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.
Advanced Illness is typically defined as a chronic condition that has advanced to a stage of increasing frailty for the patient and results in frequent hospitalizations. Advanced Care is an innovative solution designed to provide care coordination and case manage-ment through an interdisciplinary team of nurses and counselors to allow the patient to remain at home and avoid hospitalization. We began our advanced care program in 2017.
Home Health Care includes a wide range of healthcare services that are provided in the home instead of a hospital or skilled nursing facility by medical and skilled clinical staff. These services typically reduce costs of care and support independence in the home for patients recovering from illness or an injury.
Specialized palliative care is focused on managing the pain and symptoms of a disease that have progressed beyond typical 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 care preferences are honored in the care plan. This care can be provided in a hospital or in the patient’s home.
Care Solution Partner:
Community Palliative Consultants
The Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is recognized as the gold standard of care for elderly patients with chronic conditions and diminished functionality. Program participants qualify for long term care placement based upon their care needs, but choose to safely remain at home with the additional support of PACE. Care is provided by an interdisciplinary care team and includes an Adult Day Care Center for socialization and activities, a rehabilitation center with physical and occupational therapies, and a clinic for primary care. Additional services are provided as needed in the home with the goal of helping participants live independently in their community for as long as possible.
Hospice care is specialized end-of-life care for patients and their families, and is focused on comfort when a cure is no longer an option. Hospice care is provided by an interdisciplinary team of professionals who treat the whole person including their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs. Hospice care is a comprehensive care solution that includes medications, durable medical equipment and therapies needed as part of the disease progression. Care includes grief and bereavement support.
Care Solution Partners:
Community Hospice & Palliative Care
Alivia Care of Georgia
Community Care Choices
Supportive Care is non-medical care provided by personal care attendants who provide additional support for the patient and caregivers such as personal care, private-duty staffing, chore and homemaker services, and sitter services so that patients can stay in
their homes or in independent senior living
as they age.