My name is Eliseo Tajanlangit. I have been an Emergency Room Nurse for over since 1993.
My wife, Victoria and I, graduated Nursing school together. We received our Trauma Nursing training from Los Angeles County / University of Southern California Level I Trauma Center.
We also worked at Saint Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, California. I worked at a variety of Health Systems in California.
I was recognized for saving an inmate with an Automated External Defibrillator device at the Orange County Jail in California. The same jail they featured on the TV series.
I’ve been lucky to be featured in newspaper articles.
I was also honored to represent the Magnet Status of my current healthcare system.
I am currently on a travel assignment as a case manager in a level one trauma center on the Oncology floor. I also worked as an Emergency Room Nurse Case Manager who dealt with Medicare issues on a daily basis. I am Board Certified in Case Management in Nursing and I am a licensed to talk to you about Medicare insurance. I obtained my State Life and Health insurance license not to sell insurance but because I wanted to guide my patients and their family members through the confusing and ever-changing Medicare regulations.
I see so many people coming into the Emergency Department with the wrong Medicare coverage which exposes them to pay a lot of money for their medical care. Helping everyone with their Medicare issues is a passion for me. My hope is that you would contact me for any questions or concerns about Medicare so that we can create a customized plan to provide you the best possible Medicare supplement coverage today. You can call or text me directly at 610-646-1946. I look forward in getting to know you.
A Medicare Nurse Navigator provides Lifetime Value
I am finding out that there are a few professionals who are qualified to guide a Medicare beneficiary and their caregivers throughout their lifetime experience within Medicare. Insurance agents can explain the details of the policy and sell you a product. Financial planners can coordinate your assets as it pertains to Medicare. Doctors delegate Medicare issues so that they are not burdened with the Medicare bureaucracy. Nurses don’t have the time to explain or learn about the confusing, ever-changing details of Medicare benefits. A growing number of experienced professional Nurse Case Managers like me are using their vast knowledge to guide the Baby Boomers turning 65 to anticipate how Medicare benefits will affect them for the rest of their life.
Geriatric Nurse Care Managers like me can guide and sell the most cost effective medicare supplement policies because I can anticipate the healthcare needs of my clients. I can also offer short term and long term care insurance to cover the gaps when Medicare benefits stop. I wanted to control this selling process because I did not want unscrupulous agents putting my lifetime clients into products that create problems in the future. My goal is not to sell the most volume of policies rather to provide a discussion why certain health, life and financial products properly fit into a holistic approach in providing healthcare guidance for my clients.