Why Do You Need One?

Information, advice, assurance, peace of mind. When you or someone you care about is sick, it’s normal to feel afraid. You might feel betrayed by your body, disoriented, or simply thrown off your routine. When caring for someone else, the sense of responsibility can be overwhelming. You might have recently lost your insurance. Perhaps your support system is across the country. Besides managing strong emotions, you have to understand care networks, tiered pharmacy benefits, and unintelligible billing statements.
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That’s where an advocate can step in. We know the system, decipher the strange vocabulary, know your rights as a patient, help you find the best care, and can make the most of your insurance benefits. An effective advocate will lower your stress, save you time, and find cost savings opportunities. We turn the impossible into standard fare, and we’re with you every step of the way.
“Healthcare is emotional. I speak from my own experience with family and friends. I can focus on what can get in the way of taking care of yourself or being present when someone needs you. There’s a game plan. You’ll know what to expect, the insurance makes sense, the support group is in place, the best resource for treating your condition has been identified. You’ll have the time and energy to stay on top of your life, no matter what age you are. You won’t have to go it alone. I’ve got your back.” Jan Stone