Medical Advocacy for Heroes.
LEO Health Navigators help law enforcement families
understand their non-emergent medical options.
Click the LEO INTAKE FORM below, or give us a call to have a
confidential conversation at 1-844-LEO-HS44.
Patient navigation is a free LEO Health service. We will not bill your insurance. Your health insurance will be used when accessing care with medical providers.
Are you finding it difficult to get the medical outcome you need?
Are you waiting too long for an important appointment?
Is it time to get a second opinion?
Would you like to consider a comprehensive cancer center?
Do you need confidential access to behavioral healthcare?
Are you concerned or have questions about your health insurance coverage?
Call 911 for medical emergencies.
Law Enforcement Officers
Healthcare Navigation Process with LEO Health Services
Law enforcement officer (LEO) or their family member contacts LEO Health services, by phone, email or fills out the Healthcare navigation form on LEOHS.com
A LEO Health Services Healthcare Navigator (Nurse) will contact patient with details of next steps, including potential contacts and guidance on expectations of referral.
A LEO Health Services Healthcare Navigator (Nurse) will contact patient for confidential phone interview to include details of location, insurance, case details, and desired outcomes.
A LEO Health Services Healthcare Navigator (Nurse) will continue to follow up with patient to ensure referral and/or appointment went well, discuss next steps, and ensure patient satisfaction.
A LEO Health Services Healthcare Navigator (Nurse) will utilize the LEO Health Services network to consult, and potentially refer patient to the appropriate medical professionals.
Utilizing Healthcare Navigation results in less time wasted for Doctor and Patients andbetter results for Doctors & Patients.
Happy Doctors & Happy Patients
Healthcare Navigation & Advocacy FAQs
Q: What is the difference between Healthcare Advocacy and Healthcare Navigation? A: The terms are close but not identical. However, both aims to bridge the gaps within our healthcare systems to ensure that people can access affordable, effective, and high-quality healthcare. LEO Health defines them as the following; Healthcare Advocacy: supports and promotes the rights of the patient in the health care arena, and focused on available, safe, and quality care. Healthcare Navigation: reviews the current situation of the patient including current insurance and works with medical professionals to navigate the care that most aligns with the patients concerns.
Q: Does LEO Health offer Healthcare Advocacy or Healthcare Navigation? A: Both! LEO Health’s aim is to bridge the gaps within our healthcare systems to ensure that people can access affordable, effective, and high-quality healthcare. To us, this means understanding your situation, insurance, and desired outcome. Then working with medical professionals to achieve the desired goals.
Q: When would I need Healthcare Advocacy or Navigation? A: We can help with a variety of issues, from weight loss management, men’s health, women’s health, mental health, overdue doctors’ visits, or access to care. We try to bridge the gaps within our healthcare systems to ensure that people can access affordable, effective, and high-quality healthcare.
Q: What is the cost to use LEO Health Services? A: The program is free to law enforcement and their families and is funded by the medical providers who join our platform and believe in doing the right thing for our law enforcement. We don’t ask medical professionals for discounted care, or free care, we only ask for access to care.
Confidential. Patient Focused.
Results Oriented. Trusted.
Why free advocacy?
Law Enforcement Officers put their lives on the line every day, experiencing job-related difficulties that are known to cause physical and mental injury.
Most deal with adrenaline-filled, strenuous situations routinely, resulting in more frequent cardiac conditions than the public. One recent study suggested that the risk of suicide for those in police work may be 54% higher than for those working in other occupations. Officers may struggle with anxiety, depression, and PTSD, and may have difficulty with retirement transition.
Let's face it, being a police officer and staying healthy isn't easy. Navigating an increasingly difficult healthcare system isn't easy either. Studies show that most Americans have problems effectively accessing care and getting results efficiently.
The physicians, medical facilities, and businesses with whom we partner truly want to be there for heroes. Patient navigation is a proven method to obtain better health outcomes. We believe that the law enforcement community deserves confidential access to medical advocates who can help them work through any medical issues.
What people are saying...
Sheriff's Deputy, PA
"I endorse LEO Health Services and the physicians who willingly participate in it. They have a skill set that helps families gain access to the best physicians and hospitals, taking some of the stress out of interactions with today’s healthcare system."
Major Eric Laughton
"I applaud LEO Health Services' efforts, as every police officer deserves a confidential advocate when met with a serious illness or injury that could affect his or her job, health, or that of a loved one.
I've been there, Michael and Sara were consistently there for me and I was able to rebuild my body and my life"
"We tried to get an appointment with a specialist for a few weeks. LEO Health found a great provider who accepts our insurance in a matter of hours. They really came through for us."
The Future of Medicine
"The people that join LEO Health Services are about the future of medicine. They are about trying to make sure they are there when people need them. Not being told we'll see you in six months, they're being told we'll see you tomorrow. That's the future of medicine!"