You may have to repay some of the money, but the amount you’d owe would likely be capped. Every individual’s circumstances are different, but here’s how it might work in a typical situation . . .
MS is a mysterious disease that is particularly common here in the Pacific Northwest. At the December Eastside Science Café, Swedish Neuroscience Institute’s James Bowen, M.D. will talk about MS as a disease, trends and changes in its distribution around the world, and how it uniquely impacts our region.
Winter weather patterns can trap air pollution – especially from wood stoves and fireplaces – near the ground, where it can build-up and may threaten people’s health.
In truth, there are two deadlines.
December 23rd and March 31.
Which one matters?
It depends on your circumstances.
Group Health Cooperative and Bartell Drugs will open three retail clinics early next year in Ballard and University Village in Seattle and at Crossroads, Bellevue to provide walk-in service to the general public for common minor illnesses and procedures.
Why is the new mental health parity rule important for consumers?
Who is affected by the new rules?
What if my provider doesn’t accept insurance?
Many insurers offering plans through the state’s exchange marketplace plan, Washington Healthplanfinder, have trimmed the include-all-providers networks in favor of more narrow plans.
Help sorting through plans is available through the Washington state Insurance Commissioner’s SHIBA (Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors) program.
For many people, the seasonal flu is a mild illness.
But for some people, the flu can lead to serious infections like pneumonia, hospitalization, and death
Insurance marketplace malfunctions have left some eager consumers in limbo as deadline to enroll nears. “I’m praying to God,” one says.
It’s important to remember that the reason you’re stressed might be out of your control.
Don’t let factors such as the weather or another person’s actions cause you to worry.
Instead, focus on the things you can control, such as your reaction.
Dementia is the loss of thinking, memory, and reasoning skills to the extent that it seriously affects a person’s ability to carry out daily activities. Dementia is not a disease itself but a group of symptoms caused by certain diseases or conditions.
After years of trying to clamp down on hospital spending, the federal government wants to get control over what Medicare spends on nursing homes, home health services and other medical care typically provided to patients after they have left the hospital.