The 1994 Target Cities Project stated that patients who had been to a drug treatment program, attended a 12-step program and had counseling sessions had an 87% chance of abstinence six months post treatment.
The first (patient-initiated) federal mental health parity case in the country, the United States District Court for the District of Vermont, has found in favor of the plaintiff/patient.
Medical study shows that women who wear a bra 24 hours a day have a 113-fold increase in breast cancer than women who wear a bar 12 hours a day.
Hospital emergency departments eager to woo patients are implementing online reservation systems. The wait times have dropped from 58 minutes to 47 minutes at the 100 hospitals that have implemented this system.
CareFirst Blue Cross is giving “Medical Loss Ratio” rebates to members who purchased their catastrophic insurance plans. HealthCare Advocates can assist you in obtaining your rebate.
“Inhaling alcohol” is becoming more popular, but it is illegal in most states due to the health risks.
Couples counselors state that having sex after a fight signifies to the man that the issue is now resolved. Without sex, the man is unsure if the issue is truly resolved.
To maximize profits insurance companies are pushing back processing of claims until the next benefit year. This way, if you have an expensive procedure, you will pay the high deductible twice thereby, the insurance company profits. You pay your high deductible twice – as it is billed in the new benefit year. HealthCare Advocates knows how to fight this and save you money.
The medical diagnosis known as “Asperger’s disorder” is being dropped. The diagnosis of abnormally bad and frequent temper tantrums is now being given a scientific-sounding diagnosis – “DMDD.”
Review your health plan coverage or you too may owe $140K. See: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-healthmarkets-insurance-20121124,0,4892336.story