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Care Management for Discharge Planners

Care Management for Discharge Planners

Together we can provide safe transitions and reduce readmissions

 

Our Professional Care Managers team up with discharge planners and social workers in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities to ensure smooth transitions and prevent re-hospitalization. Patients who have complex diseases, special needs, and cognitive impairments usually need more assistance when it is time to transition to lower level of care. Our care managers assist in preventing patients from waiting longer than necessary to transition through the healthcare system and ensures that patients are safely cared for during the next leg of their journey.

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Care Management Services Beneficial to Discharge Planners and Social Workers

  • Attend Follow-Up Appointment with PCP
  • Communicate with Home Health Services
  • Provider Referrals to Private-Duty Care
  • Support Patient Compliance in the Home
  • Maintain Communication with Medical Team
  • Provide Education Reinforcement
  • Medication Management
  • Monitor Symptoms
  • Liaison between multiple doctors and healthcare professionals on care team
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Every day, we hear from happy clients who tell us they're glad they trusted Fedelta with this important decision. We invite you to see what they have to say.

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Care News & Resources


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