Old habits die slow, but I think if we do a self-evaluation and make diligent, small steps towards healthier decisions, sometimes those lead to greater outcomes than we may expect. In Wellmark’s Blue Spring 2013 edition, there is an article, “How to Really Change”, that I think is worth a read. As we constantly are reminded of our medical insurance premium costs and the health benefits that we may have within our health plan, we may be able to save our health and a few dollars along the way.
During the coronavirus pandemic, telemedicine can increase access to health care at a time when many patients, like older adults, are being advised to stay home. Keeping potentially infected people out of […]
Have you been placed on furlough? I can help you with your health insurance. If you are not in the payroll you cannot be on the employee health plan. Let […]
Whether you are on an individual plan or a group plan, if you opt for a high-deductible which could save you premium dollars and could offer you personal tax savings […]
Short Term Medical plans with lengths of 90 days will not longer be available in Iowa. This change applies to all carriers including United Healthcare and National General. If you […]