Home Care

Home Care

Intelligent Planning for Providing Care in the Home Setting

Maintain quality and efficiency beyond healthcare facility walls with:

  • Clinical indications for admission and discharge – Detailed, actionable indications help you decide when a patient is ready to move to the next level of care, including transitioning to home care.
  • Home healthcare treatment plan – This covers treatments ranging from traditional nursing care to advanced technologies such as infusion therapy and patient-controlled analgesia.
  • Visit data – The RN visit table shows the average number of visits in the 10th to 50th percentiles for home care visits from commercial and Medicare nurses. Other visit information is based on the frequency at which other home health professionals, including physical and occupational therapists, provide home care services.
 
Qualified healthcare professionals may use our guidelines as a tool to support medical necessity decisions, but they should not use them as the sole basis for denying treatment or payment. Our guidelines must be applied to individual patients on a case-by-case basis and always in the context of a qualified healthcare professional's clinical judgment. 
 
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