May 11, 2016
Lower Healthcare Costs With Preventive Health Care
It is the norm for many individuals to go to the doctor if, and only if, they feel very ill. This could be due to an infection, a disease or other health condition--one that may cost a fortune. What if there was a way to prevent these costs--or better yet, prevent the health problem itself?
Preventive health care services can detect signs of an illness or disease. Patients can then consult with their doctor about making lifestyle choices or... Read More
July 27, 2015
Make sure you are getting the right information about your health!
With all the news about health out there it is hard to know if you are getting all the right information. The news and other media sources influence how some people look at their health for instance the EBOLA outbreak. It is a scary disease. The media and news exploded with coverage, but sometimes what you hear in the news isn’t all right. So where can you find the right information about national health issues that may be a... Read More
May 12, 2015
Want to play an active role in reducing health care costs?
Ever arrive at a health services clinic only to discover that your lab test results have not arrived? It is likely that new lab tests will be ordered instead of rescheduling the appointment.
This is referred to as duplicate testing and it occurs frequently in health care facilities across the country.
It is easy to overlook this issue when managing a busy schedule, but taking the initiative to reschedule an appointment directly affects... Read More
April 8, 2013
Originally I planned on writing a blog about food labels because they are quite different here in England. I found a few sites about the regulations but they were very dry and I could not imagine writing anything overly thrilling with such dry material. After becoming frustrated I began looking into foods that are banned here in the UK. While on the quest for this information I came across a fascinating company that uses “past-sell-date” foods. This immediately intrigued me so I had to read... Read More