5 Important things to know about your health insurance in an emergency

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5 Important things to know about your health insurance in an emergency

This article’s purpose is to help you understand the five most important things about your health insurance in an emergency. This piece covers various health insurance concerns such as common healthcare terms, where to go for help, and keeping a medical history.

  1. Know how your plan works

Before you find yourself in an emergency it is important to prepare by researching a little more about your specific health insurance plan. Many ...

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Drug Formulary Explained

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            This article’s purpose is to define the term ‘Drug Formulary,’ discuss exactly who chooses the drugs on the formulary, what each tier means, as well as cover existing digital tools available to help patients determine which medications are covered by their health insurance plans. In addition to this article, more digital tools have been created to further explain the term ‘Drug Formulary’ and will be added to this website once available.

What is a drug formulary?

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SHAP Update and Prior Authorization Explained

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This article serves as the second installment in a series of writings focused on the development and implementation of the Student Health Ambassador Program, or SHAP. SHAP was designed to combat a lack of health literacy among college students, and ultimately seeks to act as an extension of existing healthcare education in various universities and college campuses. Interested parties can find the first installment of the SHAP article series here: http://bit.ly/invproj

SHAP update

As stated in the previous article in the ...

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RPM Innovations Places Third in Decision Aid Upgrade Challenge

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The Princeton-based digital health startup company, RPM Innovations LLC, was announced as the third place winner in the California Healthcare Foundation Decision Aid Upgrade Challenge.

The main goal of the competition was to create clear decision aids for people specifically with Stage-4 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, so as to help patients feel more in control of their illness and treatment options. The challenge also called for the development of a decision aid that would help support the conversation between patients and ...

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Stroke: Why There is a Need for Decision Aids

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STROKE:

A DEADLY CARDIOVASCULAR/NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE WITH FEW AVAILABLE RESOURCES

Stroke is a fatal terminal disease that reoccurs once symptoms appear. Stroke is the second highest cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (2012). Experiencing a stroke is a physiological and neurological event that changes a person’s life forever. This article’s purpose is to review what a stroke is, who is affected, and how a stroke occurs. There are going to be valuable available resources cited in ...

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