Minneapolis, MN, June 09, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- HealthHarbor.com, a leading online consumer healthcare resource, today launched a new resource regarding the impact of recently-passed health reform legislation on consumers
. It can be found at http://www.healthharbor.com/health-reform.
In addition to the new user-focused content aimed at helping American consumers navigate through the health reform changes, the site offers a number of interactive tools designed to help consumers take more control of their healthcare. The consumer-centered tools include an Insurance Denial Analyzer, Affordable Vaccine Finder, and Routine Medical Service Finder focusing on services offered by walk-in retail clinics, the Discount Generic Drug finder and an Affordable Health Coverage search.
"Health Reform is a gamechanger for American Consumers, and the ones who are the most educated on the changes will get the most out of the legislation," said Heather Johnson, a HealthHarbor Spokesperson. "It is important that the community has reliable and useful resources to translate for consumer what health reform means for them."
In addition to the expansive content HealthHarbor has offered since its inception, the health reform content helps users understand near-term changes and items that could affect their particular demographic.
"The health reform debate occurred in a very political tone, with both parties using extreme rhetoric to try to garner support for their agendas. What Americans need now is a common-sense, easy-to-understand voice from which to digest what the changes mean to them."
HealthHarbor.com is an online resource devoted to helping people become smarter consumers of healthcare. The site provides content, ideas, tools, and guidance on saving money on healthcare, health reform, maximizing health care value, getting the most from one’s health coverage, discounted prescriptions, and hosts an online community devoted to healthcare spending topics. HealthHarbor.com is operated by seasoned healthcare professionals who believe consumers can have an active role in managing their healthcare expenditures. It can be found at http://www.healthharbor.com.
Heather Johnson, Media Contact
PO Box 241, Minneapolis, MN 55331