Will The Internet Change Medical Prices?

There was a time that when it came to buying our electronic devices, we would simply go to our local electronics store.   Then, the onslaught of electronics superstores came at us like Best Buy, Circuit City, and Fry’s giving us a virtual cornucopia of electronic choices.    In the late 90’s and then into the early 2000’s, the internet changed the game with websites like Buy.com, Next Tag, and Amazon where we could price compare quickly as consumers.   Between the internet and smart phones today, information is at our fingertips to quickly compare and contrast the pricing on whatever electronic devices we are potentially going to purchase. As most of us know, the health care landscape has changed over the past several years and should change dramatically when we get into 2014.   When January 1st comes, the most popular part of health reform will be the concept of guaranteed issue.   This means irrespective of pre-existing conditions health plans must be available ...

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Does Your Charity Event Need Bid Pal?

It never ceases to amaze me about how technology is transforming the way we go about doing things in our daily lives.    From the smart phones to applications we literally learn about some new advancement in technology that is going to change our life. Many of us do everything we can to help out charities during the course of the year.   This may be donating money or clothes to a local religious organization.   Perhaps you give some money back to your alma mater or some other charity within your city that you feel to be worthy of a generous donation.    Generally, during the course of the year I will attend four to six charity events filled with silent and live auction items to bid on during the evening.   Before the normal 9:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. final call on the silent auction items, people will scurry around the piece of paper in front of the item they want to win ...

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