The Social Security Administration (“SSA”) allows you to appoint someone to help you in dealing with the SSA, but you have to do it right.
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 […]