Healthcare with Maura Carley

  Maura Carley outlines your healthcare options post-divorce, the "windows" for enrollment and where to find more information and advice on coverage options.

Maura Carley outlines your healthcare options post-divorce, the "windows" for enrollment and where to find more information and advice on coverage options.

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About Maura Carley

www.healthcarenavigation.com

MAURA CARLEY is Founder and President of Healthcare Navigation LLC, a national healthcare advocacy and consulting firm with offices in Darien, Connecticut, Chicago, Illinois and Bonita Springs, Florida.

Maura founded Healthcare Navigation, LLC in 1999, based on a passionate belief that consumers and patients deserve professional guidance in dealing with an increasingly complex and adversarial healthcare world.  Healthcare Navigation professionals evaluate healthcare coverage options for clients and provide medical claims management and dispute resolution services.  The firm does not sell insurance.

Carley is also the author of Health Insurance:  Navigating Traps and Gaps, which became Amazon’s #1 best seller on health insurance shortly after its publication in 2012 and was awarded the Living Now Book award in 2015.   

Before founding Healthcare Navigation, Carley served in executive positions both in the hospital and insurance industries.  She is a former Regional Director of Kaiser Permanente, one of the nation’s largest HMOs.  She began her career as an assistant administrator at Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Carley received her Master’s in Public Health from Yale University and completed the Kaiser Permanente Executive Program through the Stanford University Business School.  She is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a certified health insurance consultant.

Carley has spoken on healthcare topics at programs across the United States.  She has been interviewed in articles for major national periodicals including Smart Money Magazine, Consumer Reports Money Advisor, Business Week, Congressional Quarterly, Private Wealth Magazine, Money Magazine, Prevention Magazine, Investment News, and the Wall Street Journal.