Some patience is required. But if the wait is routine and interminably long, here are steps you can take.
A study suggests that a third don't believe they should intervene if another physician is impaired or incompetent.
New policies will eliminate co-pays or deductibles for some services.
It's not the first time someone has lost coverage because they underpaid by a penny. And it likely won't be the last.
People who lose their jobs today don't get a 65% government subsidy for their COBRA health insurance payments.
Today's graduates may not find a job, but they should find it easier to be insured.
The $250 checks are the first step in closing the dreaded 'doughnut hole' in Medicare prescription drug coverage.
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