Maestro-Connections Health has skilled registered nurses with solid background in medical and surgical care from acute hospitals, to assist homebound patients get better post-op surgical care in the comforts of their own homes with better outcomes.
Orthopedic Recovery Nursing Program
Maestro-Connections Health provides individualized plans of care to orthopedics patients within the comfort of their own homes. The post-op patients with elective surgeries can always rely on the agency’s skilled workforce to regain their strength and functional mobility surrounded by family members at home.
Psychiatric Nursing Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, the Psychiatric Nursing Services Program is designed to provide an effective transition from in-patient care to the community with ease for patients and family members. The agency uses a multidisciplinary approach in coordinating care for the patients and family members by having psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and social workers provide services at home. All clients, regardless of color, religion, age or gender, are treated with dignity and respect. The goal is to provide a cost-effective and efficient alternative service at home after an in-patient hospitalization.
Wound Care Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, the Wound Care Program provides services at home that encompass a multidisciplinary approach involving doctors, nurses, therapists and nutritionists. To leverage success in healing wounds in the home care setting, the agency partners with some of the most respected names in the industry such as ConvaTec and KCL, to achieve better patient wound care outcomes.
Cardiac Disease Care Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, advanced care nurses and registered nurses follow patients discharged from acute hospitals who have cardiac and vascular diseases, such as myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, brain attack, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG), and chronic hypertension, and they apply recommended guidelines in the management of these cardiac diseases with good outcomes at home.
Diabetes Disease Care Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, home patients with diabetes are empowered through patient education on the application of survival techniques set by American Diabetes Association, in the self-management of diabetes at home. The implementation of this program at home minimizes the risk of diabetes patients making frequent presentations to hospital emergency rooms.
Respiratory Disease Care Program
Qualified and experienced staff at Maestro-Connections Health , teach home patients self-management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) by empowering them with information regarding disease process, pharmacologic therapy, nutrition, adequate sleep, fluid intake, and pulmonary rehabilitation.
Stroke Management Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, we are aware that patients discharged from hospitals after treatment of an acute stroke require intensive rehabilitation to help restore functional and language ability. Our multidisciplinary team of skilled nurses and physical, occupational, and speech therapists assist such patients in weight training, stretch training, and careful monitoring of medications, hypertension, hypelilipidimia, and co morbid disorders in the comfort of their own homes. The goal is to provide quality health care services at home and prevent the alternative high cost associated with re-hospitalization.
Pain Management Program
At Maestro-Connections Health, we are consciously aware that untreated or under-treated chronic pain is a quality of life issue. Our approach to chronic pain management is to be cognizant of the fact that the most accurate and reliable measure of a patient’s pain and its intensity is by the patient’s self-report. The program incorporates non-pharmacologic measures along with non-opiods, and if necessary, opiods in the management of chronic pain. Non-pharmacologic treatment plans include, assistive devices such canes, crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs; application of cold and hot packs to promote increased blood flow; socialization with our staff to divert attention from pain; exercise as tolerated to induce production of endorphins to ameliorate pain; and massage, as well as, physical and occupational therapies, as tolerated at home.