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August 7, 2015

Theresa was billed $615 from a physicians group. She was concerned because typically she pays a small copay for office visits. We were able to confirm that the insurance never received the claims. We contacted the billing department and they in turn filed them with ins...

August 7, 2015

Ellen was caring for her mom, and Ellen also has Lupus. She called CarePartner in desperation, tearful on the phone with no where to turn. Ellen’s siblings were

August 7, 2015

Tom had concerns about the health insurance policy he purchased through his state’s exchange. He felt he wasn’t getting the best value for the amount he paid in

August 7, 2015

Jessica’s three-year-old son was rushed to hospital in July for an acute episode of asthma. He was hospitalized for four days. The family received a billing not

April 10, 2015

Gloria was discharged from the hospital following a hip replacement. We had previously helped with another hospital stay for Gloria and received a call from her

April 10, 2015

Carolyn was recently released from the hospital following pneumonia and also has Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) which is a very serious breathing

April 10, 2015

Harold had a recent heart attack and was being released from the hospital. Before leaving the hospital, he told hospital staff that he did not need home healthcare services since his daughter, Joyce would be taking care of him. He made this decision without consulting...

April 10, 2015

James had a recent hip replacement and was released from the hospital. We received a call from Lois, his wife, on a Friday afternoon. Lois was worried that Jame

December 4, 2014

Caregiving-related stress is killing you. Seriously, those who care for the chronically ill typically die four to eight years earlier than they would if they weren’t in a long-term caregiving role.

November 28, 2014

When looking for a Medicare Plan there are three things to consider. It doesn’t matter if you are looking into a Traditional Medicare Plan with Part A and B, then supplement it with a prescription drug plan and Medigap policy or going with a Medicare Part C. When combi...

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