Back to ‘normal’ – preparing to end the public health emergency | Distinguished LLP

In January 2020, Alex M. Azar, II, US Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), signed a nationwide declaration of a Public Health Emergency (PHE) that will largely shape the public and private health care response. Stakeholders in the spread of COVID-19 in the United States and the business and operational challenges that have come … Read more

Under 30 Innovators Avoid Covid Brain Fog and Face a Triple Pandemic

InnovationRx is your weekly digest of healthcare news. to get it in your inbox, Subscribe here. Forbes Under 30 Lester Dina Radenkovic Tim Tuder Forbes an TuesdayAnd the Forbes Launched its annual 30 Under 30 list, we track some of the best young innovators across North America in 20 different categories. in Health CareWe tracked … Read more

3 of the best times to buy pet insurance

Pet insurance can be valuable at most stages of your pet’s life. Getty Images Pet insurance offers millions of owners a unique opportunity to protect their pets and their bank accounts. In exchange for a Minimum fees For the provider each month, dog and cat owners can rest assured knowing their beloved pet has included … Read more

NYC Retirees Sue Adams Administration for $55 Million…More Than $15 Health Care

Retired New York City government employees – who enjoy between The most generous health benefit offered by US taxpayers – is suing Mayor Eric Adams and the city for $55 million more than $15 for doctors’ visits. The class action lawsuit was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on behalf of 183,000 retirees. It claims the … Read more

Surprise, surprise: An insurance crisis is upon us – Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly

Perhaps the biggest financial risks faced by Californians today have nothing to do with rising interest rates or a looming recession. Rather, it is the loss of access to the products they rely on to protect their most valuable assets: cars, homeowners, and business insurance. Although many may not yet realize, the crisis of insurance … Read more

Will Maura Healy make it a priority to clarify hospital costs?

After more than four years raising her concerns about the difficulty of discerning clear pricing information for hospital services, we expect Gov.-elect Maura Healy won’t be too pleased with a recent study indicating that calculating these costs remains a confusing process. Finding information about healthcare procedures on Massachusetts hospitals’ websites can be a “twisted or … Read more

Dumas’ former insurance agent faces 52 criminal charges | Arkansas Business News

We were unable to submit the article. Dumas’ former insurance agent is facing 52 criminal charges in the Desha District Court, accused of keeping clients from paying premiums for policies that never existed. Joshua Jackson Smith, 40, was charged Oct. 5 with 49 felony counts of insurance fraud, which include selling insurance without a license … Read more

Oral health care needs our attention

Daily dental cleaning in Philippine schools, like this elementary school in Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental, was pioneered by the overseas-funded Fit for School project. Photo by Marit Stenus Capugon Today, November 28, 2022, the first session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee tasked with drafting a legally binding instrument on plastic pollution begins. While plastic pollution … Read more

Things to keep in mind before purchasing a diabetic health insurance plan

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 8.7 percent of the population of India in the age group of 20 to 70 suffers from diabetes. The high incidence of diabetes is caused by several factors, such as urbanization, sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy diets, tobacco use, and increased life expectancy. Many diabetics may think that they cannot … Read more