home health care provided under the direction of your physician

home health care provided under the direction of your physician

quality health care in the privacy of your own home

quality health care in the privacy of your own home

patient morale is better at home,resulting in shorter recovery time

patient morale is better at home,resulting in shorter recovery time

cost effetive way to reduce community health care costs

cost effetive way to reduce community health care costs

highly skilled and licened professionals and certified home health aides

highly skilled and licened professionals and certified home health aides

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company profile

established in 1997, vision home health care, inc. is operated and managed by a physician and his wife, a registered nurse. together they have over 50 years of experience which contributes to the superb level of quality assurance.

at vision home health services we provide licensed, trained, and experienced healthcare providers in the home. our goal is to keep our clients independent while remaining safe and secure in a comfortable and familiar home environment.

what is home health care ?

home health care is the service by which patients can receive quality medical treatment from skilled nurses, therapists and home health aides under the supervision of their physician. each patient will have an individualized plan of treatment to meet his/her specific medical need.

because the treatment is at home, there is a feeling of relief for the patient as they are in a familiar environment surrounded by loving people and their most treasured possessions.

this type of treatment is more conducive for the patient's recovery.

our mission

the mission of vision home health care, inc. is to participate as an active part of the community in providing a comprehensive range of services to our patients in their home environment in a timely, caring, and efficient manner by value-driven, and compassionate professionals.

skilled nursing : a registered nurse(rn) or licenced vocational nurse(lvn). colostomy care, enternal nutrition/tpn, medication management, pain management, post-sugical care, wound care, diabetic care, cardiac/respiratory care

physical therapy : for patients with acute nerve, orthopedic or muscle disorders, a routine program of light exercise or stretching activities is established. the therapy routine is designed to increase movement and mobility. patients who receive out patient therapy do not qualify for home health care.

speech therapy : is provided to improve communication skills for those with impaired ability to use language and speech. patients recovering from a stroke, head injury or hearing loss may benefit, as well as those who are havingdifficulty chewing and swallowing as a result of an illness, stroke or progressive medical condition.

occupational therapy :must be ordered along with another skilled service. this therapy helps patients regain fine motor cordination and improve daily living activities, such as dressing and feeding.

home health aide : after the level of care is established by a registered nurse, the aide may help with bathing and grooming, dressing, transfers from bed to chair, help walking or artificial limbs. an aide may provide light house keeping services for the patient(such as bed linen changes), or prepare and feed nutritious meals where applicable. while the aide is not allowed to administer medicines(job of rn), the hha may provide reminders to take medications on time.

medicalsocial workers : the home health social worker may provide counseling to patients and families for long-range planning and decision making, and help cordinate services with other community resources and agencies. services are designed to improve the patients physical, emotional and functional status.

skilled services

  • skilled nursing
  • hi-tech nursing
  • wound care
  • ostomy care
  • nutritional consulting
  • pain management
  • post-surgical care
  • physical therapy
  • occupational therapy
  • speech therapy
  • diabetic care & teaching
  • cardiac/respiratory care
  • medication management

other services

  • home health aide
  • community education
  • free assessment
  • medical social work

multi-lingual staff

  • english
  • spanish
  • hindi
  • african dialects

our company

established in 1997, vision home health care, inc. is operated and managed by a physician and his wife, a registered nurse. together they have over 50 years of experience which contributes to the superb level of quality assurance.

our scope of service

all care is provided without regard to national origin, race, age, ethinic group, sex, religion or disability.

  • clients are accepted for treatment and services on the basis of reasonable expectation that the client's medical, nursing and social needs can be met adequately by the agency in the patient's place of residence.
  • clients of all ages who are covered under medicare shall be accepted.
  • clients not covered by medicare may be accepted as private pay clients when this agency can be reasonably sure of payment for services rendered.

how do i make referral ?

