Posts Tagged ‘Medicare’

Few issues are more important for the state than healthcare

There are few issues that are more important or pressing for Mississippi businesses and consumers than the question of health care. As most of us are aware, the Magnolia State ranks far down the list in terms of the health of our population. Obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer — these are generally more impacting on […] [...]

Financial considerations for 2013

by Ike Trotter Published: October 29,2012

Tags: Medicare, personal finance, Social Security, tax excemptions, taxes

We are now in plain view of our country’s “fiscal cliff.” After the election, Congress may or may not end up keeping income and estate tax rates at their recent levels. Next year may bring some notable financial developments, and it isn’t too soon for households to think about what may be in store: You […] [...]

August 20, 2012- Ricky Nobile

by Ricky Nobile Published: August 19,2012

Tags: Barack Obama, Medicare, Paul Ryan, Social Security, U.S. Treasury

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Financial Planning: Tax-managed portfolios can mean percentage points

By Stan Purvis The ongoing public policy debate on federal income and estate taxes has increased investor concerns. Investors are concerned about the uncertainty of new tax laws and the impact the tax increases will have on their lives and family. The ballooning federal annual deficit and federal debt and how to best deal with […] [...]

Services dropped at Ocean Springs health office

OCEAN SPRINGS — The Mississippi Department of Health’s has suspended some services and cut hours at its office in Ocean Springs. The clinic no longer offers medical or environmental services. It is open Wednesdays and Thursdays only for WIC, the federally funded health and nutrition program for women, infants and children. Previously, the office offered […] [...]

The ‘skinny’ on Medicare this time of year

by Ike Trotter Published: December 11,2011

Tags: column, Ike Trotter, Medicare, Medicare Open enrollment

There are certain dates in early December concerning Medicare that involve various enrollment periods scheduled. Most people approaching age 65 or those already on Medicare are well aware of these dates. But for those that are not, here is up to date information as to how these options play out: Medicare Open enrollment. This is […] [...]

Appeals panel denies bond for doctor charged with chemo fraud

SUMMIT — A federal appeals panel has upheld the denial of bond for a doctor charged in a chemotherapy fraud case that authorities say swindled millions from Medicaid and Medicare. Dr. Meera Sachdeva, founder of Rose Cancer Center in Summit, and two others are charged with numerous federal crimes for allegedly participating in a scheme […] [...]

Medicare and working folks: The myths and misgivings

by Marty Wiseman Published: July 3,2011

Tags: leadership, Medicare

LEADERSHIP ANYTOWN, MISSISSIPPI: YOUR TIME HAS COME … The staff of the Stennis Institute has been fortunate to have had a number of opportunities to speak to community Leadership classes around Mississippi. Such events afford us the chance to meet civic-minded citizens from Mississippi’s wonderful small towns and rural counties. It was at one such […] [...]

Medicare, working folks: The myths and misgivings

by Marty Wiseman Published: June 19,2011

Tags: Medicare, View from the Stennis Institute

The recent firestorm over Medicare has sparked the need to revisit the whole healthcare debate from the viewpoint of the working man and woman. In other words, forget all of the horrifying data related to multi-trillion-dollar deficits and percentages of GDP. While these and similar statistics keep economists and speculators of all stripes up at […] [...]

Jackson physician convicted of fraud scheme

by Associated Press Published: April 11,2011

Tags: courts, fraud, healthcare, Medicaid, Medicare

JACKSON — A federal jury has found a Jackson physician guilty of orchestrating a $6.9-million Medicaid and Medicare fraud scheme. Dr. Cassandra Faye Thomas faces a maximum 125 years in prison after his April 8 conviction on 10 counts by a jury of eight women and four men. The 54-year-old Thomas and many of her […] [...]

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