Tag Archives: medicare


Obamacare Isn’t The Issue, It’s The Insurance Companies

By Portland Press Herald

MILBRIDGE — With the recent news about increases in premiums for health plans sold through the Affordable Care Act marketplace, everyone wants to vilify the ACA.


Poor, Sick, and Voted For Trump; What Will Happen To Them Without Obamacare?

By Washington Post

Another morning, another list of patients and problems in the hands of 35-year-old Keisha Saunders. Diabetes, depression, heart disease. Robert needs lower blood pressure.


It Would Cost $350 Billion To Repeal Obamacare

By Money CNN

President-elect Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans love to say


1 in 200 San Franciscans Are Homeless

By Mother Jones

On any given night, 1 in 200 San Franciscans sleep on the street. Among the nation’s large urban areas, the city has the highest per capita rate of unsheltered


Estate Planning- Find out why you may need a living trust

By Black Enterprise

A dear friend of mine is going through the dual challenges of grieving her father and dealing with the fallout of his lack of estate planning.


They steal and kill- 2014’s biggest insurance fraud committers

By Yolanda Spivey

Insurance fraud is big business. You have people doing the unthinkable, all to collect a little bit of change.  Insurance Fraud is defined as any duplicitous act performed with the intent to obtain an improper payment from an insurer.


Do you need Medigap insurance?

By Time

Medigap, a private insurance policy that supplements Medicare, picks up where Medicare leaves off, helping you cover co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles. Some policies also pay for services Medicare doesn’t touch, like medical care outside the U.S.