Alarm hazards, such as inappropriate configuration, are the No. 1 health technology hazard hospitals will face in 2015, according to a new report by ECRI Institute, MedCity News reports (Baum, MedCity News, 11/25).
Government, industry, and scientists appear to be in collusion to hide the fact that everything from human health and intellectual capacity to various addictions are indeed caused by the environment in which we find ourselves Continue reading →
Self-funded employers and other health care plan sponsors would have to pay $27 for each health plan enrollee in the third and final year of the Transitional Reinsurance Program authorized by the health care reform law, federal regulators proposed Friday. Continue reading →
Tests show presence of six different types of flame retardant chemicals in Americans, including PBDEs, chlorinated tris, and tris phosphate, the latter of which has never been detected in Americans before
The much-anticipated Episode Six of the free online audio course Pandemic Preparedness has just been released. This episode features a detailed discussion of the world’s most powerful antiviral herbs and natural medicines, many of which have been used for thousands of years to save lives Continue reading →
What busy person doesn’t love the idea of having a personal cup of coffee instantly with the push of a button. Many people are delighted when the Keurig machines show up in the workplace or doctor’s waiting room. I loved the idea. I bought one from Costco along with the handy unit to store those awkward K Cups. I, of course, insisted on the Newman’s Organic K Cups for my coffee choice. Continue reading →
It appears the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has a numbers problem: Alex Wayne reports for Bloomberg that the government inflated its 2014 enrollment figures for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act exchanges by including dental plans along with medical plans.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is warning employers that group health care plans that do not provide coverage for inpatient hospital and physician services will not pass the health care reform law’s “minimum value” test, the second federal agency to do so.
A plan that denies such coverage “is not a health plan in any meaningful sense and is contrary to the purpose of the minimum value requirement,” HHS said Friday. Continue reading →
Story at-a-glanceIdeally, opt for organic produce when making a saladAdding homegrown sprouts is an easy and inexpensive way to boost the nutrition of your saladAvoid commercial salad dressings, Continue reading →