Too busy and/or far away to provide the care coordination your elderly family member needs.
Accompany a loved one who is having tests performed, or is in rehab, the hospital, or a nursing home,
To be accompanied to a doctors visit
To make sure that you or a loved one takes their medication correctly.
To help resolve family disagreement about an important medical decision
To become more knowledgeable about your condition, treatment, and your health.
Uncertain that your diagnosis is correct
Explore possibility of better treatment options
For a second opinion from an objective expert in the field
To protect yourself from medical errors
A recent cancer diagnosis
Don't know where to turn for advice
Need to make a treatment decision and are overwhelmed with information
A comprehensive care plan
An online health record.
Help a family member with a psychological/psychiatric condition
A family member needs oversight of medical care
Help with an end-of-life plan for yourself or a loved one.
Better manage a chronic condition
A relapse prevention plan
Coordinate providers to collaborate as a team.
Education and coaching
Organization of medical records
Help with insurance issues.
Obtaining second (and third) opinions
Comprehensive care plan
Coordination of doctors' appointments and lab visits
Advocacy at physician appointments,
Hospital bedside monitoring
Medications reviews and coordination
Treatment options research
Researching clinical trial access
Coordination with social workers and assisted living administrators
Unannounced visits to assisted living or nursing home
Assisted living and nursing home recommendations
Malpractice and medical error review
A better health outcome
Higher quality care
Peace of mind
Less unnecessary and unwanted care
Better self health management
Greater knowledge of your health
More informed treatment decisions