Will Insurers’ Telemedicine Use Lead to Wrong Diagnoses?

insurInsurers are slowly incorporating telemedicine into their health plan offerings, but some doctors worry the increased use of online visits with patients could lead to wrong diagnoses.

WellPoint began covering online visits for more than 4 million members in 10 states in July, Continue reading

Providing Healthcare Remotely Is a Growing Part of What Could Become a Reformed Healthcare System.

hhGrowing technology could be part of a changing health care environment

“There are over 250 approved telehealth sites in the state that are members of the Kentucky TeleHealth Network,” said Rob Sprang, chair of the board of directors of the Kentucky TeleHealth network.

Telehealth began in 1995 Continue reading

How Exactly Will Americans Feed Their Families?

droughtAfter the Water Is Gone, the Soil Is Gone, the Crops Are Gone and the Superweeds Take Over, How Exactly Will Americans Feed Their Families?

The United States of America, like most modern nations, is a country accelerating towards agricultural collapse followed by mass starvation. At so many levels, Continue reading

As Painkiller Addiction and Overdoses Continue to Rise, Pharmaceutical Companies Are Sued for Inciting Epidemic

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Narcotic painkillers are a driving force in the rise of substance abuse and lethal overdoses

In 2012, 259 million prescriptions for opioids and other narcotic painkillers were written in the US; 46 people die Continue reading

Fabricated Compassion: Democrats Abandon U.S. Homeless, Veterans and the Hungry in Rush to Roll out Red Carpet for Illegals

homeless“We are all connected. We can’t just build a wall or a fence and say no more. This is America. Our doors are open.” These are the words of U.S. House of Representatives John Lewis, (1) one of many democrats who seem to be stampeding over each other to see who can offer the most enticements to accelerate the flood Continue reading