Monthly Archive: November 2015

Transgender Awareness Week

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The week leading up to November 20 is observed as Transgender Awareness Week. While new healthcare laws may have expanded access for more Americans, there are still populations that continue to have little to no access to appropriate health care. In the United States, over 27% of transgender/gender non-conforming people have been denied health care. …

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ACA Insures Over 10 Million People

Having health insurance is vital to one’s health and financial well-being in the United States.  Out-of-pocket medical expenses are the leading cause of personal bankruptcy.  Even with new laws such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—aka “Obamacare”—11.7% of Americans remain uninsured.   Analysts have only recently been able to examine the data of uninsured rates …

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National Diabetes Awareness Month

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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.  In previous blog posts, we have offered tips for prevention and saving costs.  We have also held special topic webinars on empowering patients to self-manage their diabetes.   In the United States, nearly 30 million people are diagnosed with diabetes, with another 86 million Americans at risk for type …

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