Rich turn to healthcare advisers
Wall Street Journal, July 2, 2009
The wealthy are turning to financial advisers for help remedying healthcare headaches as trust companies, family offices, and private banks are developing new services to cater to growing demand from wealthy families for help navigating the healthcare system. These services include evaluating care options, checking insurance coverage, and handling bills and insurance claims.
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