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People are so reluctant to discuss inheritance planning that they will often wait until a death in the family occurs before broaching the topic.
The stock market is continuing to climb, but there are concerns about an impending market downturn. People may want to start looking elsewhere for smart investments.
Trying to trade based on the whims of Vladimir Putin, a Ukrainian separatist armed with a rocket launcher, or Hamas terrorists is a fool's game.
Just because David A. Fleishman, MD, retired did not mean his specialty lost his interest. This former ophthalmic surgeon has become an internationally known expert on the history of vision aids.
Generation X physicians are generally less prepared for retirement than baby boomers because of investment losses, higher debt, and the switch from employer-paid pensions to 401(k) plans. They can catch up, though.
The date for ICD-10 has been officially set (again). The US Department of Health and Human Services finalized Oct. 1, 2015, as the new compliance deadline.
Over the next 2 years, the number of patients receiving care from an accountable care organization is expected to increase by more than 200%, according to a new report.
What are Americans' healthcare dollars really buying? A new study examined the quality of each state's healthcare relative to the cost.
A new car’s resale value automatically drops as soon as it is driven off the lot, but some retain their value a lot better than others.