  • verify if the patient is homebound according to medicare guidelines
  • gather patients identifying data:
    • name
    • birthdate
    • address where patient will be staying
    • telephone number (if available)
    • emergency contact info (name, relation, phone #)
    • admission and discharge dates, when hospitalized (if coming from a hospital)
    • medicare id
    • primary physicians name and phone #.
  • have a signed order from the physician including:
    • patient's diagnosis(es)
    • recommended care and therapies
    • medications currently prescribed
    • name of pcp or name of physician who will be signing orders for the duration of care.

Refer A Client

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About Client
Has the client ever received home health care service in the past?
Yes | No
Is the client able to drive a car safely on a regular basis?
Yes | No
Does the client use any type of assistive device e.g. cane, walker, wheelchair?
Yes | No
Is the client willing to receive home health services?
Yes | No

our location

409 e centerville rd. suite a
garland, tx 75041.

contacts :

administrator : suresh agrawal
director of operations : lilly agrawal, rn.
phone (off) : 214-703-0767 (24 hrs a day / 7 days a week)
fax : 214-703-0765
e-mail : vhhc210@yahoo.com

you can either contact us by calling or e-mailing us or submit your information below and one of our representatives will contact you.

free patient evaluation.

benefits of using a home health care agency.

  • quality health hare in the privacy of your home.
  • health care provided under the direction of your physician.
  • highly skilled licensed professionals and home health aides.
  • patient morale is better at home, with shorter recovery time.
  • cost-effective way to reduce community health care costs.

who needs home health care ?

physicians often order home health care services for:

  • patients who have been discharged from a hospital after a surgical procedure or other health related problems. patients who require additional instruction on how to care for themselves and promote the healing process. patients that require physical therapy, occupational therapy, or the services of a medical social worker. patients to remain independent and recover in greater comfort with the support of family and friends.
  • nutritional counseling.
  • patients concerned with the increasing costs of in-patient care. (hospital stays, in-patient rehabilitation, skilled nursing facilities)

employment opportunities

full and part-time postions are available for the following:

registered nurses ( prior home health care experience is a plus )

licenced vocational nurse ( prior home health care experience is a plus )

physical therapist ( prior home health care experience is a plus )

occupational therapist ( prior home health care experience is a plus )

speech therapist ( prior home health care experience is a plus )

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In making application for employment i accept the followings:

  • I certify that the information in this application is true and complete for all practical purposes. It may be verified by the facility or any affrliate. Should a position be offered and later it is found that the information is significantly untrue,incomplete, or misrepresented, I understand and agree that the facility or its affrliates are relieved of all commitments,financial or otherwise pertinent to employment, and that I am subject to immediate discharge without recourse.
  • I understand that an investigative repoft may be made by a consumer reporting agency to include information as to my whichever may be applicable. If such an character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living, investigative report is made, I understand that I will receive notice that such report has been requested, and that I will have the right to make a written request for a complete and accurate disclosure of additional information concerning the nature and scope of the investigation.
  • I understand and agree that if I am offered employment by the facility, my employment will be for no definite term and that either I, or the facility will have the right to terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without cause, and with or without notice. I also understand that this status can only be altered by a written contract of employrnent which is specific as to all material terms and is signed by me and the Administrator of the facility.
  • I understand, if I am an unlicensed person who has face-to-face patienVclient contact, that the agency will perform a criminal history check per State Regulations as well as a check of the Nurse Aide Registry and Employee Misconduct Regisn-y. I understand that: 1) the purpose of the Employee Misconduct Registry is to ensure that unlicensed persormel who commit acts of abuse, neglect, exploitation, misappropriation, or misconduct against residents and consumers are denied employment in DADS-regulared facilities and agencies; 2) the State of Texas maintains a registry of all nurse aides who are certified to provide services in nursing facilities and skilled nursing facilities licensed by the Texas Deparfment of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) and they review and investigate allegations of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation of resident properly by nurse aides and if there's a finding of an alleged act of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation, fhe nwse aide may request both an informal reconsideration and a formal hearing before the finding is placed on the registry; 3) All DADS-regulated facilities and agencies are requked to check the Employee Misconduct Registry and Nurse Aide Registry before hire to determine if I am listed in either registry as having committed an act of abuse, neglect, exploitation, misappropriation, or misconduct against a resident or consumer and am, therefore, unemployable.

