Lead Your Market with In-Home Chronic Disease Rehab Care
PPC@Home is a CPESN special purpose network anchored around local community pharmacies for delivering chronic disease rehabilitation to at-risk patients in their homes. Community pharmacists collaborate with physiatrists - physicians trained to lead rehabilitative care for patients disabled by chronic disease, disorder, or injury - to help patients manage medications, maximize functional capacity, and improve quality of life, as defined by the patient.
By affiliating with PPC@Home, CPESN pharmacies get a jump on a growing services industry reflective of a healthcare delivery shift from hospital to home. Pharmacists or primary care physicians can refer patients for a comprehensive telehealth assessment with the physiatrist. The team then works with the patient to build a technology-supported care plan for self-management at home.AFFILIATE TODAY
Pharmacy Benefits and Services
Varying with the practice model selected, CPESN pharmacies affiliating with PPC@Home will receive MSO support that includes practice analysis for business opportunity; credentialing and training; contract development; and operations and staffing consultation. The program leverages proprietary tech-enabled resources to help aging, disabled, and other high-risk patients self-manage at home.
Target patients for the program include those who have had a recent fall or are at risk for a fall; were recently discharged from the hospital or a skilled nursing facility; are experiencing functional decline; and are taking multiple medications. Some of the pharmacist-led services are chronic care management, remote monitoring - blood pressure, pulse ox, self-health daily reporting; cognitive screening; medication reconciliationg and deprescribing of high-risk medications in geriatric patients; and home safety reviews.
CPESN PPC@Home introduces the Physical Medical & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Medical model where your pharmacy serves as the anchor to chronic disease rehabilitative care for recovering at-risk populations through an interprofessional support team.Contact Us