If you have had trouble with pricing from your doctors or hospitals, the place to go is HealthcareBlueBook.com. If you have the fortune of knowing about a procedure before you have it done, you can use this website to prepare for the actual costs. Search for the procedure, then enter your zip code to customize your local pricing, then print out the pricing agreement to take to your doctor and hospital to guarantee your pricing. For many, insured and uninsured, medical costs are constant concern. With as many as 16% of Americans unable to afford their medical bills, according to Consumer Reports, making sure you are paying a reasonable rate is an important way to manage the costs of your medical expenses. With tools such as the Healthcare Blue Book, researching and haggling your medical pricing is now a legitimate practice that helps you make sure you are paying a fair price for your healthcare. [Read more…]
Living in a home that is in the path of Irene? Have a vacation home that you might be worried about? Well keep dibs on Irene with a new iPhone app called Hurricane by Kitty Code. Hurricane offers exclusive video coverage as well as blogging and expert advise from HurricaneTrack.com. The app features live Push notifications to keep you posted on important information about the latest hurricane being tracked as well as offering historical hurricane info from your area, 5 days forecasts and interactive storm maps. Download it at the iTunes Store to stay on top of the latest pertinent information. For help with obtaining Hurricane Insurance info for your property, or to compare and purchase insurance online contact Health Insurance Specialists, Inc.
There are many free resources out there that can help you check to make sure your new Rx won’t interact with any of your current prescriptions and that’s not all! You can identify mixed up pills by how they look using a free iPhone app. Check out Medscape by WebMD.com, the same place that helps you identify problems based on your symptoms also offers an app to keep you safe from dangerous things like taking the wrong drug or mixing two medicines that could have bad consequences. [Read more…]
The best part of a podcast is that it’s easy. You can subscribe to them, so new episodes are automatically downloaded to your computer. Then, you can sync it with your iPod or iPhone and go! Listen in the car, with your ear phones while you work out, or at work… You don’t have to sit in front of a TV. And there are so many podcasts out there that will help you with all you ever wanted, or needed, to know (or possibly didn’t need to know!). They are entertaining, informing and convenient. One of our favorites is Wait, Wait… Don’t Tell Me by NPR. If you hate listening to the news, or trying to catch the news and miss what you were watching it for all that time… this is the perfect solution! [Read more…]
We recently found this great article on the99percent.com about the ever changing rules to a resume. Interestingly enough, it’s changing again but possibly for the better! We encourage you to check out this article and let us know what you think about it! Will your next resume still list your objective, schooling, skills and work experience in that expected, list-like form? Or will you take it to the next level by telling the story of you and bring a refreshing leave-behind at your next interview? [Read more…]
Download the free Loose It app for your iPhone which will help you keep track of your weight and calories on a daily basis. It’s a 4 star app in the iTunes store which means it must be good! (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lose-it/id297368629?mt=8#)