Cancer/Chronic Care Navigation

There When You Need Us The Most.

Life is so unpredictable, that we never know what tomorrow will bring. Most insurance come with insurance that covers a cancer are chronic diagnosis, but wouldn’t it be great if you had something additional that’s personal and designed to help you every step of the way.

How We Can Help?

  • Locate Specialty Doctors
  • Clinical Trial Locator
  • Chronic Care Navigator
  • Custom Get Well Gift
  • Support Group Locator
  • Plus Much More…..

We know it is never easy to deal with a chronic illness that’s why we are here with you every step of the way.

How Is The Middle Handling Covid-19

What is considered the middle?

Everyone’s talking about saving America’s middle class. But just who exactly falls into this group?

That’s actually a much more difficult question to answer than it seems. While some experts define the middle class by income, others define it by lifestyle. Still others say it’s a state of mind.

Let’s Take A Look

I’ve spoken to some who’ve considered themselves middle class and they are a bit angry right now because their income has declined but they make to much right now to receive government services and not quite enough to provide adequate resources for their family. So yes, what happens to those in the middle.

White Collar Effect

Unemployment has fallen from its pandemic peak of near 15%, but the rate stood at 8.4% in August, up from 3.5% in February, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Unemployment for the arts, design, media, sports and entertainment was 12.7% in August, more than triple its year-earlier level. In education, it more than doubled to 10.2%. Sales and office unemployment was 7.8% in August, up from 3.8% in August 2019.

Architects and engineers, who earn $1,826 in average weekly pretax income, well above the $1,389 average among full-time wage and salaried workers, have seen unemployment rise to 3.7% from 0.8% a year earlier. Unemployment for computer and math occupations, which earn $1,919 a week on average, more than tripled to 4.6%.

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Value of prevention work can’t be measured.

They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

But the vital work done by Riverside Healthcare Breast Health Navigator Allison Heil and the team she works with is more valuable than the most weighty amount of gold, and there is no price you can put on the amount of satisfaction she gets from performing her duties.

Those duties include promoting preventative efforts while also helping women diagnosed with breast cancer navigate the often bumpy road to recovery. While the process can involve some challenging moments, the challenge proves worthwhile when Heil encounters a survivor she worked with previously.
— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/www.daily-journal.com/news/local/value-of-prevention-work-cant-be-measured/article_0cc98e88-0a3f-11eb-8c87-d7feea69fb3a.amp.html