Premiums Go Down, but You Pay More?

Though we know little about the healthcare plan the Senate is currently working on, already estimates about its effect on the number of people who are insured and the cost of premiums. According to estimates, health care premiums will go down, and yet you, the...

When will it end?

I’m not sure who of you have read last week’s blog in regards to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia stating they would not reimburse for a particular diagnosis from an emergency room visit. Let’s look at a clinical scenario: a 13-year-old boy...

When did the patient become the doctor?

You’re watching your son play outside in a beautiful summer day. He’s running, playing with the family dog. Suddenly he falls, crying out as he lands on the ground. You run to him and find that he can’t put any weight on his ankle and it hurts to move. What do you do?...

Who is looking out for patients?

Recently the administration asked the appeals court to delay a key court decision that affects millions of insured Americans. The requested 90-day delay will mean that the government will still continue to pay cost sharing reductions through much of the summer, while...

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