The sometimes not-so Affordable Care Act is focusing national attention on Alaska, the once oil-rich state facing no end of problems due to the global slump in oil prices. 561 more words
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The percentage of Texans without health insurance has dropped by 30 percent since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into effect, cutting the state’s uninsured rate below 1999 levels. 699 more words
More people in the U.S. are covered by health insurance than ever before.
According to newly released federal statistics, about 91% of Americans have health insurance. 199 more words
Advice-giving can trip up the elder parent – adult child relationship and even cause painful divisions between parent and child.
My mother will ask me a question and the answer is fairly straightforward, but then I’ll keep on answering, advising, really. 534 more words
Skip Leavitt, PA, MBA, FACMPE
The case for effective population health management couldn’t be clearer. But still there is great reticence on the side of providers and health systems, many of whom believe that adding PHM activities will threaten fee-for-service revenue. 423 more words
There are many ways women can address infertility challenges that may occur as they age including the use of the Conception Kit® at-home system.
In our culture, many women are waiting to have children until they are older. 587 more words
Couples can take control over their family planning by understanding a few key things about infertility.
When it comes to understanding infertility, it can often seem like there is a lot of information out there to sift through. 624 more words