QUESTION #1 WHAT GIVES YOU ENERGY? Don’t ask yourself what you’re good at. Questions like that are boring and don’t reveal that much. We’re all good at things that we hate doing. You should be interested in the activities that make you feel strong when you do them. What do you do that, when
Did you know that by just completing a wellness exam you could help lower your Group Medical Renewal Premium? Have you asked your physician “What is a Diagnosed Wellness exam?” “…Medicare says for me to perform a wellness exam and it must be filed under diagnosed code.” You would say, “Ok, what are you
“Beware the Ide’s of March”, that meant strong northerly winds even on a sunny day! Well, in the 21st century, this could mean beware the rising cost in Medical Premium, the unexpected changes in Covid 19 virus, the renewal of your Blood Pressure/Diabetes/general medication. Sometimes we forget that safety is also preventative medicine, what?
Your employer wants all its employees to achieve Health Equity! Learn how to address Social Determinants of your Health. You can achieve “…health equity” to create a better outcome for your health. The Social Issue relates to non-productive meeting places, come on, you and I know some restaurants would never serve a minimum healthy
Wellness is not just going to a doctor and doing height, weight, and serious medical history. It is also taking your Rx Medications daily. Blood Pressure 140/90 or higher is considered High Blood Pressure. If your Physician has prescribed one (1) or two (2) or more medications, make sure you don’t miss a dose! Also,
Insurance plans can differ in which providers you can see and how much you have to pay. It’s important to understand your costs and key health insurance terms, so you’ll know what services your plan will pay for and how much each visit, or medicine will cost. Important key words explained Deductible: The amount you
Understanding Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan (MERP) With DEBS The United States has one of the highest costs of healthcare as compared to any other country in the world. Taking into consideration the US$ 3.8 trillion that was spent in 2019, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has projected that the country’s expenditure on