Inspector General findings: Medicare Advantage Plans Improperly Deny Claims to Increase Profits

From a NYTIMES article By Robert Pear   WASHINGTON — Medicare Advantage plans, the popular private-insurance alternative to the traditional Medicare program, have been improperly denying many medical claims to patients and physicians alike, federal investigators say in a new report. The private plans, which now cover more than 20 million people — more than one-third of all … More Inspector General findings: Medicare Advantage Plans Improperly Deny Claims to Increase Profits

Caring for Mom and Dad

The Hawaiian culture is unique. It is heavily influenced by the Asian culture. There are multi-generational homes which may provide caregivers for aging parents. When children live distantly or are at work or school, caregiving becomes more difficult. As a working mom, juggling a family and work is challenging. I’m part of the sandwich generation. … More Caring for Mom and Dad