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All across America, cities are trying to find ways to ease congestion while providing safe alternatives to get around town. In Chicago, that alternative is the Pedway, which consists of bridges and tunnels that connect at least forty city blocks of the Central Business District. Approximately five miles long, the Pedway grants speedy access to…

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A brain injury, no matter what the cause or severity, is always serious. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have life-long repercussions. The victim may need around-the-clock care, lose his or her ability to speak or walk, or be unable to return to work. Some victims may recover (in part or in whole), but others…

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A lien is something that is granted to creditors when an individual owes them money. In Illinois, liens can be taken out by insurance companies, the VA, and state and federal agencies. They can also be taken out by a doctor or hospital. Under the Health Care Services Act. (770 ILCS 23/1), if you receive…

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In July 2019 the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (OIG) released a report on the state of the hospice industry which details examples of patient harm and admonishes Medicare for weak oversight and enforcement. The report recommends that Medicare impose stronger safeguards “to protect Medicare hospice beneficiaries from harm.”…

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Missed medical appointments cost hospitals, doctors, and therapists a lot of money. While some patients miss appointments due to their own personal reasons, many patients simply can’t manage the transportation: they don’t have family member or a friend who can take them or they can’t afford public transportation, a taxi, or a medical-transport van. Many…

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