Health

Right Care, Right Now

by Stuart D. Heaslet

Right Care, Right Now

Released on Monday, May 7, 2012, "Right Care, Right Now" is a practical no-nonsense guide about representing a patient in today's health care system.

Written for people short on time who need information quickly, it contains twenty chapters of powerful patient advocate strategies and techniques, as well as website links to major research,  physician, hospital, drug and government insurance portals. It is an easy-to-read reference that will help a patient advocate improve the odds of a patient's recovery in one of the most complex medical bureaucracies on the planet.

“Right Care, Right Now” was researched and written for those who have little, if any, experience managing the medical affairs of a family member.

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Good Doc, Bad Doc

by Stuart D. Heaslet

Good Doc, Bad Doc

GOING ON SALE JUNE 1, 2012!

For patients and health advocates who need a fast reference to find the best doctor, surgeon or hospital for a particular illness or condition. A practical, easy-to-read guide. Tips include:

  • How to do background checks on medical providers.
  • What you should you ask a doctor before you choose them.
  • How to obtain second and third opinions, and why choosing colleagues of your primary care doctor for those opinions may be inappropriate.
  • When and how to fire a doctor.

And much more. "Good Doc, Bad Doc" draws heavily from sections about choosing doctors and hospitals within the book "Right Care, Right Now," the popular guide for patient advocates written by the author.

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Personal Finance and Taxes

Slash IRS Back Taxes

by Gary W. Lundgren, EA & Stuart D. Heaslet

Slash IRS Back Taxes

Simply the best no-nonsense step-by-step guide you will ever need to file an Offer in Compromise Application to the IRS.

Updated in 2012, this book has little-known tips and strategies that can improve the odds of a favorable and permanent settlement of delinquent taxes, penalties & interest for a fraction of the original debt.

Actual case histories illustrate real-life Offer in Compromise case settlements, some for less than one cent per dollar of original debt.

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