Monthly Archives: February 2016

Communication — from both sides of the healthcare relationship

Lately I have been dealing a lot with difficult medical situations and spending time in different facilities.  My father has been moved from his assisted/independent living facility to a hospital to a rehab facility and, finally, to a memory unit.  … Continue reading

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Stop asking me!

Microsoft seems to be good at getting on our nerves. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of being reminded about saving passwords. Hey … that sounds awfully familiar!  It’s like that movie Groundhog Day (if you read my … Continue reading

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Insurance outside the box: Healthcare sharing ministries are on the rise

I came across a feature story in “The Hill” this morning about an insurance-like phenomenon I’d never heard of before: the “healthcare sharing ministry.” This is specifically being done by religious organizations but on the surface at least, it seems … Continue reading

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Whiteout – It’s not just correction fluid

I live on the East Coast and, as most everyone knows, we just had a major snow storm.  There was so much snow that it shut down everything, including the government. What it didn’t shut down were the medical facilities … Continue reading

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