The home health nurse is the patient’s key to wellness in the community. Their goal is improving patient outcomes by providing 24 hour availability & medication management.
Psychiatric home health nurses work in the patients’ home to address the patients’ physical, psychological, support systems, social & environmental needs.
Hospice supports the entire family emotionally and spiritually, while promoting maximum comfort and end of life support for each patient.
A psychiatric nurse works closely with her treatment team to develop an individualized plan to give the patient the total care and attention they need to live a productive life.
Home health care helps older adults with illnesses or injuries live productive, independent lives for as long as possible. The program covers a wide range of services, involves active participation from the patient and caregiver and can often delay the need for long-term placement.
Home health is medical assistance provided in the home of the patient. It includes a variety of different services and levels of care, designed to meet the needs of each individual. AAdi Home Health offers Home Health and Hospice services, provided by skilled medical professionals, who care for wounds, manage prescription medications, assist with IVs and handle many other nursing and therapeutic tasks.
With technological improvements, we are seeing more patients manage their chronic illnesses and recover in the home instead of in facilities. Home health care is often a preferred, cost-effective form of patient care.
As the aging population struggles with multiple chronic conditions such as:
• Heart Disease
• Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
• Diabetes Mellitus
Home health becomes an important alternative in the provision of services to meet their medical needs. Home health can provide these patients and their families with early support and education regarding disease processes in the comfort of their own home.
Home health care benefits anyone with a medical need who prefers to recuperate or manage their symptoms at home. Whether the condition is chronic or acute, skilled nurses and therapists step in to evaluate the condition, coordinate with the patient’s doctor and devise a plan that offers the best potential for positive outcomes.
Hospice care is specialized end-of-life, palliative care providing comfort and support to patients with terminal and advanced illnesses. Hospice allows patients to remain in the comfort of their home or place of residence with family and friends for the duration of their life.
Home health & Hospice care is medically indicated and prescribed by a physician. For this reason, Medicare, Veteran’s benefits, Medicaid and private insurance will often provide coverage for in home services.
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