Millions of Americans Opting for No Health Coverage

A surprising number of Americans are opting to live without health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. They estimate that 10 percent of Americans under the age of 65 are choosing... Read more »

Season Changes and Financial Assessments

People should carefully assess their monetary situations prior to the seasons changing. Doing so can help them keep things in order. The spring season is rapidly approaching right now. People who want... Read more »

US is Spending More For Less on Healthcare

Everyone who goes to get a prescription, pays a health insurance premium or pays for doctor visits knows that the cost for these healthcare items continues to rise. When the Affordable Care... Read more »

US Congress Has Limited Time To Stabilize The Insurance Market

A bipartisan group of House members and US Senators have from last summer been working towards putting measures in place that would keep insurance premiums from sparring out of control which would... Read more »

Study Reveals High Expectations for Those with Poor Health Under Medicaid

Although most low-income families have the highest prevalence of health problems like smoking, depression, and obesity among others, a recent survey by Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index shows that majority in this group are... Read more »

Hospitals Are Being Penalized For Below Standard Care Regarding Complications

The University of Kansas Hospital and Truman Medical Center are both receiving one percent penalties for their Medicare reimbursements. They are among 751 hospitals below standards for decreasing the number of preventable... Read more »

States Currently Deciding On Measures To Take Concerning Children’s Insurance Program

Congress has failed to renew the funding Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). States are coming to grips with the inaction on Congress’s part. The real decision has been postponed until January, but... Read more »

Medicare Announced Penalized Hospital List

Hospitals with the most hospital-acquired injuries and infections receive less money from Medicare than hospitals that have lower numbers. This year, 751 hospitals received a penalty, including Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago... Read more »

USHEALTH Advisors Spreading Cheer For The Holidays

USHealth Advisors (USHA) James Sackos Division continues to move the families of soldiers overseas by sending care packages to our soldiers. Just this thanksgiving, over 100 soldiers have received packages in fact.... Read more »