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RightTransitions Improves Patient Outcomes

When Right at Home helps families transition, it reduces their overwhelm and provides assurance that, once home, their quality care will continue. We will ensure their comfort, ensure they're taking their meds, and be an extension of their family during their recovery process so the family gets a chance to rest, too. When Right at Home is part of the transition to home, we can ensure the recovery plan and medications plan are followed for optimal and speedy recovery.

Knowing they have the best care at home when they are discharged from the hospital will help families alleviate some stress and continue to go to work and take care of their families. Having a caregiver helps their loved ones to be assured that they can relax and not stop what is going on in their lives. Family members may not know the best ways to take care of their loved one or might not be comfortable helping them. Knowing they have a trained professional in the home can help them to relax and not put the stress on the family to have to be the ones to take care of them.

Patient Outcomes Resources


Estimated decrease in Medicare payments due to HRRP1 penalties in FY 2019

1 Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program
(Source: CMS)

Key Components of a Successful Transition Program

Empowering your patients with a successful discharge plan that includes RightTransitions can significantly reduce the risk of readmissions and increase overall patient satisfaction with your facility.

Enhanced Communication Between Care Providers and Patients

  • Care coordination
  • Care plan adherence
  • Post-acute care plan follow-up
  • Communication with all care providers

Follow-up and Transportation to Physicians

  • Ensuring follow-up with MD/PCP/specialists
  • Transportation assistance
  • Appointment reminders
  • Appointment attendance

Clear Instructions on Post-Discharge Care and Medications

  • Essential reminders
  • Adherence to discharge instructions
  • Care plan education
  • Nutrition / hydration
  • Timely initiation of care

Provide Proactive Solutions

  • Care coordination
  • Assistance with dietary restrictions/changes
  • Fall risk reduction
  • "Eyes and ears" of in-home, nonmedical care for high-risk, complex cases

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