There are two basic types of plans. Traditional plans, which often have low copayments for regular visits, and High Deductible health plans. Traditional plans are what many people used before healthcare reform. They had copayments (a small amount due at the time of service) for regular Dr. visits and medications. They have a deductible and […]
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If you missed the Open Enrollment period and have had a “life” event, read on. Did you know that certain life changes may qualify you to enroll in health insurance coverage outside of the standard enrollment period? Did you or anyone in your household lose qualifying health coverage in the last 60 days? If so, […]
Do you always go to the same pediatrician? Is your nearest hospital your favorite? Make a list of all the providers you have seen over the last year, and add in any others that you plan to see in the next year. Either you, or your agent, will want to run this list through any […]
Below is the table that the federal government uses to determine health insurance assistance. If your income falls between 135% and 400% of the federal poverty level for your family size you may qualify for assistance with your premiums.
The University of Utah President Ruth Watkins, announced on November 4, 2019 the Hunstman family has pledged $150 million to establish a mental health institute at the University of Utah. “Suicide is increasing as a cause of death,” said Michael Good, University of Utah senior vice president for health services, CEO of University […]
The practice of yoga has been around for centuries. Originating in India, yoga was introduced to America in the late 1800’s. Since then, yoga has grown in popularity, and people who practice yoga are now in the millions, in fact, yoga can now be found in schools, hospitals, senior centers, prisons and office spaces. […]
Have you visited a local Farmers Market yet? The open-aired markets are the perfect place to buy locally grown produce and products made by local artisans. And now, you can find one in just about any area of the valley and Park City. Here are few to check out: Wheeler Historic Farm- […]
Caring for a special needs child or an elderly adult can be met with fear and uncertainty. After all, when a diagnosis is made or the aging process leaves a parent in need of continual help, an uncharted territory lies ahead for the caregiver. No person needs to take on the role alone. Resources […]
Summer time means fun in the sun, playing outdoors and outdoor recreation. There are few simple ways to keep our bodies healthy while enjoying the good weather. Here are few tip to stay safe and healthy summer. Stay Hydrated- drink water. Water is important to good health. Drinking at least 8 glasses of water […]
Millennials find themselves in the stage of life that may require them to purchase their own insurance. After having aged out of their parent’s insurance coverage and buying or renting a place to live, coverage needs may not be as black and white as one might think. Knowing these five tips will help […]