3 tips for people in the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary Program

If you’re among the 7.5 million people in the  Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) Program , Medicare providers aren’t allowed to bill you for services and items…

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Health Insurance Linked to Lower Cardiovascular Disease Risk Among Aging Immigrants

Aging immigrants with health insurance are found to be at a lower cardiovascular disease risk, said study led by researchers at NYU Rory Meyers College…

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Paying Patients to Use Lower-priced Health Providers can Reduce Health Spending, Says Study

A new study has found that paying people to use lower-price medical providers can help reduce health care spending. Examining a program that pays patients…

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US Spends More on Healthcare Among Developed Countries

Americans on average continue to spend much more for health care — while getting less care — than people in other developed countries, according to…

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Diabetes Patients With High Deductible Health Plans Experience Delays in Seeking Care: Study

Diabetes patients who switched to high-deductible health plans had associated delays in care for dangerous blood vessel diseases, found research from the Department of Population…

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Medical Bill Section Not Covered by Insurance Tends to Surprise 57% of Americans

Fifty-seven percent of American adults are surprised when they receive their medical bills, finds a new survey. The public holds insurers and hospitals most accountable…

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