Monthly Archives: August 2016

Glossary of Terms for the Senior/Medicare Market (Ongoing Construction)

This glossary is for Medicare agents (or Medicare beneficiaries) who want to understand the jargon being tossed around by people in the Medicare system: government bodies, government employees, insurance companies, online-call-and-enrollment centers, advocacy groups, insurance agents, and advisers. The glossary

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Top 10 Social Media Marketing Mistakes That You Shouldn’t Make

July 21, 2016 | by Divya Rawat [small revisions done on the original article] Social media marketing is something that everyone is adopting. Be it an established business or a small local business. Everyone wants to jump onto the bandwagon of making

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Aetna-Humana Trial Date May Jeopardize Merger

Aetna-Humana Trial Date May Jeopardize Merger U.S. District Judge John Bates is set to hear arguments on the Aetna-Humana merger on December 5. The deal must close by December 31 or Aetna will have to pay Humana a $1 billion

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ObamaCare problems deepen as insurers scramble to stem losses

By Barnini Chakraborty Published August 10, 2016 Aetna is facing $300M in losses from ObamaCare exchanges. Six years after ObamaCare was signed into law – and countless assurances later that the law is “working” – America’s major insurance companies are

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Body Language You Can Use

Hand Shake Do You Know The Common Hand Shake Mistakes? If you think this is the same old hand shake info, check out the newest hand greeting on the block. Oh yes, it is H1N1 safe too. It came into

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The Big ObamaCare Bubble

  Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft. “No one can see a bubble. That’s what makes it a bubble.”

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Categories of Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries (A Reminder)

Here are the categories of dual eligible beneficiaries and out-of-pocket costs that are paid by Medicaid: QMB (only) (Qualified Medicare Beneficiary) – Medicare Part A and Part B premiums; cost sharing for Part A & Part B benefits. QMB Plus –

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5 Big Changes Coming to Social Media in 2016

January 20, 2016 | by Ryan Holmes It’s been a memorable year in social media. 2015 saw the birth of live social streaming, with apps like Periscope and Meerkat winning over early adopters. Snapchat fully shed its reputation as a niche network

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$1 Billion Medicare Fraud Scheme in Miami Busted by Feds

by Precise Leads August 2, 2016 Last week, prosecutors revealed that federal authorities have broken up the largest Medicare scam in U.S. history, in which the three defendants stole more than $1 billion over 14 years. Three Florida residents have been

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Medicare Mergers 2016

UnitedHealthcare Keeps Top Spot Amid Pending Mergers Posted: 02 Aug 2016 12:50 PM PDT UnitedHealthcare continues to enjoy the top spot in health insurance as Anthem and Aetna prepare to fight federal lawsuits against their proposed mergers with Cigna and

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