The Bucks County Courier Times explores tips from The Healthcare Survival Guide

November 25, 2009

The Bucks County Courier Times expounds on some of the cost-cutting tips found in The Healthcare Survival Guide November 5. Checking out a university dental clinic, participating in a clinical trial, and asking your doctor for a discount are just a few of the book’s strategies cited by the paper.

To read the article, click here: http://www.phillyburbs.com/opinions/blogs/courier_blogs/courier_blogs_details/article/416/2009/november/05/little-known-cost-cutting-strategies.html


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November 25, 2009

The Healthcare Survival Guide wants to hear from you!

Modern healthcare is a constantly changing industry. Similarly, The Healthcare Survival Guide will morph and improve as new information becomes available. We’ll be posting updates to The Healthcare Survival Guide website to bring readers the most current healthcare resources and tips — but we cannot do this alone.

We welcome all feedback regarding the book and your healthcare experiences. Give us a call or drop us a line if you have any questions. Tell us if the book is helpful to you and let us know your suggestions for updating our website.

Some of the most useful info comes from people on the front lines. Email us at info@healthcaresurvivalguide.com.


Bloomberg TV interviews Healthcare Survival Guide coauthor Martin Rosen

November 25, 2009

Bloomberg television anchor Mark Crumpton interviews Healthcare Survival Guide coauthor Martin Rosen November 23. Rosen expounded on the book’s helpful tips, including information on COBRA coverage and how to ask your doctor for a discount.

To watch the full video, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyACVe2euW8


The Chicago Daily Herald calls attention to the benefits of The Healthcare Survival Guide

November 23, 2009

The Chicago Daily Herald’s Robert McCoppin calls attention to the benefits of The Healthcare Survival Guide November 23. In the “Your Health” column, McCoppin touts the book as a sound resource for the unemployed or underinsured. “For those who’ve lost a job or health insurance, The Healthcare Survival Guide offers advice on how to find low-cost health insurance and medical services.”

To read the full column, click here: http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=338909&src=120


The Birmingham News reviews The Healthcare Survival Guide

November 20, 2009

The Birmingham News reviews The Healthcare Survival Guide November 19. Book reviewer Laura Axelrod commends the book for its concise breakdown of today’s confusing healthcare climate. “[It] uses simple language, charts and illustrations to explain this complex topic,” she writes. “Along with providing details on government programs and resources, they give tips on how to save money.”

To read the full review, click here:  http://blog.al.com/living-news/2009/11/book_review_the_healthcare_sur.html


The Democrat and Chronicle informs readers about The Healthcare Survival Guide

November 18, 2009

The Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York’s daily newspaper, encourages its audience to download The Healthcare Survival Guide November 18. In its “Quick takes on health” section, the paper says the book “outlines health care cost-saving options.”

To read the article, click here: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/article/20091118/LIVING/911180323/1032


The Cleveland Plain Dealer examines The Healthcare Survival Guide

November 18, 2009

The Cleveland Plain Dealer takes an in-depth look at The Healthcare Survival Guide and the benefits it provides to modern healthcare consumers November 14. Metro columnist Regina Brett, who the day before interviewed coauthor Martin Rosen on Cleveland’s 90.3 WCPN, writes that The Healthcare Survival Guide “offers common sense help … [and] solid advice.”

Brett goes on to say that healthcare consumers wield more power than ever, but they need the knowledge and resources to properly utilize that power – and that’s where The Healthcare Survival Guide comes in. “Once upon a time,” she writes, “the insurance companies or Medicare or Medicaid paid for our health care and we didn’t need to know what it cost. We do now. We should all be players.”

To read Brett’s full column, click here: http://www.cleveland.com/brett/blog/index.ssf/2009/11/take_charge_of_health_care_by.html