Jun 5th, 2019
Men still command higher salaries than women in the same occupation, according to an article published by the U.S. Census Bureau, and education doesn’t help matters. “While workers with a bachelor’s degree earn about double that of their co-workers without a college education, the difference between men’s and women’s earnings widens with more education,” demographer ...
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Feb 27th, 2015
By Janice Jacobs, CPC, CPCO As if managing your patients’ insurance information and benefits isn’t hard enough, being a provider in a college town adds to the challenges and difficulty in getting timely reimbursement. The typical student spends at least four years at a college or university; however, they may live at four or more ...
Mar 24th, 2009
A provision in the 2009 federal budget bill (H.R. 1105), signed March 11 by President Barack Obama, could possibly undo what the Deficit Reduction Act of 2007 (DRA) did, which was to double or, in some cases, triple the price of oral contraceptives, AP/Google.com reports. Contraceptive Makers Get an Incentive to Lower Costs was last ...