Penicillin Allergy? Maybe Not…!

With Open Enrollment season just beginning, many folks are looking to change doctors (again) in the new year. Which raises the question: do you check the box stating you are allergic to penicillin? Did you know that although you may have had a previous negative reaction, you may not a
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What did the Supreme Court Agree to Hear?

We’re guessing that you heard the news on Friday that the Supreme Court agreed to rule on a new challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We’ve heard from some of you that you’re not sure you understand what they are going to rule on and would like
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George Geldin with a 2014 Individual Open Enrollment Update Video

Hi, this is George Geldon with an individual insurance open enrollment roundup. This is dated October 29th 2014. I’m gonna touch on Medicare, Covered California and other individual plans. Right at this time, for those people in Medicare, we’re in the midst of Medicare Ope
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10 Healthy Halloween Treats Children Want

Since last year’s post was focused on a safe Halloween, we thought we’d focus this year on Healthy Halloween, while reminding you to review last year’s safety tips!   Have you been touring Pinterest for Healthy Halloween ideas? If not, we hope that the below ima
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ObamaCare Open Enrollment Time – Again!

We just read a New York Times article that claims “Only 11 Percent of Uninsured Know About Obamacare’s Next Open Enrollment”. In case you missed it, here’s the gist: “This year, the big challenge for officials behind the Affordable Care Act may not be making th
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Cancer Deaths Still Lead Ebola in USA

Yes, ebola seems to be all over the news, but let’s put things back into perspective: heart disease and lung cancer still contribute to more US deaths than ebola, at least so far. One article that we received last week seeks to dispel five cancer care myths: First Myth: “S
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This Week’s Healthcare News Roundup

This is what happens when we get inundated with healthcare news and we can’t decide what to share…ok, here goes: 1. Were you hoping that the upcoming Open Enrollment period would be easier than last years? Well, according to the John & Rusty report we received, we have
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Health and Life Insurance In The News this Week…and a Job Lead!

Looks like it’s time for another compilation post since there are just too many important stories this week. 1. This Insurance Broadcasting headline really surprised many on our team: “Annual Survey of Americans’ Views on Health Care and the ACA Finds Nearly Half of
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Is this a Cold or the Flu?

With record braking heat in southern California, it’s hard to remember that we are rapidly approaching fall and the final quarter of the year. Of course, for those with children, the beginning of school and their requisite fall activities helps remind many parents. And then ther
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Insuring Against the Risk of Another September 11?

As we get closer to each 09/11 anniversary, we receive increasing number of clients calling about Terrorism Insurance. We always advise them that it is quite costly and typically purchased by companies who are sending employees to known High-Risk Countries, especially in the Middle Ea
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