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A blog about healthcare, benefits, life, and everything in between.

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Learning About Disability Insurance

Whether you’re an employee or HR professional, navigating the world of employee benefits can be confusing. In this article, we cover the basics of disability insurance and how to file a disability insurance claim should you ever need to (hopefully you won’t!)

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Learning the Language of Health Insurance

Health Insurance. It can be intimidating. It’s an important part of life, but it can be so complex. That’s why at Nayya, we always try to help. Our software simplifies finding insurance, and understanding key terms is the first step. Here are some terms you should know when dealing with health insurance.

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Setting Summer Goals with SMART

Summer is a time that many people use for self-improvement: whether it’s exercising more, trying new hobbies, or spending more time in nature. Summer can be a great time to set new goals. Goal setting is also an excellent way to encourage yourself to keep your health and wellness on track

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How to Combat the Rising Cost of Healthcare

Healthcare costs are predicted to rise at a rate of 5.5% per year for the next decade. By 2027, overall healthcare costs will rise to $6 trillion. Employers and employees alike are very concerned about the notion of facing rising prices. One cause of increased healthcare spending for individuals and organizations is medical imaging.

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3 Things You Should Know About Your MRI Costs

Learning about the costs of healthcare and medical procedures is a daunting task for most individuals, which is why Nayya created the Companion platform. An MRI is a type of medical procedure that often comes with varying and complex pricing.

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What is a CT Scan?

Medical imaging exams, such as CT scans, have been directly linked to greater life expectancy and declining cancer death rates. Learn about the ins and outs of a CT scan: How do CT scans work? What are they used for? How much does a CT scan cost? What are the risks? Nayya is here to help.

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Is it Safe to Get an MRI While Pregnant?

While doctors will try to hold off on MRI procedures during pregnancy, there have been no proven risks to getting MRI Scans while being pregnant. In fact, it is important to get an MRI during pregnancy if you are seriously ill because your health will affect the health of the baby.

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The Difference Between MRI and Ultrasound

There are so many different types of medical imaging procedures, CT scans, fMRIs, X-Rays, MRIs, ultrasounds. Although they all may be a part of medical imaging, each technique offers a unique point of view of the whole picture.

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Looking at the Top 5 Common Medical Procedures

Medical procedures range from something as simple as medical imaging or a COVID-19 Test to a Crainectomy. Some of these procedures are performed multiple times a day, everyday, and some only in the most serious circumstances.

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Cigna PPO vs Cigna HSA

One of the first things we have to acknowledge is that an HSA plan is different from any other insurance plan types, but any of those plan types can be an HSA eligible plan. In order for a plan to be HSA eligible, it must be high-deductible.

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The Psychology of Decision Making

There is a lot that goes into human decision making, whether it be big or small. One example is deciding on a healthcare plan. There is alot to take into consideration, like how much you go to the doctors, what doctors will be included in your network.

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Meet Your Radiologist

A radiologist is a doctor that focuses on treating and diagnosing diseases using medical imaging. In order to become a radiologist, one must go to school for a total of about 12 years.

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Public vs. Private Healthcare

There are many types of medical insurance, which is why it’s important to find the type that best fits your needs. To break it down into its simplest form, there are two types of health insurance coverage: Public and Private.

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Understanding the Changing Environment of Mental Stress

55% of Americans identified as being stressed during the day, a surging number within the national average. For most people, stress has become a part of their daily routine. We may all experience stress -- but it’s not the same for every person.

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Learn About HSAs

Health insurance can be so expensive, which is why people should look for the most cost-effective option that will offer them the best care. A plan that may fit the bill and has grown in popularity is a plan with a Health Savings Account.

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How Nayya Can Help Your Brokerage Team

When your brokerage office partners with Nayya, it’s a win for everyone on your team: executives, account managers looking to add value for existing clients, producers driving new new business, and communications teams on the hunt for great tech to offer.

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Sandbox Demo with Nayya

With so many insurance carriers and providers in today’s world, one of the important decisions each company needs to make is selecting which network to offer to employees.

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Reducing Admin Burden During Open Enrollment

Half of American employees reported in a recent survey that making health insurance decisions during Open Enrollment is always ‘very stressful.’ If you are an HR Manager or a Benefits Leader at your organization, you can relate to the frustration associated with having to sift through pages and pages of health benefits jargon only to wind up more confused than you were when you started.

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HMOs vs EPOs

HMOs and EPOs are just two of the types of insurance plans that companies will offer. Today, we will look at their similarities and differences.

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How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Besides visiting your doctors, especially a cardiologist if you have one, there are things you can do on your own to keep your heart healthy! Here are 3 ways to do so.

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One Step Closer to Understanding Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that destroys memory and other mental and cognitive functions. Some may think that Alzheimer's and dementia are the same-- and they aren’t completely wrong.

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Understanding Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s, a neurodegenerative disease, is the most common type of dementia, most often found in those who are 65 years or older. Although, it is possible to have early-onset Alzheimer’s. The effects of Alzheimer’s worsen over time.

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Read about Redlining and its Effects

Redlining, a term used to describe the sectioning off of neighborhoods during segregation, has caused inequity in access to education, healthcare, access to food, and more.

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How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?

Purchasing life insurance can be a daunting and confusing task, especially for first-time buyers. Luckily, Nayya is here for you to help guide you through the process.

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Decision Trees within Edison

Decision Trees are critical to how Edison is structured, and allows us to both have conversations with clients and provide a more in-depth list of services to our partners.

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5 Ways to Stay Connected throughout the Remainder of COVID-19

In a time when it has become customary to remain socially distant, how can we find ways to come together? We all try to be thoughtful about making time in our lives for our companions; and now, there are rules and regulations in place that make it even harder.

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Checklist: How to Start Your Own Small Business Venture

Starting your own business can be an incredibly fulfilling way to make a living. Still, in order to be successful, starting a business takes careful planning. We’ve created a list of steps you can take as you prepare to strike out on your own.