Section 1:Your Guide to Develop Your Healthcare Personal/Family Planner
Healthcare consumers rarely think or plan about their healthcare. Consumers spend more time planning for a family vacation than they do healthcare. The Personal/Family Health Planner is a document that guides the healthcare consumer to develop an annual medical and financial plan.
Healthcare medical and financial events, planned or not planned, can be devastating to an individual or family. At a minimum, your Personal/Family Health Plan can plan for expected healthcare events, such a new baby, surgical procedure to fix your hip, etc…. In addition, your Personal/Family Health Plan can take into account any chronic health conditions that currently exist and your age. The older you are, the likelihood exists you will have more medical problems.
Planning for your healthcare annually can be very daunting. As the healthcare landscape changes, this process will become very important. Today’s healthcare consumer has been delegated the responsibility to manage their healthcare. The goal is to help the consumer with a practical approach to plan for their healthcare. The following steps will start the process.
Section 2: Healthcare Medicare/Medicare Advantage, Medicaid and Social Security Navigator
Heading into retirement brings a slew of new topics to grapple with, and one of the most maddening may be Medicare. Figuring out when to enroll in Medicare and which parts to enroll in can be daunting even for the savviest consumers. There’s Part A, Part B, Part D, medigap plans, Medicare Advantage plans and so on. And what the heck is a doughnut hole, anyway?
Medicaid is changing, and our goal is to provide the consumer help to navigate the changes.
Social Security is a HOT TOPIC. This section will help you navigate changes that may affect you.
Our goal is to help the consumer navigate Traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage.