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FAIR Health Access ®

Aug 2023

Stakeholders read our monthly FAIR Health Access® newsletter for the latest product news, insights into the uses of FAIR Health data and more.

FAIR Health and Howard University Undertake Economic Study on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias under New Grant

FAIR Health, in collaboration with Academic Advisory Board member Jevay Grooms, PhD, of Howard University, is undertaking an economic study on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) under a pilot grant awarded by the Hopkins Economics of Alzheimer’s Disease & Services (HEADS) Center of the National Institute on Aging.

FAIR Health Assists State Crime Victims’ Funds

FAIR Health works with state and federal government agencies for many purposes, among them assistance with state crime victims’ compensation programs, or state crime victims’ funds. In September, FAIR Health staff will attend the National Training Institute of the National Center for Victims of Crime in Boston to learn about additional ways in which we might support this important area of service.

FAIR Health Presents to Federal Advisory Committee on Ground Ambulance and Patient Billing

On August 2, FAIR Health addressed a virtual meeting hosted by the Advisory Committee on Ground Ambulance and Patient Billing (GAPB), Subcommittee on Public/Consumer Disclosure & Protection. Robin Gelburd, President of FAIR Health, shared insights into the utilization and pricing of ground ambulance services.

FAIR Health Consumer Access ®

Summer 2023

Consumers turn to the quarterly FAIR Health Consumer Access® for tips on navigating the healthcare system and estimating the real cost of healthcare.

Vision Coverage for Children and Adults

Most health plans cover medically necessary visits to an eye doctor. Sometimes they cover routine eye exams too. But they don’t usually cover eyeglasses or contact lenses for adults, though they may for children. To get more complete vision coverage, you may have to go to other sources. This article will tell you about those sources. It will also suggest other ways to save money on eye care and get free or low-cost eye care.

FAIR Health Launches Cost of Giving Birth Tracker

The cost of giving birth varies from state to state. Now FAIR Health has launched the Cost of Giving Birth Tracker. This is a free, online tool that tracks the cost of giving birth in each state and nationwide.

Getting Covered for Alternative Medicine

Acupuncture, chiropractic care and massage therapy have one thing in common: They may not be covered by insurance. That’s because they may be looked at as alternative treatments, not part of conventional medical care.