into law in Austin will provide considerable protection for Texas health care consumers with regard to freestanding emergency rooms. Freestanding emergency rooms are facilities, often located in strip shopping malls, which are not attached to any hospital.
- Affordable Care Act: The Employer Shared Responsibility Provision and Seasonal Workers
The reporting requirements for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will remain in effect for the 2017 reporting period, which covers 2016. Any legislative actions regarding repeal of the ACA will have a delay in full implementation.
- Why Do We Have Insurance? Here’s a Brief Look at Its History.
Bad things happen. If you’ve ever wondered why we have insurance, that basic truth is usually the answer. Insurance is our safety net against bad things, and it has evolved in response to the needs of people and businesses to protect their interests and those of their families, employers and financial backers.
- Health Insurance Crisis Projected For 2017 – Will You Be Affected?
Health insurance premiums for those insured under Obamacare are projected to rise in 2017. Will you be affected?
- Changing Illinois Medicaid Laws Affect Personal Injury Settlements
Changes are coming to personal injury settlements in 2016. These laws will affect those with Medicare and Medicaid. Here is how you can stay ahead of these changes, and be aware of their effect.
- Lien Negotiation in a Personal Injury Case
Negotiation of liens is a very important part of any personal injury case. This is particularly true in cases involving serious personal injury where medical liens may be very large.
- 3 Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease
Though an outwardly noticeable condition, Parkinson's Disease stems from brain's inability to send messages controlling muscle movements.
- Obama Administration Focuses on Medical Malpractice
The Obama administration has been asking individuals who have suffered improper medical care to report such instances of neglect. It is hoped that the information that will be reported will aid in an overall better health care environment for the nation.
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
When you are planning your estate it is important to address all of the matters that are relevant to people who are entering their twilight years. While it is true that the financial aspects of estate planning are important, the health care component is key as well, and since people here in American are living longer than ever it is logical to be prepared to live into our late eighties and beyond.