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What in the World is Wrong with Medi-Cal? The Gospel According to Phil Lebherz

June 28, 2011

If we want to reform health care, Phil Lebherz asks, why don’t we enroll people already eligible for Medicaid?

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Superando las Condiciones Medicas Pre-Existentes

June 17, 2011

Cobertura de Grupo para Pequeños Negocios, Grupos de Alto Riesgo y Medicaid son opciones sub-utilizadas que podrían ayudar a cubrir a personas sin seguro medico dice FHCE organización sin fines de lucro

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How to Get Health Insurance If You’re Pre-Medicare

June 17, 2011

So you plan to take an early retirement. Maybe it’s what you’ve always dreamed of. Or maybe it was thrust upon you after a layoff. Whatever the reason, you may face a big problem: health insurance. How will you be covered until you’re eligible for benefits through the federal Medicare health-insurance program?

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There’s Lots of Slack in Health Care

June 14, 2011

An aging population and medical technology are big cost drivers of health care, but Congress must also take on the operation of archaic enrollment; the country could save billions by modernizing the systems.

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Is There Help for Part-Time Employees with No Insurance?

June 9, 2011

Q: I am working for a company and my status is part-time with no benefits. However, I work on average every week over 40 hours. My company will NOT make me full-time with benefits nor will it make me part-time with benefits. What plan does the government have in place for this type of situation?

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FHCE’s 2010 Media Impressions

June 2, 2011

During 2010, FHCE had…

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2010 Media Impressions

FHCE’s 2009 Media Impressions

June 2, 2011

During 2009, FHCE had 912,363,438…

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2009 Media Impressions

Reader’s Question: Lost Job, Disability, Too Young for Medicare

June 2, 2011

Q: What do you do when you are a 60-year old disabled widow with MS who will not qualify for Medicare for another 18 months? I just lost the researcher job I was able to do at home that paid for my insurance… all my wages went to that. There is no COBRA. Thank you.

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