Benefits: What health benefits are available for a Registered Nurse?

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May 24, 2019 / By Silvia
Question: 2. What health and safety issues are involved for this occupation? 3. What other benefits might this occupation offer? Employment: 4. What is the prospect for an RN? 5. What factors influence the availability of jobs in this field? 6. What is the growth potential for this job? Job Skills, Talents and Experience: 7. Where could one gain experience for this career? Typical Day: 8. What are the best parts of the day? 9. What are the usual hours? 10. What would be the most challenging? This is for a research paper.
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Phillis Phillis | 9 days ago
There's no ground rules or criteria that can be answered to your questions. I work at a psychiatric hospital and the nurses have it laid out compared to nurses say in an emergency room. Since I've been here no nurse has really had to perform duties of to what one may call a "code blue". Yes, they are called here. but by the time the nurses get to the site, it's usually a false alarm. Not having to deal with deflilibators they have it made here. ♂ ♀
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Phillis Originally Answered: For group health insurance, are benefits mandated by employee state of residence or origin of the company?
In most cases, a health insurance plan purchased in one state will do very little good in another state. That’s because health insurance companies negotiate rates with medical providers only in a specific local area or state. So, a health plan in MA with great benefits for someone living in Boston may have virtually no coverage for a person living in Miami, FL. In short, each state has its own health insurance market and its own regulatory environment. It’s a state by state kind of product. If you’re looking for group health insurance options for a small business, work with a licensed agent online or in your area. It doesn’t cost anything extra to work with an agent and it can help you get a much better understanding of your options and the rules that apply to group coverage. You can also review the health insurance buyer’s guide we developed for small business owners. You’ll find it online for free here: http://www.ehealthinsurance.com/small-bu... Best wishes.
Phillis Originally Answered: For group health insurance, are benefits mandated by employee state of residence or origin of the company?
It's actually the state of operations of the company. If your small business is located in Massachusetts, you'd buy a MA policy. If it's a large business, with offices in MA, NY, PA, VT, you'd buy a policy compliant for each of those states that have employees in those states. It's not about state of residence of employee, unless that employee ALSO is working from a permanent location maintained by the employer. Which state is paid the unemployment tax for the Florida employee? That's the state that the policy should originate in. Keep in mind, you need a minimum number of employees to buy a group policy; and it's not particularly likely you'll have any kind of favorable pricing until you have at least 50 employees. Without MA operations, locations, and residence, you won't be able to get a MA policy. HOWEVER. Since money seems to be no object, you can almost certainly buy whatever level of coverages you want for your group - as long as you have at least 15 members of that group. You'd be purchasing IVF coverage for all 15 members - even the men. It's likely to run you at least $10,000 a month for that coverage, unless you want family coverage, in which case it's probably going to run you closer to $20,000 a month. Good luck with that.

Maryann Maryann
A Dental Hygienist or Therapist is a great career, lots of money to earn. I think it would be easier when qualified to find work in the area rather than RGN.
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Lalla Lalla
Before answering this you'd need to give an example of the country you're in because they could all vary a great deal.
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Lalla Originally Answered: Tort reform being a main part of the GOP health care reform bill who benefits the most under their plan?
Obviously the physicians benefit by lower insurance premiums, but I'm not going to argue that it also benefits most of us in that doctors/hospitals may pass the savings on to us. I believe people should be able to sue for loss of salary, cost of medical care, and enough damages to punish offending doctors/hospitals so they will be more careful next time, but whether I was a Republican or not (and I'm not) I think there needs to be some caps on the outrageous amount money won in malpractice suits.
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