Tag Archives: Seriously

Viewpoints: Discussing Health Priorities With Seriously Ill Patients Is Vitally Important Now; Rationing Care Forces Hard Decisions

Editorial pages focus on these health care topics and others. Boston Globe: In The Midst Of The Coronavirus Pandemic, We Must Have Those Serious Illness Conversations  The COVID-19 crisis is forcing a lot of uncomfortable conversations, often ones that should have happened long ago but that we’ve put off for one reason or another. Among… Read More »

Seriously ill Medicare beneficiaries can face considerable financial hardship

Despite high beneficiary satisfaction with Medicare overall, a new national survey led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard Business School, and colleagues finds that its coverage gaps may cause considerable financial distress for the most seriously ill patients. About half reported a significant problem paying medical bills, with prescription drugs… Read More »

Seriously, Math Is Fun Mother!

Do you have a little one that utters phrases like: “Wow, math is fun Mom”? If you do, you are without a doubt a very fortunate parent but your little one is even more fortunate. Math is fun, in South Africa, isn’t a cry that you’ll come across a lot of times. Our schooling system… Read More »