New Patient Advocacy Guide Reveals How Patients Can Save
Part of the SunRise River Press new releases, An ER Doctor's Guide by M. Schwindt, M.D. specifically targets simple yet effective ways the average patient can save on health care. As part of SunRise's promotion of the new series, An ER Doctor's Guide will be offered for free on Amazon this weekend (Jan 11-13).
Dr. Schwindt's latest book, An ER Doctor's Guide To Urgent Care & The Emergency Room, guides the reader through the most common illnesses and strategically reveals simple ways to keep your health care costs down and save time along the way.
Dr. Schwindt is more than familiar with helping people recover from a variety of illness and injury. As an ER doctor, he has witnessed first hand the uncontrollable rise in health care costs for the average patient. Schowindt explains simple illnesses and reveals the simple information necessary to help patients save. This concise guide is being published as part of SunRise River Press Publishing's new releases, and will be featured on Amazon this weekend for free.
Many patients are reluctant to speak up or refuse a test. "The reality is that patients are their own best advocates", Dr. Schwindt shared in a recent interview.
Doctors often order tests because they think the patient wants them or prescribe certain medications without asking the patient if they have any preference or thoughts. This book will arm the reader with precise information and simple strategies to help patients partner with their health care provider for a better result.
Dr. Schwindt has previously released several other best selling books on health care and education. He continues to write extensively in the health care arena while practicing Emergency Medicine at several regional hospitals.
An ER Doctor's Guide does what many books cannot “ it speaks from a perspective that both acknowledges the effects of health care economics while also understanding the perspective and concerns of patients. Schwindt speaks from first-hand experience, making this guide an honest approach to help others. By pulling back the curtain of medicine, this book will help the reader understand and apply simple strategies to help control their health care spending.