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Importance of Home Health After A Knee Replacement

A knee replacement surgery is often considered a safe and effective way of treating knee pain due to arthritis or injury. There are more than 750,000 knee replacements performed each year in the United States. It is one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine, but physicians will try non-surgical treatment and other

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How Rehospitalization Impacts The Healthcare System

Rehospitalization occurs when a patient who had previously been discharged from the hospital is admitted again within a specific time period from the first admission. This is often also known as readmission to the hospital and readmission rates are an important measure in the US healthcare system. Rehospitalization impacts healthcare providers, patients and families. Readmission

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How Do I Choose A Home Health Care Agency?

Patients have the right to choose their home health provider and it is an important decision to make sure that the home health provider is best suited to the individual’s needs. There are several considerations to take into account when making this decision, outlined below. You may consider interviewing different agencies when deciding on a

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What are The Benefits of At-Home Orthopedic Rehabilitation?

Recovering from orthopedic surgery can be burdensome on a patient. This recovery process can be enhanced with a strong physical therapy program and can also be accelerated when a patient is recovering in the comfort of their own home.   Research has found that patients who recover at home and spend less time in the

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What To Expect From Home Health Care Following a Knee or Hip Surgery

When it is recommended by their physician, a patient will be discharged to the home environment following a joint replacement surgery. This is a common plan of care for many patients. Within 24 to 48 hours of being discharged, a home health licensed medical professional will conduct a start of care visit. This typically includes

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Home Health Care vs Home Care: What Is the Difference?

These two terms may sound very similar but provide entirely distinct services. Home health services refer to skilled care in the home setting. These services are often provided by a physical therapist, skilled nurse or other medical professional. Home care services include non-medical services provided within the home setting. These services often include companionship and

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