May 2011

Not Suicidal Enough? What?

President Obama’s current administration has estimated that nearly 46 million people in the United States don’t have health insurance. That doesn’t mean they don’t have a right to healthcare. They do.  And if you, or a loved one is without insurance and needs medical assistance then you need to know your options.  Fortunately, there are

Scary Stats on Medical Care

Here are some scary statistics that should convince you to finally stop being intimidated by your healthcare provider and start asking the tough questions. A recent study, commissioned by the American College of Surgeons and surveyed members, suggests medical errors, job burnout, and depression lead surgeons to contemplate suicide at higher rates than the general

Your Wallets Stolen, What’s next?

Your wallet is gone and you immediately call your credit card company to report your credit cards are missing (with their thousand dollar limits).  Did you also call your insurance company about your Medical ID (with its $1 million limit)?   Medical identity theft is now considered to be one of the fastest growing crimes in