Comatose transplant patient kept alive allegedly to benefit hospital’s survival rate.

The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is investigating a New Jersey hospital after an investigative article from ProPublica, an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest, published an article on October 9, 2019 in which several of the hospital's Transplant team discussed keeping a comatose transplant patient alive "because … Continue reading Comatose transplant patient kept alive allegedly to benefit hospital’s survival rate.

House Calls Provide Better Care and Save Money. Why Don’t More Use Them?

At least 2 million older adults would benefit from home-based primary care, according to Health Affairs. Because these patients have difficulty getting to an office visit, they frequently end up in emergency rooms or hospitals. Per-patient savings range from $1,000 to $4,000 annually through reduced hospital and nursing home stays, emergency room trips and specialist … Continue reading House Calls Provide Better Care and Save Money. Why Don’t More Use Them?

Life Insurance Options for the Terminally Ill

The emotional stress of dealing with one’s impending death due to a terminal illness like cancer, AIDS, etc., is further compounded by the customary increase in medical bills and a likely reduction in earning capacity. A person owning life insurance policies may have several options for reducing some of his or her financial concerns. Methods … Continue reading Life Insurance Options for the Terminally Ill