The Cost of Living in the U.S.

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Worried Sick About Healthcare? Here’s How to Get Organized in a Changing Marketplace

Though the HealthCare.gov website fiasco has more-or-less subsided by now, most Americans are still busily working to get everything organized for the coming year’s coverage plans. For some, it means signing up for a coverage plan through their employer, for others it might mean applying independently. It might even mean undergoing a few trial-and-error scenarios […]

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The Anatomy of Poor Patient Outcomes: It starts with us…and ends with us

I have the privilege of presenting a blog that was recently published by a dedicated nurse who may be stripped of her license because she was doing what she was trained to do:provide safe and quality care for her patients. In order to provide the best care, systems must change and adapt and sometimes this […]

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Obamacare, Ballot Initiative Could Make California Most Insurance-Friendly State

The soft launch of the Affordable Care Act on October 1, has been met with vehement opposition by House Republicans and criticism over glitches with the government’s website. California, however, have been all-systems-go not only for the ACA, but also a potential new state law that will place even more power into the hands of […]

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Maine drug reimportation law may benefit consumers if safety can be assured

Today, I have the pleasure of posting a blog by Dave Sterrett, Esq, Health Care Counsel, Public Citizen Congress Watch On Wednesday, October 16th, a new Maine state law took effect permitting its residents to directly import prescription drugs from licensed retail pharmacies in designated foreign markets. The state of Maine believes the law—the first […]

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