Tag Archives: Health Care Mangement

Multiple Crashes Leads Fishing Guide Back to School

A typical work day for a recent Minnesota School of Business graduate included stringing a few new fishing rods, a trip to the local bait shop, and an afternoon navigating clients on Mille Lacs Lake to the best fishing spots. For most Minnesotans, spending their work day as a fishing guide would be like hitting the
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“WISE OLD MAN”

The ‘Wise Old Man” is enjoyable to visit, based not on his intellect but his ‘wisdom’ of living life, observing, and sharing his thoughts of history and what we can learn from the lessons of history. A few of his recent comments: A French writer, Tocqueville, once wrote (not an exact quote) ‘The success of
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Affordable Care Act Addressed the ‘Doughnut Hole’

The Medicare Part D coverage gap — informally known as the Medicare donut hole — is the difference of the initial coverage limit and the catastrophic coverage threshold, as described in the Medicare Part D prescription drug program administered by the United States federal government. After a Medicare beneficiary surpasses the prescription drug coverage limit,
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Looking at America’s Participation in Health Care

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation published a summary of a health care usage report conducted by The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. The summary is below. The Inevitability of Health Care New Report Examines Americans’ Participation in the Health Care Market A new report funded by the Robert Wood Johnson
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