#60 | Julie Stover | Managing My Parents’ Doctor’s Appointments

Dec 15, 2023

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#60 | Julie Stover | Managing My Parents' Doctor's Appointments
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Our guest today is Julie Stover, who is currently developing a consulting service along with her business partner Noelle Grahm. Together, they will uniquely support aging seniors and their families by drawing from their combined backgrounds in acute, outpatient, and skilled therapy; Medicare and Medicaid managed care plans; and her own personal experience navigating through her parents’ and family members’ aging needs. Their goal is to help provide support and empower seniors and their family members to learn how to be better advocates through the aging process, to assess their needs and provide results-driven education and solutions, and to offer resources and tools to help them navigate through medical needs and healthcare.

 

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Bookmarks:

00:00 – Intro

00:55 – Intro to Julie Stover

01:47 – Expectations for Going to the Doctor’s Office

05:33 – Insurance Expectations

10:01 – Etiquette for the Doctor’s Appointment

15:12 – Documents to Prepare

22:26 – Ad Break

22:31 – Managing a Family Calendar

29:27 – Handling an ER Visit

37:43 – Julie Stover’s Contact Info

 

 

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