I hate doing sales, so how do I market my services?

This post was contributed by
Cindi Gatton, Pathfinder Patient Advocacy Group
a mentor for those who are building an advocacy practice.

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This really is the $64,000 question.  Patient advocacy as a professional discipline is certainly better understood now than it was even 5 years ago. But it’s still not a household word. Even in professions where a license conveys a skill set and “hanging out a ...

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Helping Clients Help Themselves

This post was contributed by
Linda Adler, Pathfinders Medical,
a mentor for those who are building an advocacy practice.

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Helping Clients Help Themselves

One of the best things we can do for our clients is to help them become good self advocates when we’re not around. Good communication is the key!

Specifically, we can work with them:

1.  To determine what their communication style is and how ...

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What Do You Need to Learn? What Do You Wish You Knew About the Practice of Advocacy?

This Health and Patient Advocate Programs website has been providing information about learning opportunities for advocates and care managers for more than five years. If there’s one thing we’ve learned, there will always been a need for further education!

With that premise, we kick off this blog on just that topic – learning opportunities for health and patient advocates and those who wish to become one.

We have an excellent lineup of blogging talent in front of us.  These are individuals, all ...

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