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By Joann Clemons, RN, and Katryna McCoy, PhD, FNP-C Joann Clemons, RN, MSN, specializes in geriatric primary care in Home-Based Primary Care program at the Robley Rx VA Medical Center in Louisville, KY.
The Administration has also made home healthcare more accessible to America's Veterans by eliminating copayments for telehealth services utilized by patients participating in the breakthrough Home-Based Primary Care (HBPC) program.
The bill sets up a demonstration project called Independence at Home that will extend something much like the VA's home-based primary care program to some 10,000 homebound Americans on Medicare.
Habibzadeh sought to determine warfarin prescribing patterns in 66 patients with AF who were part of the Southern Arizona VA Medical Center Home-Based Primary Care Program.
As part of GAO's work for the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives, to assess how VA meets veterans' long-term care needs, GAO reviewed how VA measures workload for home-based primary care and five other noninstitutional services.
Dorothy Seman, RN, MS, HHA, is clinical coordinator for the Alzheimer's Family Care Center; internal dementia consultant for the VA Chicago Healthcare System, Home-Based Primary Care program (HBPC); and adjunct clinical faculty, University of Illinois, College of Nursing, Chicago.
Conduct a demonstration program that utilizes physician and nurse practitioner directed home-based primary care teams.
In fact, for four of the six services--noninstitutional respite care, home-based primary care, adult day health care, and noninstitutional geriatric evaluation--the majority of facilities either do not offer the service or do not offer the service in the entire geographic area they serve.