InnovaCare Contrasts Medicare Advantage with Medicare

The main difference between the traditional, LBJ originated, Great Society, Medicare and Medicare advantage is the first is bureaucratically administered and the latter is privately administered. Medicare is run directly by the federal government. This entitlement program has two parts, A and B, for medical coverage for Americans age 65 and older. The health care given is paid for by a monthly premium for Part B. Medigap is available for as a supplement on A separate prescription Drug Plan is available but it must be purchased from a private provider and separately. When making office or hospital visits, there is a deductible or copay for office visits and treatment which is most often 20 percent of the the government list price of each procedure.

Medicare Advantage Plans like InnovaCare are sold directly to the public by private insurance carriers. They cover both Medicare Part A and B as does Medicare and provide additional coverage such as dental care and eye care. These plans are just like many HMO, PPO and PFF plans that people under the age of 65 had before ObamaCare came along. In fact, ObamaCare is set to abolish these plans in the future. Participating in these plans means that the beneficiary only holds this private plan and does not participate in the Original Medicare at all.

Medicare premiums must still be paid with an extra Medicare Advantage premium in some cases. InnovaCare Health has doctors in a network that is typical of a Medicare Advantage Plan. These plans only use doctors that participate in a particular Medicare Advantage Plan. Choosing a doctor and keeping a doctor is one of the popular features. Medigap is not available when participating in these plans. This means that if a person wants drug coverage, they must choose a Medicare Advantage Plan that contains drug coverage.

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One of the main differences between the two is that Original Medicare allows patients to see any doctor or stay in any hospital in the fifty states that accepts Medicare. Sadly, these are becoming fewer since the inception of ObamaCare. Many who are over age 65 have found that they can insure that they get the care they need by having a Medicare Advantage Plan that fits their needs in a network and a plan that is a PPO or a PFFS, however, these plans are more expensive. Innovacare Health is lead by some of the most well informed and experienced health care professionals such as Doctor Rick Shinto, M.D., MBA & President and Chief Executive Officer of InnovaCare. Penelope Kokkinides as Chief Administrative Officer helps Rick Shinto.

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What You Should Know About Video & Online Reputation Management

Video is quickly becoming a way to improve a company’s online reputation. In fact, online marketing experts from Online Reputation Reviews state that any company that ignores this fact is going to lose a large percentage of their customers. Here is something worth noting. A company’s video might make or break their reputation. If the video is low quality and confusing, it only adds to the negative aspects and views about the company. However, a high quality video produced by the company will boost the company’s reputation by high percentages. It is also predicted that most website traffic in the coming years will be due to high quality video posted on the site.
Producing The Right Video
The fact is that it is extremely easy for just about anyone to produce a video and place it on their website or one of the social media sites. It is best to avoid a rush job video. Instead, take time to plan the video and make sure that the video is on a topic that will improve the company’s reputation. For example, a high quality video produced about the company, company interview videos, a behind the scenes video or educational videos. Don’t just stop with one video. Produce more high quality videos on a regular basis. This should keep the traffic flowing to the site and boost the company online reputation. Marketers believe that videos really connect with people more than text on a page. Video is very interactive and gets people involved physically and mentally.

Quality Matters
Of course, the content in the video is tremendously important. However, a video with great content and poor video production is virtually useless to the company. It is important for the company to produce the highest quality videos possible. Hire a professional to produce the video or at least use professional quality equipment to make the videos for the company. Send email messages to customers about the new videos. Upload the high quality videos to all social media sites and the company website. Ask people to share the videos. This step alone will help to boost a company’s reputation.


Burying Down Bad Articles with Bury Bad Articles

At an age when online reputation is so vital for companies, one cannot afford to leave bad articles, about their business, unattended. We would wish that negative articles never existed at all. But the fact remains that everyone is entitled to their opinion. And as such, negative articles will always come up one in a while. The best we can do is bury them to prevent clients from running into them. Here are a few tips that can help you bury any negative searches on your business.

Get Active on Social Media
If you hadn’t thought of creating social media accounts for your business, then it’s time you did. When you find out that you are experiencing negative searches, open Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and any other social media accounts. Ensure that you stay active, posting photos and comments. Then, ensure that you link the accounts to your business page. This will ensure that positive searches overshadow the negative ones.

Write Positive and Helpful Content
Content is very important when it comes to burying down negative searches. You can star your own blog page, where you write helpful content for your visitors. Then ensure that this blog and every article is linked to your page. Also, contribute articles to pages that allow outsiders to post their content for them in exchange for promotional value. This will help increase the number of positive searches for your company. Therefore, pushing down bad articles away from the first page.

