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MAY 2014 | BRAVAMAGAZINE.COM 27 Home Health United offers informational visits where a medical social worker can meet with you and your loved ones and answer any questions you may have. e more information you have, the more empowered you'll be to make a decision on in-home health care needs. Home Health United is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and United Way Agency, with a long history of providing in-home health services throughout south-central Wisconsin. For eight consecutive years, Home Health United has earned HomeCare Elite status, meaning they are in the top 25% of certified home health agencies, out of over 10,000 in the nation. eir programs consistently receive high scores for quality of care, patient experience and process measure implementation. Interested in learning more about the services Home Health United has to offer? "You (Home Health United staff ) are absolutely wonderful – high quality, excellent care, considerate, compassionate. I'm the focal point, the interest is always on me. e main goal is to stay here at home. I will stay here. I'm truly blessed." –Bob H., Home Health United Patient When it comes to in-home health care options to deal with a chronic or serious illness, navigating the resources available to you can be difficult and overwhelming. What level of care do I (or a loved one) need? Where can I obtain them and how do I choose an in-home care provider? Care coordination and continuity of care are two very important services to ensure optimal care for a patient. Receiving care from a provider that can stay with you as your care needs change can greatly reduce errors and improve quality of care and health outcomes. When you need to make those care transitions from home health to palliative to hospice, choose an agency that can help you through the entire time. What's the difference between these levels of care? Sponsored Content Continuity & Coordination KEY in Home Health Care Call 1-800-924-2273 to request an informational visit or visit H ome H ealth helps you recover from an illness or injury, regain independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible. P alliative C are is a form of home health in which patients face chronic or quality of life-limiting illnesses, and focuses on the relief of symptoms, pain and stress. Patients may receive curative treatments. H ospice is for patients with a limited life expectancy, who are no longer receiving curative treatments for any terminal illness. 1-800-924-2273 Have the best possible QUALITY of life. Experience our COMPASSION. Maintain your INDEPENDENCE. Home Health Services Palliative Care Hospice Exceptional Care Comes Home Visit to read how exceptional care came home for Bob. Expect Exceptional

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