Tzachi Saki Litov

Navon Health
Tzachi Saki
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Tzachi Saki Litov

Navon Health
Advocate Location
Bellevue , WA 98006
Medical Guidance
Other Services
Wellness & Lifestyle
(425) 414-8842
TeleAdvocacy Option Unknown
Consultation Fees Unknown
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How I Can Help
As an Independent Patient Advocate, Tzachi will:
• Provide services to patients as they navigate complex healthcare systems
• Work directly with patients to ensure that they have a voice in their care
• Work to make sure that patients have enough information to promote informed decision making,
• Play an informational role
• Commit to helping patients make informed choices and access resources
• Ensure a patient's wishes are the guiding force behind decisions affecting medical care and the withholding of care
• Collaborate effectively with other members of the healthcare team.

EI Health is the collaboration of Tzachi and his partner Dr. Lara Litov, a physician specializing in functional and integrative medicine. Together, EI Health offers the following services:

• Medical / Navigational Assistance and Case Management
• Medical Billing / Health Insurance / Medicare / Payer Assistance
• Home Health, Eldercare, End-of-Life Services
• Shared Decision Making
• Mental Health / Substance Abuse Advocacy Services
• Mediation Assistance for Family Health Matters
• Prevention Services
• Finding Alternative, Complementary Treatment Options
Important Information About Me
  • I am insured
  • My geographical area of practice is Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area & Nationally
Why I Became A Professional Health Care Advocate
Since I was a young child, I have always been a caregiver. I chose to be a combat medic, knowing I would be helping others and have made a career out of advocating for the greater good of society as an executive in non-profit and healthcare administration with over 20 years experience. I have also spent a fair amount of time taking care of and advocating for both my parents (of blessed memory) as they aged and dealt with dialysis, wound rehab, sepsis and more.

I am also a survivor of medical errors when a surgeon, after a routine operation, dismissed both my and my families' concerns that something was not right during recovery. Thankfully my wife, a physician and gifted diagnostician arranged for a second opinion and I was hospitalized immediately for raging sepsis. I am lucky to be alive today, thanks to MY advocate and now make it my commitment to help ensure, to the best of my ability, nothing like this happen again - unnecessarily.
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Formal Education
Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Mgmt - Executive Leadership - 2010
University of Washington, Non-Profit Management - 2007
Additional Skills
I am a veteran, have traveled the world, lived in developing countries and am very comfortable and understanding of the cultural & religious differences and sensitivities that affect how patients perceive the help they are receiving or struggle with navigating our overly complex healthcare system.