April 19, 2021


If the COVID shot is free, why show insurance? Expert explains

PORTLAND, Ore. — Although receiving a COVID-19 shot is free for anyone in the U.S., providers are asking people to present insurance to help pay other costs.

Angela Dowling is president of Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon. She explained the government pays for the vaccine doses, and insurance can help with the rest.

“For those providers there helping you get the shot, the people who are putting the shot in your arm, there is a cost for administration,” Dowling said.

Presenting insurance at a clinic or vaccination site allows those medical providers to be reimbursed for their time and resources.

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China restricting Tesla use uncovers a significant challenge for Elon Musk: expert

Renewed political tensions between the U.S. and China — which came to light this week as the Biden administration sat down with their Chinese counterparts for the first time to discuss a range of issues — could ensnarl vehicle maker Tesla (TSLA), which has pushed successfully into China in recent years.

In fact, the heightened rhetoric between the two super economic superpowers may have already had blowback on Elon Musk’s electric car company.

The Chinese government is restricting the use of Tesla vehicles by military staff and employees of vital state-owned companies, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Chinese

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The 7 Steps To Finding An Expert Business Consultant

From time-to-time, you may need to find a consultant to help you with your business. Sometimes, those needs are high level, like setting strategies or marketing plans. And other times, those needs are more point solutions, like a pro in search engine optimization or product sourcing. Whatever your need may be, there is most likely a consultant out there that is immediately available to help you. The problem is finding them. This post will tell you how best to fill your consulting needs.

1. Be Clear on

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Dogecoin? A lot of ‘retail punters are going to lose money,’ says crypto expert

‘Unfortunately a lot of retail punters are going to lose money on dogecoin in the long term because there’s really not much there in terms of interesting technology.’

That’s Nic Carter on CNBC on Wednesday explaining the potential perils of piling into dogecoin, as a number of celebrities and captains of industry have been touting the cryptocurrency that was created as a joke back in 2013.

Read: Should I buy dogecoin? Why prices of the cryptocurrency are surging—but risky

Carter underscored to CNBC’s Europe affiliate the fact that is widely understood in the crypto community that dogecoin has

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