Interim HealthCare understands that no two people need the same kind or amount of care at home. We work with you, your family members, and often your doctor to make sure that your needs are being met so you can stay home, and out of the hospital or a facility. We understand that sometimes just getting older makes it harder to shop, cook, safely take a bath or remember to take your medicines. We also know that if you have been in a hospital or nursing home or at a rehabilitation facility, you may need some extra care until you feel more like yourself. Our trained and supervised staff know that conditions like chronic heart disease, diabetes or breathing problems can make life a little harder to get through each day and we are here to help.
Interim HealthCare provides a wide range of Skilled In-Home Care Services in Ocean County, NJ. Whether recovering from a hospital stay or suffering from an acute or chronic illness, our clients can benefit from a range of skilled services including wound care, device care, ostomy care, and more. Our skilled nursing staff provides the range of services required to help our clients remain in the comfort of their own home.
Interim HealthCare helps families of newborns accomplish a successful transition from hospital to home by providing professionally trained and licensed Registered Nurses to provide care for newborns post-discharge. Our staff provides the highest level of newborn care available in the home to meet your newborn child’s physical, social, and emotional needs.
In today's complex health care system, meeting the various needs of a loved one while managing several different points of care delivery can seem like a daunting task. Our Clinical Case Management Services help you manage the process by coordinating care among various providers, acting as a liaison between providers and the patient (and their family), and most importantly, acting as an advocate for patients on a daily basis. Our RN Case Managers assess the patient's needs, coordinate a plan, help to implement that plan, monitor the plan for effectiveness, and provide consistent follow-up and communication for all parties involved. This collaborative approach provides peace of mind for our patients and their families and typically results in better outcomes.
Today, the challenges of staffing have become much more complex. Facilities and other organizations have a growing need for qualified health care staff and employees are looking for more control with their careers. Interim HealthCare has become a leader in the development of a supplemental workforce. Our success is based on our ability to recruit the best professionals and our responsiveness to the needs of the community, since we are locally owned and operated. Our commitment to building strong relationships with both clients and our employees is what makes Interim a staffing leader. From extended block contracts to per diem shifts, our nurses and other health care professionals have job flexibility to meet their needs while achieving a high level of value for each of our customers.
In the traditional clinical trial model, patients must travel to the study site for visits and for administration of the trial drug. This can be especially burdensome for pediatric patients, those with special needs, or those who live far from the study site. With the average drop-out rate for these traditional trials hovering in the 20-30% range, Interim HealthCare helps contract research organizations (CRO's) maintain high levels of participation and compliance by bringing their trials directly to patients' homes.