for navigating the care of an aging loved one.
As a patient, you have the right to dispute or appeal a discharge. This process should occur when the patient feels unprepared to leave or has as an example concerns with:
Patients and caregivers should never be surprised by a discharge notification. When a healthcare service is ending at a hospital, skilled nursing facility, or home health service, a patient or caregiver should expect the following process at a minimum:
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A discussion about the next level of care transition must always take place prior to discharge from any healthcare setting. A comprehensive discharge plan is important for a faster and smoother recovery and can prevent readmission to a hospital. The planning and discussion should be timely and should include as an example:
Celebrating the dedication and sacrifice of twenty-five (25) road warrior nurses. The team travels all over the Northern Nevada area to deliver care in the comfort of the patient’s home. During the pandemic this team has redefined "going above and beyond". To show our appreciation we partnered with Ooh La La Skin Boutique LLC for a custom and well-deserved pampering set. And a HUGE Thank you to Jen Brito Otto for making and donating what nurses refer to as "the best masks they have worn!". The Otto team also donated travel size hand sanitizers.
We are all EXTREMELY Thankful for all you do!
Toby De Luca is a healthcare executive with clinical, financial and operational management experience. Focused on maintaining high standards of care by forming a successful bridge between medical staff and administration. Proven leader in creating efficient processes to meet regulatory requirements, operational goals, and improving the patient experience.