Let’s Play Jeopardy!

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Channeling Alex Trebec here… a few answers for you, with questions that may sound familiar…

Most stem from real patients and caregivers who seek help getting what they need from the healthcare system.

Your job is to figure out what the question is, then, hopefully, to act accordingly.


Healthcare Challenges for $100

Answer: My Father, who has had many different health problems. Our family needs help understanding how to navigate Medicare and finding long-term care or home health services.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?

Healthcare Challenges for $200

Answer: My friend Susan. She has reached the coverage gap with Medicare D. She needs help right away obtaining Plavix and Cardizem because she will go into cardiac arrest without these drugs and is too overwhelmed to file paperwork.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?

Healthcare Challenges for $300

Answer: A 77-year old patient with a pain pump. He can’t find a doctor who will help manage his pain, and maintain the pain pump.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?

Healthcare Challenges for $400

Answer: My brother. He suffered a stroke and underwent surgery – he is now at the Rehab Facility and his insurance is denying his care at the Rehab despite the main doctors letter and Rehab Center letter stating he needs care.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?

Healthcare Challenges for $500

Answer: A man in Orlando who is being ignored during his hospital stay and just wants to be discharged.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?


And in the Double Jeopardy! round:

Answer: Millions of Americans and Canadians who find potholes, brick walls and other hurdles during their journeys through the healthcare system. They can’t get what they want and need. They require professional help.

What is the question? Who can be helped by a professional private, independent patient advocate or care manager?


Now it’s time for Final Jeopardy!

Answer: Someone who wants to become a private, independent patient advocate, wants access to courses, and business advice, certification information, and most importantly, other advocates who are succeeding in business to help along the way.

So what is the Question?

Who should join The Alliance of Professional Health Advocates?

An also-acceptable answer: YOU!

Fool Me Once, Shame on You, But Fool Me Twice….
Physicians Buying In – Bring on the Patient Advocates!

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