After suffering and recovering from a stroke, Harold wanted to become more independent. With the help of his care manager he has now transitioned out of a nursing home and into his own apartment. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/2sYXnSV
Learn how a sick health plan member learned to be more consistent with their medication and scheduling appointments with the help of their health plan care coordinator. The care coordinator was able to help understand the urgency to remain in compliance with her medication and treatment plan.
The member even sent the care coordinator a postcard reading, “Through all of my inconsistencies, you never turned me away when I came running back for help. You’ve impacted my life in ways you will never know, that I cannot explain. Just know I appreciate you and owe my life to you!”
Read more here: http://www.fdhc.state.fl.us/…/statewi…/MMA_Good_News_2.shtml
One health plan member, a troubled child, is now living a more stable life at home after working closely with a case manager, who recommended more intensive services that led to a significant positive change in behavior. The case manager continues to assist the mother with support, guidance and care, in order to ensure the member remains on a positive path. Read more here: http://www.fdhc.state.fl.us/…/statewi…/MMA_Good_News_1.shtml
Success Story: A health plan member, who was hospitalized and required skilled nursing care, expressed interest in living in a less restrictive setting to his case manager. Together, the member and case manager developed goals and a plan, and within a few months, the member was able to move to an assisted living facility a few miles from the beach. Today, the member enjoys shopping outings with his peers from the assisted living facility, going next door for reading materials and participating in activities in the building where he resides. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2nJQ3eY
Merle, a health plan member, who needed help managing his diabetes and weight, worked with his doctors and health plan to undergo a transformation. Now, Merle says his quality of life is “100 percent better.” Watch this short video to learn more about Merle’s transformation. http://bit.ly/2qNAbZb
Jeremy, a health plan member who was involved in a catastrophic motorcycle accident, and Amelia, Jeremy’s mother and sole caregiver, received much-needed help and care from Jeremy’s case manager, Laura. Laura’s help was invaluable to this family. Learn more in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ1CW39W6Gw&t=2s
Manuel was living in a nursing home, completely alone and isolated from his family, but with the help of his health plan, he was able to transfer back home, where his family says he is doing 100 percent better. Learn more about Manuel’s successful transition by watching the video below.
Learn how one health plan member worked with a care coach to leave a nursing home for an assisted living facility, where they now have more freedom, can participate in activities and advocate for themselves here: http://bit.ly/2oPReJ1
Audrey Brown: Long-term care key to quality of life for Florida Medicaid seniors | Read more here: http://bit.ly/2mItZRv
The first video by Florida Patients Matter features Carol, a Molina Healthcare member. Carol, after being diagnosed with stage four non-Hodgkin lymphoma, was successfully transitioned home after being in a nursing home for three and a half years. Carol, now in remission, receives in-home care and assistance with medication, setting up doctor appointments and more from her health plan. Watch the video to learn more about Carol's story.
Florida Association of Health Plans launches video series
Florida Association of Health Plans Launches ‘Florida Patients Matter’ Campaign | Read more here - http://bit.ly/2m4eX3a