Health Care Tuesday

Happy New Year From Simply Stated Business

January 1, 2013

Happy New Year! Are you like me and ready to get this party started? I did put up a post at my health care blog, Simply Stated Health Care, for this special Health Care Tuesday. If you’re so inclined, check it out. This should be a very big year in health care in the U.S. […]

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Health Care Tuesday Shares Simple Health Tip

November 27, 2012

It’s Health Care Tuesday over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. This week’s post takes a page from my own health challenges to share a simple tip ~ just in time for the holidays, Here’s a sneak peek. A Health Tip That Pays Big-Time Dividends In this season of giving, the following […]

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Health Care Tuesday And Dental Industry’s Interest in Elections

November 6, 2012

It is election day here in the United States. Over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care, the dental industry has good reason to be interested in election results. Why? Here is a sneak peek. Why Dental Industry May Have Vested Interest in Elections When health care reform’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) […]

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Health Care Tuesday Shares Guessing Game

October 23, 2012

Health Care Tuesday brings a post of guesses at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. It seems everyone has an opinion about how health reform’s Affordable Care Act will affect employment-based health insurance. The following is a sneak peek at the opinion of the latest best guess. Employer Health Plan Future in Eye […]

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Health Care Tuesday Recognizes Nurses

October 16, 2012

So, maybe the survey is a bit biased. After all, it was conducted by a School of Nursing; however, I think most would agree that nurses play a critical role in health care. Over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care, the post shares information about nurses’ perspective on hospital quality of care. […]

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Health Care Tuesday Explains Why I’m M.I.A.

October 9, 2012

If you don’t see me around the blogosphere and social media world today, the post at my health care blog, Simply stated health care, explains why. The reason is what I like to call aging body maintenance. Intrigued? Trust me – it’s nothing that will have me looking like the next Housewives member. You can […]

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Health Care Tuesday Reviews Private Health Insurance Exchanges

July 24, 2012

It’s Health Care Tuesday at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. It’s another post regarding health care reform and one of its most popular provisions – health insurance exchanges. But, this has a twist. Instead of the public exchange from health reform, some industry experts are looking at private exchanges. Here’s a sneak […]

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Health Care Reform Hits Simply Stated Health Care

July 3, 2012

It is Health Care Tuesday over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. This week we got a jump-start on the health care news with a Sunday post following the Supreme Court ruling on the health care reform law. In case you missed it, here’s a sneak peek. Health Care Reform in the Eye of […]

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Health Care Tuesday Commiserates With the Little Guy

June 19, 2012

It’s Health Care Tuesday over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. This week’s post reviews a survey of insurance agents and brokers who were asked what trends they observed in the individual and small group market. It’s not pretty. Here’s a sneak peek. Agents Report Health Insurance Pounding Little Guys Will health […]

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Health Care Tuesday Looking for Incentives

May 29, 2012

It’s Health Care Tuesday over at my health care blog, Simply stated health care. This week’s post reviews a publication that reports a loss of over $20 billion in health care incentives. Billions. Here is a sneak peek at the post. Is $20 Billion in Health Care Incentives Not Enough? Would $20 billion motivate you? […]

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