Information for Clinicians, Administrators, and Primary Care Physicians about Screening

SPC believes that our integrated Model of Care (psychotropic management and therapy) and protocols developed over the years can provide your families with a distinct advantage in day-to-day operations resulting in a higher quality of care for your residents.
The integrated Model of Care stresses regulatory compliance for long-term care facilities by addressing medical management (F-329, F-4290), assessment, and administrative tag (F-501).
Reduction in medications result in reduced falls and engage residents in more activities of daily living. This results in better participation in psychotherapy modules and behavior modification provided by higher training psychologists and therapists adhering to our protocols to further the quality of life of your clients.
When residents respond to mediation and therapy, hospitalization is therefore reduced resulting in higher occupancy for the facility.

As you are aware, the more engaged the residents, the less prone to agitation they become. This reduces stress on your caregivers and turn over. You are able to attract and retain happier staff and other clinical members of your facility. With stable occupancy and staff, it is easier to plan for staffing and scheduling. Educating physicians, family, and the general public are also part of our responsibility.

If we can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact any of us. We look forward to working with you.

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