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CDC COVID-19 Information

First line information from the CDC for patients and families.

How to Protect Yourself: CDC Guidance

Information for patients and families about how to avoid acquiring or spreading COVID-19.

If You Are at Higher Risk: CDC Guidance

Information that specifically applies to patients with serious illness and their families.

What To Do If You Are Sick: CDC Guidance

Information for patients and families who have COVID-19 or symptoms that may indicate COVID-19.

Psychosocial health encompasses the mental, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of what it means to be healthy. • Psychosocial health is the result of complex interaction between a person’s history and his or her thoughts about and interpretations of the past and what the past means to spiritual health (being), emotional health (feeling), mental health (thinking), social health (relating)

Psychosocially healthy people • Feel good about themselves • Feel comfortable with other people • Control tension and anxiety • Are able to meet the demands of life • Curb hate and guilt • Maintain a positive outlook • Value diversity • Appreciate and respect nature • Enrich the lives of others

Hospice care is a type of health care that focuses on the palliation of a terminally ill patient’s pain and symptoms and attending to their emotional and spiritual needs.

Assets in a community that help meet certain needs for those around them. These assets can be people, places or structures, and community services

Value-based care is a form of reimbursement that ties payments for care delivery to the quality of care provided and rewards providers for both efficiency and effectiveness. This form of reimbursement has emerged as an alternative and potential replacement for fee-for-service reimbursement which pays providers retrospectively for services delivered based on bill charges or annual fee schedules.



Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness. This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family.

Palliative care is provided by a specially-trained team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work together with a patient’s other doctors to provide an extra layer of support. Palliative care is based on the needs of the patient, not on the patient’s prognosis. It is appropriate at any age and at any stage in a serious illness, and it can be provided along with curative treatment.



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Collaborative Care

We believe that the best outcomes are achieved through patient centered collaborative care with their primary care physicians. You know your patients best, our goal is to complement your knowledge during difficult periods. We work extensively with patients/caregivers and community resources and ensure all medical and psycho-social needs are met.

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