Tag Archives: Care

Federal Proposal Seeks to Allow Discrimination in Health Care

Once again, the Trump administration has attacked health care protections. And on cue, advocates for patients have launched a counterattack. Specifically, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a proposed rule change to Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare). This section prohibits discrimination in health care based on race,… Read More »

A community of care: Planstin aims to simplify health care delivery, improve services and save NH consumers money – Manchester Ink Link

Health care cost outlays by insured Americans represents almost one-fifth of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), amounting to almost $ 11,000 for every person in the U.S.  Beyond the cost, there is an often-confusing array of paperwork relating to co-pays, deductibles and other elements of the system.   With such a sizable investment in our… Read More »

Dame Barbara Windsor urges Johnson to ‘sort out’ dementia care

Dame Barbara Windsor has called on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to “sort out” care for people who have dementia. The former EastEnders star, who has Alzheimer’s, launched an open letter with her husband Scott Mitchell to coincide with their appointment as ambassadors for Alzheimer’s Society. Ministers in England have been promising to publish plans on… Read More »

What are the best skin care products for acne-prone skin? Look for these key ingredients – NBC News

While you may have left your love for emo music behind in high school, acne isn’t always something you can say goodbye to so easily. Acne is becoming increasingly more common in adults, with up to 15 percent of women affected. So what causes acne, exactly? “When skin pores get clogged, usually by dead skin… Read More »

Will Amazon Deliver a Single-Payer Health Care System for the U.S.?

By JOE GRACE Amazon has quietly put together a syndicate including Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan to provide better and more affordable health care for their combined 1.2 million workers.  The joint effort, called Haven, makes sense because many companies of size today are self-insured to provide health care at lower costs. But this is… Read More »