Care Coordination Services
Improving a patient’s health outcomes is the primary goal of our Care Coordination services. Interim HealthCare partners with large employers, insurance plans and individuals to identify and address social and economic challenges impacting a person’s well-being, such as:
- Mental health issues
- Access to community resources
- Support of healthcare professionals
- Social determinants of wellness
Once challenges are identified, we align with physicians, counselors, nurses and other outside services to coordinate the care a patient needs to overcome them. This may include, but is not limited to:
- Transportation to/from medical appointments
- Mental health counseling
- Grocery shopping
- Home improvement/safety
- Home healthcare
We begin by performing a comprehensive assessment that identifies issues such as food insecurity, personal safety, housing challenges, lack of transportation, financial strain, utilities, education for family members, and coordination of care with the payer and their physician. Through the Social Determinant of Health program, Interim HealthCare also recommends interventions with members and mobilizes community resources that address social barriers to their care.
By coordinating the care an individual needs to thrive, we can improve their health outcomes, minimize potential risks and provide the most targeted, cost-effective care.
Contact an Interim HealthCare office near you to learn more about our Care Coordination services!