Biz941’s “People to Watch” 2009

biz941-ptw09-logo-webCourtney R. Wise, MSG, Executive Director at Take Care Advisor has been selected as one of the 25 “People to Watch” in Biz941’s July 2009 issue.

The “People to Watch” feature that appears once a year in the July issue, highlights rising business people and movers and shakers who are doing something new and innovative in the Sarasota business world.

Courtney was chosen based on her insight and vision for the future of geriatric care management. Stemming from her career in care management and from her Master of Science in Gerontology degree from the University of Southern California’s Davis School of Gerontology in Los Angeles, California, Courtney is helping to propel Take Care Advisor to the forefront of health care integration.

Take Care Advisor provides geriatric care management services that are non-medical and our health care managers holistically support an older adult’s health and well-being situation. Take Care Advisor services include professional geriatric care assessments, health insurance reviews, placement assistance, crisis intervention, all using an internet-based system that assures quality services through a system of best practices. Take Care Advisor acts as the client advocate and liaison between clients and their families. Courtney, along with the Take Care Advisor team, is educating the Sarasota, Bradenton, and Venice communities on the benefits of having a health care advocate.

Watch for Courtney in the July 2009 issue of Biz941.

Visit Biz941’s site to read about last year’s movers and shakers:

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What Our Clients Have to Say

I was a so nervous about both my parents but knowing they are not driving and that they have someone caring for them and managing their medications on a daily basis was a relief—not sure if I can even explain how much it means to me. I just started a new position in China and knowing my parents are safe is a blessing. You all have worked to establish a way to keep them safe in their transition of accepting care.

Paige, daughter of clients

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