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Home Response

Procare Home Response is the first company in the State of Maryland to be licensed to offer Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) services. MIH prevents unnecessary admissions and readmissions for high risk patients such as those diagnosed with Asthma, COPD, CHF, Diabetes, Pneumonia, or COVID-19. Through the use of technology Procare Home Response connects patient and physician to provide vital treatments in the home. Procare’s clinicians, available 24/7, are dispatched rapidly to the home to provide meaningful care including cardiac monitoring, chem8 laboratory results via i-STAT, administration of intravenous fluids and medications, wound care, foley cath care, breathing treatments and other treatments as directed by the hospital physician. Procare Home Response will improve our patients’ health status and experience of care in a cost-effective manner and help keep our patients out of the hospital.

Combining Telehealth with Hospital at Home


  • Patient Assessment and Vital Signs
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Care Plan Compliance
  • Insight into Lifestyle i.e. nutrition, caregivers, animals, environment
  • Fall Risk Assessment



  • Telemedicine visit with Hospital Physician
  • Medical Treatments Directed by Physician
  • 12 Lead Cardiac Monitoring
  • Blood Tests
  • i-STAT Labs
  • IV Therapies (i.e. IV Lasix, IV Antibiotics)
  • Albuterol
  • Oxygen
  • PO Medications such as Captopril,
    Prednisone, Potassium Chloride,
    and Magnesium Oxide

Face to Face Treatment


  • Communication of Hospital’s Continuity Plan
  • Chronic Disease and Self-Care Education
  • Assisting with Appointments, Prescription Delivery, Arranging X-Rays and Ultrasounds
  • Immediate Feedback to Physician and Electronic Access to Patient Chart
  • Transportation Management
  • Warm Handoff to Home Healthcare
  • Interpreter Services Available
  • QA/QI Process and Outcomes


"The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation is interested in testing new models of care that will focus on specific diseases, patient populations, and specialty practitioners in the outpatient setting to incentivize improved care, better health, and lower costs."


"There are providers who are innovating across a variety of care types and settings. They’re partnering with their local communities, collaborating with other providers, creating new pathways of care and embracing new reimbursement structures. They’re each demonstrating leadership in a unique and exciting way."