Author Archives: dave@cunixinsurance.com

The Tenth Blogiversary of Health Insurance Issues With Dave

Point of Personal Privilege – This post, the 266th, marks the tenth anniversary of Health Insurance Issues With Dave.  I could not have achieved this milestone without you, the readers.  My one year anniversary post thanked Brad Kleinman and David … Continue reading

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We Need Water

Ten days in the desert. Dry. Dirty. Thirsty. Very, very thirsty. And there, on a make-shift table, is a pitcher containing a liquid. Some people would simply drink the liquid, no questions asked. Some people might first try to make … Continue reading

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Baby Steps

Health Care Reality – You don’t have any privacy and there really isn’t any such thing as transparency. Your mail boxes are littered with privacy notices from your doctor, your insurance agent, and every enterprise that you have ever done … Continue reading

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He Doesn’t Give A Damn

I was lamenting Friday night’s court decision in Texas.  Across from me was a doctor, a really smart guy, who was not displeased.  Upon prodding he finally agreed that many people, perhaps millions of Americans, might have reason to be … Continue reading

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Beating The System

Open Enrollment season is coming to a close. The big challenge in Ohio is to pick the health insurance plan that will give you access to the doctors and hospitals you would want to utilize if you get sick or … Continue reading

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Today’s Question

It is Open Enrollment here at Cunix Insurance Services. In eight short weeks I will email or talk with close to 500 people.  I have six to eight appointments in my office every day.  And it really doesn’t matter if … Continue reading

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HOW?

The elections are over and most of the results are in. Most, but not all.  A few races won’t be decided for several weeks.  For good or ill, none of Ohio’s contests were that close.  The winners can now begin … Continue reading

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Massaging The Message

I was lying face down on a massage table in the Beachwood Mall Comfort Zone. My lower back was giving me grief and this was the place to go.  The place was packed.  Every table and massage chair was filled. … Continue reading

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Hide And Seek

November 4, 1995 was a warm fall day in Northeast Ohio. I was driving to Kidron to talk to some Amish craftsmen about a dining room table.  I remember the day because that was when the news broke that Art … Continue reading

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Deep In the Heart(less) Of Texas

  We don’t need no health insurance We don’t need no safety net The political leaders, all of them well-insured, have the people of Texas singing a bastardized version of Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2.  “We … Continue reading

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