Corporate Services

Better Health Advisors’ integrated, concierge health services enhance your company’s benefits package, while increasing employee productivity and job satisfaction. Our expert health advisors will help your employees navigate the complexities of the healthcare system and ensure that they receive the best possible care.

We offer companies the following health advisory services:

Identifying and arranging access to top doctors and specialists
Providing in-person or phone support during emergency room visits, hospital stays, and key medical appointments
Assessing current health care providers and recommending new providers
Researching medical conditions and treatment options
Supporting and advising employees in their healthcare decision-making
Arranging for second opinions of original diagnoses and treatment plans
Scheduling and managing doctor’s appointments
Communicating with and coordinating care among multiple healthcare providers

How Better Health Advisors benefits your company:

Help your top performers stay healthy and focused
Avoid unnecessary services, misdiagnoses, and inefficient care
Reduce insurance costs by working within your insurance plan
Manage high-cost claims
Reduce sick days
Boost employee job satisfaction and productivity
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Getting an Overwhelmed Executive Back on Track

Tom, a 49-year-old executive in Manhattan, was in treatment for Parkinson’s disease, but he wasn't sure it was working. He came to Better Health Advisors to explore his options and get help managing his medical bills. Read Tom's story.

Tom, 49
Executive, Manhattan

Managing a Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis

Laura, 52, was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer. She also has moderate Parkinson’s disease. Her daughter, Meredith, called Better Health Advisors because she was concerned about her mother's care. Read Laura’s story.

Laura, 52
Analyst, Long Beach

Overcoming an Addiction to Pain Medication

Rachel, 48,  was referred to Better Health Advisors by a friend, because she needed help controlling her chronic pain. She was unable to work or participate in social activities, but didn't realize she had developed an opioid addiction. Read Rachel’s story.

Rachel, 48
Paralegal, Chicago

Have healthcare questions?

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