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Professional Health Advocates

For Supporters, Non-Members
and Someday Members


News and Notes
January 2019

Patient Advocates, Health Navigators,
Medical Billers, Case and Care Managers
... and others who wish to help patients
find their best outcomes
from the healthcare system.
  
 
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Titles of Interest
What Do You Want to Learn?
Because Greetings Should Be All About Them
Like Learning to Ride Your Bike
So What Are You S’Posed to Do With Those Hospital Prices?
Pricing Your Worth
The Accidental Advocate
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New!  Launching Soon!
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APHA Connect! Discussion Forum
 
•    TIPS for Starting or Building Your Practice
Keepage? Leakage?
•  New Pricing Rules for Hospitals
Shingrix vaccine
Client Management Tools
•   Media Requests and an Advisory Opportunity
Care to join the conversation?  Here's How
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Time to Register!
 
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Patient Advocate
Certification Board
 
It's time to register for the next exam to earn your BCPA (Board Certified Patient Advocate)

If you are interested in becoming PACBoard certified, learn more about registration for the March 2019 exam.
       
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  Covers all you need to know to start in private practice as a health advocate and get a good start. It doesn't shunt off financial and business requirements amidst a plethora of hype.  
       
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    Learn more, then purchase the book:

The Health Advocate’s
Start and Grow Your Own Practice Handbook
 
 
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Wonder about all your
professional advocacy
options and resources?

We've put them all in one place:
www.HealthAdvocateResources.com

Questions?
We're here to help
And we'd love for you to join the Alliance.  Learn more. 
 
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