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What is the difference between direct contract and in network with regard to medical insurance. Which is easier on the wallet when payment time comes?

What is the difference between direct contract and in network with regard to medical insurance. Which is easier on the wallet when payment time comes?

A ? for insurer!: You need to ask the insurance company(s) - do ask as directly as possible. They'll have the information that no one else does. Doctors rarely , if ever, know that sort of detail as specifically as the folk using it. Good luck. ...Read more

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Medical experts can you help me?

Dep;ends: You neglected to state your problem with which you need help. Medical? Personal? Financial? Legal? Try and be a little more specific. ...Read more

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Medical uses for alum?

Medical uses for alum?

Multiple Purposes: Alum is regularly employed as an astringent to shrink tissues and reduce the discharge of bodily fluids, as a styptic to contract organic tissues and stop or reduce hemorrhage and bleeding, and as an emetic agent to induce vomiting when someone has ingested poison. It is also often used to enhance certain vaccines and to prevent or treat infections. ...Read more

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Who pays for the medical costs?

Who pays for the medical costs?

Person getting care: The person getting medical care pays for his doctors, his tests, and his medicines . . . Because he is getting the services. However, as a community and a society, we want to have the healthiest, happiest population possible. So, there are insurance, governmental, and non-profit systems set up to help everybody afford good medical care without causing financial hardship (idealistically speaking!). ...Read more

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Is medical miracle a real thing?

Is medical miracle a real thing?

Yes: A "miracle" is in the eyes of the beholder -- when something that the person thinks "shouldn't" happen, does. Many people (including physicians) think that they have all the answers, mechanisms and explanations possible about illness & healing. A little humility would be more wise, though. You might want to read dr. Weil's book, "spontaneous healing." drs. Larry dossey & bernie siegel too. ...Read more

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What are medical errors? Who makes them?

What are medical errors? Who makes them?

Anyone in a hospital: Any one can make mistakes nurses, doctors other health care personnel. ...Read more

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What are the medical options for lazyeye?

What are the medical options for lazyeye?

Lazy eye: Depends on what you're calling lazy eye. If its a weak eye (doesn't see well) then if it's diagnosed during early childhood the options are medical and therapeutic. If you mean a crossed eye, or an eye that is not straight, then it really depends on the cause. Sometimes glasses will help, but more often surgery is needed. A good exam with a pediatric ophthalmologist is important. ...Read more

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Any medical avances for sjögren syndrome?

Any medical avances for sjögren syndrome?

Unfortunately not : Much but supportive treatment, hydration, immunosuppressants etc but use of herbal meds is coming to the forefront. Take care! care!http://www.Ehow.Com/way_5347842_herbal-cures-sjogrens-syndrome.Html#page=0 http://en.M.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/sjogren%27s_syndrome. ...Read more