I’m excited to announce that my book, Calling the Shots in Your Medical Care, is now available!
Calling the Shots was intentionally released around the US’s July 4th holiday because the book is all about declaring one’s independence:
* From doctors who do not have a patient’s best interest at heart,
* From unsavory medical personnel, and
* From abusive records departments who do not have a stake in the patient’s health.
The book is deliberately short and easy to read because, let’s face it, when a medical crisis occurs, few people want to read through large tomes that can cause information overload. Patients going through a crisis deserve more.
Calling the Shots is a call to action.
The book encourages patients to speak up, rather than give up.
The book helps patients distinguish between good and poor physicians.
The book encourages patients to stand up for themselves.
After all, if patients don’t advocate for themselves, who will?
For more details on the book, see the “Calling the Shots,” The Book tab and/or read health advocate Martine Ehrenclou’s review here.
To purchase Calling the Shots in Your Medical Care, click here. A Kindle version will be available soon.