We believe patients recover best where they’re most comfortable. That’s why we provide Medicare and Medicaid-certified home care for patients, who need assistance as they heal, manage chronic conditions or begin new medications.
Home care can provide both long-term and short-term care to patients depending on their needs. Home care can be beneficial for people who:
Based on research, home care can provide patients with faster recovery and healing. A home care plan allows for greater patient focus and motivation, while maintaining independence.
Some people may confuse skilled home care and custodial care. Custodial care provides patients with daily task assistance, such as bathing, cleaning or preparing meals.
Skilled home care is for patients who require a skilled nurse, therapist, social worker or dietitian to help them heal from injury, manage chronic conditions or begin new medication. Banner Health currently only offers skilled home care services.
For patients with chronic diseases, such as congestive heart failure and diabetes, Banner Health offers our Virtual Home Monitoring program. Our highly skilled team works with patients to help them learn to take their vitals every day and monitor health.
We understand patients and their families want to know as much as possible before starting a new home care program. We’re here to support you every step of the way through your healing journey.
For additional home care questions, talk to your doctor or care provider. We will work with you and your loved ones to find the individualized home care plan that empowers your healing.