Alivia Care has invested in the development of innovative care solutions that are provided through its network of collaborative partnerships and subsidiary organizations. These solutions create a continuum of care that is patient-centric and aligned with traditional and emerging payment models.
Advance Care Planning
Advance Care Planning can occur anytime and is the process of planning for future medical care if an individual is unable to make their own decisions. This detailed process resulting in an advanced directive helps individuals identify and clarify their personal values and goals of care.
Honoring Choices Florida© is based upon an internationally recognized evidence-based Advance Care Planning model, Respecting Choices©, and was launched by Community Hospice & Palliative Care in partnership with health system and community providers. The successful program coordination and implementation of this multi-lingual model throughout Northeast and North Central Florida began over five years ago and remains the first of its kind in the state.
Our Advance Care Planning partner provides advanced directive solutions to help people live better by living life on their own terms.
Care Solution Partner:
Honoring Choices Florida
Home Care includes a wide range of healthcare services provided in the home instead of a hospital or skilled nursing facility by medical and skilled clinical staff. These services typically reduce care costs and support independence in the home for patients recovering from an illness or injury. Alivia’s innovative solution providers create a continuum of care from therapeutic to consultative, coordinated, and comprehensive.
Our Home Care partner provides non-medical therapeutic solutions to episodic care to help people live better wherever they call home.
Care Solution Partner:
Better Life Home Health
Palliative Care is focused on managing the pain and symptoms of a disease that has progressed beyond curative options. Palliative care is delivered by a team of physicians and nurse practitioners who consult and coordinate with the patient’s primary care physician to ensure goals of care are honored. Care can be provided in a hospital or wherever the patient calls home.
Alivia’s palliative care partners include Community Palliative Consultants, Community PēdsCare©, and Golden Isles Palliative Care. Community Palliative Consultants, a division of Community Hospice & Palliative Care, was founded over 10 years ago in partnership with area health systems to help patients earlier in their disease progression. Community PēdsCare©, also a division of Community Hospice & Palliative Care, was founded over 20 years ago to care for and enhance patients' quality of life from prenatal to age 21. This year, Alivia Care of Georgia affiliate Hospice Satilla launched a new care solution, Satilla Palliative Care to help people earlier in their disease progression.
Our Palliative Care partners provide consultative medical solutions to help people with chronic illnesses live better.
The Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is recognized as the gold standard of care coordination for individuals living with chronic conditions and diminished functionality. Program participants qualify for long-term care placement based upon their needs but choose to remain safely at home with PACE’s interdisciplinary care coordination team's additional support.
PACE Partners of Northeast Florida opened the first PACE program in North Florida in 2020 at The PACE Place in Jacksonville. The program is a joint venture between Community Hospice & Palliative Care (Community Hospice of Northeast Florida) and Aging True (Cathedral Foundation of Jacksonville), two tenured elderly care providers whose combined expertise spans nearly 100 years.
Our Care Coordination partner provides comprehensive medical and non-medical solutions to help elderly participants live better wherever they call home.
Care Solution Partner:
PACE Partners of Northeast Florida
Hospice Care is specialized end-of-life care focused on caring for the whole person physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually when curative measures are no longer an option due to a terminal diagnosis. An interdisciplinary team comprised of clinical and non-clinical care providers work with the patient, their caregiver, family members, and physicians to administer and honor end-of-life goals of care.
Alivia’s hospice partners include Community Hospice, Community PēdsCare©, Community Care Choices, Hospice of the Golden Isles, and Hospice Satilla. Community Hospice, a division of Community Hospice & Palliative Care, was founded over 41 years ago in North Florida and is one of the nation’s largest non-profit hospice providers. Community PēdsCare©, also a division of Community Hospice & Palliative Care, was founded over 20 years ago to care for and enhance patients' quality of life from prenatal to age 21. Community Care Choices is part of a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) research effort. The program is for people who qualify for hospice care, but wish to continue curative treatments. Alivia Care of Georgia, a subsidiary of Alivia Care, Inc., was created to support quality-driven, community-based, non-profit hospice providers in Georgia. Two elite hospice agencies, Hospice of the Golden Isles and Hospice Satilla, affiliated with Alivia Care of Georgia in the last year. All Alivia hospice partners provide all four levels of care, including routine home care, continuous home care, general inpatient care, and respite care.
Our Hospice Care partners provide comprehensive medical solutions to help people live better with a terminal diagnosis wherever they call home.
Supportive Care is designed to care for the needs of advanced illness patients in the comfort of their home. The program supports the needs of patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, congestive heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and begins with a goals-of-care discussion. Our Supportive Care partner develops and implements a person-centered care plan in collaboration with the patient, their caregiver, and their primary care physician with the goal of keeping the patient at home and out of the hospital.
Our Supportive Care staff includes physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, and social workers, all of whom are experts when it comes to caring for the needs of advanced illness patients.