This Thanksgiving, you and your patients are likely eager to get back in touch with loved ones and de-stress after this hectic and strange year. Here’s how your patients can celebrate the holidays – and give thanks – safely.
Now that many people are working from home, more and more people have the time to adopt and take care of a new pet. Chances are that you know someone who’s recently gotten a new dog, or perhaps have even gotten one yourself. More than just being cute and fun to play with, there’s evidence that owning a dog can be good for your health, both physical and mental.
Limited network plans are becoming increasingly popular health care options among employers and consumers. Learn about how limited networks work – including our own – below.
On November 2, Governor Charlie Baker announced the implementation of several new mandates to curb the spread of COVID-19, citing the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts. These mandates went into effect on Friday, November 6. Here are the new targeted measures that you and your patients should be aware of.
As fall begins, so does flu season. If your patients start to feel unwell, they may wonder whether they have flu or COVID-19 symptoms. Check out our infographic to see the differences.