Do You need a Healthcare Advocate?
Managing your healthcare needs can be overwhelming and complex. This is especially true if you’re facing a healthcare emergency or are just trying to plan for your health needs. Fortunately, Care Navigators is here to help. Our team consists of social workers, nurses, and others who possess the experience and knowledge needed to help you manage and understand your healthcare options. Whether you’re looking for help with medication management, dementia care, or any other healthcare concern, we’re here for you.
What We Can Do for You
At Care Navigators, we take pride in knowing we offer high-quality patient care advocate services to a wide variety of people. Just a few of the services we offer include:
- Housing Coordination
- Medication Management
- Care Assessment
- Elder Care Solutions
- Legal Support
- Wellness Program
Our staff can work with people at all different stages of geriatric healthcare needs — from coordinating home care services to accompanying clients to medical appointments to filling out applications for disability pay, we do it all.
Why Should You Choose Care Navigators?
Our Care Managers are trained professionals who have the ability to help individuals understand and make decisions regarding their healthcare. The Care Navigators team is dedicated to improving both the independence and quality of life of our patients. We are compassionate about our work and always make sure our clients are making the decisions that are best for their health.
Making decisions regarding healthcare is not something that should be taken lightly. Patients themselves or family members can choose our services to help make the process of forming and following through on decisions. With our care management and representation services, you can take control of your healthcare needs.
We offer a free consultation, so don’t hesitate to give us a call. If you’re interested in any of the following services, please contact us today for more information:
- Education, support and guidance for client, caregivers and families to cope with the effects of the client’s disease
- Evaluation of medical interventions currently being utilized on current treatment plan
- Liaison for client at all MD appointments
- Evaluation of key medical providers involved to identify any gaps in communication or needs being unmet
- Discussion surrounding other possible laboratory or medical tests to identify other treatment plans
- Focus on strategies for increasing a client’s quality of life
- Coordination of care with physicians
- Coordination of care with skilled and non-skilled home care
- Coordination of care in the home, whether it is a single-family home or a community
- Coordination of care in a rehabilitation center or nursing home
- The duties of a healthcare advocate or patient care advocate are as follows:
- Effective communication and education for families, facilities and communities
- Creation and maintenance of a medication/allergy/medical history list for MD visits/providers
- Dispute resolution with healthcare providers and insurers
- Focus and education on client rights, matters of privacy, and confidentiality
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