What is a guide?
Health guides are people who help consumers navigate the complex healthcare system. They can help members stay on top of exams, tests or preventive screenings, compare costs of health care services and find in-network doctors.
They can also support members with their medical bills, reviewing them for errors and managing disputes to reduce cost and time spent on unpaid claims.
The best health guides work one-on-one with members to simplify healthcare, transform the member experience, improve outcomes and lower costs for employees and their employers.
To maximize healthcare value, care navigation services must be delivered by expert clinicians who practice targeted, proactive outreach to members who stand to benefit most. This means working directly with members when they need it most to deliver condition triage, care decision support, coordination of care and lifestyle management.
What is a reference?
A reference is a written statement about an applicant that can be used to support their job application. These statements are often based on a candidate’s employment or performance history. It can include information about the candidate’s job title, description, employment period and details about their skills and experience. It can also refer to their character, especially in the area of work ethics and attitudes.
The most successful reference is one that is relevant and factual, while still being formal enough to ensure your confidentiality. It is also likely to make you look good as a reference provider. However, be aware of the legal concerns that may arise if you do not give a detailed, accurate and honest account of a candidate’s achievements. If you are unsure about giving a reference, check with your human resources staff or consult a lawyer before agreeing. It is in your best interest to avoid a lukewarm reference that does more harm than good.
What is a cheat sheet?
Cheat sheets are a great way to organize and learn information as you're learning it. They're also an awesome study tool, especially at the end of a unit. They're usually made on good quality paper and are a fun way to keep your information organized.
A cheat sheet is a concentrated version of your class notes, with the information that's most important to you. They're an effective study tool because you can add and remove items as you're learning them.
For example, if you're taking a class on cancer, you can make a cheat sheet with information that's relevant to the subject. This can include things like chemotherapy dosing, drug interactions, adverse effects, clinical pearls, pregnancy categories, and more. This will help you stay on top of the topic and get it down quickly so that you can remember it for future reference. It's a great way to study and is also a lot less messy than trying to memorize all of this information right before you take a test.