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    Navigating Healthcare

    Dual Special Needs/Dual Eligible

    Three Ways the Health Care System is Failing You

    NOTE:  This blog post was taken from Need to Know: How to Arm Yourself and Survive on the Healthcare Battlefield (2018) by Darwin Hale,...

    Do Not Lose the Battle Before It Starts

    NOTE:  This blog post was taken from Need to Know: How to Arm Yourself and Survive on the Healthcare Battlefield (2018) by Darwin Hale,...

    Choose to Fight for Your Own Health

    NOTE:  This blog post was taken from Need to Know: How to Arm Yourself and Survive on the Healthcare Battlefield (2018) by Darwin Hale,...

    Simplicity: The Key to Repairing the Health Care System

    NOTE:  This blog post was taken from Need to Know: How to Arm Yourself and Survive on the Healthcare Battlefield (2018) by Darwin Hale,...

    Medicare vs. Medicaid

    Medicare and Medicaid are two separate public health care programs that are offered in the United States. Medicare is reserved for people who are above age 65, as well as people below that age who have been diagnosed with a qualifying disability. Medicaid, on the other hand, is designed for individuals with low income and few assets. Some people even qualify for both programs at the same time.

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    Dr. Ruben Cintron Joins Advocate Health Advisors as Director of Finance, Accounting & Analytics

    Ruben Cintron, of Chicago, IL, has joined Advocate Health Advisors as Director of Finance, Accounting & Analytics. In this role, Dr. Cintron will work with CEO...

    Tango Alpha Lima Podcast: Coordinating VA Benefits and Medicare Coverage

    The week of February 21st, 2022, Cullen Wright and Christina Lonigro sat down with the Tango Alpha Lima Podcast to discuss the specific issues...

    Avoiding Loneliness and Isolation as an Older American

    According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), “nearly one-fourth of adults aged 65 and older are considered to be socially...