Our clinical staff, which is available to our patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, is designed to meet a wide range of patient needs. Our nurses monitor medical conditions, administer medications, draw blood for testing, and provide IV treatments. Physical therapists ensure that our patients receive the bodily conditioning and care that they need to improve physical function, utilizing therapeutic exercises, gait training, and training with prosthetics.
Developing strong connections with our patients is as important as keeping them connected to the outside world in a safe manner. To live up to this, PathWell offers technology and support services that deliver complete care at home, reducing hospitalizations while ensuring our patients remain connected to the world.
Virtual visits using telemedicine offer supplemental appointments and support, and connect individuals to family members and loved ones
Remote patient monitoring for blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen levels, etc. Diagnostic services including lab work and in-home COVID-19 testing
What are they and how do they work?
To support our integrative approach to home health, our proprietary, evidence-based programs are designed to provide custom care plans for a variety of diagnoses to best serve our patients and their families.
These programs work by taking patients from the first steps of stabilizing their condition through to understanding their disease and helping patients reach individual goals. We confirm medications and help navigate medication changes, in addition to explaining the role each medication plays in the patient’s treatment.
We also assess the safety of patients’ homes and ensure access to adaptive equipment if required. By the end of the program, patients are taught how to monitor their conditions and recognize changes that may impact their condition.
From time to time, our skilled clinicians might use a range of innovative technology solutions to offer more advanced monitoring.
Patients with congestive heart failure (CHF) receive the care, education, and support needed to safely transition from a healthcare setting to their own home, along with tech-enabled solutions to monitor their recovery.Read More
Those suffering from pulmonary disorders (COPD / Pneumonia / Asthma) benefit greatly from proactively treating and managing symptoms with improved education, care, and training.Read More
This program helps patients regain mobility and confidence with personalized therapy and exercise programs designed to rebuild strength, a range of motion, and endurance after surgery, rehabilitation and wellness.Read More
Designed to combat the leading cause of injury for adults 65+, this program provides education, strength training, and balance retraining to reduce the likelihood of injury and hospitalizations by first identifying specific patient dysfunctions that may be contributing to balance issues, and then developing an individualized and targeted care plan.Read More
Focused on personal goal setting, physical movement, nutrition, educational activities and diabetes disease management and wellness with a plan underpinned by treatment and lifestyle changes that lower the risk of complications and improve quality of life.Read More
This program involves keeping a list of up-to-date prescribed medication and over-the-counter (OTC) medications (including vitamins and supplements), and educates patients on the side effects of each of their medications. In certain cases, we might be able to help find patients a lower-cost alternative to their current medication.Read More