Monthly Archives: May 2021

The population of adults 65 and up staying in the workforce continues to grow. These employees are then required to decide between continuing with their employer-sponsored insurance or sign up for Medicare. We will consider the possibilities and determine if one of the options is “better”. More Than 20 Employees […]

65 and Still Working: Medicare or Group Plan?

College students' return to campus this fall may be accompanied by mandatory vaccines, according to hundreds of institutions.
With more than 1.5 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses administered worldwide and the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) promoting loosened mask restrictions for those who have been fully vaccinated, America is rapidly attempting to return to some sense of normalcy. Recent changes have left many hopeful that […]

College Students’ Return to Campus May Include Mandatory Vaccines

precision medicine
Having anything personalized to yourself makes for a better experience. This is especially true for health care. Precision medicine takes that exact approach. Precision Medicine Precision medicine is a recent approach to treatment and prevention that takes into account each individual’s differences in genes, environment, and lifestyle. All this information […]

Precision Medicine: What is it?

Health insurance can be categorized into two very broad categories: managed care vs. indemnity health plans. Indemnity An indemnity plan, also known as a “fee-for-service” plan, gives you the freedom to choose any providers or hospitals you want to go to. Then the insurance company would be responsible for covering […]

Managed Care vs. Indemnity Health Plans

Depression is a common condition for people of all ages and can become a hindrance to everyday life when left untreated. Finding help is essential if you are experiencing symptoms. Medicare Part B provides a once-a-year depression screening free of cost. They may also provide partial coverage for many of […]

Medicare Screening for Depression

There are endless benefits that come from remaining active. This is especially true for the elderly. If you are reaching the later years in your life, you should add exercise into your daily routine. Four Types of Exercise There are four main types of exercises that the elderly can implement, […]

The Importance of Seniors Exercising

Gardening provides many health benefits for our bodies. Exercise, stress relief, and increasing your Vitamin D levels are just a few. There are many different ways to get active in a garden. If you don’t have your own you may be able to help in a friend’s garden or help […]

Health Benefits of Gardening

Having good intentions is rarely enough to overcome the value-action gap.  Photo by Alex Green on Pexels.
Mind the Value-Action Gap With the middle of the year approaching, it’s time we all take stock and evaluate our progress on the resolutions we made at the start of 2021.  If you’re like me, progress has been… slow coming.  Despite having strong convictions and clear, reasonable goals, even my […]

The Value-Action Gap: Why You’re Coming Short of Your Goals ...