According to a Public Policy Institute survey, 87 percent of Americans 65+ want to age in place. They want to stay in the homes that hold fond memories, whose familiar surroundings offer comfort and security. Home-based primary care helps make that a reality.
Our interdisciplinary approach to care includes:
- Skilled, compassionate providers who listen and create a tailored plan of care.
- Social workers who complete social assessments on all new patients, and who act on any issues identified during the assessment.
- An on-staff RN who provides high quality, disease specific education and comprehensive triage of acute and chronic conditions.
- Care coordinators who respond to patient calls and ensure timely follow-up.
- House Calls 360℠, a proprietary service model that allows us to respond quickly and reliably to patient, caregiver, and facility needs.
Interdisciplinary Primary Care
Chronic Care Management
Social Determinants Assessment
Remote Patient Monitoring
Behavioral Health Integration
Transitional Care Management
Additional Home Services
What factors beyond medical conditions can be treated to improve patient quality of life?
Many factors besides medical conditions can affect a patient’s health and quality of life. For example, social isolation – exacerbated during the pandemic, safety, nutrition, housing, caregiver support, and hygiene all play a role. Other factors include a feeling a strong connection to one’s provider, feeling engaged in the plan of care, and understanding the disease process and prognosis. A holistic understanding of the patient allows us to better care for them.
What if I need services beyond my medical conditions?
Our carefully vetted resource network provides patients with access to additional support services like in-home services, physical therapy, medical equipment, and medical supplies. When in-home patients need to move into an assisted living facility, we can assist, taking the uncertainty out of this process.