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When to Refer a Patient for Home Health

  • Newly Diagnosed Medical Conditions or Complex, Debilitating Symptoms, require skilled monitoring, and/or health teaching.
  • Terminal Illness with needs for Symptomatic Control – if not appropriate for hospice
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Open wounds, ulcers, or burns
  • Ostomies
  • Newly Diagnosed or Poorly Controlled Diabetes
  • Bedbound patient requiring teaching of the family to manage dependent patient
  • Frequent Admissions to the Hospital
  • Need for exercise to improve ambulation, mobility, independence, safety, circulation or preparation for a prosthesis
  • Medications requiring monitoring (anticoagulants, antihypertensives, cardiac meds, analgesics, chemotherapeutic agents, etc)
  • Patients needing dressing changes, monitoring of wounds following surgery
  • Patients with hydration and nutrition problems
  • TPN patient’s or family needs monitoring and instruction
  • Patients requiring durable medical equipment may need physical therapy to train on the proper use of the equipment.

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