Sun. Nov 27th, 2022

Year: 2021



Politicians and public policy experts love to say that we have a healthcare problem in the U.S. They cite tens of millions of uninsured people as evidence. However, the problem is not one of access or delivery. It is one of lousy insurance.

To demonstrate the point, ask yourself what it would be like if your auto insurance were structured like your health insurance. Just imagine using your car insurance policy the same way you use your health insurance benefits. It wouldn’t be long before you’d have to drop your auto insurance because you couldn’t pay the premiums.

  • Running to the Doctor

Think about what most people use health insurance for these days. They run to the doctor for every little thing. In the old days, visiting the doctor for anything other than catastrophic care (surgeries, hospitalizations, etc.) meant paying for services out-of-pocket. Back then, people didn’t run Read More

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The world is currently battling the deadly coronavirus epidemic, and the World Health Organization (WHO) has released guidelines such as social distancing and wearing a face mask to prevent and curtail the spread of the virus. As most countries begin to slowly relax their coronavirus lockdown restrictions, the need to travel from one point to another is undeniable. One of the primary ways the virus spreads is through close contact, and in a bid to prevent a second wave of the deadly virus, one must stick with all the prescribed health regulations such as social distancing and wearing of face mask. The presence of surgical masks used by health professionals has spiked due to increasing demand in the market. Since the start of the pandemic, the number of companies now directly involved in the production of nose and face mask has gone off the charts. The financial products and Read More

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