OHH uses a multidisciplinary approach including physicians and midlevel practitioners to provide personalized care for your unique needs in the privacy of your home. Specialty programs and clinical pathways include:
Our nursing team is committed to your recovery. and consists of highly trained professionals with advance knowledge and skills. Our nurses will educate patients and family members and help guide recovery through assessment, evaluation, and the plan of care.
Medical Social Workers
Our exceptional medical social workers provide a critical function. They will help assist you in some of your most vulnerable moments. Our team will help assist patients and family members with health-related problems and concerns. They also help patients access financial and health insurance coverage.
Our therapists provide a range of rehabilitation services for patients with joint replacements, orthopedic conditions, post- surgical procedures, neurological disorders, speech and swallowing difficulties, and stroke rehabilitation. Treatments help restore and improve endurance, ambulation, balance, coordination, strength, and range of motion. Home exercise and self-care programs are also provided.
An exclusive, customized program developed in partnership with the country’s leading orthopedic surgeons. Our main goal is to minimize pain and return you to maximum functionality.
One Home Health’s wound care certiﬁed nurses focus on training you and your family to care for your wounds to better ensure proper healing.
We’re here to help you manage your condition and improve functional capacity. Telehealth serves to reduce serious exacerbations, emergency room visits, and hospital stays.
OHH offers an array of specialized services to patients requiring treatment for neurological conditions. We consider the patient’s physician an integral member of the care team and work closely with you to develop and implement a comprehensive plan of care for your patients in the comfort of their own home. OHH can assist in the rehabilitation needs of neurology patients by providing specialized nursing, physical, speech and occupational therapy.
Our cardiopulmonary programs care for patients with congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), hypertension (HTN), and other heart and vascular diseases. We focus on patient education, self-management, medication management and compliance to achieve superior patient outcomes and reduce the need for emergency care.
Balance & Fall Prevention
Aging, physical changes, health conditions and even medications can increase the risk of falls in the home. Our Balance & Fall Prevention Program assesses physical challenges like balance, flexibility, muscle strength and gait, and identifies potential hazards in the home to create an individualized care plan that significantly reduces fall risk.
Diabetic Education & Management
Our staff will assess, monitor and educate patients and caregivers in regard to management of Type I and Type II diabetes mellitus.
Designed to enhance and ease communication, the portal allows physicians to play a more active role in patients’ care plans. Doctors can review images of incisions and wounds, sign orders electronically and much more.
Years In Operation
Licensed Midwest Counties
Frequently Asked Questions
What is home healthcare?
Home healthcare encompasses a spectrum of healthcare and social services that are delivered in the comfort and privacy of one’s home to those persons who are in need of nursing, therapy, and/or social services. One Home Health provides intermittent medical services to help our patients recover from temporary conditions such as a joint replacement or manage more chronic illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, pulmonary disease, or arthritis.
Who uses home healthcare?
- People of all ages. OHH services adult and geriatric populations.
- People who can leave the hospital or nursing home but need additional care.
- People who have short-term health needs.
- People who need assistance, due to age or disability, to remain at home.
- People who need education about the disease process and training on how to best care for themselves.
What does "homebound" mean?
Homebound simply means your condition prevents you from safely leaving your home without help from others and the aid of assistive devices (such as crutches, canes, walkers or wheelchairs). Leaving home would require considerable and taxing effort.
In most cases, you are still considered homebound when you leave home for medical treatments that cannot be provided in the home. Brief and occasional non-medical absences from the home are allowed, such as to attend church, an occasional trip to the barber or beauty shop, or for special family events. Such trips must be infrequent and require a considerable and taxing effort.
What types of professionals are on the OHH team?
The team includes doctors, nurses, home health aides, medical social workers, and therapists. They coordinate care based on your needs.
How often will my home healthcare visits be?
The number of home healthcare visits are determined according to your personalized needs and are based on physician orders in conjunction with Medicare regulations and private insurance approval. Your doctor may change your individualized care plan as necessary by increasing or decreasing the number of visits provided in order to provide you with the best home healthcare for your needs.
When should I consider home healthcare?
Home health care can be a highly beneficial alternative to inpatient care at a hospital or medical facility if you or a loved one recently had surgery, is undergoing cancer treatment, has been diagnosed with a serious medical condition, is recovering from a serious injury, or is otherwise in need of professional care. The goal of home healthcare is to treat an illness or injury and help you recover, regain your independence and become as self-sufficient as possible.
What qualifies me for home healthcare?
In order to qualify for home healthcare services, a patient must be under the care of a physician who certifies the individual requires intermittent skilled nursing care and/or requires the skills of physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy. A physician also must certify that patient is “homebound” or have a normal inability to leave home without considerable assistance.
When/how do my doctor and home healthcare providers communicate?
Once the referral is made from your physician, a One Home Health healthcare provider will contact you to set up an appointment to perform an assessment and evaluate you in your home. They will work closely with your physician to develop your individualized care plan and communicate any updates or changes in your progress. Any necessary changes to your care plan will be done with collaboration with your physician.
When my doctor or healthcare facility orders home healthcare, can I request One Home Health by name?
YES! Under federal law patients have the right to choose their healthcare provider. You can select One Home Health as your home health agency, and we would be pleased to provide care to you.