What Millennials Need to Know About Health Insurance

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The current health insurance landscape can be confusing to say the least. It is filled with various deadlines and and a litany of jargon. If you’re no longer eligible to be covered under your parents’ plan or it’s your first time signing up for your own health insurance, you may have many questions. Here are a few things that millennials …

Understanding Today’s Health Insurance Lingo

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The specifics of how we buy health insurance for ourselves, our family, and our business has changed over the past few years. Many people have a hard time navigating all the different terms that are associated with health insurance reform. Obamacare, ACA, what does it all mean? We’ve put together a brief guide to some of today’s most prominent, need-to-know …

Do we adapt to the Affordable Health Care ??

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Healthcare is poised for disruption, and if the leading theory on disruptive innovation holds true, the leading organizations in the industry today will not be the ones to bring about that disruption. But as I’ve written previously on this blog, that doesn’t mean all existing organizations will perish. In fact, as I read more on Clay Christensen’s theory of disruption and change …

Nebraska #7…. Football team not far behind

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Analysts from WalletHub, a personal finance social network, have used data from 47 states to create a health-related return on investment metric that shows the level of care and the price Americans can expect to pay for healthcare across the nation. To determine the ROI concerning healthcare services, the analysts examined three key metrics: death rates, America’s Health Rankings® and average individual …

Why telemedicine is the future of healthcare

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“Today, 20 million Americans get some part of their healthcare remotely, and that number will grow as telemedicine expands its reach,” said ATA Chief Executive Officer Jonathan D. Linkous. While these services will not replace all in-person visits with providers, they have the potential to be an exciting alternative with the glory of saving money. According to many medical professionals …

Are you excited about the new wearables with Samsung & Apple

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Look around. Chances are, someone around you is wearing one right now. I’m not talking about a baseball cap or a pair of minimalist running shoes. I’m talking about a connected device—a “wearable”—a fitness band, a smart watch, a pair of smart glasses…of maybe even connected clothing. Ready or not, the wearable market is about to explode. Right now, fitness-related …

Companies engaged double-dipping face penalties of up to $36,500 per worker.

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IRS moves against double-dipping on tax perks for health insurance By Joe Carlson  Posted: May 27, 2014 – 6:45 pm ET Tags: Healthcare Reform, Insurance Exchanges, Insurance, Legal   The Internal Revenue Service is threatening massive fines against companies that offer employees tax-advantaged money to help them buy federally subsidized health plans on the Obamacare insurance exchanges.Companies engaged in this kind of double-dipping face penalties of …