Thursday, November 17, 2016

How to Get Social Security Disability

For patients who have a life-altering injury, social security disability is a protective barrier against financial stress. Work with your patients seeking these benefits, so that they are not as worried about the looming medical bills and stress.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Applying for Medicaid Made Easy

For low-income families and individuals, Medicaid is a viable program to apply for and it covers many things. These could include Medicare premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance. Facilitate this process for your patients by providing them with some helpful information.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Helping Patients with Social Security Disability

Applying for social security disability can be a lengthy process, often involving a lot of paperwork and medical terms your patients may not be familiar with. Give them the chance to use these disability rewards by lending a hand in the following ways.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Keys to Using the Affordable Care Act Marketplace

The affordable care act marketplace gives people a way to find affordable, quality healthcare in a convenient manner. Provide your patients with resources and knowledge that make this using this marketplace just a little easier.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Informing Your Patients Regarding the Affordable Care Act Marketplace

The Affordable Care Act Marketplace (ACA) has the primary goal of making high-quality healthcare attainable for everybody, regardless of their current health condition and financial status. Also called the new health insurance marketplace, this is a means by which patients can explore the packages available for them, finding the best plans that fit their needs and their budget.

Health Care Plans

As mandated by law, health care plans should cover the 10 essential benefits for patients. Prior to this law’s enactment, certain health insurance providers vary the packages available as a means of limiting the benefits that their client’s receive.

As in previous years, there were non-inclusions and fine prints in many health plans, making it a challenge for patients to really get the treatments they need. If they wanted to get more coverage, they were expected to pay more. Such is not the case when it comes to the ACA. Read more on this article: