"...We would like to thank you for all you and your organization did to help my mother and father. Your expertise and guidance through the process made an extremely difficult ordeal more easy to manage. The speed in which you got things in place for us was short of miraculous. My father has told me numerous times how impressed he was with you and how much you have helped him.

I do not know how I would have gotten through last night without your Caregiver... She was a lifesaver in those final hours. Her experience and kindness made me feel that I had capable hands helping me..."

Medication Management

Medications PictureFor many older adults, the ability to remain in one’s own home depends on the ability to manage a complicated medication regime. At GeriatriCare® Management, Inc. we make every effort to assist our clients “age in place” in the safety and comfort of their home. Understanding the medication, having complete medical records, monitoring when the senior takes his meds and carefully following instructions are all important components of medication management for the elderly. For a variety of reasons, individuals may require assistance managing their medications so that they take them as directed. Maintaining the correct medication schedule lowers the risk of needing emergency department visits or hospitalizations. GeriatriCare® Management, Inc. offers peace of mind for clients and caregivers by offering three levels of Medication Management:

Level 1 – Pick-up and delivery of prescribed medication and supplements.

Level 2 – All services in Level 1, including:

  • Review of client’s medications for potential adverse interaction with Physician and/or Pharmacy.
  • GCM will monitor medications for refills and reorder when needed including Mail-Order Pharmacies.
  • Family or other are responsible to fill a pill box, if needed.

Level 3 – All services in Levels 1 and 2, including:

  • Care Management
  • RN to fill a weekly pillbox with prescribed medications on an as-needed basis.
  • Assist in communicating with the doctor and pharmacist including help refilling prescriptions on an as needed basis.
  • Review the patient’s medications for potential adverse interactions as part of a comprehensive health assessment.
  • Work with the patient and family to develop a personalized medication schedule.
  • Assist in communicating with the doctor and pharmacist including help refilling prescriptions.
  • Help reduce overall medication costs by eliminating duplication and/or unnecessary medications.
  • Find answers to specific questions about the medications being used and those that may be considered
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