Care Management Services


Home Health Care Manager and Medication Management

Care Management should be considered when caring for a loved one becomes unmanageable because of distance, the illness is complex and medication management is difficult, or when daily demands and other responsibilities make it impossible for you to provide the attention needed by your loved one. Regal care managers become the patient’s advocate and oversee all aspects of the client’s plan of care with integrity and compassion, providing the level of experience and personal attention necessary for each client’s individual needs.

Our care managers perform an initial, comprehensive assessment to determine medical, physical, psychological, social and environmental needs and then create an individualized plan of care for the client which they then oversee and monitor to achieve medical goals, promote independence and enhance quality of life. From identifying issues with medication or treatment and communicating those concerns while finding appropriate solutions, from medication management to arrangements for therapy appointments and coordinating physician visits, Regal care managers will take care of the client’s needs in cases of Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, CVA, Stroke, pre- and post-surgical care, geriatric or “Special Needs.” 

As the client’s advocate, Regal Care Management works closely with the family to coordinate and communicate with physicians, home health care providers, estate and elder law attorneys, trust officers, guardians, medical equipment and ancillary service providers in order to protect the interests of each client and address their needs in a timely and cost efficient manner. Care Management services are available locally, and nationally, if necessary.

CARE MANAGEMENT SERVICES INCLUDE:

  •   ~   Comprehensive assessment and individual care plans
  •   ~   Coordination of medical services
  •   ~   Medication management
  •   ~   Supervision of home health care
  •   ~   Arranging in-home assistance, both medical and non-medical
  •   ~   Crisis intervention
  •   ~   Home environment safety evaluation
  •   ~   Nutrition/Dietary management
  •   ~   Social/Recreational activity planning
  •   ~   Long term life-care planning, assistance with long term care insurance
  •   ~   Patient evaluation for long term nursing home placement
  •   ~   Coordination of living arrangements or relocation
  •   ~   Coordination of resources and support
  •   ~   Coordination of financial and legal services