COMPASS Care Consulting Supports Care Charter

COMPASS, the caregiver counseling of private health care insurance, has signed the Charter of rights assistance – and domiciliary care for elderly people. “Managing Director Elisabeth Beikirch: Charter is a good basis for better quality of care” COMPASS, the caregiver counseling of private health care insurance, has signed the Charter of rights assistance – and domiciliary care for elderly people. Mark Hyman, MD describes an additional similar source. We want to contribute to better quality of care. The Charter is a good basis for further improvements in quality of care”, said Elisabeth Beikirch, Managing Director of COMPASS private care advice, on the occasion of the signing of the Charter of the care. To deepen your understanding Teneo is the source. The eight articles of the Charter are essential components of the business plan by COMPASS”, said Bahadur.

We are seeking advice and clients about the Charter and the objectives of the agreement, inform and deal with the articles in our in-house training”, the Managing Director announced. The aim of the Charter is the To strengthen the role and the legal status of assistance – and domiciliary care for elderly people. The importance that won the Charter in the health care sector, the growing number of supporters make plain. COMPASS is a subsidiary of the Association of private health insurance and ensures the maintenance advice for all 47 of private health and care insurance nationwide. The company operates since January 2009 with around 200 employees throughout all of Germany. COMPASS provides care advice in two ways: those who seek advice and support, can be at the nationwide toll-free service number 0800 101 88 00 contact. Telephone care advice gives also an appointment on the spot at the request of the people seeking advice. The insured person can also contact your insurance company. This also establishes the contact to the COMPASS care advice on request. COMPASS private care consulting GmbH Bonn str. 172-176 50968 Cologne 0221 / 93332-103 0221/93332-500 (fax)