Evaluating CCRC fees, this New York Times article sheds light on the costs.
Supposedly the state will save over $8M dollars – but it will also lose $8M in federal matching grants. Perhaps there is some logic to this math, but it eludes me. Perhaps you can help figure out how saving $8M while losing an almost equal sum is saving money. Read The Spokesman-Review’s report »
High costs of medical care are a concern to everyone. But most to those who have to pay privately because they do not have insurance coverage. Can you negotiate prices? Here is sage advice from a practicing physician.
With Alzheimer’s in the news almost weekly there is a confusing amount of information about the disease. Can it be cured? Can it be slowed? What studies turned out to be false starts? What current studies are underway? Here is an excellent report on the disease. Highlighting the most important issue – What you can…
In The New York Times article “Medicare Backs Away From End-of-Life Discussions” the Times reports that Doctors will not be paid to provide end of life counseling. A big mistake in my opinion, but here it is. No one wants to risk being linked to death panels.