Do You Have High Medical Bills?

High medical bills? Are you having trouble paying for your prescription drugs? Does the high medical billsreceptionist at your doctor’s office know you on a first name basis? Do you get Christmas cards from your hospital? Are high medical bills going unpaid because of deductibles, copay’s and coinsurance?

You can get a health insurance plan to cover your high medical bills.

 

Trouble Paying Prescription Drugs?

Many people, even those with “good” health insurance, have trouble paying for their medication. Rx deductibles, copay’s and coinsurance mean every time you fill a prescription you have to pay more.

Sometimes you don’t have any more and may decide to skip your much needed medication because you can’t afford it.

If you only had to pay for your prescription drugs one time and there was no charge after that for the rest of the year, would that help?

 

Are You Spending More Time at the Doctors Office?

Is your car on “autopilot” when it comes to seeing the doctor? Are you in the doctor’s office more than the grocery store?

Are doctor copay’s eating you alive?

Maybe you need a plan that makes it easier to budget your medical bills for the year. This is a health insurance policy that cap’s your out of pocket expenses at less than $1000 per year. Once you hit your out of pocket maximum you stop paying your high medical bills and the insurance carrier takes over.

No more surprise high medical bills.

How simple is that?

 

Does Your Hospital Have a Bed With Your Name On It?

Do nurses on the 4th floor know you on sight? Can you find the emergency room with your eyes closed? How about the radiology department or the infusion therapy clinic?

Infusion therapy can run $6,000 or more per treatment. Renal dialysis averages $3,000. At 3x per week that is $9,000 you are spending just to stay alive.

What if you had a health insurance plan where, for less than one drip session or dialysis treatment you could satisfy your out of pocket maximum for a year?

 

The “All In One” Health Insurance Plan

Georgia Insurance Shop has such a plan and it is available to anyone without regard to pre-existing medical conditions.

The plan is simple. No moving parts.

You pay the first $950 of your medical charges for the year. Your health insurance plan pays the rest.

How easy is that?

Shop and compare now by clicking this link. Instant quotes in 3 minutes or less. No hassle application can be completed in less than 5 minutes.

Stop wasting time at healthcare.flub.

Get real health insurance to pay your high medical bills.

Double Decker's Prevent Heart Attack

What do double decker buses and heart attacks have in common? Drivers of double decker buses have a lesser risk of heart attack than do drivers of more traditional buses.

The WSJ Blog reports on a study by Dr. Jeremy Morris.

Morris thought there might be some link between occupation and heart-attack risk. And when he looked at the men who worked on London’s double-decker buses, he found a striking result: The conductors — who went up and down the stairs on the bus all day long — were half as likely to die of heart attacks as the drivers, who sat at the wheel all day.

The data held up; among postal workers, Morris found, those who delivered mail by bike or on foot were far less likely to die of heart attacks than those who sat behind the counter at the post office.

New information?

Not really.

Dr. Morris reported his findings in 1953.

So why is this news?

Dr. Morris died two weeks ago at the age of 99.

He swam, rode an exercise bike or walked for at least half an hour on most days until he was well into his 90s. And in recent years, he often walked up and down the stairs of the London School of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Health, where he was an emeritus professor.

“I’m constantly being asked: ‘Your long life, what would you advise?’ and so forth,” Morris told the FT. “To start telling other people what to do – I’m very reluctant. Except on exercise, where to a large extent I feel it’s what I’ve done myself that’s contributed to longevity.”

Sounds like good advice.

Heart Disease and Hair Loss

Guys, are you losing your hair?

If your woman used to get her fingers caught in your hair but now they slip through like a hot knife through butter it might be time to see a doc.

The Kojak look may be “in” but balding is not when it comes to heart disease.

Here is what a Harvard University study reveals. [Read more…]