Eusoh is building its healthcare solution to go with its successful solution for pets. As we continue this monumental task, we will be sharing new content aimed for individuals, groups, and families affected by the current healthcare situation. For more information regarding our healthcare mission, click here.
The original article is from the the New York Post written by Lauren Steussy. Here is the link to the original article. https://nypost.com/2019/01/16/alarming-burnout-is-making-doctors-want-to-kill-themselves/
There are a lot of half-truths and outright wrong information out there when it comes to what plants are safe for your pets to be exposed to. When you’re trying to decide what plants to have in your home, or where it’s OK to take your pets safely, you can experience a lot of worry and uncertainty.
Some plants are dangerous for either cats or dogs, or for all animals. Some plants can make your pets a little sick, but they’ll recover. Other plants are highly toxic even in small amounts.
We often receive letters and stories from everyday people who experienced the not-so-efficient system that we call healthcare. We’d like to share some of these experiences to show what many people have to deal with every day.
The Trump administration stated on July 7, 2018 that it will be temporarily halting payments that help insurers meet the Affordable Care Act requirement to ensure coverage regardless of whether a person is healthy or sick. The estimated $10.4 billion being withheld cites a New Mexico US district court decision that found the formula used by the US government to calculate the payments as "arbitrary and capricious".
Single payer healthcare is the popular option right now according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll that reported 51 percent of Americans support it while 43 percent oppose it. The poll was conducted between January 22-February 24 of 2018 with the results published on April 12, 2018, in the Washington Post. Despite what the results of this recent poll declared, the United States is a long way from a tried and true single payer healthcare system.
A recent Bloomberg article highlights a unique and rather large issue with the current U.S. healthcare system. This issue is the literal and unending amount of administrative staffing and its subsequent paper trail. In essence, the costs of administration, billing, settling payments are three times as much as in other affluent, developed countries.
In one of many recent mergers of industry titans, Arkansas-based Walmart is reportedly in the early stages of purchasing Kentucky-based health insurer Humana. Following the high profile purchase of Aetna by CVS[note]http://fortune.com/2017/12/04/why-did-cvs-buy-aetna/[/note], Walmart is quickly following suit. In a matter of months, these changes in dance partners have changed the landscape of the healthcare industry.