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Three Vital Components of Proper Pneumonia Care at Home

By Edward Harrison | Jul 29, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Mauldin SC: Pneumonia is a very serious condition, and that goes for people of all ages.

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Before Having Mom Move in with You for Her Recovery, Think About This

By Melia Boone | Jul 28, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Pearland TX-Reduce Hospital Readmissions Pearland TX-Getting that call was one of the worst things you could’ve expected on that day. It might’ve been a great start to your day, you were positive, you just received a commendation at work, and you were going to celebrate. Then the phone rang and it was a doctor at your mother’s hospital. It turns out she had suffered a major medical emergency.

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5 Signs a Senior Needs Help with Their Recovery

By Walter Ochoa | Jul 26, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Brooklyn NY: Here are five signs the senior might just need some extra help with this recovery, whether or not they ask for it or are open and honest about the challenges their facing.

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Summer Is as Good a Time as Any for Recovering from a Heart Attack

By Cerie Goldenberg, MSW,LSW | Jul 26, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Philadelphia PA: John had a heart attack two weeks ago. He spent the better part of eight days in the hospital going through a series of tests, allowing his body to stabilize and start recovery, and when he was ready to be discharged, his family had plenty of questions.

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3 Things to Expect from an Experienced Caregiver

By Stephen Sternbach | Jul 26, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Melville NY: When you hire an experienced caregiver, otherwise known as a home care aide, you may have certain questions about what to expect.

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Why Dad Might Need Nursing Home Care Before Heading Home to Recover

By Connie Begger | Jul 20, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Billings MT: Your father has been hospitalized for several days or maybe it’s been several weeks. Whatever the case may be, he might be set to get discharged, but only to a nursing home first. Depending on his health and other factors, nursing home care may be deemed necessary by his doctors.

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Balancing Life and Recovery at Home for Seniors

By Michael Hagman | Jul 20, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Helena MT: Maintaining balance can be difficult for people of all ages. For seniors, especially after a hospital stay, maintaining the right type of balance in life may feel like a monumental task.

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Summer Is a Great Time for Acute MI Care at Home: Here’s Why

By Rachel Haisting | Jul 15, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions St. Paul MN-Following a heart attack, or myocardial infarction, a person may be given a great deal of information about their condition and what they need to do to encourage a full and healthy recovery. Getting proper acute MI care at home is one of the key components to recovery, especially for seniors.

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Where Is the Value in Experience for a Senior Recovering from a Heart Attack?

By Carlotta Katra | Jul 15, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Plainfield IN-Following a heart attack, an elderly person might have a lot of questions, fear, and anxiety. They might worry most about another heart attack. That first one was bad enough, and the prospect of dealing with another one can be overwhelming.

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Reducing Hospital Readmission Risks in Two Simple Steps

By Michael Berliant | Jul 14, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmissions Highland Park IL-During recent years the term ‘reducing hospital readmission rates’ might not have become a household term, but it’s important to consider, especially if you have a loved one who has recently been discharged from the hospital.

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