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Dental Insurance & Why It’s Important For Your Family

Dental Insurance & Why It’s Important For Your Family

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It may often go overlooked, but dental insurance is something that every individual needs to think about. In the event of a sudden toothache, the need for a regular checkup or cleaning and even possibly oral surgery, dental insurance is a must. Coverage is available from a variety of sources, including some employers and national insurance providers.

Dental insurance is more affordable than medical insurance and can often result in low monthly payments for those who have to seek out the coverage themselves. The amount of insurance that is selected will determine what type of deductible, if any, the patient is responsible for.

Problems With Medicare Health Insurance Companies – Denied Claims And Deceptive Marketing Biggest Issues

Problems With Medicare Health Insurance Companies – Denied Claims And Deceptive Marketing Biggest Issues

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(Best Syndication) A recent federal audit has revealed that private insurance companies have been denying legitimate claims to Medicare recipients and put into practice deceptive marketing. Since March, 11th, health insurance companies have also been fined more than $770,000 for issues involving Medicare recipients.

This revelation comes at a time when health insurance companies are under scrutiny for claim denials in their non-Medicare programs. The New York Times reviewed 91 audit reports and found a huge backlog “of claims and complaints”. The report also describes “improper termination of coverage for people with H.I.V. and AIDS.”

The Profit Motive of Insurance and Pharmaceutical Companies are squeezing our Healthcare

The Profit Motive of Insurance and Pharmaceutical Companies are squeezing our Healthcare</p>
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(Best Syndication) Counterproductive results can happen when we use idealistic concepts, like “Love thy neighbor” and “The profit motive will always lead to better service”.

Nearly all of us instinctively know we cannot just ignore suffering people in our midst. People behind the tinted windows of limos cannot see such things, and may not understand the fuss about closing hospitals. The majority of us do understand and must make the right decisions.

Insurance appeared to be the solution, but when it became a giant cash cow the temptation to maximize profits corrupted its purpose. Today, Health Insurance is the only way the middle class can cope with the high cost of service. Like Las Vegas Insurance is a stacked deck. We should all be angry about the billions of dollars involved in health insurance mergers.

Michael Moore Tells Oprah Single Payer Medical System is Better – Part Two Investigates Canadian Health Care Plan

Michael Moore Tells Oprah Single Payer Medical System is Better – Part Two Investigates Canadian Health Care Plan

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(Best Syndication) Oprah Winfrey had Michael Moore on her show last week, and this is the second portion of our report. Moore has advocated a single payer medical system for the United States. Oprah also had an industry advocate / lobbyist who challenged the idea.

Karen Ignagni, president of America's Health Insurance Plans, said that she supports a government law that would force Americans to purchase private health insurance. This is similar to the Universal Health Care plans advocated by several Presidential candidates including Hillary Clinton and John Edwards. Moore is opposed to such a plan and advocates doing away with private health insurance in favor of a single payer system.

US Spends More On Health Care Than Europe And Canada Per Person

US Spends More On Health Care Than Europe And Canada Per Person

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(Best Syndication) It may not come as a surprise to some people, but Americans do spend more on health care than any other country in the world. Per capita, Americans spend more money than Canadians or Europeans with socialized or single payer medical systems.

The study published by the Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health says that it might have something to do with obesity. Rates of diabetes, hypertension, stroke and arthritis for people over age 50 were higher in the United States than in Europe and elsewhere. Only 17 percent of Europeans were obese while 33 percent of Americans were.

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