Womens’ Health Matters

DiPicture 8ane L. Danois, Esquire has committed her personal and professional career to fighting on behalf of women, specifically in the area of medical negligence claims relating to failure to diagnose breast, cervical, bone, lung, colon, rectal, uterine cancer and other diseases.  She has developed many relationships in multiple industry sectors during her career, which span healthcare, information technology, media and business, and has been able to effectively leverage those relationships to benefit her clients.  Paramount to women proactively maintaining their own well-health is on-demand access to their health records and information.
Women batting breast cancer know this all too well.
A critical step in taking control of your healthcare and being a proactive patient is the establishment of a Personal Health Record, where immediate access to your personal health information is readily available to you, your loved ones, and most importantly, to your healthcare providers.

Understanding your legal rights and responsibilities as a patient before you are facing life-threatening decisions is as important as understanding them while you are making them.  By engaging women in discussion about what questions to ask and how to ask them, women gain the empowerment they need to make informed choices.  Why?  Because Womens’ Health Matters.

Learn about the Importance of Maintaining a Personal Health Record, Patient Bill of Rights, How to Request Medical Records (and get them!), Why it is Important to Investigate a Claim, Facts About HIPAA, and other information that will assist you now and later in life.

“I thought my breast cancer had been misdiagnosed, causing me a delay in getting treatment.  Through counseling, education and discussion, I learned about my legal rights as a patient and was able to set reasonable expectations for myself and for my doctors.  Today, I’m cancer-free and living as a proactive patient.”  –  Laura, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Case Analysis & Legal Liaison  –  Identifying whether the medical treatment you received was appropriate and finding the appropriate legal team to undertake your representation and protect your best interests.

Advocacy –  Understand your legal rights and responsibilities as a patient

Counseling –  Make informed decisions that benefit you such as choosing a Personal Health Record [PHR] or identifying resources that are available to assist you and understanding the Importance of Maintaining a Personal Health Record [PHR]