Being An Educated Health Care Provider Is Important to Helping Your Patients Control Health Care Costs:

Approach Health Care Insurance Differently

 

We don’t sell insurance. We know the way the system works and we can share tips and tools to help you help your patients control health care costs.

Informed Decisions: Consumer Health Care Insurance Education Consulting

Why Medical Professionals Love This Book!

We have heard from a lot of doctors and other insurance people that the information in Don’t Buy THAT Health Insurance: Become an Educated Health Care Consumer is really helpful to them. Too often the patients think that you are the monster and they don’t understand how the health insurance companies are really the monsters that are eating their health care.

The Insurance Monster
  • Why do you charge what you charge for your services?
  • Which health insurance plan should I choose?
  • What is high deductible health insurance?
  • Why are you no longer in my network?
  • How does my health insurance work?

You tell me – what is the most important thing you think your patients need to understand, so that they can be educated consumers and be more involved in their health care decisions? You don’t have the time to answer all these questions nor do you really have the answers. The solution to your patient’s problems lies within them. Once they read how we came to have this type of free market system, what your role is and what their responsibilities are in their own health care, they will be able to answer the questions they are asking you all on their own!

Based on the feedback I have received, this book is a resource that can help your patients answer the questions like:

  1. I am new to this country.  I don’t understand your medical system and I need help making choices about my own or my family’s health care options.
  2. How do you set your prices?
  3. Why did you drop out of our network?
  4. Can I see you if I don't have insurance?
  5. Which health insurance plan should I choose?

 

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I have never met anyone who worked so hard to talk me out of spending money!

Nick Lordi, NALPRO Business Solutions

I wish my father could read your book - it explains exactly why he always said was the right way to approach insurance.
Inez H., Attorney

 

'Don't Buy That Health Insurance: Become an Educated Consumer' is a health insurance reference I keep going back to. M. Hanhart, Business Coach

 

Katherine is like the Susie Orman of Health Insurance - she makes it easy for my employees to understand and then make smart choices about their health care.

Robert Foster, Owner, Bridgewater Marble and Granite

Meet the Author

Washington Valley Library

Sunday March 10, 2013 1:00

Maplewood Library

Monday, March 11, 2013 7:00 – 8:30 pm

HR.com’s Health & Safety Virtual Event March 26 & 27, 2013 HR.com

Bridgewater Township Library

Wednesday March 27, 2013 10:00 am

 

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Get a Second Opinion

If you own a company or manage a company benefit plan, you know that renewals are never fun.

Did you know that your employees can help you LOWER your annual renewals?

It can be a team effort!  Your employees can help you control costs!  The first step toward cost control is education and awareness.  Until they know the rules, however, they can’t help you to help them!

Your health insurance broker shops and negotiates your health insurance each year.  They may also be able (on a limited basis due to HIPPA regulations) to manage some help with claim issues.

Learn More About how we can help you reduce Health Care Costs

Things You Should Know About the Affordable Care Act

There are 32 million people in the United States who don’t have health insurance.  They may not be able to get it because of pre-existing conditions, they may not be able to afford it, they may have chosen not buy health insurance and 1 in 4 uninsured is an illegal immigrant.

Many uninsured people use the emergency room as their primary care MD which is an enormous financial drain on our health care system.

Effective 2012, insurance companies will no longer be able to deny or drop sick children from coverage.

Effective 2012, parents can keep their dependent children on the health insurance until they are 26 years old.

Affordable Care Act Learn More about the About the Affordable Care Act and how it impacts you.

We love what we do! If you’d like to learn about Health Care Insurance Education and how we can transform how you feel about insurance, we’d love to hear from you!

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Katherine Woodfield, MBA

Katherine Woodfield, MBA
Author, Broker, 20 year veteran of the Health Care Industry and Author of “Don’t Buy THAT Health Insurance: Become an Educated Health Care Consumer

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