A former East Texas nurse has published a new book on collecting information to navigate health care.
Longview resident Brenda Lanier, a former RN, has published a new book called "Stay on Track: A guide to recording your personal health information. What you track could save your life."
Lanier's book covers how to collect family, personal and current health history, critical information needed for health care. Lanier feels the book is timely with the advent of the affordable health care act.
"The doctors don't always communicate between each other so you don't always get the information that you need to the next office and if you have your reports right there, it can not only save time but it can save you a lot of money and repeated tests," said Lanier.
The Book "Stay on track" is available through Spring Arbor book distributors.
Saturday, July 26 2014 2:09 PM EDT2014-07-26 18:09:07 GMT
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