A hurricane can grind a business’s operations to a halt, possibly for a long period of time. But if weather forecasts warn that a hurricane is approaching, there are steps businesses can take to prepare and recover.
These measures can help minimize losses, soften the financial impact, and enable operations to resume quickly.
As the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel gets brighter, more health insurers are ceasing to offer cost-sharing waivers for COVID-19 treatment.
After legislation was enacted in 2020 that required health insurance companies to cover COVID-19 tests and vaccines, many insurers voluntarily waived all deductibles, copayments and other costs for insured patients who fell ill with COVID-19 and needed hospital care, doctor visits, medications or other treatment. Not all health insurers extended these waivers to their enrollees, but many did. Some insurers are now pulling back. Here’s what’s going on.
As summer approaches and the number of hot days increases, you have to pay attention to the temperature gauge and how long your kids are out playing in the sun.
Heat illness kills hundreds of Americans every year, and it is the number one weather-related killer. Also, heat stroke is the top cause of exercise-related deaths among high school students. So what can you do to avoid a heat-related tragedy in your family?