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Posted: Tue,11 Feb 2020 03:26:47 GMT
Julie Appleby
By writing in payment limits when signing hospital forms, patients might have leverage in negotiations over disputes that arise from surprise medical bills.
Posted: Tue,04 Feb 2020 02:53:26 GMT
Judith Graham - Kaiser Health News
If you’re told Medicare’s home health benefits have changed, don’t believe it: Coverage rules haven’t been altered and people are still entitled to the same types of services. All that has changed is how Medicare...
Posted: Mon,03 Feb 2020 03:13:11 GMT
Kaiser Health News - Judith Graham
Medicare has changed how it pays for services. In response, agencies across the country are firing therapists, limiting physical, occupational and speech therapy, and terminating services for some longtime, severely ill patients.
Posted: Fri,17 Jan 2020 03:53:39 GMT
Judith Graham - Kaiser Health News
On the bright side, advances in medical science and a push for healthier lifestyles might extend the quality of life for aging boomers. Among clouds on the horizon: ageism, strained long-term care services and the need to...
Posted: Tue,14 Jan 2020 09:15:51 GMT
Barry Ritholtz
Managing your financial life requires following three rules: No. 1. Spend less than you earn; No. 2. Prioritize investing for your future; No. 3. Figure out what matters and spend accordingly. If you follow these...
Posted: Mon,16 Dec 2019 02:52:31 GMT
Julie Rovner - Kaiser Health News
Any day now, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans could rule the entire Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.
Posted: Mon,09 Dec 2019 02:50:09 GMT
Dan Weissmann - Kaiser Health News
It’s open enrollment season for health insurance. And choosing the best plan is tricky whether you have to buy insurance on your own or just figure out which plan to sign up for at work. Here’s what you need to know.
Posted: Wed,13 Nov 2019 03:00:49 GMT
Shefali Luthra - Kaiser Health News
Will Out-Of-Pocket Health Spending Total $11 Trillion In The Next Decade
Posted: Mon,11 Nov 2019 05:31:56 GMT
Emmarie Huetteman - Kaiser Health News
Nearly 8 in 10 Americans say the cost of prescription drugs is unreasonable, but the odds look grim for Congress to pass significant pricing legislation this year.
Posted: Wed,30 Oct 2019 04:05:20 GMT
Jocelyn Wiener - Kaiser Health News
Some of California’s most vulnerable nursing home residents, many of whom have nowhere else to go, are receiving letters from their health care plans saying they are no longer eligible for long-term care.