Healthcare is complicated. Personal Health Advocates help you navigate the insurance and healthcare systems. They can help to:
- Untangle medical bills and insurance claims
- Locate doctors, specialists, hospitals, dentists and pharmacies
- Clarify benefits and answer questions about tests, treatments and medications
- Coordinate care among multiple providers
- Assist with eldercare and related healthcare issues
- Arrange second opinions
- Transfer medical records
- Provide information about generic drug options
Health Advocacy powered by Health Advocate™ FAQ
Q. What are the typical issues that Health Advocacy handles?
A. Health Advocacy representatives can address many medical questions and issues; including finding primary care and specialist physicians and medical institutions, and resolving claims, billing and related administrative problems. Health Advocacy also helps you access community resources, including senior care services that fall outside traditional healthcare coverage.
Q. How do I use this benefit?
A. Whether you’re confused by your health insurance, need help finding a specialist or transferring your medical records, Health Advocacy cuts through the red tape. Call the number on the back of your membership card to speak with a representative.
Q. Who will I speak with when I call?
A. Health Advocacy representatives are typically registered nurses supported by medical directors and benefits and claims specialists, who have a number of years of experience working in healthcare-related jobs. They are screened to make certain that they have both excellent personal communication skills and the necessary professional credentials.