We provide impartial, objective advice, working solely to protect our clients. We do not and never have sold insurance or accepted commissions.

Most of our consulting work results from a change in someone’s healthcare coverage. On occasion, we also accept other types of projects. We listen to your issues and concerns and use our expertise to help recommend the best approach for you.

Consulting Services

Consulting services are provided on a project basis.

  • Coverage Transition
  • Medicare Essentials Consultation
  • Medicare Transition
  • Special Projects
Advocacy Services

The healthcare “experience” is often confusing and sometimes adversarial. We maintain an ongoing, proactive relationship with advocacy clients to help avoid problems and to effectively resolve them should they occur.

  • Basic
  • Premier
  • Platinum

Please call us at 877-811- 8211 or email us at info@healthcarenavigation.com for more information.

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OUR FOUNDER

Healthcare Navigation LLC - Maura Carley MPH, CIC, Founder and President

Maura Carley MPH, CIC, Founder and President, has extensive background in healthcare. She started Healthcare Navigation, LLC, in 1999 after years of executive management experience in various healthcare organizations.

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 as the Vice President of Operations for the Northeast Region of a physician practice management company which provided services to over 200 physicians in 45 offices throughout the New York metropolitan area.

Prior to that position, Carley served as Regional Director for Kaiser Permanente, one of the nation’s oldest and largest health maintenance organization. She began her career in hospital administration at Yale-New Haven Hospital and later served as a Vice President at Stamford Hospital.

HEALTHCARE NAVIGATION DIRECTORS

Healthcare Navigation staff are highly qualified and talented professionals with years of healthcare experience.

Eileen Wilson
Eileen Wilson

Director, Midwest Region

Sarah Gravelin
Sarah Gravelin

Director, Southeast Region

Healthcare Navigation is a
Trusted Advisor

The following organizations have referred to us:

The Ayco Company, LP

Aston Pearl

Ballentine Partners, LLC

Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Bank of New York Mellon

Beacon Wealth Management

Bessemer Trust

Black Bag/Dr. Chris Sidford

Brownson, Rehmus & Foxworth, Inc.

Capital Wealth Advisors, Inc

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

Convergent Wealth Advisors

Continental Grain Company

Coyle Financial Counsel

Crystal & Company

Cummings & Lockwood, LLC

Davidson, Dawson, & Clark, LLP

Day Pitney, LLP

Douglas Winthrop

Evercore Wealth Management, LLC

Fiduciary Trust Company International

First Niagara Bank

Genspring Family Offices

Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Hitachi Capital America Corp.

HPM Partners LLC

J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Latham and Watkins

Lebenthal Holdings, LLC

Manchester Capital Management, LLC

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

The Metropolitan Museum

Morgan Stanley

Murtha Cullina, LLP

My Accountant, Inc.

Northern Trust Corporation

The Olin Corporation

PepsiCo

Personal Risk Management Solutions

Private Health

Proskauer Rose LLP

Raymond James

Roundtable Wealth Management

Shipman and Goodwin LLP

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP

Source Financial Advisors

U.S. Trust

Vedder Price

White & Case LLP

Willis Towers Watson

Winged Keel Group

1919 Investment Counsel

Health Insurance: Navigating Traps & Gaps

“Maura Carley has written an important book for anyone who has to navigate our nation’s fractured, fragmented, inadequate health insurance system. Case studies, drawn from years of experience helping individuals and families, provide insight into how these defects can affect us. No one will emerge from reading this book without a deepened understanding of how today’s insurance model leaves us vulnerable to tragic medical and economic consequences.”