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I hereby authorize any prior employers to provide such information conceming my employment with them as may be requested, and also authorize the Registrar/Placement Offrce of all educational institutions attended to release an official copy of my transcript and, if available, faculty appraisals. I also authorize any appropriate licensing board to release full information concerning my license status and my license history.

QUES : where do i report if i have any concerns regarding patient care?

ANS : any concerns about patient care can be reported to jcaho at (800) 994-6610.

QUES : coverage area?

QUES : how do i qualify for home health care and have medicare pay for it?

ANS : in order to qualify for home health and have medicare pay for it, you must be considered homebound, be under the care of a physician and require a skilled service.

QUES : what does homebound mean?

ANS : the patient is homebound if he/she experiences a normal inability to leave home. the patient's physical condition and/or physical limitations are such that it would be a considerable and taxing effort for the patient to leave home.

determination of homebound status depends on the illness or limitations of the patient. the need for supportive devices for assistance alone does not necessarily render the patient homebound.

homebound status is not affected by frequent absences from the home when the reason is to receive medical treatment.

the patient is allowed brief and infrequent absences from the home for non-medical reasons, such as barber/beauty shop, to attend church, etc. however, these absences should be infrequent and of short duration.

QUES : can i go to church on sunday and still be considered homebound?

ANS : es. medicare recently changed the definition of homebound to allow patients to go to church on sunday. however, you would still need to meet the above requirements for homebound status.

QUES : do i have to pay anything if i have medicare?

ANS : if you qualify for home health through medicare, you will not have to pay anything. medicare pays for the care. there is no deductible or out of pocket expense.

QUES : if i don't qualify for medicare to pay for home health, can i still have it?

ANS : yes. if your physician orders home health and you do not qualify under medicare guidelines, you may pay for the services yourself. call us for a fee schedule.

QUES : how often will you come see me?

ANS : at the time of admission to the service, an rn will assess your condition and needs and will set up a plan of care with you. the rn will discuss the frequency of visits with you and will also discuss expectations at that time.

QUES : what does home health aide do?

ANS : the primary function of a home health aide is to perform personal care, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, caring for hair, nails and oral hygiene. the aide spends anywhere from 45 minutes to 1 hour in the home. once the personal care pis complete, the aide may also perform other duties for the patient.

the aide may straighten the bedroom, clean the bathroom, change the bed linens, or fix a snack for the patient. the aide does not perform spring-cleaning, sweep and mop floors, vaccum etc. these duties are the duties of a provider, not an aide.

QUES : medicare at a glance (coverage highlights)

type of care time limits you pay medicare pays eligibility not covered
hospital inpatient including semiprivate room,meals and regular nursing services first 60 days day 61-90 first 60 days: $840 deductible days 61 - 90 balance over 65:eligible for social security under 65:certain private rooms, private nurses, doctor's visit services
lifetime reserve lifetime limit of 60 days $420 co-payment per day balance same as for hospital inpatient care same as for hospital inpatient care
skilled nursing care facilities: certified by medicare such as thi health and rehabilitation centers. frist 60 days days 21 - 100 first 20 days: nothing days 21-100 $105 per day first 20 days: 100% days 21-100 balance must be an extension of at least 3 days of hospital inpatient care and authorized by a physician same as for hospital inpatient care including personal convenience items
home health care performed by nurses, therapists and home health aides intermittent care recertified every 60 days by physician no co-payment 100% homebound authorized by your physician full-time, long term nursing care at home, drugs, meals and homemaker services
inpatient psychiatric hospital care lifetime limit of 190 days days 21 - 100 same as for hospital inpatient care balance same as for hospital inpatient care same as for hospital inpatient care
hospice care performed by nurses, therapists and home health aides unlimited 5% copay (upto $5) each prescription related to terminal illness. respite care: 5% of respite care balance certified by physician as terminally ill. treatments other than pain relief and symptom management of terminal illness

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