What is Palliative Care?
Palliative Care is Transitional Care for anyone battling a serious disease.
Transitional Care is a case management approach to Palliative Care that acts like a “clinic without walls.”
It is both interdisciplinary and holistic. It strives to ease care transitions and promote positive outcomes.
Transitional Care has two focal points:
- 1. To anticipate, prevent and treat symptoms holistically.
- 2. To facilitate transitions across care settings, care providers and goals of care.
Halcyon’s approach to Palliative Care is built upon a team of health care professionals working together,
forming a bridge, easing complex transitions.
Interventions are based on risk-based assessments and include:
- Transitions Counseling
- Insurance Consultation
- Symptom Consultation
- Spiritual Counseling
- Pharmacy Coordination
- DME & Home Health Coordination
- Home Care Coordination
- Telephonic Support
Download our Transitional Care informational flyer.
What Is Transitional Care?
What you need to know about Palliative Care at Halcyon…
Care is about the patient – not about the provider of care.
- It means listening.
- It is holistic.
- It forms to unique situations. It does not judge. It follows.
Halcyon is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
You keep your Primary Care Physician.
Patient-centered care means you are in control of your care.
Halcyon accepts all patients without regard to their ability to pay for services.
Palliative Care should be considered when you or your family member have:
- Been informed by a physician of a serious or life-limiting illness
- Progressively declining health, despite treatment
- Frequent hospitalizations
- Decreased ability to perform regular activities of daily living