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An investigation by TIME found that, in 2014, a dismaying 8 percent of hospice workers did not visit their patients for crucial care at the end of their lives. If you have found yourself in a similar situation, we can help recommend alternate hospice groups and offer support at this time.read more
Do you have a loved one with Alzheimers? This interview can help you deal with the challenges you face. We want to thank Frank Fuerst from http://www.alzheimerscarebook.com/ for being with us today.read more
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Last week, we talked about the challenge that paying medical bills poses to many people, including those who have health insurance. Although they may not want to think about it, no one is exempt from facing high medical costs someday. With a little...read more
Mark woke up beside his wife feeling relief and joy just to have another day with her. After her recent health scare and one month stay in the hospital, he was happy it was all over. However, he did not know how to tell her how badly her medical bills had...read more
Due to rising healthcare costs, more and more insurers are having to take drastic measures to keep premiums low while maintaining their profit margins. Insurance provider Anthem has recently announced that it will no longer pay for MRIs and CT scans performed on an outpatient basis in hospitals across the country. As Modern Healthcare reports, Anthem’s new policy is indicative of the future, even though such measures may only serve to worsen patients’ access to care.read more
Just as you wouldn’t go into a courtroom alone without a good lawyer, and just as you wouldn’t invest your life savings into a piece of stock or business you knew little about without the help of a great investor, so too, would you really make decisions about the most important aspect of your life – your health – without the help of someone who both knows the industry and has your best interests at heart.read more
A time of illness is a stressful time for patients as well as for their families. The best-laid plans can go awry, judgment is impaired, and, put simply, you are not at your best when you are sick. Patients need someone who can look out for their best interests and help navigate the confusing healthcare system – in other words, an advocate.read more
You have survived the preparation for your visit to the hospital and, amazingly, you and your loved one have survived the operation and the in hospital recovery. We bet you think that you no longer need to worry or plan because the operation was a success and you and your loved ones seem fine.
However, this last part of your hospital visit — preparing to leave — is just as important, if not more important than any other part of your visit.read more
We have already discussed what to do before you get to the hospital in order to ensure that you and your loved ones will have a safe and comfortable stay at the hospital. Please go here for more information.
However, planning and preparation does not end as you enter the hospital door. Instead, it intensifies, here is where all your well-meant plans can crumble due to stress and unanticipated challenges. Not to worry though because we at CampaignZERO have your back, with easy to follow checklist and instructions.read more
Imagine for a moment the horror and dismay you would experience if you found out that after taking your loved one in for a routine procedure, that they have been infected or introduced to a dangerous and life changing disease due to hospital negligence.
This is not as far-fetched as you might think.read more
I ran across this story in the Advo Connection recently and had this gut wrenching reaction: “This could have been my mother. There is nothing unique to this situation that isn’t pandemic in the current medical climate.”read more
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