2021 is right around the corner and so is the new policy start dates for insurance. For those who get insurance through their employer, there isn’t much to be concerned about. However, for those who are still seeking the best healthcare company to meet their specific needs, Inner Circle Billing has dug deep and found…

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Even though holidays are a touch different for 2020 than years past, it doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot of stress, depression or other mental health issues which are triggered by the festivities. And now with the pandemic, there is the added stressors of worrying or feeling anxious about family members health and care. Inner…

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Healthcare companies have opened their doors for open enrollment for 2021, giving many the opportunity to keep their current healthcare coverage or change it. With a wide variety to choose from, the task can seem daunting with all the verbiage and lingo that is involved. Inner Circle Billing is here to help aid this tumultuous…

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Great American Smokeout is the opposite of what some might deem to be a get together for friends, football, and brisket on the BBQ. The Great American Smokeout, starting in 1977 in San Francisco, is recognized on the third Thursday in November for people to stop their tobacco smoking habits. Commercials for smoking tobacco were…

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Anthem and Oscar plans have decided to expand their covered area’s starting 2021. However, doing so will also increase the cost of plans. Anthem is doing a 6% increase and Oscar is increasing slightly more with 7.6%. Some other plans like Blue Shield are experiencing a 2.4% decrease; along with LA Care also decreasing by…

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2021: What’s to come regarding employer offered health insurance costs and premiums? As employers scramble finalize the details regarding benefits for their employees, the cost of health care coverage is projected to raise approximately $15,500.00 per subscriber. In short, premiums are increasing to cover the costs of COVID-19 and the impact it has had for…

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As we wrap up National Recovery Month (September 2020), college students are heading back to the learning grind whether virtually or in person. This brings on a lot of stresses, especially this year with Covid, but more so in the heightened economic tension. And with the tension of course work, a job, money, studying and…

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August 31st was Overdose Awareness Day. First founded in Australia in 2001, it is now a global campaign to help spread awareness to overdoses. Any drug taken in excess will cause an overdose; whether it’s acetaminophen, alcohol, prescription drugs or opioids. Overdose Awareness Day will lead into September which is National Recovery Month. This year’s…

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With everyone continuing to social distance and COVID still on everyone’s mind, an interesting study into the effectiveness of telehealth has recently been released regarding Mental Health, Substance Abuse and in general: addiction treatment. Three key factors in this study are – 1.) the demand for specialists in behavioral health far outweigh the availability. 2.)…

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This year has been a whirlwind of changes. No Senior prom. No Graduation. Sports cancelled. College up in the air. Everything a teen looks forward to as a rite of passage into adulthood has been stripped away from them this year due to Covid-19. To cope with these aggressive changes, teens are in crisis on…

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