Mira Healthcare Resources
Our in-house team synthesizes scientific research and translates them into easy-to-digest content for you to get educated on the latest health and healthcare information.
Most Important and Surprising Health Benefits About Radishes
While not the most popular vegetable, radishes are certainly one of the best, the benefits of radishes are vast and can do wonders for your health. Radishes have been shown to aid in cancer prevention, improve digestion, and benefit cardiovascular health. Not to mention, the high water content and low carbohydrate properties of radishes make them incredibly hydrating, and great for overall nutrition, and an easier way to meet recommended dietary guidelines, especially for those managing diabetes.
Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC): What it is & How to Claim
Health Coverage Tax Credit is administered by the IRS and provides a tax credit to eligible individuals to assist in paying for monthly health insurance premiums. However, there are requirements and qualifications to claim the tax credit. Individuals who have insurance from the Affordable Care Act Marketplace are not eligible, but those who have COBRA may be eligible.
What is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) & Eligible Expenses
A Flexible Spending Account allows employees to put some of their income aside to use for qualified medical expenses later. The main perk of an FSA is that the funds contributed are not subject to income and payroll taxes. Both employees and employers can contribute to an FSA.
Ultimate Guide to Health Insurance for Small Businesses
If you are looking to navigate the health insurance market for your emerging small business, look no further. This is your ultimate guide for understanding health insurance nuances, special considerations, and affordable options and alternatives for your business.
Applicant Tracking System: Definition, Providers, & Cost
If your business is planning on hiring full or part-time employees, using an applicant tracking system will help you find the best candidates for your hiring position. In addition to tracking applicants and sort candidates, you will likely also want to be able to attract the best candidates for the job so that the tracking system will be worthwhile.
10 Best Employee Perks for Small Businesses
The best employee perks for small businesses are typically creative because you don’t have the same amount of money to throw around as larger corporations. Instead, it’s important to appeal to the emotional or non-financial desires of your employees. This means giving extra time off, providing local perks, or offering affordable health coverage. In this article, we will share the 10 best employee perks that could help you attract and retain top talent.
Cost of Testosterone Boosters Without Insurance
Depending on the route through which the testosterone is administered, testosterone boosts can cost anywhere from as low as $40 to as high as $500. These prices may or may not include the necessary care and monitoring that is often associated with testosterone boosters. While these prices may be high, there are often ways in which these boosters can become more affordable.
The 10 Most Expensive Health Insurance Markets in the U.S.
Employer-sponsored health insurance is the most common form of insurance for individuals in the U.S., but the price of these health insurance plans vary based on location. We analyzed data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey to find out where the most expensive health insurance markets are located and provide you with the most up-to-date information available.
How Much Do Prescription Drugs Cost Without Insurance
According to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Americans spend, on average, about $1,200 each year on prescription drugs. The most popular prescription drugs range in cost from $12.41- $97.57. However, there is a lack of price transparency when it comes to the cost of prescription drugs, making it difficult for consumers to know how much their medications will cost out of pocket.
Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease Screening Tests
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) affects the heart and blood vessels which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. CVD is the #1 cause of death in the U.S., claiming over 650,000 lives per year, even though a large majority of heart disease and stroke events are preventable through lifestyle changes. The key to preventing CVD is eating right, exercising, and regular checkups and lab testing when needed.
How Much a Colonoscopy Costs
A colonoscopy is a procedure done by a doctor to determine irregularities in the colon. The out-of-pocket costs of a colonoscopy can range between $1,250 to $4,800. There are several factors that influence the cost of the procedure; one major factor being where the procedure is done. Outpatient facilities are a lot less expensive compared to inpatient facilities.