One syndrome is surprisingly common among the children of high-net worth parents: “failure to launch.”
Here are nine tips that will help your family members stay healthy and financially secure as they age.
We often think of successful people as individuals, but everyone from Ben Franklin to Steve Jobs has spoken about the value of surrounding yourself with a smart team. A talented, supportive team is especially important in the medical field because it improves patient outcomes.
Determining which healthcare services are best for you, your family, or a client, is challenging. Here’s a look at three options and some information on when they are most useful.
Now is the best time for you and your clients to get your medical and end-of-life paperwork in order. It's worth revisiting these documents annually in case any of your plans or preferences need updating.
Just as with financial planning, a hospital visit is easier to manage if you prepare in advance and understand the process. These tips from hospital insiders will help you, your clients and their loved ones get better care.
Healthcare can get very expensive, very quickly – even for the very wealthy.
Health and wealth are connected, and a client’s health portfolio deserves the same expert attention that a financial advisor gives to their financial portfolio.
In the past six months since the onset of the pandemic, technology and healthcare have become increasingly intertwined.
By leveraging their networks and calling in favors, VIPs seek ways to circumvent the normal system as they strive to receive the best health care. Yet, paradoxically, VIPs often receive suboptimal – or even dangerous – care.
Clients rely on their advisor to reach their financial goals, yet few seek the same level of personalized, professional service when it comes to making healthcare decisions. A health advisor fills that gap.