Did you know that women in the United States make approximately 80% of the health care decisions for their families? And many of them are managing the care of aging parents while raising children of their own and working full-time jobs. Some days, they just need to catch a break! Mobile medical services can help.
Mobile Medical Services is just the break these medical decision-makers and their families are looking for! The convenience of a medical professional coming to the home rather than a senior heading out to a doctor’s office is a game-changer. Imagine the time a medical decision maker can save – not to mention the stress to the senior who will spend hours away from home which can be exhausting.
Who Pays for Mobile Medical Services?
Most Major Health Insurances
Who Can Use Mobile Medical Services?
Depending on the mobile medical practice, anyone. For those that specialize in services to seniors, Mobile Medical Services will provide care to individuals in independent living facilities, assisted living, memory care, group care homes, and private homes. Meeting the seniors where they live is a significant part of caring for the whole person.
What are the Benefits?
One of the biggest benefits of a Mobile Medical Service is the convenience. The value of not having to wait in a busy lobby while your medical provider is running late cannot be measured! Additionally, the individualized attention you receive in your home ensures that the provider can understand the whole person – where they live, and what physical obstacles may be in the home help to create a plan of care based on first-hand observations.
Access to Other Mobile Medical Providers
Individualized attention and treatment
Custom care plans that include your home environment
What Medical Services are Mobile?
In addition to a primary care provider, a senior can recieve physical, occupational, and speech therapy in the home. Laboratory services and other specialties like Dermatology also provide services wherever the senior individual resides. Nearly one-third of seniors see at least five medical providers every year. Wouldn't it be nice if a couple of those providers came to see you?
A Mobile Medical Service provider takes into consideration the living environment to make appropriate recommendations. For a daughter who is trying to care for an aging parent while maintaining their own home and juggling a full-time job, a medical provider who sees you, hears you, and is seeing what you see in the home of your aging loved one can make all the difference in positive outcomes. Mobile Medical Services meet you where you are and that is just one reason why they are a Resource We Love!