As nurses, we know how the healthcare system works.
As your nurse advocate, we’ll make it work for you.
People who are sick or injured often feel ill-equipped to deal with the healthcare system. A Nurse Advocate becomes their expert guide and ally, making sure they understand their options and get the best care. Unions and employers can offer advocacy as a benefit. Individuals can engage us hourly.
Mobile Care Coordinator® Program
If you manage a self-funded health plan, you want to help members take care of themselves. Yet some face crisis after crisis due to preventable or manageable health conditions. Our Mobile Care Coordinator (MCC) Program breaks that cycle when a nurse literally shows up during a crisis and forms a bond of trust.
High ROI Makes MCC Program Top Choice for Population Health
A report by an independent research firm shows the return on investment in the Guardian Nurses Mobile Care Coordinator® Program is at least 3-to-1 for people needing acute care and 4-to-1 for people with chronic and/or complex health issues.
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Struggling with a healthcare issue? Get peace of mind with Guardian Nurses on your side and by your side every step of the way.
Health & Welfare Funds
Can better healthcare actually cost less? Yes, when Guardian Nurses ensures patients get fast, appropriate treatment and followup.
News & Insights
Betty and Jeneane Fitzmaurice, RN, BSN, talk about healthy strategies for people with diabetes during the sugar-filled holiday season. Good advice for everyone hoping for a healthier holiday!
Guardian Nurses Monica Nash and Lori Rivkin
What happens when your health insurance denies a claim? Can you fight back? Yes (!) say Guardian Nurses Monica Nash, RN, BSN and Lori Rivkin, RN, BSN in this week’s podcast.
What’s shingles? Who is likely to get it? Who should get the vaccine? This week, Betty talks to Briana Coughlin, PharmD., to learn all about it.
When Tiffany Sutphin was given three months to live, she contacted Guardian Nurse Andy Votendahl, RN, BSN, for help finding a hospice. Nurse Andy looked at her case and refused — helping to save Tiffany’s life as she supported her in her journey back to health.