Health Care A $30 Billion Industry in San Antonio

November 21st, 2014


The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

“More than one in six San Antonio workers are employed by the industry.”

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Corpus Christi ISD Seeks Insurance Consultant

November 20th, 2014

bluelight130x130Corpus Christi Independent School District is seeking a qualified insurance consultant through a public Request for Proposal process :

Wortham Insurance & Risk Management San Antonio, TX  was awarded  the CCISD insurance consulting contract several years ago at $85,000 per year.

Men’s Health Month – Award Winning Video

November 20th, 2014
Giving Testicular Exams in Public for Charity –
A preventive benefit covered under ObamaCare? No deductible, no co-pay, no out-of-pocket…….

November 19th, 2014

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The Phia Group – Reference Based Pricing Webinar

November 19th, 2014

“Assessing the steps we need to take to continue down the path of Reference Based Pricing………..”

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A Brief History of Managed Care

November 19th, 2014

okfarmer  The origins of managed care can be traced back to at least 1929, when Michael Shadid, a physician in Elk City, Oklahoma, established a health cooperative for farmers in a small community without medical specialists or a nearby general hospital.

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Clear Health Costs / Knight Foundation Project A Success

November 19th, 2014

clearhealthcost Exciting news: Our Knight Foundation prototype project has been a smashing success.We’re thrilled to report our successful project with KQED Public Radio in San Francisco and KPCC in Los Angeles……….

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More Skirmishes From The Provider Network War

November 19th, 2014


State regulators are working on model law revisions that could have a big effect on which doctors, hospitals and other providers are in your health insurance customers’ provider networks.

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November 18th, 2014

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What Could Be The Republican Alternative To ObamaCare?

November 16th, 2014


By Bill Rusteberg

With the mid-term elections of 2014 there will be new impetus towards improving ObamaCare by the new Republican majority in Congress.

ObamaCare is simply not working well.

What are the alternatives? These may be  the Republican’s answer to fixing ObamaCare:

1. Maintain some  provisions such as prohibition of pre-existing condition clauses, guaranteed renewability, portability.

2. Removal of coercive aspects of ObamaCare, i.e. the employer and individual mandate

3. Creation of a national re-insurance pool (Medicare?)  for catastrophic claims to protect carriers and self-funded groups

4. Allow insurers to structure benefits at will thus removing the “one shoe fits all” approach under ObamaCare

5. Provide tax credits to the “poor.”

FOR THE DEMOCRATS :   Items 1, 3 and 5 should appeal to Democrats. Number One maintains certain ObamaCare mandates, Number two allows for an expansion of Medicare and Number 3 continues the expansion of the American welfare state.

FOR THE REPUBLICANS :   Items 2 and 4 appeals to the Republican’s innate repulsion of big government. Items 1, 3 and 5 appeal to their desire to be re-elected.