home health care
The decision came out of the blue. “Your husband isn’t going to get any better, so we can’t continue services,” an occupational therapist told Deloise “Del” Holloway in early November. “Medicare isn’t going to pay for it.”
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Oregon has landed in the bottom tier among home healthcare agencies, according to a federal government analysis that rated 9,000 agencies around the nation based on how quickly patients were seen and how fast they improved.
August 15, 2012 -- David Walker fondly remembers when he was growing up in Philadelphia, the doctor who delivered him used to make house calls and walk around the neighborhood.
“That’s impossible to even imagine now,” Walker said.