If you’ve been considering having the TIF procedure to manage GERD symptoms,

then as the end of the year approaches, ask yourself these healthcare plan questions…

  • Have you met your annual insurance policy’s individual/family deductible?
  • Do you have funds in your flexible spending account that need to be used by year end?
  • Have you accrued the maximum paid time off?
  • Is your company scheduling a shut down or furlough at the end of the year?

If you can answer yes to any of these, this might be your moment to find relief from your GERD symptoms.

If you want to complete your TIF procedure this year, now’s the time to get started. Once your doctor has determined that the TIF procedure is right for you, completing it by year’s end might be a good thing to do.

Contact a TIF-trained physician today.

Here’s a collection of useful
blog posts and podcasts

H&R block includes healthcare
related tax issues in this year-end post

Make flexible spending work for you — Make sure you have enough medical expenses in 2016 to meet the amount you set aside in your flexible spending account. If you don’t, you’ll lose the money.”

Public radio program Marketplace featured
a story about interest free credit
for medical expenses

A bigger and bigger chunk of the money hospitals get comes from you and me, thanks to a rise in what are known as high deductible health plans, in which consumers are spending more out-of-pocket for their own care.”

Marketplace also recently hosted
a discussion about the value of taking vacation

People who take time off are actually less stressed, more focused and more productive.”

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