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How Transitional Care in Mt. Vernon Reduces Hospital Readmissions
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Serving Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Snohomish Counties

Visiting Angels MOUNT VERNON, WA
1222 Riverside Dr
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-424-6777
1-888-264-3528

How Transitional Care in Mt. Vernon Reduces Hospital Readmissions

Ready-Set-Go Home with Transitional Care

For seniors who are being discharged from the hospital, avoiding a repeat hospital stay is key. Transitional care helps these vulnerable individuals make a successful move from hospital to home. In addition, these types of services support seniors with the recovery process as they get back to their normal life at home. When you partner with Visiting Angels® Mt. Vernon to support your loved one through their hospital discharge, they can benefit from all the services available as part of our Ready-Set-Go Home transitional care program. 

What Causes Hospital Readmissions?

You may understand it would be best for your loved one to avoid a return to the hospital but not know how great their risk of rehospitalization is. Statistics from Medicare reports show that seniors have a nearly 1 in 5 chance of being readmitted to the hospital within only one month of their discharge. As repeat hospital visits can be stressful for older adults and take a toll on their overall well-being, it's crucial to understand why they continue to be a concern.

The absence of high-quality support is one of the main reasons seniors experience preventable complications that lead to rehospitalization. When older individuals feel tired or deal with limited mobility after a hospital stay, they tend to ignore their doctors' instructions. While it may seem insignificant at the time, this decision can lead to negative outcomes that require another visit to the hospital.

How Transitional Care Can Help Seniors in Mt. Vernon

Ready-Set-Go Home includes the wide range of services seniors commonly need before, during, and after their transition from the hospital environment to their home. This program is based on a three-prong approach to care that guides seniors through the discharge process and helps them reduce their risk of rehospitalization.

Here are the Ready-Set-Go Home program's three prongs of care:

  1. Help with discharge preparations. Our care coordinators help lay the foundation for a smooth recovery by supporting care recipients with the planning process prior to discharge.
  2. Help at home. At-home visits from our care professionals ensure elderly adults have a helping hand with following doctors' orders and looking after their own well-being.
  3. Help from our office. Our office staff based in Mt. Vernon handle the logistics of caregiving and schedule important reminders and deliveries.

Get started with a free transitional care consultation in Mt. Vernon, Anacortes, Camano Island, Oak Harbor, Sedro Woolley, or the surrounding areas. Call Visiting Angels Mt. Vernon today!>/p>

Serving Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Snohomish Counties

Visiting Angels MOUNT VERNON, WA
1222 Riverside Dr
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-424-6777
1-888-264-3528
CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health

Serving Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Snohomish Counties

Visiting Angels MOUNT VERNON, WA
1222 Riverside Dr
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: 360-424-6777
1-888-264-3528