MASA Assist Establishes New USVI Partner

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Miami, Florida— December 10, 2014
MASA Assist has formally announced Omar Haedo, as one of their new partners. MASA Assist has 19 locations. Mr. Haedo will represent the USVI and it’s offices in St. Thomas and St. Croix. Omar is the Founder and President of ELAN Insurance Solutions LLC, out of Miami. It is a privately held, minority-certified insurance agency that is exclusive GA for BCBS USVI. Mr. Haedo is knowledgeable ...

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Independent air ambulances often mean high bills for consumers

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Some Montana hospitals that can’t afford to offer their own air ambulance service have surrendered to independent providers who may not be a part of any insurance network, leaving patients who need emergency medical transport with unexpected high bills — some up to $85,000.

Michels, Holly (2015, December 2) [UPDATED] Independent air ambulances often mean high bills for consumers. Independent Record. http://helenair.com/business/local/updated-independent-air-ambulances-often-mean-high-bills-for-consumers/article_01215297-41a5-5769-a461-23a46eb79c91.html.

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Happy Republic Day to the People of Trinidad and Tobago

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Today marks the another anniversary of Trinidad and Tobago becoming a Republic nation. According to NALIS, a Republic is defined as “A state or nation in which the supreme power rests in all the citizens entitled to vote (the electorate), and is exercised by representatives elected, directly or indirectly, by them, and responsible to them.

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It’s Festival Season in the Caribbean

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People in the Caribbean know how to throw a good party. Almost every island hosts an annual event celebrating its unique heritage with music, dance, food, sailing, and pirates. Most island nations in the Caribbean host at least one such festival event a year, in addition to Caribbean Carnival, a tradition with roots similar to New Orleans’ Mardi Gras and Rio de Janeiro’s carnival, but fused with local folklore, culture and religion. Below are just a few events to think ...

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