Participate in complimentary briefing on newly proposed mental health parity rules for health plans and other related guidance on 8/18.
Patients, family members and friends often take for granted the ability of a parent, spouse, adult child or another trusted person to get information, act as a caregiver or health care advocate, help with health […]
March is National Kidney Month. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects an estimated 37 million Americans, amounting to 1 in 7 U.S. adults. Since people with early-stage kidney disease usually do not experience symptoms, 9 in […]
Before ringing in the New Year at midnight on December 31, taxpayers should complete this 12-step year-end health, tax and financial wellness to-do list.
Abusive timeshare and other travel or membership programs commonly target elderly or other susceptible Americans. A new joint federal/state enforcement action suggests consumers also should be careful about services offering assistance to exit timeshare and […]
Do you or someone you know have questions and concerns about Medicare? If your purpose in filing a complaint is to gain some type of relief—such as obtaining a refund from a Medicare-participating provider or […]
Patients, caregivers, employer and other health plan sponsors and consultants, health care providers, lawmakers hear a lot about health care quality; however, few understand the quality data and measures relied upon by parties making health […]
Medicare updates website to be more “user-friendly”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today authorized the use of a single booster dose for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for individuals 5 through 11 years of age at least five months after completion of […]
The Centers for Disease Control (“CDC) has just launched COVID-19 vaccine safety tool that allows COBID-19 vaccine recipients report post vaccination status. V-safe is a smartphone-based tool that helps monitor vaccine safety by allowing users […]