Search Engine Optimization
Search Engine Optimization will not only help you get more traffic to your site. Importantly, it will help you bury down any negative articles that might be directly targeting your business. However, this needs to be done very carefully so that your content doesn’t end up being banned by search engines. Write great content with keywords evenly spread out within the articles. This will help improve the number of positive searches for your company thus burying the negative articles to far off pages.

If all this seems too hard for you to do, you can always hire the services of a professional. Companies such as Bury Bad Articles will gladly help you with such issues.

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JustFab Creates Level Playing Field With FABforALL Collection of Extended Sizes

We love when fashion brands are all inclusive, because beauty really does come in all shapes and sizes. That means variety and gorgeous garments are available to all women, and that’s exactly what JustFab Inc. is launching.

The popular subscription online retailer has just introduced the FABforALL collection that celebrates every body type, ranging from XS to 3X and 24-34 with the additions of 16W – 24W.

Women around the world are applauding the move, because it levels the fashion playing field. At the moment, JustFab is growing like wildfire, with more than four million VIP members globally.

Let’s be honest; it isn’t easy maintaining a subscription start-up on e-commerce. Most companies like these begin with huge numbers, then dwindle away because they struggle to maintain the growth or interest in the product.

JustFab has found a way to keep expanding, and their numbers look great, according to co-founders Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. In the first quarter of 2016, JustFab lined their pretty pockets with a profit for the first time. This year, JustFab is riding the train to more success, ready to pull in revenue of $650 million, up from $505 million last year. That’s not bad for a young company that sprouted in 2010.

Just Fab offers VIP members some amazing attractions in quality made fashion at affordable prices. The brand designs and produces all their items in-house at their large Los Angeles headquarters, passing the savings on to their subscription members. The brand carries huge selections of shoes, handbags, clothing, jewelry and accessories based around a personalized shopping boutique concept. In fact, JustFab boasts having more than 1,000 shoe styles, and celebrities like Emily Blunt and Ariel Winter are addicted to their footwear.

According to Brandettes, JustFab makes shopping simple, too. Members can shop or skip the month and have the fifth of the month to take action. If the shopper does not click on the “Skip the Month” button by then, their credit card will be charged $39.95 on the 6th for a member credit until they cancel.

JustFab Inc. is even hinting at going public soon. An IPO appears waiting on deck, and with the FABforALL plus sizes collection launch, the brand is empowering all women.

Town Residential hosts Open House at FXFOWLES’ Circa Central Park on the Upper West Side

Circa Central Park is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in the Central Park North area at the traditional boundary of the Historic district. The trusted representatives at Town Residential – knowledgeable specialists in luxury properties in Manhattan and elsewhere – will be hosting an open house at Circa Central Park at 385 110th St. on September 1st, between 5:00 pm–7:00 pm, by appointment. With offices in both Miami and New York, Town Residential Headquarters in Manhattan are 33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003 Phone: 212.557.6500.

Rising majestically at the edge pf the Park, Circa Central Park is fronted by a one-quarter traffic circle at the very northwest corner of the Park. An 11-floor building which includes a spacious roof deck and thirty-eight individual residences. There is also a full-time doorman in attendance, and a live-in Superintendent. The amenities include parking, community recreational facilities, a gymnasium, a bike room and additional storage, and a children’s playroom. Pets will be accepted.

The architectural firm of FXFOWLES and especially the work of visionary engineer and architect Dan Kaplan, Senior Partner and design director for FXFOWLE’s Urban Studio. has been honored significantly, with accolades that recognize his unique contribution to the art and science of architecture; having received numerous awards from the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architects, Architectural Review, the Chicago Athenaeum, and others; and he is still active in academia as a guest lecturer at his alma mater Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning, where his graduate students will contemplate innovative approaches to integrate “design invention with environmental performance in the building envelope.” There would seem to be ample evidence that the more Light, more open space and the more greenery, wherever feasible, the better!

Kaplan’s insight springs from his looking at a location from a historic and geographic perspective; and the prospects for integrating multiple transportation options (two of the NYC buildings were built directly over a cluster of subway stations; seven, in one case and 11 in the other), but it’s Kaplan’s aspirations to an even wider sphere of influence, in what might be considered to be a more “cosmic” view of the “big picture,” the building’s functional integration with the environment and perhaps even with the Universe beyond.

In Kaplan’s interview this week with Interior Design magazine on 30 August 2016, (available online, Jennifer Nalewicki asks Kaplan whether there is a project he’s currently working on that he’s particularly excited about:

“There’s a project called Circa Central Park. … We were able to meld our preoccupations of sustainability and great views of park, but because of the curve we had all of this westward-facing glass, so we created a series of fins that optimize the views to the park but also block out the western glare and heat. Then we took the fins and made a colorful expression. … We really tried to give honor to this very important spot in the city.”