Interesting analysis of health care trends over the past 30 years.
Not exactly a big surprise, but worth noting. BTW, eat yogurt!
Here’s an idea worth thinking about: means-based deductibles. Read on.
Many Consumers With High-Deductible Plans Are Concerned About Health Law Changes – The Washington Post
If you’re not concerned now, you may be soon.
Healthy food, exercise, sleep, water, sunshine, and relaxation: still the 6 best doctors around.
Finally, some good news!
Adam Gaffney serves us a dose of high-deductible health plan education straight-up.
Pennsylvania is all over the map with changes, according to this article, but the average increase is 10-12%.
Obamacare — it’s working!
This article states that high deductible plans have skyrocketed from 8% in 2009 to 19% last year. If they continue at this rate, about 50% of people will have high deductible plans by 2020. Oh what a wonderful world it will be.