I can’t help but wonder why the companies that manufacture automobiles ever came up with the “Check Engine” light. It’s just so… useless.
Part 3: The End of the Healthcare World as We Know It
And Mike doesn’t feel fine. Read more
Two weeks ago in Straight Talk, I gave you the background of the Individual health insurance marketplace. As you recall, it began in the United States in 2013 when the federal government introduced Healthcare.gov
Can you remember your first credit card? Oh my. My memory of that is strikingly clear! It was April 1984 (yep, I’m old) and I was a senior at LSU, when a credit card from JC Penney’s just showed up in my mailbox at the student union.
Part 1: Background
Since early in 2013, American citizens who don’t get an offer of affordable health insurance through work (that’s about 10% of working adults) have had another significant coverage option.
I love working for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana. And I am 100% sold on the notion that the best way to pay for a person’s healthcare is by creating entities just like us and giving them the freedom to make local decisions and manage our healthcare funds. Read more