a day in the life of assistance

Graciela,

First, you wrote a nice blog, although I still do not understand why it took you all day to finish a cup of coffee ….

Please allow me to vent a little, but I will try to keep it nice.

I could not sleep last night – I am a victim of government healthcare. I am also one of the millions penalized by ObamaCare, which has cost me about $20,000 over the last 5 years as Obama has taken money from other programs to pay for his ObamaCare.

But, is that the reason I am outraged?

No.

I am a victim of government healthcare, specifically, medical malpractice – the leading cause of death in America. They call it iatrogenesis.

For every 10 people ObamaCare might help, they will kill 9.

Yet, they call the STUPID THING AFFORDABLE …. If you are going to kill millions of US, why is it so EXPENSIVE for the rest of US?

Wayne
Luvsiesous.com

Graciela Guzman

It’s hard to explain a new field of work to the public: you get a lot of “what is that?” “what do you do?” “is that even a job?”Assisters are a brand new position for most institutions like mine. To add to the confusion, they can be called several things: in person counselors, certified application counselors, navigators. All of these are just super fancy names for the role of guiding the community through the terrain of the Affordable Care Act.

The job is not your typical 9-5: weekend and nights are tacitly mandatory. Unless your organizations have a lot of man power and money–PrimeCare is not in this boat– the job is not just strictly enrollment and education. Assisters are master jugglers, balancing phone calls to answer questions, appointment setting, case follow-up, one on one and family appointments, administrative paper work. If you’re my team, add the difficulty of doing…

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First, I blogged on blogger, then Myspace - soon I was consistently ranked. Next, I quit. Then the blogging addiction came back .... Comments are appreciated. Not nice comments are edited. You can follow me at the top right.
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