Learn how healthcare advocates help clients and their families navigate the complexities of the medical and longterm care systems.
Thursday December 28, 2017
10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
Dial-in Number: (425) 440-5010
Link for online listening: http://www.iTeleseminar.com/103458504
My guest Lynda Hollander helps patients and their families understand the healthcare system when they are in times of greatest need. She guides them through the decision-making process, explores options for care and housing, and helps them negotiate with care providers to receive the best care possible. She'll share here insights and stories about advocating for the ill and elderly.
In this interview you will learn:
What a healthcare advocate does
Why this type of advocacy is important and needed right now
Who benefits from healthcare advocacy
How patients and family members can find a healthcare advocate
How to become a healthcare advocate to help others navigate the medical system
Lynda Hollander has an extensive background as a licensed nursing home administrator and healthcare advocate. With over 30 years in the health care field, her experiences include running numerous skilled nursing facilities, working with local hospice organizations and hospitals in the New Jersey area. Lynda’s lifelong vision has been to assist those with difficult health care situations. This led her to become a Certified Healthcare Navigator through the University of Miami’s healthcare advocacy program and to obtain her master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Cincinnati.
As a member of the National Association of Healthcare Advocacy Consultants and a Nursing Home Administrator, currently licensed in New Jersey, Lynda now focuses on providing medical guidance to clients who need to navigate the complex healthcare system.