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by Hari on April 04 2014

It is has been too many months since I last wrote. I was having problems with my site and had to transfer to another template. I am back and will begin writing on the many healthcare issues....

by Hari on November 11 2013

The launch of the healthcare exchange site was a disaster.  I admit I was surprised it was such a flop.  The dismal start has fueled the fires of the many Republicans to increase the rhetoric...

by Hari on October 10 2013

Vanessa Garcia has written this quest blog.

While I’m not a doctor, it doesn’t take one to start noticing trends in medical diagnoses, especially when you are as immersed...

by Hari on September 09 2013

I lived with the illusion for many years, that doctors communicated with each other.    After all, every time I call any provider, the automated voice tells me, if you are a physician press #1.  ...

by Hari on August 08 2013

I had my physical last week.  Prior to going to the appointment, I had some labs done.  I can get my results on line and did within hours.  Even though my appointment was in two days, I knew my...

by Hari on August 08 2013

Now airing on NPR to ESPN, are hospital and doctor advertisements.  The ads explain all the great services and always "world class" doctors and specialty departments.  What they don't talk about...

by Hari on July 07 2013

I am very excited because I just received the best news for a client.  We won an external appeal.  It reversed a potential $150,000.00 hospital/doctor/rehab bill.  What a day!  The insurance,...

by Hari on June 06 2013

Just to keep in the loop with insurance companies, I "like" their Facebook pages.  The other day, I was going through Facebook and there was a great posting from Harvard Pilgrim.  Whoever runs the...

by Hari on June 06 2013

My 89 year old mother called  one day last year and asked me to come for lunch.  Not an unusual request but she said she had something to talk about.  I didn't think much of it because she liked...

by Hari on June 06 2013

There is no question that some hospital billing practices directly interfere with patient care.  For patients paying out of pocket, the journey to get quality care can be hindered by financial...

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