WHY ISN’T YOUR BOOK IN THE LIBRARY?

I received a phone call from Patricia McKay on June 23, 2016.

“I loved the articles you sent me. I decided that I wanted to read your book. So, I went to the main library in Lake County to look for it. But, it wasn’t there. I told the reference librarian that it is an important book and it should be at the library,” she told me.

The book that she mentioned is SOLVING MEDICARE PROBLEM$. I wrote that book so that other people could learn what I do to help seniors fight against mistakes and fraud in the Medicare system.

In my first seven and a half years of doing that for the clients of the insurance agency where I work, I saved our senior citizen clients over one million dollars. I estimated that every year seniors throughout America pay over one billion dollars in Medicare related medical bills that they really don’t owe because they have no one to help them fight the bad bills.

It was my hope that insurance agents, accountants, lawyers, and worship leaders would want to learn how to help the seniors in their communities. The book is similar to a college text book rather than a novel, mystery, or western. So, it does not attract much attention to gain publicity in the major media.

Patricia McKay and I met at a business in Highland, Indiana. She asked me what I did for a living. Then, she told me that she had been a medical billing coder. I asked her if she’d like me to send her some of my articles. She agreed and I sent them. That is how she got my articles to read.

If you or someone you know would like to read my book without buying it, then I suggest that you contact your local library and ask the librarian to order SOLVING MEDICARE PROBLEM$. The website to place an order is www.SolvingMedicareProblems.com.

Note: Woodrow Wilcox is the senior medical bill case worker at Senior Care Insurance Services in Merrillville, Indiana.

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