Jadon Sennet


According to an announcement on Wednesday, the U.S. has reached a deal worth $1.95 billion with Pfizer and BioNTech, a German biotech company, for an initial order of over 100 million doses of their coronavirus vaccine. The U.S. government also can acquire up to an additional 500 million doses. The […]

Coronavirus Vaccine: Company Enters Ground Breaking Deal With U.S.


Millions of Americans are currently staying indoors as stay-at-home orders across the nation continue. With most Americans receiving health coverage through their job or a family member’s job, how has COVID-19 affected those who risk losing their Employer-Sponsored Insurance (ESI) plans? From a previously released estimate from the U.S. Census […]

How COVID Has Affected Employer-Sponsored Plans


How does your state rank in the percentage of those uninsured? A new report by Families USA has given us an updated list of the highest uninsured rate by state population for 2020. These numbers have dramatically increased since the beginning of COVID-19. With close to 5.4 million Americans losing […]

Uninsured Rate By State Rankings



Let’s face it, health insurance has become a need in our ever-growing health care system. On average, surgery can cost you thousands of dollars and without coverage, the out of pocket cost can kill your bank account. Still not convinced of having health insurance? (I’m talking to you millennials) Here […]

Most Expensive Health Procedures Without Insurance


Emerging evidence is showing that COVID-19 might be able to cause airborne transmission according to the World Health Organization. A group of scientists sent a letter to the organization urging WHO to acknowledge its guidance on how to help limit the spread of the virus. Many have looked towards Benedetta […]

Airborne Transmission: Is COVID-19 Airborne?


Healthcare Cost will see an increase in 2021 but by how much? The answer to this question can vary, especially due to recent COVID-19 events. A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), offers three scenarios to determine the medical cost trend for 2021 for employer-based insurance plans, with increases ranging from […]

Healthcare Cost will see an Increase in 2021: Here’s Why



With the upcoming changes in insulin prices for those with diabetes, it’s necessary to take into account how important the change in prices is for the cost of being a diabetic. People with type 1 diabetes spend an extra 2,500 a year out-of-pocket for maintaining their health, but according to […]

Cost of Being a Diabetic: Where does The Out-Of-Pocket Cost ...


As the current US population continues to increase, through modern medicine our life expectancy has increased. Most notably these numbers seem to be increasingly true based on where you live, according to an analysis from Samuel Preston of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the nation’s leading demographers. Are we […]

Life Expectancy Might Increase or Decrease Based on Geographic Area


The IRS announced last month that it is allowing employees to change their healthcare benefits mid-year, compared to waiting until the open enrollment season. These new guidelines allow employees to change health plans while signing up for a plan that they might have previously waived. The guidelines also allow alterations […]

Americans Able To Change Health Benefits According to New IRS ...



Insulin copays capped due to new Medicare Prescription plans. The savings for Medicare recipients could potentially be hundreds of dollars after the recent announcement at the White House on Tuesday. $35 A Month Insulin copays could be capped at a maximum of $35 a month starting next year. The total […]

Insulin Copays Capped Due to New Benefit