Seven things you should always ask your local pharmacy 1. Are there any lower-cost alternatives to this prescription? Your pharmacist and doctor can always help you come up with the most affordable option for the medications you need.
Beau Wilt shares his story of survival and healing after a near-fatal accident IF YOU’RE LUCKY, you’ll only ever hear the term “severe trauma” on the news or on a hospital television show. However, for people who have suffered the effects of a serious accident, major collision or other near-lethal mishap, “lucky” means they have
IF YOU RUN a private practice, then you understand that a comprehensive financial policy can mean the difference between a medical office that runs like a well-oiled machine or one struggling to keep the wheels in motion. Whether you’ve been running a practice for years, or you’re considering starting a new practice, here’s a few
OVER THE LAST YEAR, we’ve held seminars and published several articles in Central Florida Doctor relating to the upcoming ICD-10 conversion. With the deadline approaching this October, this special Technology Edition of Central Florida Doctor focuses on some specific considerations for your practice that you should deliberate over (if you haven’t already). For some of
If you do not have health insurance, and you’re not sure how to get it, you need to make it a priority to look at your options on Healthcare.gov — the website that offers healthcare insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The open enrollment period is happening now, but it closes on February 15.
In early March, www.myfloridachoices.org became live. It is the website devoted to Florida Health Choices (the state’s health insurance marketplace, separate from the federal plans under the Affordable Care Act). The state’s health insurance marketplace offers a few options for discounted plans under dental, vision, telemedicine, and prescription coverage. It’s important to note that this