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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a patient advocate?
    A patient advocate helps with medical navigation by: Finding the right specialists Arriving at the correct diagnosis by finding second opinions Helping understand and make treatment choices Ensuring that correct therapy is provided in a safe and non distressing manner Making sure proper follow up occurs Facilitating communication between patient, family and providers and much more! Learn more about patient advocacy.
  • What kind of services do you offer?
    Harmony Patient Advocacy provides services such as: Assisting you to make decisions regarding your health care Providing thorough patient care Finding doctors to provide second opinions and much more! Read about all of the services we provide.
  • What services do you NOT offer?
    Harmony Patient Advocacy does not: Bill insurance Give medical advice or second opinions Provide direct, hands on healthcare or diagnosis, treatment or medical or nursing care of any type
  • What areas do you service?
    We provide direct, independent healthcare advocacy to individuals and families in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, and virtually nationwide. In person transportation and meetings can be discussed on a case by case basis.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Unfortunately there is no insurance reimbursement for my services.
  • What is the price range for your services?
    Our pricing can be found in the fees section of our website. However, our structure can be individualized and sources of subsidy might be available, so let's talk!
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