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Why health insurance companies are doomed

It’s that time of the year. No, not Halloween, but something almost as scary—open enrollment season.

It’s time to choose among the many plans offered through the various health exchanges as part of Obamacare, among the variety of Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans offered by private insurers as part of Medicare (for those who are age-eligible), and, for the… 2,558 more words

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APA L.A. Portfolio Review Oct.

It’s near 2015 and I’m having 2013 syndrome. “How is 2014 more fucked than 2013? 2015 has to be better if I survive to see it.” Everyone has their moments so out with the defeatist garbage and back to work. 790 more words

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Common Mistakes in Copywriting Part 1

by Michael T. Shishido

Anyone can write a commercial for a business. But is that spot effective? I often see copy written by business owners or new marketing directors that’s full of mistakes and seemingly clever clichés that make the copy sound amateurish, cluttered, and ineffective. 303 more words

Kaiser Permanente Settles ADA Lawsuit: Worker Was Denied Job Coach, Training, EEOC Charged

If a disabled employee wants to have a job coach accompany him or her to work, don’t rule it out of hand. Otherwise you might yourself on the wrong end of an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit. 257 more words

Forming A More Perfect Union in Healthcare

We humans are a notoriously unwieldy lot.

However, to accomplish the requisite tasks of building a civil society we must organize ourselves. These organizations, myriad in form and function, become living organisms. 1,783 more words

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Kaiser Permanente's 60 Seconds to Better Health: Women's Health

By Dr. Paul Bernstein, Medical Director for Kaiser Permanente San Diego

Take care of your S.E.L.F. with this easy to remember acronym:

S for Sleep… 228 more words

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Some Who Used 'Connect For Health Colorado' Getting 2 Health Plan Bills

LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Too much health insurance.

A Northern Colorado woman is getting bills for a plan she canceled months ago, and as CBS4 found out, she isn’t the only one. 313 more words

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