Devoted provides a range of services that includes:
Devoted also provides:
The most common level of care, typified by a pattern of visits from the entire hospice team
Patient and family will receive visits from the hospice team members including a nurse, hospice aide, chaplain, social worker, and volunteers (based on need and desire)
Hospice provides medications, equipment, and supplies related to the terminal diagnosis, for free.
Level of care designed to give the hospice patient-caregiver living at home a "respite" of up to five nights.
If necessary, the hospice will provide appropriate transport to and from the respite facility.
The patient brings their medications and supplies to the facility; hospice pays for the room and board in the facility; hospice team continues to visit the patient in the facility.
Crisis Care occurs during a period of crisis. A period of crisis is defined by CMS, as when a patient requires continuous nursing care for a short period (up to five days). Services can occur in a private residence, assisted living facility, and a long-term care facility (non-skilled). Crisis care may be prescribed by a physician for pain, irretractable nausea/vomiting, terminal restlessness, secretions, or any other acute symptom(s) that can only be managed through the receipt of skilled care.
Cognitive Illness Support Program
Veteran-Centric Model of Care