Business Health Insurance – Which is the Best Plan For Your Business?

The idea behind business health insurance is to provide health care for not only yourself but your employees as well. That’s simple enough; well it’s not quite as simple as it may seem at first. Because health care in the United States is a difficult tangle of rival insurance companies, plans and laws. A businesses […]

Live Longer – 7 Truths to Taking Responsibility For Your Health

Reports are flooding the airwaves about the growing obesity problem in the US. Apparently a new report shows that 28 US States show increases in obesity rates in adults. With that are growing rates of diseases brought on by lack of healthy living. I doubt if anyone is not affected by this issue in some […]

The Use and Implementation of Health Information Systems

The contents of this article are dedicated to investigating the utilization and application of health informatics in a variety of contexts. Hence, the article will treat the subjects of health information exchange, health knowledge management, e-health systems, e-public health systems and m-health systems. * Health information exchangesrefer to the transmission and dissemination of healthcare information […]

Buying Individual Health Insurance Coverage – Additional Factors to Consider

It could be hard to decide which individual health insurance coverage to acquire for yourself. You should be guided accordingly as you choose and buy the plan to cover your healthcare needs. You should start searching for appropriate individual health coverage. That is what you should do especially if you have been laid off from […]

MinnesotaCare Offers Minnesota Health Insurance

One of the important players of the Minnesota health insurance niche is the MinnesotaCare, a public subsidized program meant to help out the residents of Minnesota. These are the people who do not enjoy access to the diverse health facilities and medical coverage effectively. There are almost over 100000 people who are covered under the […]

Health Care Reform – How Are You Affected? – Part 3

If you are an employer with fewer than 50 full time and “full time equivalent” (FTE) employees, you will enjoy the luxury of being exempted from the most onerous provisions discussed in the previous article. If you offer health insurance coverage to your employees you will still have a few issues affecting your health plan. […]

Health Care Reform – How Are You Affected? – Part 2

To date, little is known about specifics expected to come from the two departments. HHS will be the primary driver however, while DOL will address union and other labor issues that arise. Healthcare reforms do address a few specific areas by which employers, large and small, can plan. We do need to remember the final […]