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Feb 2nd, 2012

There are many local community hospitals today that are closing their doors or reducing the health staff that keeps them operational. Many of the community hospitals are the medical health physician-owned hospitals. They are considering closing because they will no longer have the ability to expand and grow to accommodate the growing community where they […]

Feb 2nd, 2012

Wrapped inside the pages of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is a passage that reflects upon how long-term medical care will be dealt with in the future years to come. There is a passage that represents the Community Living Assistance Services and Support Act or CLASS, as it will be called. This part […]

Feb 2nd, 2012

The threat of medical care and health care rationing is very real and it is becoming more real with every day that passes. Cancer patients will find it more difficult to get an appointment with their medical health care physician because now the Internal Revenue Service will be involved. There are other government agencies who will […]

Feb 2nd, 2012

COBRA insurance has been a great stopgap measure for all employees enrolled in the temporary insurance program. This is a last resort when an employee finds himself or herself in a position of being fired or laid off. In most cases, the COBRA health insurance, which is offered through the current employer, is a relatively […]

May 6th, 2011

The conversation that is going around with regard to The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is the many choices all citizens will have in the future when this new government mandated universal health care can be fully implemented. You have to wonder if this is true because there are others who say the affordable […]

May 5th, 2011

How many citizens of this fine country really believed that the introduction of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was the cure all for the reduction of medical cost and insurance cost? How many self-employed individuals even gave thought to what they would have to relinquish in order to reach the hypothesized end goal? […]

May 2nd, 2011

The self employed individuals continue to have an uphill battle when it comes to affordable insurance. It seems that unless you are employed by a larger institution, it is next to impossible to acquire any comprehensive insurance policy. Most of the self-employed working and living in our communities are without insurance. The few enrolled in […]

Apr 29th, 2011

Technically, there are six different types of insurance policies that are readily available to all self-employed entrepreneurs who need one. Nothing for the self-employed entrepreneur comes cheap, so it is important to expect an unusually high price tag to go with the policy of choice. The six different insurance policies that are currently available are: […]

Apr 27th, 2011

Here we go again and guess who becomes the one group of citizens to be hurt the most with the passage of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act? You guessed correctly, the self-employed entrepreneur is the one group of citizens who will be hurt and affected the most. Large corporations can utilize the new […]

Apr 18th, 2011

Self-employed sole proprietors along with the small business entrepreneur are about to face a daunting difficulty with the rules, laws, and regulations woven into the health reform bill that was passed in March 2010. Many of the new mandated rules will apply to the established small business that have fewer than fifty employees, but the […]

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