Why you need a healthcare consultant

Updated: Jul 2, 2019



Even though Canada has one of the world's best healthcare systems, it can be confusing and intimidating at times. A healthcare consultant can help you navigate the complexities of the system. They can help you access healthcare services, connect you to premier service providers and help you make the most of your 10 minutes with a specialist.


You may think, why pay someone for being my healthcare consultant? Well, have you ever thought about why we pay our financial consultants? We pay them for their expertise and familiarity with the system, their knowledge on the subject and their ability to tailor services to suit their client's goals and needs.


You may be in two minds about signing up for their services, but think about it this way: eventually you are saving your own time and money, and relieving yourself of the stress and anxiety that often accompany healthcare related issues. Being organised and knowing what to expect, knowing what questions to ask and getting reliable information is key in making an informed decision and takes away a lot of stress. That is what healthcare consultants do: empower you and provide you with the information and resources required to make informed decisions and access the best possible healthcare services.


After all, this is your health we're talking about....... why think twice? A healthcare consultant can do all this and much more to help you and your loved ones get the care they deserve....nothing but the best!


Visit www.in4med.ca to connect with Dr. Nikita Parikh, Healthcare Consultant, in4MED


Nikita

Healthcare Consultant, in4MED

nikita.parikh@in4med.ca

www.in4med.ca



The author of this blog post is a Physician with over 10 years of experience working in the healthcare system as a clinician, researcher and educator. She is passionate about healthcare for older adults and strives to be a resourceful inspiration to caregivers.


*No content on this site, regardless of date, should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified healthcare professional.

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