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Expert Interview: traveling with a handicap made easier with a travel companion
Jan 17, 2020
Pascale Crahay works as a travel companion for handicapped patients, allowing them to travel without always having to ask for assistance from strangers. Independence, complicity, costs. Learn more in...
Medication Reconciliation: a practice to avoid prescriptions errors, in and outside of the hospital
Aug 25, 2019 • 3 comments
Assisted Suicide: How Patients and Families Really Feel
Aug 21, 2019 • 6 comments
Meet Ophélie, our Data Protection Officer
Jul 2, 2019 • 1 comment
How to travel with a disability
May 1, 2019
Working life: Reintegration in the workplace
Feb 22, 2019 • 9 comments
A new study* has provided results on how having cancer can impact someone's career. What can we conclude from this? How can you adapt your work when you have a chronic illness? What are the standards...
Medical Bills: Helpful Tips To Pay Medical Bills When You Can’t Afford Them
Feb 6, 2019 • 4 comments
In the United States, an illness, a surgery, a pregnancy, or any serious medical treatment can reach into the thousands and even the five-figure thousands. Even if you have insurance, you can still...
Photo testimonial: the labor market excludes the chronically ill
Jan 15, 2019 • 3 comments
Rapid Rise In US Health Care Data Hacks: Study
Oct 31, 2018
How To File A Health Insurance Claim
Oct 23, 2018 • 5 comments
Generally, your health care provider will file the health insurance claim for you with your insurance company upon the rendering of the medical services. However, there are times where this may not...
Big Life Insurer Shifts To Activity Tracking In Health Push
Sep 25, 2018
mHealth: What Is It, And How Can It Help Us?
Sep 14, 2018
A great number of healthcare practioners and patients alike remain wary of electronic health. Doctors claim that they don't have enough time, and patients are concerned about their data going awry....