The PACP model is designed to address significant issues within the U.S. healthcare market. Fragmented care and lack of care coordination as patients transition from facility to facility and provider to provider; leading to frustrating and debilitating outcomes and quality of life indicators. This additional stress causes patients to suffer while loved stand by helplessly. The PACP continuum addresses these pain points through the provision of a physician led care team that provides care, coordination, connection in any setting whether it be a hospital, skilled nursing facility, assisted living or home. The entire care delivery focuses on increasing quality of life by getting to know our clients, their loved ones through the addition of a social care component that allows PACP to focus on health, wellness and preventative personalized medicine.
Our model uniquely positions us to be the solutions for families and healthcare provider seeking to find trusted, caring professionals to serve their loved-ones and patients with genuine and professional levels of in-home companion care services by combining expert caregivers and leading support based technology to that will give clients and their families peace of mind and healthcare providers a trusted resource to track quality indicators measuring the health and well-being of their patients.
We will create deep meaningful relationships with our clients, their families, our associates, and partners resulting in the establishment of high energy environments focused on true person centered caring, while increasing the quality of their lives, and ours, within every interaction.
The target audiences are as follows: Adult decision makers of any age seeking short or long term in-home companion services to care for themselves or care for a spouse or loved-one. In addition, physicians, hospital discharge planners, and care managers seek to support a patient that needs immediate companion support while hospitalized or more importantly at discharge to assure a safe and coordinated transition to the place the patient calls Home.