Post Surgical/Recovery or Rehabilitation Care

There's no place like home.

Post Surgical/Recovery or Rehabilitation Care – There’s no doubt, home is the best place to be especially when recuperating after hospitalization or after surgery. However, According to the Medicare payment advisory committee, almost 1 in 5 Medicare patients will be readmitted to the within 30 days of discharge. Avoidable hospital readmissions are typically caused by:

  • Insufficient Post-Hospitalization Care
  • Failure to Adhere to Recommended Medication or Therapy Regimens
  • Lack of Physical Support for the Discharged Patient

HOW IN-HOME CARE CAN HELP AFTER HOSPITAL DISCHARGE?

  • Reduce incidence of hospital readmission
  • Coordinating discharge and following discharge recommendation
  • Reduce the incidence of falls in the home
  • Transportation from the hospital
  • Coordinating medical equipment delivery
  • Monitoring exercise and activities prescribed
  • Scheduling transport and follow up appointments
  • Reviewing medication and reminders
  • Assistance with food shopping and Preparing meals
  • Responding to any health concerns and reporting if anything significant
RIGHT ACCORD A-Team of Home Health Aide and Nursing Assistants can help after hospitalization and surgery by:
  • Assisting with self-care
  • Following plan of care
  • Assisting with personal care and activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting)
  • Assisting with range of motion (ROM) exercises and ambulation
  • Transferring from bed to chair or wheelchair
  • Taking vital signs (temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure)
  • Assessment of pain and reminding about medications
  • Assist with use of medical assistive devices such as walkers, cane, crutches
  • Assist with light housekeeping
  • Prepare meals
  • And more