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Managing pain after surgery

It is very important to follow up on the procedures after a surgery. After orthopaedic surgery, your doctors and nurses will make every

Trump administration cuts funding for health care sign-ups

The Trump administration is announcing sharp cuts in programs promoting health care enrollment under the Affordable Care Act for next year Health and

A Debt Collector Cannot Harass You

Q. A debt collector is harassing my mother for her brother’s credit card debt. The last call scared her because they threatened to

My pain is invisible and hurdles invincible!

by Dr. Surya Raguthu The quality of life is as good as your health and functionality of one’s physical and mental state. Some

Appeal Level 2 & 3: Medicare Advantage Plan

Appeals – Level 2: Independent Review Entity (IRE) If your plan decides against your reconsideration, they must send you a notice that gives

Staying Healthy After the Storm

Finally – relieved of  the storm, but whats next? Sickness after a Storm?

By Dr. Manjula Raguthu

Everyone is relieved that the storm

Appeals if you have a Medicare Advantage Health plan

Requesting an organization determination

You have the right to ask your plan to provide or pay for items or services you think should

Getting to know Diabetes. How to cope with it?

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat.

How To Appeal Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Decision

You have the right to ask your plan to provide or pay for a drug you think should be covered, provided, or continued.

Why is your lower back so prone to injury?

by Dr. Surya Raguthu The lower back is subject to injury while lifting a heavy object, twisting, or a