Absence of Integrity

Absence of Integrity

When your client’s care manager doesn’t do what’s right, who pays the price?

For trust advisors faced with addressing the care needs of their clients and members of their families, outsourcing the responsibility may bring welcome relief and peace of mind, knowing that someone with experience, time and commitment to tend to these needs is working to ensure that clients are treated well.

But, how do you know if the care manager whom you approve to attend to your client is indeed ready, willing and able to tackle the assignment?

 

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