Medicare Mark on the Air: Subtext
Updated: Sep 12
As a patient advocate and medical navigator, I help patients by guiding them to better solutions. I expected to spend a lot of time translating medical terms into understandable language. Instead, I've found that I spend a lot of time on another type of medical communication I call the subtext.
There’s a lot of subtext that even very smart people don’t understand. I explain what wasn’t said, but what the doctor was implying. Listen to the excerpt below from my recent interview on the Medicare Mark radio show on WVOX Westchester as I share a great example of how this works.
For the full interview, listen here: https://static.wixstatic.com/mp3/c8fbec_2cdd12faad2b42a888d3f322b0e8d453.mp3