Churches Wipe Out Millions In Medical Debt For Others

This article by Roxie Hammill, June 3, 2019 is reprinted with permission from Kaiser Health News. The leaders of Pathway Church on the outskirts of Wichita, Kan., had no clue that the $22,000 they already had on hand for Easter would have such impact. The nondenominational suburban congregation of about 3,800 had set out only …

How will you pay for your long-term care?

Many older adults and caregivers worry about the cost of medical care. These expenses can use up a significant part of monthly income, even for families who thought they had saved enough. So, how do you pay for long-term care?

Very interesting numbers and percentages on the subject of long-term care…

Christine Benz’ recent article in Morningstar highlights some very interesting statistics on the cost of long-term care.  For more than half of Americans turning sixty-five, Medicaid will pay a large part of the cost of their long-term care. See Eric Pullen to update or develop your estate plan. Don’t let the cost of long-term care …

How Soon Is Soon Enough To Learn You Have Alzheimer’s?

Jose Belardo of Lansing, Kan., spent most of his career in the U.S. Public Health Service. He worked on the front lines of disasters in such places as Haiti, Colombia, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. At home with his three kids and wife, Elaine, he’d always been unfailingly reliable, so when he forgot their wedding …

No Gaps In Understanding: Here’s Your Primer On Medigap Coverage

This article from Kaiser Health Network will help you understand your options when choosing between regular Medicare plus a “Medi-Gap” Medicare supplement insurance plan or going with a Medicare Advantage Plan. If you are retired and have health coverage from a previous employer, you should request guidance from that employer’s HR/Benefits office to see if …

What is considered high blood pressure for older adults?

Recent updates to guidelines from the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology changed the definition of high blood pressure or hypertension for most people. High blood pressure is now generally defined as 130 or higher for the first number, or 80 or higher for the second number (previously it was 140/90). However, …

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