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Our experienced nurses can help clients with medication administration. We are trained to assist with medications via all routes including those that need to be given intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous, rectal, vaginal, inhaled, sublingual/buccal, transdermal, topical, nasally or enteral. Ensuring that medications are given safely and accurately is a cornerstone of safe medical care.
Helping patients/clients stay adherent to their medication is one of the top ways to improve health outcomes and decrease overall healthcare costs. Our team can set up a variety of different ways to help clients remember to take their medications. Technology can help and we can show you how to use technology to remain compliant with taking your medications. *Studies show that about 50% of about 2 billion prescriptions filled each year are not taken correctly. We can help!
It's easy for patients to make significant mistakes with their medications. Studies show that medication mistakes are on the rise and leading to hospitalizations. Our nurses are here to review our client's medications and provide our clients and their families with education to help prevent medication errors. We are here to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding your medications. We have the time to thoroughly review and educate our clients. We can discuss possible side effects, medication timing and scheduling, possible medication interactions, proper instructions and warnings, and responding to side effects. Medication compliance lead to better patient outcomes.
Increasing numbers of prescribed medications correlate with frailty, falls and hospital admissions, and substantial numbers of older people's admissions to the hospital are caused by or related to their medication. Medication review is, a process by which a patient's use of medication is carefully reviewed to ensure that each medication is taken and used appropriately, optimally, and that its benefits outweigh its harms. It is a key part of a comprehensive assessment. Our experienced nurses are here to help our clients and their families.
Any medication-including those you buy without a prescription can be harmful if taken in the wrong way or by the wrong person. Storing medications safely at home and on-the-go can keep everyone safe. A medication lock box is a secure container that ensures medicine is only accessible to the prescription holder and will help reduce accidental overdose or misuse of medication. We can get your medication lock box set up and help you organize your medication box and keep everyone safe.
Many clients and their families decide that managing medicine without professional help isn't safe or sustainable. Dad may have dementia or trouble remembering to take his medications. Mom may live miles away, and family can't be there everyday to help. Families trying to take on the primary role as their parents caregiver along with juggling work and their own household may be difficult and we are here to help.
Contact us today to set up an assessment.