HomeLink Healthcare provide expert nursing and therapeutic patient care that would ordinarily take place in hospital at a patient’s home, or usual place of residence, preventing people being admitted to hospital and enabling others to come home more quickly.
Their hospital at home services support the transition from hospital to home-based care by specialising in a recovery at home service for patients with acute illness, where it is clinically safe to do so.
Many NHS partners have varying needs so HomeLink maintains flexibility within their workforce to meet the needs of their partners.
Clinical pathways they deliver include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Admission Avoidance
- Early Supported Discharge
- Discharge to Assess (D2A)
- Bridging Packages of Care
- Virtual Wards - including remote monitoring of patients at home, Prehabiliation and Rehabilitation services.
All pathways are designed to complement and enhance existing hospital-based patient services making healthcare systems more flexible, efficient and cost-effective.
HomeLink focuses on recruiting and retaining the best specialist and multidisciplinary staff and putting in place systems that deliver a responsive, patient-centred and clinically-led service. Their commitment to staff wellbeing and applying new technologies supports this goal.
The HomeLink Healthcare model is proven to deliver better patient outcomes and consistently high levels of patient satisfaction.
Regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) with services designed, monitored and managed to meet the CQC Essential Standards of Quality and Safety.