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Co-payments and COVID-19

Most health insurance carriers have reduced or suspended “cost sharing” with their subscribers for an extended period. This could well save you money. “Cost share” means co-payments (“co-pays”), which are fixed amounts that subscribers pay per appointment. It also includes “co-insurance” payments, which is a percentage of the fee paid

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Affordable Mental Health Care: The ACA In My Office

I start with an overview about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and then shift to seeing it at the level of an solo private mental health practitioner in Seattle. Change Happened Over the last six years, the Affordable Care Act has restructured the regulation of health insurance at the Federal level.  It has also expanded the range

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National Coalition For Sexual Freedom: Brief Note On Diversity

  I would like to acknowledge the work of this organization (NCSF), of which I’m a member. Its Kink Aware Professionals (KAP) directory is an important asset for who seek professional services that respect and support erotic and sexual diversities. Here is my listing, and from there you can link to the rest of

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