SeniorBridge Issues White Paper Best Practices in Complex Care Management at Home
(NEW YORK, NY) September 28, 2007
- SeniorBridge issued a White Paper “Best Practices in Complex Chronic Care Management at Home.” The paper examines the best practices for the service model for managing complex chronic care needs at home. Content highlights include:
- Demographic influences
- Best practices
- Industry recommendations
- Critical advice for choosing a provider
The paper was prepared by a renowned experts in the field of aging, including Robert N. Butler, M.D., President and CEO, International Longevity Center; Peter Rabins, M.D., M.P.H., Director of Geriatric Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; and Howard Martin Fillit, M.D., Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Aging.
SeniorBridge, founded in 2000 and with offices throughout the United States, is a provider of care at home for clients who have complex chronic health conditions. The company’s unique approach addresses the total well-being of clients and their families through a comprehensive program that includes assessment, planning, service coordination, advocacy and direct care by a multidisciplinary team led by a geriatric care manager. The full range of services is personalized according to the level of need and preference. The SeniorBridge program is especially beneficial for patients with complex problems, including chronic, multiple medical illnesses and memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease; patients who require close oversight and management of care. For more information about SeniorBridge, please visit our web site at www.seniorbridge.com.