How I Can Help
Duties include coordinating resources and creating flexible, cost-effective options for catastrophically or chronically ill or injured individuals on a case by case basis to facilitate quality, individualized treatment goals. Facilitate communication and coordination among all members of the healthcare team to minimize fragmentation of the healthcare delivery system. Provide liaison services for the individual and the providers, as well as the community. Encourage appropriate use of medical facilities and services, improve quality of care, independent function, and maintain cost effectiveness. Experienced in workers compensation case management, catastrophic case management, as well as private care management. Our team handles everything from placement in a facility, medical bill reviews, medical records review, patient education, appointment attendance, and just about everything else you can imagine within patient advocacy.
Important Information About Me
- I offer a FREE Initial Consultation
- I offer TeleAdvocacy Service
- I am insured
- My geographical area of practice is USA and territories
Why I Became A Professional Health Care Advocate
Registered nurses and members of various professions exchange knowledge and ideas about how to deliver safe and high-quality health care, resulting in overlaps and constantly changing professional practice boundaries. In accordance with recommendations from professional organizations that team-based care improves safety, satisfaction, quality, and efficiency, nurses are contributing to and leading initiatives in the provision of team-based patient-centered care and development of a collegial work environment (Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel, 2011). According to the American Nurses Association (ANA) one objective of nursing is to achieve positive patient outcomes that maximize one's quality of life across the entire life-span. RNs facilitate the interdisciplinary and comprehensive care provided by all other healthcare professionals. We are to employ practices which are restorative, supportive, and promotive in nature. RNs regularly evaluate safety, effectiveness, and cost in the planning and delivery of nursing care. We recognize that resources are limited and unequally distributed. Standards to consider associated risks, benefits, and costs, current scientific evidence, expected trajectory of the condition, and clinical expertise with formulating outcomes.
Our Scope & Standard states that nursing practice is the Protection, Promotion, Optimization of health & abilities, Prevention of illness and injury, and the Alleviation of suffering through diagnosis and treatment of human response and advocacy in coursework core of individuals, families, communities, and populations (2003). Our goal is to achieve positive patient outcomes that maximize quality of life across lifespan, facilitate care provided by healthcare professionals, volunteers, paraprofessionals, engage in consultation with other colleagues for decisions making and planning to meet patient needs, and evaluate the safety, effectiveness, and costs in planning and delivery of nursing care.