Navigating with your medical care and concerns, promoting overall healing.

"Healthcare is like a box of chocolates. We never know what we're going to get."

The more obstacles we are faced with the more confusing the healthcare system and the more erroneous or dangerous it becomes. The more we need healthcare navigators to help navigate the system successfully. Patient Navigators, protect patients, keeping them safe. Members of the National Association of Healthcare Advocacy, fulfill the role of knowing the heath care route from beginning to end, and safely navigating patients along it. 
Today, people are living longer with an array of physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges. You don't have to fall through the cracks.


Experience * Commitment * Reliability 

Elements of a care management program includes: 1. Comprehensive Care Plan 2. Dedicated Care Team 3. Hospital to Home Program 4. Patient Education Materials 5. Medication and Care Management Tools 6. Expanded Communication Between Patients and Healthcare Professionals 7. Care Coordination with Community and Home-Based Providers.


Standards, Ethics, and the Allegiance Factor.

Our Services: medical diagnosis clarification, collaboration with primary care provider and medical (palliative care) team, brainstorming, mediation (helping families manage health-related issues), medical/dental billing resolutions, medical tourism coordination and lay ministry. It's about the goal of making sure you get what you need, foster healing, and feel safe. We work for the patient, acting as an liason, in order to connect their care concerns as timeously and efficiently as possible to achieve answers and clarity. 

Independent, Privately Hired Facilitator.

Care management has emerged as a leading practice-based strategy for managing the health of populations with complex or chronic medical conditions.  By incorporating systems, science, information technology and encouragement, care management programs can raise the quality of care and help patients improve and maintain better health. 
A Patient Navigator/Facilitator is a professional who can step in, and fill the needs of someone who feels as if their physical, mental, or financial health is in jeopardy.  We have a team of experts ready to assist you with Palliative Care Team resolutions. 


Benefits of care management typically include: * Higher patient satisfaction * Improved clinical outcomes * Reduced use of high-cost acute care services * More primary and/or preventive care visits * Fewer duplicative tests and procedures 
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Patient Navigators are greatly needed during these challenging times.

Do you have the personality & skills to be a good Patient Navigator? If so, join via our platform, through the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates (aphaadvocates.org).
*  You must be a people person * You must be a good listener * You must be empathetic * You must have patience * You must have thick skin (Ethics, Standards, and Honor our Allegiance Factor) * You must be a creative problem solver and decision-maker * You must be a confident communicator * You must be trustworthy and ethical.

Patients and caregivers have to make alot of decisions, sometimes at the spur of the moment. Crucial decisions help patients reach their full potential, and can save their life.
A Patient Navigator assist patients, through their journey towards healing. Patients should have a healthcare binder with their goals, doctors names and contact information, medications, surgery dates, home health information, medical equipment, diagnostic reports, support groups, and clergy.


Providing a complete network of support for patients, caregivers and families. 

Expertise. Intuition. Ingenuity.

We are dedicated to the improvement of the overall well-being, outcomes leading to a high standard of patient-centered care and a better quality of life.


Comprehensive Analysis

Becoming your own Patient Advocate: Doing the background research on doctors and choosing the best medical ally, maximize time spent with your doctor, be proactive, know when to change your medical care team, recognize the weight of your choices and fight for your quality of life. 
We will establish your goals and align expectations. If you have any questions, simply reach out to us.

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No matter what stage of medical illness, rest assured that we will provide the resources and guidance you need for Palliative Care Collaboration. 
Proud Member Associations: National Association of Healthcare Advocacy, National Association of Social Workers. 


For more information about our services, simply reach out today.

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(301) 502-4227

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