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800.997.1617 More popular are the PPO, or preferred provider organization, policies, which are similar to HMOs but allow patients to see dentists outside the “preferred” network. However, patients are typically charged reduced rates if they see an in-network dentist. Some 70 percent of dental policies are through PPOs, according to Ireland.
Many provide as much as 100% coverage preventative services and then less on basic procedures usually 50% to 80%, and usually 50% to 0% on major care or things like crowns. Often there is some fine print with these plans and they do not cover certain procedures. They also have a maximum annual benefit and a deductible that you have to pay before they start coverage. There also can potentially be waiting periods on certain types of procedures but you don’t always have to get a referral to see a specialist.
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Claims Center Female physicians continue to face myriad challenges in medicine ranging from implicit bias to gaps in payment and promotion to sexual harassment. It is accordingly not surprising (although still appalling) that although equal numbers of males and females currently graduate from medical school, only a small fraction of female physicians become medical leaders. The numbers point to a clear need for better representation of female physicians among the ranks of medical leadership. How exactly to achieve this given the many barriers cited has been harder to identify. Yet bright spots have emerged, both in healthcare and in other industries asking themselves a similar question. Four moves may help: quantification, rethinking awards and promotions, engaging broadly, and creating opportunities for development and sponsorship.
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Retrieve a saved quote The reason goes back to a seemingly innocuous decision made during the Second World War, when a huge part of the workforce was sent off to fight. To keep labor costs from skyrocketing, the Roosevelt Administration imposed a wage freeze. Employers and unions wanted some flexibility, in order to attract desired employees, so the Administration permitted increases in health-insurance benefits, and made them tax-exempt. It didn’t seem a big thing. But, ever since, we’ve been trying to figure out how to cover the vast portion of the country that doesn’t have employer-provided health insurance: low-wage workers, children, retirees, the unemployed, small-business owners, the self-employed, the disabled. We’ve had to stitch together different rules and systems for each of these categories, and the result is an unholy, expensive mess that leaves millions unprotected.