Meet Jan Stone

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You can always negotiate medical bills.

If you don’t have insurance, ask your health care provider upfront
what services you’ll be charged for.

- Jan Stone,

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Your healthcare advocate, in her own words.

“I’ve seen a lot. After working for twenty years in select professional healthcare settings, I came to understand that dealing with the system could become as difficult a burden to bear as whatever ailment brought you there in the first place. I realized what I’ve learned can help other patients, and allow them to focus on getting well. I know what to immediately look for in a good doctor, how clinics and hospitals work in the exam room and the business office. I also know the ins and outs of insurance companies. My deep understanding of healthcare, as well as hands-on experience in preventive care and disease management has given me a coveted insider’s view. I can now apply this knowledge to those needing guidance.” ~Jan Stone

Jan Stone’s experience in healthcare has given her a 360 perspective. She is a veteran health care professional, with over 25 years experience in the field and boasts an impressive network of colleagues and resources. She became an expert in Medicare Advantage while working for the leading insurance company, Humana, as well as Health Alliance of Austin, collaborating with national and local employer groups to create programs to improve the health of their employees. An author and host of numerous presentations on the nuances of health insurance, she has experienced the healthcare system from every angle. While at the American Cancer Society her work centered on wellness, managing Tobacco Cessation across the country. Early in her career, she was a chemotherapy coordinator at a local infusion center. Interacting with patients during all stages of their disease ignited her passion for helping people navigate the complexities of our healthcare system. Her vast experience on the corporate site, in the insurance industry and in administration at leading medical facilities, provides the deep knowledge needed to help her clients. She is a member of National Association of Healthcare Advocacy, Greater National Advocates, and The Alliance of Professional Health Advocates. A native of Texas, she received a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas and is currently based in Austin, serving clients locally and anywhere in the country.
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