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.
Best Health Insurance Options for Employees of a Small Business
Small businesses (less than 50 full-time employees) are not required to provide health insurance under the law. However, employees may view this as a competitive advantage when looking for employment. Many employers are starting to offer alternatives to health insurance to attract top talent, especially as hiring continues to get more and more competitive.
5 Best Health Insurance Options for Small Business Owners & Alternatives
Small businesses with less than 50 employees are not required to offer health insurance, but providing some type of health coverage to employees can help you get and keep quality employees. In this article, we go over your best coverage options to offer to your employees that could give you the competitive advantage you need.
Best Short Term Medical Insurance Options 2021
Short-term medical insurance is typically a coverage option that is used for basic health needs for six months or less due to an unexpected event, such as job loss. Short-term medical coverage can vary based on the plan from only including basic emergency care, to full coverage under more expensive programs.
Mira Announces Partnership with CareNow Urgent Care in Texas
Houston, TX, June 21, 2021 -- CareNow and Mira have established a partnership that will enable Mira members to access high-quality, convenient, and affordable healthcare at CareNow’s 18 locations across Houston and surrounding communities.
How Health Insurance Works & Alternative Options
Enrolling in a health insurance plan is a way to stay healthy and protect yourself from catastrophic medical bills. As the cost of traditional health insurance rises, it becomes unaffordable for many people. As a result, people often go uninsured and have to pay full price for health care or not seek the care they need.
Minute Clinic vs. Urgent Care: Differences & Which One is Cheaper in 2021?
Updated 2021: $80-$280 average at an urgent care clinic. $125-$200+ on average at the Minute Clinic. Retail clinics like CVS Minute Clinic or Walgreen can treat minor health conditions and are better fit for preventative care. Urgent care clinics are staffed with mid-level providers under a medical doctor supervision and can treat more advanced conditions and minor trauma because of the presence of imaging devices like ultrasound and X-ray machine.
How Much Do Blood Thinners Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Eliquis, Xarelto, and Warfarin are some of the most popular blood thinner medications. The average retail price for a monthly supply of Eliquis or Xarelto is around $550. Warfarin is a generic medication and has an average cost of $19.
What Is a Health Savings Account & How it Works
A health savings account (HSA) is a way to set aside pre-tax money for medical expenses if you have a high deductible health plan. There are several health savings account rules that determine who is eligible, contribution limits, money rollover, and how to remove funds from the account.
The 10 Most Expensive Drugs on the Market in 2021
Prescription drugs can be very expensive in the United States, whether you’re insured or uninsured. Many of the most expensive drugs on the market are known as “break-through” therapies, in which they treat a serious or life-threatening condition.